This announcement got lost. Oops! Tonight's software team meeting is at
Jax Bar, 826 SW 2nd Avenue, at 7pm. Josh will be presenting on how he
got the new flight computer to boot a modern version of Linux. Everyone
is welcome to join us there.
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On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 9:57 AM, Nathan Bergey nat...@psas.pdx.edu wrote:
100,000 ft is not even space, only a mere 30 km. Note the requirement of
having GPS. Something we should already know how to do.
On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 8:54 PM, I kirk...@pdx.edu wrote:
So... if this is a height competition, I would think that the sponsor would
provide the GPS... Mostly because folks like us can produce a GPS log that
clearly indicates 100,000 ft from my Liberty 4 ;) In fact, I'd bet Dave can
First off: Like last week, we're meeting in FAB 155, not the CS
lounge/fishbowl. We're going to look into reserving FAB 86-01 for
future meetings, and we'll announce tonight if that worked out.
Last week Ben and I chatted about taking an hour of the regular
meetings to explore rocket physics and,
I thought I'd try to summarize what we discussed in the session last
night. Now I'm going to call it rocket science, just to annoy Dan,
because physics wasn't broad enough. :-P But seriously, whatever we
call it, apparently we're going to continue this experiment and take
weekly meeting time to
Nathan was asking this evening what we collectively know about
computing an optimal orbital-insertion trajectory, and sharing giant
1960s papers on the subject that were written using typewriters.
(Nathan, if those papers are available publicly, could you post links
So I started trying
I've arranged a conference call with Alwyn Goodloe at NASA about work he
and his collaborators at Georgia Tech have done on applying formal
methods to control theory. Alwyn gave a talk here at Galois in December
about this work, if you'd like some background:
On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 02:31:17AM -0700, Chris Crase wrote:
Quick question Is there a common time stamp between all the
sensor data? Or does each sensor keep track of its own Hz rate and own
time stamp? Also if it is common, what is the time time stamp?
That's actually an
Over the past few meetings, Chris and I have been working on a simple
Python model of a Kalman filter. Last night, Chris got the model
extended out to three-axis position, velocity, and acceleration, and I
thought it was past time to get the code in a git repository. So:
Sarah and I are stopping by Ham Radio Outlet in an hour or so. If you
need any radio gear for the launch this weekend, call me soon at
(503) 808-0869 and we can pick it up while getting new batteries for our
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If you'd like to see what our CS capstone team has been up to for the
last two terms, you can come see the capstone final presentations next
Monday, March 18th, 7:30pm
Fourth Avenue Building room 10
1900 SW 4th Ave.
FAB 10 is a large room but it's a pretty large class, too, so we
On that note, if anyone has any software-defined radio hardware, it'd be
great if you could bring it at 6 pm tomorrow so more people can play with
SDR techniques. I'd like people to get hands-on experience at this stage.
That includes the cheap RTL-SDR USB TV tuners, any model of Ettus
We've mentioned this in the past few meetings, but in case you missed it:
we're kicking off a sensor fusion study group this week.
Like the GPS study group, we'll meet at 6pm on Tuesdays, before the regular
meeting, except not on the first Tuesday of each month since that's the
willing to listen. ;-)
On Mar 30, 2015 4:12 PM, Aaron Baker bitmapve...@gmail.com wrote:
I'm sorry to hear that, Jamey. I missed out on attending the last few
weeks due to finals and life things, but I was planning to start again this
On Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 9:06 AM Jamey Sharp
After three weeks of no attendance, I'm canceling the sensor fusion study
group. If someone else wants to volunteer to lead it, I'd be happy to
attend and contribute whatever I can.
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During the Oresat meeting today we discussed that we need a small piece of
software that we'll use during development and debugging of the cubesat.
Specifically, we need to be able to graph measurements in real time as they
flow over the CAN bus in the satellite.
You'll be perfect for
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