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CommScope, Inc. (CTV)

3/16/2006 Proxy Information

Frank M. Drendel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, was a director of Nextel Communications, Inc., a leading provider of fully integrated wireless communication services, prior to the consummation of their merger with Sprint Corporation on August 12, 2005, at which time he became a director of Sprint Nextel Corporation, a provider of a comprehensive range of wireless and wireline communications services. From January 1, 2005 through August 12, 2005, Nextel Communications, Inc. and its affiliates purchased products from the Company for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company’s 2005 net sales and from August 12, 2005 through December 31, 2005, Sprint Nextel Corporation and its affiliates purchased products from the Company for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company’s 2005 net sales.

The Company believes that the terms of each of the transactions described above were no less favorable to the Company than the terms which could be obtained from unrelated third parties.

On August 18, 2005, the Compensation Committee approved the provision of relocation benefits to Randall W. Crenshaw, the Company’s Executive Vice President and General Manager, Enterprise, in connection with his relocation from North Carolina to Texas at the request of the Company. The relocation benefits consist of: (a) Mr. Crenshaw’s right to sell his North Carolina home to the Company, for a purchase price of $500,000, and the payment of all closing costs; (b) the payment of a home sale bonus of 2% of the sale price (net of closing costs), if Mr. Crenshaw sells his North Carolina home to a buyer other than the Company; (c) a payment of $25,000 to cover temporary living expenses; (d) the payment of moving expenses for Mr. Crenshaw and his family; and (e) a tax gross-up to the extent that any of the relocation benefits (excluding the home sale bonus, if any) are taxable.

3/15/2005 Proxy Information

Boyd L. George, a director of the Company, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alex Lee, Inc., the parent of Lowe's Food Stores, Inc. In 2003, the Company purchased gift certificates for all of its North Carolina area employees (as an employee benefit) from Lowe's Food Stores, Inc. for an aggregate amount of approximately $60,000.

Frank M. Drendel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, is a director of Nextel Communications, Inc., a leading provider of fully integrated wireless communication services. In 2004, Nextel Communications, Inc. and its affiliates purchased products from the Company for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company's total sales.

Katsuhiko Okubo, who has been elected to the Company's Board of Directors effective April 1, 2005, served as a Corporate Director and a Corporate Senior/Executive Vice President of Furukawa from June 1999 until June 2004, and from June 2004 until March 2005 served as an advisor to Furukawa. In November 2001, the Company and Furukawa formed OFS BrightWave to operate certain fiber optic cable and transmission fiber assets acquired from Lucent Technologies Inc. On June 14, 2004, the Company (through its wholly-owned subsidiary, CommScope Optical Technologies, Inc.) sold its equity ownership interest in OFS BrightWave to Furukawa in exchange for the 7,656,900 shares of the Company's Common Stock owned by Furukawa (the "Exchange Transaction"), which represented approximately 12% of the Company's outstanding Common Stock on that date. As a result of the Exchange Transaction, the Company no longer owns any equity interest in OFS BrightWave and Furukawa no longer owns any shares of Common Stock of the Company. In connection with the Exchange Transaction, CommScope NC and OFS Fitel, LLC ("OFS Fitel"), a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of Furukawa, entered into a four year optical fiber supply agreement. The existing $30,000,000 revolving note due to the Company from OFS BrightWave remained outstanding following the Exchange Transaction and is scheduled to mature in 2006.

In 2004, the Company recognized interest income from OFS BrightWave in the amount of approximately $979,000 on the $30,000,000 revolving note, which was fully drawn as of December 31, 2004. During the period from January 1, 2004 through June 14, 2004, (i) the Company purchased cable products from OFS BrightWave for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company's consolidated operating costs and expenses for such period and (ii) the Company purchased optical fiber products from OFS Fitel for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company's consolidated operating costs and expenses for such period.

3/24/2004 Proxy Information

In June 2003, the Company purchased the former residence of Edward A. Hally, the Company's Executive Vice President and General Manager, Wireless for approximately $1.78 million, the appraised fair market value of such residence, pursuant to the Company's relocation policy. The Company sold the residence in October 2003 for approximately $1.49 million.

