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2021 IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC)

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Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on

Experimental and theoretical advances in antennas including design and development, and in the propagation of electromagnetic waves including scattering, diffraction and interaction with continuous media; and applications pertinent to antennas and propagation, such as remote sensing, applied optics, and millimeter and submillimeter wave techniques.


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Speech analysis, synthesis, coding speech recognition, speaker recognition, language modeling, speech production and perception, speech enhancement. In audio, transducers, room acoustics, active sound control, human audition, analysis/synthesis/coding of music, and consumer audio. (8) (IEEE Guide for Authors) The scope for the proposed transactions includes SPEECH PROCESSING - Transmission and storage of Speech signals; speech coding; speech enhancement and noise reduction; ...


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The theory, design and application of Control Systems. It shall encompass components, and the integration of these components, as are necessary for the construction of such systems. The word `systems' as used herein shall be interpreted to include physical, biological, organizational and other entities and combinations thereof, which can be represented through a mathematical symbolism. The Field of Interest: shall ...


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The Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems addresses areas at the crossroads of Circuits and Systems and Life Sciences. The main emphasis is on microelectronic issues in a wide range of applications found in life sciences, physical sciences and engineering. The primary goal of the journal is to bridge the unique scientific and technical activities of the Circuits and Systems ...


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IEEE Spectrum - Front cover

IEEE Spectrum, 2017

Presents the front cover for this issue of the publication.


Microelectronics and computers

IEEE Spectrum, 1990

The European microelectronics and computer industry, which has trailed Japanese and US competitors in technology and market share, is examined. The impact of European Community (EC) rulings and of actions taken by the various European companies is considered. As they consolidate and reorganize to better cope with the present downturn, European computer companies are also beginning to plan for the ...


IEEE Spectrum - Retrospect and prospect

IEEE Spectrum, 1964

When a comprehensive merger proposal was submitted in 1962 to the AIEE and IRE memberships, it was accepted by an overwhelmingly favorable vote. Now we, the membership of the older societies, are The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. With broad coverage of the entire electrical and electronics field within our scope, it is appropriate that IEEE should select ...


Engineers and PCs

IEEE Spectrum, 1993

The results of an in-depth survey conducted to determine the role IBM- compatible and Macintosh computers play in the daily lives of IEEE Spectrum readers is presented. About 45% of the respondents were in management; 9% were in general or corporate management, and the majority were engineering managers or project leaders/engineers. About 20% of the respondents were involved with R&D ...


Scarce programs: From power engineering and electromagnetics to telecommunications and instrumentation, specialized programs are in short supply

IEEE Spectrum, 1984

A collection of short articles describes seven programs that are either missing or in short supply. These are: power engineering, electromagnetics, instrumentation, telecommunications, manufacturing, communicating (oral, written, and visual), and societal awareness.


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  • IEEE Spectrum - Front cover

    Presents the front cover for this issue of the publication.

  • Microelectronics and computers

    The European microelectronics and computer industry, which has trailed Japanese and US competitors in technology and market share, is examined. The impact of European Community (EC) rulings and of actions taken by the various European companies is considered. As they consolidate and reorganize to better cope with the present downturn, European computer companies are also beginning to plan for the opportunities and challenges posed by integration of the EC market.<<ETX>>

  • IEEE Spectrum - Retrospect and prospect

    When a comprehensive merger proposal was submitted in 1962 to the AIEE and IRE memberships, it was accepted by an overwhelmingly favorable vote. Now we, the membership of the older societies, are The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. With broad coverage of the entire electrical and electronics field within our scope, it is appropriate that IEEE should select as its unifying and "core" publication, reaching all its members, a new journal born this monthfittingly termed IEEE SPECTRUM. Its novel designation was wisely and felicitously suggested by E.K. Gannett, in charge of IEEE Editorial Operations, and W.R. Crone, Consultant to the IEEE STUDENT JOURNAL. It is anticipated that IEEE SPECTRUM will contain review and tutorial articles, and occasionally articles of broad and fundamental import. It will include articles of application and of economic significance. It will present news of the profession and of IEEE, announcements and reports of conferences and conventions, news of education, and letters to the editor on topics of broad concern as well as of general interest. Also included will be news of scientific and engineering advancement, items of political and social interest to the profession, and abstracts of or references to material in other IEEE publications. The technical level of IEEE SPECTRUM will be such that it will be a positive force in upgrading the level of membership ability and in fostering the development and expansion of the field encompassed by IEEE. It will inherently aim to be an agent for human progress through enhanced professional capabilities. The title IEEE SPECTRUM is particularly appropriate in view of the unusually wide range of topics falling within the scope of IEEE. Serving as a source of dependable and timely information on matters within the scope of IEEE, and thus keeping the membership of the Institute up to date in its fields, is only one of the purposes of IEEE SPECTRUM. Another primary aim of IEEE and its publications is to foster and strengthen the professional standing of its members and to promote and emphasize their professional accomplishments. The author briefly considers the nature of professionalism and the personal value and significance of the professional attitude among engineers.

