AirNet Touts Tecore Orders

AirNet Communications has received $3M in purchase orders from Tecore Wireless Systems for three deployments in the Middle East and Africa

April 30, 2004

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MELBOURNE, Fla. -- AirNet Communications Corporation (Nasdaq:ANCC), the technology leader in software defined base station products for wireless communications, today announced that it has received approximately $3M in purchase orders from TECORE Wireless Systems for three new international deployments in the Middle East and Africa. These orders include the purchase of AirNet's AdaptaCell(R) BTS 4000 together with the "Triple Capacity" AirSite(R) Backhaul Free(TM) base station, and related common equipment. A portion of these orders have shipped in the first quarter and the remainder is scheduled to ship in the second quarter of this year.

The AdaptaCell BTS 4000 product line is AirNet's latest broadband, software defined base station and it represents the state of the art in GSM 2.5G communications. These orders mark the first shipment of this product line into offshore markets. In addition to being more compact and reliable, the BTS 4000 has the capability of easily upgrading to adaptive array and high-speed data applications.

"TECORE's full range of GSM network solutions have been well received by our customers in the Middle East and Africa markets," said Jay Salkini, Chairman and CEO of TECORE. "We continue to grow our presence throughout the region by offering cost-effective solutions for a variety of GSM applications capable of providing service in a wide range of environmental operating conditions. TECORE's stated goal is to bring affordable and reliable wireless communications to everyone in these emerging markets."

"TECORE has done a tremendous job of developing new markets in the Middle East and Africa," said Glenn Ehley, President & CEO of AirNet Communications. "Our AdaptaCell 4000 product line offers our customers all the advantages of our broadband, software-defined radio technology at reduced price points with improved functionality."

AirNet Communications Corp.

Tecore Wireless Systems Inc.

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