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Posted by RADIOLINKRC | Jul 19, 2019 @ 05:33 AM | 1,605 Views
As we all know that RadioLink product family is getting larger, sometimes we may get confused about the compatibility of different radios and receivers.

Here is a short list and hope it makes more clear.
  • R7FG -- RC4GS(After 20180101),RC6GS(3-position switch),T8FB
  • R12DS -- AT9,AT9S,AT10,AT10II
  • R12DSM -- AT9,AT9S,AT10,AT10II
  • R9DS -- AT9,AT9S,AT10,AT10II
  • R6DS -- AT9,AT9S,AT10,AT10II
  • R6DSM -- AT9,AT9S,AT10,AT10II
  • R8EF -- T8FB,RC4GS,RC6GS
  • R8FM -- T8FB,RC4GS,RC6GS
  • R6F -- RC4G,RC3S,RC4GS,T8FB,RC6GS
  • R6FG -- RC4G,RC3S,RC4GS,T8FB,RC6GS

Please be kindly noted that RadioLink receivers are not compatible with transmitters of other brands. Vice versa.
Posted by RADIOLINKRC | Jul 11, 2019 @ 02:35 AM | 1,504 Views
Basing on the APM open source, RadioLink flight controller Mini Pix is developed with software algorithm of damping vibration and the hardware redesigned to achieve “Alt-hold at super low height” and “Stable flight at super high speed” so that Mini Pix is applicable to various of models including heli/fixed wing/multirotors/cars/boats and different fields such as transportation, agriculture, etc. As more and more overseas users have positive feedback about Mini Pix, the APM team approached us and we have provided them our hardware circuit and files in June, 2017. The APM team has developed the open source firmware basing on RadioLink Mini Pix hardware for the Mini Pix users.

Links about RadioLink Engineer RadiolinkW submitting Mini Pix files
https://github.com/ArduPilot/ardupil...s_QMC5883L.cpp
https://github.com/ArduPilot/ardupil...aro_LPS2XH.cpp


To flash firmware

If the RadioLink Mini Pix is used for development, it is advised to flash the APM open source firmware version 3.6.0 or above. If used for RC fun/building models, choose RadioLink firmware version downloaded in RadioLink Mission Planner. Comparing with the open source firmware, firmware developed by RadioLink has better stability with the software filter algorithm added.


A. Flash Open Source Firmware
Click to flash the firmware in the open source Mission Planner downloaded via:
http://firmware.ardupilot.org/Tools/...ner-latest.msi
B.Flash RadioLink Firmware
Click to flash the firmware in the Mission Planner specially developed by RadioLink downloaded via:
http://www.radiolink.com.cn/firmware...ner-latest.exe


All interface protocals of RadioLink Mini Pix are the same as the open source pix. Therefore, the parameter setup and usage are same as the open source pix.


1.Instruction Manual of RadioLInk Mini Pix
http://www.radiolink.com.cn/docc/minipixdimianzhan.html

2.Documents of Open source Pix:
http://ardupilot.org/copter/index.html