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Old 5th Sep 2018, 13:18
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Originally Posted by KenV View Post
Oddly enough, there's plenty of "modern" FBW technology that lets the pilot know what the other pilot or the computer is doing with the controls. The F-35, F-18, F-15, 777, 787, 777X all have back driven controls that provide visual and tactile feedback of what is going on. So there's really no reason for a flight control architecture that does not have back driven controls.
You missed the point.
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