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authorJamey Sharp <jamey@minilop.net>2007-08-06 00:28:36 (GMT)
committer Jamey Sharp <jamey@minilop.net>2007-08-06 00:28:36 (GMT)
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Move historical events and meetings to a news/YYYY-MM-DD hierarchy.
Josh and I hand-constructed a map from old names to dates that looked like this: 2001-12-11.mdwn MeetingNotes11Dec01.mdwn general 2001-12-16.mdwn WorkshopNotes16Dec01.mdwn avionics software logistics 2002-09-22.mdwn BlackRockSept2002.mdwn event 2002-09-22/data.mdwn BlackRockSept2002Data.mdwn 2002-09-22/logistics.mdwn BlackRockLaunch20Sep2002.mdwn 2002-09-22/logistics/detail.mdwn DetailListBlackRock2002.mdwn 2002-09-22/logistics/people.mdwn LogisticsFor.mdwn Then I moved everything and added the tags this way: while read new old tags do ../iki-mv $old news/$new test -n "$tags" && (echo; echo "[[tag $tags]]") >> news/$new done < ../meetings iki-mv: #!/bin/sh set -e old=$1 new=$2 oldext=`echo $old | sed 's/.*\././'` newext=`echo $new | sed 's/.*\././'` oldbase=`echo $old | sed 's/\(.*\)\..*/\1/'` newbase=`echo $new | sed 's/\(.*\)\..*/\1/'` mkdir -p `dirname $new` git-mv $old $new test -e $oldbase && git-mv $oldbase $newbase find -iname '*.mdwn' -o -iname '*.html' -o -iname '*.htm' | xargs perl -pi -e 's!\b\Q'$oldbase'\E\b!'$newbase'!go'
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-# Test of the Nose Separation Ring (NSR)
-
-From an email by Dan:
-
- I machined a prototype of the Nose Separation Ring (NSR) to test the performance of the design. It was a stunning success, even if I do say so myself. I have attached a few photos of the ring before and after ignition, which I will bring with me to the next meeting.
-
- I think the next step is to machine parts to actual dimensions and test the joint for tensile strength, shear strength, single and double ignitor failure, and finally high altitude separation tests.
-
-Please see [http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/airframe/20070204\_nose\_separation\_ring\_test/](http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/airframe/20070204_nose_separation_ring_test/) for pictures and movie of the test.
-
-Go Dan go!
diff --git a/AirframeMeeting02082006.mdwn b/AirframeMeeting02082006.mdwn
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-# Airframe Meeting February 8th, 2006
-
-We all met at the general meeting and discussed things. We will:
-
-- Meet this Saturday 2/11 at 2pm at Gordon's shop to take a gander at what he his in his shop
-- Have the first big airframe team meeeting February 22nd, 2006
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@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-# Dan Tests the Nose Separation Ring Again
-
-Another test of the NSR. In Dan's words, "This test was performed to evaluate the separation of a ring using only one igniter.".
-
-See [http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/airframe/20070401\_nose\_separation\_ring\_test/](http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/airframe/20070401_nose_separation_ring_test/) for photos and a movie.
diff --git a/AirframeTeamHome.mdwn b/AirframeTeamHome.mdwn
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@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
[[LV2c Conceptual Design|LV2b_Conceptual_Design]] _(Updated 8/19/06)_
-**Project:** We're currently designing the LV2c airframe after our [[August 2005 successful-but-fatal launch|BrothersOregon08202005]].
+**Project:** We're currently designing the LV2c airframe after our [[August 2005 successful-but-fatal launch|news/2005-08-20]].
**Meetings:** The airframe team meets on a roughly bi-weekly basis. See the 'Airframe' section on the [[PSAS schedule page|Schedule]] for upcoming meetings.
@@ -52,7 +52,7 @@
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[AirframeMeeting04012007]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2007-04-01]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Dan prototypes the new recovery system, again.</p>
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
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<td>
- <p>[[AirframeMeeting02042007]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2007-02-04]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Dan prototypes the new recovery system.</p>
@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@
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<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[AirframeMeeting02082006]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-02-08-airframe]]</p>
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<td>
<p>Airframe meeting at the General Meeting.</p>
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-## <a name="August 1st, 2002 Anouncement"></a> August 1st, 2002 Anouncement
-
-----
-
-The PSAS has officially scrubbed (canceled) the August 3-4, 2002 launch in Brothers, Oregon due to fire danger.
-
-Despite planning on taking precautions (such as reducing launch team to a skeleton, having a 200gal water pump trailer, etc), we feel that the fire risk is just too great.
-
-As discussed earlier, this means the next launch will be September 20-22, 2002 in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada at "BALLS 2002".
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--- a/AntennaConstructionLV2.mdwn
+++ b/AntennaConstructionLV2.mdwn
@@ -31,8 +31,8 @@ Interesting: variable dielectrics: <http://wwwnew.towson.edu/mesrp/TheResearch20
What is the dielectric constant of "plumber's foam", a 2lb density polyurethane foam?
-- Here's some tests we did on [Tap Plastic's](http://www.tapplastics.com) X-30 expanding polyurethane (EPU) foam on [[Thursday July 31st 2003|FoamTest31July2003]].
-- Here's a mock up test of the CPA using 0.005" PCB and 0.01" Copper: [[Friday August 16th 2003|FoamTest16Aug2003]].
+- Here's some tests we did on [Tap Plastic's](http://www.tapplastics.com) X-30 expanding polyurethane (EPU) foam on [[Thursday July 31st 2003|news/2003-07-31]].
+- Here's a mock up test of the CPA using 0.005" PCB and 0.01" Copper: [[Friday August 16th 2003|news/2003-08-16]].
## <a name="Construction Process #3: Use oth"></a> Construction Process #3: Use other people's rolled air.
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@@ -12,9 +12,9 @@ Here's the construction notes: [[CpaConstructionv3]]
## <a name="v2 CPA Design"></a> v2 CPA Design
-So far it's been going moderately well. We fabricated cylindrical antennas using foamed polyethylene dielectric. However the frequencies were [[not exactly as predicted|CommWorkshop10Oct2003]]. We want better than 1% accuracy in frequency (10MHz out of 1GHz), but we are getter closer to -5% accuracy.
+So far it's been going moderately well. We fabricated cylindrical antennas using foamed polyethylene dielectric. However the frequencies were [[not exactly as predicted|news/2003-10-10]]. We want better than 1% accuracy in frequency (10MHz out of 1GHz), but we are getter closer to -5% accuracy.
-To better understand the problem we [[fabricated|CommWorkshopMorning10Nov2003]] and [[trimmed|CommWorkshop20Oct2003]] flat patch antennas similar to the cylindrical models.
+To better understand the problem we [[fabricated|news/2003-11-10-comm-morning]] and [[trimmed|news/2003-10-20]] flat patch antennas similar to the cylindrical models.
The major source of error has been determined to be improper calculation of the resonant patch length. This has been corrected, but inverting the current antenna model to derive the dielectric constant of the foamed polyethylene gives inconsistent results.
@@ -393,7 +393,7 @@ This represents all our test data so far.<br /> Note that "-" indicates the data
**_Previous Work_**
-The preliminary design is based on guidance from <cite>Antenna Engineering Handbook</cite>, Microstrip Patch Antennas. Our design notes are attached as sheets [[cpa_1|AntennaDesignLV2/cpa_1.png]] and [[cpa_2|AntennaDesignLV2/cpa_2.png]] below. These ideas have been captured in a spreadsheet [[cpa_calculator_6.xls]] attached to the [[CommWorkshop11Sep2003]] page.
+The preliminary design is based on guidance from <cite>Antenna Engineering Handbook</cite>, Microstrip Patch Antennas. Our design notes are attached as sheets [[cpa_1|AntennaDesignLV2/cpa_1.png]] and [[cpa_2|AntennaDesignLV2/cpa_2.png]] below. These ideas have been captured in a spreadsheet [[cpa_calculator_6.xls]] attached to the [[news/2003-09-11]] page.
We hope to be able to simulate our antenna designs in order to transition from a theoretical design, to actual real-world performance with a minimum of cut-and-try.
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-# <a name="Meeting Minutes -- Avionics Team"></a> Meeting Minutes -- Avionics Team 27 June 2001
-
-**Topic:** Radio
-
-**Guest speaker:** Prof. Jim Binkley, PSU
-
-**Attendees:** [[JameySharp]], Andrew, Glen, [[JamesPerkins]], Richard, [[LarryLeach]], and a couple more whose names I did not get.
-
-**Notes:**
-
-- James introduced Richard, BS Physics guy
-- Andrew gave his "two minute introduction" which was more like 30 minutes... but it covered a lot of ground, especially regarding radio gear and antennas.
-- Goal of LV2 radio is to go faster than 19.2kbps (spec: 100kbps), and bidirectional (uplink &amp; downlink); uplink can be slower.
-- Glen is the radio guy
-- Richard, it turns out, has some familiarity with antennas, too.
-
-- Previous design had a 900 Mhz and a 144 Mhz link.
-- Telemetry data was modulated and put in the Television audio channel
-- Donut baluns?
-- Turnstile reflector on ground.
-- Vertical polarization prelaunch, circular polarization overhead.
-- LV2 will go Mach 3, 14g maximum accel, -10 maximum decel.
-- LV2 will use AMD Elan SC520 (586), has 128M SDRAM, CAN bus
-
-- Radio card may be a PC\*MIP 802.11 card (one is due out in a month or so), or maybe on ISA-like Internal General Purpose Bus.
-- Jim says the Lucent (Orinoco) cards are the most familiar to him, and sport a plug-in antenna override.
-- 802.11 sounds cheap. Note it is near the sub-2.4 Ghz ham band... perhaps a modest freq. shift and we could amplify the signal for the onboard radio.
-- Jim says if we use std. cards either we need a better antenna, or more power. More power necessitates moving to the ham band.
-
-- Jim describes 802.11 in some detail, including:
- - IBSS mode, where all traffic goes through an Access Point
- - ad hoc mode, where any station can talk to any other
- - maximum rate is 6 Mbps UDP, 5 Mbps UDP either way
- - there are beacons being sent at a rate of 10 Hz -- this is probably adjustable -- the beacons are how cards find each other.
- - Some access points handle roaming, but it's different from brand to brand.
- - RTS/CTS mode adds more packet overhead (3 more packets per data packet)
- - Access Points have a power saving feature where the RX shuts down periodically -- seems to use scheduling of next transmission. This seems to be a waste of bandwidth.
- - some of the early ad-hoc designs simple stick an ethernet chip on the back end.
- - Access points have a 2-3 Mbps slideoff
- - at its best, 802.11 will gert ~5Mbps. It is CSMA/CA -- no way to do CD on radio!
- - tool for throughput testing: ttcp (test tcp) -- test bandiwdth.
- - if two systems are talking, bandwidth is haved to 2.5Mbps
- - BAWUG is the Bay Area Wireless User's Group -- folks trying to do massive home-to-home networking to circumvent the high cost of T1s. These people may have antenna geeks that are a resource for us.
- - Lucent Access Point can add a "network id" code to each packet, to ignore packets on "other" networks. There's also an "any" code, which has been exploited by people driving through corporate parks and surfing on the open networks.
- - Cost of PC cards are around $125. Other formats are ISA and PCI cards.
- - On ISA you can set up a PC to run as an IBSS/Adhoc - instant router
- - Lucent and Aironet look the most interesting. Note a big reason for this is open source support.
- - Could use a Yagi antenna. Jim has gotten data without loss from 271/26 interchange to North Plains (~10 miles) using a Yagi on the base station, and the laptop in a car. Summer weather.
- - 915 Mhz has been bounced off of billboards on top of a hill to get around line-of-sight restrictions.
- - It's hopeful to use an approach to track the rocket, note this requires using an omni antenna onboard.
-
-- A ground antenna that tracks the rocket?
- - Place antenna below rocket, so that steering at launch is minimal
- - Place antenna a couple miles off, so that steering at launch is slow
-
-- Discussion of planar vs. cylindrical/helical patch antenna ensues. I am not worthy to understand.
-- Could use GPS telemetry from rocket to point ground antenna
-- commercial offering promises 10-20 miles using a dish on each end.
-- Larry wrote the ARRL regarding a power variance.
-- Jim says 1 Mbit is a resonable expectation for the lowest speed we'll get if the radios can talk.
-- "part 15" connectors on boards are not possible to acquire.
-- The 915 ham band is right next to the cell band, so it's easy to shift freq to the band and amplify like crazy.
-- Jim has two 2.4 Ghz dishes, and will let us borrow them. He wants to see how they test out at a distance. We need to acquire pigtails for them, however.
-- The power budget may be a harder problem than the antenna-pointing problem.
-- Do the cards have an RSSI?
-- could use triangulation for recovery
-- Jim will come talk to us again about drivers
-- James will do a presentation on TWiki (maybe next meeting?) -- need a phone line to connect to the web.
-- next meeting all team meeting July 10th 7pm PCAT 103
-- Need to talk to BAWUG
-- Roster should go up on TWiki
-- Can runs at ~500kbps (need at least 200kbps)
-- Decision to use Eagle cadsoft.de -- free for educational use
-
--- [[JamesPerkins]] - 28 Jun 2001 <br />
diff --git a/AvionicsLv2.mdwn b/AvionicsLv2.mdwn
index df9a9e3..d39fd68 100644
--- a/AvionicsLv2.mdwn
+++ b/AvionicsLv2.mdwn
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
### <a name="LV2 Avionics System Hardware"></a> LV2 Avionics System Hardware
- [[FlightComputer]]: An x86 running Linux 2.4.18, the FC is the core of the avionics system.
- - Because of a [[grant|News05Jan2005]] we received, we're re-opening the flight computer search: [[LvTwoFlightComputerSearch]]
+ - Because of a [[grant|news/2005-01-05]] we received, we're re-opening the flight computer search: [[LvTwoFlightComputerSearch]]
- CAN nodes: The avionics system uses the Controller Area Network (CAN) bus, a 1 Mbps serial multi-master bus, to communicate between the FC and the various nodes. Roughly, each sensor and actuator gets it's own CAN node:
- [[Generic PIC/SPS front end|CanNodes]]: the generic PIC, SPS, CAN and ICD2 front end for all nodes
@@ -69,15 +69,15 @@
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsTeamMeeting20050818]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2005-08-18]]</td>
<td> Packing up over four years worth of work: Avionics System is ready to go! </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsTeamMeeting09Jun2004]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2004-06-09-avionics]]</td>
<td> APS (Avionics Power System) design: Li Ion battery charger choice </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsTeamMeeting30May2004]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2004-05-30]]</td>
<td> Critical path scheduling and APS </td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -88,43 +88,43 @@
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMeetingNotes30Dec2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-12-30]]</td>
<td> Magnetometers. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMeetingNotes13Oct2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-10-13]]</td>
<td> Power measurements on each component of the avionics system. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[JointMeetingNotes07Oct2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-10-07]]</td>
<td> What&#39;s next, timelines, task lists </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[JointMeetingNotes26Aug2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-08-26]]</td>
<td> To do list, what&#39;s critical </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[JointMeetingNotes22Jul2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-07-22]]</td>
<td> Non-PDX tasks, Protocols, LTC, Rocketview API, Routers </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[JointMeeting24Jun2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-06-24]]</td>
<td> Things to do by August 22nd; Try #6 on Flight Computer State Machine </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMeeting10Jun2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-06-10]]</td>
<td> CPA propagation tests at xerox; APS lives! </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMeeting11Mar2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-03-11]]</td>
<td> Recovery node design review. Files attached. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[Meeting28Jan2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-01-28]]</td>
<td> Workshop on EAGLE PCB CAD tool. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[Meeting07Jan2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-01-07]]</td>
<td> 5/4/2003 is freeze and launch call. 1/26 kickoff meeting scheduled. </td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -135,149 +135,149 @@
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes17Nov02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-11-17]]</td>
<td> James brain dumps FC infrastructure. FC network setup info. First hack at the whole PSAS 802.11b network architecture. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes01Oct02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-10-01]]</td>
<td> Lecture on the Linux kernel. Beer. Make CAN nodes more hardware like. Create a software team. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[BlackRockSept2002]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-09-22]]</td>
<th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> Launch of LV2! </strong></th>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes19Sep02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-09-19]]</td>
<td> Tuning 1.3GHz and 2.4GHz helical antennas @ the PSU microwave lab. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes10Sep02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-09-10]]</td>
<td> Hardware work @ Andrew&#39;s. Software @ FAB CS lounge: telemetry client works. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes08Sep02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-09-08]]</td>
<td> ATV distro board and [[PicCore]] @ Andrew&#39;s. Software @ FAB CS lounge. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes27Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-27]]</td>
<td> GPS CAN node done. Clementine determined to be broken. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes25Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-25]]</td>
<td> ATV hardware &amp;amp; distro board designed. Jupiter boards programmed. Ate pizza. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes20Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-20]]</td>
<td>[[PicCore]] lecture. James starts hacking FC software together. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes18Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-18]]</td>
<td> Larry goes it alone working on 2m radio interface. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes13Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-13]]</td>
<td> Overview of what needs to be done. James&#39; notes on FC update. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetinNotes11Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-11]]</td>
<td> Paul and Andrew discuss GPS node processing. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes06Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-06]]</td>
<td> ATV and FC node work. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes21Jul02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-07-21]]</td>
<td> More [[AvionicsToDoList]]. Got LV1b 2m receiver to work, and tested it. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes07Jul02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-07-07]]</td>
<td> Getting CAN nodes working w/[[PicCore]]. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes25Jun02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-06-25]]</td>
<td> Paul and Nate&#39;s CAN node dev system finally up and running. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes18Jun02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-06-18]]</td>
<td> Project timeline until the schedule 8/3 launch. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes28May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-28]]</td>
<td> James hacks away on FC, Andrew on the beginnings of [[PicCore]]. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes26May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-26]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes21May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-21]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes14May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-14]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes10May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-10]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes07May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-07]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes28Apr02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-04-28]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes14Apr02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-04-14]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes10Apr02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-04-10]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes07Apr02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-04-07]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes10Mar02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-03-10]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes03Mar02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-03-03]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes27Feb02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-02-27]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes06Feb02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-02-06]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes23Jan02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-01-23]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes09Jan02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-01-09]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
@@ -289,94 +289,94 @@
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[WorkshopNotes16Dec01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-12-16]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes11Dec01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-12-11]]</td>
<td> Twiki lesson, planning for next launch. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes04Dec01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-12-04]]</td>
<td> OGI Lecture: Intro to Extreme Programming (XP) </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes13Nov01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-11-13]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes25Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-25]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes20Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-20]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[WorkshopNotes15Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-15]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes12Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-12]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes09Oct01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-10-09]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes04Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-04]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes29Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-29]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes22Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-22]]</td>
<td> Flight computer (MOPS520) boots off floppy! </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes21Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-21]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes15Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-15]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes7Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-07]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes2Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-02]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes25jul01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-07-25]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes17Jul01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-07-17]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[Avionics27Jun01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-06-27]]</td>
<td> Meeting with Jim Binkly of PSU CS on 802.11b. </td>
</tr>
</table>
diff --git a/AvionicsMeeting10Jun2003.mdwn b/AvionicsMeeting10Jun2003.mdwn
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@@ -1,11 +0,0 @@
-# <a name="Meeting Notes 06/10/2003"></a> Meeting Notes 06/10/2003
-
-## <a name="From Xerox"></a> From Xerox
-
-Tom arranged for Dave, Glenn and Andrew to use Xerox's semi-anechoic chamber for antenna testing. Dave Crawford, who runs the RF lab there, kindly let us use the lab for a few hours and helped us take measurements of both the cylindrical patch antennas and the slot antennas.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[img AvionicsMeeting10Jun2003/dave_antenna_an_anechoic_chamber.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img AvionicsMeeting10Jun2003/dave_and_dave.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img AvionicsMeeting10Jun2003/running_tests.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
-</div>
-
-Unfortanately, the data we took during these tests turned out to be invalid because of too much attenuation in the measurement lines and network analyzer.
diff --git a/AvionicsMeeting11Mar2003.mdwn b/AvionicsMeeting11Mar2003.mdwn
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@@ -1,49 +0,0 @@
-# <a name="Avionics Meeting 03/11/2003"></a> Avionics Meeting 03/11/2003
-
-Today's meeting was a design review of the [[LV2 Recovery Node|RecoveryNodeLV2]], the CAN node which fires the pyrotechnic charges which deploy the recovery system (parachutes). Tim did the design, and broke up the node into four schematics: The Switching Power Supply (SPS), Battery Backup (BB), Highly Available Power Supply (HAP), and pyrotechnic firing circuit (PYRO).
-
-Tim did an excellent job A) designing the circuits and B) presenting them to us (Michael, Markus, Larry, Glenn, Andrew). Go Tim go!
-
-----
-
-Here are a Michael's notes (thanks Michael!) with Andrew's (AG) appended.
-
-**SPS:**
-
-- split voltage divider into two separate dividers, one for setting the feedback voltage, one for defining the window for the comparators (R200-R203)
-- add a diode in parallel with a high-value resistor in the line that controls Q200, so it will charge fast but discharge slow (to prevent oscillation of the crowbar/comparator circuit)
-- test/characterize the fuse circuit
-- test/characterize the low-voltage detection circuit
-- ability for recovery node to stop charging the Li-ion battery (AG)
-- be sure not to short to ground through the mounting hardware which would bypass the balanced input chokes (AG)
-- Does C203 have enough energy to blow the fuse so that the crowbar does not cause brownouts on the main avionics power bus? If not, should we make it bigger (AG)
--
-
-**BB:**
-
-- looks good
-
-**HAP:**
-
-- update notes to show that Q401 is necessary to prevent battery drain through R401/R402 voltage divider, since divider is connected to UPS even when HAP is off
-
-**PYRO:**
-
-- document the shorting screw
-- update documentation for U2101-U2104, which do NOT accept 5V logic inputs (thereby creating the need for Q2105-Q2108)
-- can we find a better chip than thte IR2118 (i.e., one with logic level inputs)? (AG)
-
-**All, general, presentation:**
-
-- clearly show whether each off-page marker is an input or an output
-- possibly assign signal names that show what the source of the signal is (which submodule it is from, or who is driving it)
-- it is a Good Idea to have a computer or notebook handy with datasheets for every component in the circuit, so when people ask Annoying Questions you can refer to them
-- a key for what the different shaped signal boxes mean (AG)
-- a block diagram for the whole system, with signal names (AG)
-
-**Other issues:**
-
-- many circuit design choices led to changes in the software. When presenting each section of the circuit, it would be good to make some notes regarding the assumptions that particular circuit is making about the software. Collectively, these notes become a Requirements Spec for the software team, who will probably tell you to go to hell.
-- reiterated: need flowcharts for the software of behaviours needed by the hardware (AG)
-
-Some other issues: The control lines to the pll are missing. The pll needs four lines, a clock, data in, data out (so what went in can be verified) and enable. My notes that I am doing in liew of short term memory will contain the needed data. Am doing up the board, but The Schematic has ERRORS in it. I need to revise it in a couple of small ways, but the existing one isn't right. I caught this doing my layout for the board. [[DennisYoung]] - 01 Jun 2003
diff --git a/AvionicsMeetingNotes13Oct2003.mdwn b/AvionicsMeetingNotes13Oct2003.mdwn
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@@ -1,51 +0,0 @@
-# <a name="Avionics &quot;Power&quot; Team Meeting Oc"></a> Avionics "Power" Team Meeting October 13, 2003
-
-Summary: Tim, Tim R., Glenn and Andrew got together in Andrew's still disaster-zoned basement and measured the power consumption of each of the avionics system's components. Besides a few smoking Tantalum caps, there was no death and destruction - and shockingly, **_everything worked_**. Total power draw: 2.8 A @ 13.5 V = 38.4 W.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[img AvionicsMeetingNotes13Oct2003/tim_n_tim.jpg size="288x216"]]</center>
-</div>
-
-### <a name="ATV System"></a> ATV System
-
-We hooked up the ATV distribution node to the CAN King analyzer, but the node wouldn't turn on the camera via CAN message. Very weird, since it worked on the playa. But RC0 just wouldn't be set via CAN. So we hooked up the ICD2 and set the bits in the debugger.
-
-Then we turned on the camera, overlay board, 1.253GHz "exciter" - e.g., transmitter, but everyone but Andrew thought "exciter" was better for some terribly wrong reason - and finally power up the 3W power amp. Even though we used a 50 ohm load as an antenna, we got enough leakage - even without the PA - to see the video image on a receiver a few feet away.
-
-When we powered up the PA we got great results initially - until smoke started spiraling up from the power amp board. We thought for sure we smoked the M67715 PA, but instead it was a Tantalum installed backwards. Besides Tim R's bruised ego, nothing else was damaged. We replaced that one, blew another cap, and then finally everything just worked. We even ran it for 10 minutes just to see how fast it heated up the Al plate - it went from 30 deg C to 47 deg C in 10 minutes and didn't seem to get any hotter, which we thought was perfect.
