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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Olive, Oct 15, 2004.

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  1. Olive

    Olive Guest

    I'm French electronic student, I need some informations about airborne
    communications and data management solutions to airlines.
    I need also technicals documentations aviation electronics systems,
    electromagnetic compatibility, transmissions capacities.
    Please send me your contacts or some internet links, technical Books,

    Thank you.
  2. Clarence

    Clarence Guest

    Do your own home work!
  3. He probably thinks he is doing by asking everyone else.

  5. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    You guys need a life. I think it's perfectly acceptable to use the
    net as one of the components of a search. Usenet is, after all,
    a vast, quasi-intelligent heuristic search engine. ;-)

    Although, I do find it preferable if the poster gives _some_
    indication that he/she has done _something_ on their own. And
    non-English-speakers probalby don't know how to phrase a question
    in the proper kiss-up tone: "Oh, I'd be eternally grateful if
    you could be so kind to point my unworthy ass at a potential
    reference" or something like that.


  6. Rich Grise wrote:

    Very amusing.

    1. It wouldn't make any difference. He'd still be ignored.
    2. Anyone clever enough to know the answer is also clever enough to spot a
    homework question.
    3. Most of us can't be assed anyway.

  7. Clarence

    Clarence Guest

  8. Joel Kolstad

    Joel Kolstad Guest

    Not to worry, plenty of the kids getting BSEE's today are going to end up in
    marketing anyway. :)
  9. Clarence

    Clarence Guest

    So they FLUNK Engineering?
  10. Phil Hobbs

    Phil Hobbs Guest

    No, no, no--that's where pointy-haired engineering managers come from.


    Phil Hobbs
  11. Clarence

    Clarence Guest

    Oh, aren't those the one's who take all the credit for your work?
  12. Fred Bloggs

    Fred Bloggs Guest

    Nope- because of Bush tax loopholes that reward companies for going
    overseas, there will be no engineering design jobs in the US.
  13. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest


    Well, I'll take credit for charging you two demerits for improper
    use of the apostrophe, in this and another post. There is no apostrophe
    in the plural "ones".

    Rich Grise, Self-Appointed Chief,
    Apostrophe Police
  14. Ok, what about:

    "Oh, aren't those the ones who take all the credit for one's work?"
  15. Clarence

    Clarence Guest

    Had nothing of value to contribute!
  16. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest


    Consider your fine paid in full.

  17. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

  18. Clarence

    Clarence Guest

  19. Hey Oliver,

    The heart of most systems is the Phased Array Antenna which allows the
    reception of the Satellite Carrier while under way. Unlike a fixed
    earth station dish the phased array is a dome with several antenna
    arrays distributed to provide an ideal coverage area for the size of
    the overall dome. As the aircraft's orientation changes in relation to
    the satellite, ideally there are always enough phased antenna elements
    to detect the carrier.

    In earlier designs a tracking dish inside a dome would move according
    to sensor readings on the aircraft that indicated its position,
    heading, and Yaw, pitch and roll relative to the target satellite. The
    robotics required to do all the servo work was quite an effort and
    required a lot of servicing.

    These antennas are also in use on Vehicles, and vessels both civilian
    and military applications.

    Study the Satellite owners and bandwidth resellers out there like
    Hughes, IDIREC, and others for bandwidth and special services.

    We just finished a year long multi-axis robotic Broadband Mobile
    Satellite project that goes to market Q1 2005. If you need help email
    me and I will send you a bunch of links from my files.

    Good luck and if you are considering this topic as a future career the
    sky's the limit for growth. Pun intended.
  20. John Fields

    John Fields Guest

    Same old shit, huh, Clarence?

    Wanna quit before you get so lost you won't be able to find your way
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