U.S. working to meeting European deadline for laser standards

Robert E. Parks

Last month's column described the formation of ISO/TC172/SC9— Electro-optical systems—and ISO's efforts to keep up with the work of CEN, the European standards writing body that in turn is being pressured by the 1992 deadline for European free trade. This month, we will outline more of the U.S. activity in response to this international effort in the field of laser optics.

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U.S. working to meeting European deadline for laser standards

Robert E. Parks

Last month's column described the formation of ISO/TC172/SC9— Electro-optical systems—and ISO's efforts to keep up with the work of CEN, the European standards writing body that in turn is being pressured by the 1992 deadline for European free trade. This month, we will outline more of the U.S. activity in response to this international effort in the field of laser optics.

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Publish Date: 01 January 1990


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