Press release

Microlab Expands its Innovative Modular Point-of-Interface Product Line with New IP67 Rated MCC Series™ for Outdoor Small Cell and D-RAN Deployments

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Microlab, a Wireless Telecom Group Company (NYSE American:WTT),
introduces the MCC200
Series Modular Carrier Conditioner
, an IP67 rated modular point of
interface (POI) solution for outdoor small cell and D-RAN deployments.
To provide flexibility to any mobile network operator (MNO) or neutral
host deployment, the MCC200 Series offers an outdoor rated modular
system that can accommodate any LTE communication band up to 6 GHz. This
new platform expands the set of modular POI offerings introduced by
Microlab in 2018, providing the same type of innovative flexibility for
outdoor deployments which require upgrade and reconfiguration as
capacity and bandwidth requirements evolve over time.

“Based on the positive feedback we received for our MCC100 Series
modular POI solution, we have now expanded it to support outdoor
deployments as well,” said Luke Getto, Director of Product Management.
“MNOs continue to dynamically allocate new spectrum or re-farm the
current spectrum to build out ultra-dense 4G and 5G deployments. These
cellular deployments are getting denser in both indoor and outdoor
environments. The modular POI enables lower cost of ownership by
providing flexibility to add new bands and MNOs in future outdoor D-RAN
and small cell deployments. We developed the MCC Series for a less
complex upgrade path and an improved ROI for our customers.”

The MCC200
consists of multiple IP67 rated slide-in cards for multi-port
filters and hybrid couplers which gives flexibility to the D-RAN/Small
Cell owners and installers to conveniently add new MNO’s or bands. The
filters support common licensed wireless cellular bands used in network
densification. Each multi-port filter card is capable of handling up to
40W per input and is passively cooled. MCC200 Series hybrid couplers are
available in standard bandwidths from 600 to 2700 MHz. Extended
bandwidth cards are also available to cover up to 3800 MHz for CBRS and
Band 43, and ultra-wide bandwidth products cover up to 6 GHz for
LTE-LAA. Since deployment requirements and environmental conditions
vary, the MCC Series is now offered in both indoor (MCC100) and outdoor
(MCC200) versions.

Microlab will be exhibiting the MCC200 at the Connectivity
(ConnectX) event from May 20th to May 23rd
in Orlando, FL and will be available to speak in further detail about
the new product offerings. Microlab product specialists will also be
available at In-Building
Wireless Congress
in Las Vegas, NV June 10th to 12th
and Realcomm
in Nashville, TN June 13th to 14th.

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About Wireless Telecom Group

Wireless Telecom Group, Inc., comprised of Boonton
, CommAgility,
and Noisecom,
is a global designer and manufacturer of advanced RF and microwave
components, modules, systems and instruments. Serving the wireless,
telecommunication, satellite, military, aerospace, semiconductor and
medical industries, Wireless Telecom Group products enable innovation
across a wide range of traditional and emerging wireless technologies.
With a unique set of high-performance products including peak power
meters, signal analyzers, signal processing modules, LTE PHY and stack
software, power splitters and combiners, GPS repeaters, public safety
monitors, noise sources, and programmable noise generators, Wireless
Telecom Group supports the development, testing, and deployment of
wireless technologies around the globe.

Wireless Telecom Group, Inc.’s website address is
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