Military SDR Technologies demonstrates wireless base station with VOIP ability

December 18, 2003

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IRVINE, Calif. -- Military Communications Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:MLTA) today announced that its partially-owned Australian affiliate, Military SDR Technologies Pty Ltd, has successfully demonstrated Voice over Internet Protocol. (VOIP) termination at a mobile wireless base-station. Military SDR's engineers terminated a CDMA call utilizing a VOIP core network over the Company's proprietary SpectruCell(r) multiple protocol software defined radio ("SDR").

"This is an important step forward in the commercialization of the SpectruCell technology. Many network operators worldwide are migrating their conventional fixed core networks to an IP architecture for cost saving reasons. This is the first wireless base-station with Voice-Over-IP ability, eliminating the need for conventional network infrastructure such as fiber optic, wire, and cable, between base stations. A Voice-Over-IP SpectruCell base station can seamlessly sit on any existing Internet network," commented Mr. Kevin Graham, CEO and Director of International Business Development for Military SDR Technologies.

Mr. Roger May, Chairman of Military Communications Technologies added, "This significant technology milestone reached by our Australian affiliate further enhances our SpectruCell product and makes it all the more attractive to the North American-based defense and commercial telcos we have been in discussions with. We believe that SpectruCell's VOIP functionality is a key selling point in an industry that is increasingly turning to VOIP to meet its infrastructure upgrade needs."

Military Communications Technologies Inc.

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