-
-We tried both the 6dB and 8dB attenuator, and decided to stick with the 8dB attenuator... (Glenn: why?).
-
-ATV System max current draw: 1.55A
-
-### <a name="CAN Nodes"></a> CAN Nodes
-
-Then we powered up the IMU, GPS with preamplifier, and APS. Surprisingly, both the IMU and GPS didn't take almost any more power when spewing messages on the CAN bus at full rate... \_maybe 1mA more. But of course the GPS did take plenty of power to run - including burning a lot of power through the 50 ohm load on the end of the GPS preamplifier since the GPS preamp passed DC to the load. Whoops. So we removed the load, and got, uh, better results.
-
-IMU current draw: 70mA<br /> GPS current draw: 125mA<br /> APS current draw: 47mA<br />
-
-### <a name="FC and Wifi"></a> FC and Wifi
-
-We booted the flight computer, fsck'd Andrew's Thinkpad's hard drive (isn't it _always_ time to have to run fsck as root?) and started talking with the FC over 802.11b. The 802.11b was surprisingly power stingy; it really only used power when transmitting which is exactly what you want (i.e., is dependent on duty cycle).
-
-So then we powered up the dreaded and highly abused 2.4 GHz +16dB amplifier. Surprisingly, it worked right off the bat. In fact, it was so good, we thought it was dead at first since it wasn't drawing more than about a 100mA. But then we realized the power consumption was based on (duh) duty cycle. So we scp'd /proc/kcore to the Thinkpad to simulate full bandwidth data... and then saw the 2.4 GHz PA start to draw some real power. It was great!
-
-There's a 3 pin device - either a linear regulator or a MOSFET or something - which got really hot. Under no transmit loads, it hovered around 40 degrees C. But under the full 2MB/s load, it shot up to 100 degrees C and stayed there. **_\_Future note: We think this should be heat sinked._**
-
-FC: 415mA<br /> FC and Wifi w/PA: 1.05A<br />
-
-### <a name="Conclusions"></a> Conclusions
-
-<div>
- <center>[[img AvionicsMeetingNotes13Oct2003/avionics_powerup.jpg size="216x288"]]</center>
-</div>
-
-1. Everything worked. **_Whoaahhh._**
-2. Total maximum power draw: 2.85A @ 13.5V = 38.5W
-3. We hypothesized that a good launch would need only about 20 minutes of full power time: 2 minutes on the pad, 2 minutes to apogee, 15 minutes to the ground. But if something went wrong on the pad, or the main parachute was deployed at apogee, then this time could be extended to as long as an hour or more. We decided one hour to 50% depth of discharge was reasonable for a battery pack to handle: that's about 6 AHr.
-4. Our current batteries are not capable of handling 2.8A. Since they're 1.5AHr (rated at 2.5mA, whoops), we can't count on them being anything close to that 1.5A at 2.8/2 = 1.4A (for each set of two packs in parallel). So we decided that if we fly it with the Li primary batteries, we'll extend the pack out by another layer of batteries to fly 8 Li batteries together (700mA/battery pack, which is more reasonable for the Li to handle). Tim R. is going to test one of the Li batteries on an active load he's building so we can find out exactly how much we can expect from these batteries.
-5. After we revamp the power/battery document, we're going to choose a smart battery (think laptop battery) which we can use off the shelf with our own charger. This way we get the smarts of the smart battery - precision charge counter and SMBus ([[I2C]]) interface - and only have to build a charger to charge it. In fact, if we find a smart battery with Li Ion cells we know about, like the Panasonic 18650's, then we can always keep the smart battery controller and swap the cells if they die off. Tim R. is taking on the research and development on this "next gen" power system. Go Tim go!
-
-### <a name="Links"></a> Links
-
-[[CanNodeSectionAppPower]]: Detailed component power listing (Tim R: please update).<br />[[BatteryPack]]: Battery pack discussion (Tim R: please update).<br />
diff --git a/AvionicsMeetingNotes30Dec2003.mdwn b/AvionicsMeetingNotes30Dec2003.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index 7466c64..0000000
--- a/AvionicsMeetingNotes30Dec2003.mdwn
+++ b/dev/null
@@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-# <a name="Avionics Team Meeting December 3"></a> Avionics Team Meeting December 30th, 2003
-
-Tyler and Andrew talked magnetometers, and how we can get an attitude reference if we use a model of the Earth's Magnetic Field. Can we extract a 1D polynomial approximation to the global 3D model? Or do we need the whole thing? Can we get the source to the World Magnetic Model (WMM)?
-
-We're still waiting to hear back from Honeywell as to which sensors they're willing to sample us.
-
-Update (March 24 2004): we've gotten the sensors from Honeywell, see the [[MagnetometerLv2]] page for details.
diff --git a/AvionicsMeetingsArchive.mdwn b/AvionicsMeetingsArchive.mdwn
index a9d32e4..62b2b96 100644
--- a/AvionicsMeetingsArchive.mdwn
+++ b/AvionicsMeetingsArchive.mdwn
@@ -8,11 +8,11 @@
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsTeamMeeting09Jun2004]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2004-06-09-avionics]]</td>
<td> APS (Avionics Power System) design: Li Ion battery charger choice </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsTeamMeeting30May2004]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2004-05-30]]</td>
<td> Critical path scheduling and APS </td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -25,43 +25,43 @@
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMeetingNotes30Dec2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-12-30]]</td>
<td> Magnetometers. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMeetingNotes13Oct2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-10-13]]</td>
<td> Power measurements on each component of the avionics system. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[JointMeetingNotes07Oct2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-10-07]]</td>
<td> What&#39;s next, timelines, task lists </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[JointMeetingNotes26Aug2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-08-26]]</td>
<td> To do list, what&#39;s critical </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[JointMeetingNotes22Jul2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-07-22]]</td>
<td> Non-PDX tasks, Protocols, LTC, Rocketview API, Routers </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[JointMeeting24Jun2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-06-24]]</td>
<td> Things to do by August 22nd; Try #6 on Flight Computer State Machine </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMeeting10Jun2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-06-10]]</td>
<td> CPA propagation tests at xerox; APS lives! </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMeeting11Mar2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-03-11]]</td>
<td> Recovery node design review. Files attached. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[Meeting28Jan2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-01-28]]</td>
<td> Workshop on EAGLE PCB CAD tool. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[Meeting07Jan2003]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2003-01-07]]</td>
<td> 5/4/2003 is freeze and launch call. 1/26 kickoff meeting scheduled. </td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -74,149 +74,149 @@
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes17Nov02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-11-17]]</td>
<td> James brain dumps FC infrastructure. FC network setup info. First hack at the whole PSAS 802.11b network architecture. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes01Oct02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-10-01]]</td>
<td> Lecture on the Linux kernel. Beer. Make CAN nodes more hardware like. Create a software team. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[BlackRockSept2002]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-09-22]]</td>
<th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> Launch of LV2! </strong></th>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes19Sep02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-09-19]]</td>
<td> Tuning 1.3GHz and 2.4GHz helical antennas @ the PSU microwave lab. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes10Sep02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-09-10]]</td>
<td> Hardware work @ Andrew&#39;s. Software @ FAB CS lounge: telemetry client works. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes08Sep02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-09-08]]</td>
<td> ATV distro board and [[PicCore]] @ Andrew&#39;s. Software @ FAB CS lounge. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes27Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-27]]</td>
<td> GPS CAN node done. Clementine determined to be broken. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes25Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-25]]</td>
<td> ATV hardware &amp;amp; distro board designed. Jupiter boards programmed. Ate pizza. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes20Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-20]]</td>
<td>[[PicCore]] lecture. James starts hacking FC software together. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes18Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-18]]</td>
<td> Larry goes it alone working on 2m radio interface. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes13Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-13]]</td>
<td> Overview of what needs to be done. James&#39; notes on FC update. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetinNotes11Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-11]]</td>
<td> Paul and Andrew discuss GPS node processing. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes06Aug02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-08-06]]</td>
<td> ATV and FC node work. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes21Jul02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-07-21]]</td>
<td> More [[AvionicsToDoList]]. Got LV1b 2m receiver to work, and tested it. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes07Jul02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-07-07]]</td>
<td> Getting CAN nodes working w/[[PicCore]]. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes25Jun02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-06-25]]</td>
<td> Paul and Nate&#39;s CAN node dev system finally up and running. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes18Jun02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-06-18]]</td>
<td> Project timeline until the schedule 8/3 launch. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes28May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-28]]</td>
<td> James hacks away on FC, Andrew on the beginnings of [[PicCore]]. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes26May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-26]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes21May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-21]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes14May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-14]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes10May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-10]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes07May02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-05-07]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes28Apr02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-04-28]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes14Apr02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-04-14]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes10Apr02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-04-10]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes07Apr02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-04-07]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes10Mar02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-03-10]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes03Mar02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-03-03]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes27Feb02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-02-27]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes06Feb02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-02-06]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes23Jan02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-01-23]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes09Jan02]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2002-01-09]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
@@ -230,94 +230,94 @@
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[WorkshopNotes16Dec01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-12-16]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes11Dec01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-12-11]]</td>
<td> Twiki lesson, planning for next launch. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes04Dec01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-12-04]]</td>
<td> OGI Lecture: Intro to Extreme Programming (XP) </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes13Nov01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-11-13]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes25Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-25]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes20Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-20]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[WorkshopNotes15Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-15]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes12Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-12]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes09Oct01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-10-09]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes04Sep01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-09-04]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes29Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-29]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes22Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-22]]</td>
<td> Flight computer (MOPS520) boots off floppy! </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes21Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-21]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes15Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-15]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes7Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-07]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes2Aug01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-08-02]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes25jul01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-07-25]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[MeetingNotes17Jul01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-07-17]]</td>
<td>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[Avionics27Jun01]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2001-06-27]]</td>
<td> Meeting with Jim Binkly of PSU CS on 802.11b. </td>
</tr>
</table>
diff --git a/AvionicsModuleLv2.mdwn b/AvionicsModuleLv2.mdwn
index 249ea53..5c9172e 100644
--- a/AvionicsModuleLv2.mdwn
+++ b/AvionicsModuleLv2.mdwn
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
## <a name="AMPS plates"></a> AMPS plates
-Here's a link to the design of the AMPS plates: [[MeetingNotes29Aug02]]
+Here's a link to the design of the AMPS plates: [[news/2002-08-29]]
## <a name="Node placement"></a> Node placement
diff --git a/AvionicsMtg20060906.mdwn b/AvionicsMtg20060906.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index 7db57fa..0000000
--- a/AvionicsMtg20060906.mdwn
+++ b/dev/null
@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
-# Avionics Team Meeting - September 6th, 2006
-
-We've been working for a long time on the new avionics system, but we haven't been really tracking our work since the majority of work has been by and on the 2006 Capstone team who have been updating the avionics nodes.
-
-Some things of interest in tonights meeting:
-
-- Sarah worked on eCos on the LPC2148
-- Andrew and Jonathan talked GPL-GPS
-- Andrew and Tim decided to rename the avionics system from 'lv2b' to 'av2b' in the sense of 'Avionics System 2 version b'. So the first one we build will be 'av2b1', the second copy will be 'av2b2', etc. This way the avionics system is now officially independent of the airframe (which is now 'LV2c' since it's the third LV2 class airframe.
-- Andrew tore up the avionics team home, archiving the LV2 project and really starting the documentation on the AV2b project.
diff --git a/AvionicsMtg20070103.mdwn b/AvionicsMtg20070103.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index 54dd37b..0000000
--- a/AvionicsMtg20070103.mdwn
+++ b/dev/null
@@ -1,58 +0,0 @@
-# Avionics Team Meeting Jan 3, 2007
-
-## General Sort of Status
-
-Well, frankly, not a lot has happened since the capstone kids completed the AV2b USB node design back in May. We're finally coming out of it, however, and ramping up to restart the various projects. Here's a list of the various parts of the avionics system, and a brief note on their status.
-
-## USB Status
-
-The FC and nodes are talking USB, so this is the backbone to the new avionics system. But, before we can jump in and build nodes, we should really get a prototype system working first. So Sarah is working on getting the TQM5200 FC to talk to a prototype node (basically just a Olimex LPC2148 development board) in full speed isochrnous mode. Once we've got this working - with a couple of nodes in full speed - we be able to jump straight into the new USB-based system.
-
-- The Host Side (Linux &amp; TQM5200 FC)
- - Sarah's working on the USB system in Linux, called usbfs2.
- - Provides a nice file-like interface to the end points.
- - About 1 month worth of work left (we hope).
- - The TQM5200 USB support might work in 2.4, but 2.6 doesn't boot yet. (go Derick go!).
-- The Slave Side (eCos &amp; LPC2148 node)
- - Sarah got the slave side (the LPC2148) to work on bulk transfers a few weeks ago (hooray!).
- - Working on LPC USB library isochronous support (<http://sourceforge.net/projects/lpcusb>).
- - Maybe a month or so to add isochronous support.
-
-Summary: by spring quarter we hope to have end-to-end USB demo at isochonous full speed transfers.
-
-## Sensor status
-
-There is a LOT of work to be done on the rocket's sensors that is completely independent of the node microcontroller and communication bus. Luckily this work can be paralleled with the USB work.
-
-- GPS - There's still a LOT of work to do on GPL-GPS... mostly syncing it back to OSGPS, cleaning up the eCos infrastructure, and doing lock code.
-- IMU - Markus made some great progress on the IMU, but then got wrapped up in other things. There's a lot of signal+noise DSP-like analysis work to do on the IMU to optimise it for our needs.
-- ATM - (atmospheric sensors - temp and pressure) We can get going on this right away - I think our last sensor was pretty crumby, and this time around we can focus on building a true barometric altimeter... with temperature sensor.
-- MAG - (magnetometer) Tyler and ANdrew got 1/4? 1/2? way done with a design, but then we dropped it. Needs to be restarted up!
-
-Summary: Lots of work to do upgrading LV2's systems.
-
-## Infrastructure
-
-The infrastructure work can also be be done independently of the uC/USB stuff.
-
-- REC - (recovery) - pending on new recovery system... not much to do yet until that's chosen.
-- APS - (avionics power system) Could be started now, similar to what we had, but Li Pol. batteries.
-- ATV - (Amateur TV) Needs camera selected (multiple cameras?), sync between FC LCD output, and new TX circuitry.
-
-Summary: Lots of work to do replicating or upgrading LV2's systems.
-
-## Communications
-
-We have to rebuilt the comm systems. We'll probably do almost exactly what we did on LV2 since it worked so amazingly well.
-
-- New cylindrical patch antennas - pending on new avionics module and new transmitters, but should be just like LV2's CPAs.
-- New telemetry system - probably 802.11 again... so we need a USB to 802.11 converter?
-- New emergency system - 2m? or not this time around?
-- Local communications on the pad? umbilical?
-
-Summary: Lots of rebuilding the LV2 comm systems.
-
-## Avionics Module
-
-- The modules are rough cut, and the avionics module is being machined at CCC this quarter (yay)
-- We're going to completely revamp the phsycial layout of the system, trying to make it more compact and less weight.
diff --git a/AvionicsMtg20070307.mdwn b/AvionicsMtg20070307.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index 65df3ce..0000000
--- a/AvionicsMtg20070307.mdwn
+++ b/dev/null
@@ -1,16 +0,0 @@
-Meeting Notes March 7th, 2007 =============================
-
-Ian got markdown to work. Yay Markdown. But there are no internal links.
-
-- This is a list.
-- here's another bullet point
- - more stuff in \*\*bold\*\*
-
-another header
-
-----
-
-1. one
-2. four
-3. two
-4. three
diff --git a/AvionicsMtg20070314.mdwn b/AvionicsMtg20070314.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index 652f75b..0000000
--- a/AvionicsMtg20070314.mdwn
+++ b/dev/null
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
-# Recovery Node Behavior
-
-- detect launch
-- detect apogee
-- has a timer in case everything else fails
-
-![](rocket_states.jpg)
-
-# Recovery Node Hardware
-
-It needs an accelerometer for launch detect. We may also want it for apogee detect.
-
-![](recovery_block_diagram.jpg)
-
-## Accelerometer Debate
-
-Do we want a 3-axis or a single axis accelerometer? We want to pick one before we design the board because laying out with options is hard.
-
-## Pressure Sensor
-
-We want a pressure sensor for apogee detect.
-
-MPX500A was the old pressure chip. It was only guaranteed up to about 20,000ft-ish. It needs to work down to a vacuum.
-
-Tim wrote a paper on conversion of units to altitude. posted on [[RocketScience]] wiki page under atmosphere. Pressure sensor output changes depending on humidity, temperature, etc. To calibrate them at our previous launches, we called the local weather station and asked for humity. We might want to add humidity sensor to ground station.
-
-## 2-meter Radios
-
-We may want a 2 meter radio. We made our own one-way radio last time, but we may want to buy a 2-way radio this time. It would have its own battery, but may run off high reliable battery system.
-
-Do we want a radio if we have 802.11? Represents low bandwidth channel to rocket.
-
-# Old Software Behavior
-
-Last launch, we blew the parachutes when the IMU was in the coast stage and (either the pressure sensors or the GPS said we were at apogee).
-
-# Critical Path
-
-We need the airframe team to choose an ignitor so we can design the High Voltage (HV) system. We can't design recovery node until we know this.
-
-## Ignitors
-
-Ordered Quest ignitors; we need to characterize them as soon as they arrive. Old ignitors used in LV2 (Axril) are still available, but can't buy through their website.
diff --git a/AvionicsMtg20070411.mdwn b/AvionicsMtg20070411.mdwn
deleted file mode 100644
index 24f8150..0000000
--- a/AvionicsMtg20070411.mdwn
+++ b/dev/null
@@ -1,29 +0,0 @@
-# Avionics Meeting April 11, 2007
-
-## Bruce presents on RTOSs for the LPC2148
-
-Bruce (go Bruce go) put together a powerpoint presentation on the RTOSs he found for the LPC2148... which was essentially eCos and FreeRTOS. So he focussed on FreeRTOS.
-
-You can get FreeRTOS from <http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc2000/>, but you'll have to be a member. We've posted the current source here on this page since it's small, and easy to get to: [[lpc2148_freertos.zip]]
-
-You can find his prsentation here:
-
-- Presentation slides in OpenOffice Presenter: [[RTOS.odp]]
-- Presentation slides in ODF: [[RTOS.pdf]]
-- Presentation slides in MS PowerPoint [[RTOS.ppt]]
-
-## Joel finds RTEMS
-
-RTEMS seems like a much larger OS than FreeRTOS, even more than eCos possibly. We don't like how big it is, or that it's eCos like in its complexity. And a lot of the documentation is broken.
-
-## We look over FreeRTOS
-
-We all looked over FreeRTOS to check out the build system. It looks pretty sane, sort of like what we expect. Possibly a little under what we expect - it's sort of more bare bones than we'd like (a souped up [[PicCore]]!) but that's fine. We've got some questions:
-
-1. What build tools do you need?
-2. What parts are specifically ported to the LPC2148 and which not.
-
-## What's Next
-
-1. Bruce and Joel are going to look over RTEMS just to make sure we really do hate it.
-2. Then they're going to dive into FreeRTOS and get it up and running on the LPC2148.
diff --git a/AvionicsTeamHome.mdwn b/AvionicsTeamHome.mdwn
index 652b7cd..87ebd05 100644
--- a/AvionicsTeamHome.mdwn
+++ b/AvionicsTeamHome.mdwn
@@ -57,19 +57,19 @@ The Avionics team is currently working on 'AV3' class hardware and firmware for
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMtg20070411]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2007-04-11]]</td>
<td> Bruce gives a presentation on RTOSs for the LPC2148. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMtg20070314]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2007-03-14]]</td>
<td> Recovery Node discussion. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMtg20070307]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2007-03-07]]</td>
<td> Beginning to hand out projects for AV2c... </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMtg20070103]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2007-01-03]]</td>
<td> Avionics Team Update! Where are we, where are we going. </td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -82,15 +82,15 @@ The Avionics team is currently working on 'AV3' class hardware and firmware for
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsMtg20060906]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2006-09-06-avionics]]</td>
<td> Notes up until this point. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsWorkshop15Feb2006]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2006-02-15]]</td>
<td> EAGLE CAD Workshop: Click [[EagleCadWorkshopNotes]] for the workshop notes. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[CapstoneLv2b20060104]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2006-01-04]]</td>
<td> Capstone Team: USB discussion and schedule planning. </td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -103,27 +103,27 @@ The Avionics team is currently working on 'AV3' class hardware and firmware for
<td> Comments </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[CapstoneLv2b20051220]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2005-12-20]]</td>
<td> Capstone Team: Discussed the overall goals of PSAS and how they relate to the capstone project. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[CapstoneLv2b20051216]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2005-12-16]]</td>
<td> Capstone Team: Official meeting with faculty advisor, Mark Faust. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[CapstoneLv2b20051213]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2005-12-13]]</td>
<td> Capstone Team: Discussed milestones, meeting with Faust, deliverables, some technical stuff. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[CapstoneTeamMeeting20051206]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2005-12-06]]</td>
<td> First meeting of the capstone team. Introductions, discussion of USB vs. CAN, and [[EagleCAD]]</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsTeamMeeting20051130]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2005-11-30]]</td>
<td> More avionics architecture, PPC flight computer, and CAN vs USB discussions. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[AvionicsTeamMeeting20051025]]</td>
+ <td>[[news/2005-10-25]]</td>
<td> Discussion of avionics architecture and PPC flight computer. </td>
</tr>
</table>
diff --git a/AvionicsTeamMeeting09Jun2004.mdwn b/AvionicsTeamMeeting09Jun2004.mdwn
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@@ -1,39 +0,0 @@
-# <a name="Avionics Team Meeting June 9th,"></a><a name="Avionics Team Meeting June 9th, "></a> Avionics Team Meeting June 9th, 2004
-
-**Folks:** Ivan, Ted, Tim, Andrew, Kiah
-
-**Agenda:** Choose a battery charger IC. Figure out more about battery charging.
-
-**Summary:**
-
-We were looking at a bunch of battery charger ICs: see [[ChargerIcResearchLv2]] for a list of the chips we considered. We decided to go with the LTC4006 as the chip of choice until we find out that we can't use it, in which case we switch to the MAX745. We chose the LTC4006 because:
-
-1. It's autonomous - don't _have_ to have firmware in the PIC to charge the battery (vaguely) safely (note that the PIC should be doing some kind of state estimation so that cycling the input power to the charger doesn't continuously charge the battery).
-2. Small parts count (like the MAX 745) and in an SSOP16 package.
-3. Current limits the current from the input power source by folding back the current to the battery.
-4. Uses a MOSFET instead of a diode for the input power switch.
-
-Note that using the LTC4006 does require a diode to seperate the pack from the input power to the avionics... but we can use a "switched diode" like the LTC4412 mentioned on the [[ChargerIcResearchLv2]] page. _Note to Ted: we'll probably want to draw the avionics power system power from the left side of the battery current shunt so that we can also use that shunt for the PIC's monitoring of the battery current (both charge and discharge)_ .
-
-Tim and Andrew came to the stunning conclusion (love that word, "stunning") that we'll be wasting ~ 0.5 watt (!) per node if we stick with linear power supplies. This just is too much, and there may be a problem with some of the older current nodes which are using a 78L05 type of linear regulator. So this almost forces us into using a switching supply, so it looks like we'll just use Tim's recovery node front end for all future PIC nodes.
-
-**To Do:**
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> Ivan </td>
- <td> Research the power input to power output side of the LTC4006 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Ted </td>
- <td> Research the battery side of the LTC4006 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Andrew </td>
- <td> Redesign the older parts of the APS: the umbilical interface, the RR signal, power switches, etc. </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Tim </td>
- <td> Dig up the via strip design of the recovery node and redesign the crowbar circuit, 10MHz xtal divider for new board, and anything else that needs to be done. </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
diff --git a/AvionicsTeamMeeting20050818.mdwn b/AvionicsTeamMeeting20050818.mdwn
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@@ -1,17 +0,0 @@
-# <a name="Avionics Team Meeting August 18t"></a> Avionics Team Meeting August 18th, 2005
-
-Tim, Glenn and I met after the general meeting to prep the avionics system for flight.
-
-## <a name="SWR Tests"></a> SWR Tests
-
-Because the ATV system was being flaky, we used Glenn's Bird meter to measure the forward/reflected power from the ATV system. It was inf:1, meaning that the antenna was reflecting all of the power. Huh? we thought. We tried transmitting into a dummy load, which gave us our expected 3.8W out, 0.4W in. But as we were reconfiguring the test to try and track down the problem, the center pin of the ATV's SMA connector _just pulled right out_. Whoops. We fixed the SMA, and all of a sudden we were getting the expected power ratios. Hooray.
