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MICROLOG INTRODUCES NEW EMERGENCY VOICE RESPONSE (EVR) SYSTEM

 GERMANTOWN, Md., Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Microlog Corporation (NASDAQ-NMS: MLOG), today announced the introduction of its Emergency
Voice Response System, the EVR 1000 and 2000. The EVR system is the result of over two years of research and development effort by the company.
 Microlog's EVR system is an automated emergency notification system that contacts and staffs emergency personnel in a matter of minutes, and provides the necessary reporting of the entire process for management purposes. A powerful, feature-rich system, Microlog's EVR system can be easily customized to meet the needs of the most sophisticated emergency preparedness applications.
 The Emergency Voice Response System is based on Microlog's industry standard VCS 3500 voice processing platform. It was specifically designed to meet the needs of emergency management organizations found in utilities, federal, state al?ocal governments as well as commercial organizations. Microlog's new EVR system has already proven its powerful capabilities in nuclear power plants.
 The EVR 1000 has a 4-16 port capacity and offers optional fax integration for remote status reporting, heartbeat monitors for continual hard disk supervision and pager notification allowing access to paging company services. The EVR 2000 has up to a 36 port capacity per Audio Response Processor (multiple processors can be configured connected via local area network). The EVR 2000 is designed for larger user applications and offers optional fax integration, heartbeat monitors, database download and upload via host interface to facilitate the download of an employee database and the upload of employee response data, pager notification, and standby units for system redundancy. The EVR system price ranges from $35,000 to $225,000 plus.
 Microlog Corporation, headquartered in Germantown, designs, manufactures, sells and services voice processing systems. Its products find wide application in government, health care, utility, media/entertainment and other markets and are sold through a direct sales force, by distributors and by value added resellers. A subsidiary, Old Dominion Systems, Inc., of Maryland, provides technical analysis and support services to the U.S. government and prime contractors.
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 /CONTACT: Richard A. Thompson, president and chief operating officer, Microlog Corporation, 301-428-9100/
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