In his introduction to the first edition of the NAB Engineering Handbook, published in 1935, NAB Managing Director James W. Baldwin wrote that its purpose was"for use as a guide in matters on which little or no authoritative collected information has heretofore been generally available in readily usable form."

Is this still a valid basis for publishing a new edition of this book over 70 years later? After all, with the huge quantity of information available on the Internet and the explosion of high speed broadband Internet access, it’s quite likely that details on any desired subject can be found out there somewhere on the Net, given a powerful enough search tool, the time needed to conduct the search, and a way to verify the information ...

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