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I would probably suggest getting a kit and going from there. Something like the HobbyPower F550 that comes with a PixHawk. Another option would be to get a kit and use the BeagleBone Blue which is designed for robotics tinkering. As seen in the comments there are several open source codebases such as Ardupilot and PX4. MavLink is also open source so you can ...


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As it transitions back from yawing one set of propellers are losing momentum while the other set of propellers are gaining until the momentum are both equal. The one losing are the propellers that generated the yaw condition in the first place and the propellers gaining are the ones that lost momentum during the yaw. When the yaw stops is when the pairs ...


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As @Robin Bennett has suggested in a comment, your best bet would be to contact the manufacturer to be certain. However, the following are some things that need to be correct for the battery to be compatible and safe to use: Dimensions - check these exactly as there might be small changes (grooves, protrusions) to prevent an incompatible battery from ...


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