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  • —Literature Available Magnavox has become one of the first manufacturers to take advantage of a recent decision by INMARSAT to allow satellite ship earth stations to be equipped with two separate telephone identification codes. Magnavox Advanced Products and Systems Company has announced that its MX 2400 Integrated Satcom Terminal, introduced last year, has been designed specifically to permit users to take advantage of this new service through a simple software option.

    The INMARSAT Council decided earlier this summer to permit second telephone ID code for Standard-A ship earth stations. This would provide two independent telephone circuits on the ship, which can be reached by dialing either of two different numbers from shore.

    "Dual telephone IDs will make it easier and more cost-effective for ships to receive computer data and facsimile transmissions, as well as voice and telex calls," said Magnavox senior product manager George Zachmann. "The second telephone port can be linked directly to a computer modem or fax machine so that an incoming data call can be instantly and automatically received without the need for manual switching by the shipboard operator." A second advantage of this service, said Mr.

    Zachmann, is that users can now arrange for separate billing of outgoing calls. This is of special interest to offshore oil rigs and other users in which two separate organizations share the same satcom terminal, he noted.

    In designing the MX 2400, Magnavox engineers foresaw the probability that INMARSAT would allow dual voice ID service, and designed this option into the equipment, according to Mr.

    Zachmann. The MX 2400 is built with two independent telephone ports which are compatible with all standard telephones and commercial telephone interconnect equipment, including modems, facsimile machines and PABX systems.

    The two telephone ports can be controlled through the operator's keyboard, permitting one telephone to be reserved exclusively for data, while the other can be used for normal voice calls. The dual ID option can be ordered to upgrade existing MX 2400 terminals, as well as with new terminals.

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  • —Literature Available Art Petranek, president of Petroleum Communications (Petro- Com), has announced the completion of its Cellular/Satellite telephone service for the entire Gulf of Mexico's marketplace. PetroCom reports it is the first cellular telephone company in the Gulf of Mexico and first

  • SPT Ltd., with full sales and services facilities in Houston, Texas, is offering a free full-color, 14-page brochure on their line of sound powered telephones and accessories for offshore, marine and land-based use. The color publication provides a complete technical description of SPT sound

  • Communicating to or from a cruise ship used to be a complex and time-consuming task. Traditional high-frequency (HF) radio calls take time to place and once achieved, connections can be impaired by bad weather and calls often fade in and out. Moreover, since anyone with a receiver can tune into the

  • COMSAT Maritime Services recently announced that it has signed an agreement with MCI International (MCII) to interconnect MCII's long distance telephone network with COMSAT coast earth stations for telephone service to and from ships at sea. As a result, MCI telephone subscribers with international d

  • —Literature Available After two years of technological and marketing research, Hose- McCann Telephone Company of Englewood, N.J., has developed a completely new automatic dial telephone system. The modular, solidstate system has been developed exclusively for the maritime industries. The company's

  • Gerald A. Motta has been named vice president of operations for Waterway Communications System, Inc., by its president, Richard A. Baker. Waterway Communications System, Inc., Jeffersonville, Ind., is responsible for the development of Watercom, a new directdial telephone service for the marine indus

  • Comsat Maritime Services recently announced the publication of its new brochure, "Cruise Calling" (SM). This valuable reference guide provides instructions on placing ship-to-shore and shore-to-ship satellite calls and includes a directory of telephone numbers for cruise ships worldwide. Comsat

  • The theme of Subtech '91, scheduled for Aberdeen, November 7-9, 1991, will be "Back to the Future." The conference, organized by AODC (the International Association of Underwater Engineering Contractors) and the Society for Underwater Technology, will demonstrate how current technology using ROV

  • The first phone call through the revolutionary WATERCOM® Automated Maritime Telecommunications System was placed by Ron VonColln, program manager at Tracor Applied Sciences, Inc., aboard a boat on the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., to Rick Baker, executive vice president of Waterway Communication

  • — L i t e r a t u r e Available The Sperry Corporation of Charlottesville, Va., has introduced the Sperry MCS2 Series satellite communicators for marine applications. The MCS2 series comes in two models, the MCS2A and MCS2B. Both represent state-of-the-art technology applied to the marine environment

  • —Free Literature Available— A new worldwide distributor network that will sell and service EMD engines, generators and motors in the marine, industrial and oil drilling markets has been established by the Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors to increase flexibility and improve customer

  • MT Sep-19#43 formation (ACT), but now we’re a customer-funded center.)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 43

    formation (ACT), but now we’re a customer-funded center. been able to make available our expertise in anti-submarine ACT is still our largest customer. They fund about 75% of warfare (ASW), mine countermeasures (MCM), and environ- our work, but it’s mostly basic research, at a very low TRL mental

  • MR Jul-19#57 O
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    July 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 57

    O OPINION: ON POINT WITH JOE KEEFE Trade, Trump & Trust (Continued on page 57) that he was about to head to China on ceremonies.” that exists on the other side of the border Paris Climate accord while at the same business, and that he’d probably be gone is being happily exported to the United time

  • MR Jun-19#6 MARITIME
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  • MT Apr-19#39 waii, underwater mining tools target the whole gamut of)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 39

    waii, underwater mining tools target the whole gamut of min- of major offshore acreage awards. Deepsea miner, Ocean ing support tasks. Minerals, says REEs are “17 chemically similar metals con- sisting of the 15 elements known as the lanthanides plus yt- High-stakes ops trium and scandium” and they’re of

