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  1. Standard Handbook for Electrical Engineers by Donald Fink, H. Beaty, 2006-08-25
  2. Probability and Random Processes for Electrical and Computer Engineers by John A. Gubner, 2006-06-05
  3. Electrical Engineers Handbook: Electrical Power by H. Pender, 1949-06
  4. Electrical Engineer's Portable Handbook by Robert Hickey, 2003-09-26
  5. Probability and Stochastic Processes: A Friendly Introduction for Electrical and Computer Engineers by Roy D. Yates, David Goodman, 2004-05-20
  6. Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers by Ralph Ford, Chris Coulston, 2007-08-06
  7. Finite Elements for Electrical Engineers by Peter P. Silvester, Ronald L. Ferrari, 1996-09-13
  8. Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers by J. Eric Salt, Robert Rothery, 2001-09-19
  9. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS REF BOOK, Fifteenth Edition by G R Jones, M. A. Laughton, et all 1993-11-15
  10. Mathcad for Electrical Engineers and Technologists by Stephen Philip Tubbs, 2009-12-01
  11. The IEEE Standard Dictionary of Electrical and Electronics Terms (6th ed) by Jane Radatz, 1997-04
  12. Electrical Engineering for Professional Engineers' Examinations by John D. Constance, 1984-02
  13. An Introduction to Numerical Analysis for Electrical and Computer Engineers by Christopher J. Zarowski, 2004-04-13
  14. Just-In-Time Math for Engineers by Archibald Fripp Dr. Archibald Fripp is an electrical engineer and materials scientist. He was a senior scientist at NASA and managed many space shuttle experiments. He retired from NASA in 1998 but still consults for them on semiconductor and microgravity research., Jon Fripp, et all 2003-08-12

1. Electrical Engineers - Makrobicz
Discusses the roles of electrical engineers.
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electrical engineers
Electrical engineers: Electrical engineering covers a wide spectrum of civilian and military careers. Electrical engineers can generally place themselves in one of the following categories.
  • building and construction services public works educational institution military design house
Electrical engineers are expected to be able to calculate mathematically every element within their particular field. Unlike many other types of engineer, electrical engineers are trained to a minimum of a "higher education" grade. That is to say that every electrical engineer is a graduate. Let me elaborate on this and take a deeper look at the areas covered above.
  • building and construction services
These electrical engineers have duties ranging from assessing the maximum current demand of a new high rise block to calculating harmonics within switch mode power supplies. Typically these electrical engineers work on behalf of a contracting company or are "in house" in larger buildings. The duties of these electrical engineers are possibly the most diverse of all. Not only do they have to design and calculate a prospective installation, they may well have to use software to design it, like autocad et cetera, work out the costings, schedule delivery dates for equipment and accommodate rapid changes in their designs as requested by the clients and other contractors.

2. Electrical Engineering - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The first electrical engineer was probably William Gilbert who designed the versorium a device that detected the presence of statically charged objects.
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Electrical engineering
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Electrical engineers design complex power systems... ...and electronic circuits. Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of electricity electronics and electromagnetism . The field first became an identifiable occupation in the late nineteenth century after commercialization of the electric telegraph and electrical power supply. It now covers a range of subtopics including power electronics control systems signal processing and telecommunications Electrical engineering may include electronic engineering . Where a distinction is made, usually outside of the United States, electrical engineering is considered to deal with the problems associated with large-scale electrical systems such as power transmission and motor control , whereas electronic engineering deals with the study of small-scale electronic systems including computers and integrated circuits Alternatively, electrical engineers are usually concerned with using electricity to transmit energy, while electronic engineers are concerned with using electricity to transmit information. More recently, the distinction has become blurred by the growth of power electronics.
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Main article: History of electrical engineering The discoveries of Michael Faraday formed the foundation of electric motor technology.

3. PayScale - Electrical Engineering Salaries, Government Engineering Salaries
Electrical Engineer Salaries Find electrical engineering salaries by location, employer and more. Free salary comparison report for engineering salaries.
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4. Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc. - Electrical Engineer
Bechtel Plant Machinery, Inc. (BPMI) supports our nation's fleet and sailors by providing exceptional design, procurement and technical services. We work with our many partners to
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5. RIGZONE - Electrical Engineer
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6. Electrical Engineer Shirts, Gifts And Apparel: Home: Zazzle.com Store
Welcome to ELECTRICAL ENGINEER SHIRTS , your home for unique shirts, gifts and apparel for electrical engineers (EEs). Whether you're a proud electrical engineer looking for
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7. Electrical Engineer Sample Resume, Resume Writing Example, Free Resume Template
Free sample resumes for Electrical Engineer resume, Engineering resume. Use as a template for writing a resume.
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8. Electrical Engineer
An Electrical Engineer is a skilled or trained professional in the field of Electrical Engineering. An Electrical Engineer deals with power devices, electrically operated machines
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9. Jobs At SARA, Inc.
, SARA, Inc. Job Description. Scientific Applications Research Associates, Inc is a leading edge Research Development Company with a wide......Job Position
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We are looking for an electrical/electronics engineer to design and build prototype products and support the design and conduct of testing. This person should have a degree in electrical/electronic engineering or equivalent and hands-on experience planning and conducting tests and simulation of electronic systems.
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We are seeking an Electrical Engineer with the following skills:
  • Digital and analog circuit design with experience in high frequency design practices FPGA logic design using standard tools Schematic entry using standard tools Hands-on test and debugging with knowledge of standard test equipment (e.g. oscilloscope, logic analyzer, signal generator) Must be capable of independently designing, testing, and debugging circuit boards and large systems Proficient laboratory skills (e.g. soldering, trouble shooting) Proficient writing skills as the job will require developing documentation Matlab, LabView, and real-time DSP programming (TMS320C6000) Self starter Capable of working independently Additional desired skills include: data acquisition, and ORCAD

