radio control


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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.
(29) Beyond that, integrating radio control required careful monitoring of instrument weights, equipment dimensions, and electrical demands.
"What we did when we started the company was manufacture radio controls for large machines," explained Severinson, "but it soon became clear that getting frequencies and coordinating them was a problem, so we looked at alternatives that would allow us to avoid that issue and still meet all the requirements that radio control operators would want."
purchase and installation of a radio control of a lifting machine km-10-22,5, 1977 (guptmash), equipped with mtf type 1 electric motors
If you are into the radio control hobby, there were plenty of bargains to be had Saturday at the Fox Valley Aero Club's 13th annual Swap Meet at the Kane County Fairgrounds in St.
He soon noticed there were few resources online to help beginner radio control pilots, and that little advancement in the hobby had been realized.
He was a member of Charles River Radio Control Club, Greater Boston Soaring Club, which flies out of Sterling Airport, and Cape Cod RC Club.
We've teamed up with Britains to offer three lucky readers their very own replica radio control tractor.
The second round of the North East Radio Control Racing outdoor regional series is being staged at Bents Park in South Shields.
With Estes Digital Camera Plane ($175.00) you can take photos from 1,000 feet up while having a blast flying the radio control plane.
They won the Radio Control National Championship in Detroit in 1937, and their entry, the Guff, remained in competition for a decade, until it was retired after winning the nationals again in 1947.
The man has been charged with using a transmitter in a way likely to interfere with radio communications after allegedly making a number of bogus transmissions on radio control frequencies.

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