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To: Roy F who wrote (936)10/31/2001 10:08:48 AM
From: Sector Investor
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From Yahoo!

Upticked posted a nice bit on recurring service revenue projections for telematics. I added what Martin said about that area in the Q3 CC.

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (937)10/31/2001 10:54:36 AM
From: Roy F
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Hi Sector,

I agree with your assessment of KVH's target markets, many of which are quite lucrative even with a minor market share... especially for a company the size of KVH. It amazes me that we can go from $4+ to $7+ in three weeks with only the quarterly earnings and marine internet announcements for impetus.

One month of the quarter gone now, and no word on the first of the completed initiatives. The current sensor announcement nears, and although it may be a relatively boring side of the company business when compared to optical and antenna arenas, it will be a good base business that should provide reasonably consistent revenue and profits for the foreseeable future. A very good start.

Regards,

Roy

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To: Roy F who wrote (938)10/31/2001 11:11:46 AM
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<<It amazes me that we can go from $4+ to $7+ in three weeks with only the quarterly earnings and marine internet announcements for impetus.>>

Well, many people would rather pay $6-$7 AFTER positive news, than $4+ before (even though serious DD could have predicted something like this). They didn't want to "risk" sticking money in a stock that wasn't moving. They would rather play the momentum. The problem is, just establishing a decent position that way moves this stock higher. That is the price paid for reduced risk - and also our reward for taking that risk the past year. <g>

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (939)11/1/2001 12:57:25 PM
From: dvdw©
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Exactly True. In effect the space between 7-4 was artificial, it was an abberration in that it was low due to the opportunity taken by the MM to give the Insider trying to lighten up less for those shares. They were buying right. Price suppression of most small caps is less related to Fundamental analysis, and more a function of Opportunity to wear down the hundreds of small investors who cumulatively own a lot of the free float in this company. Look around, thinly traded issues are worked differently than those who have much liquidity. Stocks like KVHI are not on the radar screens of investors unless a particular investor is deliberately seeking to find undiscovered gems them and are willing and able to do their own discovery.

There wont be coverage on this stock for a long time, there will be an event which makes it move up, and once that event is underway the stock will move fueled by momentum to a level where additional Liquidity can be created. If we are lucky, KVHI fits the profile of a company who could split twice in a six month period. As sales and profitabliity expand, Liquidity needs to be created.

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To: dvdw© who wrote (940)11/1/2001 6:04:02 PM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Dvdw,

I'd like to order that first split at 35 and the second split at 40.

How long before I can expect delivery?ggg

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (941)11/2/2001 7:47:11 AM
From: Roy F
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KVH Products Sweep NMEA Satellite Communications Awards for the Fourth Year

MIDDLETOWN, R.I.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 2, 2001--For the fourth year in a row, KVH Industries, Inc., (Nasdaq: KVHI - news) has won the ``best product'' awards from the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) in the satellite television and satellite telephone categories. The KVH TracVision® 4 was voted Best Satellite Television System for the second year, while the KVH Tracphone® 25 was named Best Satellite Communications Product for the fourth time.

The NMEA Product Awards are presented annually to recognize excellence in design, performance and reliability in marine electronics products. The winners are selected by a vote of the members of the NMEA. Founded in 1957, the NMEA is an internationally recognized trade association of manufacturers, distributors, dealers, sales representatives and other professionals in the marine electronics field. Among its achievements, the NMEA has led the way in establishing technical standards for data exchange in marine electronics, with the widely accepted NMEA 0183 data protocol.

``We are gratified that marine electronics dealers from throughout the nation have chosen to honor KVH satellite communications products at this year's NMEA awards,'' said Ian Palmer, vice president of satellite sales, who accepted the awards at the NMEA annual convention ceremony held October 20 in Ft. Myers, Florida. ``Our TracVision and Tracphone systems are known for their reliability, outstanding value, and easy operation. These awards are proof that marine dealers nationwide not only recognize these benefits but have the confidence to promote our systems as the complete marine satellite communications solution to their customers.''

TracVision 4, a fully self-contained 18-inch antenna system, uses KVH's integrated Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) technology to provide foolproof satellite acquisition, and to allow users to select between different satellites if desired to receive alternative programming or Internet broadcasts. Widely recognized as offering the best satellite tracking performance in its class, TracVision 4 has been selected as a standard option by leading boat builders Sea Ray and Silverton. With TracVision 4, mariners can access 300 channels of direct broadcast satellite television as far as 100 miles off the North American or European coasts. TracVision 4 is also fully compatible with the new high-powered DirecPC® Internet service and TracNet(TM) server for mobile users, available exclusively from KVH Industries.

Tracphone 25 provides completely secure voice, fax, and data services to boats as small as 35 feet (10 m). Capable of simultaneously supporting multiple phones through a PABX system, as well as a fax machine and computer, Tracphone 25 brings a complete communications center to sea. Near-global coverage is provided through the low-cost Inmarsat mini-M service, the world's most widely used satellite communications service. The Tracphone 25's fully stabilized antenna design ensures mariners can keep in touch regardless of the sea conditions. This will be the last year that the Tracphone 25 will be submitted for consideration in the NMEA awards as KVH introduced its successor, the Tracphone 252, at the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show on October 25. The Tracphone 252 offers the same operational capabilities as the Tracphone 25 but is a completely self-contained unit with an internal sensor.

An established, widespread network of dealers supports the KVH marine communications and navigation product lines. KVH has made supporting its dealers a high priority, and is continually striving for new ways to enhance company-dealer communications, collaborate in marketing efforts, extend training and provide rapid, high-quality customer service.

KVH Industries, Inc. is a leading provider of innovative high-bandwidth communications products. Using proprietary fiber-optic and satellite antenna technology, the company is developing next-generation systems with greater precision, durability, and versatility for communications, navigation, and industrial applications. An ISO 9001-registered company, KVH has headquarters in Middletown, Rhode Island, with a fiber optic manufacturing facility in Illinois, and a European sales, marketing and support office in Hoersholm, Denmark.


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Contact:

KVH Industries Contact:
Chris Watson
401-847-3327
cwatson@kvh.com

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To: Roy F who wrote (942)11/2/2001 8:16:32 AM
From: Sector Investor
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I posted this on Yahoo!

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To: Sector Investor who wrote (943)11/2/2001 8:19:34 AM
From: Roy F
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I'm sold! ggg eom

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To: Roy F who wrote (942)11/2/2001 8:21:37 AM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Roy,

Some additional info regarding the "Trac Net's" wireless standard incorporated in the system - 802.11:

802.11 is a military/business wireless alternative.
It is 50 times faster than blue tooth technology.
Distance capabilities are generally estimated to be 1000 feet plus(KVHI says 300 ft).
It is a wide transmission and therefore offers little security,however as long as it features KVHI quotes going up in price - This is a good thing.ggggg

Info taken from today's IBD regarding an article on "wireless goes network".

There is a future alternative in the works,but requires governmental permission and is 3 years out there at least.

It looks like KVH is on the leading edge for quite some time - in these days a three year lead is like a generation or two.


Have a nice day.


Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (945)11/3/2001 2:08:51 PM
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