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Thread: Sbus on ezuhf 500mw tx?

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    Hi rdww60,

    I saw your post in gibhub thread(below) that you got sbus working with the Opentx 2.2.1(below), provided by schwabe. Can you please share what other settings you had, especially the RF Channel count and the Frequency Band? And, How did you setup the 'servo mapping'? Any changes from 'PPM muxed' setting you previously had? Do you have RSSI(or Link Quality) set up with success?

    Thank you in advance for sharing your long and valuable experience. I am happy I am also getting there.

    github: https://github.com/opentx/opentx/issues/5204
    opentx 2.2.1: http://plai.de/.tmp/2017-09-13-x9d+-125kn2.bin

    My setup is Taranis X9D+(2.2.1 now), Naze32 (serial on UART 2), Ezuhf JR(1.53 race), Ezuhf 8ch Lite(1.53 race, non inverted, non UK). So far I was only able to got them bind under RF channel set at 5ch, yet still no signal being detected by FC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImmersionRC Support View Post
    There is no upgrade planned at this time.
    Kindly, could you explain why?
    Did anything change perhaps since your September 2016 response?

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    EzUHF sees no active development as it has been introduced almost a decade ago and we’ve practically run out of resources on the microcontroller used, this means it will soon be archived and not see active development from our side anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssassen View Post
    EzUHF sees no active development as it has been introduced almost a decade ago and we’ve practically run out of resources on the microcontroller used, this means it will soon be archived and not see active development from our side anymore.
    I appreciate your quick response. Sad to hear but understandable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssassen View Post
    EzUHF sees no active development as it has been introduced almost a decade ago and we’ve practically run out of resources on the microcontroller used, this means it will soon be archived and not see active development from our side anymore.
    Hi Sander,

    Two questions:

    1. Will the code be released to the public as was hinted on the Facebook group post?

    2. Is Immersion working on a replacement LRS also as was possibly hinted at in a TBS photo on Facebook?

    Thanks!

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    Yes and yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssassen View Post
    Yes and yes.
    Hurry up!


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