What Every Engineer Should Know About Data Communications
Marcel Dekker, Incorporated
, 1987 - Computers
- 152 pages
What Every Engineer Should Know amounts to a bewildering array of knowledge. Regardless of the area of expertise, engineering intersects with all the fields that constitute modern industry. The engineer discovers soon after graduation that the range of subjects covered in the engineering curriculum omits many of the most important problems encountered in the line of daily practice -- problems concerning new technology, business, law, and related technical fields. With this series of concise, easy-to-understand volumes, every engineer now has within reach a compact set of primers on important subjects such as patents, product liability, management science, microprocessor technology, and communications. These are books that require only a layman's knowledge to understand properly, and no engineer can afford to remain uninformed of the fields involved.