-
-## <a name="Payload Module Packup"></a> Payload Module Packup
-
-We packed up the recovery node, currently in the payload module. We locktigted everything, zip tied down cables and wires, etc.
-
-## <a name="Avionics Module Packup"></a> Avionics Module Packup
-
-We spent about 3 hours carefully getting the avionics system ready for flight. Lots nad lots of zip ties, Kapton tape all over the place, and lots of tightening of screws and euroterminals. We finally put the system in the module and tighted down the four screws... and we were done!
-
-As someone aptly said: "Now we get to find out what the universe thinks of our system". ;)
diff --git a/AvionicsTeamMeeting20051025.mdwn b/AvionicsTeamMeeting20051025.mdwn
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@@ -1,5 +0,0 @@
-Attending: [[JameySharp]], [[SarahBailey]], [[AndrewGreenberg]], ??
-
-Lots of pictures! Someone annotate these.
-
-![](PPC.jpg) ![](avionics.jpg) ![](avionics_more.jpg)
diff --git a/AvionicsTeamMeeting20051130.mdwn b/AvionicsTeamMeeting20051130.mdwn
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--- a/AvionicsTeamMeeting20051130.mdwn
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@@ -1,7 +0,0 @@
-Attending: [[JameySharp]], [[SarahBailey]], [[AndrewGreenberg]], ??
-
-Lots of pictures! Someone annotate these.
-
-![](avionics_abstraction_layers.jpg)
-
-![](avionics_more2.jpg)
diff --git a/AvionicsTeamMeeting30May2004.mdwn b/AvionicsTeamMeeting30May2004.mdwn
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@@ -1,108 +0,0 @@
-# <a name="Avionics Team Meeting May 30th,"></a><a name="Avionics Team Meeting May 30th, "></a> Avionics Team Meeting May 30th, 2004
-
-8:00am - 11:00am at [[Andrew's "cabin"|Minutiae/DirectionsToAndrewsCabin]]
-
-**Agenda:**
-
-1. Prioritization and schedule of our critical path stuff: APS, GPS, Magnetometer, etc.
-2. Prototype APS (Avionics Power Systems) battery selection, architecture and design handoff to Ted and Ivan.
-3. GPS stuff.
-
-**Notes:**
-
-- TR: Split the battery pack? RF Section and other? Use a polyfuse on the RF section?
-- AG: Let's try shorting across a polyfuse to see what happens to the rest of the avionics
-
-What we decided to do: keep the APS just as it is now (a glorified power switch with some power monitoring) and have Ted and Ivan develop an independent battery charging circuit with a charging IC.
-
-We decided on a 4 cell pack: however, **_this means that we need a power switch on the WiFi and on the ATV power amp_**. Probably just a comparator and an IPS with a NAND gate that doesn't let the PIC turn on the amplifiers if the bus voltage is &gt; 15V (or whatever their V limits are). See data sheets, but: ATV power amp has 16V max input, WiFi power amp has a 15V? limit).
-
-The IC that charges the battery packs: one per pack:
-
-**Requirements:**
-
-- Charge the freakin' battery when the PIC says there's shore power.
-
-**Nice things:**
-
-- Battery state of charge
-- Battery current and voltage
-- Digital interface to the PIC, like SPI or I2c
-
-**To Do:**
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> TR </td>
- <td> 1. Get Andrew the graphs for the Kodak batteries if possible.<br>
- </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-**Timeline:**
-
-Ok schedule:
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/06/01 </td>
- <td> Research </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/06/15 </td>
- <td> Schematic </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/07/01 </td>
- <td> PCB Design </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/07/15 </td>
- <td> PCB&#39;s soldered up (hardware done) </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/08/01 </td>
- <td> Firmware </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/09/01 </td>
- <td> Freeze </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/09/20 </td>
- <td> Launch </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-Reduce Andrew's bloodpressure's timeline:
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/06/01 </td>
- <td> Research </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/06/07 </td>
- <td> Schematic </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/06/21 </td>
- <td> PCB Design </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/07/07 </td>
- <td> PCB&#39;s soldered up (hardware done) </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/07/14 </td>
- <td> Firmware </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/09/01 </td>
- <td> Freeze </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> 2004/09/20 </td>
- <td> Launch </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
diff --git a/AvionicsToDoList.mdwn b/AvionicsToDoList.mdwn
index 23322d3..1943935 100644
--- a/AvionicsToDoList.mdwn
+++ b/AvionicsToDoList.mdwn
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ See also:
- [[Avionics To-Get list|AvionicsToGetList]]
- [[Software To-Do List|SoftwareToDo]]
-- [[LaunchLogistics20050205]] (May be out of date, better link?)
+- [[news/2005-02-05/logistics]] (May be out of date, better link?)
- see attachments for presentation of current projects
## <a name="Overview of What Needs to Be Don"></a> Overview of What Needs to Be Done (WNTBD)
diff --git a/AvionicsWorkshop15Feb2006.mdwn b/AvionicsWorkshop15Feb2006.mdwn
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-# Avionics Workshop February 15th, 2006: Using EAGLE CAD
-
-- When: Wednesday February 15th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
-- Where: [[Fourth Avenue Building|/FABDirections]] Room 150 (this is the classroom just north of the PSU ECE office)
-
-We're putting on a 4 hour workshop for the EAGLE PCB CAD tool. In reality, it'll probably only take a few hours, but we've left time for questions, comennts, and advanced features for people who already use EAGLE.
-
-- _**Very important:**_ If you're going to come to the workshop, please RSVP to andrew-at-psas.pdx.edu. We want a head count of how many people are coming ahead of time, so please don't just "show up" - let us know you're coming.
-
-## Why EAGLE CAD?
-
-We had to choose a CAD program for PSAS since we're doing our own PCBs. We wanted an open source PCB CAD program, but the current one ([gEda](http://geda.seul.org/)) is just not quite there yet (in our opinion). As it gets better, we'll probably do the switch to OSS, but for now it's just not tenable for our project.
-
-EAGLE CAD, from <http://www.cadsoft.de/>, fits the bill in many respects:
-
-- It's free for academic/non-profit use
-- It works on Linux, Mac and Windows
-- It's got great features, including forward/backward annotation, ground planes, sophisticated scripting, and an autorouter.
-
-There are some big drawbacks, however:
-
-- It's not open source
-- The UI is crufty
-- The free/non-profit license has some pretty severe limitations:
- - The schematic editor can only create one sheet (although it can view many).
- - Although the PCB and the trace area may be any size, all components must be placed within 100 x 80 mm (4 x 3.2 inches).
- - Only two signal layers can be used (Top and Bottom).
-
-Since PSAS is restricted to relatively small 2-layer boards anyway, we're OK with these limitations. Note that there are (painful) ways to get around the board size limitation, such as overlaying Gerber files after the CAM step using [GerberTiler](http://sourceforge.net/projects/gbtiler), but in general we don't recommend it.
-
-## Pre-Workshop Homework
-
-If you're going to come to the workshop, please do the following:
-
-1. First, _PLEASE_ let us know you're coming by emailing andrew-at-psas.pdx.edu. Thanks.
-2. Download EAGLE CAD from <http://www.cadsoft.de/> and install it on your computer.
-3. Play around with it. Take the [tour](http://www.cadsoft.de/Tour/tour00.htm), go through the [tutorial](ftp://ftp.cadsoft.de/eagle/program/4.16/tutorial-eng.pdf), or maybe even read [the manual](ftp://ftp.cadsoft.de/eagle/program/4.16/manual-eng.pdf).
-4. Download the PSAS key bindings and install them into EAGLE: [http://svn.psas.pdx.edu/\*checkout\*/trunk/cad/eagle/scripts/goodkeys.scr?rev=769](http://svn.psas.pdx.edu/*checkout*/trunk/cad/eagle/scripts/goodkeys.scr?rev=769)
-5. Also get the PSAS custom parts library: [http://svn.psas.pdx.edu/\*checkout\*/trunk/cad/eagle/libraries/psas\_eagle\_library.lbr?rev=2706](http://svn.psas.pdx.edu/*checkout*/trunk/cad/eagle/libraries/psas_eagle_library.lbr?rev=2706)
-6. Finally, if you do have a laptop, we'll encourage you to bring it for the workshop and follow along with us as we step through EAGLE.
-
-Here are the workshop notes: [[EagleCadWorkshopNotes]]
diff --git a/BlackRockLaunch20Sep2002.mdwn b/BlackRockLaunch20Sep2002.mdwn
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-## <a name="September 20-22, 2002 Black Rock"></a> September 20-22, 2002 Black Rock Desert launch
-
-The first flight of LV2 will be held at Arizona High Power Rocketry Association's (AHPRA's) experimental amateur rocketry event called ["BALLS 2002"](http://www.ahpra.org/b2k.html), held in the Black Rock Desert (BRD) of Nevada. Our group is officially attending, along with possibly hundreds of other experimental rocketry enthusiasts from all over the world.
-
-Here's the _preliminary_ schedule:
-
-> <table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
-> <tr>
-> <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> Date </strong></th>
-> <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> Events </strong></th>
-> </tr>
-> <tr>
-> <td> Tuesday September 17, 2002 </td>
-> <td> Evening: Meeting in FAB 155 </td>
-> </tr>
-> <tr>
-> <td> Wednesday September 18, 2002 </td>
-> <td> Evening: James burns psas.pdx.edu to CD after 5:00pm <br> Evening: Purchase food for group (last chance to opt-in) </td>
-> </tr>
-> <tr>
-> <td> Thursday September 19, 2002 </td>
-> <td> Morning: psas.pdx.edu packed up for trip to BR. <br> Some folks leave for Black Rock </td>
-> </tr>
-> <tr>
-> <td> Friday September 20, 2002 </td>
-> <td> Morning: Meet at Matt Rupert&#39;s house at <strong>4:00AM</strong><br> Evening: PSAS arrives at BRD and sets up equipment </td>
-> </tr>
-> <tr>
-> <td> Saturday September 21, 2002 </td>
-> <td> Morning: Airframe test on &#39;M&#39; motor <br> Afternoon: Full systems launch on &#39;N&#39; motor <br> Evening: Optional second launch on &#39;N&#39; motor </td>
-> </tr>
-> <tr>
-> <td> Sunday September 22, 2002 </td>
-> <td> Morning: Optional third launch on &#39;N&#39; motor <br> Afternoon: Rapid tear down and return drive to PDX </td>
-> </tr>
-> </table>
-
-**Transportation Notes:**
-
-- The Black Rock Desert is about almost exactly 500 miles and thus a 12 hour drive from Portland. It's a nice drive through central and southeastern Oregon, but it's a long one. Make sure your car can handle the long trip, the high heat and the amazing amount of fine, gray dust. Note that you'll be driving off of the highway and directly onto the dry lake bed, called the "playa": we've had a Porsche 911 make it over the playa but you do want to be careful about low riding cars ([more driving info](http://www.rimworld.com/balls/precautions.html)). We'll eventually post maps and detailed directions from Portland here (here are the [directions we used 3 years ago](http://psas.pdx.edu/psas/Schedule/Maps/B.R.%20directions/BRdirections.html)), but here's [some directions](http://www.rimworld.com/balls/road.html) for right around the playa.
-- There are four mountain passes to navigate:
- - Willamette Pass summit crossing the Cascade Range, on Hwy 58 between Oakridge and Crescent.
- - A gentle pass between Klamath Falls and Alturas
- - A 6100' pass crossing the Warner Range between Alturas and Cedarville. These are impressive mountains.
- - A pass between the California/Nevada border and Gerlach crossing the Hays Canyon Range.
-- There are agricultural inspections upon entry to California, between Klamath Falls and Alturas, and between Alturas and Cedarville.
-- GPS coordinates of the turnoff from the road onto the Playa (note, this is the second such entry area, and is the second driveway on the second entry area):
- - N 40° 46.571'
- - W 119° 15.823'
-- GPS coordinates of our encampment on the flight line:
- - N 40° 48.674'
- - W 119° 07.302'
- - Elevation: ~4000' ASL
-- The BRD is only 2.5 hours north of Reno, NV by car. For some people unable to make the 12 hour drive, consider flying into Reno, renting a car, and driving up to the BRD. We may also be able to arrange a pickup from the Reno airport if there are enough people coming in at the right times.
-
-**Environment Notes:**
-
-- The BRD is a beautiful but nasty place. It's going to be very, very hot and sunny during the day and very chilly at night. See the ["BALLS 2002"](http://www.ahpra.org/b2k.html) site for more information, but you'll need everything from tents to your own water. AHPRA will be providing portapotties, but little else.
-- We'll post more information here soon.
-- The closest "place" to the BRD is the town of Gerlach, NV, which is right on the edge of the playa. There is no cell phone coverage, but there is a small motel called "Bruno's" (775-557-2220). If you don't want to camp, get your reservations ASAP since it'll fill up fairly fast.
-- Communications: Cell phones didn't work there two years ago. We're not sure if they do now... but please don't count on it! We'll be using amateur band radios again this year (146.43MHz) for long distance communication, as well as FRS radios for short distance stuff. We'd love to get an internet connection, e.g. Starband, but that means someone has to bring their starband equipment and know how to set it up.
-
-**Logistics:**
-
-- Please try and know by the TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 3RD GENERAL MEETING if you're going to go to Black Rock. Please talk with Larry, Brian or Andrew before then if you CAN'T attend but still want to go.
-- Registration: there will be a registration fee per person - we're looking into that now. Note that we'll be registering as a GROUP, so please be sure to bring money to the September 3rd meeting.
-- Please see the [[Logistics Page|LogisticsFor]] for more details, including car sharing, who's bringing what, etc.
-
-**Things to think about bringing:**
-
-- Put everything in plastic bags to keep out dust.
-- Lawn chairs to look up at all the rockets spiraling out of control.
-- Spray bottles
-- Hats, bandanas, SUNSCREEN
-- Lots and lots of water (gallon or more per day)
-- Bring FRS, CBs and 2m (146.43MHz) radios
-- Bicycles
-- GPS's in order to find the final launch site on the playa (dry lake bed)
-- Flashlights, lanterns, floodlights, etc.
-- Fire extinguishers, shovels, etc.
--
-
-**Specific logistics:**
-
-- Larry is bringing two tables
-- Everyone brings their own chairs
--
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-## <a name="Successful launch of LV2 in the"></a><a name="Successful launch of LV2 in the "></a> Successful launch of LV2 in the Black Rock Desert
-
-After more than two years of work, "Launch Vehicle No. 2", or LV2, had a near perfect first flight.
-
-On Sunday morning, September 22, 2002, the Portland State Aerospace Society launched LV2 at an experimental amateur launch held in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. This first flight of the LV2 design was an "airframe only" test and proved that the airframe would handle the acceleration and aerodynamic loads of flight (including crossing the sound barrier).
-
-This flight of LV2 contained no avionics except a commercial flight computer and the LV1b 2m radio uplink system. The commercial flight computer, an Emmanual Avionics unit, recorded a top speed of 900mph (Mach &gt;1) and an apogee (maximum altitude) of ~ 18,000ft.
-
-LV2 was recovered succesfully, but during the soft landing on the main parachutes the airframe was slightly bent at the interface between the fin canister and avionics module.
-
-<center>[[lv2_ready_to_go.jpg]]<br><strong>Ready to go</strong></center>
-
-<center>[[loading_lv2_onto_lt.jpg]]<br><strong>Loading onto Launch Tower</strong></center>
-
-<center>[[br-078sm2.jpg]]<br><strong>Entering supersonic flight</strong> (picture credit [[Main/JamesPerkins]]) </center>
-
-<center>[[psas_blackrock_launch.jpeg]]<br><strong>Boosting into the blue</strong> (picture credit [[Main/PaulMullen]]) </center>
-
-<center>[[main_body_recovery.jpg]]<br><strong>Main body at recovery site</strong></center>
-
-<center>
- <br>[[psas_n_flight.jpg]]</center>
-
-More pictures can be found at James' image [gallery](http://www.loowit.net/gallery/index.cgi?mode=album&album=/James/Rocket/2002%5fBlack%5fRock)<br /> More pictures can be found at Brian &amp; Amy's image [gallery](http://www.oneels.com/BR2002.html)
-
-### <a name="Raw Data from COTS Flight Comput"></a> Raw Data from COTS Flight Computer
-
-You can find the raw data from the Emmanual Avionics flight computer we used for this launch [[here|BlackRockSept2002Data]].
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-# <a name="Black Rock Desert Launch, Septem"></a> Black Rock Desert Launch, September 2003
-
-**Summary**: The PSAS team drove out to the Black Rock Desert of Nevada to attempt two launches of Launch Vehicle No. 2 (LV2): LV2.1 which was flown in [[September of 2002|BlackRockSept2002]] and LV2.2 which was a new airframe. After all day work and integration sessions in the middle of the desert on Friday and Saturday, LV2.2 was launched on an "O" motor Sunday morning as an airframe only (i.e., without the LV2 avionics package). Unfortunately, LV2.2 was destroyed about 8 seconds into flight near 5,000ft and between Mach 1 and 2. We think the fin canister tore off because of the modifications we did in order to make it fit on the the "O" motor case. The nosecone, commercial flight computer, and 2m uplink board were recovered, but the rest of the rocket was destroyed. The failure of LV2.2 forced us to scrub the launch of LV2.1 with the avionics package because of the loss of the parachutes and unknown condition of the commercial flight computer and 2m uplink board.
-
-## <a name="Thursday September 18th, 2003"></a> Thursday September 18th, 2003
-
-After a week of hectic work trying to finish the airframe and avionics system, the team packed up our stuff and headed off to the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. We left Portland around 9:00am and arrived around 9:00pm, making for a long day's drive.
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-We unpacked one of the tents and started setting up camp, but quickly decided to leave most of the work until the next morning. Thursday night was the first time many of us had gotten a chance to rest in the last week; we took the night off and watched the amazing night sky through a telescope, as well as kibitzed with the other amateur rocketry folks who had already shown up.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/th_mountain.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_brd.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_tracks_in_dust.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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-## <a name="Friday September 19th, 2003"></a> Friday September 19th, 2003
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-Friday was a serious work day. We set up shop under the awning and got to work integrating and prepping the rocket for flight. The flight range opened up at 9:00am for the smaller, less experimental rockets, so the team was given a pretty good show while working.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/th_flightline.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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-The airframe team focused on getting the LV2.2 airframe ready: last minute rivnut insertions, drilling and tapping holes, cutting the fins out of the rough canister, and of course... Brian sanding.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/jp_fin_canister.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/jp_brian_sanding.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_airframe_team.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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-The avionics and software teams set up shop under one of the tents and deployed most of Andrew's basement in order to get down to work. We had a pretty impressive setup; people wandering by had lots of great things to say about our elaborate setup. In the future, we hope to be _done_ with the avionics system before we leave for a launch, and thus be able to leave Andrew's basement where it is.
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-<div>
- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/ag_basement.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
-</div>
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-That day we built three cylindrical patch antennas (CPAs): one for the 2.4GHz telemetry system, one for the 1.27GHz amateur TV broadcast system, and one at 1.57GHz for the onboard GPS receiver. It took, of course, way longer to make the antennas than we wished - about an hour plus each. Steve made an amazing should-mounted tracking system using Glenn's helix antennas... and thus was born the TrackMaster 2000.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/rj_tim_n_patch.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_cpas.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/ag_steve_trackmaster.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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-Then we worked on debugging firmware and software for the avionics system... something that should have been done weeks ago. We made great progress on Friday, that's for sure, but ran into the integration problems you can always expect if you try building a system at the very last minute.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/th_debugging_firmware.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_markus_andrew.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_dueling_computers.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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-We also set up the launch tower computer and did the final integration on that system. Although overkill, it will allow us a lot of flexibility on future launches. Simply cabling up the various boards, getting the cables routed, and getting the RF connection up and running turned out to take most of the day. We also finally found out that our CAN driver had a serious bug which didn't allow the CAN messages with the RTR bit set to ever leave the CAN chip. Whoops. We were still able to use the system, but we couldn't get any status messages back.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/ted_and_ltc.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_james_at_ltc.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/jp_ltc_closeup.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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-We set up the second work tent Friday night, getting ready for the big day coming up... and except for some of the obsessive compulsive avionics team, relaxed a bit on the playa.
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-<div>
- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/jp_airshow.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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-## <a name="Saturday September 20th, 2003"></a> Saturday September 20th, 2003
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-Saturday morning was a flurry of activity, trying to get LV2.2 ready for flight on the O motor. By noon, it was apparent that the avionics system was not going to be ready for a Saturday launch. So we decided to launch LV2.2 as an airframe test only: Matt's commercial flight computer and 2m uplink board being the only avionics onboard.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/th_double_tents.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/2m_going_in.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/jp_matt_and_cfc.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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-There was plenty to do that day just to get the airframe ready: it took us a surprisingly long time just to prep the commercial flight computer board, the 2m uplink system, and the recovery system.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/th_airframe_team.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_brian_maggie.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/th_prepping_lv2.2.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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-That morning we also discovered that the fin canister didn't fit over the "O" motor casing, so we had to slot the casing to make it fit.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/th_suck_canister.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/th_slotting_canister.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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-Despite our concerted efforts, at 4:30pm we were still too far away from launch to make the waiver's window that day, so we scrubbed and decided to leave the airframe exactly as it was and launch first thing in the morning.
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-That evening, the avionics and software teams spent a hellishly long evening trying to get the avionics system ready for a flight in the LV2.1 airframe scheduled for Sunday afternoon. The cylindrical patch antennas were mounted on the avionics module, the avionics system was buttoned up for flight, and we desperately tried to fix the broken Linux CAN driver that was dropping a certain kind of packets on the launch tower computer and flight computer.
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-## <a name="Sunday September 21st, 2003"></a> Sunday September 21st, 2003
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-Sunday morning we woke early and prepped LV2.2 and the recovery teams for flight. Around 10:00am we drove LV2.2 out to the tower and loaded it; we were ready for launch!
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/ag_lt_ltc.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/rj_loading.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/rj_larry_on_comms.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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-The ignition, liftoff and first 8 or so seconds of flight were absolutely perfect.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/rj_onpad.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/rj_liftoff.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/rj_inair.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/ag_motor_crater.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/psas_o_balls2003.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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-Then around 8 seconds or so, we saw debris fall off the rocket. We believe that was the fin canister tearing off. Without fins, the rocket body was unstable and started to tumble. The tumbling caused the nose cone and "O" motor casing to be ripped off of the three airframe modules. The nosecone and motor canister fell fairly close to the launch tower, and the three airframe modules fell on the shreded main parachute pretty much in the middle of the flight line. Later we were able to recover the drogue and various pieces of the airframe and fin canister.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/jp_bent_airframe.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/rj_bent_airframe.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/jp_aeroshell_shards.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img BlackRockSept2003/rj_lv2remains.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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-Baker - the team's intrepid sockmonkeynaut - was once again hidden in the nose cone. Luckily, he rode out the harrowing ride and was unscathed. According to James, however, he's demanding a pay raise. Or at least sockmonkeynaut life insurance.
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- <center>[[img BlackRockSept2003/jp_monkeynaut_ok.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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-After discussing the failure for a while, we decided that the failure was due to the slot we had to cut in the fin canister in order for it to fit over the 136mm "O" motor casing. Our evidence was that the recovered fin canister was almost perfect flat and the remaining unslotted Aluminum was torn through, suggesting that the fin canister was peeled off along the slot by aerodynamic forces.
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-Because of the shared systems between LV2.1 and LV2.2 - which included parachutes and launch lugs - we decided to scrub the launch of LV2.1 planned for later that day.
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-Many of the team left as planned that afternoon to head back to Portland. A smaller contingent stayed around and enjoyed the BRD for another night before heading home the next day.
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-Overall, we accomplished an amazing amount of integration work, got our launch infrastructure squared away, and spent another amazing weekend in the Black Rock Desert. Although we're saddened by the loss of LV2.2, we've chalked it up to yet another "learning experience". We're looking forward to launching LV2.1 with the avionics system in place later this fall or in early spring.
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-A giant thank you to the PSAS team members and all of the people and groups who helped get us there.
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-**_09/28/2003 COMING SOON: Video clips_**
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-Misc Links:
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-- [[Tee Shirt Info|TeeShirts2003]]
-- [[Black Rock 2003 Logistics Page|BlackRockLogistics2003]]
-- [September 2003 BRD Range Fees](/RangeFee)
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-# <a name="Black Rock Desert Workshop and D"></a> Black Rock Desert Workshop and Dust Bath, September 2004
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-Photo gallery: <http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/blackrock2004>
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-We're trying something new this year: short updates from the desert, posted on this page. Most of the team departs Thursday, September 9th, so watch for news.
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-This a test from the Black Rock desert. James; Could you let me know it this get posted? Thanks!
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-Glenn 10-Sep-2004
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-Well we survived our first day on the playa, and a productive one at that. It looks like either late today (before 5pm) or early tomorrow (around 10am) we will launch! Yay!
