Organization

History of the IEICE:

1917 Established as Telegraph and Telephone Society

1927 Telegraph and Telephone Society (established)

1937 Name changed to The Institute of Electrical Communication

1967 Changed name to The Institute of Electronics and Communication Engineers

1987 Name changed to Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers

1995 Introduced Society System. Established by 4 societies and 1 group.

2012 The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (incorporated)

In 2014, the NOLTA Society was established as the fifth society.

2017 100th anniversary

Industry history

1836 Telegraph (Morse)

1876 Telephone (Bell)

1895 Wireless communication (Marconi)

1945 Computer (Neumann)

1948 Transistor (Shockley)

1995 Commercial Internet

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