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Quote from: GertlexI'd suggest trying to move the reset button back to the edge of the board though, to make it easier to access.I didn't like it where it was on the original - hard to push with the male headers in the way.
I'd suggest trying to move the reset button back to the edge of the board though, to make it easier to access.
Well it certainly isn't going to be easy to push now.
Blue tooth is very nice.... but also hard to implement.... really....Also a need of heavier boot loader would discourage many many users....Also no LCD and such ports.... Hardest to implement and need a hell of a room...I feel JTAG, if not on board should it be very easy to connect...Basically.... only for debugging reasons I would recomment a 4 piece 7seg....I know space is very very very tight but it can be very helpful....Especially if you don't have a pc near or a connected LCD...
smash, do you mean some thing like a shield?
Have you considered replacing the ATmega640 with the ATmega32U664/128kB Flash and build in USB....Atmel even has the bootbloader ready for you in C
Not really a hardware idea but maybe instead of the typical green PCB's maybe make them red or some other cool colour.
UAV DONT TAKE MUCH PROCESSING>> are u allright..the minimum requirement for making a stable uav is around 50mhz... can manage if it is 32 mhz... its gonna do gps processing,accelerometers ,gyroscopes,object avoiding,and some other processing and that too fast...and u say it doesnt need a fast processor
the original axon is 2.542"^2 so it wont fit our current design platform, what about a crossover type board?