My bad for sure on iii). I was putting a line break on the end of each
packet so it made things more human readable for me. I've taken that out
and pushed it the the repo.

On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 5:34 PM, Nathan Bergey <> wrote:

> The good news on Tuesday is that we ran the FCF on the actual flight
> computer, and even recorded a log file!
> I finally got to sit down today and try and read the data back out and
> found this:
> I didn't see any packet headers (only message headers), but that's
> fine, I don't know where those get added, maybe only as it's dumped to
> WiFi.
> Problems:
> 1.) The data all looked little-endian and I think we decided that
> packets should be converted to network (big) endian before being sent.
> So presumably we should log them this way too.
> B.) The 6 byte time stamps were always all zeros.
> iii.) The packet lengths seemed to all be exactly 1 byte longer than
> they should be. For instance the MPL header looked like 'MPL3', 6 byte
> timetamps (0's), 2 byte length (8), and then *9* bytes of data. It's
> looked the same for the others as far as I could tell.
> So, it's close to a valid logfile. Clearly there is some data there
> but I can't quite read it with the tools we wrote because of above
> issues. Can someone double check the message making code on the FC and
> see if what I think the log file looks like makes sense with what was
> written?
> -Nathan
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