When the two companies agreed to merge on May 31, 1946, it was decided that Sub-Sig would specialize in sonar devices and that Raytheon would continue to develop new radar systems. Raytheon became a partner in Selenia, a joint venture with the Italian firms Finmeccanica and Fiat, which was established to develop new radar technologies.

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[49] Although UTC will be the nominal survivor, the merged company will be headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, where Raytheon is based, rather than UTC's former base in Farmington, Connecticut.

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The inscription in a title case was executed in an ExtraBold sans-serif typeface, which is very similar to Proceed Ultra Black font, but with the letter “T” slightly modified. Sub-Sig, as the company was known, was founded in Boston in 1901 as a manufacturer of maritime safety equipment, including a depth sounder called the fathometer. In large part as a result of the war, Raytheon emerged as a profitable and influential, but still financially vulnerable, electronics company. [33], In 1974, Harry Gray left Litton Industries to become the CEO of United Aircraft.

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Profits resulting from new products were immediately put back into research and development to improve products, particularly in industrial electronics and microwave communications. Raytheon acquired Packard-Bell's computer operations and a number of small electronics firms. The company was forced to switch to the production of radio-receiving tubes, a field in which more than 100 companies were engaged in fierce competition. Raytheon ranked 71st among United States corporations in the value of World War II military production contracts. Marshall and Smith never developed their refrigeration technologies for the market, but instead shifted their attention to vacuum tubes and other electronic devices.

Azevedo has more than 30 years of executive leadership experience in aerospace and defense. [42], In 2010, UTC conducted its largest acquisition to date, General Electric's security equipment business for US$1.8 billion, a move to support UTC's Fire & Security unit.[43].

By the end of the war, Raytheon magnetrons accounted for about 80 percent of the one million magnetrons produced during the war.