Avionics, or aviation electronics, is a general term for all electrical equipment used
in missiles, aircraft and spacecraft.
Avionics encompasses components the pilot directly uses, such as navigation, weather radar, and radio communication equipment. In addition, avionics also comprises other electronic systems not directly used by the pilot that control and monitor flight and engine performance.
Course of Avionics aims to study aviation electronics together with navigation and instrumentation systems. Avionics degree programs prepare students for careers as avionics technicians, who install, maintain and repair an aircraft’s electrical components.
Students learn electrical theory, circuits, technical diagrams, industry regulations and electronic communications.Studies typically combine classroom instruction with simulated lab exercises wherein students receive hands-on training on aircraft instrumentation.
The program balances in-class theory with practical, hands-on application in a laboratory environment.
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Key Learning Outcomes and Skills
Students in this degree program are exposed to engineering and technical skill sets necessary to the industry, such as Mathematics, Physical Sciences (Applied Physics and Chemistry, Engineering Physics), Engineering Drawing, Computer Fundamentals and Basic Programming.
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Typical courses in a bachelor’s degree program in avionics include the following:
- Electrical circuits
- Fundamentals and circuit analysis
- Digital electronics
- Microwave, radar, and pulse systems
- Power distribution systems
- Flight control and management systems
- Electronics flight instrument systems
- Long-range navigation systems
- Integrated avionics systems
- Traffic alert and avoidance systems
Avionics systems and components are repaired and maintained by avionics technicians, also known generally as aircraft mechanics. These specialized technicians may do preventative routine maintenance by inspecting the instruments and other electrical and electronic parts. Technicians may also troubleshoot faulty components using reports from other aircraft workers and operators, such as pilots. After repairing and replacing the necessary parts, technicians test the equipment to ensure it works as it should.
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