I finally started working on the mobile platform. Right now, it is wired for bare essentials (motor driver and transceiver) for testing the drive codes. I learned a few things today from doing this: 1. Your code might be fine, but you need to be aware of which arduino pins can output PWM. This is clear on the labeled arduinos, but not the case with the “bare bone” RBBBs. 2. Watch your curly brackets when doing multiple nested loops. They can cause chaos and are hard as heck to track down. That goes for breaks in switch cases as well.
PS – the monitor is a mess right now as I drilled holes for the antenna today.