EMC refers to the science of Electromagnetic Compatibility which is the design of electronic systems so that they will not cause electromagnetic interference in other electronic systems and will not be susceptible to interference caused by these other systems
2007 IEEE EMC SYMPOSIUM
During the Symposium the EMC Aviators have met for the first time.
Andy M., Antonio O. and Ghery P. went flying over Ohau, Molokai and the Big Islands. Look at the pictures HERE
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 IEEE EMC SYMPOSIUM
During the Symposium the EMC Aviators have met. Look at the pictures HERE
We look forward to fly in Colorado !!!
The EMC Aviators' Club is proud to announce that:
· Ghery S. Petitt is the PAST PRESIDENT of the IEEE EMC Society
· Andy Marvin has been elevated to the grade of IEEE Fellow of the IEEE
Gliding FAI Silver 'C'
certificate. British Gliding Association Full Rated Instructor
Flies from URBE airport (LIRU), via Salaria 825, Rome, Italy http://www.aerotechroma.com/
Clayton R. Paul
Ghery S. Pettit
EMC Regulatory Compliance Manager, Intel Corporation
Private Pilot, Airplane, Single Engine, Land, Instrument Airplane (PP-ASEL IA). I fly out of KOLM (Olympia Regional Airport, Olympia, Washington) Center O Flying Club. 4 airplanes in the club. C-172N, C-172P, C-182P and PA-28R-200
Contacts: email@example.com or +1 253 371-5515
John and two friends were killed whilst flying his Beechcraft Bonanza over Colorado on the 4th August 2010.
cause report of the incident is available.
David A. Larrabee
Professor in the Physics Department, East Stroudsburg University, Pennsylvania, USA. Private Pilot Single Engine Land and Glider but currently inactive. Learned to fly gliders in graduate school at Grund Field outside of Ithaca NY (Cornell) (see picture). When I left school I flew out of Somerset Airport with Aero club Albatross and eventually with the club at located at Princeton University’s airport. I continued to fly until I bought a house (more useful but a lot less fun). I also transitioned to power and bought a 1946 Aeronca Champ with a partner. I do want to get back into soaring (when I have lost some weight…) and I wouldn’t mind getting another taildragger….
Associate Professor in Electronic Engineering at ESEO (Graduate Engineering School, Angers, France).
PPL/A, SEP (French "TT" private pilot license obtained in 1997 and converted in 2011). FCL 1.028 English VFR rating (level 6). Ground instructor, also teaches aeronautics in a high school (French "BIA" entry-level degree in aeronautics). Hopes to become a VFR volunteering instructor and to pass the instrument rating. Flies from Angers-Marcé Flying Club (http://www.aeroclubangers.fr/) on Angers-Marcé airport (LFJR), currently C172SP (180HP) and PA28-160. Used to fly PA28-180, PA28-R180, DR400-180, Grumman Tiger and Mooney 201. 12 hours on R22 and B206 but never finished PPL/H. Maybe some day ... .
Contacts : firstname.lastname@example.org or +33 2 41 86 67 03
FAA Private Pilot, SEP, Glider. Currently flying Grob 103, ASK-21 and SGS 1-36 With the Skyline Soaring Club in Front Royal VA. He is also building a MONI Motor Glider. Michael's youngest son Ryan (18 years old) passed FAA flight test for Private Glider rating last month.
Contacts: 107 Sussex St, Fredericksburg, VA 22405, phone 540-371-4741
Jeremy B. Campbell
Power Electronics and EMC Engineer
FAA Private Pilot, SEP.
Contacts: email@example.com, phone: +1-310-626-5115
Liuji R. Koga
Professor Emeritus, Okayama Universit, japan.
Private Pilot, Glider. Around 40 hours on gliders and 10 hours on C172.
President of [NPO]Okayama Association for Sports Aviation The association comprises "Kansai Aerosports Club", which possesses Discus, Pilatus B-4, Blanik L-23, G109, and Falke25C.
Home Airport:"Oku Glider Port"; Tower: "OKU FLIGT SERVICE,137.775MHz".
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone/FAX: +81-86-253-7509
Richard reporting final on a night landing at Angers airport
Richard on a C172SP, on the flight to Ussel (LFCU)
Andy and Antonio at Terni airfield, ready to take off on I-IAHA (Socata TB9) heading LIRU (Rome Urbe).
RAF Shorts Turcano training aircraft had a
complete engine failure and dropped in. It managed to avoid people and
the runway but overshot the runway end as it arrived rather hard and burst both main wheel tyres thus reducing its braking efficiency. No
injuries and it will be flown out.
Both instructor and pupil were given out standard certificate for
completing a trial glider flight at Andy's glider club.
David L. took this picture of Sommerset Airport (NJ) in the way back from Oshkosh on his 1946 Aeronca Champ.
Mike (7), Anna (5) and Antonio on I-IAHA. The first time of Anna !!
Mike, now 11, and Antonio on I-AINA, a C-172.
.... and looking his new Standard Cirrus
A hangar for locomotives near Brive (LFBC) runway. No, these aren't model trains !