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 These files implement a working Simulink example using a linear state feedback controller in autopilot.m. ​ The code is a little more complex then it needs to be to allow the user to tune the rise time and damping coefficient for the roll, pitch, and yaw loops. ​ The code contains examples of implementing both an integrator and a differentiator. These files implement a working Simulink example using a linear state feedback controller in autopilot.m. ​ The code is a little more complex then it needs to be to allow the user to tune the rise time and damping coefficient for the roll, pitch, and yaw loops. ​ The code contains examples of implementing both an integrator and a differentiator.
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-Labview files for the whirlybird: 
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-{{:​774:​project:​whirlybird_labview.zip|whirlybird_labview.zip}}. ​ 
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-Labview instructions:​ 
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-  - Unzip whirlybird_labview.zip and place whirlybird8 directory on desktop 
-  - Open WBRT Controller 
-  - Insert Matlab code into WBRT Controller and save (don't hit "Save All"). 
-  - Open Whirlybird LabVIEW Project file (about 1 minute) 
-  - Under Larry, open WBRT Main.vi (about 2 minutes) 
-  - Click on "​File->​Save All" 
-  - Click on Arrow to deploy code to FPGA (about 2 minutes) 
-  - After deployment is complete, click on red stop sign to abort  
-  - Click on Arrow to deploy the second time (about 10 seconds) 
-  - When signal lines appear, have partner center the whirlybird and hit Zero Encoder button. 
-  - Click on Start button to start controller ​ 
-  - To stop the controller click on Stop button. 
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