Research Paper On Telecommunication Engineering
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Text Summary of Carr and Snyder's The Management of Telecommunications
This 19 page paper provides a summary, with some observations, of the book entitled The Management of Telecommunications by Carr & Snyder. The book looks at historical facts of telecommunications, but also provides precise technical information about technology utilized in telecommunications. No additional sources cited.
Sound Engineering and Illumination
This 4 page paper provides an overview of this issue. Illumination and sound engineering are two seemingly different conceptual and structural areas that are often interconnected. In recent years, for example, efforts to reduce energy consumption and to create more effective illumination and sound production devices have determined major shifts in illumination and sound engineering. In assessing these, it is necessary to consider major changes that have occurred in recent years and the central principles related to these types of engineering. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Food and Genetic Engineering
A 2 page paper discussing the true meaning of "genetic engineering" as it applies to food. Genetic engineering is more threatening in its name than in its purpose. It is the precise and predictable altering of plants to achieve specific characteristics, the same goal of plant breeding for specific traits. Environmentalist groups complain of the possibilities inherent in genetic engineering, but they often fail to understand the true goals of the practice. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
National Society for Professional Engineers
In 5 pages, the author discusses the professional engineer, and a Web site of a professional engineering society, the National Society for Professional Engineers. (NSPE). Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Overview of Illinois' Tellabs, Inc. Telecommunications Manufacturer
This 7 page report discusses the Illinois-based Tellabs Inc., designer and maker of advanced telecommunication equipment that include cross-connect systems, digital echo cancellers, digital transcoders and multiplexers. The company’s original mission in 1975 was to design and manufacture specialty telecommunications equipment for fledgling competitors to AT&T and independent telephone companies. Since then it has become a 5,000 employee company operating in 65 countries and is likely to reach $2 billion in sales by the end of this year. Since 1995, Tellabs’ sales goal has been “$2B by 2K.” Bibliography lists 6 sources.