|Equipment||Wireless Inventory Tracking|
|Applicant Business||SHOOF TECHNOLOGIES INC|
|Business Address||10549 San Felipe Rd , Cupertino,California United States 95014|
|TCB Scope||A4: UNII devices & low power transmitters using spread spectrum techniques|
|TCB Email||[email protected]|
|Applicant||Elad Gottlib – CDO |
|Applicant Phone|| |
|Applicant Email||[email protected]|
|Test Firm||MiCOM Labs|
|Test Firm Contact||Gordon Hurst|
|Test Firm Phone|| |
|Test Firm Fax||925-462-0306|
|Test Firm Email||[email protected]|
|Certified By||Kevin Forbey – Hardware Engineer|
Comment [JM+9NfmT1kndafzrQSi5vQ==]: Output power listed is conducted power.
Co-location of this module with other transmitters that operate simultaneously are required to be evaluated using the FCC multi-transmitter procedures.
The host integrator must follow the integration instructions provided by the module manufacturer and ensure that the composite-system end product complies with the FCC requirements by a technical assessment or evaluation to the FCC rules and to KDB Publication 996369.
The module antenna(s) must be installed to meet the RF exposure compliance separation distance of 20 cm and any additional testing and authorization process as required.
The module grantee is responsible for providing the documentation to the system integrator on restrictions of use, for continuing compliance of the module.
The host integrator installing this module into their product must ensure that the final composite product complies with the FCC requirements by a technical assessment or evaluation to the FCC rules, including the transmitter operation and should refer to guidance in KDB 996369.