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๐ŸŽฎ Arduino USB-Joystick adapter for RC receivers with PWM and PPM modulations up to 8 channels.
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Open Source Licensed Compatible-platforms: Android, Windows, Apple, Linux Arduino v1.8.2 Up-To-Date Dependencies Arduino v1.8.2

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Wireless RC Adapter ๐ŸŽฎ

A blazing fast adapter for connecting RC receivers to the computer with just an Arduino (or similar), making possible to play wireless as it meant to be. Already supporting PWM and PPM modulations with 16bit resolution, the two most popular protocols which is being used by RC receivers and transmitters. So there is no need to hook the radio transmitter with cables to the simulator anymore. Just plug it in the USB port and play. Also it is compatible with a wide range of devices, like the ones running Windows, Mac, Linux or Android/iOS, so literally almost anything what supports an USB joystick. Aimed to be fast and responsible, though simple to use.

๐Ÿ’ฌ Have been reported to work great with these simulators and games:

FPV Freerider | FPV Freerider Recharged | RealFlight | Phoenix RC | etc ...

๐Ÿ”ฅFeatured on Multirotor Guide with extensive article! (22-07-2018)

Wiki ๐Ÿ“–

All the necessary information about the adapter are moved now to the Wiki. Please refer to the link below regarding the connections,installation or usage manual. Also available from the tabs on the top of the source repo.

Wireless RC Adapter Wiki

Donation ๐Ÿบ

The code above is completely free, but the devices involved in the development are not. You can make a donation here to support the development and speed it up:

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For example i would be more than glad to expand the number of supported protocols, but hard to develop something if don't have one. So that's what i'm going to use it for. Don't forget to leave your name in comment of donation, then i paste it in the Credits section.

Credits ๐Ÿค

Without them there is no Wireless RC Adapter, โค๏ธ thanks & ๐ŸŽ‰credits goes to them:

๐Ÿšง Pull-requests & issues are always welcome!

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