I believe that ULBI makes RF amplifier and battery packs for the Harris radios. Some percentage of the Harris orders should result in purchases of these kits for improved range and battery life.
That is a false choice; you own either, both or neither. I personally own both.
Picking winning companies is typically hard but picking winning industries is easier.
I personally doubt that HP will enter the market now that it has "cratered". Sure there is still growth and some profit but the profitability needed after investing billions in market entry would be hard to get back. HP would be smarter just buying one or more of the bigger 3D printer companies on the market today and using their marketing and logo to make a go of it. In general, most large companies can no longer innovate due to a self fulfilling prophecy that they can only grow buy acquisition (and after starving internal development for years).
past behavior is not a guarantee of future results.
Also be aware that this fact should in theory already be priced into the stock.
That is a bit harsh; they are just trying to make a buck like everyone else even if unethically (like most others).
That said they have been dead wrong on the 3d printing industry as they typically are; for self interested reasons...
Actually, it isn't that today. It may be used for prototypes and concepts and perhaps making injection molds.
It will be quite some time before you can crank out products, but it may come eventually. I suppose you would
rather have your junk made in China than by a robot? Were it not for technology and productivity, the world population would likely be much lower due to starvation and war...
Some risk exists relating to the Chesapeake liability. If that goes away, it should be smoother sailing. I don't know how much insurance/hedging WMB is taking regarding this counter-party, but it certainly clouds the water. I'm more inclined to buy than sell, but on the fence.