January 17, 2017 5:04 PM ET

Aerospace and Defense

Company Overview of L-3 Communications Electron Technologies, Inc.

Company Overview

L-3 Communications Electron Technologies, Inc. designs, develops, fabricates, integrates, tests, and supplies traveling wave tubes (TWTs), electronic power conditioners (EPC), and integrated traveling wave tube amplifiers (TWTAs) for the space and defense industry worldwide. It provides traveling wave tube (TWT), an electron device used for radio-frequency amplification at microwave frequencies (above 500 MHz) and is the primary means of signal amplification utilized in communication satellites, as well as used for ground broadcast stations, guidance systems, and military aircraft radar. The company also offers single TWT amplifiers (TWTA), dual TWTAs (DTWTA), specialized TWTAs, and lineariz...

3100 West Lomita Boulevard

P.O. Box 2999

Torrance, CA 90509-2999

United States

Founded in 1959





Key Executives for L-3 Communications Electron Technologies, Inc.

President of L-3 Electron Devices Division
Age: 55
Vice President of Military and Telecom TWT Products
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

L-3 Communications Electron Technologies, Inc. Key Developments

L-3 Communications Electron Technologies Inc. Wins Sole Source Federal Contract Valued at up to $9,543,925

L-3 Communications Electron Technologies Inc. won a sole source federal contract valued at up to $9,543,925 from the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command, Newport, Rhode Island, for Q Band traveling wave tube amplifier modules.

L-3 Communications Electron Technologies, Inc. Secures $9.54 Million Federal Contract

L-3 Communications Electron Technologies, Inc. was awarded a $9,543,925 federal contract by the U.S. Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Newport, Rhode Island, for the fabrication, test and delivery of L3 Q band traveling wave tubes (TWT) in support of the OE-562A/USC-38(V) submarine high data rate (SubHDR) antenna system mast group. The amplifier radio frequency Q-band TWT is a vital part of the SubHDR antenna system. The SubHDR antenna system provides high capacity communications to submarines in the super high frequency and extremely high frequency spectrums. The system consists of both the inboard Navy Satellite Program terminal, and associated equipment and outboard (antenna) components. The contractor shall also support testing, inspection and evaluations of failed Q band TWT amplifier modules that are removed from existing systems.

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