Focal Illustrated Dictionary of Telecommunications
The Focal Illustrated dictionary of Telecommunications is an invaluable resource for anyone studying, entering, or already working in the telecommunications industry.
* Written by experts with specialist knowledge
* Contains essential data for on-the-job use
* Includes over 6,000 terms, definitions and acronyms
* Has over 350 line drawings
* The most comprehensive reference source of this nature
A Technical Manager for Nortel Networks, Fraidoon Mazda has held various senior technical posts within the electronics and telecommunications industries. He is editor of the Telcommunications Engineer's Reference Book, now in its second edition, and has also edited a series of eight pocketbooks derived from this major work.
Since obtaining his PhD from Cambridge University, Dr. Xerxes Mazda has worked at the Science Museum, London, in various research and management positions. He is currently the Associate Curator of Communications.
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