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1969 As a result of the major reorganisation of [[AEI]] and [[English Electric Co|English Electric]] after they were acquired by [[GEC]]. In electronics, [[GEC-Marconi Electronics]] was created; Marconi Communications Systems was one of its 4 subsidiaries.
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1969 As a result of the major reorganisation of [[AEI]] and [[English Electric Co|English Electric]] after they were acquired by [[GEC]]. In electronics, [[GEC-Marconi Electronics]] was created; Marconi Communications Systems was one of its 4 subsidiaries. It included the broadcast, radio, line, space and mercantile communication activities of [[Marconi Co]] as well as its specialised components work, the communications division of [[GEC-AEI (Electronics)]] and [[Eddystone Radio]]<ref>The Times,  Aug. 8, 1969</ref>
  
  

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1998. Marconi Communications.

1969 As a result of the major reorganisation of AEI and English Electric after they were acquired by GEC. In electronics, GEC-Marconi Electronics was created; Marconi Communications Systems was one of its 4 subsidiaries. It included the broadcast, radio, line, space and mercantile communication activities of Marconi Co as well as its specialised components work, the communications division of GEC-AEI (Electronics) and Eddystone Radio[1]


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  1. The Times, Aug. 8, 1969