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IEEE began publishing its general&nbsp; member's magazine, ''IEEE Sprectrum, '' in 1964, one year after the Institute came into existence from the merger of AIEE and IRE.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Only AIEE had had a general membeship magazine, ''Electrical Engineering. ''''Spectrum&nbsp;'' replaced it and went to all members of the merged institute. The first cover featured articles about a then new major technology, the laser.
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IEEE began publishing its general&nbsp; member's magazine, ''IEEE Sprectrum, '' in 1964, one year after the Institute came into existence from the merger of AIEE and IRE.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Only AIEE had had a general membeship magazine, ''Electrical Engineering. Spectrum&nbsp;'' replaced it and went to all members of the merged institute. The first cover featured articles about a then new major technology, the laser.&nbsp; ''Spectrum ''from its beginning contained a mix of broad articles on relevant technologies, news of the profession, profiles of prominent members, and other items of wide interest.&nbsp;
  
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IEEE began publishing its general  member's magazine, IEEE Sprectrum, in 1964, one year after the Institute came into existence from the merger of AIEE and IRE.    Only AIEE had had a general membeship magazine, Electrical Engineering. Spectrum  replaced it and went to all members of the merged institute. The first cover featured articles about a then new major technology, the laser.  Spectrum from its beginning contained a mix of broad articles on relevant technologies, news of the profession, profiles of prominent members, and other items of wide interest.