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About Interstate Electronics Corporation

There's communications, then there's communications . Interstate Electronics Corporation (IEC) helps defense companies accurately get their point across. A subsidiary of L-3 Communications, IEC makes ruggedized test instruments and missile tracking systems for ballistic missile programs such as the US Navy's Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) system. Other products include ruggedized displays for industrial and military use and GPS receivers. The company has been involved in the defense system of the U.S. Navy's Fleet Ballistic Missile Program for more than 50 years.


IEC operates as a part of the Electronic Systems segment of the parent company.

Geographic Reach

The company maintains field service and marketing sites worldwide. L-3 Communications generates roughly 80% of its revenue from the US.

Sales and Marketing

The company relies heavily on government contracts. About 75% of L-3 Communications' revenue came from the US Government during fiscal 2013.

Financial Performance

The Electronic Systems segment contributed about 45% of L-3 Communications' total revenue in 2013. This segment's overall sales decreased by 3% in 2013 due to less demand from its microwave products due to reduced deliveries of power devices for commercial satellite communication systems and mobile and ground-based satellite communication systems for the US military as programs ended.

Interstate Electronics Corporation

602 E Vermont Ave
Anaheim, CA 92805-5607
Phone: 1 (714) 758-0500

Firm Stats

Employer Type: Privately Owned
Employees (This Location): 275
Employees (All Locations): 1,102

Major Office Locations

Anaheim, CA

Other Locations

Anaheim, CA
San Diego, CA
Cape Canaveral, FL
Saint Marys, GA
Silverdale, WA