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G. and E. Bradley

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Electronic research engineers and manufacturers, of Neasden Lane, London

1932 G. and E. Bradley Limited incorporated

1959 A small company involved in electronic research and development; acquired by Joseph Lucas (Industries)[1]

By 1960 was a subsidiary of Joseph Lucas (Industries)[2]

1960 Formation of L. C. E. Ltd, a joint venture with Collins Radio Co of America to produce ground equipment for the VOR radio beacon system. A factory would be built in North west London.

1961 Commenced work on lasers; production began the following year.[3]

1983 Renamed Bradley Electronics Limited

1985 Formation of Lucas Bradley Electronics Limited of Solihull

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Dec 15, 1959
  2. The Times Jun 17, 1960
  3. Automobile Engineer: 1965/11