Newnes Dictionary of Electronics

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Elsevier, Mar 4, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 389 pages
The revised edition of the Newnes Dictionary of Electronics includes a substantial new section devoted to acronyms and abbreviations. So if you think you know the meaning of ADDER, LAP, FIB, SPICE or WORM, we recommend you check in the Newnes Dictionary of Electronics first.

*A concise glossary for electronics, TV, radio and computing
*Ideal for engineers, students and enthusiasts
*Includes a handy appendix of acronyms
 

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Contents

A
1
B
22
C
42
D
81
E
108
F
128
G
143
H
151
O
218
P
226
Q
259
R
262
S
279
T
315
U
335
V
338

I
161
J
175
K
178
L
181
M
191
N
210
W
349
X
355
Y
356
Z
357
ELECTRONICS ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
359
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About the author (2002)

Stan Amos, formerly head of Technical Publications Section Engineering Training Department BBC, has been writing about electronics since the 1950s.

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