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IEEE Spectrum is the largest international circulation magazine in the electronics field, and is the primary link between the IEEE and its members.
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IEEE Potentials covers career issues, the latest technical breakthroughs, and other subjects of interest to electrical and computer engineering students and other professionals.
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The flagship journal of the IEEE, this title publishes in-depth reviews, tutorials, and surveys for non-specialist readers.
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Proceedings of the IEEE
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IEEE Press books cover a wide array of engineering subjects, and include important non-technical subjects as well. Prospective authors are encouraged to submit a proposal giving the details of the subject, coverage, level, and approach of the book.
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IEEE Standards Information Network
If you have an idea for a new handbook, guide, tutorial, or other standards-related product, we would like to hear from you. The Standards Information Network publishes leading-edge products that enhance the understanding and implementation of IEEE Standards. All products are peer reviewed by knowledgeable engineering professionals prior to publication.