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Just ran into this long list of flight simulators for Linux. Among the links, I did looked at Tom’s RC site a while ago, there were a few promising simulators. Never tried any of them except FMS, though. I run … Continue reading
FS-CT6A is a popular 6-channel RC TX, and is also a fabulous device to run a flight simulator on your home computer to get you trained before flying and crashing your real model plane. Here is the recipe.
FS-CT6A is a popular 6-channel RC TX sold by a few vendors. It’s really cheap because it makes max use of an embedded processor for flexibility. Almost every feature can be programmed or changed in some way.
Designing an airplane may seem at first to be a rocket science. After some exploration and thinking, it turns out only a few rules you would have to follow. Among them, the first is the wing-loading, then the power-weight-ratio. Below … Continue reading