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CANADA
CHINA
CZECH REPUBLIC
DENMARK
EUROPEAN
FRANCE
GENERAL
GERMANY
HUNGARY
INDIA
ISRAEL
ITALY
JAPAN
LATIN AMERICA
MEXICO
NORWAY
PACIFIC
POLAND
RUSSIA
SAUDI ARABIA
SOUTH KOREA
SPAIN
SWEDEN
SWITZERLAND
TAIWAN
TURKEY
UKRAINE
UNITED STATES
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AUSTRALIA

"Hovering Decoys Protect Vessels Against Diverse Antiship Missiles," Nov. 1997, p. 57.

"Australia Delves Into Digital," Alec Umansky, November 2000, p. 61.

BRITISH

"Overseas Markets Dominate British Electronics Industry," Apr. 1990, p. 70.

"U.K. Research, Development Creating New Capabilities," Doug Richardson, Feb. 1991, p. 93.

"United Kingdom Hones Edge In Electronics Competition," Robert H. Williams, Mar. 1992, p. 20.

"Britain Tracks Low Risk Advanced Tactical Radio," Nov. 1992, p. 17.

"Aerospace Industry Defines Course at Farnborough Show," Gerald F. Merna, Nov. 1992, p. 53.

"Communicators Broaden Band of Military, Civilian Systems," Sept. 1994, p. 17.

"Neural Network Processing Abets Vehicle Monitoring," Sept. 1994, p. 25.

"Electron Boosts Link Sensors, Command, Weapons Systems," Sept. 1994, p. 35.

"Information Researchers Prospect New Domains, Seek Far Horizons," Sept. 1994, p. 41.

"British Radars Offer Extensive Coverage," Mar. 1995, p. 57.

"Intelligent Scene Monitoring Drives Security, Surveillance," July 95, p. 29.

"British Electronic Ears Track Artillery Shells," Sept. 1995, p. 41.

"Video Squeezes Through Narrow Band Radio Channel," Sept. 1995. p. 51.

"Police Command and Control Upgrades Take England by Storm," Nov. 1995, p. 59.

"Commercial Equipment Provides Enhanced Military Flexibility," Peter Hoare, Jan. 1996, p. 59.

"Complex Electronic Combat Exploits Anechoic Chambers," Jan. 1996, p. 63.

"Tactical Radio Confers Security To Battlefield Communications," June 1996, p. 65.

"British Radios Tune In To Portability, Versatility," Oct. 1997, p. 57

"Britain's Rapid Military Action Rides Information Technology," Sept. 1998, p. 22.

"Multimedia Communications Spur Tactical Information Dominance," Sept. 1998, p. 27.

"Fully Automatic and Adaptive High Frequency Radios Emerge," Sept, 1998, p. 33.

"Commercial Processors Catapult Ruggedized U.K. Military Options," Sept. 1998, p. 39.

"Britain Shapes Military Forces For Maritime Power Projection,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Nov. 1998, p. 17.

"Artillery Command Systems Convey Split-Second Orders," Nov. 1998, p. 58.

"New Bowman Radio Give British Forces SINCGARS Capability," Mar. 1999, p. 36

"British Researchers Plan Future Electronic Society," Robert K. Ackerman, July 1999, p. 17.

"British Command and Control Moves Into the Fast Lane," August 1999, p. 41.

"Commercial Technologies Take to The Air for Battlefield Networks," September 1999, p. 23.

"British Acquisition Experts Adopt Radical Procurement Approaches," September 1999, p. 27.

"Adapting Commercial Technologies For Defense Moves Into High Gear," September 1999, p. 51.

"Telecommunications Firm Applies Expertise to Government Practices," September 1999, p. 57.

United Kingdom Casts Battlefield Communications Network," Henry S. Kenyon, Dec. 1999, p. 55.

"Down-to-Earth Solutions Offered For British Military Satellites," Dec. 1999, p. 63.

"Tactical Radar System Adds Teeth To Perimeter Security Missions," Mar. 2000, p. 59.