10. Electrical Engineering Jobs, Employment, Products
ElectricalEngineer.com is an electrical engineer job listing and recruiting site for electrical engineers and jobs related to the electrical engineering profession.
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11. Elecrical Engineer - Profile Of An Electrical Enginner - How To Become An Electr
Information about Electrical Engineers. What an Electrical Engineer does. How to become an Electrical Engineer. Companies that hire Electrical Engineers. Includes links to industry
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    Electrical Engineers design, develop and test electronic systems, devices and equipment. Examples of these systems include computer components, GPS systems, communications systems, antennas, receivers, lighting systems, wiring systems, power generators, aircrafts, automobiles, and so much more. There are several specialty fields within Electrical Engineering , including Automatic Controls, Digital Systems (Computer Systems), Electromagnetics, Electronics, Electrical Power and Communication and Signal Processing.
    Education for Electrical Engineers
    Electrical Engineering is a degree program. When considering universities, you should look for a program that is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology or ABET. There are all levels of degrees up to PhD. It is not uncommon for Electrical Engineers to attend school through the Masters and into the PhD level. A recent survey of the leading industry organization, the

    12. Sloan Career Cornerstone Center: Careers In Science, Technology, Engineering, Ma
    The Sloan Career Cornerstone Center is a nonprofit resource center for those exploring career paths in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and healthcare
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    13. Ratna's World
    Electrical Engineer from India describes his interests and philosophy of life. Provides links to mathematics, communication theory, and physics resources.
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    14. Electrical Engineer
    Electrical engineers design new and better electronics. They also test equipment and solve problems. A project starts by deciding what the new electronics will do.
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    What is this job like? How do you get ready? How much does this job pay? How many jobs are there? ... Where can you find more information? What is this job like? Back to Top Electrical engineers design new and better electronics. They also test equipment and solve problems. A project starts by deciding what the new electronics will do. Then, the engineer designs the circuits and other parts of the electronics. Engineers might draw their designs using a computer. Later, the engineers test their designs and make them better. Many projects don't work at first. The engineers have to figure out why and then fix them. Electrical engineers work on many kinds of products. They might work on cars, robots, cell phone systems, the lighting and wiring in buildings, and radar and navigation systems. Some examples of high-tech projects that electrical and electronics engineers work on are global positioning systems that can pinpoint a car's location, giant generators that can power entire cities, or a new design for an airplane's electrical system. Engineers work in offices, labs, or industrial plants. Many work a normal 40-hour week. At times, they work longer to meet deadlines.

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  • 16. Ken Zeger's Home Page
    Electrical engineering and control systems professor and consultant.
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    Electrical Engineer Vancouver, Washington, United States Career Website Provides technical expertise for running power flow and stability studies to determine system
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    18. Guy Macon's Home Page
    Contains resume and texts on several subjects related to Electrical Engineering, like the history of structured engineering, engineering project management and documentation standards.
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    "You people are still using Computers? I am whistling into my phone at 56Kbps and doing the trellis encoding in my head. I can decode audio and video files in real-time, but decrypting PGP files without the key slows me down a bit..." -Guy Macon Resume of Guy Macon: Electrical engineer The Trance State Conjecture Essay by Tom DeMarco Site Map: Quick reference to all pages on this site No Frame: Break out if someone puts this page in a frame ... Fun Stuff: Jokes, humor, and other light entertainment

    19. Engineers
    Information provided by the U.S. Department of Labor describing career prospects for engineers in general, including electrical engineers.
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    Engineers apply the principles of science and mathematics to develop economical solutions to technical problems. Their work is the link between scientific discoveries and the commercial applications that meet societal and consumer needs.

    20. Electrical Engineer Job
    Jobtile Electrical Engineer Deadline 4/30/2011 120000 AM Salary Range $84,697.00 $110,104.00 /year Series Grade GS-0850-14/14
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