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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 with 4 subsidiaries, one of which was [[Marconi Radar Systems]] <ref>The Times, 8 August 1969</ref>.   
 
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 with 4 subsidiaries, one of which was [[Marconi Radar Systems]] <ref>The Times, 8 August 1969</ref>.   
  
'''Marconi Radar Systems''' Ltd was formed from [[GEC-AEI (Electronics)]] (Blackbird Road and New Parks, Leicester), [[Marconi Co|Marconi's Radar Division (Chelmsford)]] and [[Elliott Automation|Elliott's]] Aerospace Control Division.  
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'''Marconi Radar Systems''' Ltd was formed from [[GEC-AEI (Electronics)]] (Blackbird Road and New Parks, Leicester), [[Marconi Co|Marconi's Radar Division (Chelmsford)]] and [[Elliott Automation Radar Systems|Elliott's Aerospace Control Division]].  
  
 
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Revision as of 09:55, 22 February 2020

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 with 4 subsidiaries, one of which was Marconi Radar Systems [1].

Marconi Radar Systems Ltd was formed from GEC-AEI (Electronics) (Blackbird Road and New Parks, Leicester), Marconi's Radar Division (Chelmsford) and Elliott's Aerospace Control Division.

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  1. The Times, 8 August 1969