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Established in 1975 to meet the communications electronics requirements of the Turkish Armed Forces, Aselsan began its production at Macunkoy, Ankara facilities in 1980.
Army Communications Electronics Command (CECOM) for the long-term life cycle support of the U.
Army Communications Electronics Command (CECOM) CR2 Rapid Response vehicle.
Army Communications Electronics Command, Software Engineering Center-Meade, the initiator of the contract and the developer and implementer of the Army's Financial Management Information System (FMIS), has provided these organizations the ability to view operational data from their financial, acquisition, logistics, personnel and payroll systems from a browser.
With a revenue run-rate of approximately $2 billion per year, Conexant is the world's largest independent company focused exclusively on providing semiconductor solutions for communications electronics.
By teaming with a recognized world leader in communications electronics and digital television technology, we will be able to extend our digital video and audio software leadership into the broadcast digital entertainment arena.
Army Communications Electronics Command of Fort Monmouth, N.
Home networking products are also a key component of Rockwell's strategic push into a broad range of interrelated personal communications electronics markets.