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Thanks for the reply, I didn't notice the V2 update and its exactly what I was looking for but it's not working great for me.

When using the test code and the old receiver code I had great signal and it was all working great. Now with the V2 code my receiver always bring the servos to it's 0 position even when I have signal. Also when I reset the arduino of the receiver I can move the servos for 1 sec and then it will go back to it's 0 position. I have tested PWM and PPM and they are both doing the same.
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Oh, sorry. That was my bad. A variable, "lastRecvTime" was not saved in the receive_the_data loop so it was causing problems. Try the code now with new update. only when turnning off your transmitter you should have the servo to 0 due to lost signal. Keep up!
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It's working great now! thanks for your help, it's really appreciated.
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