Hello I was wondering if there is a stripped down C library that will allow me to talk to the 3DR telemetry radio with out one of the devices being connected to APM or pixhawk?
I’ve been able to use the HAYES AT modem commands to talk to both the USB and UART telemetry sticks to read the info from the “modem”.
SiK 1.9 on HM-TRP
If I set SD4: to mavlink = 0
will it just allow me to use the telemetry stick like it’s a normal uart and ignore the mavlink data structure?
Is there a basic APM/Pixhawk handshake that needs to be emulated to get the thing to send mavlink formated packets? Or will it automatically send mavlink formatted packets?
All I want to do is send still images and telemetry to a base station. I got a really god deal on a Matrice 100. Unfortunately they don’t seem to want you to be able to utilize their UDP video packet bandwidth for anything. They have an onboard Uart but it will only allow 8kbs data rates to a base station hooked to the receiver via usb. Obviously that is unacceptable.
I was thinking since I need to read data from the DJI N1 flight controller and send and receive data from the 3dr telemetry stick, that I could use a psoc 5lp mico controller for data arbitration between the DJI, 3DR and a raspberry pi zero which will be grabbing images from a flir lepton thermal camera.
Anybody here have any idea if there’s a quick dirty route to using these 3dr telemetry radios???