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I have had this idea of converting my Suncom SFS Throttle into an F-14 or F-15 throttle quadrant for a while now. If you see I have to turn the ugly SFS into the realistic quadrant with finger lifts for fuel cutoff and max thrust, plus a flaps control lever. Ok so this is what you need to do: Flip the quadrant on its back and remove the screws in the base leaving you with: Remove and Discard the 2 PC boards, and cut the wires. Remove and Discard the Base. Now you are left will the Quadrant i ...
Well here is the other half of the roadmap! This concerns the integration between the: Flight Model Server and the NavServer. Cockpit IOP and the Flight Model Server. Cockpit IOP and ARINC-661 MFU/CDU Cockpit IOP and the EADEN Controllers EADEN to Slave CPU(s) I will describe the Throttle Quadrant, the Side-Stick, Gear Lever and Gear Lamps, and Rudder Pedals functions: Throttle Quadrant: Throttle Levers. (right and left) Throttle Gates and Finger Lifts. (right and left) The position of ...
Well, it's about time what I have been doing with the RSS. I will now describe how it works. So basically you have the NAVserver which sends multicast packets over the NAVbus (Ethernet). So the RSS after as it initializes,  it comes up on a predetermined IP address. After connecting to the network it sends a  take the packet and grab the Longitude, Latitude, Altitude (of the aircraft) and store the information which is then processed. RSS Ethernets I/O is handled by a dequeue which ...