Jon Stockill wrote:

How much space do you actually have?

Would a nano-itx or even mini-itx board fit? With one of those you could use a USB wireless interface, giving you flexibility to position it for best signal (radome style bulge under the aircraft? :-)


Construction pictures here:

http://www.flightgear.org/~curt/Models/Current/EGN-1/Construction/

You might be able to get some sense of the size from the picts. There's more space in there than in your typical R/C trainer or sport plane, but still, it disappears really quickly as soon as you start adding anything. I'm just going to move forward slowly one step at a time and ignore most of the "bright" ideas from the mailing list. :-)

Curt.

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