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2002\10\23@090452 by c Scheepers

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Hi there,


I need to do some RF between a PIC and a Radio Control receiver. I have
looked all over the net for the protocols or the know how of this subset
of radio control setups and cannot get any info on this. I basically
want to emulate a radio control transmitter talking to a receiver and
controlling the servos. Does anyone have some info on the best module or
circuit to use for the RF side and where can I get info on the protocols
that these are using to communicate


Regards

Nic


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2002\10\24@095845 by miked

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Here is some info. FMA Direct has TX boards for retrofitting older TXs.
http://www.torreypinesgulls.org/Radios.htm
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> I need to do some RF between a PIC and a Radio Control receiver. I have
> looked all over the net for the protocols or the know how of this subset
> of radio control setups and cannot get any info on this. I basically want
> to emulate a radio control transmitter talking to a receiver and
> controlling the servos. Does anyone have some info on the best module or
> circuit to use for the RF side and where can I get info on the protocols
> that these are using to communicate
>


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