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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Java UAV controllerboard specifications

From: Steven Beeckman
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Java UAV controllerboard specifications
Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2004 13:25:26 +0200
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Yes I know this is possible with the Paparazzi-project. I just wanted to
know what I need for input and output on my java-controlboard. Apparantly:
* 2 or 3 analog inputs for the infrared-sensors (one for pitch-angle,
one for roll-angle, one for yaw-angle?)
* serial port for GPS
* 5 digital output lines (4 servos - without rudder control - and one
for the electromotor?) [I actually think that the electromotor needs an
analog output]
* networking with groundstation: this can be done with an RF
transmitter, but I'm actually thinking about a WLAN connection (but I
have yet to search the net for a small WLAN-chip).

So if you have any tips or remarks, please let me know.



Citeren Jean-Pierre DUMONT <address@hidden>:

> Hi Steven,
> In this project there is all you need to make an UAV with these type
> of sensors !
> The control board can communicate with your java machine via a serial
> port for example. But inside the controlboard the code have to be in
> C and asm.
> The control board can sample 8 analog signal (2 or 3 for the
> differencial infrared sensors), control 10 servos (numerical output
> from microcontroller), and have some interrupt lines (numerical
> imput) availables.
> If you don't want program in C or ASM, I hope there is some CAN and
> some numerical input and output availables on your java board ;-)
> Regards,
> Jean-Pierre

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