Electrical and Electronic Technologies: A Chronology of Events and Inventors from 1900 to 1940
This volume provides students, authors, teachers, and researchers with a ready source of information for specific details in the development of the electrical and electronic fields. The author, an electrical and electronic engineer, compiled events up to 1940 in two previous volumes. This new volume continues the story to 1980.
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