By James Cotton

OsoGrande got me into brushed microquadcopters recently. Sparky2 has some buffered outputs so at first I was just slapping it on frames and jury rigging things together. Very quickly, I wanted something more elegant.

I also wanted to make it easier to use an RFM22b TauLink for control while relaying the data to android, so I made a radio link board that is designed to go into a JR socket.

Which leaves me with a pretty nice system for micro FPV flying.

For a longer writeup check out my blog post.

Source: DIY Drones

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