This class contains information about the wireless link between the aircraft and the remote controller, the aircraft and the mobile device or the handheld product and the mobile device. To determine whether a particular wireless link is supported, check the isSupported flag. This object is available from the Aircraft or HandHeld object which is a subclass of BaseProduct.
Define a callback to listen for updates on the downlink signal. This link transfers all information from aircraft to remote controller, which is predominantly video information. Signal quality is a function of signal strength, interference and data rate. Signal quality will be more susceptible to weak signal strengths or high interference when the data rate is high.
Determines if auto update country code is enabled. When it is enabled, SDK will update the country code to the aircraft automatically when it is required. It is enabled by default and the value is stored persistently on the device.
Updated signal quality in percent for the wireless link. Signal quality is a function of signal strength, interference and data rate. Signal quality will be more susceptible to weak signal strengths or high interference when the data rate is high.
Callback for updated signal quality in percent for the base station (from remote controller to the base station). This link transfers all information between the remote controller and the base station, which is predominantly positioning information.
Returns the component index. Index is zero based. A component will have an index greater than zero when there are multiple components of the same type on the DJI product, and one of the components already has the index 0. For instance, M210 can have two gimbal mounted cameras, and will therefore have two gimbal components with indices 0 and 1, and two camera components with indices 0 and 1. For Matrice 600, there are printed numbers on the battery boxes. The Battery component instance with index 0 corresponds to battery compartment number 1. For Inspire 2 and M200 series, Battery with index 0 corresponds to the battery on the port (left hand) side of the aircraft. For M210 and M210 RTK, Camera and Gimbal with index 0 corresponds to the camera and gimbal on the port (left hand) side of the aircraft.
Returns the firmware version of the component. Each component will have a different firmware version, the combination of which will form the package firmware version getFirmwarePackageVersion found in BaseProduct.