Driving H-Bridge for DC motors with RC servo signals

Radio control (RC) servo motors are controlled with pulse sequence of 1-2ms in length where 1ms pulse corresponds to left max position, 1.5ms to center
position and 2ms corresponds to right max position.
http://www.veetail.com/HowRCworks.shtml http://adamone.rchomepage.com/guide1.htm http://www.seattlerobotics.org/encoder/200106/16csscnt.htm
I want to use RC pulses for speed control of a 10-15Amp 12-24v brush type DC motor. Is there any schematics (and low cost kit) for this application ?
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Tuma wrote:

Just buy a good reverseable R/C speed control like the Novak XRS.
http://www.shopatron.com/product/product_id=NOV1830/135.0.5995.4995.0.0.0
Rated for 40 amps, although only at 6V. Novak has bigger speed controls (to 400 amps!) at higher voltages.
                John Nagle
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