I'm looking into building my own quadcopter using the Seeeduino as a development platform. So far, all has been well but now i'm starting to run out of info and so I turn to the forums.
I've seen other threads which mention interfacing with transmitters and was just wondering if there are any implications over choosing my hardware.
The digital transmitter i'm looking into is fairly cheap and provides 6 channels which should be ample for my needs. What i'm more worried about is whether this will have different outputs to other more popular branded hardware?
Most of the threads i've seen use Futaba transmitters or other more expensive models. I can only assume that the outputs from each of these is the same in that every receiver will output the same PWM regardless of the make/model?
Other threads seem to implement the use of an oscilioscope but I don't have one of these, or even access to one. I'm thinking that perhaps I can save some time and effort by discerning the differences between different hardware as perhaps I can use code from an existing project rather than having to monitor the outputs myself and roll my own implementation?
I'm interested to get started but am struggling to find helpful information at the moment. If anyone can shed any light on this for me, it would be greatly appreciated.