"Remotely Operated Communications To Link British Forces in Balkans,"
Henry S. Kenyon, May 2000, p. 33.

"British Quickstep to World Markets," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 2000, p. 17.

"British Communicators Become Service Oriented," Robert K. Ackerman, January 2001, p. 35.

"British Defense Researchers Privatize With Public Aims," July 2001, p. 31.

"U.K. Communications On Target," Henry S. Kenyon, November 2001, p. 41.

"British Warfighters Exploit Network Centricity," Sept. 2003, p. 33.

"Defense Infrastructure Revamp Forges Single British Network," Sept. 2003, p. 49.

"U.K. Military Cuts Paper Trail," Sept. 2003, p. 61.

BULGARIA

"Communications, Information Systems Drive Bulgaria's Military Reform," April 1999, p. 49

"Politics, Finances Dominate BulgariaÍs Military Reform," October 1999, p. 33.

"Bulgaria Seeks Industry Teaming for New Military Information Systems," May 2000, p. 57.

CANADA

"Canadian Space Ventures Spark Sensors, Robotics," Mar. 1992, p. 48.

"Canada Confab Ponders Plan loosening Military Standards," Jun. 1992, p. 124.

"Canadian Communication Rig Links Vehicles, Headquarters," Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1994, p. 35.

"Smart Communications Drive Canada's Ground, Space Needs," Mar. 1994, p. 39.

"Adaptive Antenna Receiver Suppresses Noise, Jammers," Mar. 1994, p. 42.

"Concerns for Industrial Strength, Independence Converge in Canada,"
Gretchen A. Kraft, June 1994, p. 65.

"Open Architecture Empowers Agency-Industry Data Flow," Curt Sandberg, April 1995, p. 66.

"Canada Automates Functions To Hold the Line on Defense," Mar. 1996, p. 64.

"System Emphasizes Voice, Data Flexibility in Combat Radio Links,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, July 1997, p. 71.

"Canada Integrates Strategies, Initiates Comprehensive Plans," Mar. 1998, p. 49.

"Biometrics Eclipse Passwords to Ensure Confidentiality, Privacy," Mar. 1998, p. 53.

"Information Experts Ponder Future of Global Village Michelle L. Hankins, July 1998, p. 63.

"Canada Harmonizes Score To Enter Digital Economy," Maryann Lawlor, Mar. 2000, p. 49

. "User Interface Opens Options In Air Traffic Control, Defense," Mar. 2000, p. 55.

CHINA

"Exploding Chinese Economy Pegs Electronics as Priority," Dec. 1993, p. 35.

"Chinese Modernization Aids Air Defense Radar, Missiles," James C. Bussert, July 1994, p. 63.

"Chinese Frigates Evolve Into Capable Competitors," James C. Bussert, Dec. 1994, p. 23.

"Chinese Destroyers Incorporate Western Technologies, Designs," James C. Bussert, Mar. 1995, p. 53.

"Global Telecommunications Need Fans Strategic Services," April 1995, p. 21.

"Chinese Submarines Quietly Amass Strength in Pacific," James C. Bussert, June 1995, p. 75.

"Extended European Air Defense Moves to Contractor Selection," Sept. 1998, p. 59.

"Asia-Pacific Rim Economic Climate Overshadows Business Opportunities,"
Maryann Lawlor, Oct. 1998. p. 36.

"China Forges Ahead With Indigenous Avionics Base," James C. Bussert, Feb. 1999, p. 77

"ChinaÍs Military Potency Relies On Arms Information Content,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., November 1999, p. 21.

"New Missile Destroyers Deploy For Blue-Water Operations,"
James C. Bussert, November 1999, p. 29.

"China Taps Many Resources For Coastal Defense," James C. Bussert, Nov. 2002, p. 29.

"Chinese Naval Sonar Evolves From Foreign Influences," James C. Bussert, Dec. 2002, p. 57.

"Chinese Military Modernization Aims For Regional Projection," Oct. 2003, p. 39.

CZECH REPUBLIC

"Dynamic Privatization Ignites Czech Communications Growth," (Tesla)
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jan. 1999, p. 51.

