8RSERIES DUAL BAND FM TRANSCEIVER [Re-Sent]Generic Letter [Mar 27 2015] Qixiang Electron Science& Technology Co., Ltd

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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
Laboratory Division
7435 Oakland Mills Road
Columbia, MD 21046
March 27, 2015
MET Laboratories, Inc.
914 W. Patapsco Avenue,
Baltimore, MD21230-3432
Attention: Shawn McMillen
Re: Application Received: 3/9/2015
Equipment Class: TNF-Licensed Non-Broadcast Transmitter Held to Face
Applicant Name: Qixiang Electron Science& Technology Co., Ltd
FCC ID: T4K-8RSERIES
TCB Name: MET Laboratories, Inc.
731 Confirmation Number: TC680375
Dear Colleagues:
The application for the above equipment is hereby DISMISSED pursuant to Section 2.917(a) of the Rules for the
following reasons.
1) This device is authorized for the MURS radio service. Section 95.655(d) prohibits this combination. Also refer
to KDB Publication 149672 Paragraph (1)(a)(i).
2) There are seven channels that share the same frequency for GMRS and FRS. The maximum power for FRS is
500 mW. This device is capable of transmitting 5 watts on these channels. This is non-compliant. There is nothing
in the application that addresses this issue.
3) FRS channels are limited to a BW of 12.5 kHz. This device can be set by the end user to operate at a BW of 25
kHz for FRS channels. The maximum BW permitted for FRS is 12.5 kHz. This is non-compliant.
4) The User’s manual indicates that this device can operate on Part 90 frequencies. This is not shown in either of
the Grants. This device does only have enough significant digits in its programming capability (even with the
frequency offset function) or display to enter many of the part 90 frequencies. This is non-compliant.
5) For many years the FCC guidance documents for TCBs [workshop material, KDB pubs. 447498, 628591; also
95.1(a), 95.179(a) family use] specified that GMRS portable PTT devices ordinarily do not qualify for operating
under occupational / controlled SAR limits. Similar considerations apply for MURS operations (FCC-02-139, etc.).
Part 95 Personal Radio Services operations are licensed-by-rule, and are marketed to and for use by the general
public, therefore must comply with FCC general-population / uncontrolled SAR limits.
If you elect to refile for equipment authorization you must submit a currently dated and originally signed Form 731,
accompanied by all data required by the Rule sections applicable to the equipment. The deficiencies listed above
must be corrected before refiling. Do not refile the application with the same deficiencies or we may DENY the
application pursuant to 2.919. You cannot reuse the FCC ID number on denied applications as you can with
dismissed applications.
You are cautioned that marketing and importation of equipment in the United States bearing the referenced FCC
Identifier is prohibited by Section 2.803 of the Rules. Violation of this regulation may subject you to the penalties
provided in Sections 501 and 502 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.
Sincerely,
Andrew Leimer
Electronics Engineer
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
Laboratory Division
7435 Oakland Mills Road
Columbia, MD 21046
March 27, 2015
Qixiang Electron Science& Technology Co., Ltd
Qixiang Building, Tangxi Industrial Zone, Luojiang,
Quanzhou, Fujian, 362011
China
Attention: Ken Xu
Re: Application Received: 3/9/2015
Equipment Class: TNF-Licensed Non-Broadcast Transmitter Held to Face
Applicant Name: Qixiang Electron Science& Technology Co., Ltd
FCC ID: T4K-8RSERIES
TCB Name: MET Laboratories, Inc.
731 Confirmation Number: TC680375
Dear Colleagues:
The application for the above equipment is hereby DISMISSED pursuant to Section 2.917(a) of the Rules for the
following reasons.
1) This device is authorized for the MURS radio service. Section 95.655(d) prohibits this combination. Also refer
to KDB Publication 149672 Paragraph (1)(a)(i).
2) There are seven channels that share the same frequency for GMRS and FRS. The maximum power for FRS is
500 mW. This device is capable of transmitting 5 watts on these channels. This is non-compliant. There is nothing
in the application that addresses this issue.
3) FRS channels are limited to a BW of 12.5 kHz. This device can be set by the end user to operate at a BW of 25
kHz for FRS channels. The maximum BW permitted for FRS is 12.5 kHz. This is non-compliant.
