L-3 Communications Aquires Ross Engineering

Thursday, August 15, 2002
L-3 Communications has acquired substantially all of the assets of Ross Engineering and will integrate the Ross product lines into the L-3 Communications’ Aviation Recorders Division. With operations headquartered in Sarasota, Florida, L-3 Communications Aviation Recorders will be leveraging Ross Engineering's experience in marine communications, and couple it with L-3's financial, engineering, manufacturing, and marketing resources. This will allow L-3 to become a major supplier of Universal Automatic Identification Systems (UAIS) and Digital Selective Calling (DSC) VHF radios to the maritime industry. This acquisition will also enable L-3 to extend its product portfolio into other new product areas within the maritime industry.

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