DENMARK

"Solitary Denizens of the Deep Prowl Seabeds Autonomously,"
(Maridan ApS), Apr. 1998, p. 40.

EUROPEAN

"Basic Research Paves Way For European Science Trek," Robert K. Ackerman, Oct. 1991, p. 45.

"China Loans Threaten U.S. Precision Optics," Robert K. Ackerman, May 1990, p. 65.

"Cooperation Seen as Path To Industrial Profitability," Gerald F. Merna, Sept. 1991, p. 103.

"Defense Electronics Sales Should Burgeon in 1990s," Robert H. Williams, Oct. 1991, p. 25.

"European Air Defense Teams Spur Corporate Realignment,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jun. 1990, p. 67.

"Systems Integrators Vital To European Military," John K. C. Maclean, Oct. 1991, p. 29.

"European Firms Keep Pace On Technology's Frontiers," Oct. 1992, p. 26.

"European Science Flies in An Orbiting Laboratory," Robert K. Ackerman, Oct. 1992, p. 51.

"Evolving Business Change Expands European Markets," Loren Diedrichsen, Dec. 1992, p. 53.

"Technology Plums Crucial To East Europe Advances," Mar. 1993, p. 41.

"U.S. Technology Prepares To Lift Eastern Europe," Mar. 1993, p. 49.

"Privitization Fuels Growing Digital Equipment Markets," April 1994, p. 56.

"Able Technologies Spawn European Military Systems," May 1994, p. 97.

"Aircraft System Designs Driven by Pilots, Versatility," Sept. 1994, p. 29.

"French, German Scientists Aim for Improved Munitions," Sept. 1994. p. 45.

"European Aerospace Community Aims for Gigabit Data Links," Sept. 1995, p. 55.

"Common Currency Influences Virtual Marketplace Growth," Mar. 1999, p. 29

FRANCE

"France Displays Electronics Along With Tanks, Missiles," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 86.

"Heliborne Surveillance Radar Finds Distant Moving Targets,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 93.

"High Frequency Transistors Emerge in French Laboratory," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Oct. 1990, p. 49.

"Research Commitment Drives French Industrial Machinery," Robert H. Williams, Apr. 1992, p. 39.

"France Maintains Robust Military-Industrial Union," Apr. 1992, p. 43.

"Corporate Group Reorganizes For World Technology Race," Apr. 1992, p. 47.

"Precision Systems Unfold At Corbeville Laboratory," Apr. 1992, p. 49.

"Vital Optronics Progress Offers Total Vision Plan," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Oct. 1992, p. 19.

"French Firm Brings Space Industries Down to Earth," Oct. 1992, p. 33.

"France Provides Case Study For Preserving U.S. Defense," Feb. 1993, p. 48.

"Multimedia Controls Steer French Fighters," Robert K. Ackerman, Oct. 1993, p. 17.

"European Chip Research Eyes Targeted Technologies," Oct. 1993, p. 21.

"Aerospace Advances Spring From Varied Scientific Forays," Oct. 1993, p. 33.

"Military Technology Surges Into Commercial Multimedia," Oct. 1993, p. 39.

"Trans-Atlantic Pact Spurs Processing Power, Security," Jan. 1995, p. 41.

"Flexible Computer Graphics Train French Fighter Pilots," Andrew C. Braunberg, Sept. 1995, p. 35.

"French Helmet Visors Clear The Skies for Combat Pilots," Robert K. Ackerman, August 1996, p. 43.

"Dual-Mode Sensors Provide Automatic Target Detection," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1996, p. 25.

"Europe's Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Enable Fast Action," Sept. 1996, p. 31.

"Robust Military Networks Employ Adaptive Routing," Sept. 1996, p. 37.

"France Banks on Privitization To Boost Telecommunications,"
D. J. Suberk and Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1996, p. 33.

"Telecommunication Scientists Transform Photons, Electrons," Robert K. Ackerman, Sept. 1997, p. 23.

