Raytheon to Update Presidential Teleconference System

RaytheonLogoRaytheon has won two contracts worth $48.2 million combined to provide telecommunications and engineering services to the Defense Department, Motley Fool reported Monday.

Rich Smith writes the projects aim to update the transmission system for presidential and national voice conferencing terminals as well as upgrade a device for naval mine hunting operations.

The company’s network centric systems business won $34 million to test stationary and mobile PNVC command posts until October.

Smith reports the company’s integrated defense system division will work to modernize the U.S. Navy’s AN/AQS-20A weapons detection under a $14.2 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract that runs through September 2014.

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