  • Engineers and PCs

    The results of an in-depth survey conducted to determine the role IBM- compatible and Macintosh computers play in the daily lives of IEEE Spectrum readers is presented. About 45% of the respondents were in management; 9% were in general or corporate management, and the majority were engineering managers or project leaders/engineers. About 20% of the respondents were involved with R&D or design and development, either as managers or hands-on engineers. Among the many findings summarized here, the survey shows that most of the respondents use high-end personal computers, but more for business than for engineering.<<ETX>>

  • Scarce programs: From power engineering and electromagnetics to telecommunications and instrumentation, specialized programs are in short supply

    A collection of short articles describes seven programs that are either missing or in short supply. These are: power engineering, electromagnetics, instrumentation, telecommunications, manufacturing, communicating (oral, written, and visual), and societal awareness.

  • IEEE Spectrum online: Content is liberated!

    Announces the newly revamped IEEE Spectrum Online and details all of the changes visitors will find.

  • Lessons learned: Challenges abound as designers tackle integrated software, artificial intelligence, and user-friendliness

    The importance of software in the microcomputer field is stressed. Advances in hardware have led to software improvements in three areas: power, functionality, and user assistance. The greater power of today's personal computer software is exhibited not only in performing its intended functions; designers of user-friendly software are also drawing on this power in an attempt to compensate for user inexperience and to accommodate the differing demands placed on software by different uses.

  • The world of silicon: it's dog eat dog [semiconductor industry]

    Competition in the semiconductor industry is discussed, focusing on the changes that have taken place in the wake of the 1985 worldwide sales slump. This report is based on two pane discussions and conversations with industry veterans around the world. The following conclusions emerged: manufacturing skills the world over have reached parity; the costs of production equipment, facilities, and research and development have all skyrocketed, and only the largest of companies have the resources to remain competitive on a global basis; optical lithography is expected to be useful at least down to 0.35 mu m geometries; cooperative ventures and networks of alliances are inevitable if a company wants to remain at the forefront of technology; the application- specific integrated circuit (ASIC) market has become a self-sustaining business; vertical integration is going to be a virtual necessity for any company that wants to remain a leading supplier; and the lack of truly sophisticated design tools continues to be a major hindrance to advanced IC design.<<ETX>>

  • The United States in space

    The US program is examined in three contexts: its position internationally, its role domestically, and NASA's workings internally. Some of the principal issues explored are: what it means for NASA to be simply a lead agency instead of the sole agency charged with implementing the US space program; whether the types of technical and managerial troubles NASA has recently experienced are different in quality from the troubles it had during the Apollo era; how the various pressures to which it is being subjected are effecting its internal ways of doing business; and whether there are lessons from the experiences of other nations' space programs and their ways of overseeing projects are doing business that could be useful to the US space program, and vice versa.<<ETX>>

  • Nuclear Waste: the challenge is global

    The difficulties in disposing of many millions of tons of nuclear waste, comprising radioactive elements with half-lives ranging from microseconds to eons, are discussed, stressing the global nature of the issue. The IAEA classification of nuclear waste into high, intermediate, and low-level forms is described. The classification is based on several factors, including the waste's source and temperature, and half-life: the greater the number of long- lived radioisotopes the waste contains, the higher the level of waste. Although, overall, wastes from commercial power reactors outweigh those from military ones, military programs produce a huge excess of the high-level type. Methods of reprocessing high-level wastes, the solution most favored in Europe, are examined. Opposition to permanent underground disposal sites, the principal alternative to reprocessing, is discussed. Progress in disposing of low-level wastes is described. The technology of vitrification of high-level wastes and of nuclear fuel reprocessing is examined.<<ETX>>



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