"The Galloping Ghost name came from the observer's natural response to the control action since the rudder and elevator surfaces flap continuously during operation"
Nathan H Rambo III (Ed.)
Model Aeronautical Press Ltd, Watford
Book, 16 pages
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Described as "a comprehensive survey of pulse-proportional radio control systems as contributed by leading experts on the subject", this booklet was reprinted from AeroModeller magazine sometime in the early 1960s.
Covers: construction, installation, flying, multi-vibrator circuits, control boxes, servos.
Articles by Nathan H Rambo III, J Blackburn, Charles Riall, AC Armstrong, Howard Boys, T Ives.
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I still have my copy of this booklet bought in about 1967 and I shudder to think how much time I spent trying to get a galloping ghost system working from it (I would have been 14 or 15 at the time). I got the Ives control box working but not much else. I guess it was character-building. Still, it's good that this is preserved so people can have an appreciation of just how easy 'proportional' RC has become.
ColinMill - 13/08/2019