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COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE CONFERENCE AND EXHIBIT TO BE HELD IN WASHINGTON

 COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE CONFERENCE AND EXHIBIT
 TO BE HELD IN WASHINGTON
 The 14th International Communications Satellite Conference and Exhibit will be held March 23-26 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert St. N.W., Washington. Sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), it is held in cooperation with IEEE Communications Society and four international societies.
 This conference is designed to present the most recent technical advances in satellite systems technology and services. Topics to be addressed at this conference include all aspects of satellite communications systems and networks -- international, regional, and domestic; civilian and military; government and commercial; and fixed, broadcast, and mobile service. Papers will be presented in six concurrent tracks comprising of 42 sessions during the four-day conference.
 Specific areas to be addressed include: GEO launch vehicle development; military satcom systems; GEO Mobile satcom systems; advanced transponder technology; modulation and coding; emerging launch technologies; military and government satcom systems; ACTS Technology; satellite communications developments in newly industrialized nations; VSAT and other small terminal systems; data relay satellite technology; LEO satellite systems technology; personal communications; ITALSAT; Earth terminal technology; and INTELSAT systems and service.
 On Monday March 23, the conference will begin at 9 a.m. with a special morning plenary session on the "Evolution of Mobile and Personal Communications via Satellite."
 AIAA is the nation's largest technical professional society, principal voice, and information resource devoted to engineering and science in aviation and space.
 NOTE: To register for the conference and to receive a copy of the complete conference program call the contact below. Also, the media room will be in the Executive Board Room -- Room 463.
 CONTACT: Gayle I. Armstrong of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 202-646-7432.
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