"New Radar Systems Balance Technologies, Roles, Costs," (Thomson-CSF), Sept. 1997, p. 30.

"Swedish Beam Experts Spotlight Land, Air Objects Through Clutter," Sept. 1997, p. 35.

"Aircraft Control Becomes a Meeting of Electronic Minds," Oct. 1997, p. 67.

"Competition Stimulus Activates French Industry's Restructuring," Sept. 1998, p. 45.

"French Army Gains Tactical Radio Switching Advantage," Sept. 1998, p. 52.

"Passive Detection Sensors Track Aircraft's Onboard Transmitters," Sept. 1998, p. 56.

"French Technology Stimulates Innovation, Stiff Rivalry," Sept. 2000, p. 25.

"Tiny Cellular Phones Begat New Airborne Sensor Clan," (SAGEM) Sept. 2000, p. 29.

"European Command Node Ready for Action," Sept. 2003, p. 52.

"Spacecraft Ties Distant Battlefields Into One Network,:" Sept. 2003. P. 67.

GENERAL

"Britain, Soviet Union to Study Joint Satellite Launch System," Robert K. Ackerman, Nov. 1990, p. 76.

"Electronics and Computers Lead Advances in Aerospace," Robert K. Ackerman, Nov. 1990, p. 66.

"National Economies Revolve Around Telecommunications," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Oct. 1990, p. 63.

"Economic Warfare Emerges As Cardinal Threat in 1990s," Robert H. Williams, Dec. 1991, p. 57.

"Hungary Spearheads Major Telecommunications Rehab," Bryant R. Dunetz, Mar. 1992, p. 41.

"Fly-by-Wire Controls Net Crucial Airliner Advances," Pierre Baud, Oct. 1992, p. 35.

"Commuter Aircraft Gain Phased Array Early Warning Capability," Dec. 1994, p. 53.

"Open Architecture Empowers Agency-Industry Data Flow," Curt Sandberg, April 1995, p. 66.

"Norwegian Industry Focuses on Information Gathering, Dissemination,"
Maryann Lawlor, Sept. 1995, p. 45.

"U.S. Companies Stand to Gain In Telecommunications Arena," D. J. Suberk, Apr. 1997, p. 32.

"Roadblocks to Interoperability Frustrate Coalition Communications," November 2000, p. 41.

GERMANY

"High Technology Energizes German Reach for the Stars," Robert H. Williams, May 1992, p. 49.

"Command, Control System Evolves for German Army," May 1992, p. 55.

"German Industrial Goliath Seeks Synergy in Diversity," May 1992, p. 59.

"New Agile German Radio Provides High Data Rates," Aug. 1992, p. 51.

"German Technology Reigns In Aircraft Applications," Oct. 1992, p. 31.

"Innovative Technologies Are Central to German Industry," Oct. 1993, p. 24.

"Bavaria Hits High Road in Building Diminutive Chips," Oct. 1993, p. 29.

"Personal Communications Grow From Broadband Links," Oct. 1993, p. 43.

"Sensor Advances Spawn Weapon System Spinoffs," Sept. 1994, p. 22.

"Private Branch Digital Networks Brace Financial Institutions," April 1995, p. 43.

"Canada Automates Functions To Hold the Line on Defense," Mar. 1996, p. 64.

"Robust Military Networks Employ Adaptive Routing," Sept. 1996, p. 37.

"German Information Science Meets Central Region Needs," (Siemens Nixdorf) Mar. 1997, p. 29.

"German Radar Sensor Progress Cues Missile Defense Weapons," Sept. 1998, p. 61.

"Position-Fixing Methods Use Broadband Direction Finders," Oct. 1998, p. 71.

"Germany Opts for Triad Approach In New Tactical Radio System,"
Maj. Michael E. Firlie, USA, Nov. 1998, p. 31

"Electronic Warfare Sensors Play Key German, Allied Forces Role," Nov. 1998, p. 53.

"Electronics and Sensors Steer Precision Target Engagement," Dec. 1998, p. 69.

