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Centurion Unveils Antenna

Multi-Band Microsphere designed to enhance mobile phone connectivity inside buildings in all major mobile communications frequencies

July 2, 2002

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LINCOLN, Neb. -- Centurion Wireless Technologies, Inc., the leading manufacturer of antennas and power products for wireless communications, today announced the availability of the Multi-Band MicrosphereT. The Multi-Band Microsphere is designed to enhance mobile phone connectivity inside buildings. It is the first antenna to provide simultaneous, omnidirectional coverage in all major global mobile communications frequency bands including AMPS, GSM, DCS, PCS and UMTS. "As carriers begin to deploy 3G coupled with existing wireless services, there is a growing need to support all wireless communications standards via a single antenna," said Monty Rohde, VP of Engineering for Centurion. "The Multi-Band Microsphere is available today to support all the major traditional frequencies as well as those beginning to be put into use." The Multi-Band Microsphere offers the broadest range of indoor coverage for five frequency bands covering Cellular at 806-894 MHz, GSM at 880-960 MHz, PCS at 1850-1990 MHz, DCS at 1710-1880 MHz and UMTS at 1990-2170 MHz erasing the need for multiple in-building antenna installations. The antenna offers peak gains of 2.7 to 4.5 dBi. The antenna can be mounted directly on any ceiling and its extremely small form factor ensures that once installed it is practically invisible. Centurion Wireless Technologies Inc.

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