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[[Image:Power plant.jpg|thumb|Electrical engineers design complex power systems...]]
[[Image:Silego clock generator.JPG|thumb|...and electronic circuits.]]
'''ElectricalIṣẹ́ẹ̀rọ engineeringonítanná''' is(''Electrical aengineering'') fieldni ofpapa eko [[engineering|iseero]] thatto generallyun dealsda withlori theagbeka studyati and application ofimulo [[electricity|itanna]], [[electronics|isiseonina]] andati [[electromagnetism|iseonigberingberin onina]]. ThePapa fieldeko firstyi becamekoko andi identifiableise occupationsise inni theopin lateorundun nineteenthokandinlogun centuryleyin afterisodidunadura commercialization of the electric [[telegraph|telegrafu]] anditanna electricalati poweripese agbara supplyonitanna. ItLoni nowo coversti ade rangeoro of subtopics includingbi [[power engineering|poweragbara]], [[electronics|isiseonina]], awon [[control systems|sistemu ijannu]], [[signal processing|igbese alamioro]] andati awon [[telecommunication|ibanisoroelero]]s.
Electrical engineering may include [[electronic engineering]]. Where a distinction is made, usually outside of the United States, electrical engineering is considered to deal with the problems associated with large-scale electrical systems such as [[Electric power transmission|power transmission]] and [[motor controller|motor control]], whereas electronic engineering deals with the study of small-scale electronic systems including [[computers]] and [[integrated circuits]].<ref>{{cite web | title = What is the difference between electrical and electronic engineering? | work = FAQs - Studying Electrical Engineering | url = http://www.ieee.org/portal/site/mainsite/menuitem.818c0c39e85ef176fb2275875bac26c8/index.jsp?&pName=corp_level1&path=education/faqs&file=faqs1.xml&xsl=generic.xsl | accessdate = 20 March 2012 }}</ref> Alternatively, electrical engineers are usually concerned with using electricity to transmit [[electrical energy|energy]], while electronic engineers are concerned with using electricity to process information. More recently, the distinction has become blurred by the growth of [[power electronics]].