"German Battlefield Electronics Link Communications, Sensors," Mar. 1999, p. 51

"German Firm Aims Antennas At Security Communications," August 1999, p. 75.

"Germany Shifts Procurement Tasks to Single Organization," September 1999, p. 35.

"Global Aerospace Firm Offers Solutions to German Defense," September 1999, p. 39.

"Testing and Evaluation Nurture Valuable Simulation Expertise," (IABG) September 1999, p. 62.

"Eclectic German Research Quickens Pace," Sept. 2000, p. 33.

"Bloodless Battles Play Out With Stark Realism," Sept. 2000, p. 38.

"Sensor Pod Handles Ticklish Flying," Sept. 2000, p. 40.

"Biometric Defense In Depth," May 2002, p. 61.

"Software Enables Radio Family Ties," Sept. 2002, p. 31.

HUNGARY

"Hungary's Military Deals With a Plethora of Changes," Sept. 2002, p. 23.

INDIA

"India's Navy Blends Eastern and Western Ships, Systems," James C. Bussert, Dec. 1993, p. 41.

ISRAEL

"Israeli Electronics Firms Seize Semiconductor Edge," May 1994, p. 103.

"Technologies Benefit Israel Air Defense, Assaults, Surveillance," May 1996, p. 99.

"Battling Bytes Support Mobile Ground Forces," August 1996, p. 52.

"Israeli Expertise Finds Niche In Countermeasures Market," August 1996, p. 53.

"Israeli Electronic Warriors Counter Modern Threats," Nov. 1997, p. 61

. "Maritime Surveillance Radar Detects, Tracks Sea Targets," Dec. 1997, p. 49.

"Israeli Battlefield Radio Advances Induce International Military Sales," Sept. 1998, p. 83.

"Israel Design Antiarmor Missile To Fire Out of Tank Guns," Mark H. Kagan, Feb. 1999, p. 73

"No Stones, But a Novel Battle," Sept. 2000, p. 69.

"Israel Builds New Soldier System," Adam Baddeley, Nov. 2003, p. 61.

ITALY

"Advanced Laser Research Boosts Italy's Industry," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 77.

"Allies Build Data Fusion Tactical Prototype System," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 71.

"Automated Business Systems Offer Italy Military Uses," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 81.

"Electronic Warfare Systems Find Growing Applications," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 73.

"Italy's Electronics Industry Covers All Military Facets," Robert H. Williams, May 1991, p. 151.

"Italy's Electronics Industry Seeks Development Teaming," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 61.

"Italy's Research Programs Focus on Consortia Efforts," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 54.

"Military Aircraft Company Seeks Space Participants," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 67.

"World Market Access Goal of Italian Defense Industry," Robert H. Williams, May 1991, p. 148.

"Italian Technologists Eye Battlespace Surveillance," Sept. 1997, p. 39.

"French Reserchers Probe Aerospace Systems Limits," Sept. 1997, p. 43.

"Ancient Optics Pave Way for Novel Sensors," Sept. 2000, p. 65.

JAPAN

"Japanese Companies Fund Chip, Software Research," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jul. 1990, p. 53.

"Taxed U.S.-Japanese Alliance Requires Respect, Cool Heads,"
Gen. John A. Wickham, Jr., USA (Ret.), Mar. 1992, p. 19.

"Japan Lifts Scientific Veil, Seeks U.S. Research Accord," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Dec. 1993, p. 17.

Vigorous Campaign Turns Tables on Japan, Inc." Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), Dec. 1994, p.13.

"Japan Sails New Tack Toward Basic Research," Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1994, p. 15.

"Technologies Benefit Israel Air Defense, Assaults, Surveillance," May 1996, p. 99.

"Japanese Navy Sails Charted Advanced Electronics Course," James C. Bussert, May 1996, p. 103.

LATIN AMERICA

"Latin America, Caribbean Promise Market Bonanza," Bryant R. Dunetz, Mar. 1993, p. 29.

"Privitization Fuels Growing Digital Equipment Markets," April 1994, p. 56.

MEXICO

"Mexico Surges Into New Telecommunications Age," Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1993, p. 33.