4) The User’s manual indicates that this device can operate on Part 90 frequencies. This is not shown in either of
the Grants. This device does only have enough significant digits in its programming capability (even with the
frequency offset function) or display to enter many of the part 90 frequencies. This is non-compliant.
5) For many years the FCC guidance documents for TCBs [workshop material, KDB pubs. 447498, 628591; also
95.1(a), 95.179(a) family use] specified that GMRS portable PTT devices ordinarily do not qualify for operating
under occupational / controlled SAR limits. Similar considerations apply for MURS operations (FCC-02-139, etc.).
Part 95 Personal Radio Services operations are licensed-by-rule, and are marketed to and for use by the general
public, therefore must comply with FCC general-population / uncontrolled SAR limits.
If you elect to refile for equipment authorization you must submit a currently dated and originally signed Form 731,
accompanied by all data required by the Rule sections applicable to the equipment. The deficiencies listed above
must be corrected before refiling. Do not refile the application with the same deficiencies or we may DENY the
application pursuant to 2.919. You cannot reuse the FCC ID number on denied applications as you can with
dismissed applications.
You are cautioned that marketing and importation of equipment in the United States bearing the referenced FCC
Identifier is prohibited by Section 2.803 of the Rules. Violation of this regulation may subject you to the penalties
provided in Sections 501 and 502 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.
Sincerely,
Andrew Leimer
Electronics Engineer
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
Laboratory Division
7435 Oakland Mills Road
Columbia, MD 21046
March 27, 2015
Shenzhen Morlab Communications Technology Co., Ltd
FL.1, Building A, FeiYang Science Park,,
Block 67, BaoAn District,
P.o.Box: ,
Shenzhen, 518101
China
Attention: Luan Shu
Re: Application Received: 3/9/2015
Equipment Class: TNF-Licensed Non-Broadcast Transmitter Held to Face
Applicant Name: Qixiang Electron Science& Technology Co., Ltd
FCC ID: T4K-8RSERIES
TCB Name: MET Laboratories, Inc.
731 Confirmation Number: TC680375
Dear Colleagues:
The application for the above equipment is hereby DISMISSED pursuant to Section 2.917(a) of the Rules for the
following reasons.
1) This device is authorized for the MURS radio service. Section 95.655(d) prohibits this combination. Also refer
to KDB Publication 149672 Paragraph (1)(a)(i).
2) There are seven channels that share the same frequency for GMRS and FRS. The maximum power for FRS is
500 mW. This device is capable of transmitting 5 watts on these channels. This is non-compliant. There is nothing
in the application that addresses this issue.
3) FRS channels are limited to a BW of 12.5 kHz. This device can be set by the end user to operate at a BW of 25
kHz for FRS channels. The maximum BW permitted for FRS is 12.5 kHz. This is non-compliant.
4) The User’s manual indicates that this device can operate on Part 90 frequencies. This is not shown in either of
the Grants. This device does only have enough significant digits in its programming capability (even with the
frequency offset function) or display to enter many of the part 90 frequencies. This is non-compliant.
5) For many years the FCC guidance documents for TCBs [workshop material, KDB pubs. 447498, 628591; also
95.1(a), 95.179(a) family use] specified that GMRS portable PTT devices ordinarily do not qualify for operating
under occupational / controlled SAR limits. Similar considerations apply for MURS operations (FCC-02-139, etc.).
Part 95 Personal Radio Services operations are licensed-by-rule, and are marketed to and for use by the general
public, therefore must comply with FCC general-population / uncontrolled SAR limits.
If you elect to refile for equipment authorization you must submit a currently dated and originally signed Form 731,
accompanied by all data required by the Rule sections applicable to the equipment. The deficiencies listed above
must be corrected before refiling. Do not refile the application with the same deficiencies or we may DENY the
application pursuant to 2.919. You cannot reuse the FCC ID number on denied applications as you can with
dismissed applications.
You are cautioned that marketing and importation of equipment in the United States bearing the referenced FCC
Identifier is prohibited by Section 2.803 of the Rules. Violation of this regulation may subject you to the penalties
provided in Sections 501 and 502 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.
Sincerely,
Andrew Leimer
Electronics Engineer
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