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To: dvdw© who wrote (1615)12/17/2002 8:30:54 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi dvdw,


I've got my 300 mag in hand.

Went duck hunting yesterday - had the hot shot - nailed em.ggg

Great resource link - Thanks

Bob - stalkin the bear.

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To: Roy F who wrote (1616)12/17/2002 8:31:56 AM
From: Sector Investor
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Roy, this paragraph is awesome!

<< "We are gratified that KVH's mobile satellite systems are helping emergency responders nationwide assess and react appropriately to the life- and-death crises that they face while serving our communities," said Martin Kits van Heyningen, president and CEO of KVH Industries. "Satellite services offer unmatched versatility and scope with coverage and real-time information available nationwide and in our coastal waters. In addition to the entertainment value that has made our products the leader in both the marine and land mobile consumer markets, we are now seeing the value to emergency and law enforcement agencies throughout the United States, including the U.S. Coast Guard, FBI, and Federal Emergency Management Agency, as well as regional and international airports, and emergency management teams, like those in Hunterdon County. We at KVH are very proud to be providing the tools that help these organizations carry out their mission." >>

FEMA and the Coast Guard are moving to the new Homeland Security department. Homeland Security needs alone could drive KVH antenna sales in the future, especially with the low-profile antenna available, hopefully VERY soon.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1618)12/17/2002 9:38:59 AM
From: Roy F
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HI Bob,

Happy Holidays.

I was away for a couple of days... I see the gap to 8.25 filled yesterday. Good news, and perhaps a new support level for KVH.

Still waiting...

Roy

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To: Roy F who wrote (1619)12/17/2002 9:49:44 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Roy,

yup nice to see your darn gap get filled.gg

Happy an Healthy Holidays to you and yours also.

Staying in Washington?

Bob

Waiting with you.

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To: Roy F who wrote (1616)12/17/2002 10:03:15 AM
From: Sector Investor
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Here is a picture of Hunterdon County's Mobile Command Center.

NIce dome!

co.hunterdon.nj.us

The KVH site now has additional pictures

kvh.com

kvh.com

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1621)12/17/2002 1:26:32 PM
From: Robert G. Harrell
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Sector, could the big sell be options related? This is triple witching week. There is often lots of manipulation going on to gain strategic advantage in options positions. I don't deal in options but have heard that the MM's try to get the price to the point where the maximum # expire worthless. I've been watching PETM and someone obviously wants it lower today. Every time the stock pokes its head up a 12,000 share sell jumps on it.
I heard a news item today that said the defense dept. is trying to limit the use of Wi-Fi because it interferes with something they use (radar?). This could prompt a fight between homeland security and the military.
Bob

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To: Robert G. Harrell who wrote (1622)12/17/2002 1:56:16 PM
From: Sector Investor
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KVHI has no options that I am aware of.

<< I heard a news item today that said the defense dept. is trying to limit the use of Wi-Fi because it interferes with something they use (radar?)>>

Bob, back in October the Pentagon slapped a ban on 802-11x until security issues are resolved. This gives a short term boost to Inmarsat based products which are already STU-III approved, and KVH is the only US company offering Inmarsat mobile satellite hardware and service that I am aware of.

See this post.

Message 18080322

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To: Roy F who wrote (1616)12/18/2002 8:02:17 AM
From: dvdw©
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This Hunterdon County vehicle is soon to be an atypical part of Counties with large populations. You can also bet that those forecasts we've been seeing from the mobile home people since last June, were telegraphing this Homeland Security Application.

As reports from the trade show by most of the manufacturers demonstrate, Sales are continuing up. In essence we have new demand coming in because new applications like this vehicle are growing under the Homeland Security Umbrella.

Mobile command centers can be quite easily rationalized under the 1st mandate of the government; ie public safety.

If terrorists attack a metro police department, and that department is severely crippled, the outcry would be loud and long. This type of vehicle gives local systems 3 key features; survivability,redundancy, and connectivity in a crisis.

Maybe a slice of MNC is in order here.

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To: dvdw© who wrote (1624)12/18/2002 8:24:30 AM
From: Sector Investor
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dvdw,

The bottom of that KVH P/R really says it all. I'll post it again to reinforce the point.

<<In addition to the entertainment value that has made our products the leader in both the marine and land mobile consumer markets, we are now seeing the value to emergency and law enforcement agencies throughout the United States, including the U.S. Coast Guard, FBI, and Federal Emergency Management Agency, as well as regional and international airports, and emergency management teams, like those in Hunterdon County. We at KVH are very proud to be providing the tools that help these organizations carry out their mission."

In addition to the TracVision line of mobile satellite TV systems, KVH Industries offers an array of mobile satellite communications equipment ideal for use by emergency responders and law enforcement.

The TracNet 2.0 Mobile High-speed Internet System provides two-way, high-speed connections to the Internet throughout North America even when the vehicle is underway. Using the system, emergency teams can have complete access to the Internet or on- line emergency networks with download speeds as fast as 400 Kbps. At the same time, the KVH Tracphone 252 satellite telephone offers outstanding mobile voice, fax, and data service using the Inmarsat mini-M satellite system, eliminating issues of spotty cellular phone or long-range radio coverage. Together, the KVH TracVision, TracNet, and Tracphone systems create a versatile mobile communication center suitable for the most demanding applications. >>

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (1625)12/18/2002 8:32:42 AM
From: Sector Investor
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These kind of capabilities while in motion will open up new markets, and even lifestyles. People want to stay connected. If they can do that wherever they go, new ideas will spring up overnight.

Did anyone here watch the last episode of TAKEN on the Si-Fi channel last week? They brought this point home dramatically. I posted this on Yahoo! but didn't get any response back. Here it is again.

messages.yahoo.com

There is certainly nothing preventing people taking their businesses or fun on the road. Here are more examples.

messages.yahoo.com

messages.yahoo.com

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