A radio controlled aircraft is an aircraft which is controlled by remote or sensor; it is a model aircraft which is generally controlled by a remote transmitter and a receiver within the aircraft. The radio aircraft is fully under-control by a remote, and receiver plays an important role in receiving the signal, that shifts the control area which is located on the transmitter, which mainly helps the plane in locating the directions. Now days the use of radio controlled aircraft is increasing worldwide and it is used more frequently than ever. RC aircrafts can be jet planes, helicopters, choppers, spy planes etc.
The RC electric airplanes hobby can be a very enjoyable and rewarding one. Flying RC airplanes can give you the thrill and freedom of flying, without all the expense and hassle of taking flying lessons. There are some things that you need to know before you just go out and buy the first plane you see.
Government, scientists (NASA) and more frequently the military units use theseaircrafts for experimental purposes such as for doing spy activities on their enemy, for getting the news of weather and more commonly they use these planes for dropping bombs on their enemies. In nineteenth century, an aircraft was designed and named Kettering Bug, this craft was electronically handled model aircraft in which hydrogen was filled for takeoff but now this model is kept in the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. In the year of 1920, a new monoplane with the speed of 160 km/hr (100 miles/hr) was launched by the royal aircraft establishment of Britain, named the monoplane was Larynx. RC aircrafts are made using many different materials but the models which are made with a light weight material are more useful in the indoor flights or in domestic flights.