Harris RF Communications Group recently introduced a new multiband VHF/UHF radio transceiver designed to meet the multimission, multiwaveform requirements of modern international defense forces. The new AN/PRC-117D(E) was introduced by Harris
Acurex Corporation, Autodata Division, Mountain View, Calif., has published a free eight-page brochure on "Powermeters for Marine Environments." The introduction explains that the Acurex Model 1600A Series Horsepower Measurement Systems are used
At a recent meeting of the Pacific Northwest Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, a film was shown by George M. Bonnett of Deepsea Ventures Inc. on "Mining the Oceans." Deepsea Ventures Inc. of Gloucester Point, Va., has
2-30 MHz, single-sideband marine antenna recently introduced by Phelps Dodge Communications Company is described in new literature now available. The new Model PD-230 is presented as a major design breakthrough that eliminates the need for traps
Expansion of marine petroleum monitoring and processing equipment in the U.S. market was announced recently by Alan Finkel, vice president of marine operations operations for ITT Mackay Division, Raleigh, N.C., a unit of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation.
A veteran of many strategic Navy assignments at sea and at home since his graduation from the U.S. Navy Academy in 1940, Rear Adm. Vincent P. Healey (ret.) has joined EDO Corporation as general manager of the company's Washington office. EDO, with headquarters in College Point, N.
Navidyne Corporation of Newport News, Va., recently introduced the first in a new generation of marine satellite communications equipment, the ESZ-10000. The new unit is a Standard A, Class 1 INMARSAT ship earth station. It provides instant, clear telephone,
The new generation of lightweight marine satcom antennas are achieving large savings for shipowners, according to a study recently completed by Navidyne Corporation. Navidyne's vice president of marketing, Jerry N. Wilson, stated that as much as $8,