Self-Made MK58 with Raspberry Nano: is it possible?

Discussion in 'GB203 GoPro Gimbal' started by Methodus, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. Methodus

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    Hi,

    I head recently had an idea, which I posted in the German kopterforum.de that it should be possible to create a custom MK58 downlink by simulating a CGO2 or CGO3 with a raspberry nano board and two wifi usb sticks. One usb stick will be working on 2.4Ghz and is at very low power. It works as a bridge between the GoPro and our own downlink. The second stick will work on 5Ghz and creates the actual downlink to the ST10+.

    There is a GitHub repository with the GoPro Wifi hacks: https://github.com/KonradIT/goprowifihack

    I am keen with the CGO2 and CGO3 protocol to get it working with the ST10. But I have no time and also no GoPro to actually try this here. Maybe someone else could try this.

    What do you think? Could this be possible any way?
     
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