Five steps. Am I overlooking the complexity of this?
I don't understand why I cannot source a simple rf remote actuated servo motor with a dial controller that simply turns the servo. I does not need to be NASA precise. It does not need to be programmed as far as I can see.
If the servo motor is driven by the remote dial I would just get power to the components... battery in the remote and wall-wart source for the servo motor... and then mark the remote dial with a marker to correspond with the degree of movement of the servo.
As a "newbie" am I wrong to presume something so simple must exist?
In my web searches I've come across wired "test" boards...
that do what I describe.
So why can't I find an RF equivalent to this dead-simple test board? Just a handheld RF remote, with a dial, that does the EXACT same thing as that wired test board. I can deal with the equivalence after it's connected and functioning. Just get the components communicating, and then mark off the settings with a sharpie on the remote that correspond with the degrees of movement of the servo.