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API Technologies to Showcase its Entire Line of Microwave Products & Capabilities at IMS2012

Includes Spectrum Microwave, CMT, National Hybrid, C-MAC Aerospace, and Cobham MAL Product Brands

ORLANDO, FL  — June 8, 2012 — API Technologies Corp. (NASDAQ:ATNY) (“API” or the “Company”), a leading provider of RF/microwave, microelectronics, and security solutions for critical and high-reliability applications, announced today that it will, for the first time ever, showcase its complete family of microwave, RF, and millimeter wave products at Booth #1306 during the IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS2012). IMS2012 takes place June 19-21 at the Palais des Congrès in Montreal.

API’s family of products include RF components, microwave filters, microelectronics, amplifiers and amplifier subsystems, and frequency sources from brands including Spectrum Microwave, CMT, National Hybrid, C-MAC Aerospace, and Cobham MAL.

Space Grade Microelectronics

API offers UK assembled, space grade, radiation hardened monolithic devices and hybrid microcircuit modules for the world wide space markets. Our manufacturing lines are certified to either MIL-PRF-38534 Class K or ESA requirements.

Nuclear Event Detector (NED)

API introduces a low power Nuclear Event Detector (NED) equipped with the latest materials and technology to mitigate the effect of an electromagnetic pulse which otherwise would damage sensitive electronics.

Drop-In Limiter Modules

API offers high reliability S-band ‘Drop-in’ limiter modules and Sampling Phase Detector featuring weight and space saving designs.

Receiver Protectors

API offers a variety of solid state high power receiver protectors in coaxial and waveguide design for Military applications.

Navigational Equipment CNI (Communication, Navigation & Identification)

API manufactures equipment that provides a highly effective means of locating, identifying, and providing navigational assistance for a variety of aircraft outside normal radar coverage and range by means of secondary radar.

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