Spectrum Signal Processing’s aXs.740 Packet-Voice Subsystem for Next-Generation Wireless Infrastructure Awarded 2002 “Product of the Year” by INTERNET TELEPHONY

1/23/2003 - Spectrum Signal Processing Inc. (NASDAQ: SSPI / TSX: SSY), a leading provider of high performance wireless signal processing and packet-voice solutions, announced that Technology Marketing Corporation’s (TMCTM) INTERNET TELEPHONY® magazine has named the aXs.740 packet-voice subsystem for next-generation mobile wireless infrastructure as a Product of the Year winner for 2002. INTERNET TELEPHONYis the premier publication in the rapidly growing IP telephony industry.

INTERNET TELEPHONY’s Product of the Year Award has been awarded to the aXs.740 for its technological excellence and vision. The aXs.740 subsystem is a standards-based modular solution that provides the highest call densities and most comprehensive set of voice and media services for wireless telephony infrastructure. The aXs.740 subsystem is ideal for high-capacity transcoding in all-IP wireless architectures supported by 3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project) standards developments, and is compatible with 3G network architectures including UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications Service). The aXs.740 subsystem, along with the entire family of aXs.600 and aXs.700 modules, supports the Open-aXs software environment to rapidly and efficiently integrate next-generation voice services into carrier-class infrastructure equipment.

“Spectrum’s aXs.740 subsystem is a clear leader in the packet-voice processing sector of the IP telephony industry. We’re proud to reward their hard work and innovation with a Product of the Year Award for 2002,” said Rich Tehrani, president of TMC and group editor-in-chief of INTERNET TELEPHONY.

“Spectrum’s aXs.740 product delivers exceptional new capabilities to the wireless packet-voice market. Spectrum deserves to be honored with the Product of the Year award due to their proven commitment to producing quality products for the market,” said Greg Galitzine, editorial director of INTERNET TELEPHONY.

“The INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of the Year Award is outstanding recognition of our development efforts in packet-voice processing for wireless infrastructure applications,” stated Andy Talbot, Vice President of Spectrum’s Network Solutions Group. “It is further evidence of our success in delivering a product that can easily be integrated into our customers’ systems to provide reliable, leading-density transcoding and enhanced voice services.”

The INTERNET TELEPHONY Product of Year Awards are published in the January 2003 edition of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine (http://www.tmcnet.com/it/0103/0103poty.htm).

Each aXs.740 Packet-Voice Subsystem Features:

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About Spectrum Signal Processing Inc.
Spectrum Signal Processing designs, develops and markets high performance wireless signal processing and packet-voice processing subsystems for use in communications infrastructure equipment. Spectrum’s optimized hardware, software and chip technology work together to collect, compress and convert voice and data signals. Leveraging its 16 years of design expertise, Spectrum provides its customers with faster time to market and lower costs by delivering highly flexible, reliable and high-density solutions. Spectrum subsystems are targeted for use in government communications systems, satellite hubs and cellular base stations, media gateways and next-generation voice and data switches. More information on Spectrum and its aXsTM and flexComm product lines is available at www.spectrumsignal.com

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