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Harris Corporation Announces NAB2006 Papers Presentation Schedule


Broadcast Communications Division engineers and executives to present 14 papers

CINCINNATI, April 11, 2006 — Harris Corporation’s (NYSE: HRS) Broadcast Communications Division (BCD) today announced its presentation schedule for papers at NAB2006. Harris executives and engineers from all Broadcast Communications Division business units will present 14 papers in two venues (Broadcast Engineering Conference and the SBE/Ennes Workshop) over a five-day period. Information on each speaker and presentation follows, in chronological order. All presentations take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Times are tentative and should be reconfirmed upon arrival at NAB2006:

SBE/Ennes Workshop, Saturday, April 22, Room S219/S

* 8 a.m. — Tutorial: RF Engineers — A Brush Up for Engineers, by Dana Myers, principal engineer, Television Transmission Systems.
* 10:05 a.m. — How HD Radio™ Works, by Gary Liebisch, radio product line engineer, Harris Radio Broadcast Systems.

NAB2006 Broadcast Engineering Conference, Sunday, April 23, Room S226/2

* 11 a.m. — A Third Generation, Multi-Dimensional HD/FM Exciter with Dual RF Outputs, by Geoffrey Mendenhall, vice president, research and development, Harris Radio Broadcast Systems.
* 2 p.m. — A Primer on IP Audio Networking, by Bob Band, international channel sales manager, Harris Networking Solutions.
* 3 p.m. — Advantages of an Integrated Audio Transport System, by Steve Edie, product manager, Intraplex Products.

NAB2006 Broadcast Engineering Conference, Monday, April 24, Room S219/S

* 3:30 p.m. — Disaster Recovery Preparation: A Summary of the FCC’s MSRC Toolkit Committee Work, by Jay Adrick, vice president, broadcast technology architect for Harris Broadcast Communications Division; and Bob Ross, vice president of east coast operations for CBS.

NAB2006 Broadcast Engineering Conference, Tuesday, April 25, Room S227 (except where noted)

* 9 a.m. — Delivering the HD Radio Data Stream from Studio to Transmitter, by Ted Nahil, channel sales manager, domestic radio broadcast, Harris Networking Solutions.
* 1 p.m. — What’s Certain in the Media Marketplace of the Future?, by Taras Bugir, chief strategy officer, Harris Broadcast Communications Division (Room S222).
* 2:30 p.m. — Single Frequency Networks in Digital Radio, by Anders Mattson, principal engineer, Harris Radio Broadcast Systems.

NAB2006 Broadcast Engineering Conference, Wednesday, April 26, Room S227 (except where noted)

* 9 a.m. — The Interaction of AM Antenna Load Impedance and the RF Power Amplifier, by Ky Luu, senior scientist, Harris Radio Broadcast Systems; and Ronald Rackley, consulting engineer for duTreil, Lundin and Rackley, Inc.
* 10:30 a.m. — Managing SD/HD Workflow in Production Mobiles, by Leigh Whitcomb, principal engineer, video processing and distribution, Harris Infrastructure and Networking Product Line (Room S221).
* 11 a.m. — Virtual Test Methods: A Better Way of Extending FM Performance Measurements, by Anders Mattson, principal engineer, Harris Radio Broadcast Systems.
* 2 p.m. — Applying Ferrite Circulators to Better Isolate HD Radio Combined Transmitters, by Keith Mullin, senior technical communicator, Harris Broadcast Communications Division.
* 4 p.m. — Pre-Correction of FM Analog Signals to Correct for Filterplexer Distortions, by Anders Mattson, principal engineer, Harris Radio Broadcast Systems.

About Harris Broadcast Communications Division
Harris is an international communications and information technology company serving government and commercial markets in more than 150 countries. With headquarters in Melbourne, Florida, the company has annual sales of over $3 billion and more than 13,000 employees — including 5,500 engineers and scientists — dedicated to the development of best-in-class assured communications™ products, systems, and services. The company’s operating divisions serve markets for government communications, RF communications, broadcast communications, and microwave communications. Additional information about Harris Corporation is available at

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