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Drones at Burning Man 2018 – Excelling the Exceptional

Burning Man is one of the most interesting festivals, as well as one of the biggest that takes place every year. It takes place over a total of 9 days in the Nevada desert, specifically in a temporarily-built metropolis known as Black Rock City within the Black Rock Desert, also known as “the playa”, just …

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The FAA Drone Tracker Has Officially Launched

After an incredibly long wait, the sixth, and final, installment of the FAA’s real-time drone flight authorization system has become live across the nation. After a successful beta test that took place last spring for the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability, or the LAANC, within a total of 6 operating regions, including the North …

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Altair Aerial Tomahawk | Camera Drone Review [2018]

Overview: Though not positioned as such, the Altair Aerial Tomahawk drone could be seen as a direct upgrade to their previous drone – the Blackhawk. This vehicle controls better than any Altair model before it and handles well even in strong winds. Plus, the included camera is easy to use and takes great footage. A …

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World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm Captured by Drone

In order to meet their massive electricity needs on a daily basis, more countries are moving to renewable energy sources than ever before. Solar and hydropower are both viable solutions to this problem, but harnessing wind energy is something that the United Kingdom is now big on. The Walney Extension has officially taken the title …

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Comment on How to bind X8R to the FrSky Taranis in different modes by crashpilot

If I understand it correctly, L9R does not allow any changes to the assignments of channels to the connectors. ch 1-9 are fixed to conventional pins and ch 1-12 are on the single sbus. You could:
A) connect additional devices listening to ch 9-12 on the same Sbus together with your APM 2.6
B) check APM 2.6 if its channel range could be changed to ch 5-12 instead. The same could be don on the Taranis in order to free up ch1-4 for additional devices on the conventional pins of the L9R