Issue 7 • 12 July 1990
The people of Hungary are in the throes of a process of dramatic change: turning a single-party regime of state-owned industry into a free-market democracy, and integrating their country into the world economy. Here, the author examines how these changes will affect Hungary's telecommunication system.<
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The author describes how Dowty Maritime Systems developed a submarine command and control system for the UK Ministry of Defence. The system chosen was an ASIC-based distributed-multiprocessor architecture, and the author describes how early design decisions for the project included the choice of transputers for array processing, a Multibus II backplane for intercomputer communication, and a fibre-... View full abstract»
The idea of providing moving colour picture videophone services, better audio quality and new data services has long been one of the dearest dreams of all telecommunications network operators. Recent advances in image and speech processing, and in implementation and network technologies, are at last coming together to make this dream a reality in the very near future. Here, the author examines the... View full abstract»
Object-oriented is a popular expression that can be applied to a language, a user-interface style, an approach or even a database. The author aims to describe the concepts as applied to a programming language. He also describes an object-oriented user-interface style, giving insight into how object-oriented design and programming aids the software development process View full abstract»
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Published from 1988-2006, IEE Review was the IEE's flagship magazine featuring analysis, news, innovation announcements, job advertisements and careers advice. The coverage was wide and aimed at professionals in all areas of engineering and technology, including the key industry sectors of communications, control and automation, electronics, management, IT, manufacturing and power.