Measurements for Competitiveness in Electronics
Identifies currently unmet measurement needs most critical for the U.S. electronics industry to compete successfully worldwide. Includes: role of measurements in competitiveness, & overview of U.S. electronics & electrical-equipment industries. Nine subfields of electronics are covered: semiconductors, magnetics, superconductors, microwaves, lasers, optical-fiber communications, optical-fiber sensors, video, & electromagnetic compatibility. Extensive references. Charts, tables & graphs.
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