AEA - Fundamentals of Aircraft Electronics Part I - Electricity and Electronics
A Study Guide for AET Certification
The essential guide to aircraft electronics associated with AET certification. This course has been produced as a way to present the material covered in the companion textbook and workbook and provide a complete learning experience at home, at work, or in a school setting.
The online lessons present only the essence of the material. This arrangement allows the student who has some knowledge, and only needs a refresher to quickly move through the online lessons. When a more detailed explanation is necessary, it can be found in the companion textbook. Additional examples and problems for solving are available in the workbook. Textbook and workbook are available at https://www.avotek.com/
William Tramper is an NCATT-certified Aircraft Electronics Technician (AET), FAA certificated Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic, and Private Pilot. He served in the United States Air Force as an Avionics Guidance and Control Systems Specialist working on C-130 Hercules aircraft, then transitioned to civilian aviation where he has worked as an avionics installer and as a tech rep for a leading avionics manufacturer. William helped develop the first AET standard and certification under NCATT and has remained committed to the further development of avionics standards and endorsements, now serving as Vice-Chairperson of ASTM Committee F46 on Aerospace Personnel and Chairperson of ASTM Committee F46.02 on Avionics and Information Technologies Endorsements. William lives in Michigan with his wife and two children, and is currently the President of Azimuth Aerospace Solutions.
David Jones serves as the Senior Writer/Editor at Avotek Information Resources and is active
in all aspects of the publishing business.
He is a graduate of the Aviation Engineering Technology program at
Western Michigan University, and holds FAA flight and mechanic certifications.
He has over 40 years experience in aviation education as an instructor,
administrator, curriculum developer and technical writer. David served on the
ARAC Workgroup for Part 147 revision and has followed that with participation
in additional FAA programs. He currently
participates in the ACS workgroup which is focused on updating training and
testing for nearly all FAA Certificates and ratings. Born in Michigan, and currently residing in Missouri, David has lived and worked all over the country during his career in aviation education.