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Raytheon To Upgrade Navy Missile Pulse Decoder

RaytheonLogoRaytheon (NYSE: RTN) has won an $8, 761, 875 contract modification to upgrade a pulse encoder on Tomahawk cruise missiles for the U.S. Navy, Signal Magazine reports.

George Seffers writes that the Navy wants to upgrade the Pulse Code Modulation Encoder inside the missile’s mid-body range safety subsystem kit.

PCM encoders are embedded on the kit’s flight test configured missiles and intend to provide the Navy a data stream that feeds the ground monitoring station.

That data stream includes missile guidance and avionics telemetry data, according to Signal.

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