Acronyms

HUMHardware User Manual
IDIdentification
PFDPrimary Flight Display
RECRecord
RPASRemotely Piloted Aircraft System
RPARemotely Piloted Aircraft
UAVUnmanned Aerial Vehicle
UASUnmanned Aerial System
UCAVUnmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle
VTOLVertical TakeOff and Landing
SUMSoftware User Manual
UAVUnmanned Aircraft Vehicle
WPWaypoint
PIDProportional Integral Derivative
CANController Area Network
AGLAbove Ground Level
MSLMean Sea Level
IASIndicated Air Speed
TASTrue Air Speed
GSGround Speed
AoAAngle of Attack
RPMRevolutions Per Minute
WGS84World Geodetic System 84
PWMPulse Width Modulation
GPSGlobal Positioning System
ECEFEarth Centered – Earth Fixed
QNHBarometric atmospheric pressure adjusted to sea level
RXReception
TXTrasmission
EKFEnabled Kalman Filter
IDIdentification Number
LEDLight-Emitting Diode
32 VAR32 Bits variables (Reals)
16 VAR16 Bits variables (Integers)
BITBit Variables
PVARPipe variables
USOutput-Servo matrix
SUServo-Output matrix
RCRadio Control Mode
AUTOAutomatic Mode
ARCArcade Mode
STBStandby Phase
TKOTakeOff Phase
CMBClimb Phase
CRUCruise Phase
PRSPursuite Phase
LNDLanding Phase
FLRFlare Phase
HLDHold Phase
ADCAnalog to Digital Converter
AWGAmerican Wire Gauge
CAPCapture Module
DCDirect Current
DGPSDifferential GPS
DTSDigital Transmission System
ECAPEnhanced CAP
EGNOSEuropean Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service
EPWM Enhanced PWM
FCSFlight Control System
FHSSFrequency Hopping Spread Spectrum
FTSFlight Termination System
GISGeographical Information System
GNDGround
GNSSGlobal Navigation Satellite Systems
GPSGlobal Positioning System
GSGround Segment
IMSIndustrial Scientific and Medical
LADGPSLocal Area
LOSLine of Sight
PWR Power
RFRadio Frequency
RS232Recommended Standard 232
SMASubMiniature Version A Connector

 Acronyms

Definitions

  • Control Phase: the operation is divided into phases in which the unmanned vehicle has a specific performance. Each of this phases is called a control phase.
  • Control Channel: It is each of the signals used to control a behaviour or action.
  • Control Mode: It is possible to make a manual control of the UAV by stick, assisted control and fully automatic control.
  • Actuator: It is a mechanic device to provide force to move or “act” another mechanical device.