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Frankenstein's Fix: Designing Speed Controllers for R/C Boats

George Bogdan
9/12/2013 08:35 AM EDT

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Loved the details!
Robotics Developer   9/23/2013 2:32:18 PM
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I want to commend you on the level of details and the links to videos!  Reading the article was a pleasure.  The only question I had at the end (most likely left off on purpose) was the final cost of the two board solution.  I assumed the dual board approach was for size/compactness and to isolate power from controls, correct?

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