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-Our local weather weatherman (Bruce) reports yesterdays weather highlights. ..
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-High Wind 25 mph Typical wind 15 mph High temp 89 deg F Low temp 51 deg F Humidity 6%
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-Glenn 11-Sep-2004
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-Hey all:
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-For those that don't yet know, due to real high winds (20 to 30 mph with 40 mph gusts) sustaining almost all day, and dust white-outs, we did not launch, and Trina, Bruce and I left the playa a little early. Some of the more intrepid members of the team stayed on for one more night.
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-Well we just now got home, and I just talked to Andrew and Brian who were among the intrepid ones, they are not too far behind us.
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-Even though we did not launch, this trip was a real adventure and I think we accomplished and learned a lot. Particularly we learned how lucky we have been all along to have always had nice weather.
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-Trina has presented a challenge for next year; The 25+ mph wind speed bacon &amp; eggs cookoff. This years record was 48 minutes, and 1/2 can of propane! :)
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-Great trip!
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-Glenn 13-Sep-2004
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-A looming deadline and isolation from distractions lead to a lot of work completed:
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-- Ground infrastructure setup (Ian, Glenn, Andrew, Jamey)
-- New APS power supply board completed (Tim) with firmware (Andrew)
-- New Recovery node completed (Tim) with firmware (Andrew)
-- New two meter radio completed (Tim, Glenn, Keith)
-- Armed, Rocket Ready, Launch Abort, Boost, Coast, Deploy Drogue, Descend Drogue, Deploy Main, and Descend Main sequencer states drafted (Ian, Jamey, Bart)
-- Added support for new APS and IMU nodes (Ian)
-- [[RocketView]] support for processed GPS and IMU messages (Peter, Jamey)
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-The rental truck made a wonderful work area. Truly a basement away from home, with a gorgeous pre-dawn view of the moonrise which we saw far too often. :)
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-On the propulsion side, Brian et al made several spectacular and successful night-time hybrid test fires including the world's first salami test fire, which created a 60ft meat spray and had thrust spikes that exceeded the parafin firings! Perhaps the Cheeze Whiz accellerant had something to do with it...
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--- [[IanOsgood]] [2004.09.14]
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-I have placed Bruce's weather data on this page.
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-Glenn 15-Sep-2004
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-Words from Bruce... Here are the weather .CSV files, one from each console. They should be basically identical. Note that shortly after noon on Friday there is a glitch in the solar radiation and UV reading due to moving the station to its final site about 550 ft. out.
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-- [[BR2004-1.csv]]: Weather data from Bruce's Station
-- [[BR2004-2.csv]]: Weather data from Bruce's Station (Console #2)
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-## <a name="A spectacular flight of LV2, but"></a> A spectacular flight of LV2, but with an unhappy ending.
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-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?full=1&amp;set_albumName=fred_azinger_08-20-2005&amp;id=fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped"> <img alt="245x640-fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped.jpg" src="http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/fred_azinger_08-20-2005/.cache/245x640-fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped.jpg"> </a></center>
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-## <a name="Summary:"></a> Summary:
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-We finally launched "Launch Vehicle No. 2" (LV2) with a complete avionics system to over 18,000 ft (above ground level) on August 20th, 2005, outside of Brothers, Oregon. Technologically speaking, the flight was a stunning success in the sense that the avionics worked far better than we expected. Unfortunately, due to a failure in the nose cone ejection system, the rocket was destroyed when it hit the ground at over 500 mph.
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-This flight proved:
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-1. an ARRL 802.11b telemetry system (IEEE 802.11b run in channel 1 with a power amplifier under an amateur radio license) worked over several miles to a vehicle accelerating at over 15g's and over Mach 1
-2. our Linux-based PC-104 586 flight computer and the associated "sequencer" software sequenced the flight correctly
-3. our inexpensive, "open hardware" cylindrical microwave patch antennas on the rocket worked beautifully with our 1.253, 1.575, and 2.412 GHz radios. Since they are less than 1/8 inch thick, the patch antennas conform to the airframe and add no extra aerodynamic losses.
-4. our ground network, including a Linux-based router and java based control (`launchcontrol`) and viewing (`rocketview`) software worked without any apparent failures
-5. the 1.253 GHz 3W FM Amateur TV broadcast system worked far better than expected, with little snow or fade throughout the flight.
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-We experienced three failures:
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-1. The nose cone never deployed, which eventually destroyed the rocket,
-2. The digital video camera on the ground accidentally recorded the amateur TV to a digital memory card instead of to digital video tape. The memory card soon filled and stopped recording before the flight, so the amateur TV broadcast was never recorded.
-3. The backup, or "away" ATV system stopped recording for an unknown reason. This meant that we have no real recording of the ATV transmission (again). (We do have the 1st 3 seconds courtesy of a third party who also recorded part of the ATV transmission.)
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-For the complete list of pictures taken at the launch, please see the [PSAS gallery album for this launch](http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=lv2_launch_08-20-2005)
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-## <a name="Friday"></a> Friday
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-Friday morning around noon the heavy infrastructure - launch tower, generator, tables, chairs, antenna mounts, etc - left for Bend. We were pretty scattered this year, with people leaving at random times in the morning. We cross-referenced everything to bring using the [[CurrentBringList]], and shockingly, only one relatively minor thing was forgotten (because, of course, it wasn't on the checklist! And yes, now it is on the checklist).
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-We arrived early evening at the Brothers site, and dumped the launch tower at an away cell south of the usual [Oregon Rocketry](http://www.oregonrocketry.com/) flight line. There was some confusion over whether we could set up launch control as far away from the launch tower as we wanted, so we didn't do much setup work on launch control until early Saturday morning.
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-## <a name="Saturday"></a> Saturday
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-Another huge success for PSAS was the fact that we did a setup, launch, and teardown in essentially a single day: because we really didn't get much setup Friday evening, we did almost everything on Saturday. We've never been that light on our feet before, and it's a testament to refactoring our infrastructure to be "prebuilt" before we get out there. For example, the launch control table and the launch tower computer.
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-We set up two pop-up launch control (LC) tents about a mile away from the launch tower. We were that far away because we wanted the receive antennas on the ground to be more than 10 degrees off of the vertical null in the rocket's cylindrical patch antenna pattern. At a simulated apogee of 18,000 ft AGL, a mile gave us about 17 degrees off vertical assuming the rocket was going straight up.
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- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=jay_beck_08-20-2005&amp;id=38_Launch_Control_Flight_Discussion"> <img alt="38_Launch_Control_Flight_Discussion.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/jay_beck_08-20-2005/38_Launch_Control_Flight_Discussion.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
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-The launch tower (LT) and launch tower computer (LTC) were set up in parallel with LC, which meant that by about 1:00pm on Saturday things were basically ready for launch. The only setup notes we have are:
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-1. We need a bubble level on the launch tower to help us level it.
-2. We had a remarkably hard time with the signal strength between the LTC and LC. We think this was because the wire parabolic dish antennas (we call them "BBQ grills") didn't work as well over the bumpy terrain (they really should have been higher off the ground) and - perhaps more importantly - they've been really abused over the last few years. We need to replace them with high gain helical antennas (Yagis?) with external covers so we can throw 'em in the back of a pickup and not be worried. When the wireless link finally connected reliably, the LTC BBQ grill was about 10 degrees to the right of where it "should" be pointed as sighted along the pickup arm.
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- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=judy_fischbach_08-20-2005&amp;id=Photo_2005_0820_130157AA"> <img alt="Photo_2005_0820_130157AA.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/judy_fischbach_08-20-2005/Photo_2005_0820_130157AA.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
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-Remarkably, since we were ready to proceed with the launch, we bolted the airframe together, including the prepackaged avionics module, and did a few power up tests according to the [[CurrentCheckList]]: turned on the avionics module, focused the ATV camera lens, and taped it down. Then we slid the aeroshell on and checked the picture again to make sure the ATV prism was on correctly. Brian and Maggie put the nose cone on, slid the motor in, and we were ready to go!
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- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=judy_fischbach_08-20-2005&amp;id=Photo_2005_0820_115540AA"> <img alt="Photo_2005_0820_115540AA.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/judy_fischbach_08-20-2005/Photo_2005_0820_115540AA.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=judy_fischbach_08-20-2005&amp;id=Photo_2005_0820_120654AA"> <img alt="Photo_2005_0820_120654AA.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/judy_fischbach_08-20-2005/Photo_2005_0820_120654AA.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
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-At the launch tower we had a few problems, mostly related to 1) being able to reliably talk to the launch tower, and 2) the polarization of the uplink radio antenna. It turns out that the circularly polarized 2m turnstile antenna that allows us to send emergency 2m commands to the recovery node is horizontally polarized at the horizon. And since the 2m "long wire" antenna on the airframe of the rocket is vertically polarized, the 2m commands never got through. Once the rocket left the ground, we were sure the turnstile antenna would work correctly, but we never realized it would be unusable on the ground. We used the 2m comm radio (which has a vertically polarized J-pole antenna) to arm the rocket on the tower and everything worked as expected).
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- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=jay_beck_08-20-2005&amp;id=20_LV2_Erected_to_Launch_Position"> <img alt="20_LV2_Erected_to_Launch_Position.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/jay_beck_08-20-2005/20_LV2_Erected_to_Launch_Position.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=jay_beck_08-20-2005&amp;id=15_Keith_and_Sara_Work_on_Launch_Tower_Communications_Note_Mt_s_in_Background"> <img alt="15_Keith_and_Sara_Work_on_Launch_Tower_Communications_Note_Mt_s_in_Background.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/jay_beck_08-20-2005/15_Keith_and_Sara_Work_on_Launch_Tower_Communications_Note_Mt_s_in_Background.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
-</div>
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-We were ready for launch, so Holly called in to have the Oregon Rocketry folks activate the 1-hour high-altitude FAA waiver.
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-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=judy_fischbach_08-20-2005&amp;id=Photo_2005_0820_141641AA"> <img alt="Photo_2005_0820_141641AA.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/judy_fischbach_08-20-2005/Photo_2005_0820_141641AA.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=judy_fischbach_08-20-2005&amp;id=Photo_2005_0820_141517AA"> <img alt="Photo_2005_0820_141517AA.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/judy_fischbach_08-20-2005/Photo_2005_0820_141517AA.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
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-At this point we had several instances of human error. First, Jamey forgot to uncomment a line in our `prepare-for-flight` shells script, which made the GPS never give a "sane" value because the FC thought it was supposed to be in Portland, not Brothers. After about 5 minutes waiting for the GPS, we looked into it, fixed the error, and restarted the launch sequence. Not to be outdone, Andrew proudly one-upped Jamey when, with 7 minutes left to go in the hour-long high-altitude window, Andrew tried to type in the "arm rocket" DTMF command over the uplink radio and his fingers instead dialed the "emergency shutdown" command... which, of course, _instantly shutdown the whole frickin' rocket_. **AAARGGGHH**! So we missed the first high-altitude window.
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-We called into to the Oregon Rocketry folks again, looking for another high-altitude window. They called the FAA to see what they could do... and luckily, we got a 2 hour window from 3:45 - 5:45. Amazingly, we had already power cycled the rocket and were up and ready to go... 10 minutes before the waiver!
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-For the first time in the collective history of the project, we waited around with nothing to do before a launch. We were stunned (and happy).
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-At 3:45pm the window activated, and we pushed the launch button on the java `launchcontrol` software.
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-## <a name="Launch of LV2"></a> Launch of LV2
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-The countdown went exactly as expected and LV2 leapt off the launch tower. Nick tracked the rocket with our "TrackMaster 2000" shoulder-mounted receive antenna array.
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- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=judy_fischbach_08-20-2005&amp;id=Photo_2005_0820_131210AA"> <img alt="Photo_2005_0820_131210AA.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/judy_fischbach_08-20-2005/Photo_2005_0820_131210AA.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
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-Everyone else watched the launch, or huddled around the three laptops running `rocketview` or the ATV monitors. Dave got some _amazing_ photographs of the launch:
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- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=david_sharp_08-20-2005&amp;id=206_lv2_liftoff_edited"> <img alt="206_lv2_liftoff_edited.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/david_sharp_08-20-2005/206_lv2_liftoff_edited.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=david_sharp_08-20-2005&amp;id=207_lv2_liftoff_edited"> <img alt="207_lv2_liftoff_edited.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/david_sharp_08-20-2005/207_lv2_liftoff_edited.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=david_sharp_08-20-2005&amp;id=208_lv2_launch_edited"> <img alt="208_lv2_launch_edited.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/david_sharp_08-20-2005/208_lv2_launch_edited.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
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-... as did other folks:
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=nick_anderson_08-20-2005&amp;id=lv2_launch_zoom"> <img alt="lv2_launch_zoom.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/nick_anderson_08-20-2005/lv2_launch_zoom.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=fred_azinger_08-20-2005&amp;id=fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped"> <img alt="fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/fred_azinger_08-20-2005/fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=jay_beck_08-20-2005&amp;id=26_LV2_Blasts_Off_1"> <img alt="26_LV2_Blasts_Off_1.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/jay_beck_08-20-2005/26_LV2_Blasts_Off_1.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=jay_beck_08-20-2005&amp;id=28_LV2_In_flight_1"> <img alt="28_LV2_In_flight_1.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/jay_beck_08-20-2005/28_LV2_In_flight_1.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
-</div>
-
-Glenn reported that the ATV video was fantastic - almost no snow and was clear the whole flight.
-
-We saw the telemetry stream down on `rocketview`, which was exhilarating to see in real-time.
-
-We even saw the commands to fire pyrotechnic charges right at apogee.
-
-What happened next is unclear, but for whatever reason, the nose cone did not come off the airframe. This meant that no parachute ever deployed... and thus after apogee, LV2 keeled over and started descending ballistically. We received telemetry all the way to approximately 300 m above the ground, just a fraction of a second before impact, which gave us the GPS coordinates of the impact site. Prior to impact the rocket was still accelerating. The final velocity at impact was more than 560 mph.
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=nick_anderson_08-20-2005&amp;id=lv2_descent_zoom"> <img alt="lv2_descent_zoom.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/nick_anderson_08-20-2005/lv2_descent_zoom.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/jamey_sharp_08-20-2005/rv.png"> <img alt="100x75-rv.png" src="http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/jamey_sharp_08-20-2005/.cache/100x75-rv.png"> </a></center>
-</div>
-
-**_Update September 6, 2005: We think the gun powder recovery charge didn't burn completely, which in turn didn't pressurize the recovery module enough to blow off the nose cone. For more details, please see the [[postmortem analysis page|GeneralMeeting09012005]]._**
-
-## <a name="&quot;Recovery&quot; of LV2"></a> "Recovery" of LV2
-
-Three separate recovery teams trekked out to the last known GPS coordinates... and there was LV2, embedded in the soft dirt. Had it not been for the GPS, we would never have found it. It was embedded below the level of the sage brush and very little of the rocket was actually above ground.
-
-We're trying to figure out what exactly happened. Did the pyrotechnic charges fire? We think they did... but then why didn't the nose come off? Was the gunpowder charge bad? Did the nosecone get jammed on the recovery module? We hope we'll know more after a careful analysis of the remains of LV2, which we found about 0.7 mi from the launch tower based on the last GPS coordinates received from the rocket.
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=jay_beck_08-20-2005&amp;id=33_LV2_Dug_Into_Ground"> <img alt="33_LV2_Dug_Into_Ground.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/jay_beck_08-20-2005/33_LV2_Dug_Into_Ground.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=sarah_bailey_08-20-2005&amp;id=dscf1809"> <img alt="dscf1809.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/sarah_bailey_08-20-2005/dscf1809.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
-</div>
-
-We dug up the rocket to discover it was totally, and completely, destroyed. Nothing was left... not a single circuit board was left intact, including the compact flash card we were hoping to recover. We headed back to the launch control tents. It was, frankly, a pretty depressing end to a stunningly successful launch.
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=sarah_bailey_08-20-2005&amp;id=dscf1836"> <img alt="dscf1836.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/sarah_bailey_08-20-2005/dscf1836.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=sarah_bailey_08-20-2005&amp;id=dscf1855"> <img alt="dscf1855.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/sarah_bailey_08-20-2005/dscf1855.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=sarah_bailey_08-20-2005&amp;id=dscf1851"> <img alt="dscf1851.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/sarah_bailey_08-20-2005/dscf1851.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=jay_beck_08-20-2005&amp;id=35_LV2_After_Ground_Removal_1"> <img alt="35_LV2_After_Ground_Removal_1.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/jay_beck_08-20-2005/35_LV2_After_Ground_Removal_1.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
-</div>
-
-We looked over the remains at launch control, and were pleased to see that Baker the Sock Monkey Astronaut had survived -- barely -- the crash. We're sure that if Maggie has her way, he'll be rebuilt stronger, faster, and better for next launch.
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/view_photo.php?set_albumName=sarah_bailey_08-20-2005&amp;id=dscf1859"> <img alt="dscf1859.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/sarah_bailey_08-20-2005/dscf1859.thumb.jpg"> </a></center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="Data"></a> Data
-
-We got telemetry data, and put some analysis at [[BrothersOregonData08202005]]
-
-## <a name="Conclusion"></a> Conclusion
-
-We tore down camp and headed back to Portland. Despite losing a person-year or two of work, we have to admit we were elated with the launch. Everything worked beautifully, except for the one system we didn't expect to fail.
-
-So on one hand, congratulations to everyone for all the enormous success of the day. We'll be processing the data we received on the ground for many, many months to come. And on the other hand, condolences to everyone for the loss of a lot of hard work.
-
-So... anyone up for LV2.3? Or how about LV3? ;)
-
-----
-
-_Note: To see the launch logistics page, please see the previous revision [here](http://psas.pdx.edu/BrothersOregon08202005?rev=1.09)._
diff --git a/CanNodeSectionProcessor.mdwn b/CanNodeSectionProcessor.mdwn
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--- a/CanNodeSectionProcessor.mdwn
+++ b/CanNodeSectionProcessor.mdwn
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ Data Sheet for the [PIC18F458](http://www.microchip.com/11110/pline/picmicro/cat
Ridiculus first draft of what we've come up with for the processor section:
-<center> attachment:MeetingNotes03Mar02/PIC_section_schematic.jpg </center>
+<center> attachment:news/2002-03-03/PIC_section_schematic.jpg </center>
First draft of the Power Supply:
diff --git a/CapstoneLV2b.mdwn b/CapstoneLV2b.mdwn
index e4c0a10..131fe62 100644
--- a/CapstoneLV2b.mdwn
+++ b/CapstoneLV2b.mdwn
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
## Introduction
-Since the [[successful but finally disastrous launch|BrothersOregon08202005]] of Launch Vehicle No. 2 (LV2), the PSAS Avionics Team has been redesigning the avionics system. This new system, called the "LV2b" avionics system, should avoid the limitations of the old system:
+Since the [[successful but finally disastrous launch|news/2005-08-20]] of Launch Vehicle No. 2 (LV2), the PSAS Avionics Team has been redesigning the avionics system. This new system, called the "LV2b" avionics system, should avoid the limitations of the old system:
- Replace the Microchip PIC processors, which require Windows-based development tools and a proprietary commercial compiler, with a more open source microcontroller.
- Use a more sane communication protocols: either a more easy-to-use CAN system of IDs, or possibly switch to USB.
@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060307]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-03-07]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Avionics Team meeting: STM Microcontoller dissection 2</p>
@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060301]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-03-01]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Avionics Team meeting: STM Microcontoller dissection</p>
@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060222]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-02-22]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Avionics Team meeting: Microcontoller discussion</p>
@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060218]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-02-18]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Roundtable discussion: Microcontrollers</p>
@@ -116,7 +116,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060206]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-02-06]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Technical Workshop</p>
@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060203]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-02-03]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Project proposal presentation to Mark Faust.</p>
@@ -132,7 +132,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060201]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-02-01]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Team meeting; Finalize presentation.</p>
@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060127]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-01-27]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Project proposal workshop. #2</p>
@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060120]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-01-20]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Project proposal workshop.</p>
@@ -156,7 +156,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060118]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-01-18]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Team meeting, ask Tim questions.</p>
@@ -164,7 +164,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060113]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-01-13]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Roundtable discussion, start project proposal.</p>
@@ -172,7 +172,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20060104]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2006-01-04]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>USB discussion and schedule planning.</p>
@@ -180,7 +180,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20051220]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2005-12-20]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Discussed the overall goals of PSAS and how they relate to the capstone project.</p>
@@ -188,7 +188,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20051216]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2005-12-16]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Official meeting with faculty advisor, Mark Faust.</p>
@@ -196,7 +196,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneLv2b20051213]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2005-12-13]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>Discussed milestones, meeting with Faust, deliverables, some technical stuff.</p>
@@ -204,7 +204,7 @@ Here are [[links|CapstoneLV2bLinks]] to things discovered and used during the de
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
- <p>[[CapstoneTeamMeeting20051206]]</p>
+ <p>[[news/2005-12-06]]</p>
</td>
<td>
<p>First meeting of the capstone team. Introductions, discussion of USB vs. CAN, and EagleCAD</p>
diff --git a/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport.mdwn b/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport.mdwn
index 92f2917..958bba2 100644
--- a/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport.mdwn
+++ b/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport.mdwn
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ _Capstone Team Members:_
Our Capstone project was sponsored by the Portland State Aerospace Society. PSAS is a Portland State University student club that focuses on amateur rocketry projects. Students and industry professionals design and build motors, airframes, avionics hardware, and write software, all with the end goal of launching an "open source" rocket. All the designs and software are freely available on the PSAS website, so any amateur group could duplicate our results.
-Since the [[successful but finally disastrous launch|BrothersOregon08202005]] of Launch Vehicle No. 2 (LV2), the PSAS Avionics Team has been redesigning the avionics system. This new system, called the "LV2b" avionics system, should avoid the limitations of the old system:
+Since the [[successful but finally disastrous launch|news/2005-08-20]] of Launch Vehicle No. 2 (LV2), the PSAS Avionics Team has been redesigning the avionics system. This new system, called the "LV2b" avionics system, should avoid the limitations of the old system:
- Replace the Microchip PIC processors, which require Windows-based development tools and a proprietary commercial compiler, with a more open source microcontroller.
- Use saner communication protocols: either a more easy-to-use CAN system of IDs, or possibly switch to USB.
diff --git a/CapstoneLv2b20051213.mdwn b/CapstoneLv2b20051213.mdwn
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-# Capstone Team Meeting 2005/12/13
-
-## Deliverables
-
-- The generic node front end: design and prototype
-- Introduction (whitepaper)
-- Design notes
-
-## Schedule/Milestones
-
-1. Review of current design
-2. Detailed block diagram design (design review)
-3. Schematics design (design review)
-4. Board layout (design review)
-5. Constructed prototype
-6. Firmware demonstration
-7. Measured performance
-
-## Resources
-
-For the class they need:
-
-- Weekly progress reports
-- Project proposal by end of January to me (high level)
-- Project Design Specification turn in at the end
-- Final Presentation
-- How the project is partitioned?
-
-## Andrew To Do
-
-- Put some of Tim's design notes on the capstone pages (CapstoneLV2b)
-- Figure out the media of the design notes
-- Post the project proposal to the wiki
diff --git a/CapstoneLv2b20051216.mdwn b/CapstoneLv2b20051216.mdwn
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-# Capstone Team meeting December 16, 2005
-
-## Faust's expectations
-
-- WPR
- - sent the day before the weekly Team meeting
- - subject line should be [Capstone Team 25 - PSAS Avionics] WPR (Year-Month-Day)
- - first WPR should be sent next Monday (December 19th)
- - capstone website will have formating guidelines - see the bottom of <http://www.ece.pdx.edu/~faustm/capstone/students.htm>
-- Schedule, project proposal with PDS at the end of January
-- Oral presentation of project proposal at the end of January. Proposal should include:
- - introduction - what is PSAS, what are we building and why (Faust proposed that Jacob should handle this section)
- - project requirements - robustness and reliability (and why), environment the project will be put in
- - make sure the proposal doesn't leave out any information that is "obvious"
- - the proposal doesn't have to define whether the node will use CAN or USB, but it should discuss the pros and cons of both
-
-## Faust's role
-
-- Faust is available to review any documents or proposals before they are presented
-- Faust will try to make the weekly team meeting every other week (he will probably be at the meeting on Wednesday, January 4th)
-- Faust will also sit in on any proposal or design reviews
-
-## Action Items
-
-- Send Faust a link to the capstone team website
-- Send Faust a WPR on December 19th
-- Study:
- - avionics block diagram (found on the [[avionics homepage|AvionicsTeamHome]])
- - the white paper from the last CAN front-end design
- - more USB documents
- - get a brief overview of the CAN bus
-
-## Next meeting - December 20th, 7pm, FAB 155
-
-- Discuss block diagram (is it sane, should it be changed, how does it relate to the CAN front-end)
diff --git a/CapstoneLv2b20051220.mdwn b/CapstoneLv2b20051220.mdwn
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-Team Meeting 12/20/12 - Discussion of goals of PSAS, how those fit into capstone project.