NORWAY

"Defense Programs Carry On Norse Explorer Tradition," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., October 2000, p. 31.

"International Community Fortifies Information Security," August 2001, p. 60.

PACIFIC

"Pacific Region Holds Key To Technologies' Advance," Robert H. Williams, Nov. 1992, p. 41.

"Robust Pacific Rim Markets Target of Technology Trade," Kristin K. Fay, Feb. 1993, p. 55.

"Pacific Rim Nations Offer Strong Economic Potential," Nov. 1993, p. 65.

"East-Asia Rivalry Forges Information Common Market," Dec. 1993, p. 21.

"Booming Asian Telephone Markets Exhibit Strength," Dec. 1993, p. 25.

"Asia Pacific Expands Solid Telecommunications Drive," Dec. 1993, p. 33.

"Technology Market Beckons in Pacific Basin," Feb. 1994, p. 61.

"Asia-Pacific Rim Economic Climate Overshadows Business Opportunities,"
Maryann Lawlor, Oct. 1998. p. 36.

POLAND

"Military, Academia Join Forces To Advance Polish Technologies,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Sept. 1998, p. 75.

"Polish Military Benefits From Telecommunications Research," April 1999, p. 53

"Technopolis Rising," March 2002, p. 56.

RUSSIA

"United States Clears Board For Russian Modernization," Oct. 1992, p. 57.

"Russia's Leap Forward Hinges On Communications Mastery," Robert H. Williams, Mar. 1993, p. 45.

"Russian Electronics Firms Pin Hopes on Privatization," James C. Bussert, Jun 1997, p. 125.

"Mobile Russian Surveillance, Air Defense Advances Flow," Oct. 1998, p. 65.

"Russian Researchers Develop New Telecommunications System," Sept. 2002, p. 35.

SAUDI ARABIA

"Aerial Combat Stimulates Saudi Air Force Blueprint," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Aug. 1991, p. 116.

SOUTH KOREA

"High Technology Electronics Program Set for South Korea," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Oct. 1990, p. 58.

"Korea Keys In on R&D, International Cooperation," Kristin K. Fay, Nov. 1991, p. 77.

"Outlook for the Republic of Korea," Gen. John A. Wickham, Jr., USA (Ret.), Feb. 1991, p. 15.

SPAIN

"Spain's Electronics Gain Clout," Sept. 2000, p. 43.

SWEDEN

"Commuter Aircraft Gain Phased Array Early Warning Capability," Dec. 1994, p. 53.

"Air Navigation's Future Rests on Satellites, Microprocessor," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1995, p. 14.

"Europe's Tactical Weapons Gain Electro-Optic Growth," Nov. 1995., p. 69.

"Sweden Fields Versatile Fighter Mission Planner," Dec. 1995, p. 56.

"Sweden Unveils Compact, Mobile Phased Array Battlefield Sensors," Sept. 1996, p. 49.

"Sweden Fine Tunes Telecommunications Law," Dec. 1996, p. 37.

"Navy Explores European Offerings Of Airspace Datalink Technologies," August 1998, p. 69.

"Sweden's Science Sizzles, Draws Bids," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., November 2000, p. 65.

"Siren of the Deep Sings Digital Song," Christian B. Sheehy, December 2000, p. 53.

"Sweden Explores Alternative to Traditional Big Staff Command and Control Unit,"
Henrik Friman, February 2001, p. 63.

"Advancing the State of the Art in Command and Control,"
Alfred G. Brandstein, Henrik Friman and Gary E. Horne, May 2001, p. 49.

"Swedish Radar Reaches New Heights," Sept. 2003, p. 64.

"Soldiers Modernize Beneath Northern Lights," Adam Baddeley, Feb. 2004, p. 62

SWITZERLAND

"Swiss Chip Designs Influence Steep Dropoff in Device Size," Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1997, p. 36.

"Pyrotechnics Provide Emergency Critical Information Destruction," Sept. 1998, p. 71.

