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Xi'an Haitian Captures Market Opportunities & 3G Growth Develops UWB Antennas Covering All Bands

6/3/08 - One of the PRC's leading manufacturers of telecommunications antennas, Xi'an Haitian Antenna Technologies Co., Ltd. has successfully developed ultra-wideband antennas (UWB antennas), and improved and enhanced its 128 multi-probe 3D radiation pattern test system, with these two technologies, the Group developed innovative technology which covers all bands. Together with its production of UWB antennas products, will provide a further significant boost to the Group's future development.

Chairman & Chief Scientist of Xi'an Haitian Antenna Technologies Co., Ltd., Prof. Xiao Liangyong, said, "The PRC government announced its policy regarding the restructuring of the telecommunications industry and its issue of 3G service licenses, three of which it plans to issue after the restructuring. We believe this policy will boost market demand for 3G antennas. Currently the Group is producing large amounts of 3G products including TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, and CDMA2000 antennas, which are being widely used in counties like India."

Xi'an Haitian has grown rapidly over recent years, on the back of ongoing technological innovation. The Group owns exclusive rights for two R&D technologies, including its world-leading 128 multi-probe 3D radiation pattern test system and its low cost broadband-based antenna feeder units, which have obtained a national patent.

Xi'an Haitian currently owns the largest and most advanced 128 multi-probe 3D radiation pattern test system in the world. The system was put through three years of enhancement and upgrade involving a total investment of over RMB 70 million and passed final checks in May 2007. Because no similar products are available globally, this system has acted internationally as an innovative testing system for advanced base stations. The system is also the first to measure and record high density and rapidly repeating antenna three- dimensional patterns in just five minutes, as well as being the first system to accurately reproduce the image model of microwave radiation. The system has successfully passed the high standard and large batch testing requirements of China United Telecommunications Corporation, Datang Mobile Communications Equipment Co., Ltd., the Ministry of Information Industry of the PRC, and the Reliance Company in India.

In May 2007, the Group's low-cost broadband-based antenna feeder units also obtained domestic and international patents from the PRC's State Intellectual Property Office. This technology provides the basis on which wideband feeder units for base stations covering all bands can be manufactured. Antennas with two different sizes can easily cover all telecommunications bands: specifically, one covers the three bands 806-896, 820-896, and 870-960MHz, while another covers the three bands 1710-1880, 1850- 1990, and 1920-2180MH. This meets all of the 3G international standards, including TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, and CDMA2000.

With the two sets of advanced technologies mentioned above, the Group set about developing UWB antennas with exclusive advanced technology. A single UWB antenna set can easily cover all 2G and 3G bands, so it can be used in any 2G and 3G base station construction project. The UWB antenna is also equipped with electro-adjusted functions. This means that no site location needs to be reselected and no tower re-built when the base stations are being constructed; instead, all that is required is for the existing 2G antenna to be exchanged for a UWB antenna. By simply integrating the 2G and 3G antennas into a single unit, the UWB antenna not only increases the product's efficiency, but also significantly lowers costs for telecom operators.

The Group's UWB antenna began production in 2007, and went into use in the same year. Products supplied to a telecom operator in India in 2007 incorporated the UWB antenna, as did the products the Group produced for Nortel and Motorola in India in 2008. Its large-scale production of the product has proven the quality of the Group's UWB antenna.

Chairman Mr. Xiao concluded by saying, "Looking ahead, the Group will develop its products and business scope on a core platform of technology and innovation. We intend to continue developing new technology and new products and to further enlarge our scale of production. The success of our UWB antenna and our 128 multi-probe 3D radiation pattern test system will further consolidate our leading position in the industry. In the next five years, we aim to become the leading China-based manufacturer of antennas, and will continue to deliver the best possible returns to our shareholders."

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Keywords: wideband antennas, antenna technologies, radiation pattern, innovative technology, test system, prc, future development, telecommunications, 3G

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