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Because I have a good understanding of electronics, radio communications,
microwave communications, and satellite communications, I always thought
that I could rightfully represent myself as one having a good knowledge of
Can anybody recommend a good book? Also, would somebody who works in the
telecommunications field kindly explain what the telecommunications
"professionals" mean when they say the word "telecom". Although the word is
frighteningly chic, I'll bet it has as many meanings as users.
73 and Happy Holidays,
30M CW Rules!
michaelj -at- oecmed -dot- com
writer -at- softcom -dot- net