Hello Fellow Yuneec Pilot!
Join our free Yuneec community and remove this annoying banner!
Sign up

Loss of GPS ...

Joined
Sep 4, 2017
Messages
25
Likes
3
Age
54
#1
Hello ..
Just want to know if anyone else has experienced this. I own the Typhoon H with real sense and have noticed on many occasions the loss of GPS while flying. Even when in a wide open space with nothing around me that could possibly block the signal. On preflight checks .. I have great connection with satellites from both controller and aircraft but after launching craft I receive a loss signal WARNING .. Any advice or possibly a better antenna .. Thanks ...
 
Joined
Sep 4, 2017
Messages
25
Likes
3
Age
54
#4
Upload a telemetry file from one of those flights. Just add a .txt to the end of the file name so it will upload.
Hello Steve ...
Are you saying to up load one of the recorded flights of which shows the loss of the gps signal?
 

Steve Carr

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Dec 15, 2015
Messages
5,217
Likes
2,011
Location
Bessemer, MI
#5
Hello Steve ...
Are you saying to up load one of the recorded flights of which shows the loss of the gps signal?
No no. The telemetry files are stored in the flightlog directory on the ST16. You can turn on the ST16 and then connect it to your pc using the USB charging cable.
 
Joined
Sep 4, 2017
Messages
25
Likes
3
Age
54
#6
No no. The telemetry files are stored in the flightlog directory on the ST16. You can turn on the ST16 and then connect it to your pc using the USB charging cable.
Ok .... That is what I was kinda getting at .. I know the ST16 records the flight data ... But not knowing which ones have the loss gps, I will take it out and next time it happens which its quite frequent. I will know the date and will post that data ...
Going to fly in the morning so i will do just that ...
Thanks ...
 

Steve Carr

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Dec 15, 2015
Messages
5,217
Likes
2,011
Location
Bessemer, MI
#7
A telemetry file is stored for every flight. After connecting the ST16 to your pc you can find the files by opening the FlightLog directory and then open the Telemetry folder. The most current flight will have the highest number in the name.

Log file location.jpg
 

New Threads

Forum statistics

Threads
13,261
Messages
150,633
Members
15,885
Latest member
Phil (Australia)