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JAPANESE CHOOSE MOTOROLA TO PARTICIPATE IN CORDLESS BASE STATION DEVELOPMENT

 JAPANESE CHOOSE MOTOROLA TO PARTICIPATE IN
 CORDLESS BASE STATION DEVELOPMENT
 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill., Dec. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Once again, Motorola has been recognized for its world class dedication to the Japanese telecommunications market. The company's long established commitment to participatory activity in the Far East continues with today's announcement. The Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) of Japan has selected Motorola's Cellular Infrastructure Group as the only foreign partner supplier for the joint development of outdoor base station equipment for the company's Personal Handy Phone.
 "Motorola is pleased to have been chosen by the Japanese as a partner in this exciting new venture," said Jack Scanlon, vice president and general manager of Motorola's Cellular Infrastructure Group. "Motorola continues to be an active participant in Japan's telecommunications marketplace and today's announcement only supports our dedication to working successfully with one another.
 "With the future of worldwide telecommunications emphasizing the importance of personal communications systems, Motorola is committed to contributing its years of continued excellence toward the development of NTT's cordless base station equipment," said Scanlon.
 "This award is a natural extension of the ongoing joint development project between NTT and Motorola in the 800 MHz Japan TDMA digital cellular system where Motorola is participating in the key base station technology," said Pertti Johansson, vice president of Motorola, Inc., and director of the International Cellular Infrastructure Division.
 "The Personal Handy Phone system operates in the higher 1.9 GHz frequency band and requires sophisticated new technolgies," said Johansson. NTT plans to start the prototype test of the system in March 1992.
 Motorola is the world's leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of cellular systems, infrastructure equipment and subscriber products. The company is also one of the leading providers of electronic equipment, systems, components and services for worldwide markets.
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 /CONTACT: Susan Schmitz of Motorola, 708-632-6024, or fax, 708-632-4123/
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