Raytheon to Deliver GPS Receiver Cards to USAF, Saudi Arabia

Raytheon has received a potential three-year, $36.7 million U.S. Air Force contract to provide received cards designed for global positioning system tracking and navigation.

The Defense Department said Thursday the company will supply Advanced Technology Receiver Cards that work to simultaneously track patented direct measurement processing; ultra-tight global positioning system and inertial navigation system coupling; and fast satellite acquisition efforts.

DoD said the firm-fixed-price contract includes a foreign military sale to Saudi Arabia.

The Pentagon expects Raytheon to finish work by Dec. 31, 2020.

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