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www.appsig.com
Sunnyvale, CA
501 to 1000 employees
1984
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Telecommunications
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Boeing, Harris, L-3 Communications
Eavesdropping is no accident at Raytheon Applied Signal Technology. The company makes reconnaissance equipment -- including receivers, processors, and software -- used by the US government and its contractors to collect and process electronic communications and other electronic ... Read more

Raytheon Applied Signal Technology Reviews

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Raytheon Applied Signal Technology CEO Thomas A. Kennedy
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    Current Employee - Senior Software Eng in Mountain View, CA
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    Pros

    Work interesting, but sometime long hour

    Cons

    Management sometimes forgets about advancement of the subordinates.

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Raytheon Applied Signal Technology Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 5 weeks. I interviewed at Raytheon Applied Signal Technology.

    Interview

    Applied online, was contacted by a recruiter a few weeks later to complete some forms online. A few days later, I was asked to set up a phone interview with a manager. Phone interview was fairly straightforward and went over some basic and intermediate concepts of a language I was most familiar with. Was asked to fly out for an onsite interview a few weeks later. The onsite involved two rounds of speaking with a group of their engineers and white-boarding problems. Each meeting was a little over an hour long. There was no set amount of problems, it was more so complete this problem and we'll move onto the next one. If you state you know a topic/concept on your resume, be sure to know it well enough to be asked problems about them. Overall, the interviewers and recruiters were very nice and friendly, and all seemed very smart and excited in the work they do.

    Interview Questions

    • Topics ranged from debugging to bit manipulation to DP to multi-threading programming. Can not go into the specifics.   Answer Question
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Raytheon Applied Signal Technology Awards & Accolades

  • California Green Business, California Green Business Program, 2015
  • Top Entry Level Employers, CollegeGrad, 2009
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