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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] YAPA2 setup for fixed wing

From: Rolf Noellenburg
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] YAPA2 setup for fixed wing
Date: Sat, 25 Oct 2014 09:51:36 +0200
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Hello Bob,

do you have a working setup / airframe for your hardware by now? If not: what parts of the hardware / which sensors are working and sending proper data? The answers might help us to help you.

The example aircrafts can be a big help since there are a lot of different hardware configurations covered. If you choose an aircraft which comes close to yours, chances are big that your ap can at least communicate with paparazzi if the XBees are working or you are using a FTDI and telemetry in transparent mode.

Biggest probability for helpful tips comes with most detailed information about the current status.

"Getting Started" in the Wiki is also worth to read carefully.

Best regards

Am 13.10.2014 23:45, schrieb Robert:
Hello everybody

For my first setup I chose a Yapa2 and a Drotek 10DOF MEMS breakout board,
an EagleTree airspeed sensor and a pprz GPS board (ublox 6H).
So far setting it to work was ok. A little soldering, firmware download and
a software download via USB worked out well.
Now I am rather confused about all these settings, defs and options in the
airframe file, the telemetry file, etc.

Maybe someone of you could give me a hand and help me out with a file or a
set of files that would possibly be similar to mine ?
Thanks a lot for it.
(My airframe will be a Funjet (by Multiplex) and the radio will be Multiplex
2,4GHz too, a normal RC-receiver with a PPM-frame output. Forgotten
anything? Yes, telemetry will be XBees.)

One future thing is a Umarim ap that is lying here. In the devel threads I
read about certain malfunctions maybe because of the ITG3200 onboard. Has
this been proved or has someone found a solution for it ? I couldnt find
this out.
That is why I did not choose this one for my initial setup.

Best Regards

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