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== IEEE Spectrum ==
  
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 History|IEEE]] began publishing its general member's magazine, ''IEEE Spectrum, '' in 1964, one year after the Institute came into existence from [[Formation of IEEE by the Merger of AIEE and IRE|the merger of AIEE and IRE]]. Only [[AIEE History 1884-1963|AIEE]] had had a general membership 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|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.
  
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Latest revision as of 18:35, 27 January 2012

IEEE Spectrum

IEEE began publishing its general member's magazine, IEEE Spectrum, in 1964, one year after the Institute came into existence from the merger of AIEE and IRE. Only AIEE had had a general membership 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.