TAIWAN

"Taiwan's Aggressive Actions Expand Electronics Industry," Dec. 1993. p. 37.

"Taiwan's Electronics Industry Plots Technical Course Changes,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, Dec. 1994, p. 19.

"Taipei Equips With Latest Mobile Subscriber Radios," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1998, p. 41.

TURKEY

"Turkey's Technology Investments Drive Export Market Competition," Oct. 1998, p. 43.

"Turkey Gains Mobile Network Bonanza, Sept. 2000, p. 73.

UKRAINE

"Rx for Ailing Data Devices," January 2001, p. 53.

UNITED STATES

"Changing Industrial Base Needs New Trade Efforts,"
Bryant Dunetz and Dr. Michael Mann, Jul. 1990, p. 73.

"Defense Contracting Faces Dangerous Juggling Act," Stephen Aubin, Oct. 1991, p. 52.

"Foreign Competition Pounds U.S. Semiconductor Industry,"
LTC Michael A. Spatola, USAF, and LTC Buddy B. Wood, USAF, Apr. 1991, p. 39.

"Mile-High Software Valley Forms in Denver Mountains," Randy Welch, Nov. 1990, p. 55.

"Rivals Form Alliance Aimed At Systems Interoperability," Robert H. Williams, Oct. 1991, p. 49.

"The United States Must Strive to Compete and Win," Dr. Malcolm R. Currie, Aug. 1990, p. 22.

"Federal Information Systems Open The Door To Commercial Products,"
Alan D. Campen, Jan. 1992, p. 77.

"Wise Companies Diversify As Defense Cuts Spending," Warren H. Suss, May 1991, p. 93.

"Strategic Spending Shift Spells Industry Shake-up," Apr. 1992, p. 61.

"Digital, Optical Science Bear Smart Pocket Communicator," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr. , Jun. 1992, p. 28.

"Protracted Program Pruning Fosters Manufacturing Glut," Glenn A. Buckles, Jun. 1992, p. 63.

"Preserving U.S. Technology, Trade Parity Requires Government-Industry Alliance,"
Robert H. Williams, Aug. 1992, p. 16.

"Fluid Battle Scenes Bank On Fast Adaptive Schemes," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Nov. 1992, p. 23.

"Strong Science Investment Pulls Firm From Precipice," Robert H. Williams, Feb. 1993, p. 39.

"Despite Spending Decline, Electronic Budgets Burgeon," Feb. 1993, p. 50.

"Level Communications Funds Meet Force Projection Needs," Mar. 1993, p. 37.

"Sleeping U.S. Trade Tiger Sheds Slumber, Stirs,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), Dec 1993, p. 15.

"Manufacturing Technology Achieves Improved Stature," William H. Gregory, Dec. 1993. p. 55.

"Patent Arsenal Equipped For Defense Conversion," Scott M. Alter, Dec. 1993. p. 59.

"Automation's Advances Cut Across Federal Open Systems,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), and Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Oct. 1994, p. 66.

"Imaging, Data Base Advances Pluck Government Programs,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), and Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Dec. 1994, p. 35.

"Advanced Computer Imaging Enables Manifold Applications," Dec. 1994, p. 38.

"Airborne Radar Takes Off Again With New Airframe," Dec. 1994, p. 57.

"Trans-Atlantic Pact Spurs Processing Power, Security," Jan. 1995, p. 41.

"Jointness, Integration, Commercial Products Reshape Federal Market,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), Jan. 1995, p. 61.

"Hardware Companies Switch, Compete for Services Contracts," Feb. 1995, p. 39.

"Global Telecommunications Need Fans Strategic Services," April 1995, p. 21.

"Open Architecture Empowers Agency-Industry Data Flow," Curt Sandberg, April 1995, p. 66.

"Transforming Others Leads Company To Reinvent Itself,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.) and Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1995, p. 33.

"Commercial Products' Potential Must Agree With Defense Needs,"
William H. Gregory, May 1995, p. 49.

"Powerful Technologies Surf Software and Services Wave,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., June 1995, p. 21.

"Sweeping Federal Change Jump Starts Productivity," June 1995, p. 27.

