Tell me if I'm understanding this correctly...
PIKOBLX - Re-map motor 1 to the PPM pin (same as MotoLab). Solder motor 1 signal to the PPM pad leaving the SBUS jumper 'shorted'.
I'm soldering motor 1 signal to the PPM pad because the PPM pad can use DMA, while the original motor 1 pad could NOT use DMA; DMA is necessary for the speed at which we're sending the new DSHOT digital signals. This only overcomes the original limitation in the board for the MOTOR 1 signal pad, correct?
I don't know why I need the SBUS jumper shorted. Can someone explain this?
To allow the use of the LED pin Re-map motor 4 to motor 5 signal out a01, which must also be soldered as such.
I've done this, though it's moot since I probably won't use the LED strip on this small build. I've assigned the resource A01 to motor 5, and soldered my signal pin to the motor 5 pad.
resource ppm none
I've done this, understanding that I do not need PPM to the receiver anymore.
resource motor 1 A07 resource motor 4 A01
This will now use those two new pins on the MCU to send DSHOT signals to motors 1 and 4, correct?
Currently, after all this, only MOTOR 4 is NOT working.
Are only certain pins on the MCU capable of being used for DMA/DSHOT?