Airframe Electronic and Instrument Systems


Theory and application of electronic flight instrument and avionics systems as found in modern aircraft, including emerging technologies. Topics include the markings and operation of gyroscopic, temperature, direction, and pressure operated instruments systems. Skills developed include installing, inspecting, and servicing of aircraft instruments and their systems. Additional skill development in conducting research. Theory and operation of aircraft communication systems. Theory and operation of aircraft navigation systems, including cockpit displays and integration of the autopilot. Theory of emerging avionic and instrument technologies. Advanced BITE testing and troubleshooting concepts. 2 Credits (1 Lecture - 3 Lab) Prerequisite(s): AVI105 and AVI115 and AVI130 and AVI135. Corequisite(s): AVI230 and AVI340. Spring Only.


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