Sean Stackley, president of the integrated mission systems segment at L3Harris Technologies and a previous Wash100 awardee, said L3Harris has technological capabilities from its predecessor companies that could be combined and help the Navy carry out its concept for distributed maritime operations, USNI News reported Tuesday.More
L3Harris Technologies will move to build a satellite for position, navigation and timing system demonstrations after the company passed a critical design review with the U.S. Air Force. The Melbourne, Fla.-based defense firm can now begin the production of Navigation Technology Satellite-3 the service branch intends to launch into geostationary orbit sometime in 2022.More
L3Harris Technologies has won a potential seven-year, $83.1M contract to develop, integrate and demonstrate an anti-jam modem intended for wideband satellite communications. The Navy Wideband Anti-Jam Modem contract, which has an initial value of $47.6M, includes options for the company to manufacture the hardware and perform engineering support work, the Department of Defense said Thursday.More
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