-n Name of a network interface that should be used to send & receive data.
Must be in monitor mode. Multiple interfaces supported by calling this
option multiple times (-n inter1 -n inter2 -n interx)
-u [MSP/MAVLink_Interface_TO_FC] - UART or VCP interface that is connected to FC
-v Protocol over serial port [1|2|3|4]:"
1 = MSPv1 [Betaflight/Cleanflight]"
2 = MSPv2 [iNAV] (default)"
3 = MAVLink v1 (RC unsupported)"
5 = MAVLink (plain) pass through (-l <chunk size>) - recommended with MAVLink,
FC needs to support MAVLink v2 for RC
-l Only relevant with -v 5 option. Telemetry bytes per packet over long range
-e [Y|N] enable/disable RC over SUMD. If disabled -v & -u options are used for RC.
-s Specify a serial port for use with SUMD. Ignored if SUMD is deactivated. Must be
different from one specified with -u
-c [communication id] Choose a number from 0-255. Same on ground station and UAV!
-r Baud rate of the serial interface -u (MSP/MAVLink)
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 (default: 115200))
-b bit rate in Mbps [1|2|5|6|9|11|12|18|24|36|48|54]
(bitrate option only supported with Ralink chipsets)
-a [0|1] disable/enable. Offsets the payload by some bytes so that it sits outside
the 802.11 header. Set this to 1 if you are using a non DB-Rasp Kernel!