-
-# Back to the Basics
-
-## Top down approach
-
-The long term goal of PSAS is to send a nanosatellite into orbit. The satellite really only needs to orbit once to validate our project. What do we need to go to orbit and release the "coke can satellite"?
-
-The coke can satellite must have:
-
-- communications down (to validate our claims that we met our goal)
-- antenna
-- webcam (can be low quality)
-- power - solar and batteries
-- shell (aeroframe)
-- GPS (?) - will it work in low earth orbit?
- - GPL-GPS - would be cheap and could get around the 8 mach/64,000 feet limitation of most commercially available GPS boards.
-
-The satellite described is similar to the "cubeSat". These small satellites are built in university classes at Stanford.
-
-Space agencies have a set weight requirement for the cargo in their rocket. If they end up loading all the gear they need and still have a few extra pounds that need to be filled, they will "rent out" that free space. The university loads the cubeSats into the rocket, and they will be released into low earth orbit.
-
-## Bottom up approach
-
-To get a satellite into orbit, we need a thrust-vector controlled rocket. The rocket must be able to go straight up, then curve horizontally and release the satellite (so that it doesn't get pulled into the earth's gravitational well).
-
-The satellite will eventually get pulled down toward earth due to gravitational forces and friction from molecules in the atmosphere. This may take several days, and a motor on the cubeSat would make the orbit last longer.
-
-The satellite (and rocket) will need to withstand extreme temperature changes, radiation, and vibration.
-
-# Rocket Requirements
-
-- big (need high-class motor to make it up, large airframe)
- - PSAS really can't afford to build a big rocket, but we could load our avionics into another group's airframe.
-- controlled trajectory (orbital insertion trajectory)
-- OPEN SOURCE (hardware and software)
- - this is mostly an educational project, and we want other groups to be able to duplicate our efforts
-- minimize cost and development time
-- maximize coolness
-
-# Sensors
-
-- GPS
- - gives an absolute position and altitude
- - GPS has a constant built-in error, so there is a "sphere" that represents your location
- - derives velocity from the Doppler shift
-- IMU
- - gives position over a small time scale
- - position is relative to when it is turned on
- - position drifts over time - t<sup>2</sup> drift over time because we have to integrate twice
-- 3D Magnetometer
-- pressure
-- temperature
-
-We want position, velocity, and acceleration on the x, y, and z axises. Each sensor has an associated error (denoted by placing a "hat" over the measurement) and we want to minimize that error.
-
-# Trajectory Control
-
-There are several ways to achieve orbital insertion trajectory.
-
-One way would be to have fins that are motor controlled; changing fin position will cause the rocket to change orientation. However, this stops working as the air gets thin (around 60,000 feet).
-
-Another way to control trajectory would be to use "thrust-vector control". One implementation would be to allow the motors to be pivoted. Changing the motor angle would change the rocket's orientation. Ideally, there would be four motors that could be controlled separately. A more difficult implementation would be to create an "oxidizer" control system. The system would control the oxygen/fuel mixture of the motors and control the thrust from each motor.
-
-In either case, we would need to have very good sensor data to control these systems.
-
-# Architecture
-
-There are several models for the avionics system that have been discussed:
-
-- star model - flight computer is central, with many branches from it to each sensor
-- peer-to-peer - sensors are all on one bus, and pass needed data back and forth on their own
-- flight computer model - like peer-to-peer, but FC controls data transfers
- - could be a serial bus or a parallel bus
-
-Would be nice to be able to send the firmware for the nodes across the bus and have them be dynamically configured.
-
-High bandwidth sensors:
-
-- GPS
- - either COTS (commercial off the shelf) GPS
- - or GPL-GPS (General Public License GPS)
-- IMU
-
-IMU takes up 40% of the current CAN bus, so it may make sense to put it on a separate bus. This may also be combined with pressure and temperature sensors on a separate bus. Testing will have to be done that shows how much bandwidth the IMU takes on the CAN bus.
-
-Low bandwidth sensors:
-
-- APS (avionics power supply)
-- ATV
-
-# Current Flight Computer
-
-Men Micro board:
-
-- Power PC architecture
-- uses MPC5200 chip
-- SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
-- I<sup>2</sup>C
-- two CAN buses
-- two serial ports
-- USB
-- ethernet
-- PCI
-- PCI-104 form factor
-- Uses Motorola CAN chip
-
-Limitations of the current flight computer:
-
-- there have been issues with the MPC5200 chip (rev C works)
-- other boards may have more USB ports
-- this board will need to have a breakout board for connections
-
-There aren't many "middle-line" Power PC chips - most are either low-end or high-end. This was the only board that offered what we needed and conformed to PCI-104. There is another board that isn't PCI-104 form factor that may work. _**(Andrew, link?)**_
-
-# Misc
-
-Glenn proposed an older fly-by-wire system used by the military. The pros and cons were discussed. _**(Glenn, link?)**_
-
-SMAD - space mission analysis and design - large book, but a good resource
-
-# Action Items
-
-- Read the 1999 white paper.
-- Where can we get a good Wiki math attachment? (Emma?)
- - <http://johannes.sipsolutions.net/Projects/new-moinmoin-latex> (better choice?)
- - <http://moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de/MathMlSupport> (does this actually work?)
- - reference: <http://mcelrath.org/Notes/WikiEngines>
-
-# Next meeting
-
-Wednesday, January 4th, 2006 - FAB155, 7pm. Professor Faust will be attending. (Didn't show.)
diff --git a/CapstoneLv2b20060104.mdwn b/CapstoneLv2b20060104.mdwn
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-# Avionics Team meeting (2006/01/04)
-
-## Communication bus discussion
-
-The old LV2 bus system, on the "bus continuum":
-
-master/slave model &lt; - - -flight computer model- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - &gt; peer-to-peer model
-
-- with CAN, we can use either the master/slave model, or a peer-to-peer model
-- with USB, we can only use the master/slave model
-
-The Men Micro board only brings out one USB port, but it has 2 CAN nodes. We could go totally USB, or we could put the IMU on one CAN bus, and put everything else on another CAN bus. The last system (where everything was on the same CAN bus), was adequate bandwidth-wise. For more information on CAN bus bandwidth utilization, see [[this page|CanBusUtilization]]. It is important to note that we might need more bandwidth in the future.
-
-(!) The avionics team has been kicking around the idea of having a node that monitors the rocket state and turns on a tri-colored LED according to the system state. As far as we can tell, there is no way to monitor the USB bus, unless it's through the host (the flight computer). Messages are intended for only one device, which means there would be redundancy in the messages to the state monitoring node.
-
-## USB discussion
-
-USB pros:
-
-- lots of bandwidth
-- device drivers are easy to write
-- can easily test device drives with a laptop (don't have to mess with uncanny or Cantalope)
-
-A USB node would most likely be self powered. The problem the avionics team had with the last rocket was that the bus voltage was a wide range. When the lithium ion batteries were being charged, the bus voltage could be as high as 20V. It was usually between 10V-15V, but each node needed a specific DC current (9V or 12V, exactly). Thus a switching power supply was needed for each node, to convert the "20V" bus down to the required voltage.
-
-## USB fact and question list
-
-Facts:
-
-- uses master/slave model only
-- requires a host and a hub
-- FC uses USB 1.1 (full speed is 12Mbps)
-- we will probably need to make our own connectors and special wiring
-
-Questions:
-
-- Does PP1 require a physical layer chip?
- - (./) MPC2500 has OHCI (which requires more hardware). This means we need to make or buy a chip.
-- how do we do power up without 5 volts? (3.3V/5V)
-- latency with multiple endpoints?
- - Isochronous scheduling
- - each device is polled every 1ms
- - note that this does NOT mean that with 5 devices, you have 5ms between polls.
- - when adding more isochronous devices, you have to make sure that the max packet size you allocate for each endpoint doesn't go over the maximum bytes allowed in a frame
- - no handshaking, no way of knowing the data was received
- - if a CRC check fails during an isochronous transfer, what happens?
- - (./) If a CRC check fails, the receiver ignores the packet, and the transmitter doesn't try to resend the failed packet. For system-critical nodes where we really want the message to get through, the USB driver or client software would probably attempt to resend the packet during the next poll. According to the USB 1.1 spec, errors due to electrical failures are rare.
-
-## Misc
-
-- "LEO" low earth orbit
-- "GEO" geosynchronous earth orbit (or geostationary earth orbit)
- - about 36,000 km (23,000 miles) above the earth
- - this is the ultimate goal for satellite positioning
- - when a satellite is in GEO, it moves at the same speed as the earth
- - a satellite in GEO always looks like it's overhead
-
-## Action Items
-
-- Do more research on USB safety-critical systems
-- Add to [[bus discussion page|CapstoneLv2bBusDiscussion]] and [[project proposal page|CapstoneLv2bProjectProposal]]
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-# Friday, January 13th, 2005
-
-Sarah, Jacob, Bart, Jamey, Andrew, Glenn
-
-- Student meeting
-- ECE round tables, 10am
-- agenda
- - finish decision matrix for communication busses
- - start project proposal
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-# Wednesday, January 18th, 2006
-
-Sarah, Jacob, Tim, Glenn
-
-- Avionics team meeting (Andrew out of town January 15-22)
-- FAB 155, 7pm
-- go over microcontroller decision matrix and product proposal rough draft with PSAS members
-- Ask Tim to diferentiate between needs and wants.
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-# Friday, January 20th, 2006
-
-Sarah, Jacob, Jamey, Glenn
-
-- Student meeting
-- ECE round tables, 10am
-- finish project proposal, start on project schedule
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-# Friday January 27, 2006
-
-Present: Sarah, Jacob
-
-- Finalize slides for presentation
-- Finalize schedule
-- Finalize PDS
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-# Wednesday, February 1st, 2006
-
-Present: Sarah, Jacob, Glenn, Andrew, Tim
-
-Agenda:
-
-- Avionics team meeting
-- FAB 155, 7pm
-- dry run presentation to PSAS
-
-Minutes:
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-# Friday, February 3rd, 2006
-
-Present: Sarah, Jacob, Glenn, (then later) Andrew and Mark
-
-Agenda:
-
-- Capstone team meeting - should we meet before the presentation?
-- start 1:30pm in FAB 160-10, may move to FAB 155 at 2pm
-- present project proposal to industry sponsor and faculty advisor (and whoever else shows up)
-
-Minutes:
-
-- We started working in the engineerig round table area then moved to FAB 155 with the InFocus projector. We determined which parts of the presentation each member will present and then timed the actual presentation. Jacob was about 5 min, Sarah was about 6 min, and Glenn was about 17 min! (Glenn blabbers too much!). The organization was changed to balance out the load better.
-- We presented the proposal to Mark and he though it was very good.
-- Notes taken during the post-presentation discussion:
- - Mark suggested we provide in the schedule:
- - Time to write up a formal written test plan. The test plan should cover "category testing" to be done with details.
- - Time to review test plan.
- - Need to describe what hardware and software is needed for testing. Where will we get it if we don't have it, and how long will it take and cost to acquire.
- - Mark asked we get these additions to him before we complete the design decisions.
- - In the PDS we should indicate what the requirements of the microcontroller are (we have done this). I think this was just a side note of something to be aware of.
- - Break down schematic design into chunks smaller than 14 days. Mark suggests three 5 day chunks.
- - Include time to digest other team parts. This may not be highly important if we are working closely together with our parts, but becomes real important if members go off to do their parts alone.
- - Need an API in the white paper and engineering notebook.
- - Use other Node developers (e.g. Markus) as white paper guinea pigs of the API. (Sarah; No guinea pigs will be harmed in this project! ;) )
- - Document how to get the tool chain up and running.
- - Allow time in the schedule to get tool chain up and running on individual workstations.
-
-Note:
-
-- - Mark has about 40 Telos Motes; They are available for development. Ask Mark for info about them.
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-# Monday Feburary 6, 2006
-
-Capstone Technical Workshop
-
-Present: Andrew, Tim, Sarah, Jacob, Glenn
-
-## Agenda
-
-- Review technical microcontroller issues
-- Tim present SPS circuit
-
-## Minutes
-
-### Andrew presented the whole APS philosophy as used in LV2a
-
-Here's a blurry picture of the power block diagram of LV2a's power system. Note the Avionics Power System (APS) with the Lithium Ion battery pack and power switches. Then notice the DC-DC converters scattered around - big ones for the RF power amplifiers, small ones on the nodes' front end.
-
-![](lv2a_power_block_diagram.jpg)
-
-### Discussed CAN/Power connector used in LV2a and things we don't like about it
-
-Here's a picture of the notes. The drawing is mostly of the old connector. Here's a link to the old connector: <http://www.jst-mfg.com/pdfE/eJED.pdf/>
-
-![](connector_requirements_and_sketch.jpg)
-
-### Tim presented the SPS used on LV2a nodes
-
-Here's the sketch of the new SPS block diagram (t's a composite of three shots). Note the repeat of the switching circuit, and the three outputs based on using a split inductor.
-
-![](new_fe_sps_block_diagram.jpg)
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-Attending: Glenn and Sarah.
-
-Glenn drew the maximum node front end size, and the maximum size of the various microcontroller packages (64 pins, 100 pins, and 144 pins). After looking at the 144 pin package size, we decided it was just too big for our application.
-
-After ruling out all the 144 pin packages, we were left with 2-4 microcontrollers in each category (CAN only, USB only, and both CAN and USB). We picked the most obvious candidates for each category, and compared across categories. The CAN only microcontrollers didn't come in anything less than 100 pins, and the same was true of the USB and CAN packages. The USB only microcontrollers came in as small as 64 pins (which is the same size as the previous 44 pin PIC package). Since Andrew was unlikely to go with a USB only chip, we said the USB and CAN microcontroller (Atmel) was the best choice. [[However...|CapstoneLv2b20060222]]
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-Attending: Tim, Andrew, Glenn, Sarah, Jacob, Bart, Jamey (various other software team people).
-
-# Microcontroller Summary
-
-Last Friday, Glenn and Sarah met to complete the ARM microcontroller comparision sheet. They thought that the Atmel 100 pin CAN and USB chip was the obvious choice, since the CAN chips didn't have a 64 pin version.
-
-However, Andrew reminded them that they missed the STMicro chips. The chips are 64 pins, and can have either USB or CAN. Tim says the USB and CAN pins are the same, so they could easily be swapped out. We also looked at a GPS front end board that had a 100 pin ARM chip and realized that a 100 pin package is just too big. The board needed four layers to handle the 100 pins.
-
-Since the 64 pin STM microntrollers were looking to be the best candidates, we needed to decide whether to choose a USB only or a CAN only microcontroller.
-
-# Communications Bus Discussion
-
-(Basic rehash of [[older discussion|CapstoneLv2bBusDiscussion]].)
-
-Bart's points about CAN:
-
-- bandwidth is an issue - we're currently using at least 40% of CAN's 1Mbps bandwidth, which limits what new things we can add to the rocket.
-- no kernel-level specification
-
-Bart's points about USB:
-
-- complex
-- fast
-- we aren't going to be using a lot of the bandwidth, so we won't be pushing the specification.
-
-Andrew's worries about USB:
-
-- latency - if the bus goes down, how long will it take to enumerate the nodes?
-
-With CAN, we'll be redefining a higher level of abstraction over the CAN hardware. With USB, the upper layer is already there.
-
-# What about starting with USB?
-
-Andrew worries that picking a good physical layer for USB could take time. Bart pointed out that we don't need the PHY for testing. It was proposed that we make room on the schematic for the PHY, but just use a jumper for the first prototype boards. Glenn proposed that we use a mini-A USB connector for the prototype boards, since the normal connector might be too big.
-
-If we actually start using the USB nodes, we'll have to create an adaptor (or perhaps an active node) to connect a normal USB cable to our special locking connectors on the nodes. We'll also have to get a "wall wart" to convert house current to the 19V the nodes require.
-
-It was proposed (and accepted) that we do a schematic for both CAN and USB layouts, but only fab the USB board at first. The software team can test the USB node front end, and if it doesn't work out, we still have the CAN layout.
-
-# Misc
-
-STM has source code for USB.
-
-Philips' 64 pin CAN microcontroller doesn't have the same footprint as STMicro's 64 pin microcontroller.
-
-# Action Items
-
-Get the STMicroelectronics parts in the ARMs spread sheet.
-
-Carefully go through the STM microcontroller data sheets. Look for show stoppers and things that are obviously broken. Also be on the look out for vague sections--these may indicate weaknesses in the design. Look for things we're giving up by not choosing another part.
-
-Specifically look for:
-
-- fast flash
-- the process type (e.g. 0.1u process)
-- power consumption
-- Serial boot (also known as UART boot, ROM boot, and boot loader)
-- wait states on the memory (1 wait state means you lose one clock cycle)
-- PLL
-- real time clock
-- has eCos been ported to it?
-- drivers
-- software tools support (and what license is it under)
-- internal interrupt handling
-
-There should be a critique of this microcontroller on the wiki by next Wednesday.
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-Attending: Tim, Andrew, Glenn, Jacob, Sarah, and various Software Team members.
-
-We discussed the downsides of the STM USB ARM chip. We found quite a few "warts". We had issues with the clock and PLL systems, the internal voltage regulators, USB implementation, and ADC and oscillator slowness. The full dissection can be found [[here|NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/STMDiscussion]].
-
-Since the STM chip has these warts, we started to explore other alternatives. The Philips CAN and USB parts were well documented and had good tool support. However, the CAN chip has 16KB RAM, which is below our 32KB requirement. Also, the USB chip uses an internal 1.8V regulator and the CAN chip does not. This means we can't just drop in a different chip like we can with the STM chips. Atmel has great USB support, but no CAN chips. Both vendor alternatives don't offer a drop-in solution, but we weren't happy with the STM chip.
-
-It was decided to take another week to dissect the Philips and Atmel USB chips to see if they were any better than the STM chip.
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-We did this...
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-# First "unoffical" Capstone Team meeting
-
-Attending: [[Sarah Bailey|SarahBailey]], [[GlennLeBrasseur]], Jacob Davidson, Andrew Greenberg, and various other PSAS members.
-
-## Project Brainstorming (Requirements, etc.)
-
-### CAN vs. USB
-
-For USB, the host always asks for data (nodes can't transmit unless the host polls them). USB may or may not have the priority transmission scheme that CAN has (i.e. in CAN, the node with the lowest ID number has the highest priority and will transmit before other nodes). \*AI\* Find [[RealTime]] applications of USB (like automotive applications) - use Compendex from PSU library page. Applications articles would be a good source to see how other people dealt with the priority issues.
-
-Andrew says, even with isochronous transfers, the host must still initiate the transfer. Bart claims the host controller hides the polling for data. Andrew claims the lowest protocol layer might get to us. Bart says you can avoid some of the "plug &amp; play" issues by having a static USB setup. Greg Kroah-Hartman is the Linux USB guy (we might be able to set up a meeting with him). Is the latency specified to microseconds or milliseconds? Is there a data frame packer delay across device?
-
-Andrew says CAN has the properties of a "fly by wire" system. Bosch replaced CAN by FlexRay, which is also a "fly by wire" system.
-
-Is there a "CAN in a nutshell" document? Andrew says there are CAN bus links to documents (I've linked them from the Capstone homepage).
-
-We should decide whether we're doing USB or CAN or both by early January (since we have have a project proposal by the end of January).
-
-### EagleCAD demo
-
-Old CAN nodes are in subversion (EagleCAD files). EagleCAD is an open source layout tool. There is a free version and a paid version. The free version will do most things, although neither version will do four-layer boards. EagleCAD does do automatic place and route, but you should do it manually first.
-
-<http://cadsoft.de> is the official EagleCAD website.
-
-## Random Notes
-
-You can buy a USB to CAN converter.
-
-Should the HAP be a part of every CAN node? It's not necessary for all nodes, so why should we make each node bigger than it has to be? Other nodes may only need a smaller battery or a super capacitor.
-
-Could have SPI (serial peripheral interface) to connect to other nodes.
-
-18 volt power from the CAN bus, have to convert to a smaller voltage. Arm cores have 1.8 volts, but they use 3.3 volts for I/O.
-
-### Replacements for EagleCAD?
-
-XPCB is another open source tool, but it doesn't have a schematic capture. You could, however, generate a netlist from another tool (like Saber). We'd like to stick with one tool though.
-
-## Next Meeting
-
-Scheduled for December 13th (7pm, Andrew's cabin). "Official" Capstone meeting with Professor Faust December 16th, 11am, in FAB 160-16. Also meeting scheduled for December 20th, 7pm, probably in FAB 155.
-
-Official meeting agenda: Capstone members should come with a list of questions. The sponsor will explain the project, and minions (oops, team members) should ferret out deliverables, objectives, goals, and schedules.
-
-Workshop for EagleCAD coming soon. PARTS was talking about doing a workshop, we should try to coordinate with them.
-
-If we decide to do USB, we can ask questions and/or set up an appointment with Greg Kroah-Hartman.
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-# <a name="Communication Team Meeting Novem"></a> Communication Team Meeting November 19th, 2003
-
-**In attendence:** Timr, Tim, Glenn, Dave, Andrew
-
-## <a name="First step: Sensitivity analysis"></a> First step: Sensitivity analysis, more measurements, vacuum pumps
-
-- Tim does a sensitivity analysis
-- Meet at the VNA and:
- - Remeasure the cylindrical patches
- - Squish the antennas and see how that affects the resonance (with thick polyethylene sheet)
- - Maybe try baking an antenna to see if that makes a difference
-- Andrew runs the foam in a bell jar to see what happens to the foam at different pressures
-- Do a run at NW EMC as soon as we can
-
-## <a name="Second step: Design the antennas"></a> Second step: Design the antennas
-
-- Take our best guess at a new antenna design
-- Choose to go for it, or throw this design out the window and start over
-
-## <a name="Third step: Get the v3&#39;s made or"></a> Third step: Get the v3's made or start over
-
-- Make antennas or start over.
-
-## <a name="Other stuff"></a> Other stuff
-
-- Timr brought up feeding with a slot and thus getting rid of those pesky connectors
-- Dave brought up circular polarization
-- Foam may not be good under pressure changes. If it isn't, then we might need a solid dielectric.
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Follow up"></a> Follow up
-
-### <a name="Tim&#39;s sensitivity analysis"></a> Tim's sensitivity analysis
-
-The frequency shift vs epsilon\_r is about -572 MHz at epsilon\_r = 1.2, meaning to lower the resonant frequency 5MHz requires an epsilon\_r of around 1.209, which is about +0.7%.
-
-The frequency shift vs dielectric gap is about -3.79 MHz/mm, which is quite low. So this should not be an important factor.
-
-On the other hand, the sensitivity vs gap assumes a _constant_ epsilon\_r in the gap. This may not be the case since it would seem the density of the foam, and therefore its dielectric constant is affected by its state of compression. As noted, anything that changes the dielectric coefficient changes the frequency quite a bit.
-
-### <a name="Foam Sucking"></a> Foam Sucking
-
-See [[CommWorkshop21Nov2003]].
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop Feburary"></a><a name="Communication Workshop Feburary "></a> Communication Workshop Feburary 3rd, 2004
-
-## <a name="What explains the thickness diff"></a> What explains the thickness differences?
-
-There is a considerable thickness difference between the cylindrical patch antennas (CPAs) and the flat cylindrical patch antennas (FCPAs). It comes out to about a ~5 MHz difference in frequency, which is of borderline importance. But we think it's important to account for these things.
-
-[[Thickness Graph-1|CommWorkshop03Feb2004/thickness-1.png]]
-
-The above graph shows the thickness of the foam dielectric for the first six test antennas, measured with great care with digital calipers. The thickness is in meters. The red portion is the thickness of the cylindrical antennae, the blue shows the flat antennae. The horizontal axis is arbitrary, but it is in order of increasing operating frequency. "1" marks the ATV antennae, "2" the GPS, and "3" the WiFi antennae. The connecting lines have been drawn to emphasize the correlation between the cylindrical and flat antenna thicknesses.
-
-The existence of this correlation is, at present, unexplained.
-
-We at first thought the order of antenna manufacturing would tell us something, but it doesn't that we can see:
-
-Build Order: (Cylindricals built at black rock, flats in Portland)
-
-1. Cylindrical WiFi
-2. Cylindrical GPS
-3. Cylindrical ATV
-4. Flat WiFi
-5. Flat GPS
-6. Flat ATV
-
-So we hypothesized reasons for thickness difference:
-
-- Air pressure
-- Thickness of tape given beginning/middle/end of roll
-- Bunches as it goes around a curved surface
-- Crinkles as the wound tape is put flat
-- Temperature
-
-We think that the pressure really might make a difference - all the CPA's built in the BRD (5,000 ft) were slightly thicker than the flats built in my basement.
