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WiSpry Obtains Key Patent for MEMS Variable Capacitors and Actuation Components

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Irvine, CA -- WiSpry, Inc., the leader in tunable radio frequency (RF) semiconductor products for the wireless industry, today announced that the Company's patent application for Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) Variable Capacitors and Actuation Components, and Related Methods has been granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (Patent number 7,545,622).

This fundamental patent enables innovative mobile handset designers and manufacturers to design and optimize handset performance dynamically for the very first time. The result for the consumer is less dropped calls, increased talk time and better battery life.

"WiSpry has devoted significant resources to protecting its intellectual property throughout the history of the Company," said Jeff Hilbert, president and COO of WiSpry. "As we move into high volume production, it is imperative we continue to obtain protection for the key technology that enables our breakthrough product roadmap."

About WiSpry

Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., WiSpry is a fabless RF semiconductor company that designs and manufactures RF CMOS integrated circuits and components for leading manufacturers of mobile phones, laptops and wireless data communications products. Utilizing the Company's core competency in RF micro-electro-mechanical systems (RF-MEMS) technology, WiSpry creates revolutionary wireless 'System on Chip' MEMS-based RF architectures, and has recently begun shipping products to a Tier 1 mobile handset manufacturer. WiSpry tunable RF-MEMS devices enable the development of reconfigurable RF front-ends, allowing system designers to achieve the architectural innovation required to meet the growing challenges of mobile communications networks. For more information, visit

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