SOURCE: Admiralty Holding Company

December 18, 2007 10:47 ET

Admiralty Holding Company Receives Fourth Technology Patent

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - December 18, 2007) - Admiralty Holding Company (PINKSHEETS: ADMH) (Admiralty) announced today that it has received a fourth technology patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This patent covers additional techniques to increase the sensitivity of the ATLIS system by: phase shifting time segments of the transmitted signal; utilizing a synchronized clock to generate the system signals; using pulse width modulation to generate and shape the transmitted signal; and utilizing multiple resonant filters to increase the efficiency of the ATLIS system. Admiralty has pending an application for a fifth patent which will complete its initial patent filings which together cover all essential aspects of its proprietary ATLIS technology.

In making this announcement, Herbert Leeming, CEO of Admiralty, commented: "We are excited about receipt of this fourth patent and believe our fifth patent will be issued soon. However, with these four patents already issued, we believe we have full intellectual property protection for our ATLIS technology platform now in place. Furthermore, we are fully confident that our patents have significant commercial applications and values going well beyond our core business, a matter we will detail publicly down the road. We will also discuss the actual technological coverage aspects of the other three patents in a future press release."

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