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Analysis and forecast issue: technology 1994

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No matter what the field, the theme underlying much technical development last year and this is almost an oxymoron: an intertwining of competitiveness and compatibility. While companies want their high-tech products to edge out the competition, they are realistic enough to realize that this is the age of multivendor systems. Thus, to ensure their own survival, they are designing hardware and software to work with everyone else's. Here, the author presents a technological analysis and forecast of the following areas: telecommunications; data communications; consumer electronics; PCs and workstations; software engineering; application software; large computers; solid state; test and measurement; power and energy; transportation; aerospace and military; medical electronics; industrial electronics; and specialties

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 1 )