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KVH to Begin Shipping FOGs for Remote Weapon Stations

October 31, 2008

KVH has received permission to ship its DSP-3100 precision fiber-optic gyros (FOGs) that are critical to weapon accuracy in stabilized remote weapons systems.


MIDDLETOWN, RI /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- KVH Industries, Inc., (NASDAQ:KVHI) announced that it received permission from its primary customer to begin shipments of its DSP-3100 fiber optic gyros (FOGs) for use in remote weapons stations, and has initiated full rate production.

With its all-fiber design and patented Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology, KVH's DSP-3100 FOG offers high reliability, superior accuracy and performance, and exceptional vibration, shock, and acceleration survivability at an affordable cost. KVH's fiber optic guidance and sensor systems are used in an array of commercial and defense-related stabilization, navigation, autonomous vehicle, and precision guidance applications.

KVH's fiber optic gyro resource page offers additional details regarding KVH's fiber optic gyro solutions.

About KVH Industries
KVH Industries, Inc., is a premier manufacturer of systems to provide access to live mobile media ranging from satellite TV to telephone and high-speed Internet for vehicles and vessels as well as a leading source of navigation, pointing, and guidance solutions for maritime, defense, and commercial applications. The company's products are based on its proprietary mobile satellite antenna and fiber optic technologies. An ISO 9001-certified company, KVH is based in Middletown, RI.


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