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4 Posts authored by: ipv1 Top Member
Prelude The road more travelled 1. ArduPilot 2. DJI NAZA 3. OpenPilot CC3D 4. NAZE32 5. KK2.1 6. KKMulticontroller 7. MultiWii About a RC Transmitter and receiver Using the CC3D Calibration of the CC3D and testing Calibrating the Remote Taking Flight Conclusion   Prelude I started a series of posts on how to build a Quadcopter from scratch and in the previous posts, I had explained the basic hardware build. I built up the wooden fr ...
Links to Previous Posts Prelude The Motion of the Quadcopter Reverse Engineering the Brain! Reference Systems reverse engineered A bit of math 1. Euler Angles: 2. Orientation vector 3. Orientation Matrix 3. Quaternions or Versors The AHRS what? It's time! The Freedom to do Conclusion Links to Previous Posts [Building a quadcopter] [Part 1] [Building a Quadcopter] [Part 2]   Prelude  I started to build a quadcopter from scratch a ...
Prelude The previous post is at: [Building a quadcopter] [Part 1]   In the last post, I started by linking to the various resources and buying the basics and then testing the 'air' by getting the motors to run. In this post I will share my experience in building my own frame.   The frame  Since the BLDCs and ESC are OK tested at this point, I wanted to start with the frame. A look online and those carbon fibre frames are beautiful. Unfortunately, they are also very expensive an ...
Prelude  Ever since I saw the quadcopter for the first time, I wanted to have mine. Unfortunately, I am financially err... 'less apt' to actually buy one and imports cost an arm and a leg. Hence i set out to build my own by either buying parts from the cheapest resource or extarcting from scrap what I could. I also blog about this stuff independently at http://embeddedcode.wordpress.com and you are welcome to check that out as well. This post is the first in a series where I will document t ...

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