Stanford Telecom Receives Contract Extension Valued at $9.0 Million for Support Services.SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 4, 1999--Stanford Telecommunications, Inc. (Nasdaq/NMS:STII STII Science and Technology Information Institute (Philippines)
STII Straits Times Industrials Index ) announced that the Government has exercised a one-year option to have Stanford Telecom continue its performance of critical on-site operations and maintenance support, software support, integrated logistic support Noun 1. integrated logistic support - the pooling of specific resources by subscribing nations for the support of some joint operation
logistic assistance, logistic support - assistance between and within military commands
, training and depot support services support services Psychology Non-health care-related ancillary services–eg, transportation, financial aid, support groups, homemaker services, respite services, and other services for the U.S. Army's DSCS DSCS Defense Satellite Communications System
DSCS Desk Side Computer System
DSCS Data Systems (Technician) Senior Chief (Petty Officer) (US Navy Rating) program.
The effort will be performed under the DSCS Operations Control System Support Services (DOCS) contract administered by the U.S. Army Space Command.
Under this contract, Stanford Telecom will provide services and support at twelve worldwide DSCS sites over the next twelve months. Stanford Telecom has been performing critical services in support of DSCS for the U.S. Government for eighteen consecutive years. The current contract awarded to Stanford Telecom in December 1996, by the U.S. Army Space Command, includes options to extend support services through January 2002.
This year's effort is valued at approximately $9.0 million. The contract also includes provisions in which the Government can issue individual task orders for system adaptation tasks which, if fully exercised, can increase the contract value by an additional $6.0 million. System adaptation tasks often require hardware and/or software enhancements and modifications to extend the life expectancy Life Expectancy
1. The age until which a person is expected to live.
2. The remaining number of years an individual is expected to live, based on IRS issued life expectancy tables. of the system.
The DOCS is a complex collection of network management and control subsystems that are used as tools for managing DSCS ground station and space communication payload assets. The DSCS must be operated and maintained at peak efficiency and maximum availability as it is often the only means of communication with deployed forces.
Stanford Telecom designs, manufactures and markets advanced digital communications products and systems to establish or enhance communications via satellites, terrestrial wireless and cable. The Company's technical strengths include: system design, communication waveforms, modulation and demodulation demodulation: see modulation.
(communications) demodulation - To recover the signal from the carrier. For example, in a radio broadcast using amplitude modulation the audio signal is transmitted as the mean amplitude of a techniques, ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) Pronounced "a-sick." A chip that is custom designed for a specific application rather than a general-purpose chip such as a microprocessor. design, radio frequency (RF) antennas and converters, software and firmware, asynchronous transfer mode See ATM.
(communications) Asynchronous Transfer Mode - (ATM, or "fast packet") A method for the dynamic allocation of bandwidth using a fixed-size packet (called a cell).
See also ATM Forum, Wideband ATM.
Indiana acronyms. design and advanced manufacturing techniques and processes.
Stanford Telecom was founded in 1973, maintains headquarters in Sunnyvale and employs over 1,000 people at its various locations around the United States. Stanford Telecom's Website can be found at http://www.stelhq.com.
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