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Old Aug 04, 2014, 06:16 AM
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Hasi,
How about posting a video to see it flying.
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Old Aug 04, 2014, 06:56 AM
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Hasi,
How about posting a video to see it flying.
Someone has already asked me this, but I don't really have a camera besides my phone and I can't fly and film the same time.
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Old Aug 04, 2014, 07:49 AM
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well, you can try this way to make a video

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Old Aug 06, 2014, 04:16 AM
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For who is interested :
For stable crisp flying with mwii brushed I used these settings.

Flying mode: ANGLE
PID rol/pitch rate= 0.8
PID YAW rate =0.4
RC rate =1.0
Expo=0.34
LEVEL P -11.
My TX dual rate =60%. except yaw rate(100%)
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Old Aug 08, 2014, 02:25 AM
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Does anyone know if FlySky's GT2B transmitter uses the same protocol as detailed in the first post?

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Old Aug 11, 2014, 12:40 PM
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Does anyone know if FlySky's GT2B transmitter uses the same protocol as detailed in the first post?

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Yes they do. I've use the 3ch receiver in a plane and 6ch in cars a few times with my PSX firmware modded GT3C and original GT3 transmitters.
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Old Aug 11, 2014, 01:01 PM
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The psx firmware, does that use a playstation controller?
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Old Aug 11, 2014, 11:36 PM
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No, a guy over at rctech dot net rewrote the firmware for the GT3B and GT3C controllers. It cures a lot of bugs and really opens up the available features. Think of it as ER9X for a car radio.
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Old Aug 11, 2014, 11:55 PM
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No, a guy over at rctech dot net rewrote the firmware for the GT3B and GT3C controllers. It cures a lot of bugs and really opens up the available features. Think of it as ER9X for a car radio.
that sound good, thanks for info
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Old Aug 16, 2014, 08:55 AM
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Greetings!
I am kinda new to RC world and amateur in electronics. So as you've already guessed, I have tons of questions :P
Won't bother you much here, since I've always wanted to learn things by my own, as much as possible. But the amount of information that I've absorbed in past 3 days is just rediculous.
For start, I would like to build Tx/Rx on my own. Starting first with small range project, just to learn basics. Then I'd like to proceed to a bigger project, Arduino controlled gimball on quadro. Yeah well quadro is still under construction and as a future mechanical engineer I have no problem in construction but electronics... that's another story :P
I've done some of small, cheap and amateur projects (like MiniSumo-Bot, GhostRider lights in car, doorbell -.-). But I would like more I believe that RC world offers endless posibilities.
So yeah enough of cheap talking and back to topic. So for the first project I'd like to built a Tx-Rx without arduino (I have tons of electric components including Ard-Uno and Ard-Nano).
Curently I am struggling to understand what is the meaning of FUSE settings in first post of Midelic?

Best of regards from Slovenia!
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Old Aug 16, 2014, 09:19 AM
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To understand fuses start with fuse calculator and the meaning of each fuse you find on the net.......Start introduce the fuses from first post in fuse calculator and see what's changing from default..There are few fuses you should consider changing fuse for setting the avr frequency ,,internal clock or external(Xtal) ,,BOD....EESAVE.......the rest should be kept as default if you don't know what they are what they do.
Warning:
changing fuses without some knowledge about them may lock your chip.However if using arduino boards wich have already bootloader in ......no need changing fuses.Their fuses are already set.
http://www.engbedded.com/fusecalc/
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Old Aug 21, 2014, 11:42 AM
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Thanks for your reply Midelic!

I've got a tiny little question. Which Tx/Rx (in combination with arduino) modules you suggest for sending data wireless?
I need a range of atleast 500 metres in open ground. Oh yeah and keep in mind that I am not a beginner in Arduino nor a pro :P

Here is the list of modules I currently think of. Feel free to add more!
Si4432
RFM22B (or any other of RFM series)
A7105
NRF24
XL7105

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Old Aug 21, 2014, 12:11 PM
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For long range is better in UHF frequency,,I think better refine your search in at least 2 parts ......2,.4GHz modules(A7105 NRF,CC2500) fair range and UHF 433 MHZ modules(SI 4432. RFM22B...) longer range for even longer range..you may also want a look here.
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2079662
I cannot advise more I'm biased to 2.4Ghz modules...
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