Lockheed to Develop Air Force Digital-to-Analog Tech

Lockheed Martin Corp. has won a $7,377,392 Air Force contract to provide technology for converting digital signals directly to analog, the Defense Department announced Friday.

The Air Force wants a single component technology resulting from this work.

The company will perform work in Moorestown, N.J. and the Pentagon expects work to finish by April 30, 2014.

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio is the contracting activity for the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract.

Raytheon is also working on digital-to-analog conversion through a program with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

The Waltham, Mass.-based contractor is working on developing frequency jamming technology that it hopes can generate tunable, linear microwave signals across various frequencies.

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