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I have been a member of STC for 7 years and now I pay the membership fee
MYSELF. I was also a member of the IEEE PCS for a few years when my
employer was willing to pay both STC and IEEE memberships.
I highly recommend STC and, if you can afford both, I'd add IEEE, also.
In some respects, IEEE was more interesting than STC but, because of
STC's size, the publications put out by STC cover a much wider range of
I have not been a member of ACM.
> Hi all,
> I have recently received my predecessor's renewal forms for membership
> to the IEEE and ACM. I'm interested in hearing from anyone who
> is a member of the above societies or STC (or any other related to
> communications). Have you found membership helpful and worth the
> dues? Are the member publications such as Intercom useful?