  • MT May-19#10 Insignts Government Update
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 10

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  • MN May-19#30 COLUMN SAFETY
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    COLUMN SAFETY Distractions Can Sink Careers Familiarity can and does breed contempt. You don’t need anything else added to that heavy burden. By Randy O’Neill We live and work in a frenetic environ- The weather was partly cloudy with a gusty wind of ment replete with a wide range of both up to 20

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    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    I INSIGHTS: OFFSHORE WIND BONDAREFF EMPHASIZED THE IMPORTANCE OF BVGA’S RECOMMENDATION FOR A CENTRAL- IZED OFFSHORE WIND OFFICE. SHE SAID VOW- DA, AT ITS MARCH MEETING, WILL WORK ON BEST WAYS TO PUBLICIZE THE NEW SUPPLY CHAIN DI- RECTORY. JOAN BONDAREFF, MARITIME ATTORNEY, BLANK ROME, WASHINGTON

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    O OPINION: SubM Joseph Keefe Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the editor of both Maritime Logistics Professional and MarineNews magazines. He can be reached at jkeefe@maritimeprofessional.com SubM What a Long, Strange Trip it’s Been range Beach, Alabama:

  • MP Q4-18#52 Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation)
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  • MR Dec-18#40 GREAT SHIPS GREAT SHIPS of 2018
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    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    GREAT SHIPS GREAT SHIPS of 2018 CROWLEY TAKES FIRSTCROWLEY TAKES FIRST LNG-Powered ConRoLNG-Powered ConRo Images: Crowley VT Halter Marine in Pascagoula com- with a 26,500 deadweight tons (DWT), by Crowley’s solutions group, which in- team, in concert with Crowley and VT pleted a unique project when

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    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    nearly every position I held. When I ? rst workforce to use new software while to ensure they could build what was arrived at the company, ship designs maintaining production schedules. shown on the drawings. were still done by pen and ink. I was Looking back, it is gratifying to see one of the ?

  • MR Sep-18#40 PORT & SHIP SECURITY
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    September 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    PORT & SHIP SECURITY U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Of? cer 2nd Class Nate Littlejohn Above: The crew of oceangoing buoy tender U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Maple Photo by Petty Of? cer 3rd Class Lora Ratliff U.S. Coast Guard District 8 follows the crew of Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaker Terry Fox through

  • MR Sep-18#34 PORT & SHIP SECURITY
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    September 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    PORT & SHIP SECURITY If something happened today and you go into a court and you haven’t trained your mariners in the basics of “ cyber hygiene, it will be hard to plead ignorance: ‘Oh we did not know we were hacked,’ It won’t ? y. The folks who manage legal and insurance need to worry about this

  • MR Sep-18#32 PORT & SHIP SECURITY
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    PORT & SHIP SECURITY MR9 Feature SECURITY Tish Keefe rics, ? rewalls, authentication, encryp- the port community. “If something hap- ports in the last two years: 3074 tion, passwords, anti-virus and anti- pened today and you go into a court and • The best-known incident was malware programs. That’s a

  • MT Jul-18#53 Southwest Electronic 
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    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 53

    Southwest Electronic Energy Corp. Missouri City, TX www.swe.com President & CEO: Len Benckenstein Since 1964, SWE has been a pioneer in innovative energy solutions serving the needs of original equipment manufactur- ers in diverse ? elds such as oil and gas, oceanographic, mili- tary and remote. SWE has

  • MP Q2-18#58 REGULATORY WATCH
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    May/Jun 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 58

    REGULATORY WATCH The Global 0.50% Sulfur Cap: 30 months and counting down … Credit: EXXON Industry frets about the coming deadline. Shipping desperately wants to be ready, but will global shore-based infrastructure and refning capacity match the de- mand that is sure to come? And … are regulators listening

  • MP Q2-18#30 Global Container Shipping
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    Global Container Shipping he report season for 2018 Q1 corporate results saw an OVERSUPPLY “earnings miss” (reported earnings below consensus Fleet supply continues to be a vexing problem. A February T forecasts of analysts) for the bellwether of listed contain- 2018 analysis by Baltic and International

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    January 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 11

    “ According to Dr. Tamburri, the Coast Guard personnel involved in the program have formally and informally provided different answers to different laboratories via ex parte meetings, telephone calls, emails, and written letters, resulting in dramatically inconsistent approaches at the various laboratories.

  • MP Q3-17#3rd Cover TECHNOLOGY
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    TECHNOLOGY meaning either by telephone, email or fax – far from realizing ketplace where laggards will not be able to charge top rates for the full beneft of digitization. The adoption rate is, neverthe- their services. less, accelerating. For example, says Kuznetsova, the fling Kuznetsova agrees. “We do

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    November 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    a lot of hardware redundant. Just as the We have been working with Microsoft allows the user to project and interact We are perhaps still two to ? ve years smart phone included the functional- HoloLens to make this a reality for the with holograms and recent research from away from AR devices being

  • MR Nov-17#26 Augmented Reality Technology
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    November 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    Augmented Reality Technology About the Author AUGMENTED REALITY Alexander Buchmann was inspired by How Augmented Reality Technology Could Transform the Shipping Industry the release of the ? rst iPhone to devel- op a software that would facilitate the complex processes managed by ship- Augmented Reality

  • MR Sep-17#41 Capt. Brian A. McAllister Main Particulars & Equipment)
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