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LXE RECEIVES APPROVAL FOR SPREAD SPECTRUM; NEW RADIO MEETS FCC'S MOST CURRENT REGULATION

 LXE RECEIVES APPROVAL FOR SPREAD SPECTRUM;
 NEW RADIO MEETS FCC'S MOST CURRENT REGULATION
 ATLANTA, Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- LXE Inc. (NASDAQ: LXEI), a leading supplier of radio frequency data terminals and networks, has received approval from the FCC for its new spread spectrum radio.
 The radio is fully compliant with the FCC's most current Part 15 regulations for RF spread spectrum transmission. LXE is the first RF terminal manufacturer to win the FCC's unrestricted approval under the new regulations. According to LXE, the new radio uses a new frequency management technique which is specifically designed to meet the needs of industrial users. Most spread spectrum systems currently installed or announced use radios that were approved under past FCC regulations. Such systems will require modification and reapproval for expansion as of 1994.
 The company's existing RF architectures use both crystal and frequency-synthesized narrowband radios, and the recently introduced single channel ExCell architecture. With the spread spectrum system approved under current FCC regulations, LXE believes it will have the broadest line of RF architectures in the industry.
 Industrial facilities vary greatly in size and complexity. LXE has designed its RF architectures to meet specific network requirements and cover a wide variety of environments. Designing peak performance into the RF system must optimize key communications factors including RF coverage, network traffic and data rates. The new architecture choices together with interchangeable radio modules gives LXE the capability to match varied requirements with the appropriate RF solution (spread spectrum or narrowband), said a company spokesman.
 LXE specializes in warehousing and distribution operations where high-density packed racking areas can reach 3 million square feet or more. The company's radio expertise and focus in this category led to the development of its own spread spectrum radio. The new design allows LXE to offer products with better coverage and interference rejection. By designing and manufacturing its own spread spectrum modules LXE also provides the greatest flexibility and regulatory protection to its industrial RF users.
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