@tridge i’ve installed a real airspeed but is in the flow of the propeller, I’ve no alternative to install it in another location in this glider.
So for this reason the wind estimator and the airspeed autocalibration goes crazy after the takeoff in “Manual” mode, and then the SOAR It fails to behave properly because it finds an unreal estimated wind.
So I ask you to include a change to an existing parameter in the code so we don’t have to add another, that when the throttle is at minimum position (motor off) evaluates the wind and calibrates the airspeed, but when the propulsion is active (throttle different to min position) the code doesn’t have to evaluate the wind and don’t calibrate ther airspeed if the autocalibration is enabled, so it goes virtually switch in the synthetic when the propeller work, or better simply don’t use the airspeed.
In this way both wind estimation and airspeed autocalibration may work, as they elaborate data only when the propulsion is off:
ARSPD_USE,0 (don’t use the airspeed)
ARSPD_USE,1 (use the airspeed)
ARSPD_USE,2 (use the airspeed only if the throttle is at minimum, and with throttle different to min position use always the synthetic or simply disable the aispeed use)
Here some logs of yesterday, but with the airspeed in that position I think it is useless to analyze them, so I expect the code change if possible.
This could bring benefits to all those aircraft where airspeed could be adversely affected by rotating of the propellers.