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Federation of Telecommunications Engineers of the European Community (FITCE)

FITCE (Federation of Telecommunications Engineers of the European Community) is an international association that is committed to affecting telecommunication developments in a positive and constructive manner throughout Europe and the rest of the world. The FITCE Association informs and updates members and others engaged in the telecommunication industry. FITCE maintains a resource database for linking globally to telecommunication opportunities and contacts.

FITCE states that their aims are:

  • To promote the development of science in the field of telecommunications.
  • To enable each member to benefit from the experience acquired by the other members in all telecommunications fields (including associated areas, such as specialised buildings, power supplies and electrical machinery, electronic computers, and so forth) and to investigate new ideas that encourage the development of telecommunications in all countries represented.
  • To study all aspects of problems arising from the recruitment, training, work assignments, and career structures of these telecommunications professionals.
  • To develop cultural ties and to encourage friendly relations between telecommunications professionals who belong to the member associations, in order to enable themselves and their families to become better acquainted with one another.

This was last updated in April 2005
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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