We'd be dangerous if we knew what we were doing, but here's the
excellent results from today's hack-a-riffic tests:


In summary: 50 - 150 microseconds from the FC to the STM32 development
boards with no optimization. Yay!

Next step: gain clues about Ethernet, UDP, etc. This probably requires
some in-depth discussions Tuesday and some workshop days in the next few
weeks. Also maybe start thinking about thread priority to get real-time
response on the FC. Then we'll move the ADIS to the STM32 dev boards,
then implement the roll control, and see where we are.

We don't have a lot of months left until launch, so we'll be pushing
this hard over the next month to knock out as much of this as we can...
demonstrating Ethernet sensors and actuators on this launch would be a
huge win.

See you Tuesday!


Andrew Greenberg

Portland State Aerospace Society (http://psas.pdx.edu/)
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