Hi Rapit, have you looked at this doc here?
I think you'll want to look at this parameter "en_secondary_qgc"
We haven't tried RadioLink AT10 with Flight Core. Flight Core is running PX4, and on the 1.11 branch it is stock PX4. So, if PX4 supports it, and you can connect properly electrically it should work.
here is a link to the telemetry port on Flight Core https://docs.modalai.com/flight-core-datasheet-connectors/#j5---telemetry-connector
Thank you very much for following up! Was going to recommend just reinstalling the system image as described here, but replacing the antennas is even easier
Here is the antenna we use for reference https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/molex/1461531100/8543422
It doesn't look like the PCB is placed on an ESD sensitive surface? It is an exposed PCB so you still need to be careful with exposure to ESD
It's most likely the flash was corrupted in some way. Can you please try the Unbrick procedure found here? https://docs.modalai.com/unbrick-voxl/
This is pretty broadly used, so maybe some configuration has gotten wonky. Can you please share which version of software you are using? https://docs.modalai.com/voxl-utils/#voxl-version
There are different "tuning" parameters in the ISP based on the sensor type. So each sensor's behavior can be very different in different scenarios.
Knowing more about your setup is important to finding the issue. It seems likely the AWB isn't turned on in your setup. Which ROS package are you using, and at what resolution?
Here is an example for how to turn on AE using the ISP: https://gitlab.com/voxl-public/voxl-camera-server/-/blob/master/src/api_interface/hal3/hal3_camera_mgr.cpp#L588