Aerospace Sensors Book from Momentum Press

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Momentum Press LLC

Momentum Press LLC, New York, NY, offers the book Aerospace Sensors by Alexander Nebylov. The 576-page book is part of the Sensor Technology Series and provides a survey of all major classes of sensors used in aerospace vehicles and support systems. It explains the most recent advances in types of sensors, their uses, and how they can be integrated with one another for total system controls. The book also provides guidance on principles of operation, design, and performance for major classes of aerospace sensors; radio-altimeters and other autonomous radio sensors; satellite navigation systems and their aerospace applications; and designing for sensor integration.

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Company: Momentum Press LLC
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 919-803-0534

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