Eagle files for the homemade control board for the AVT quadcopter. Successful hardware deployed. Complete.
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README

Autonomous Vehicles Team
Quadcopter Control Board

v1 (protoboard)

v2 (first pcb) built and found to have no functioning power layer, and the TxD/RxD lines were swapped between the processor and the FTDI serial out. The XBee serial worked correctly.  

v3 (current pcb) modified the clock traces, added a mini-USB connector and 5V-3.3V regulator, fixed the RxD/TxD oops, and repaired the power plane. Hardware successfully deployed.

Built collaboratively by Jenner Hanni (wicker), Camille Huffman Day (squidpie), and Greg Haynes (greghaynes). Huge thanks to Andrew Greenberg, Bart Massey, Chris, and Tim from the Portland State Aerospace Society.

These files use the MIT License.