Electronics Industry Association


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Electronics Industry Association

(body, standard)
(EIA) A body which publishes "Recommended Standards" (RS) for physical devices and their means of interfacing. EIA-232 is their standard that defines a computer's serial port, connector pin-outs, and electrical signaling.
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According to a new report by electronics industry association SEMI, global investment in wafer factory construction reached a new high in the past year of US$62.8 billion (NT$1.933 trillion).
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* The Electronics Industry Association maintains a Web site for consumers interested in finding out more about recycling and reusing electronics equipment at www.eiae.org
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"One could probably say the war in Afghanistan was kind of the dawn of the networked information age, and it is only just the beginning," said Paul Wolfowitz, deputy secretary of defense, at a conference of the Government Electronics Industry Association.
The Korea Pavilion, hosted by the Electronics Industry Association of Korea (EIAK, Seoul, Korea), and the USA Pavilion, hosted by the SMTA (Edina, MN), were new additions in 2002.
A thorough cable and telecommunications infrastructure audit and implementation of the recommendations it produces will enable a building to meet industry standards issued by such prestigious bodies as Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE); Electronics Industry Association (EIA); and Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA).

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