|Sep 24, 2013, 06:52 AM|
Joined Sep 2013
[newbie] how to control a model with my PC via TX9 ?
I would like to know if the following idea is possible.
I want to connect my PC to a turnigy TX9, configured as "trainee", via a jack/jack cable to control a model.
If it is possible, where can I find infos to encode the signals for the TX ?
Thanks in advance,
|Sep 24, 2013, 11:43 AM|
United States, UT, Herriman
Joined Jan 2012
I've never seen it done, but that shouldn't be too hard to do. The signal format is PPM. There is plenty of info out there for how to create the proper pulses for it. You could probably use the audio output of your computer for it. At least, you can read them with the mic port, I've done that to use a simulator program on the computer with my TX as the controller.
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