Transmit data with arduino, receive without. [E-Board]

Hello,

I bought an Electric skateboard and i want to change the controller. I want to use a gesture control glove with 2 flex sensors on it and a Lilypad. I am thinking to desolder the RF Transmitter from the controller and use it for the Glove. As you understand, the skateboard goes forward and it also has breaking. My question is, how can i send data from the glove directly to the receiver without the use of a second Arduino? I mean, except the lilypad that is gonna be on the glove, i want to receive the data on the skateboard without an Arduino. It's like doing the same job with the original controller but now i'll use x2 Flex sensors and a lilypad. I want to avoid the modifications on the board, thats why i dont want a second Arduino. Is there a way to transmit from the glove, the same commands like those of the original controller? So the receiver won't understand any difference and it will send the same commands like before to the ESC.

Any help would be appreciated! Thanks :)

I heard that i have to record the signal from the transmitter or use an oscilloscope to read it. With the timings figured out, it's the only way to find out the complete sequence corresponding to each command (Full Throttle, Decelerate)...

I would like to know if it's true, so if someone ever heard about it, please let me know!

heard that i have to record the signal from the transmitter or use an oscilloscope to read it. With the timings figured out, it's the only way to find out the complete sequence corresponding to each command (Full Throttle, Decelerate)...

I would like to know if it's true, so if someone ever heard about it, please let me know!

Kind of.

You may be able to use the Arduino to record and analyze the signals that are sent to the RF transmitter module, but it will depend on the type of transmitter and what voltages it uses.

Its easier if you have an oscilloscope but not impossible without it necessarily.

You need to post a picture of the RF Transmitted device inside your existing controller before anyone could give you an accurate answer

I'll post a picture of it in 1-2 days from now because i am still waiting for it.. I will keep you updated! Thank you rogerClark!

So finally it is here...

Here is the controller: http://imgur.com/v2CnI9f http://imgur.com/bHtn5EE

And the skateboard + receiver: http://imgur.com/5t4nuXS http://imgur.com/LXi3LY8

Any ideas?