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TechnoConcepts' Chief Scientific Officer Invited to Join Scientific Committee for World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society.

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- Position Entails Presentation of a Paper on TechnoConcepts' TSR Technology at Upcoming Conference in Greece

TechnoConcepts, Inc. (OTCBB: TCPS) today announced that its Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Oleg Panfilov, has been invited to join the Scientific Committee of the prestigious international World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS) conference on communication. This conference is scheduled to take place July 12-15 in Greece.

Dr. Panfilov's participation will include the presentation of a paper, titled "True Software Radio - Future of Communications as We Know It" that will describe TechnoConcepts' proprietary True Software Radio Technology, an enabling technology (facilitates new services and capabilities) that when fully implemented in next generation products could revolutionize the communications industry as we know it.

Dr. Panfilov's discussion will address the communications industry's ultimate goal of direct conversion technology making it possible to seamlessly operate in multiterminal/multifrequency highly fragmented communications environments by automatically downloading software corresponding to the specifics of the communicating terminal environment. The paper shows the evolutionary path of solutions from software assisted products which are hybrid in nature and having conventional signal processing in analogue as well as digital form to True Software Radio systems. True Software Radio (TSR) systems provide a new qualitative leap in frequency as well as standards independence and solves the problem of incompatibility in highly fragmented communication environments. Such environments are characterized by using different frequency bands and communication standards/protocols for different services making it currently impossible to provide vital communication services even for the critical state emergency situations.

"This is quite an honor for Dr. Panfilov as well as TechnoConcepts," said Antonio Turgeon, President and CEO of TechnoConcepts, Inc. "It is our understanding that already more than 600 engineers and scientists have registered for this worldwide, prestigious gathering. We look forward to the opportunity to introduce True Software Radio to key researchers and technologists attending the conference from around the world."


The WSEAS is a world, scientific-engineering, academic, non-profit organization that promotes the development of new techniques and technologies as well as their applications in science and engineering through the unified use of new mathematical methods and computational techniques. Also, WSEAS supports, in general, the research and the diffusion of the scientific and engineering knowledge, especially in the areas of mathematics, computer science and electrical engineering as well as their interaction to other sciences (physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, engineering, earth sciences, space sciences, etc.) Also, in accordance with its articles, WSEAS signs research projects, grants, scholarships and prizes, organizes international conferences, seminars, publishes journals and books and carries out autonomous scientific/engineering research or collaborates with universities and state or private research centers and institutions. WSEAS was founded in 1996.

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About TechnoConcepts, Inc.

TechnoConcepts, Inc. has developed a technology that will enable competing wireless standards to understand each other by incorporating a transmitter/receiver (transceiver) based on a computer chip with TechnoConcepts' revolutionary True Software Radio (TSR) technology to process signals received from the antennae of wireless devices. This technology could revolutionize the communications world as we know it. With this technology, cell phone users will be able to enjoy seamless roaming anywhere in the world - police and fire departments will be able to talk to each other regardless of their radio systems - and military forces from various countries will be able to communicate with each other directly. TSR is a cost-effective technology that will allow for direct device-to-device communication. The company is working with a number of major wireless communications companies for the use of its technology in military, consumer and industrial applications.

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This news release contains forward-looking statements. The company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether because of new information, future events or otherwise. Forward-looking statements are inherently subject to risks and uncertainties, some of which cannot be predicted, or quantified. Future events and actual results could differ materially from those set forth in, contemplated by, or underlying the forward-looking statements. The risks and uncertainties to which forward-looking statements are subject include, but are not limited to, the effect of government regulation, competition, and other material risks described in the company's filings with the SEC.
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