It’s All in the Wrist
iPhly translates wrist motions into electrical signals that standard R/C modules can understand.
RF modules understand PPM (pulse position modulation) input. I generate PPM pulse train as an audio wave form. The headphone jack is simply an electrical interface. If you get low enough into the audio hardware, you can generate almost any arbitrary signal out of it.
The iPhly case contains electronics that amplify and condition this signal, and feed it to a standard frequency module.
Works with any Vendor’s Modules
iPhly works with any standard, Futaba-style RF module. I have experience with Spektrum, Futaba, HiTec, FrySky, Corona modules and others. If you test iPhly with additional modules, I can add your notes here.