Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering: With Supplement

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John G. Webster
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2000 - Technology & Engineering
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Electrical and electronics engineering entails the design, development and implementation of electrical and electronic power systems. This may be as simple as designing a light bulb or as complex as the development of robotics for automating manufacturing. This Encyclopedia covers both the theory of electrical and electronics engineering as well as practical applications for industry. The annual update volume describes the latest developments in the field.

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Contents

MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
77
NETWORKING SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING
143
APPLIED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
246
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