Advanced Power Technologies
Aerospace Daily said APTI's "core competencies include radio frequency and optical engineering, communications, networking and signal and data exploitation. It also works on microwave engineering, antenna design and development, optical sensors, plasma and shock physics, advanced ordnance systems, non-destructive testing, signal and image processing and digital control systems."
In 1995 E-Systems was itself acquired by Raytheon. In January 1998 APTI was de-merged in a management buy-out to become a private company.
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