General Kinetics Inc.

BY THE NUMBERS

October 01, 1991

This Rockville-based maker of communications equipment and food-testing devices returned to profitability in its first quarter of fiscal 1992 after a losing fourth quarter. Revenues and earnings were higher than during the same period a year ago, but per-share earnings declined because the company now has about 27 percent more shares.

GKI President Richard A. Thompson said that the higher number of shares was due to the company's acquisition of CRYPTEK, a partly owned subsidiary of GKI that became wholly owned last year. GKI also initiated an employee stock ownership plan last spring.

Three months ended 8/31/91

......Revenue....... Net....... Share

'91......5,411,000....395,500.. 0.18

'90......5,161,900....374,900.. 0.21

% change...... +4.8....... +5.5...-14.3

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