The terms of the cash transaction Tuesday were not disclosed.
Radant Technologies Inc. (RTI) will now operate as an independent division of Communications & Power industries (CPI), a provider of microwave, radio frequency, power and control solutions, and which is a subsidiary of CPI International Holding Corp. and CPI International Inc.
"Through several of our divisions, CPI offers microwave power sources, high-power amplifiers and advanced antennas to support a broad array of radar, electronic warfare and communications applications," said Joe Caldarelli, chief executive officer of CPI. "With the addition of RTI's industry-leading products, including its advanced composite radomes, CPI can now offer an even broader portfolio of RF products to customers who are already working with CPI to support their defense and communications systems."
A radome is a weatherproof structure that houses a microwave antenna without interfering with the transmission or receipt of electromagnetic signals.
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