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Symmetricom, Incorporated (SYMM)

9/22/2005 Proxy Information

In March 1998, in connection with his acceptance of employment with the Company and the related relocation of his personal residence, Mr. Steipp borrowed $400,000 from the Company pursuant to a Promissory Note Secured by Deed of Trust bearing interest at the rate of 6% per year (the “Interest Bearing Note”) and $500,000 pursuant to a separate Promissory Note Secured by Deed of Trust that is interest free (the “Interest Free Note”). By their terms both the Interest Bearing Note and the Interest Free Note become fully due and payable upon the earliest to occur of: (i) five days after Mr. Steipp’s voluntary resignation or termination for good cause; (ii) 360 days after Mr. Steipp’s termination by the Company without good cause; (iii) on the date of transfer of Mr. Steipp’s principal residence, under certain circumstances; or (iv) on March 25, 2008. The Interest Free Note is secured by a deed of trust on Mr. Steipp’s principal residence, and the Interest Bearing Note was secured by a second deed of trust on Mr. Steipp’s principal residence. The principal and interest on the Interest Bearing Loan was forgiven at the end of June 2001. The Interest Free Note does not provide for such forgiveness. However, Mr. Steipp’s employment agreement provides that the Company shall forgive any remaining amounts due on the Interest Free Note in the event that Mr. Steipp is terminated for cause or voluntarily resigns for good reason, and within 30 days of such forgiveness of indebtedness shall pay Mr. Steipp in a single lump sum a gross-up amount for payment of taxes (including any interest or penalties imposed with respect to such taxes) imposed upon the forgiveness of indebtedness.

In February 2001, pursuant to the Company’s senior executive loan plan, the Company loaned Mr. Steipp $555,000 and Mr. Steipp delivered to the Company a full-recourse promissory note in the amount of $555,000. This note accrued interest at an annual rate of 7.75%. Interest payments were due annually and the entire principal balance was due and payable on January 31, 2006. The note was secured by the Company common stock pledged by Mr. Steipp. Interest payments in the amount of $36,413 were paid to the Company during fiscal 2005. As of June 30, 2005, the entire principal balance was paid.

9/28/2004 Proxy Information

In March 1998, in connection with his acceptance of employment with the Company and the related relocation of his personal residence, Mr. Steipp borrowed $400,000 from the Company pursuant to a Promissory Note Secured by Deed of Trust bearing interest at the rate of 6% per year (the “Interest Bearing Note”) and $500,000 pursuant to a separate Promissory Note Secured by Deed of Trust that is interest free (the “Interest Free Note”). By their terms both the Interest Bearing Note and the Interest Free Note become fully due and payable upon the earliest to occur of: (i) five days after Mr. Steipp’s voluntary resignation or termination for good cause; (ii) 360 days after Mr. Steipp’s termination by the Company without good cause; (iii) on the date of transfer of Mr. Steipp’s principal residence, under certain circumstances; or (iv) on March 25, 2008. The Interest Free Note is secured by a deed of trust on Mr. Steipp’s principal residence, and the Interest Bearing Note was secured by a second deed of trust on Mr. Steipp’s principal residence. The principal and interest on the Interest Bearing Loan was forgiven at the end of June 2001. The Interest Free Note does not provide for such forgiveness. However, Mr. Steipp’s employment agreement provides that the Company shall forgive any remaining amounts due on the Interest Free Note in the event that Mr. Steipp is terminated for cause or voluntarily resigns for good reason, and within 30 days of such forgiveness of indebtedness shall pay Mr. Steipp in a single lump sum a gross-up amount for payment of taxes (including any interest or penalties imposed with respect to such taxes) imposed upon the forgiveness of indebtedness.

In February 2001, pursuant to the Company’s senior executive loan plan, the Company loaned Mr. Steipp $555,000 and Mr. Steipp delivered to the Company a full-recourse promissory note in the amount of $555,000. This note accrues interest at an annual rate of 7.75%. Interest payments are due annually and the entire principal balance is due and payable on January 31, 2006. The note is secured by the Company common stock pledged by Mr. Steipp. Interest payments in the amount of $43,012 were paid to the Company during fiscal 2004. In fiscal 2004, the largest aggregate amount outstanding under this loan was $608,766. As of June 30, 2004, the entire principal balance was outstanding.

9/26/2003 Proxy Information

Loans to Thomas W. Steipp

In March 1998, in connection with his acceptance of employment with the Company and the related relocation of his personal residence, Mr. Steipp borrowed $400,000 from the Company pursuant to a Promissory Note Secured by Deed of Trust bearing interest at the rate of 6% per year (the “Interest Bearing Note”) and $500,000 pursuant to a separate Promissory Note Secured by Deed of Trust that is interest free (the “Interest Free Note”). By their terms both the Interest Bearing Note and the Interest Free Note become fully due and payable upon the earliest to occur of: (i) five days after Mr. Steipp’s voluntary resignation or termination for good cause; (ii) 360 days after Mr. Steipp’s termination by the Company without good cause; (iii) on the date of transfer of Mr. Steipp’s principal residence, under certain circumstances; or (iv) on March 25, 2008. The Interest Free Note is secured by a deed of trust on Mr. Steipp’s principal residence, and the Interest Bearing Note was secured by a second deed of trust on Mr. Steipp’s principal residence. The principal and interest on the Interest Bearing Loan was forgiven at the end of June 2001. The Interest Free Note does not provide for such forgiveness. However, Mr. Steipp’s employment agreement provides that the Company shall forgive any remaining amounts due on the Interest Free Note in the event that Mr. Steipp is terminated for cause or voluntarily resigns for good reason, and within 30 days of such forgiveness of indebtedness shall pay Mr. Steipp in a single lump sum a gross-up amount for payment of taxes (including any interest or penalties imposed with respect to such taxes) imposed upon the forgiveness of indebtedness.

In February 2001, pursuant to the Company’s senior executive loan plan, the Company loaned Mr. Steipp $555,000 and Mr. Steipp delivered to the Company a full-recourse promissory note in the amount of $555,000. This note accrues interest at an annual rate of 7.75%. Interest payments are due annually and the entire principal balance is due and payable on January 31, 2006. The note is secured by the Company common stock pledged by Mr. Steipp. Interest payments in the amount of $43,012 were paid to the Company during fiscal 2003. In fiscal 2003, the largest aggregate amount outstanding under this loan was $601,597. As of June 30, 2003, the entire principal balance was outstanding.