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Telecommunications Firm Gets Sandia Labs Contract

May 23, 1987

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Stanford Telecommunications Inc. said it has been awarded a fixed-price contract for $3 million by Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, N.M. to provide modifications to two existing global receiving systems, to produce a third system and to provide spare units and subassemblies.

The global receiving system is part of the ground segment supporting a surveillance satellite based system. The modifications to be developed under this contract include miniaturization of high frequency receiver circuits, modifications to tracking algorithms to permit robust performance in extreme atmospheric conditions and expansion of the system from four satellite channel capacity to six channels.

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