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J. J. Michael, “Power Electronics: Principles and Applications,” Delmar Thomson Learning, USA, 2002.

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  • TITLE: Remotely Controlled Automated Horse Jump

    AUTHORS: Ibrahim Al-Bahadly, Joel White

    KEYWORDS: Automation, Horse Jump, Dc Motor, RF Remote Control

    JOURNAL NAME: Circuits and Systems, Vol.2 No.1, January 27, 2011

    ABSTRACT: With the application of automation, a horse jump can be controlled with the push of a button, or even a remote control. This enables the rider to adjust the jump to suit their needs while still on their horse. The objective of this work is to design and build a wireless remote motor controller which will be applied to a prototype horse jump. The user will be able to control the forward and reverse direction of the motor by pushing a button or switch via RF remote control. A horse jump prototype consisting of a single jump stand will be constructed.