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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1519)10/31/2002 9:18:37 AM
From: William JH
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Would you please explain to a no-tech how 400kbps compares to dial-up or DSL internet service? Thanks for all of your work here.

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To: david james who started this subject10/31/2002 9:20:33 AM
From: dvdw©
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Attention Board Visitors; SI has an article from Forbes Posted as the number 1 news item OCT 29 just opposite as you look at the page face up.

This article is a YEAR OLD ( written 10-29-01), it is misleading and is just one more way attention is diverted by Omitting this fact by the hacks that spin the news.

If someone sees the Posts about TacNav dated Oct 30 and looks to the left they'll see a 10-29 date on the forbes tac nav article, when visitors read that, they might possibly not even notice that the OCT 01 QTR is what is being talked about. 02 This year turned Positive on Substantially better sales, compared to the loss of OCT 01.

Creating FUD is an art, this is but one way they do it under everyones radar, as investors,we all must dig deep and pay attention to the details.

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To: dvdw© who wrote (1521)10/31/2002 9:35:57 AM
From: Sector Investor
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Could you post a link? I don't enter SI the same way you apparently do. I just go directly to this thread, so I don't see what you are seeing.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1522)10/31/2002 9:38:00 AM
From: dvdw©
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TYPE In Quotes KVHI to see main page face up.http://www.siliconinvestor.com/research/quote.gsp?domain=Quote&s=KVHI

See what I mean, total BS.

Who at SI arranges for these things? All other news items are gone just the year old article is available. This is no coincidence.

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To: William JH who wrote (1520)10/31/2002 10:04:26 AM
From: Sector Investor
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Dial-up is at best 56kbps (56 thousand BITS per second). Actually the best connection possible is only 53Kbps.

Now each character (such as a letter, number or symbol), takes an 8-bit BYTE to convey it, so the rate is about 6,600 characters per second, or about 2 pages of text.

That's pretty slow for downloading Internet graphics. DSL is usually service in the 1-2 Mbps range.

400K is between the two, and is a very acceptable rate, especially at sea or on the move.

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To: dvdw© who wrote (1523)10/31/2002 10:12:59 AM
From: Sector Investor
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Seems like maybe an SI glitch to me.

Same thing for MRVC
siliconinvestor.com

but not for CSCO and JDSU.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1525)11/4/2002 4:57:38 PM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Sector,

It appears phased array antennaes are beginning to sneak into more applications.

computerworld.com

Now we need KVHI to make theirs phase shift so it tracks when mobile and then get a bullet proof patent on it.

Encouraging to see widespread developement.

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (1526)11/4/2002 6:49:19 PM
From: dvdw©
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Ahhh yes; the phased array antenna, or if you will the next critical component in WLAN Applications. Beam forming and focused arrays are the new buzz words, just watch. This stuff has big legs as we'll begin to see in due course.

All this rotation forecasts the result, new technology raising the ante and shifting the benchmarks of performance across a wide ranging IP network.

The KVHI Fiber shoe is another one yet to drop,as Sector is qualified and if he's willing to present it's evolution in a way that makes it clear, he should do so.

Many iterations of MUX and transceivers can be beneficial partners with KVHI in this area. VERY exciting stuff.

Dont expect lightreading or trade rags to be honest about any of it, some big money still needs time to flee
( distribute) some areas that will be disrupted by newer and better stuff.

Wire line systems are toast ( CAPEX Wise), the 802.1 formats combined with SoftWare radios will make IP telephony the Game to be in. Look at SSPI* as a candidate for a big shift in new applications demand. BE U TI FUL!

PS>*But dont look at it before next week.

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To: dvdw© who wrote (1527)11/5/2002 4:18:47 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi dvdw,

OFF TOPIC

SSPI that sounds familiar - yup .I've been an owner of SBS technology over the years.

Voice over Packets has been one of their stong beliefs as to the next stage of internet developement.

They seem to be in a nice area as Intel wants to include WLAN radios as part of the motherboard - their routew to muscling into wireless.

Do you think they will stay independent or is this a nice way to own Intel??

Bob

Looks like another neat company - thanks for the heads up.

What's going on next week?

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To: david james who started this subject11/9/2002 4:34:57 AM
From: Roy F
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KVH Industries, Inc. has posted a new Presentation to its Web site.
Event: KVH Presentation to Investors
Date(s): 11/2002

To access this item click on the following link:

ir.kvh.com

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