Powerwave Technologies introduces its Mini Repeater and Clean Site antenna systems

February 16, 2005

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Extending the distance over which data can travel, and preserving signal integrity by regenerating wireless signals, the Powerwave Mini Repeater for WCDMA 2100 MHz features a robust RF design capable of coexisting/co-locating with both GSM 900 and GSM 1800 systems. The Mini Repeater's discrete, small design and low total cost of ownership, makes it ideal for small indoor coverage applications.

The Mini Repeater features low power output, an external power supply, and adjustable bandwidth ranging from 5 to 15 MHz. Additionally, a remote control unit exists as an option, which enables operators to manage and control the system via various software packages, including Powerwave's NetWay Manager(TM), which provides operators with a common network management platform for the entire Powerwave product line.

"The discrete and compact design of the Powerwave Mini Repeater provides increased levels of flexibility, enabling network operators to design customized solutions that specifically meet the needs of each building or facility," said Ronald J. Buschur, president and chief executive officer, Powerwave Technologies. "In addition, by combating low signal levels in dense indoor environments, the Mini Repeater offers a cost-effective solution for improving network performance."

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CANNES, France -- Powerwave Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:PWAV), a leading supplier of end-to-end wireless infrastructure solutions, will display its Clean Site(TM) antenna systems today at 3GSM World Congress, the mobile industry's premier event, taking place in Cannes, France, Feb. 14-17.

Maximizing the use of tower space by integrating a full range of broad- and multi-band antennas with high-performance TMAs, diplexers and triplexers under a single radome, Powerwave's Clean Site antennas meet the design and installation specifications for co-siting of networks and systems, while effectively dealing with zoning ordinances that limit the appearance and location of new installations. Clean Site antennas also lower total costs of ownership; lessen the visual impact; shorten time to market; and improve network performance by reducing the required number of feeders, antennas, and base station equipment components when compared to traditional antenna systems.

The Powerwave Clean Site antenna system is very versatile; customers can freely combine large numbers of components to yield up to 16,000 different configurations to meet the requirements of a wide variety of both single- and multi-sector environments.

"Powerwave antennas have a proven track record of performing at the highest standards, even in the most demanding environments," said Ronald J. Buschur, president and chief executive officer, Powerwave Technologies. "Our commitment to excellence in research, manufacturing and quality testing enables us to meet the emerging requirements of network operators, minimizing the visual impact of the complete antenna systems and significantly reducing operational costs through our advanced single, dual and triple band Clean Site antenna solutions."

Powerwave Technologies Inc.

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