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SCIENTIFIC-ATLANTA AWARDED $7.3 MILLION MODIFICATION TO U.S. NAVY SONAR PRODUCTION CONTRACT

 SCIENTIFIC-ATLANTA AWARDED $7.3 MILLION MODIFICATION
 TO U.S. NAVY SONAR PRODUCTION CONTRACT
 ATLANTA, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- A $7.3 million modification to the AN/BQR-22A Sonar production contract has been awarded to Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. (NYSE: SFA) by the U.S. Navy.
 The award, which calls for 15 additional systems, spares and services, is the third adjustment made to the original contract awarded to Scientific-Atlanta in August 1990, by the U.S. Navy Sea Systems Command.
 The third modification brings the total contract requirement to 85 sonar systems and spares. Total value of the contract is more than $50 million. The systems will be installed in U.S. Navy attack class and ballistic missile submarines through 1994. The contract will be performed by Scientific-Atlanta's Signal Processing Systems division in San Diego.
 Signal Processing Systems Division, a unit of Scientific-Atlanta's Instrumentation Group, is a global supplier of signal processing equipment including application of digital filters, spectrum analysis, data processing and display and analysis technology for sonar, acoustic analysis, machinery analysis and diagnostic instruments and systems.
 Scientific-Atlanta is a world leader in cable television electronics, satellite-based communications networks and instrumentation for industrial, telecommunications and government applications.
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 /CONTACT: E. Scott Wood of Scientific-Atlanta, 404-449-2503 (office), 404-963-8293 (after hours), or 404-317-5150 (mobile)/
 (SFA) CO: Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. ST: Georgia, California IN: CPR SU: CON


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