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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Artem Ivanov
The Telemetry Information Transfer System for Aircrafts
9
2018
In this paper, the object of the study is telemetry information transmission systems for aircraft, designed for remote collection of physical parameters from controlled devices. The aim of the work is the development of hardware and software components for the systems under consideration.

During the work, the characteristics of the main components used were selected, described and studied. A structure and an electrical circuit of the system based on the selected elements are created. A software control for the functioning of all elements as a whole has been developed.

As a result of the work, the prototyping board was tested on the basis of the developed components of the system, a comparison of the measured values ​​was made and differences with some reference values ​​were calculated.

The results obtained in this paper can be useful in any system where remote monitoring of any physical parameters of objects is required, which is today one of the most important areas for development.

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