-
-Here's our explanation (Some of the data for this calculation comes from our [[foam-sucking experiments|CommWorkshop21Nov2003]] page.)
-
-Based on our foam-sucking experiments, The foam tape expands easily in a weak vacuum, but reaches a maximum expansion of about 34% under full vacuum.
-
-- We can interpolate the expansion at 5000' from the foam-sucking data.
- - delta-thickness/delta-pressure = (x1-x2)/(P1-P2)
- - = (2.70 mm - 3.49 mm) / (101325 Pa - 50662.5 Pa)
- - = -15.6 nm/Pa
-
-- At 5000' the standard pressure is 84307 Pa . The relative change is:
- - (2.70 mm - 15.6 nm/Pa \* (84307 Pa - 101325 Pa))/(2.70 mm)
- - = +9.8%
-
-From our graph above, the average change from the flat to cylindrical antennas is +9.4%, which is entirely consistent with the foam-sucking data.
-
-We think that there might be linear change in the thickness of the tape between the beginning of the tape roll and the end, but this can't explain our non-monotonic results. At this point we just don't know.
-
-## <a name="What Next"></a> What Next
-
-We decided to build 1 or 2 more CPAs in Portland, near sea level, as soon as we could. Also, we want to try the eyelet technology to make sure that's viable for the v3 design. So here's the current timeline:
-
-1. Andrew preps the remaining v2 antennas and copper ground plane, and purchases new foam at RS Hughes. Possibly very wide foam.
-2. Tim gets eyelet technology.
-3. Tim and Andrew meet Friday morning to build the antennas with the eyelets: they record the temperature and pressure.
-4. We deliver the antenna(s) to Glenn Friday and he tests them on the VNA for resonant frequency and bandwidth that weekend: Saturday, Sunday or Monday.
-5. Tim and Andrew take the results, and if they're vaguely consistent, finally finish the v3 design. If they're really off, then we panic™ and call a meeting.
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop June 04,"></a><a name="Communication Workshop June 04, "></a> Communication Workshop June 04, 2003
-
-Before we headed out to the Xerox anechoic chamber (and thus get some kind of idea of the CPA's propogation), we wanted to test the SWR of the antennas. So we brought the antenn down to the PSU microwave lab.
-
-Attached below are the data files from the HP 8753E Vector Network Analyzer (VNA). Unfortunately, we didn't save the JPEG's of the screens.
-
-What we found was that the initial SWR of 7 was due to microfine cracks in the radiators on the top surface of the RT Duroid. We soldered over the obvious cracks and immediately got a SWR of 2.0 at the design frequency of 2.422 GHz.
-
-Here's the data, from an Excel import of the data:
-
-<div>
- <center>[[v1 Wifi 2.422GHz Cyndrical Patch Antenna SWR vs frequency|CommWorkshop04Jun2003/v1_wifi_cpa_swr.png]] [[v1 GPS 1.575GHz Cyndrical Patch Antenna SWR vs frequency|CommWorkshop04Jun2003/v1_gps_cpa_swr.png]]</center>
-</div>
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-# <a name="Communications Team Workshop Feb"></a> Communications Team Workshop February 6th 2004
-
-Based on a [[discussion this last Tuesday|CommWorkshop03Feb2004]] on what causes the thickness differences in the antennas, Tim, Jared and I met to build two more v2 cylindrical patch antennas (CPAs).
-
-We first built up a WiFi (2.422 GHz) antenna, with the same technique we used in the [[desert|BlackRockSept2003]]:
-
-1. Cut out the FR4 antenna
-2. Cut out a piece of the 0.005" copper to match the height of the antenna. Make it 5.25 \* pi = 16.493 in. long.
-3. Wrap the Cu around one of the bottoms of the Al airframe blank (the "mandrel") and hold in place with little bits of kapton tape.
-4. Start wrapping the 0.75 in. double-sticky polyethylene foam tape in layers around the Cu, starting the from bottom. That way you can just spin the mandrel around and feed the tape off the roll on the table so it is automatically aligned with the bottom edge.
-5. Each successive strip should be snuggled up next to the preceding strip as closely as possible without air gaps but also without bunching the tape. Use an exacto knife to cut the tape at the exact right place, but remove carefully since it might stick to the other side in the process.
-6. Some of the tape will undoubtedly run off the Cu onto the Al. To keep the Al clean, use a wrap of 1 in. wide masking tape right above the Cu sheet.
-7. Remove all of the plastic off the tape.
-8. Carefully align the antenna with the Cu sheet, and with the antenna FR4 straight up and down on the table, slowly rotate the mandrel while smoothing down the FR4 onto the exposed tape.
-9. Remove the antenna off the mandrel. Take a staple, and push it through the feed hole in the FR4 to make a hole through the Cu. DON'T put your finger behind the whole. Doh!
-10. Cut out a square hole in the Cu ground plane from behind, just big enough to the let the teflon insulator on the center conductor pass through.
-11. Strip some coax: make about 0.25 - 0.5 in. diameter circle of ground braid by unbraiding it, and be sure to leave only a small amount - like ~ 1/16 in - of teflon insulation.
-12. Poke the center conductor through the hole (this is a giant pain) and solder it, using flux.
-13. Solder the braid on the back, with a 150W soldering gun, again using flux.
-
-The antenna turned out to be 0.066 inches thick, which is consistent with, but surprisingly thinner than, the flat antennas built here in PDX.
-
-We then built another GPS antenna (1.575 GHz). This time, we used the cool new "eyelet" technology to make the plated-through hole for the center feed. To do that:
-
-1. Cut off the itsy-bitsy rivet-like eyelets with a jewelers saw. Take a piece of material (like brass sheeting) of the thickness you want, drill a hole in it to fit the eyelet, and then cut off flush to that surface. We used 1/32 in. brass, and that seemed to work well.
-2. Drill out the hole to the right diameter. Make sure it doesn't have a raised lip from the drilling.
-3. Tin the copper microstrips.
-4. Press in the eyelet, and then wack it with a pick or pin or whatnot in order to splay out the straight edges (make them round outwards).
-5. Once the straight edges are sufficiently bent over or out, tap gently on them with a nice clean hammer. That make it all nice and flat and rivet-like. CHECK TO MAKE SURE THE EYELET IS FLUSH WITH THE FR4 EVERY FEW TAPS!
-6. Solder on the eyelet to the pre-tinned microstrip.
-7. Proceed to building the antenna just like above.
-
-This antenna also turned out to be 0.066 inches thick.
-
-# <a name="Conclusions"></a> Conclusions
-
-This is good news; it looks like our hypothesis of the [[change in air pressure causes change in thickness|CommWorkshop03Feb2004]] is sitting pretty... although there could be other, more true, explanations! But the air pressure changes seem likely.
-
-Note that in Portland, the tape thickness is ~ 0.55 in. In the BRD, it's 0.070 in. So where is it 0.062 inches, like it should be? Well heck, at about 2,000 ft MSL, right about where the 3M manufacturing plant is in Minnesota. Go figure! But this brings up a critical issue: 3M has many manufacturing plants, and according to R.S. Hughes, more than one produce the 4466. **_This means we need to make sure that we get the foam from the same manufacturing plant each time we order!!_**
-
-Note that the thinner tape made the FR4 too long; it overlapped itself by a few millimeters. On the v3 antennas, we'll need to take this into account and make the circumference length slightly shorter.
-
-The eyelet technology works great; as long as it doesn't screw up the S11, it's a winner. We should try and get the right sized rivets and something better to install them with... but in an emergency, we can just do it by hand.
-
-Although things seem to be falling into place, **_we still don't know why the flat antennas give us a lower Er than the cylindrical antennas._** This is a bit disturbing, more so now because the air pressure vs thickness arguments seems to point out that the flat antennas should have a _higher_ Er than the cylindricals. So we think it might be a geometry issue... but if it is, why doesn't anyone know about it? The [[results from this coming Monday's test|CommWorkshop09Feb2004]] should at least tell us if we should stick with our cylindrical data or figure out Plan B, whatever that is.
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop October 0"></a> Communication Workshop October 06, 2003
-
-**Who:** Glenn (!)
-
-Glenn did the first round of testing the CPAs which were fabbed in the desert of Nevada. The results were off scale for all but the 1.277 GHz ATV antenna, so if you're interested in all three antennas see the next workshop we did: [[CommWorkshop10Oct2003]]
-
-## <a name="Testing the air in the lab"></a> Testing the air in the lab
-
-The three CPA antennas were tested in the PSU microwave lab using an HP 8753E Vector Network Analyzer. The test measured the S11 parameter.
-
-Attached below are the screen dump images made by the [[HP8753E]] VNA on 7-Oct-2003. The 1.2 GHz test actually shows resonance. Included also is the 1.2 GHz SWR graph with the marker positioned at resonance to show the minimum SWR and resonant frequency. This will allow us to reverse-design to find an actual real world Er, and then compensate the design. The tests at 2.4 GHz and 1.5 GHz need to be performed again to find resonance to check this reverse-design procedure.
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-# <a name="Commmunication Team Workshop Jun"></a> Commmunication Team Workshop June 7thy, 2004
-
-**Who:** Tim, Andrew and eventually Glenn.
-
-**Agenda**:
-
-1. Drive up to Timberline lodge (~6,000ft MSL) and construct a Wifi (2.4 GHz) and a GPS (1.5 GHz) cylindrical patch antenna.
-2. Go to PSU and measure the VSWR and bandwidth.
-
-**Things we brought:**
-
-- exacto
-- long rulers
-- foam
-- CPA PCB's
-- kapton tape
-- soldering iron + solder + desoldering stuff (250W iron for ground plane) + flux
-- SMA stubs
-- GPS w/altimeter
-
-**Things we should have brought:**
-
-- Glass - a flat surface to built the CPAs on.
-
-**What happened:**
-
-We tore up to Timberline lodge, built two CPAs in the restaurant/bar area, and zipped down to PSU to test them.
-
-_Andrew notes: Silcox hut person Shaundra 503.622.0756. $500 charge for 11:00am - 3:00pm_
-
-----
-
-We met Glenn down at the PSU Microwave Lab and tested out the antennas we built. Here's the data:
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN04.JPG]]<br><em>Fig 1: Smith Chart of WiFi (2.4 GHz) CPA... yikes!</em><p>[[SCRN05.JPG]]<br><em>Fig 2: VSWR of WiFi (2.4 GHz) CPA</em></p>
- <p>[[SCRN06.JPG]]<br><em>Fig 3: Smith Chart of GPS (1.5 GHz) CPA</em></p>
- <p>[[SCRN07.JPG]]<br><em>Fig 4: VSWR of GPS (1.5 GHz) CPA</em></p>
- <p>[[SCRN08.JPG]]<br><em>Fig 5: Retry of the smith Chart of WiFi (2.4 GHz) CPA... better, but why?</em></p>
- <p>[[SCRN09.JPG]]<br><em>Fig 6: Retry of the VSWR of WiFi (2.4 GHz) CPA</em></p>
- </center>
-</div>
-
-_Glenn comments: I really need to remember to place the marker over the resonant frequency when recording the screen shots._
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop November"></a><a name="Communication Workshop November "></a> Communication Workshop November 8th, 2004
-
-<div>
- <ul>
- <li><a href="#Communication Workshop November">Communication Workshop November 8th, 2004</a><ul>
- <li><a href="#Part I: VNA test of antennas"> Part I: VNA test of antennas</a><ul>
- <li><a href="#First calibration: 2.20 GHz to 2"> First calibration: 2.20 GHz to 2.45GHz (NOT SAVED)</a></li>
- <li><a href="#Wifi CPA"> Wifi CPA</a></li>
- <li><a href="#Wifi Monopole"> Wifi Monopole</a></li>
- <li><a href="#Wifi 12-turn helix"> Wifi 12-turn helix</a></li>
- <li><a href="#Wifi 10-turn helix"> Wifi 10-turn helix</a></li>
- <li><a href="#SECOND calibration: 1.23 GHz to"> SECOND calibration: 1.23 GHz to 1.27GHz (NOT SAVED)</a></li>
- <li><a href="#ATV 6-turn helix"> ATV 6-turn helix</a></li>
- <li><a href="#ATV 12-turn helix"> ATV 12-turn helix</a></li>
- <li><a href="#ATV CPA"> ATV CPA</a></li>
- <li><a href="#THIRD calibration: 1.5 GHz to 1."> THIRD calibration: 1.5 GHz to 1.6GHz (NOT SAVED)</a></li>
- <li><a href="#GPS CPA"> GPS CPA</a></li>
- </ul>
- </li>
- <li><a href="#Old Measurements"> Old Measurements</a><ul>
- <li><a href="#6-turn ATV Helix"> 6-turn ATV Helix</a></li>
- <li><a href="#12-turn ATV Helix"> 12-turn ATV Helix</a><ul>
- <li><a href="#Second calibration: 1.2 GHz to 1"> Second calibration: 1.2 GHz to 1.3 GHz (FILE01)</a></li>
- <li><a href="#Third calibration: 0.75 GHz to 2"> Third calibration: 0.75 GHz to 2.5 GHz (FILE02)</a></li>
- <li><a href="#Fourth calibration: 2.3 GHz to 2"> Fourth calibration: 2.3 GHz to 2.5 GHz (FILE03)</a></li>
- </ul>
- </li>
- <li><a href="#12-turn wifi Helix"> 12-turn wifi Helix</a></li>
- <li><a href="#10-turn wifi Helix &quot;A&quot;"> 10-turn wifi Helix &quot;A&quot;</a></li>
- <li><a href="#wifi Monopole"> wifi Monopole</a></li>
- <li><a href="#wifi CPA"> wifi CPA</a></li>
- </ul>
- </li>
- <li><a href="#Part II: ATV System Long Distanc"> Part II: ATV System Long Distance (~5mi) Test</a></li>
- </ul>
- </li>
- </ul>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="Part I: VNA test of antennas"></a> Part I: VNA test of antennas
-
-We tried running VNA tests with a 8ft RG142 SMA to SMA extention cable. This gave us very, very strange results: all of our antennas looked like perfect dummy loads across astounding frequencies. We hypothesize that the cable was too lossy, and that it was attenuating the signal strength down to levels the VNA didn't see.
-
-### <a name="First calibration: 2.20 GHz to 2"></a> First calibration: 2.20 GHz to 2.45GHz (NOT SAVED)
-
-### <a name="Wifi CPA"></a> Wifi CPA
-
-Cable: PSU's short SMA to SMA, SMA barrel
-
-- Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz
-- Resonant Frequency: 2.333 GHz
-- Low band cutoff: 2.263 GHz
-- High band cutoff: 2.385 GHz
-- == Bandwidth: 122 MHz
-- SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:2.70
-- SWR @ Resonant Frequency: 1:1.13
-
-SCRN00.JPG: Wifi CPA: SWR, Marker at design frequency<br /> SCRN01.JPG: Wifi CPA: SWR, Marker at resonant frequency<br /> SCRN02.JPG: Wifi CPA: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency<br />
-
-### <a name="Wifi Monopole"></a> Wifi Monopole
-
-Cable: PSU's short SMA to SMA, SMA barrel, PSU's SMA to N
-
-- Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz
-- Resonant Frequency: 2.275 GHz
-- Low band cutoff: 2.073 GHz (OUT OF CAL)
-- High band cutoff: 2.522 GHz (OUT OF CAL)
-- == Bandwidth: 449 MHz
-- SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:1.65
-- SWR @ Resonant Frequency: 1:1.17
-
-SCRN03.JPG: Wifi Monopole: SWR, Marker at design frequency<br /> SCRN04.JPG: Wifi Monopole: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency<br />
-
-### <a name="Wifi 12-turn helix"></a> Wifi 12-turn helix
-
-Cable: PSU's short SMA to SMA, SMA barrel, PSU's SMA to N
-
-- Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz
-- Resonant Frequency: Forgot to record
-- Low band cutoff: Already past 1:2
-- High band cutoff: Already past 1:2
-- == Bandwidth: Forgot to record
-- SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:2.61
-- SWR @ Resonant Frequency: 1:1.82
-
-SCRN05.JPG: Wifi 12-turn helix: SWR, Marker at design frequency<br /> SCRN06.JPG: Wifi 12-turn helix: SWR, Marker at resonant frequency<br /> SCRN07.JPG: Wifi 12-turn helix: Smith chart, Marker at design frequency<br />
-
-### <a name="Wifi 10-turn helix"></a> Wifi 10-turn helix
-
-Cable: PSU's short SMA to SMA, SMA barrel, PSU's SMA to N
-
-- Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz
-- Resonant Frequency: 2.374 GHz (dip closest to design frequency)
-- Low band cutoff: 2.339 GHz
-- High band cutoff: 2.401 GHz
-- == Bandwidth: MHz
-- SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:2.09
-- SWR @ Resonant Frequency: 1:1.69
-
-[[SCRN00A]].JPG: Wifi 10-turn helix: SWR, Marker at design frequency<br />[[SCRN01A]].JPG: Wifi 10-turn helix: SWR, Marker at resonant frequency<br />[[SCRN02A]].JPG: Wifi 10-turn helix: Smith chart, Marker at resonant frequency<br />
-
-### <a name="SECOND calibration: 1.23 GHz to"></a><a name="SECOND calibration: 1.23 GHz to "></a> SECOND calibration: 1.23 GHz to 1.27GHz (NOT SAVED)
-
-### <a name="ATV 6-turn helix"></a> ATV 6-turn helix
-
-Cable: PSU's short SMA to SMA, SMA barrel, PSU's SMA to N
-
-- Design Frequency: 1.25325 GHz
-- Resonant Frequency: Too flat to measure
-- Low band cutoff: Too flat to measure
-- High band cutoff: Too flat to measure
-- == Bandwidth: Forgot to record
-- SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:1.24
-- SWR @ Resonant Frequency: Too flat to measure
-
-[[SCRN03A]].JPG: ATV 6-turn helix: SWR, Marker at design frequency<br />[[SCRN04A]].JPG: ATV 6-turn helix: Smith chart, Marker at design frequency<br />
-
-### <a name="ATV 12-turn helix"></a> ATV 12-turn helix
-
-Cable: PSU's short SMA to SMA, SMA barrel, PSU's SMA to N
-
-- Design Frequency: 1.25325 GHz
-- Resonant Frequency: Too flat to measure
-- Low band cutoff: Too flat to measure
-- High band cutoff: Too flat to measure
-- == Bandwidth: MHz
-- SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:1.58
-- SWR @ Resonant Frequency: Too flat to measure
-
-[[SCRN05A]].JPG: ATV 12-turn helix: SWR, Marker at design frequency<br />[[SCRN06A]].JPG: ATV 12-turn helix: Smith chart, Marker at resonant frequency<br />
-
-### <a name="ATV CPA"></a> ATV CPA
-
-Cable: PSU's short SMA to SMA, SMA barrel
-
-- Design Frequency: 1.25325 GHz
-- Resonant Frequency: 1.2396 GHz
-- Low band cutoff: 1.232 GHz
-- High band cutoff: 1.248 GHz
-- == Bandwidth: 16 MHz
-- SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:2.66
-- SWR @ Resonant Frequency: 1:1.57
-
-[[SCRN07A]].JPG: ATV CPA: SWR, Marker at design frequency<br />[[SCRN08A]].JPG: ATV CPA: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency<br />
-
-### <a name="THIRD calibration: 1.5 GHz to 1."></a> THIRD calibration: 1.5 GHz to 1.6GHz (NOT SAVED)
-
-### <a name="GPS CPA"></a> GPS CPA
-
-Cable: PSU's short SMA to SMA, SMA barrel
-
-- Design Frequency: 1.57538 GHz
-- Resonant Frequency: 1.5641 GHz
-- Low band cutoff: 1.542 GHz
-- High band cutoff: 1.589 GHz
-- == Bandwidth: MHz
-- SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:1.42
-- SWR @ Resonant Frequency: 1:1.06
-
-[[SCRN09A]].JPG: GPS CPA: SWR, Marker at design frequency<br />[[SCRN10A]].JPG: GPS CPA: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency<br />
-
-----
-
-----
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Old Measurements"></a> Old Measurements
-
-**_OLD MEASUREMENTS BELOW THIS; DO NOT USE_**
-
-### <a name="6-turn ATV Helix"></a> 6-turn ATV Helix
-
-Design Frequency: 1.25325 GHz SWR @ Design Frequency: ?? Resonant Frequency: too flat to measure Low band cutoff: too flat to measure High band cutoff: too flat to measure
-
-SCRN03.JPG: 6-turn ATV Helix: SWR, Marker at design frequency SCRN04.JPG: 6-turn ATV Helix: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency
-
-### <a name="12-turn ATV Helix"></a> 12-turn ATV Helix
-
-Design Frequency: 1.25325 GHz SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:1.31 Resonant Frequency: too flat to measure Low band cutoff: too flat to measure High band cutoff: too flat to measure
-
-SCRN05.JPG: 12-turn ATV Helix: SWR, Marker at design frequency SCRN06.JPG: 12-turn ATV Helix: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency
-
-#### <a name="Second calibration: 1.2 GHz to 1"></a> Second calibration: 1.2 GHz to 1.3 GHz (FILE01)
-
-12-turn ATV helix looks essentially the same: flat as a board
-
-#### <a name="Third calibration: 0.75 GHz to 2"></a> Third calibration: 0.75 GHz to 2.5 GHz (FILE02)
-
-12-turn ATV helix looks essentially the same: flat as a board
-
-#### <a name="Fourth calibration: 2.3 GHz to 2"></a> Fourth calibration: 2.3 GHz to 2.5 GHz (FILE03)
-
-### <a name="12-turn wifi Helix"></a> 12-turn wifi Helix
-
-Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:1.9 Resonant Frequency: too flat to measure Low band cutoff: too flat to measure High band cutoff: too flat to measure
-
-SCRN07.JPG: 12-turn wifi Helix: SWR, Marker at design frequency SCRN08.JPG: 12-turn wifi Helix: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency
-
-### <a name="10-turn wifi Helix &quot;A&quot;"></a> 10-turn wifi Helix "A"
-
-Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:1.7 Resonant Frequency: too flat to measure Low band cutoff: too flat to measure High band cutoff: too flat to measure
-
-[[SCRN00A]].JPG: 10-turn wifi Helix: SWR, Marker at design frequency [[SCRN01A]].JPG: 10-turn wifi Helix: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency
-
-### <a name="wifi Monopole"></a> wifi Monopole
-
-Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz SWR @ Design Frequency: 1:1.57 Resonant Frequency: too flat to measure Low band cutoff: too flat to measure High band cutoff: too flat to measure
-
-[[SCRN02A]].JPG: wifi monopole: SWR, Marker at design frequency [[SCRN03A]].JPG: wifi monopole: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency
-
-**_At this point, we believe the SMA to N cable which was not part of the calibration is somehow acting like a dummy load - there's just NO WAY that the monopole is flat like that. There is some possibility that the helixes are flat._**
-
-### <a name="wifi CPA"></a> wifi CPA
-
-Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz SWR @ Design Frequency: Resonant Frequency: Low band cutoff: High band cutoff:
-
-[[SCRN04A]].JPG: wifi CPA: SWR, Marker at design frequency [[SCRN05A]].JPG: wifi CPA: Smith Chart, Marker at design frequency
-
-**_OK, now we think it's our 8ft RG142 extension cable: we hypothesize that the return signal is being attenuated so it looks like a perfect dummy load._**
-
-## <a name="Part II: ATV System Long Distanc"></a> Part II: ATV System Long Distance (~5mi) Test
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-# <a name="Communication Team Fieldtrip to"></a><a name="Communication Team Fieldtrip to "></a> Communication Team Fieldtrip to NW EMC: December 9th, 2003
-
-**In attendace:** Andrew, Glenn, Timr, Jared and Dave.
-
-**Special thanks to:** NW EMC, Holly, and Rod for making this possible.
-
-**Summary:** We took the LV2.1 airframe, along with the cylindrical patch antennas (CPAs) on the avionics module to NW EMC in Hillsboro to do propogation measurements. We did three polar plots of each cylindrical patch antenna at it's natural frequency (which was _not_ the design frequency): one azimuth and two elevations (at 90 degrees to each other). We then took azimuth readings on a 2.422 and 1.253 GHz reference dipole, and finally took azimuth and a single elevation reading for the 1.5 GHz slot antenna.
