Raytheon to acquire Applied Signal Technology

  • 10-Jan-2011 03:04 EST

Raytheon Co. signed an agreement to acquire Sunnyvale, CA-based Applied Signal Technology Inc., a provider of systems for the collection and processing of communications signals to support tactical and strategic intelligence missions. Applied Signal's portfolio includes secure broadband network communications; cyber intelligence systems, software, and analytics to address sophisticated cyberspace threats; electronic warfare solutions; and other advanced capabilities that enable customers to detect, evaluate, and respond to potential threats. These systems are deployed on a range of strategic platforms worldwide. Following successful completion of the transaction, Applied Signal will be integrated into Raytheon's Space and Airborne Systems (SAS) business.

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