"The second flight (48) was for testing Will's altitude tracking controller. The first five runs were straight & level tracking. The second five runs consisted of two separate 4 second, 30 degree phi pulses (constant rate turns). The data shows that the airplane seems to be tracking altitude, however, the runs weren't long enough to be able to see if it was truly being tracked. The software used for this flight was branches/WayPointTrack/Software/FlightCode rev 852. Flight 48 was dedicated to testing Will's altitude tracking controller, as well as a low pass filter on the altitude signal (the filtered signal is stored under variable name 'aos_cmd', and an initial altitude snapshot, stored under the name 'aoa_cmd'. Thor Flight 48
Rx data: A031, L028, F003, H000"
Thor Flight 48.
Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy,
Content distributed via the University of Minnesota's Digital Conservancy may be subject to additional license and use restrictions applied by the depositor.