-
-- [[PDF of 2.4 GHz "WiFi" antenna tests|CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_report_wifi_12-09-2003.pdf]]
-- [[PDF of 1.5 GHz "GPS" antenna tests|CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_report_gps_12-09-2003.pdf]]
-- [[PDF of 1.2 GHz "ATV" antenna tests |CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_report_atv_12-09-2003.pdf]]
-
-- [[PDF of 2.4 GHz "WiFi" reference dipole tests|CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_report_wifi_dipole_12-09-2003.pdf]]
-- [[PDF of 1.2 GHz "ATV" reference dipole tests|CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_report_atv_dipole_12-09-2003.pdf]]
-
-- [[PDF of 1.5 GHz "GPS" slot antenna test|CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_report_gps_slot_12-09-2003.pdf]]
-
-----
-
-**Pre-lab:**
-
-- Build 2.4, 1.5, 1.2 GHz reference dipoles - _only 2.4 and 1.2 built_
-- Rebuild 2.4, 1.5 and 1.2 GHz baluns for slot antennas - _only 2.4 and 1.5 built_
-
-**Things to bring:**
-
-- CPAs, LV2.1 airframe, Kapton tape, xacto knife, blades, scissors, foam tape, calipers, etc - Andrew
-- Reference dipoles, patch cables, etc - Glenn
-- Patch cables, etc - Timr
-
-**Would have been useful:**
-
-- Non-metalic stand for LV2.1
-- Our own packing tape (we used two spools of NW EMC's)
-- Some kind of ability to quickly switch antennas from one feed connector
--
-
-----
-
-**Test Plan:**
-
-1. Test antennas.
- 1. Measure the propagation of the v2 [[WiFi]] cylindrical patch antennas on the airframe:
- - At 2.422 GHz, 2.422 GHz + 15 MHz, 2.422 GHz - 15 MHz
- - Azimouth
- - Elevation at 0,90 degrees
- 2. Measure the GPS CPA as possible
- 3. Measure the ATV CPA as possible
-
-1. Measure and possibly tune the 2.4, 1.5, and 1.3 GHz reference dipoles at the freq, freq - BW, freq + BW.
-2. Measure 3 slots
-
-----
-
-**Getting there:**
-
-We're meeting there at 5:00pm SHARP. Do NOT be late! We've got 20 hours of testing to do in 4 hours ;)
-
-> Northwest EMC, Inc. 22975 NW Evergreen Parkway, Suite 400 Hillsboro, OR 97124 (503) 844-4066
-
-And you can get maps at their web site: <http://www.nwemc.com/hillsboro.html>
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Testing Notes"></a> Testing Notes
-
-Given the time constraints, we decided to do only three tests per antenna and throw out the idea of doing off-natural frequency tests (for bandwidth).
-
-Holly and Rod calibrated the chamber for each of the cylindrical patch antenna frequencies: 2.29328, 1.52438 and 1.24259 GHz (as measured [[previously|CommWorkshop10Oct2003]]).
-
-We then had to make a decision: how to set the vertical height of the receive antenna. Holly and Rod set the height during chamber calibration to maximize the signal strength of the calibration horn antenna. We really wanted the geometric scan to be correct - i.e., we wanted the receive antenna to be on axis to the rocket so we could really get the geometric cut through the propagation space we wanted. This apparently throws off the absolute measurements of the system, and thus the absolute calculations are called "pseudo-absolute" because of this lack of maximizing the signal.
-
-## <a name="&quot;Configuration&quot; Notes"></a> "Configuration" Notes
-
-To understand what test we did, we had to define the axes and test configurations (positions) of the antennas (and thus rocket). We used the inertial definitions of the rocket to be consistent: while on the launch tower, the +Z axis is straight up, the +X axis is straight out from the rocket away from the launch rail, and +Y follows the right hand rule (Z is the thumb, X is the index and Y is the middle finger).
-
-To map this to the avionics module, this means the positive X axis starts at the center of the cylinder and goes out through the same vertical plane that cuts through the center of the camera lens. The Y axis is 90 degrees to the right looking down the tube (again, the right hand rule where Z is the thumb, X is the index and Y is the middle finger).
-
-<div>
- <center>[[Z is through the cylinder&#39;s hieght, X through the front of the cylinder (parallel to the camer lens) and Y is off to the side following the right hand rule.|CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_configuration_axes.jpg]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>X,Y and Z axes defined for the Avionics Module. The circle with a &quot;c&quot; in it is the ATV camera lens.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Given these definitions, we then defined the test configurations as:
-
-**Configuration 1:** Azimuth, rotation around the Z axis ("roll"): We put the rocket on standing vertially on top of a ~1.5 m block of styrofoam, using packing tape to secure the base and payload module in the middle.
-
-**Configuration 2:** Elevation 1, rotation around the X axis ("pitch"): We laid the rocket down on its side with the X axis pointing straight up.
-
-**Configuration 3:** Elevation 2, rotation around the Y axis ("yaw"): We laid the rocket down on its side with the Y axis pointing straight up.. similar to Configuration 2 but at 90 degrees.
-
-<div>
- <center>
- <p>[[Configurations 1-3 and X,Y,Z axes of rocket.|CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_configurations_on_whiteboard.jpg]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Sketches of Configurations and LV2.1 Axes. Note Configuration 1 starts with the X axis pointing towards the receive antenna.</em> </font></p>
- <p>[[img CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_configuration_1.jpg size="240x320"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Photo of LV2.1 in Configuration 1 from right in front of the receive antenna.</em> </font><br>
- </p>
- <p>[[img CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_configuration_2-3.jpg size="320x240"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Photo of LV2.1 in Configuration 2 (which is similar to Configuration 3) from right in front of the receive antenna.</em> </font></p>
- </center>
-</div>
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Reference Scans"></a> Reference Scans
-
-Holly and Rod ran tests 1 - 5 in order to calibrate the chamber for absolute measurement.
-
-----
-
-## <a name="WiFi Antenna"></a> [[WiFi]] Antenna
-
-TEST 06: [[WiFi]] antenna, Configuration 2, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-_Changed height of receive antenna to the height of the center of the rocket: 1.77 m_
-
-TEST 07: [[WiFi]] antenna, Configuration 2, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 08: [[WiFi]] antenna, Configuration 2, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-TEST 09: [[WiFi]] antenna, Configuration 3, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-TEST 10: [[WiFi]] antenna, Configuration 3, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 11: [[WiFi]] antenna, Configuration 1 but rotated 180 degrees, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 12: [[WiFi]] antenna, Configuration 1 but rotated 180 degrees, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-----
-
-## <a name="ATV Antenna"></a> ATV Antenna
-
-TEST 13: ATV antenna, Configuration 1 but rotated 180 degrees, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-TEST 14: ATV antenna, Configuration 1 but rotated 180 degrees, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-----
-
-## <a name="GPS Antenna"></a> GPS Antenna
-
-TEST 15: GPS antenna, Configuration 1 but rotated 180 degrees, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 16: GPS antenna, Configuration 1 but rotated 180 degrees, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-TEST 17: GPS antenna, Configuration 2, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-TEST 18: GPS antenna, Configuration 2, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 19: GPS antenna, Configuration 3, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 20: GPS antenna, Configuration 3, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-----
-
-## <a name="ATV Antenna"></a> ATV Antenna
-
-TEST 21: ATV antenna, Configuration 3, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-TEST 22: ATV antenna, Configuration 3, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 23: ATV antenna, Configuration 2, RX antenna @ horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 24: ATV antenna, Configuration 2, RX antenna @ vertical polarization
-
-----
-
-## <a name="ATV Reference Dipole (1.253 GHz)"></a> ATV Reference Dipole (1.253 GHz)
-
-dipole @ 1.75m off ground
-
-TEST 25: ATV dipole, RX antenna at same level and at horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 26: ATV dipole, RX antenna at same level and at vertical polarization
-
-TEST 27: ATV dipole, RX antenna at height maximized for signal strength and at vertical polarization
-
-TEST 28: ATV dipole, RX antenna at height maximized for signal strength and at horizontal polarization
-
-----
-
-## <a name="WiFi Reference Dipole (2.422 GHz"></a> [[WiFi]] Reference Dipole (2.422 GHz)
-
-dipole @ 1.75 m off ground
-
-TEST 29: [[WiFi]] dipole, RX antenna at same level and at horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 30: [[WiFi]] dipole, RX antenna at same level and at vertical polarization
-
-TEST 31: [[WiFi]] dipole, RX antenna at height maximized for signal strength and at vertical polarization
-
-TEST 32: [[WiFi]] dipole, RX antenna at height maximized for signal strength and at horizontal polarization
-
-----
-
-## <a name="GPS Slot Antenna (1.575 GHz)"></a> GPS Slot Antenna (1.575 GHz)
-
-slot @ 2.05 m off ground
-
-TEST 33: GPS slot antenna, "horizontal orientation" = configuration 1, RX antenna at same level and at horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 34: GPS slot antenna, "horizontal orientation" = configuration 1, RX antenna at same level and at vertical polarization
-
-TEST 35: GPS slot antenna, "vertical orientation" ~= configuration 2, RX antenna at same level and at vertical polarization
-
-TEST 36: GPS slot antenna, "vertical orientation" ~= configuration 2, RX antenna at same level and at horizontal polarization
-
-_Found a loose connector, re-ran last two sweeps._
-
-TEST 37: GPS slot antenna, "vertical orientation" ~= configuration 2, RX antenna at same level and at horizontal polarization
-
-TEST 38: GPS slot antenna, "vertical orientation" ~= configuration 2, RX antenna at same level and at vertical polarization
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Gratuitous Pictures."></a> Gratuitous Pictures.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[img CommWorkshop09Dec2003/nwemc_small_timr.jpg size="240x320"]]<br> ... <em>insert more pictures here</em> ... </center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="Here are pictures taken with Gle"></a> Here are pictures taken with Glenn's camera
-
-<div>
- <center>
- <p> Okay; Which end is up? </p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090007.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090008.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090009.JPG]]</p>
- </center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090010.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090015.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090016.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090017.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090018.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090019.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090020.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090021.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090022.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090023.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090024.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090025.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090026.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090027.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090029.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090030.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090031.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090033.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090034.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090035.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090038.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090040.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090041.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090043.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090046.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090048.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090050.JPG]]</p>
- <p>[[CommWorkshop09Dec2003/PC090051.JPG]]</p>
- <p>
- </p>
- </center>
-</div>
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop Feburary"></a><a name="Communication Workshop Feburary "></a> Communication Workshop Feburary 9th, 2004
-
-Jared and Glenn
-
-## <a name="A final test of the version 2 cy"></a> A final test of the version 2 cylindrical patch antenna
-
-We are thinking the difference between the cylindrical antennas constructed on the desert at 5000 ft MSL and the flat patch antennas constructed at 100 ft MSL is tha altitude. So this is why we want to test constructing a final cylindrical patch antenna at 100 ft MSL and see if it explanis the difference. We are expecting the difference in frequency from designed will be closer to the flat antennas.
-
-## <a name="Preliminary Test plan"></a> Preliminary Test plan
-
-1. Calibrate the VNA to 2.25 - 2.45 GHz ( _right frequency range?_ )
-2. Attach the new wifi antenna.
-3. Write down the resonant frequency and bandwidth.
-4. Take a snapshot of the S11 curve.
-
-1. Calibrate the VNA to 1.50 - 1.60 GHz ( _right frequency range?_ )
-2. Attach the new GPS antenna.
-3. Write down the resonant frequency and bandwidth.
-4. Take a snapshot of the S11 curve.
-
-## <a name="Data"></a> Data
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> Start time </td>
- <td> 1400 PST </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Temp </td>
- <td> Approx. 68 deg F </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-- WiFi
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> Measurement range </td>
- <td> 2.25 - 2.45 GHz </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Resonant frequency </td>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> 2.2979 GHz </strong></th>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Bandwidth </td>
- <td> 2.2694 -&amp;gt; 2.3226 GHz = <strong>53.2 MHz</strong></td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> SWR at resonance </td>
- <td> 1.12 : 1 </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-Note: The SWR shown on the following graph had drifted up a bit as I approached the VNA to make the recording.
-
-- GPS
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> Measurement range </td>
- <td> 1.45 - 1.60 GHz </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Resonant frequency </td>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> 1.5211 GHz </strong></th>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Bandwidth </td>
- <td> 1.5087 -&amp;gt; 1.5355 GHz = <strong>26.8 MHz</strong></td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> SWR at resonance </td>
- <td> 1.09 : 1 </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> End time </td>
- <td> 1446 PST </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-----
-
-### <a name="WiFi"></a><a name="_WiFi"></a> WiFi
-
-<div>
- <center>
- <br>[[SCRN00.JPG]]<p>
- <br>[[SCRN01.JPG]]</p>
- </center>
-</div>
-
-----
-
-### <a name="GPS"></a> GPS
-
-<div>
- <center>
- <br>[[SCRN03.JPG]]<p>
- <br>[[SCRN02.JPG]]</p>
- </center>
-</div>
diff --git a/CommWorkshop09Jun2004.mdwn b/CommWorkshop09Jun2004.mdwn
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-# <a name="Comm Workshop Jun 9th, 2004: Den"></a> Comm Workshop Jun 9th, 2004: Dense Foam.
-
-### <a name="Long term weight of the foam"></a> Long term weight of the foam
-
-In [[CommWorkshop12Feb2004]], Glenn weighted two strips of the 0.75" wide foam. I reweighed those two strips to see if there was any long term drift in weight.
-
-Raw data:
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> &quot;#1&quot; 0.75 x 6 in strip in weigh boat </td>
- <td> 7.3565 g </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> &quot;#2&quot; 0.75 x 6 in strip in weigh boat </td>
- <td> 7.4082 g </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-Comparison:
-
-Assuming the 2004/02/12 "average weight" of the weigh boat of 6.8645 g:
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> Sample </strong></th>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> 2004/02/12 </strong></th>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> 2004/06/09 </strong></th>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> #1 </strong></th>
- <td> 0.5217 g </td>
- <td> 7.3565 - 6.8645 = 0.492 g </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> #2 </strong></th>
- <td> 0.5889 g </td>
- <td> 7.4082 - 6.8645 = 0.543 g </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-Unfortunately, we'll have to throw out this part: the weight boats are pretty variable, like in the 0.1 g range, which could completely account for the difference between the two measurements. I went ahead with the measurements based on the assumption that we had the weights for the "#1" and "#2" boats, which isn't true. Oh well.
-
-----
-
-### <a name="VOC boil off on wide foam"></a> VOC boil off on wide foam
-
-We took a 4.032 x 4.016 inch piece of the wide foam tape and as quickly as possible - about 15 seconds or so - removed it from the roll, took off the wax paper backing, and put it in the weigh boat for weighing. Here's the weight data:
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <th align="center" bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> Time </strong></th>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> Weight (g) </strong></th>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 0 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.3300 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 0.25 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.3056 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 0.5 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2852 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 0.75 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2726 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 1 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2612 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 1.25 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2522 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 1.5 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2453 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 1.75 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2385 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 2 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2341 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 2.25 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2311 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 2.5 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2292 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 2.75 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2257 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 3 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2220 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 5 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.2005 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 10 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.1802 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 15 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.1718 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td colspan=2> Removed weigh boat from scale and waived around a bit </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> 16 </td>
- <td align="center"> 2.1506 </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[voc_weight.png]]</center>
-</div>
-
-So as you can see, this is pretty serious issue. Questions that need to be answered:
-
-1. Why doesn't the 0.75" tape exhibit this behaviour? Both tapes are 3M's 4466 which use rubber adhesives. Maybe the thinner roll was just already evaporated because it's thin?
-2. Does the VOC's eventually evaporate through the FR4? Or will it stay there?
-3. How does the rubber adhesive affect microwave frequencies?
-
-----
-
-### <a name="Density measurement"></a> Density measurement
-
-The foam was 4.032 x 4.016 inches with a theoretical thickness of 0.0625 inches. But how the hell do you pick a weight?
-
-----
-
-### <a name="VOC boil off on 0.75&quot; tape check"></a> VOC boil off on 0.75" tape check.
-
-I cut two small pieces of the 0.75" tape from the remaining batch. One was from the beginnging of the roll, which we had taken off the main roll to give to Spencer. The other piece came from the very end of that original role. Both pieces showed no change in weight when their wax paper was removed , which may mean that they simply outgassed earlier since they're so thin.
-
-----
-
-### <a name="Closeup photos of the foam&#39;s adh"></a> Closeup photos of the foam's adhesive
-
-I got my USB microsope up and running so here's a few pictures of the foam:
-
-<div>
- <center>
- <p>[[foam_60x.jpg]]<br><em>The foam at 60x: you can just barely see the adhesive</em></p>
- <p>
- </p>
- <p>[[foam_200x.jpg]]<br><em>The foam at 200x: you can now see the adhesive as the solid white line</em></p>
- <p>
- </p>
- </center>
-</div>
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop March 9th"></a> Communication Workshop March 9th, 2005
-
-## <a name="Introduction"></a> Introduction
-
-Jeromy works at Maxim Semiconductor in Hillsboro. He obtained permission for us to use their testing facilities, specifically their HP 8561E spectrum analyzer. Thanks Jeromy!
-
-Our mission: try and find out why the ATV system seems to be interfering with the GPS, 2m and 802.11b systems.
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_20"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_20.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_20.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>The testers</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="Test 1: Examine ATV signal"></a> Test 1: Examine ATV signal
-
-The first tests we wanted to do is to determine if the ATV system was putting out spurs (unwanted frequency components outside of intended band). We used the ATV mini-vertical into a F to BNC to N to SMA (!) connector to the spectrum analyzer.
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_12"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_12.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_12.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>The setup</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Here's what we saw:
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_01"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_01.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_01.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_02"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_02.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_02.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>&quot;Nothing&quot; on. The spur on the right turns out to be from the 2m receiver on the recovery node which was, in fact, on because of it&#39;s backup battery. Whoops.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_04"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_04.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_04.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>ATV Exciter (transmitter) on, no power amp and no input signal so it&#39;s a pure carrier at 1.253 GHz. Spur on the right is from the 2m system which is still on at this point.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-We zoomed in to capture the ATV signal in more detail:
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_05"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_05.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_05.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_07"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_07.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_07.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_09"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_09.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_09.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_10"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_10.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_10.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>ATV system: 1) Carrier with no amplication or modulation (exciter only), 2) with modulation, 3) with 8V power amp on, and 4) with 12V power amp on.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="Test 2: Look for ATV signals in"></a><a name="Test 2: Look for ATV signals in "></a> Test 2: Look for ATV signals in Other Frequency Bands
-
-Next we looked for spurs from the ATV system in the GPS, 802.11b and 2m bands... but we didn't find anything. We did find Andrew's laptop searching desperately for wifi access points, and we again saw spikes from the local oscillator (LO) on the 2m receiver on the recovery node although we didn't realize it at the time.
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_14"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_14.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_14.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_15"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_15.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_15.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_16"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_16.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_16.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>1) GPS band (1.57542 GHz), 2) 802.11b band (2.412 GHz), and 3) 2m band (146.050 MHz)</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Note that we thought we saw the noise in the GPS floor rise by about 3 dB when we turned on the ATV power amp, but we couldn't reproduce it later.
-
-Here's a shot with Andrew's handheld 2m radio transmitting:
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_17"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_17.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_17.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>Andrew&#39;s 2m handheld on low power</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-And we also checked the whole 1.3 GHz frequency range just in case:
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_18"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_18.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_18.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>1.2 to 1.6 GHz</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="Test 3: Try 2m receiver with ATV"></a> Test 3: Try 2m receiver with ATV PA on/off
-
-As we expected, turning the ATV power amp on and off degraded the 2m receiver's ability to receive DTMF tones. It got some, but not many. On a lark, we swamped out antennas for the 2m receiver and plugged in Andrew's ht's "rubber ducky" vertical. Suddenly, even with the power amp on, it worked like a charm. Aha! Somehow, using the "airframe" antenna couples the ATV power amp to the 2m and jams the 2m system.
-
-In the process, we also found all sorts of crazy spurs from the 2m **_receiver_** ! Somehow the local oscillator (LO) on the 2m receiver was being nicely radiated out. And it showed up in the GPS antenna:
-
-<div>
- <center><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/gallery/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_19"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_09_19.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album01/comm_test_2005_03_09_19.thumb.jpg"> </a><br><font size="-1"> <em>&quot;2m receiver LO being picked up on the GPS antenna.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="Conclusion"></a> Conclusion
-
-We don't think the ATV is sending out of band signals to the other receivers. The 2m receiver is, surprisingly, although their bands shouldn't be affecting the various receivers since they're so narrow.
-
-That said, we think that the ATV is desensitizing the Jupiter GPS receiver because it may have no filter on the front end. We'll have to try it with the MG5001 GPS which has a SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave) filter built in.
-
-We don't know how the ATV PA is affecting the 2m system, but it clearly is through the 2m antenna.
-
-Here's what's next:
-
-1. Make a GPS SAW filter (a 5 MHz bandpass centered at 1.57542 GHz) to go between the GPS LNA and the GPS antenna.
-2. Quelch 2m receiver LO "transmissions".
-3. Try putting a "rubber ducky" vertical inside the recovery module and do a range test on it.
-
-After fixing problems 1 - 3, we'll then move on to the interference between the ATV and 802.11b radios.
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop November"></a><a name="Communication Workshop November "></a> Communication Workshop November 10, 2003
-
-**Introduction:**
-
-We made "flat" cylindrical patch antennas so that we could easily trim them down and tune them to the correct frequency. We made both the 1.575 GHz GPS and the 1.277 GHz ATV antennas.
-
-We took them to the PSU Microwave Lab and trimmed them down with an xacto blade and ruler in order to get some sense of the dielectric constant as well as see if anything else was affecting the antennas.
-
-See the bottom of the page for our conclusions.
-
-----
-
-## <a name="1.575 GHz GPS Antenna"></a> 1.575 GHz GPS Antenna
-
-We started with the flat, untrimmed GPS antenna. F = 1.530 GHz, SWR = 1.11.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN00.JPG]] [[SCRN01.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>Untrimmed GPS antenna: smith chart and SWR plot</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-We trimmed the fiberglass off. F = 1.532 GHz, SWR = 1.11.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN02.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>Trimmed GPS antenna: SWR plot</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Tried to trim to 88 mm. Measured = 88.0 mm. F = 1.549 GHz, SWR = 1.07.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN03.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>GPS antenna cut to 88mm: SWR plot</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Trimmed to 87.5 mm (measured 87.43 mm). F = 1.558 GHz, SWR = 1.05.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN04.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>GPS antenna trimmed to 87.43mm: SWR plot</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Trimmed to 86.52 mm (measured 86.7 mm). F = 1.569 GHz, SWR = 1.05, BW = 24MHz.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN05.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>GPS antenna trimmed to 86.7mm: SWR plot</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Burnished the edge with the xacto - tried to take off 0.1mm but it was pretty inconsistent. F = 1.573 GHz, SWR = 1.06.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN06.JPG]] [[SCRN07.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>GPS antenna trimmed to 86.7mm and burnished: SWR plot and Smith Chart</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="1.277 GHz ATV Antenna"></a> 1.277 GHz ATV Antenna
-
-Untrimmed. F = 1.251 GHz, SWR = 1.16, BW = 15 MHz.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN08.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>Untrimmed ATV antenna: Smith Chart</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Trimmed off fiberglass. F = 1.252 GHz, SWR = 1.15.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN09.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>Trimmed ATV antenna: SWR plot</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Tried to trim to 108.65 mm. Measured = 108.6 mm. F = 1.265 GHz, SWR = 1.30.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN10.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>ATV antenna trimmed to 108.6mm : SWR plot</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Tried to trim to 107.5 mm. Measured = 107.35 mm. F = 1.2785 GHz, SWR = 1.35, BW = 12 MHz.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN11.JPG]] [[SCRN12.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>ATV antenna trimmed to 107.35mm : SWR plot and Smith Chart</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="Calibration Error"></a> Calibration Error
-
-We discovered that our calibration for the HP 8753E Vector Network Analyzer might be invalid because we told the VNA we had the 7 mm calibration kit, not the 3.5 mm calibration kit that we actually had. We recalibrated it with the correct 3.5 mm setting, and retested the ATV antenna.
-
-Recal'ed ATV antenna measurements: 1.2787 GHz, SWR = 1.34, BW = 13 MHz.
-
-We concluded that we could mostly ignore the calibration mistake, since the ATV antenna measurements from the first calibration set and the new calibration set were so close.
-
-## <a name="GPS - _WiFi Antenna Hack"></a> GPS -&gt; WiFi Antenna Hack
-
-To get more points for Er of the foam, we decided to cut down the GPS antenna and make it a WiFi antenna.
-
-Tried for 56.26 mm. Measured = 56.25 mm. F = 2.357 GHz, SWR = 2.21.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN13.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>GPS -&amp;gt; WiFi antenna trimmed to 56.25 mm: SWR plot</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-Trimmed to 54.7 mm. Measured = 54.75 mm, but a little fat on one end. F = 2.408 GHz, SWR = 2.75.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN14.JPG]] [[SCRN15.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>GPS -&amp;gt; WiFi antenna trimmed to 54.7 mm: SWR plot and Smith Chart</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-## <a name="GPS - _WiFi - 3 GHz Hack"></a> GPS -&gt; WiFi -&gt; 3 GHz Hack
-
-We tried making a 3 GHz antenna by cutting down the GPS antenna further, using a Er = 1.280. Tried 44.18 mm. Measured = 44.25 mm, but fat on one end again. F = 2.879 GHz, SWR = 1.11.
