Config options for downlink to sound port

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Config options for downlink to sound port

Roman Krashanitsa

Guys, what are the <makefile> options in the airframe .xml to make it use
downlink through the sound port on the ground station?
And what are the corresponding programs/options to include into
control_panel.xml?

Thanks,
Roman




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Re: Config options for downlink to sound port

antoine.drouin
Hi Roman

you can use flyingtux as an example of avr with audio telemetry

  <makefile>

include $(PAPARAZZI_SRC)/conf/autopilot/v1_2.makefile
include $(PAPARAZZI_SRC)/conf/autopilot/twin_mcu_avr.makefile

ap.CFLAGS += -DDOWNLINK -DDOWNLINK_TRANSPORT=PprzTransport
ap.srcs += pprz_transport.c downlink.c

ap.CFLAGS += -DMODEM  -DDOWNLINK_AP_DEVICE=Modem
ap.srcs += $(SRC_ARCH)/modem_hw.c

ap.CFLAGS += -DRADIO_CONTROL_SETTINGS
ap.srcs += rc_settings.c

  </makefile>

and for ground

./sw/ground_segment/tmtc/link -audio

should do the trick

A+

Antoine

Roman Krashanitsa wrote:

> Guys, what are the <makefile> options in the airframe .xml to make it use
> downlink through the sound port on the ground station?
> And what are the corresponding programs/options to include into
> control_panel.xml?
>
> Thanks,
> Roman
>
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nisma
I make a batch of a pbc for a i2c coprocessor to be used with a gumstix or
other i2c board (fox as example).
It has adc channels, ppm input, operational amplifiers, servo outputs,
mosfet (can be used as brushed motor driver or as solid state relay)

The mcu is a 16f785 and it comes preprogrammed, a free c-compiler exist.

The idea is to use a linux embedded device for algorithm testing,
profiling and logging.

If someone is interested in this partially assembled board, then
contact me directly.

Chris
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