Microcommunications Handbook

Intel Bks, "Microcommunications Handbook"
Intel Corporation | 1987 | ISBN: 1555120644, 1555120077, 1555120458 | 1440 pages | File type: PDF | 86,4 mb

Intel is generally credited with inventing the microprocessor chip, which has found its way into many facets of our daily lives from the family
automobile to the personal computer. Micro-chips have traditionally been associated with computer technology, but a revolution is underway in the world of communications that will transform this traditional analog world into a digital one. Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) is the term used to describe the new class of service soon to be provided by the telephone operating companies, but the merging of Computers and Communications will certainly find its way into many other applications. To emphasize the role that this emerging technology will have on our products, we have coined the term Microcommunications Micro-Chips in Communications.

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