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radio control

[′rād·ē·ō kən′trōl]
(electronics)
The control of stationary or moving objects by means of signals transmitted through space by radio.

radio control

A means of operating a device remotely by radio transmission, as in the control of a pilotless aircraft.
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Caption: Military aircraft and off-road vehicles are just a few of the models used during a typical outing with the Paralyzed Veterans of America Cal-Diego Chapter radio control club.
The rear hitch can be also raised or lowered with the radio control and you can rev the engine or blast your horn with wonderful realistic sounds.
To double the fun and enjoy the thrill of flying a radio control plane while taking amazing aerial footage, visit Washington, D.
He continued to dedicate his spare time to studying radio control and to activities sponsored by the Academy of Model Aeronautics and Federation Aeronautique Internationale.
Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, has delivered the first operational Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) radio control capability into the National Airspace System (NAS).
Beyond The Flightline", every episode talks about what's going on in the radio control aircraft industry including new products being released, upcoming events, as well as interviews with aircraft industry leaders.
The championship event is being hosted by North East Radio Control Racing (NERCR) and is being backed by South Tyneside Council.
I learned (to fly) on a J-3 Cub in '53,'' says Crews, one of the founders of the Modesto Radio Control Club in the early 1960s.
By Light adds wizard to expedite and further enhance radio control to its entire line-up of Wave powered ROIP Gateways
The final model has a computer on board, along with instruments to measure, wind speed, pitch, yaw and roll, and it has five channels for radio control, which allowed Watson to tell it how to fly.
Tele Radio develops, manufactures and markets radio control systems for industrial use.
Even in the midst of the glitter and pomp of Hollywood, she was full of ideas, including one on the radio control of torpedoes.

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