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Powerwave Intros Nano Repeater

Powerwave Technologies introduces its Nano Repeater

March 16, 2005

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NEW ORLEANS -- Powerwave Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:PWAV), a leading global supplier of end-to-end wireless infrastructure solutions, introduced the latest addition to its product line of repeaters, the Nano Repeater, today at CTIA Wireless 2005, the industry's premier wireless conference and exposition, taking place March 14-16.

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

The Nano Repeater features low power output, an external power supply, fixed bandwidths, 5, 10 or 15 MHz models and an inbuilt service antenna.

"The discrete and compact design of the Powerwave Nano 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 Nano Repeater offers a cost-effective solution for improving network performance."

The Nano Repeater is compliant with Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) emission requirements.

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