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radio control

n
(Telecommunications) remote control by means of radio signals from a transmitter
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Caption: Veterans of all abilities and skill levels drive cars and fly planes or quadcopters as part of the Paralyzed Veterans of America Cal-Diego Chapter radio control club.
A significant difference to radio controls lies in the considerably shorter range of some 40 m between the transmitter and sensors.
Sperry's "unpiloted" plane differed from Mirick's primarily in that Sperry's had been supposed to navigate by preset automation rather than radio control. When Sperry's N-9 had consistently--though narrowly--missed targets, he had requested permission to use radio control to adjust for wind-induced creep.
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First out of the farm gates is the Radio Control John Deere 6430 Tractor which combines all the excitement of radio controlled vehicle operation with a host of functions.
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Other popular products include the Doctor Who 5-inch Action Figures and the Doctor Who 5 inch Radio Control Dalek.
The radio control eliminates the need to run wiring between the power unit and wall inlets.
Features include all hydraulic controls, dual range thrust and rotation, floating carriage, patent pending open top heavy-duty vise, and radio control tramming system.
We pay a whopping $2,405 every time the ARC-220 HF radio control head, NSN 5821-01-413-4243, gets damaged.
The roots of UAV technology can be traced to a 15 September 1924 flight of an N-9 equipped with radio control and without a human pilot aboard.
All American's indoor and outdoor wireless radio control console has an indoor range of 500 feet and an outdoor range of 1,500 feet.

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