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  • atomiclama: steveo You can just plug a GPS puck into the FC and get the OSB to display the coords, record the VTX and when things go tits up you have the last known posistion. Whislt not accurate it is a good starting point. Or get the coords sent back by telemetry to you TX which will be more accurate as long as power is maintained to the quad and it is range with the TX. Just some thoughts.
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  • steveo9007: ok thanks shaw
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  • shawdreamer: meanwhile the 433mhz telem option I mentioned gives you live fixes in realtime and not "delayed texts"..... plus it doesnt cost you credit everytime you request a gps fix (btw the tags sim card also needs to have credit on it :laugh:)
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  • shawdreamer: and yes that does actually work..... I tried it for a laugh a couple of years ago ::)
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  • shawdreamer: the tags do as you say use satellites to get positional fixes but they dont immediately report those fixes to an App, each tag requires a Sim card (same as your phone) which is used to "text" you the tags position..... in other words you could get the exact same effect by strapping a old smartphone to your frame with the google "where is my device" app installed
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  • shawdreamer: plus, alot of the lower end trackers struggle with GPRS and often rely heavily on GSM data instead which is just not worth a sh1te when it comes to pinpointing a downed frame
    December 02, 2018, 16:23:30
  • shawdreamer: most readily available gps trackers are not really suitable for anything smaller than a 400 sized frame as the units themselves are often too bulky for anything smaller and larger frames often already have their own gps setups that can simply be outfitted with a 433mhz telem tx that would report live and accurate info direct to a ground station so there'd be no point in a sms type tracker
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Offline CornishMule

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Slated - How to break a Chameleon
« on: December 01, 2018, 07:34:54 »
Here's my second instalment from the recent roadtrip to Wales.

Sorry for the jello / vibrations, I'd had a few crashes by now and something wasn't sitting quite right, but it was about to get a whole lot worse ....

Hope you enjoy


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Re: Slated - How to break a Chameleon
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2018, 17:01:00 »
Here's my second instalment from the recent roadtrip to Wales.

Sorry for the jello / vibrations, I'd had a few crashes by now and something wasn't sitting quite right, but it was about to get a whole lot worse ....

Hope you enjoy


Great flying mate. Best video to date!

Some commitment on that final run through the gap! If you had better motors you'd have made it!

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Re: Slated - How to break a Chameleon
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2018, 17:28:19 »
Great flying mate. Best video to date!

Some commitment on that final run through the gap! If you had better motors you'd have made it!

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Agree on both comments ;)