Flight control unit

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Flight control unit

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Overview

The flight control unit operates independent of the core flight computers to serve a remote function, often one that is flight critical. Whether it is control surface actuation, sensor aggregation or ancillary system control, we offer a wide range of semiconductor solutions to improve system-level reliability in the harshest conditions.

Design requirements:

Modern flight control unit systems require:

  • Robust, reliable operation.
  • Multiple communications interfaces to many avionic components.
  • Accurate analog conversion for remote sensors.

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