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Bliksrud, Norwegian Telecommu- nications Administration. "Seaplan: A Service to Mari- time Interests" by Louis M.
Reinkens and Peter H. Gretz,
Lockheed Dataplan, Inc. "IMO, RTCM and the Coast
Guard" by Capt. M.E. Gilbert,
USCG. "Issues for WARC-87 As a
Result of Decisions Taken at
WARC-83" by J.W. Egan, De- partment of Communications,
Canada. "Choosing a Satellite Constel- lation for the Search and Rescue
Satellite System" by H.D. Black,
A. Eisner and J.A. Piatt, The
Johns Hopkins University, Ap- plied Physics Laboratory. "A Status Report on ARPA" by Ir H.T. Hylkema, Marine
Electronics Consultants, Holland. "Combination of Loran-C and
Radars" by Genichiro Tomioka and Harumasa Hojo, Japan Radio
Company, Japan. "Essential Considerations in
Shipboard Satellite Communica- tions Terminal Design" by George
X. Tsirimokos, Anschuetz of
America. "Automation of DMA's Broad- cast Warning: A Significant Mile- stone in Marine Communications" by Maurice Harding and Morris
PROGRAM 1983 RTCM Assembly
April 17, 1983 2-8 pm Registration 7-9 pm "Hello Reception" sponsored by 1983 RTCM Booster Club
April 18, 1983 8 am registration 9-10:15 am Opening ceremonies and annual business meeting 10:15-10:30 am Coffee break 10:30-11:45 am Annual business meeting 12-2 pm Luncheon with keynote address 2:15-3:45 pm Technical session l-A 3:45-4 pm Coffee break 4-5:30 pm Technical session l-B 5:30-7:30 pm Electronic manufacturer's equipment display areas open
April 19, 1983 8:30 am Registration 9-10:30 am Technical session II 10:30-10:45 am Coffee break 10:45-12am Technical session III 12:15-2:15 pm Special interest group luncheons 2:30-6 pm Electronic manufacturer's equipment display areas open 7-10:30 pm Dinner at Savannah
April 20, 1983 8:30 am Registration 9-10:30 am Technical session IV-A 10:30-10:45 am Coffee break 10:45-12 am Technical session IV-B 12:15-2:15 pm International luncheon 2:15-3:30 pm Technical session V 3:30-3:45 pm Coffee break 3:45-5 pm Technical session VI 5-5:15 pm Closing remarks 5:15-7:15 pm Electronic manufacturer's equipment display areas open
F. Glenn, U.S. Defense Mapping
Agency. "SAMSARS Performance Dur- ing the CCIR Coordinated Trials
Program (CTP) of INMARSAT-
Based Satellite EPIRBS" by
Yaraslov Kaminsky, The Mitre
Corporation. "The Navy Remote Ocean Sens- ing Surveillance System" by
Comdr. David Honhart, USN. "An International VHF-FM
Maritime System — Do We Have
It? Do We Need It? Do We Want
It?" by C.H. Gray, communica- tions consultant.
The officers of the RTCM are: chairman of the Board, Charles
Dorian, COMSAT World Systems
Division; vice-chairman of the
Board, John C. Fuechsel, Na- tional Ocean Industries Associ- ation; president, William T.
Adams; secretary-treasurer, J.C.
Conner, U.S. Power Squadrons, and general counsel, Leonard R.
Raish, Fletcher, Heald & Hil- dreth.
The RTCM has established of- fices at 1629 K Street, NW,
Washington, D.C. 20006. The tel- ephone number is 296-6610.
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