Frank M. Drendel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, is a director of Nextel Communications, Inc., a leading provider of fully integrated wireless communication services. In 2003, Nextel Communications, Inc. and its affiliates purchased products from the Company for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company's total sales.

Boyd L. George, a director of the Company, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alex Lee, Inc., the parent of Lowe's Food Stores, Inc. In 2003, the Company purchased gift certificates for all of its North Carolina area employees (as an employee benefit) from Lowe's Food Stores, Inc. for an aggregate amount of approximately $60,000.

In November 2001, the Company and The Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. ("Furukawa") formed OFS BrightWave, LLC ("OFS Brightwave") to operate certain fiber optic cable and transmission fiber assets acquired from Lucent Technologies Inc. As of March 1, 2004, Furukawa beneficially owned 7,656,900 shares of the Company's common stock, representing approximately 12.5% of the Company's outstanding shares of Common Stock. In 2003, the Company recognized interest income from OFS BrightWave in the amount of approximately $907,000 on a $30,000,000 revolving note, which was fully drawn as of December 31, 2003. The Company purchased cable products from OFS BrightWave in 2003 for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company's consolidated operating costs and expenses. In addition, in 2003, the Company purchased optical fiber products from OFS Fitel LLC (a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of Furukawa) for an aggregate amount representing less than 5% of the Company's consolidated operating costs and expenses.

The Company believes that the terms of each of the transactions described above were no less favorable to the Company than the terms which could be obtained from unrelated third parties.

3/24/2003 Proxy Information

In 2002, the Company leased an aircraft and hangar from companies owned by Frank M. Drendel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, for an aggregate amount of approximately $74,000. Mr. Drendel is a director of Nextel Communications, Inc., a leading provider of fully integrated wireless communication services. In 2002, Nextel Communications, Inc. and its affiliates purchased products from the Company for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company's total sales.

Boyd L. George, a director of the Company, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alex Lee, Inc., the parent of Lowe's Food Stores, Inc. In 2002, the Company purchased gift certificates for all of its North Carolina area employees (as an employee benefit) from Lowe's Food Stores, Inc. for an aggregate amount of approximately $63,000.

In November 2001, Lucent Technologies Inc. ("Lucent") acquired 10.2 million shares of the Company's Common Stock, representing approximately 16.5% of the Company's then outstanding Common Stock, excluding the Common Stock acquired by Lucent, in connection with the Company's acquisition of an approximate 18.4% interest in OFS BrightWave, LLC ("OFS BrightWave"). The Company and The Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. ("Furukawa") formed OFS BrightWave to operate certain fiber optic cable and transmission fiber assets acquired from Lucent. In October 2002, the Company and Furukawa purchased 10.2 million shares of the Company's Common Stock from Lucent for approximately $53 million ($5.20 per share). Of the total 10.2 million shares purchased from Lucent, Furukawa purchased 7.7 million shares for approximately $39.8 million and the Company purchased 2.5 million shares for approximately $13.2 million. In conjunction with this stock purchase, the Company also entered into agreements with Furukawa which outline various investment terms, including resale restrictions, registration rights, standstill provisions, as well as call and limited put rights related to the Company's Common Stock held by Furukawa. Additionally, the Company agreed with Furukawa to change from 2004 to 2006 the date when the Company could first exercise its contractual right to sell its investment in OFS BrightWave to Furukawa for a cash payment equal to its original investment in and advances to OFS BrightWave. The Company also agreed that if it does sell such interest back to Furukawa in 2006, Furukawa would at that time have the right to sell its shares of the Company's Common Stock back to the Company for $45.8 million.

In 2002, the Company recognized interest income from OFS BrightWave in the amount of approximately $935,000 on a $30,000,000 revolving note, which was fully drawn as of December 31, 2002. The Company purchased cable products from OFS BrightWave in 2002 for an aggregate amount representing less than 1% of the Company's consolidated operating costs and expenses. In addition, in 2002, the Company purchased optical fiber products from OFS Fitel LLC (a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of Furukawa) for an aggregate amount representing less than 5% of the Company's consolidated operating costs and expenses.