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Gorynych - Advanced diversity for FPV ground station
Diversity "Gorynych" is the next step in FPV ground station automation. Support 1-4 videoRx, both normal and reversed RSSI in any combinations. Video and Audio channels are switched simultaneously and all data is transmitted in realtime to the ground station via UART.
This project is a low-cost FPV/Video diversity receiver and antenna tracking based on Arduino Pro mini. You can connect 2 to 4 RSSI based Videoreceivers. The antenna tracking is in development! I will keep it very simple. No GPS or any componets in the plane are used. Only RSSI values and different antennas wich are turned when one has a bad signal. All 4 values are displayed on an LCD.
Objectives: Develop a quad that will hover 2. Add support for additional sensors (pressure, GPS, collision avoidance) 3. Tweak/replace the filter and control loop until it is capable of aerobatics 4. Add completely autonomous functionality (waypoint following, etc) 5. On-screen display for FPV
Super OSD is an on screen display intended primarily for model aircraft with FPV systems. It is an open hardware project. The firmware and the hardware are both open source. In brief, an on screen display embeds telemetry information onto a video signal. Super OSD is intended to be used with FPV systems, and can display many types of data on a video signal. It works with both PAL and NTSC video signals. Originally, two projects were planned: a Lite version and a Pro version. The Lite version is
A simple open source osd for E-OSD and G-OSD. For features of cl-osd go to the Features page. Build and install cl-osd as described on CompileProgram and Programming. Before asking a question see the FAQ first. Like my work? Buy me a beer:
ArduCopter - The Full-Featured Multicopter UAV! The DIY Drones development team is proud to bring you the ultimate open source quadcopter and helicopter UAV! ArduCopter's autopilot is based on APM 2, the most sophisticated IMU-based open source autopilot on the market. It provides full UAV functionality, with scripted waypoints, Ground Station and more. See the Wiki manual linked above for full details and instructions. Sample videos: FPV flying with a hex frame: GPS position and altitude hold: