On Mon, 28 Feb 2011 13:53:51 -0800, Nathan Bergey <nat...@psas.pdx.edu> wrote:
> Yes, I think the main goal is to get people to think about GPS on rockets. > Even if we don't make an attempt this should be fun to watch. > > More (selfishly) importantly I've been invited on the Evadot podcast > tomorrow morning to be an "expert" pundit of sorts about the contest and > what is hard about it, what's easy, etc. > > Anyone have thoughts about it? Is it a good idea? Is it easy? How long will > it take for someone to win? Hopefully I have my facts straight about GPS > (yes I know about the ITAR or vs and in the cutoff > conditions). Anything else relevant? Why not just fly and OEM board? We've been assured by skytraq that they treat the ITAR limits as AND, not OR. So, that chip should 'just work', aside from issues of kalman filter lag. -- keith.pack...@intel.com
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