System ID flights with Thor using augmented manual inputs. The pilot was given manual control in the axis of the chirp, and was denied inputs on the remaining surfaces. A baseline controller was used to control the off-axis. The pilot was instructed to obtain a hands-off trim before injecting the automatic chirp signal. The entire team attended to get a feel for flight test operations. Austin's last flight test. Software used was trunk/Software/FlightCode rev 802. Flight 38 was dedicated to lower frequency chirps, for .1 to 5 Hz, but with larger amplitudes of 6 deg. The lower frequency range was required to avoid hitting the rate limits on the actuators. Thor Flight 38 Rx data: A036, L119, F001, H000
Thor Flight 38.
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