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Number: 244/192
Name: Aeronautics > Aircraft control > Automatic > Electric course control > With "dead-zone" control
Description: System wherein the aircraft is governed by a command or control signal, and the aircraft temporarily flies in a condition in which it receives a null or minimal signal, and wherein the aircraft has no finite control signal applied thereto during the temporary period or minimal signal, in spite of which the aircraft continues to fly by its own mechanism.










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