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To: Roadkill who wrote (235)12/17/1998 8:40:00 AM
From: Roy F
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RK, could KVH get a little pop today as a defense related issue?

Roy

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To: david james who wrote ()12/29/1998 1:38:00 PM
From: Roy F
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Looks like tax-loss selling may be over for this year... 'bout time.

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To: Roy F who wrote (238)1/3/1999 9:51:00 PM
From: robert b furman
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Roy and roadkill,

Looks like its BOUNCE TIME YEEE HAWWWW . Tax Selling is OVER.

Tried to buy some more of this little sleeper on thursday and the trading was really confusing.The 7/8's traded after and before a bid for 5800 at 1 and 3/16 disappeared and then came back.

Looked like serious support except when some poor shmuck had to dump for tax reasons on the last day.Then it almost looked like a buyer showed up.WOW I've got to watch what I type' but honest I haven't even had a drink yet tonight.

May all your investments do well in 1999 and may our sense of value and patience be richly rewarded in this new year.

Happy New Year


Bob

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To: Roy F who wrote (238)1/7/1999 5:20:00 PM
From: Gary
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To Roy and all,
The serious questions are: When and IF this "sleeper" will ever wake up and become profitable again; and whether this company can sell enough of their product here and overseas to get the price back to a respectable $5-6 per share again. Any input anyone has will be very much appreciated! Thanks, GC

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To: Gary who wrote (240)1/7/1999 5:35:00 PM
From: robert b furman
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Would you like to watch real time stock quotes as you drive down the road,or sail across the lake.for $5995.00 you can own trac-vision.

Computers,servers, routers,digital cameras,dvd,hd tv, They all started out expensive and as demand was created they became more affordable.

KVHI is the world's largest producer of the least expensive fully stabilized antennae.this allows for MOBILE access to direct broadcast television and ( I can't believe this hasn't been touted more but ACCESS to the INTERNET).

If this stock changed its name to mobilenet.com it would be in the 1000's by now.

Main point is, telecommunication will be wireless in not too distant future and kvhi will prosper when people "must have info as they are mobile " The very worst that could happen is gm would buy this great little company.
JMHO

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (241)1/8/1999 4:11:00 PM
From: Roy F
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Bob, well stated. In fact, I forwarded a copy of your post to Alice Andrews at KVH IR and received this response (edited of personal greetings):

I saw the SI message from Bob Furman, and am glad you inquired about his
comments. The company is aware of the opportunities for providing mobile
access to the Internet and broadcasting services and is focusing on those areas
through several development efforts.

In fact, we recently added EchoStar as a DBS provider in addition to
DIRECTV and USSB and introduced optional services for TracVision II
owners that allows them to subscribe to real-time market data and
marine weather information. KVH also has developed a system for
mobile DBS reception in land vehicles (TracVision LM) that the company
expects to start shipping in the first quarter of this year (1999).
TracVision LM is designed to provide stable satellite reception while
a vehicle is at rest or in motion, supplanting the self-acquiring and
crank-up units that are capable of at-rest reception only. The market
for TracVision LM includes RVs, motor coaches, buses, trains and
long-haul trucks and the system price is expected to be highly
competitive.

Meanwhile, the company is pursuing other opportunities, including those
related to the Internet, in the broadband satellite market. As Bob noted,
our increasingly mobile world still insists on the telecommunications
access that only satellites can deliver and broadband systems on mobile
platforms require precision tracking antennas like KVH's to maintain
satellite contact.

Let me know if you have any additional questions.

Alice Andrews




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To: Roy F who wrote (242)1/8/1999 4:46:00 PM
From: david james
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Well, I can't say that I've looked at KVHI in quite a while, but if they released a few press releases positioning themselves as a broadband service provider (which they are), and get themselves into the internet news stream, the stock will fly, independent of whether they are making a big profit or not

David

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To: Roy F who wrote (242)1/8/1999 5:25:00 PM
From: robert b furman
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Well Roy look what we've stumbled onto . A high flying internet player at 1 1/4.Holy cow I need to buy 100,000 shares. Just think, was there this kind of embryonic conversation on the ubid thread hehehe

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (244)1/8/1999 5:54:00 PM
From: Roy F
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Stranger things have happened (are happening), as you're well aware, but no take-off for KVH, yet. And, while my expectations maybe somewhat less spectacular, who knows in this market... <G>

Regards,

Roy

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To: Roy F who wrote (245)1/17/1999 6:28:00 PM
From: david james
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Seems KVH could play a role here for the mobile crowd


Firm Wants Global Satellite System

Friday, January 15, 1999; 3:54 p.m. EST

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Virtual Geosatellite LLC is seeking a license from the Federal Communications
Commission to build a global satellite system to offer high-speed Internet access and other data services, the
company said Friday.

Assuming it wins FCC approval, the Washington-based company wouldn't offer services directly to the public
but would lease its facilities to companies that would, Virtual Geosatellite spokesman Brian Willard said.

The company plans to begin providing services five years after FCC approval. It believes the system would be
attractive to people living in sparsely populated areas or places with mountainous terrain who don't have access
to high-speed services from conventional networks on the ground.

The $2.6 billion system would consist of 15 satellites in orbit closer to the earth than traditional satellites. As a
result, the system would permit people to receive high-speed data using small, 18-inch antennas mounted on
rooftops.

The FCC recently cleared a portion of the public airwaves for this type of satellite system.

The venture is being financed by private investors and venture capitalists, Willard said, declining to identify
them.

The company is owned by Virtual Geosatellite Holdings Inc. and Ellipso Inc

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