The British Institution of Radio Engineers was a professional organization for radio engineers. It was founded in 1925. The main aim of the Institution was the advancement of the practice of radio engineering, through conferences, meetings, and training. The Institution published the Journal of the British Institution of Radio Engineers between 1939 and 1962. From 1963–64, it published the Proceedings of the British Institution of Radio Engineers. The Institution awarded the Clerk Maxwell Prize.

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  • The British Institution of Radio Engineers was a professional organization for radio engineers. It was founded in 1925. The main aim of the Institution was the advancement of the practice of radio engineering, through conferences, meetings, and training. The Institution published the Journal of the British Institution of Radio Engineers between 1939 and 1962. From 1963–64, it published the Proceedings of the British Institution of Radio Engineers. The Institution awarded the Clerk Maxwell Prize. (en)
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  • The British Institution of Radio Engineers was a professional organization for radio engineers. It was founded in 1925. The main aim of the Institution was the advancement of the practice of radio engineering, through conferences, meetings, and training. The Institution published the Journal of the British Institution of Radio Engineers between 1939 and 1962. From 1963–64, it published the Proceedings of the British Institution of Radio Engineers. The Institution awarded the Clerk Maxwell Prize. (en)
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  • British Institution of Radio Engineers (en)
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