Communications Standards Dictionary

Third Edition

by Martin Weik

Now in its Third Edition, the Communications Standard Dictionary maintains its position as the most comprehensive dictionary covering communications technologies available. A one-of-the-kind reference, this dictionary remains unmatched in the breadth and scope of its coverage and is the primary reference for communications, computer, data processing, and control systems professionals.

Television, telephony, and data information services are now acontinuum. The services provided by the broadcasting, telecommunications, and computer industries have converged and now share their wire, optical fiber, and over-the-air (wireless) technologies. The Communications Standard Dictionary embodies this convergence and continuum.

The Third Edition features over 13000 entries and is noted for its clear, precise, and accurate definitions.

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Contents: Preface; Introduction; Definitions; Appendixes; Abbreviations and Acronyms; Tables; Bibliography.

1996: 6 x 9: 1100pp: 69 illus
Hardback: 0-412-08391-4: $74.95

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