Air Force asks Raytheon to provide trusted computing to GPS with secure ASIC components

ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – Navigation and guidance experts at the Raytheon Co. will add trusted computing capability to high-precision secure U.S. Air Force airborne Global Positioning System (GPS) guidance under terms of an $11.4 million order announced Tuesday.

Officials of the Air Force Lifecycle Management Center at Robins Air Force base, Ga., are asking the Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems segment in El Segundo, Calif., to implement trusted application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) technology in the Air Force Miniature Airborne Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver 2000 (MAGR-2000).

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