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Development Center News  No.7</h2>
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Communications Research Laboratory,
 4-2-1 Nukui-kita, Koganei, Tokyo 184, Japan</h3>

October, 1995
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Overview of the Seventh TDC Meeting

The Seventh meeting of the Technical Development Center was held on September 8, 1995 at the conference room of the Communications Research Center.

Attendance

CRL members Special members Following special members could not attend:

Agenda



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In October 1990, the International Earth Rotation Service (IERS) designated the Communications Research Laboratory (CRL) and Haystack Observatory, USA, as the Technical Development Centers (TDC). These centers are supposed to do The TDC meeting, attended by the ordinary members from inside the CRL and the special members from the outside, is held twice a year. The special members advise the committee, concerning the plan of technical developments. The TDC newsletter is published biannually by CRL to inform the IERS community its current activities.

This news was edited by T. Kondo, Kashima Space Research Center, who is the current representative of TDC at the Communications Research Laboratory, Japan. The editor wishes to thank Dr.O.J.~Sovers for his kind help in the correction of the news translated from Japanese to English.

Inquires on this issue should be addressed to:


               T. Kondo
               Kashima Space Research Center
               Communications Research Laboratory
               893-1 Hirai, Kashima, Ibaraki 314, Japan

               TEL    : +81-299-84-7137
               FAX    : +81-299-84-7159
               e-mail : kondo(AT)nict.go.jp
   

TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER NEWS No.7, October, 1995
International Earth Rotation Service - VLBI Technical Development Center News
published by
Communications Research Laboratory, 4-2-1 Nukui-kita, Koganei, Tokyo 184, Japan

VLBI and related activities at the Communications Research Laboratory are available from the home page of the Radio Astronomy Applications Section of the Kashima Space Research Center on the World Wide Web (WWW). The URL to view the home page is : http://apollo.nict.go.jp/


Updated on November 2, 1995.


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