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The Raspberry Pi has two rows of GPIO pins, which are connections between the Raspberry Pi, and the real world. In this article, I will tell you everything you need to know about the Raspberry Pi 4 GPIO.. As you know the Raspberry Pi organiz
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In this tutorial, we will be looking on final connections to be made to make your quadcopter flying ready.   Step 1 - Solder the Input Power Cable and ESC's power cable- First of all start by soldering the esc's and the battery conne
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Previous year the Wi-Fi Alliance announced the new generation of Wi-Fi that is the Wi-Fi 6 or Wi-Fi 802.11ax by looking at the increasing number of device connectivity on Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi 6 brings in various major improvements from the previous Wi-Fi 8
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Hope that you should have gone through the initial raspberry pi setup as given in our previous tutorials : - ) Raspberry Pi 3 B+ have a total of 40 GPIO pins Above image properly mentions pin configuration of the Raspberry Pi 3 B+, now expla
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In this tutorial we will be Designing a Graphical panel through which we will be able to control all the 21 GPIO's of Raspberry Pi as an Input or Output Pin. Credits for the program - scotty3785, Original code link - click here Step 1 - Program
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In this tutorial, we will be using - APM 2.8 flight controller - see here FlySky FS-i6 2.4G 6CH PPM RC Transmitter With FS-iA6B Receiver - see here Q450 Quadcopter Frame – PCB Version Frame Kit with Integrated PCB - see here 2212 920K
Connecting ESC to drone motors
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    Firstly we will be Connecting motors to ESC's and will then Calibrate - Connecting Motors to ESC -  As we know, in quadcopter, 2 motors rotate in CW direction and 2 motors rotate in CCW direction. Refer the image below
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1.0 Introduction A typical rotary incremental encoder consists of a light-emitting diode (LED), a disk, and a light detector on the opposite side of the disk (see next figure). The disk, which is mounted on the rotating shaft, has patterns of opaque
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In this tutorial we will be Using Ultrasonic Sensor (SR-04) with Raspberry Pi - Step 1 - Connections - Here we will be using GPIO24 as Trigger pin and GPIO25 as Echo pin. For this, connections will be as shown - We have to con

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