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Erni

To be honest I don't know if it is a Arduino that it used in this quad-copter, but it could be


http://www.liveleak.com/ll_embed?f=3391cb20e33b




Grumpy_Mike

Ask yourself how does the radio control get inside the Farriday cage that protects it from the discharge.

That is a lesson in Physics to all people who think that screaming is perfect.

Verry impressive.

westfw

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screaming is perfect


:) :smiley-eek: :smiley-mr-green: :smiley-mr-green: :smiley-mr-green:

Jantje

@grumpy

Ask yourself how does the radio control get inside the Farriday cage that protects it from the discharge.

Now I'm asking myself how the RC signal gets inside the Farriday cage. I don't have a clue  :smiley-red:
Can you give me a hint?  XD

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Erni

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Apr 16, 2013, 02:10 pm Last Edit: Apr 16, 2013, 02:13 pm by Erni Reason: 1
My guess based on this qoute from Wikipedia

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Faraday Cage:
To a large degree, though, they shield the interior from external electromagnetic radiation if the conductor is thick enough and any holes are significantly smaller than the wavelength of the radiation


He s using a 2.4GHZ rc system. The wavelenght is 12,5 cm, so the holes are not small enough to prevent the signal to pass through

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faraday_cage

Jantje

sounds like a good explanation to me.
Thanks
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liudr

Great video! For a moment I thought the terminators were coming.

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