control multiple servo motors with potentiometers wirelessly via Arduino UNO

i am a begineer to coding it is pretty rough but i am trying to learn more and more..

i am doing a project where I'm controlling a petrol rc car with a gaming wheel and pedals also there will be a camera inside the car. i bought an rx/tx combo pack from hobby kings(http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__14349__FrSky_DJT_2_4Ghz_Combo_Pack_for_JR_w_Telemetry_Module_V8FR_II_RX.html) i am not too sure on how i am going to get the readings from the potentiometers transferred across the tx to the rx in the car and then into the servos.

if can someone help me with code for this or guidance it would be greatly appreciated!

ross1995: i am not too sure on how i am going to get the readings from the potentiometers transferred across the tx to the rx in the car and then into the servos.

Neither am I.

What has this got to do with an Arduino?

Why not ask Hobby King?

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Have you read the instruction manual

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uploads/351443040X274344X14.pdf

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ross1995: i am doing a project where I'm controlling a petrol rc car with a gaming wheel and pedals also there will be a camera inside the car. i bought an rx/tx combo pack from hobby kings(http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__14349__FrSky_DJT_2_4Ghz_Combo_Pack_for_JR_w_Telemetry_Module_V8FR_II_RX.html) i am not too sure on how i am going to get the readings from the potentiometers transferred across the tx to the rx in the car and then into the servos.

The photos BillHo posted gives me the impression the module uses a PPM signal for input.

Here's a link to an article about using an Arduino to convert multiple pulses to a single PPM signal.

Instead of using pulses as inputs, you could use the data from the joysticks as your input.

I'm curious why you chose this particular transmitter. Have you seen these modules used in custom transmitter before?