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Furibee F36 Needs Deviation

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18 Dec 2016 15:32 #56946 by RakelJamz
RakelJamz created the topic: Furibee F36 Needs Deviation
Anyone out there thinking of deviating the newish Furibee F36? Could be an excellent Tiny Whoop with Deviation.

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18 Dec 2016 16:56 #56954 by Cereal_Killer
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Have you confirmed it doesnt work with the E010 protocol?

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19 Dec 2016 00:09 #56963 by RakelJamz
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I have tried binding with the 010 protocol, using multiple combinations of transmitter output power, number of channels, and I.D.s. No luck as of yet. Many have also said the same on the rcgroups forums.

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10 Jan 2017 18:11 #57796 by jboehm
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Mine arrived this past weekend. Looking forward to its Deviation.

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11 Jan 2017 13:35 #57813 by MiSKLaCH
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jboehm wrote: Mine arrived this past weekend. Looking forward to its Deviation.


Mine will arrive shortly... this chinywhoop seems a good deal, we all hope it will be deviated sooner or later! :whistle:

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11 Jan 2017 13:45 #57814 by RakelJamz
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I decided to jump the gun. I took my Eachine 010 brain and simply swapped it with the f36 brain. Lighter frame, more punchy motors, deviated protocol. Flies quite nicely!

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11 Jan 2017 15:03 #57817 by HappyHarry
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why doesn't one of you make some captures and help get it into deviation? seby has a great howto video showing the process if you don't know how

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11 Jan 2017 15:10 #57820 by MiSKLaCH
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I would if only I had a logic analyzer... :(

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11 Jan 2017 16:54 #57831 by RakelJamz
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Same here

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11 Jan 2017 17:57 #57832 by HappyHarry
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buy one, £5/$6 with free shipping >> www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271716215743

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22 Jan 2017 08:18 #58296 by shahidali55
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I've got a Devo 7e with 4in1 and a new F36. I've also got a logic analyzer. But there is no seperate radio chip on the F36 receiver board. The TX also uses a single chip for everything, so no sniffing on the SPI bus. Anything else I can try to help contribute to the efforts ?

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24 Jan 2017 07:00 #58338 by HappyHarry
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that's not good news, the only option now afaik is to use an sdr setup and pull the data from the air. that's a much more expensive setup and again afaik a more involved procedure

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25 Jan 2017 18:31 #58382 by shahidali55
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Tossed out the F36 fc and replaced it with a E010 fc. Works brilliantly well. At some point in time I was actually thinking of buying a HackRF One. Not worth the time and money.

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27 Jan 2017 09:18 - 27 Jan 2017 09:21 #58427 by shahidali55
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Could this be the chip used in the TX and RX ? It is available in SSOP16 and SSOP24 packages.

m.1688.com/offer/538862337474.html?spm=0.0.0.0.KBgf2c
Last Edit: 27 Jan 2017 09:21 by shahidali55.

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28 Jan 2017 07:26 #58461 by shahidali55
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E010:
Channels 33 - 38, 3a - 3f, 43 - 48, 4a - 4f
5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = Total 20 Channels

F36:
Channels 3a - 3f, 41 - 52
5 + 17 = Total 22 Channels

(Attached scanner data produced by example @ maniacbug.github.io/RF24/scanner_8pde-example.html )
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28 Jan 2017 08:54 - 28 Jan 2017 09:31 #58463 by shahidali55
shahidali55 replied the topic: Furibee F36 Needs Deviation
Is it just me or does the H8 mini TX have an almost identical PCB layout to the F36 ? The E010/H36 PCB looks completely different.
Last Edit: 28 Jan 2017 09:31 by shahidali55.

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08 Apr 2017 03:26 #61257 by kabo
kabo replied the topic: Furibee F36 Needs Deviation
If u watch the video we seen to attack the controller, ie transmitter to grab data, not the quad, or did I see the video wrong?

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