Plotting stick position (input) against channel pulse width (output) as a graph

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loadlover
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Plotting stick position (input) against channel pulse width (output) as a graph

Post by loadlover » Fri Oct 05, 2018 11:29 am

Hi all,

Can this be done with OpenTx? After all the mixing is said and done, I need to be able to plot stick position (input) against channel pulse width (output) as a graph. Let's say we have stick position on the horizontal x axis, and channel output on the vertical y axis.

Please help!

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lshems
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Re: RE: Plotting stick position (input) against channel pulse width (output) as a graph

Post by lshems » Sun Feb 10, 2019 10:27 am

loadlover wrote:Hi all,

Can this be done with OpenTx? After all the mixing is said and done, I need to be able to plot stick position (input) against channel pulse width (output) as a graph. Let's say we have stick position on the horizontal x axis, and channel output on the vertical y axis.

Please help!

:)
With Lua yes. Why would you need it?

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