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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] control loop recovery?

From: Christoph Niemann
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] control loop recovery?
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2012 19:07:21 +0100

Hi Chris,

I can't imagine a reason, why they should go insane. The only thing
that could make problems would be the I-parts of the control loops
(but there are not many). But the main question is: Why the hell do
you want to do that? I could imagine, that building something like
that would induce more problems (like crazy control loops or more
complex wiring), than the ones induced by the AP. What happens if your
TX looses range? The AP can handle it, but what does the switch do? I
for myself never experiened an AP that hang up or just didn't work.
But I experienced cases, when the wiring wasn't well and that happens,
if it gets complex.



2012/3/10, Chris <address@hidden>:
> Hi.
> I have a question for anyone that might know anything about.
> If i connect the servos directly to a rc receiver via a multiplexer
> switch and fly the plane manually while the autopilot is active in AUTO2
> mode, when i switch the servo control back to the autopilot
> will the plane fly or the control loops will have gone insane not able
> to recover in time?
> I am trying to control the plane completely with a joystick which i have
> done it already but
> it would be nice to have an rc receiver for landing or take off just in
> case.
> Thanks
> Chris
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