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ids2001

Hi All!


this week I created a small blog about my arduino projects.
I want to share it to you.

About my actual project, FPV Antenna Tracker, I will also do here some reports, but at the moment I am a  little bit busy ;-)

Enjoy my blog :-)

BR


Dieter


http://engineeringatnight.blogspot.co.at/
http://engineeringatnight.blogspot.co.at/

Thanks for sharing!  It looks like you have some cool projects in there.  Keep it up! 
Oh, and I love your blog name by the way "Engineering at Night."  Very clever.  I think most of us can relate :)

husky

Thanks for putting your blog together and sharing your source/diagrams. Your weather station is very polished, at first glance I thought it was a commercial item until I saw the photo of the build on your workbench. I take my hat off to you, you have put in a lot of effort and it shows. Well done.

vasquo

Very nice!

I love this image. What do you call that? Chain? Belt? Where'd you get those?


pYro_65

Yeah, some nice looking stuff, I like the engine test bench. Would the scale device be sensitive enough to create some sort of altimeter?

ids2001

Hi All!

I am very happy that you like my projects which I have posted on my blog.

@vasquo: this is a drive belt . I have purchased it on www.conrad.at

@pYro_65: I dont know who you want to build with a scale device a altimeter? Maybe it will be more easier and cheaper to buy a altimeter shield?

br

dieter
http://engineeringatnight.blogspot.co.at/

ids2001

Hi All,


here a little update.
I finished today the downlink module in hard and software.....

see further details on my blog

http://engineeringatnight.blogspot.co.at/2013/02/fpv-antennatracker-downlink-modul.html
http://engineeringatnight.blogspot.co.at/2013/02/fpv-antennatracker-downlink-modul.html

br

dieter
http://engineeringatnight.blogspot.co.at/

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