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Folk Names Peter Davis

Director Of Marketing

The DSF-6000, when intercon- nected with position-finding equip- ment and a suitable digital tape recorder or data logger, can generate depth and position data in perma- nent digital form for precision bathymetric survey operations.

For a brochure detailing the spec- ifications and operating features of

Raytheon's newly enhanced DSF- 6000 Digital Survey Fathometer,

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ORI Incorporated Wins $4.5-Million Contract

For Submarine Work

ORI Incorporated, Rockville,

Md., was recently awarded a $4,512,272 cost-plus-fixed-fee term contract to provide research and de- velopment efforts in support of ad- vanced submarine ship control de- sign. The work will be performed in both Rockville (70 percent) and Be- thesda, Md. (30 percent), and is expected to be completed by Sep- tember 1988. At the end of the cur- rent fiscal year, $183,000 of the funds would have expired. There were 61 bids solicited and one offer received. The David Taylor Naval

Ship Research and Development

Center, Bethesda, Md., is the con- tracting activity (N000167-85-C- 0116).

J.M. Blank, president of The

Falk Corporation, recently an- nounced the appointment of H.

Peter Davis as director of market- ing.

Mr. Davis joined Falk in 1968.

He was assigned a product manager in 1971 and appointed head of fluid power in 1973, appointed manager of standard product sales in 1979, and manager of product marketing in 1982.

The Falk Corporation, Milwau- kee-based subsidiary of Sundstrand

Corporation, is a major manufactur- er of industrial power transmission machinery.

Spratt Joins

Anixter Bros. In

National Account Sales

Bob R. Spratt recently joined

Anixter Bros., Skokie, 111., in nation- al account sales, according to corpo- rate vice president Bob Wilson.

Mr. Spratt's efforts will be de- voted to the industrial community in the states of Illinois, Iowa and the greater metropolitan area of Chica- go and northwestern Indiana. He will be based at Anixter's Evanston, 111. location.

Prior to joining the company, Mr.

Spratt was vice president of mar- keting at Lissner Corporation in

Chicago. In addition, he had spent 21 years with Ericsson Inc. in New

York, serving in a variety of sales and management positions.

Raytheon Adds New

Frequency To DSF-6000

Fathometer Depth Sounder

Raytheon Ocean Systems Compa- ny has added a new frequency to its popular DSF-6000 Digital Survey

FathometerĀ® depth sounder, creat- ing a newly configured, "deep- water" instrument package at no increase in price.

The DSF-6000 now has, in addi- tion to existing frequencies of 24, 40, 100, and 200 kHz, a 12 kHz frequen- cy for 5,000-meter capability.

The portable depth sounder con- tinues to feature a permanent chart display and both serial and parallel output ports. It provides high reso- lution, quality bathymetric profiles with automatic or manual switching among seven overlapping phases.

The system will also continue to have a simultaneous dual frequency or individual frequency operating capability.

November, 1985

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