Wiley Electrical and Electronics Engineering Dictionary

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Wiley, Jan 22, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 896 pages
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Electrical engineering is one of the largest professional disiplines in the world and as such has collected an enormous amount of unique terminology and jargon. This dictionary is the essential source of definitions of electrical engineering terms and acronyms used in todays electrical and electronics literature. It is meant to save time, to present the desired information in the place it is first looked up, and in a manner that allows the content to be more readily assimilated.

Key features include:

  • Contains over 35,000 detailed terms.
  • Sponsored by the Institite of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the world's largest professional organization and the creator of electrical engineering standards.
  • Designed so that no cross referencing is required in order to achieve full understanding of terms.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
54
Section 3
88
Section 4
158
Section 5
163
Section 6
222
Section 7
273
Section 8
308
Section 17
547
Section 18
617
Section 19
623
Section 20
676
Section 21
769
Section 22
814
Section 23
829
Section 24
851

Section 9
328
Section 10
356
Section 11
398
Section 12
401
Section 13
406
Section 14
441
Section 15
494
Section 16
521
Section 25
870
Section 26
873
Section 27
875
Section 28
879
Section 29
880
Section 30
881
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About the author (2004)

STEVEN M. KAPLAN is a lexicographer with a number of works to his credit.

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