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Not directly. The image you show has 2 or more variable resistors on it to provide proportional control signals - ie. The further you move the stick the more the signal changes.
This need to be fed into more electronics to
1) encode the signal onto a radio link
2) Decode the signal to provide position information for the servos
In general this is what commercial transmitter and receiver systems do.
are you wanting to build your own RC transmitter and receiver system?
If so that it will probably cost more then buying one.
Or are you trying to add this to an existing transmitter?
in which case the 3 connections on each resistor need connecting as the existing pots inside the transmitter are connected HOWEVER you really need to have the same value resistance - often 100K ohms or the system may not work as well as it did.
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