60083010 8x8 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax Access Point Cover Letter Cisco Systems

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                                                                                                 March 12, 2019


                       DTS-UNII Device Declaration Letter
To whom it may concern,
We have declared below featured for FCC equipment
authorization, Device FCC ID: UDX-60083010


(1)    DFS Device --       Master                                        Client with Radar detection capability ,
                           Client without radar detection capability     N/A

(2)     Active / Passive Scanning , ad-hoc mode access point capability
      Frequency Band       Active Scanning     passive scanning     Ad Hoc Mode or           Access point
          (MHz)             (the device can   (where the device        WIFI Direct            capability
                           transmit a probe    is can listen only       capability
                               (beacon))        with no probes)
       2400 – 2483.5            Yes ,    No         Yes ,     No        Yes ,     No           Yes ,    No
        5150 – 5250             Yes ,    No         Yes ,     No        Yes ,     No           Yes ,    No
        5250 – 5350             Yes ,    No         Yes ,     No        Yes ,     No           Yes ,    No
        5470 – 5725             Yes ,    No         Yes ,     No        Yes ,     No           Yes ,    No
       57325 - 5850             Yes ,    No         Yes ,     No        Yes ,     No           Yes ,    No

(3)      Country code selection ability - Yes ,     No
If yes, please explain how it was implemented: (please also help to provide detail of options for each country
selection)




(4)     Meet 15.202 requirement -       Yes,      No,
Please check below:
   A master device is defined as a device operating in a mode in which it has the capability to transmit without
receiving an enabling signal. In this mode it is able to select a channel and initiate a network by sending
enabling signals to other devices
   A client device is defined as a device operating in a mode in which the transmissions of the device are under
control of the master. A device in client mode is not able to initiate a network.

(5)     For client devices that have software configuration control to operate in different modes (active scanning
in some and passive scanning in others) in different bands (devices with multiple equipment classes or those
that operate on non-DFS frequencies) or modular devices which configure the modes of operations through


software, the application must provide software and operations description on how the software and / or
hardware is implemented to ensure that proper operations modes cannot be modified by end user or an installer.
    Apply,     No Apply, (If apply, please help to provide explanation on it was implement, and how software
was controlled)




________________________
Alexander C. Gioe / Compliance Manager, CNG
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Tel: +1-415-432-1000
Fax: +1-415-632-5899
Email: alex.gioe@meraki.net



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