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EET 2220 Avionics & Unmanned Aerial Systems Sensors

4.0 Credit Hours

Emphasis on avionics as applied to the control of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). Course will cover control of unmanned aircraft and transmission of data using radio frequencies. Covers major topics related to the operation of Radio Controlled (RC) aircraft including electromagnetic waves, amplitude, frequency and pulse code modulation, basic transmission and reception of radio waves, antennas and wave propagation, data links and basic electro-optics, networks, radar, sonar, GPS, cables and connectors, UAV sensors, applying principles in these areas to set up, troubleshoot and repair UAS aircraft. Civilian applications of UAS will also be covered. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.
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Summer Term 2014 Schedule
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