Sawtek (SAWS) was up 4.7% in preopen Island trading. After the close Monday, the maker of wireless communications parts said that 2001 revenue would be down 15% to 20% compared to 2000 and net income would fall by a slightly higher percentage.

The warning came as the company posted second-quarter earnings of 22 cents per share, down from 29 cents a year earlier.

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