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN16.JPG]] [[SCRN17.JPG]]<br><font "-1"="&quot;-1&quot;" =="="> <em>GPS -&amp;gt; WiFi -&amp;gt; 3GHz antenna: SWR plot and Smith Chart</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Conclusion:"></a> Conclusion:
-
-1. The frequency dependence of the dielectric constant seems to be consistent.
-2. The unexplained variability on the antennas seem to be around 10MHz which is about 0.1 - 0.2 %... which doesn't seem terrible, but is not great.
-
-### <a name="Follow Up:"></a> Follow Up:
-
-Each time the resonant frequency and length of a patch antenna is measured we define an effective dielectric constant (epsilon\_r-eff) from this formula:
-
-- L == lambda\_0 / (2 \* Sqrt(epsilon\_r-eff))
-
-Where L is the antenna length, and lambda\_0 is the free-space wavelength at the measured resonant frequency (lambda\_0 = c/freq)
-
-The results of applying this formula to all our patch antenna measurements (current as of Nov.11 2003) is graphed below as epsilon\_r-eff vs frequency.
-
-[[epsilon\_r-eff vs freq.|CommWorkshop10Nov2003/epsilon_r-vs-freq2.png]]
-
-In the above graph, the three clusters of points represent our three antennas, GPS, ATV, and WiFi. The small circles (there are three of them) are the measured points for our first three cylindrical antennas which we constructed out in the desert. The three stars represent the results when we took our flat GPS test antenna and trimmed it down to a WiFi-ish length, and again when we trimmed it to something close to 3GHz. The remaining boxes are all successive measurements on the three flat test antennas as we attempted to trim them to their nominal design frequencies.
-
-It is interesting to notice that the cylindrical antennas deviate more from the flat ones at lower frequencies, and that their resonant frequencies seem to be lower for a given length than the flat antennas. At least the first observation is consistent with theory, since the cylindrical antennas are "less flat" at longer wavelengths. (The last comment, though a correct statement, no longer seems a credible explanation for the observed variation. The cylindrical patches are basically insensitive to moderate variations in curvature (on the order of inches), while the dielectric appears to be consistently thicker in the 3 cylindrical patches vs the flat test antenna. The thickness variation appears to be a more important factor.)
-
-The essential thing which is shown by this graph is a trend to larger effective dielectric constant as the resonant frequency is increased. There is no electromagnetic or geometric explanation for this, at least known to us, except that the dielectric properties of the antenna material itself vary with frequency.
-
-The amount of variation observed is well within the normal range for polymer materials such as the foam tape we use as our inner dielectric. It's unfortunate that as yet we have no direct measurements of the dielectric constant vs frequency to verify this conclusion.
-
-If we are right about what is causing the variation in epsilon\_r-eff, then the best procedure for further antenna design would appear to be one using the measured values directly as the basis for new designs. This will be fine as long as the new antenna is for a frequency we have already measured.
-
-It may be wise to include a factor to compensate for the antenna curvature. Ultimately it would be very wise to attempt direct measurements of dielectric constant vs frequency for our material.
-
-----
-
-The graph above wasn't very satisfactory so we recalculated it using an improved theory. The improvement is that we account for the fact that the impedance of the slot radiators is slightly capacitive. The resonating patch can be considered a transmission line between the two slots, with a characteristic impedance of about 1 Ohm. This transmission line transforms the capacitive reactance of the slot opposite the feed into an equal inductance at the feed position, the resulting parallel sum is purely resistive at the resonant frequency. The length of resonant patch to accomplish this is slightly less than one half the guided wavelength. (See Robert E. Munson, IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagation, Jan. 1974, pp.74-78.)
-
-<a name="RedBlueGraph"></a> [[epsilon\_r-eff vs freq.|CommWorkshop10Nov2003/epsilon_r-vs-freq3.png]]
-
-In this new graph the red symbols repeat the data plotted previously. The lower, blue symbols are the new calculations accounting for capacitive reactance in the slot radiators. In the new calculations, we try to back-propagate the geometric effects absorbed in the definition of epsilon\_r-eff, and find the true material constant epsilon\_r. The main effects of the new calculations appear to be lowering the estimate of the dielectric constant and making the cylindrical and flat test antenna results follow more nearly parallel lines. There also seems to be some flattening in the frequency dependence of the dielectric constant.
-
-Lowering the estimated dielectric constant seems like a good thing because published values, and other estimates of polyethylene suggest numbers closer to the new values. Making the cylindrical and flat results more parallel seems like a very good thing because we still know of no mechanism to account for the frequency variation other than physical variation in the dielectric itself, and that type of variation should not depend on the antenna geometry very much at all.
-
-The worst remaining problem is the offset between the cylindrical and flat antenna measurements. There are three obvious possibilities:
-
-- Manufacturing variation
-- Wrong slot impedance for the cylindrical case
-- Bad measurements of the antenna geometry
-
-Briefly, the process of wrapping an antenna vs building it flat may be changing the geometry of the dielectric. We are definitely using the wrong slot impedance. We are using the impedance for an infinite flat slot in the limiting case of slot height small compared to the free space wavelength, whereas we should be using the same value for the cylindrical case. These will be close, but we don't have the exact values. Last, now that we are trying to really nail the dielectric value to better than 1% accuracy, we need good measurements of the test antenna dimensions. Lumped along with this should be some observations of the effect on resonant frequency produced while changing the curvature of the cylindrical antennas during testing. (We have now done some tests where the curvature was varied by simply opening up the gap in the cylindrical antennas. The maximum opening tested was about 5 inches. The effect on resonant frequency is consistently very small.)
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop October 1"></a> Communication Workshop October 10th, 2003
-
-In attendance: Glenn and Andrew
-
-### <a name="Testing of version 2 Cylindrical"></a> Testing of version 2 Cylindrical Patch Antennas
-
-We went to the PSU Microwave Lab in the FAB and tested all three CPAs that were built out in Nevada on the HP 8753E vector network analyzer (VNA). Here are the results.
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Test of the 2.422 GHz CPA"></a> Test of the 2.422 GHz CPA
-
-- Opening up CPA has no effect as we thought.
-- Patch is pretty impervious to metal around it.
-- Corporate feed network is pretty sensitive; we see an increase in bandwidth but VSWR stays the same.
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> -3dB point </td>
- <td align="right"> 2.259 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> Resonance </td>
- <td> 2.293 (SWR = 1.07) </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td align="center"> -3dB point </td>
- <td align="right"> 2.327 </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-- Wrapping a magazine around the antenna brouht F down 10MHz, SWR went from 1.05 to 1.2.
-- Polyester sweatshirt had no noticeable effect.
-
-- Using CPA\_6, 2.293 GHz implies a dielectric constant of 1.279
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN00.JPG]] [[SCRN01.JPG]]</center>
-</div>
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Test of the 1.575 GHz CPA"></a> Test of the 1.575 GHz CPA
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> -3dB point </td>
- <td> 1.505 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Resonance </td>
- <td> 1.524 (SWR = 1.07) </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> -3dB point </td>
- <td align="right"> 1.542 </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-- Using CPA\_6, 1.524 GHz implies Er = of 1.225
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN02.JPG]] [[SCRN03.JPG]]</center>
-</div>
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Test of the 1.277 GHz CPA"></a> Test of the 1.277 GHz CPA
-
-- Using CPA\_6, 1.524 GHz implies Er = 1.209
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN05.JPG]] [[SCRN06.JPG]]</center>
-</div>
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop for 2004-"></a> Communication Workshop for 2004-10-10
-
-Our systems are:
-
-## <a name="GPS:"></a> GPS:
-
-1. plug it in and see if we can lock GPS.
-2. If so try all 6 attitudes wrt ECEF.
-3. Can we get lock on launch tower??
-4. Maybe get dBm(?) off of pseudorange using serial carrier w/jupiter.
-
-## <a name="ATV:"></a> ATV:
-
-1. Complete end to end test:
- 1. FC software
- 2. APS/ATV power switches
- 3. Camera
- 4. overlay board
- 5. exciter
- 6. power amp
- 7. CPA
- 8. 1.2 GHZ trackmaster antenna
- 9. trackmaster 12V power cable
- 10. preamp
- 11. Sat receiver
- 12. VCR + tape
-2. ATV overlay must have call sign
-3. Test connectivity and signal quality
-4. Measure signal strength if possible
-5. Test effect of antenna orientation
-6. Test effect of mis-aligned trackmaster
-
-## <a name="Wifi:"></a> Wifi:
-
-1. Complete end to end test:
- 1. FC software
- 2. Orinoco card
- 3. APS/Wifi power switches
- 4. Orinoco to power amp cable
- 5. Wifi power amp
- 6. Wifi power amp to CPA cable
- 7. CPA
- 8. 2.4 GHz trackmaster antenna
- 9. trackmaster wifi poweramp
- 10. trackmaster 12V power cable
- 11. trackmaster to ground orinoco card cable
- 12. field server orinoco card
- 13. field server
- 14. 120V field server power cable
- 15. ad-hoc signal strength measuring software from binkley
-2. Test connectivity and bandwidth.
-3. Measure bandwidth
-4. Try all 6 attitudes wrt trackmaster
-
-## <a name="2m:"></a> 2m:
-
-1. simulation test
- 1. 120V laptop power supply
- 2. uplink laptop
- 3. serial cable
- 4. serial to yaesu adapter board
- 5. 12V DV power cord for adapter board
-
-1. 1. special yaesu cable from adapter board to data port
- 2. 50W 2M transceiver
- 3. 1/4 wave vertical mag mount antenna
- 4. long wire antenna interface
- 5. tim's receiver assy
- 6. RSE monitor .5 -&gt; 1V. Find connector, find meter, build this
- 7. 2m recovery can node
- 8. lithium battery
- 9. cantalope node
- 10. bastard can buss
- 11. cantalope laptop
- 12. igniter simulators
-2. Test tone sequences, monitor LEDs
-
-## <a name="Equipment list"></a> Equipment list
-
-1. Mobile Stations
- 1. ground station
- - 120V power
- - 12V power
- - trackmaster
- - preamp
- - preamp -&gt; sat receiver cable
- - sat receiver
- - sat receiver -&gt; VCR cable
- - VCR and remote control
- - VHS
- - Video monitor
- - field server power cable
- - field server
- - field server console (keyboard, monitor, mouse)
- - field server orinoco card
- - trackmaster to field server orinoco card cable
- - trackmaster 12V power cable
- - trackmaster wifi power amp
- - trackmaster 2.4GHz antenna
-2. rocket station
- - 120v power
- - Shore power 19V blue box (12V blue box?)
- - Completely assembled rocket (no chute, no motor)
- - CPAs
- - Airframe
- - CPA to wifi power amp cable
- - wifi power amp to CPA cable
- - wifi power amp
- - APS/Wifi power switches
- - wifi power amp to orinoco cable
- - orinoco card
- - flight computer
- - APS/FC power switches
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-# <a name="Results of Communications Test 1"></a> Results of Communications Test 11 Oct 2004
-
-<table>
- <tr>
- <td bgcolor="#ffffc0"><pre>
-Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 19:38:12 -0700
-To: psas-all@psas.pdx.edu
-From: Andrew Greenberg &amp;lt;andrew@uad.com&amp;gt;
-Subject: [PSAS] Communications test update
-
-Hi all,
-
-Glenn, Keith, Tim and I did a communication test on LV2 today.
-
-We loaded LV2 into my van, and the PSAS field server and the TrackMaster
-2000 (the funny &quot;gun&quot; shaped antennas) into Keith&#39;s van.
-
-We started in SE, from 26th and Steel to 40th and Steel. I think it was
-about a mile or so apart(?) The WiFi worked GREAT. The ATV looked
-beautiful. The only problem we had was the 2m receiver was being flaky.
-
-We then drove the rocket to Council Crest and the ground station to Mt.
-Tabor - a 5+ mile line-of-site shot. While I was hooking up the rocket to
-my laptop via the CANtalope CAN bus analyzer, the rocket suddenly went
-nuts. It turns out that Keith logged into the rocket and started up the
-software from Mt. Tabor.. while the rocket was lying on the GROUND.
-Needless to say, the WiFi communication was a stunning success.
-
-We had some real problems with ATV over the 5 mi range. It turns out that
-we got beautiful reception if Keith touched two of wires on the ATV receive
-antenna. Discounting any magical properties of Keith, this implies the ATV
-receiver antenna is broken. Glenn is fixing it tonight; if we can&#39;t fix it
-tonight, then we&#39;ll have to scrub the launch.
-
-The 2m system was still being flaky... until Tim realized the 2m board
-wasn&#39;t securely attached to the airframe. We tightened it up, thus
-connecting the ground better, and it sprang to life. Without the noise of
-the inverter/shore power connection, the 2m receiver was able to hear down
-to a 2.5W transmission from Mt. Tabor! So that worked out well.
-
-The GPS never locked, but tests that Tim and I ran later in the day seem to
-imply that the rocket needs 5+ minutes to get the initial lock. Once it
-does, it looks good. We think the antenna propagation requires a pretty
-open horizon, something we didn&#39;t have in any of our test. But at a launch,
-this shouldn&#39;t be a problem: we can just sit on the pad for a while until
-we lock.
-
-So all in all, a successful day! More news on the ATV receive antenna tonight.
-
-Andrew
-</pre></td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
--- [[JamesPerkins]] - 12 Oct 2004
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-# <a name="Just In Time CPA Design: Septemb"></a> Just In Time CPA Design: September 11, 2003
-
-"Version 2" Cylindrical Patch Antenna design.
-
-Construction, from the inside out:
-
-1. 5.25" OD 1/8" thick Al airframe module (the avionics module)
-2. 0.005" soft copper (ground plane)
-3. 1/16" double-sticky foam PE tape (dielectric)
-4. 0.005" double-sided PCB (corporate feed network and radiator)
-
-More information:
-
-- Here's information on calculating the [[Er of polyethylene foam tape|PeFoamTapeEr]].
-- Attached below is an Excel spreadsheet that calculates the CPA dimension, AND generates EAGLE commands to lay up the antennas: cpa\_calculator\_6.xls.
-- Attache below is the EAGLE CAD and Gerber files of the 3 different antennas: cylindrical\_patch\_antennas.zip.
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop Feburary"></a><a name="Communication Workshop Feburary "></a> Communication Workshop Feburary 12th, 2004
-
-Ivan, Glenn, Marilyn (lab analyst)
-
-## <a name="Measurement of dielectric foam d"></a> Measurement of dielectric foam density
-
-Tim and Andrew discussed the data from Monday's tests. According to Tim's calculations, there's approximately 5% more polyethylene in the BRD CPAs than in the basement CPAs per square area (this takes the thickness into account). Why this is we can't explain.
-
-We're now very, very, VERY curious about what the density measurements are... one thing that could epxlain it would be a change in density of the foam over the roll.
-
-### <a name="Preliminary Test plan"></a> Preliminary Test plan
-
-1. Cut exactly 6 inches of foam tape from each sample.
-2. Measure the weight of each foam sample.
-3. Using a volumetric flask, measure the ammount of volume each sample takes up.
-
-### <a name="Procedure"></a> Procedure
-
-Using sizzors and a caliper we actually cut exactly 150 mm of tape from each sample roll. This was difficult because the tape would stick to one side the sizzors. We chose the side away from the sample for where this sticking would occur, and cleaned off the residue after each cut with alchohol. I used a square and a straight edge of my workbench to mark the tape for where to cut in order to get a perpendicular 90 degree cut. I labeled the sample from the beginning of the roll dated 14-Sep-2003 with a #1, and the sample from near the end of the roll with a #2.
-
-With help from Marilyn, we went into the lab and measured the weight of each sample. We placed an empty _weight boat_ into the analytical scale to find the tare weight, then peeled the backing off of the tape, dropped it into the boat, and then recorded the weight. We did this for each sample.
-
-Marilyn said the finest resolution of volume measurement they had was +/- 1 mL which would not return a meaningful volume, so we did not make that measurement.
-
-### <a name="Data"></a> Data
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> Weight of sample #1 </td>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> 0.5217 g </strong></th>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Weight of sample #2 </td>
- <th bgcolor="#99CCCC"><strong> 0.5889 g </strong></th>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Scale accuracy </td>
- <td align="center"> +/- 0.1 mg </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Scale information </td>
- <td> Sartorius model [[A200S]]; s/n 38110191; Room 142 </td>
- </tr>
- <tr>
- <td> Weight of typical weight boat </td>
- <td align="center"> 6.8645 g </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-We kept the foam samples in their respective weight boats should we want to do further work with these.
-
-<br />
-
-<div>
- <center>
- <ul>
- <li> Cutting the tape to 150 mm </li>
- </ul>[[CommWorkshop12Feb2004/P2120058a.JPG]]<p>
- </p>
- <ul>
- <li> Measuring the weight of the tape </li>
- </ul>[[CommWorkshop12Feb2004/P2120058.JPG]]</center>
-</div>
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-# <a name="Communication Team Workshop Dece"></a> Communication Team Workshop December 13th, 2003
-
-**In attendance:** Glenn, Tim, Timr, Dave H, and Andrew &amp; Solomon (just to drop off equipment)
-
-**Summary:** _Someone put a summary here._
-
-----
-
-**Pre-lab:**
-
-1. Timr adds a pass-through to the bell jar base plate (done)
-2. Glenn makes final balun for slot (not done)
-3. Tim makes a flat Teflon-dielectric CPA (not done)
-
-**Need to bring/have:**
-
-1. Bell jar, base, CPA's, vacuum pump, power strip, hoses, avionics module - Andrew
-2. All reference dipoles and new slot balun - Glenn
-3. Patch cords, automotive vacuum gauge - Timr
-4. Teflon gluing process? teflon-dielectric flat CPA? - Tim
-
-**The test plan:**
-
-1. Suck tests
- 1. Test Wifi CPA in bell jar at room pressure.
- 2. Suck on Wifi: as many points as possible, at least 0, 35,000ft, vacuum. Then go down to look for hysteresis. How fast does the foam expand and contract? How long until it stabilizes?
- 3. Suck on GPS as above.
- 4. Suck on ATV as above.
-2. Slot antennas
- 1. f0/SWR on [[WiFi]] slot
- 2. f0/SWR on GPS slot
- 3. f0/SWR on ATV slot
-3. Dipoles
- 1. f0/SWR on [[WiFi]] dipole
- 2. f0/SWR on ATV dipole
-
-**If there's time left:**
-
-1. Do some crude propogation tests on [[WiFi]] and ATV slots using reference dipoles.
-2. f0/SWR on Teflon CPA.
-
-----
-
-## <a name="Testing Notes"></a> Testing Notes
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN00.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN00.JPG: [[WiFi]] CPA on bell jar base. Bell not yet placed over it.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN01.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN01.JPG: This is a junk image. Accidently recorded.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN02.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN02.JPG: [[WiFi]] CPA in jar at 1 ATM.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN03.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN03.JPG: [[WiFi]] CPA in jar at -8 in. Hg</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN04.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN04.JPG: [[WiFi]] CPA in jar at -14 in. Hg</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN05.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN05.JPG: [[WiFi]] CPA in jar at -27 in. Hg</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN06.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN06.JPG: [[WiFi]] CPA in jar at 27.5 in. Hg for about 2 minutes.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN07.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN07.JPG: [[WiFi]] CPA in jar back at 1 ATM; Measurement taken immediately.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN08.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> _SCRN08.JPG: _ [[WiFi]] CPA in jar back at 1 ATM; Measurement taken after 2 minutes.</font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN09.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN09.JPG: [[WiFi]] CPA after jar removed.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN10.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN10.JPG: 2.4 GHz reference dipole.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN11.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> _SCRN11.JPG: _ 2.4 GHz reference dipole.</font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN12.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN12.JPG: 1.5 GHz slot with nothing behind the apature. When the avionics playload is placed behind the apature, the SWR becomes real bad (&amp;gt; 5:1 SWR) at all frequencies.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN13.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN13.JPG: 1.2 GHz CPA on bell jar base. Bell not yet placed over it.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN14.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN14.JPG: 1.2 GHz CPA in jar at 1 ATM.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN15.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN15.JPG: 1.2 GHz CPA in jar at -8?? in. Hg</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN16.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN16.JPG: 1.2 GHz CPA in jar at -21 in. Hg</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN17.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN17.JPG: 1.2 GHz CPA in jar at -23 in. Hg</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN18.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN18.JPG: 1.2 GHz CPA back at 1 ATM and jar removed.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
-
-<div>
- <center>[[SCRN19.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN19.JPG: I&#39;m not sure what this is.</em> </font></center>
-</div>
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-# <a name="Communication Workshop March 14t"></a> Communication Workshop March 14th, 2005
-
-Who: Tim and Andrew
-
-Why: We love being outside on really, really cold late Winter nights. Oh, and to figure out how different systems affect the GPS receivers.
-
-We tried two GPS receivers, the spare Jupiter GPS board and a SigNav MG5001. The MG5001 has a SAW filter (in the IF) so we hypothesized it might to better against the jamming interference of the 2m and ATV systems.
-
-## <a name="What we did"></a> What we did
-
-First, we used the Jupiter GPS receiver on a development board. We used Connexant's DOS-based "LABMON" software to look at it's output.
-
-1. the 2m system jams the Jupiter board completely.
-2. the ATV system with the exciter and power amp on jams the Jupiter board completely.
-3. the ATV system with power amp but no exciter, the Jupiter board works.
-4. The CPA works almost as well as the external 2 in^2 patch antenna. "CN0" numbers were close, although the small path antenna's numbers we better.
-
-Next, we used the SigNav MG5001 on its development board with Tera Term at 9600 bps 8N1:
-
-- To turn on messages: `$GPGPQ,GGA,1^M^J`, `$GPGPQ,GSV,1^M^J`
-- To turn off messages: `$GPGPQ,GGA,0^M^J`, `$GPGPQ,GSV,0^M^J`
-
-1. Just like the Jupiter board, the MG5001 is jammed when the exciter and power amp is on using either the external patch or the cylindrical patch antenna.
-2. The 2m receiver does degrade the signals to the MG5001, but it's definitely useable.
-
-## <a name="Conclusions:"></a> Conclusions:
-
-1. Turning on the FC did seem to degrade the satellite signals slightly; this may be worse with the internal GPS.
-2. The wifi bits seem to have no affect on the GPS bits.
-3. The ATV exciter + power amp always jams any GPS receiver with any antenna.
-4. the 2m jams the Jupiter GPS (via the CAN bus wires!) but not the MG5001.
-
-## <a name="Next steps:"></a> Next steps:
-
-1. Tim kills the 2m spurs using Paul's spectrum analyzer
-2. We try injecting a ~1.253 GHz pure tone into the power amp and see if that still jams the GPS units.
- 1. If it does jam them, we're screwed.
- 2. If it doesn't jam them, then we can filter the exciter's output to keep it in band.
-3. We don't think a filter on the input of the GPS preamp is going to help since the Jupiter board already has pre-filtering.
-4. We do this all again.
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-# <a name="Communications Workshop"></a> Communications Workshop
-
-Who: Glenn
-
-I have taken the collection of helix antennas I made last year, modified some, created some new ones, and ended up with a whole new set of helix antennas that meet our current needs.
-
-## <a name="Helix inventory"></a> Helix inventory
-
-What we had from last year:
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> 2.4 GHz </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-3 @ 6 turn
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> 1.2 GHz </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-2 @ 6 turn
-
-What we have now:
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> 2.4 GHz RHCP </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-1 @ 6 turn 1 @ 10 turn 1 @ 12 turn 1 @ 6 turn quad array
-
-<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
- <tr>
- <td> 1.2 GHz </td>
- </tr>
-</table>
-
-1 @ 6 turn 1 @ 12 turn 1 @ 6 turn quad array
-
-## <a name="Construction design notes"></a> Construction design notes
-
-Tools: \* PVC pipe cutters
-
-## <a name="Construction photos"></a> Construction photos
-
-## <a name="Notes on Quad Array"></a> Notes on Quad Array
-
-See page 13-17 in Antenna Engineering Handbook
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-# <a name="Communications Workshop - August"></a> Communications Workshop - August 18th, 2004
-
-## <a name="Overview"></a> Overview
-
-Glenn and Andrew tested the v3 cylindrical patch antennas on the HP VNA in the PSU microwave lab. The v3 CPA's PCB's were made last week, and have 1/16" UHMW PE as a dielectric.
-
-## <a name="Conclusion"></a> Conclusion
-
-The GPS and ATV antennas are dead on. We're _very_ happy with them. The wifi antenna is surp