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APPLIED MICROSYSTEMS FILES SUIT AGAINST CHECKMATE SYSTEMS

 REDMOND, Wash., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Applied Microsystems Corp. (AMC) announced today that it has filed suit in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington against Eclectek Inc., d/b/a Checkmate Systems.
 Applied claims that Checkmate is infringing a recently issued U.S. patent through the sale of its various microprocessor emulation and debugging tools and equipment. The suit seeks injunctive relief and monetary compensation.
 In July 1992 Applied filed a separate action against Checkmate and its founder in the Superior Court for the State of Washington seeking damages for misappropriation of trade secrets. In that action, the company contends that the founder of and a key consultant to Checkmate, who were previously affiliated with Applied, breached certain confidentiality agreements and misappropriated trade secrets.
 With a wide choice of design and debug options, AMC is the leading provider of cost-effective embedded systems development tools. Founded in 1979, Applied Microsystems is headquartered at 5020 148th Avenue N.E., Redmond, Wash. Applied also maintains subsidiary companies in Tokyo; London; and Frankfurt, Germany.
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 /CONTACT: Teri Wiegman of Applied Microsystems, 206-882-2000/


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