Implosion: Lessons from National Security, High Reliability Spacecraft, Electronics, and the Forces Which Changed Them
Implosion is a focused study of the history and uses of high-reliability, solid-state electronics, military standards, and space systems that support our national security and defense. This book is unique in combining the interdependent evolution of and interrelationships among military standards, solid-state electronics, and very high-reliability space systems.
Specifications of Implosion: Lessons from National Security, High Reliability Spacecraft, Electronics, and the Forces Which Changed Them
|Author||L. Parker Temple III|
|Number Of Pages||368|
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