"Innovative Firms Embrace New Manufacturing Technologies," June 1995, p. 51.

"New Concepts and Information Technology Shape Manufacturing,"
William H. Gregory, June 1995, p. 55.

"Interactive Network's Allure Delivers Skyrocketing Power," Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Aug 1995, p. 15.

"Slashing Chip Manufacturing Red Tape Invigorates Industry," Aug. 1995, p. 39.

"Military Semiconductor Makers Reassess Aims," Andrew C. Braunberg, Aug. 1995, p. 44.

"Airliner Computers Bring Economy, Operating Ease," Robert Ropelewski, Feb. 1996, p. 38.

"Communication Reform Spurs Entrepreneurs, Drives Rivalry," Edward J. Walsh, April 1996, p. 27.

"Agencies, Industry Seek Manufacturing Agenda," William H. Gregory, Nov. 1996, p. 59.

"Production Research Suffers As Funding Cutbacks Loom," Nov. 1996, p. 63.

"U.S. Companies Stand to Gain In Telecommunications Arena," D. J. Suberk, Apr. 1997, p. 32.

"Telecommunications Center Helps Startups Find Success," Michael A. Robinson, July 1997, p. 67.

"Corporate Mergers, Acquisitions Fraught With Potential Problems," Maryann Lawlor, Aug. 1997, p. 35.

"Customer Base Broadens From Missiles to Medicare," Maryann Lawlor, Oct. 1997, p. 53.

"Defense Marketplace Changes Cause Companies to Re-evaluate, Revamp,"
Maryann Lawlor, Dec. 1997, p. 59.

"A Web of Satellites Girding Earth To Provide the Ultimate Datalink,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1998, p. 17.

"U.S. Satellite Competitiveness Hinges on Technology Pipeline," Mar. 1998, p. 33.

"Expeditious, Cooperative Transition Impacts Corporate Merger Success,"
Maryann Lawlor, May 1998, p. 71.

"Slow Defense Contract Growth Alters Lucrative Core Business,"
Michael A. Robinson, May 1998, p. 79.

"Dynamic Executive Centers Bolster Corporate Revenue," May 1998, p. 89.

"Market Intelligence Gathering Secures Small Business Success," Maryann Lawlor, June 1998, p. 58.

"Virtual Consortium Fosters Entrepreneurial Camaraderie," June 1998, p. 65.

"Complementary Partnerships Extend Corporate Reach, Benefit Customers,"
Maryann Lawlor, Nov. 1998, p. 46.

"Highway 1 Promotes Technology Employment in Government Services," April 1999, p. VG 9

"Resource Rich, Cooperative Centers Cultivate Technologies' Newcomers," June 1999, p. 21

"Electronic Devices Poised to Enter Self-Communication Age," July 1999, p. 27.

"Photons and Electrons Nourish Blossoming Economic Prosperity,"
Maryann Lawlor, June 2000, p. 35.

"Internet to Deliver Ubiquitous, Invisible Connectivity," June 2001, p. 45.

"Small Businesses Critical to Large Efforts," Maryann Lawlor, July 2002, p. 17.

"Army Views Other Services as Transformation Template," Robert K. Ackerman, July 2002, p. 31.

"No More Business As Usual," Henry S. Kenyon, Sept. 2002, p. S19.

"Building a Road To High Ground," Henry S. Kenyon, Feb. 2003, p. 21.

"Homeland Security Funding Shuns Traditional Models," Feb. 2003, p. 39.

"Commercial Coalition Tackles Security Complexities," Maryann Lawlor, Feb. 2003, p. 47.

"Telecommunications Markets Look Past 203," Mar. 2003, p. 37.

"Miniaturization, Networking Pervade Future Unmanned Systems," Apr 2003, p. 38.

"Investing Against Terrorism," Henry S. Kenyon, Apr 2003, p. 43.

"Sea Service Recruits Venture Capitalists," Dec. 2003, p. 31.

"Military Users Boost Commercial Imagery," Dec. 2003, p. 53.


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