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Civil Avionics Systems is an in–depth study and explanation of avionics as applied to civil aircraft. Avionics covers analogue and digital electronics, sensors, signalling, and computers that, transmit to, and control the operations of the aircraft. Avionics includes the technology, systems development, electrical systems, sensors, communication, navigation, flight control, displays, engine and utilities control, and is also the integration of all these elements.The direct and accessible style, along with the input of an international team of technical advisors, means Civil Avionics Systems is sure to become a classic. Key features include:• A uniquely comprehensive source of information• Heavily illustrated with photographs, some in full colour, and line drawings• Proven and popular authors• The latest developments in avionics technology are explained and explored including FANS – Future Air Navigation Systems• Display chapter written by Malcolm Jukes, an internationally respected expert.Engineers in the airline industry, designers, manufacturers, operators, maintenance engineers, electronic component suppliers, engine manufacturers, air traffic controllers, navigation engineers, aircraft inspectors, accident investigators, and those studying to become part of the aerospace industry will all find Civil Avionic Systems invaluable.
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Ian Moir (1932–1990) was an Australian rugby league player, a champion wing three-quarter of the 1950s for the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
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