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Powerwave Goes Higher

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LAS VEGAS -- Powerwave Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:PWAV), a global source for end-to-end wireless infrastructure solutions, introduced its new high null fill antenna, expanding its growing line-up on antenna solutions, today at CTIA Wireless 2008, the industry’s premier wireless conference and exhibition.

Designed for use in suburban and rural areas and with high tower deployments of 20 meters (60 feet) or greater, Powerwave’s high null fill supports frequency bands of 1710MHz to 2170MHz. Leveraging Powerwave’s patented aperture coupled patch technology and a robust design approach that supports optimal pattern performance including null fill and upper side lobe suppression, the high null fill antenna provides coverage at angles below the main vertical beam for locations where levels of multi-path are low, such as in rural areas. This ensures consistent performance over the entire band, and the elimination of dead zones.

“Powerwave continues to lead the industry in the development of coverage and capacity solutions that enable network operators and OEMs around the globe to solve a wide range of real-world challenges,” said Bill Vassilakis, senior vice president, Global Research and Product Development, Powerwave Technologies. “By extending our antenna product line to include a high null fill antenna, we are able to help our customers improve the consistency of network performance and eliminate ‘dead zones.’”

Powerwave Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: PWAV)

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