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New lightweight, anti-jam GPS for ground systems contract won by Raytheon - News

December 03, 2012
HARLOW, United Kingdom. The UK Ministry of Defense chose Raytheon UK for a new GPS Anti-Jam Antenna System. Raytheon will provide an undisclosed number of advanced systems for deployment in operational theaters across multiple vehicle platforms.

Raytheon releases software data transfer solution for cross-domain mobile and tactical information sharing - News

November 08, 2012
WASHINGTON – Raytheon has released the software-based Small Format Guard (SFG), a cross-domain data transfer solution for SWaP-C-minded mobile tactical forces. The adaptable, multi-level data transfer solution is operable on AdvancedTCA (ATCA) processor boards, Single Board Computers (SBCs), or other rugged 64-bit x86 architectures, and supports a variety of security protocols for mission-specific requirements.

Secure data transfer for strict SWaP requirements released by Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions - News

November 05, 2012
WASHINGTON. Engineers at Raytheon Trusted Computer Solutions (RTCS) released a secure data transfer solution called Small Format Guard for warfighters in mobile and tactical deployments.

Raytheon demos Army's SRW airborne and ground radios - News

October 31, 2012
MARLBOROUGH, Mass. Raytheon engineers demonstrated the Soldier Radio Waveform (SRW) on ground and airborne radio terminals, enabling warfighters to communicate over disparate networks.

Raytheon acquires cybersecurity firm - News

October 22, 2012
GARLAND, Texas. Raytheon officials announced the company purchased Teligy, Inc., a company focuse don developing cybersecurity technology. Technology. The acquisition extends Raytheon’s cybersecurity equipment footprint in vulnerability analysis, wireless communications, reverse engineering, as well as custom kernel software/device driver development.

Office of Naval Research tasks Raytheon to develop new power architectures for surface ships and submarines - News

October 10, 2012
TEWKSBURY, Mass. Raytheon won two Phase 2 contracts under the Office of Naval Research’s (ONR’s) Compact Power Conversion Technologies (CPCT) program, which looks to improve fuel economy and architectural flexibility on critical mission systems fir future surface ships and submarines. The one-year programs for a Bi-Directional Power Converter and a Power Management Controller will help to reduce equipment footprint and personnel on future naval platforms.

Smartphone, tablets securely connected via collaboration from Raytheon, Twisted Pair Solutions - News

October 03, 2012
SAN DIEGO. Engineers at Raytheon and Twisted Pair Solutions in Seattle have joined hands to develop software that will enable hand held communications across multiple devices.