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Gould - Litton - Northrop Grumman  Profile

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Gould - Litton - Northrop Grumman  Company Overview

Gould Inc.'s Microwave Products Division was sold to Litton Industries in 1987 and became a part of Litton's Electron Devices division, based on San Jose, California. Litton Industries' Electron Devices Division (EDD) is now a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman Corporation.

Gould - Litton - Northrop Grumman  Products

The types of products manufactured by Gould - Litton - Northrop Grumman include Gallium Arsenide Semiconductor products, and Microwave Amplifiers and Subsystems, primarily for military applications.

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