Category Archives: DIY

tinyOSD & tinyFINITY – a tiny opensource video tx with full graphic OSD

Merry belayed Christmas and a happy new year everyone. I know, I am running a tiny bit late. My original plan was to release the tinyOSD and tinyFINITY sources ready for Christmas but then the usual things got into the way and I had to postpone this post. But here it is: I am releasing… Read More »

tinyPEPPER2 ESC – How to build your own! [v0.4]

In this post I am going to share all the parts you need to build your own super tiny tinyPEPPER2 4in1 Blheli_S ESC. All the following information applies to the current version 0.4 of tinyPEPPER2 (tagged as revision 0.4). If you are wondering what makes this thing so special, have a look at the main… Read More »

A pepperF1SH and the Great Pyramid of Giza

All Giza Pyramids Ricardo Liberato, CC BY-SA 2.0 Today’s priceless question is: What does the pepperF1SH, the world’s lightest brushless quadcopter, and the Great Pyramid of Giza have in common? — Nope, I am neither talking about both being available as cheap clones from China nor about an illegal FPV flight next to this impressive… Read More »

A sub-250g copter in 3″ or 4″ — not the 40g pepperFIISH you are used to ;) [english]

[hier geht’s zur deutschen Version des Artikels] This is a blog post from Holger, another copter fanatic from my hometown Bielefeld 🙂 Thank you very much for giving the permission to share this build log with my readers. The original article was written in German, if you find any spelling/grammar bugs in this translation please… Read More »

Der sub-250g copter in 3″ oder 4″ — mal kein 40g pepperFIISH ;) [deutsch]

[click here for the english translation] Dieser Artikel ist ein Gast-Post von Holger, eines weiteren Copter-verrückten aus Bielefeld wie ich 🙂 Vielen Dank für die Erlaubnis diesen Beitrag mit meinen Lesern teilen zu dürfen! Nun also viel Spaß beim lesen seines Artikels: … und es geht ganz leicht… Der sub 250g Copter Im Internet sprangen… Read More »

Eachine EV100: no audio problem — cause, fix, and technical background — UPDATE

Some days ago I published a post on how to fix the totally broken audio on the $99 Eachine EV100 FPV goggles. As it turned out the inbuilt receiver module, a Sinopine SP338RX, is missing “some” components that generate the audio output. Some people are lucky as their modules are only missing the 6.5MHz filter.… Read More »