- Futaba FX-22 w/R7008SB Receiver 14-channel
- Utilizarea UAV în teatrele de operaţii în condiţiile spaţiului
- Hobbico Brands
- RCSD-2008-04 - RC Soaring Dest
Futaba FX-22 w/R7008SB Receiver 14-channel
I don't think it's worth doing just to get a hovercraft - if you want propulsion and steering with a pair of fans just use a proprietary V-tail mixer and speed controllers that reverse (ie, the electronics that I had in the Mark 1). Firstly, I preferred the use of fairly small diameter thrust fans (as on Mk 1 and Mk 2A hovercraft).
Utilizarea UAV în teatrele de operaţii în condiţiile spaţiului
This steering is easily achieved in radio control by means of a v-tail or delta mixer.
That is, you can turn rht by generating more thrust on the left side, much like a tank or bulldozer steers by driving one track faster then the other.
RCSD-2008-04 - RC Soaring Dest
In order to control the fans and thrust reversers of the Mark 2B, I have built and programmed an on-board mixer for the radio control, using a microcontroller programmed in assembly.
Futaba r136f receiver manual:
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