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[Ham-80211] What is it? (probably off-topic)

Mon Feb 14 16:37:25 UTC 2005

I haven't been following this thread, but I just happened to be looking up some
info on the FCC's OET website.

To find information on any FCC ID number, go to: http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid/.
It should be self-explanatory from there.

I looked quickly and found only the grant information, which is:
EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION is hereby issued to the named GRANTEE, and is VALID ONLY
for the equipment identified hereon for use under the Commission's Rules and
Regulations listed below.  

Name of Grantee:  Allen Telecom Systems 
Equipment Class: Licensed Non-Broadcast Station Transmitter 
Notes: The power output shown is for single channel operation. For multi-channel
loading, the power output decreases 3 dB each time the number of channels is

Grant Notes   FCC Rule Parts  Frequency Range (MHZ)  Output Watts  Frequency
Tolerance  Emission Designator  
			90			806.0  -  824.0
1.0     				REPEATER  
			90			851.0  -  869.0		0.015

Rick, WD8KEL

-----Original Message-----
From: ham-80211-bounces at lists.tapr.org
[mailto:ham-80211-bounces at lists.tapr.org]On Behalf Of J.P. Rouland
Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 11:26 AM
To: TAPR Mailing List for Ham Radio Use of 802.11
Subject: Re: [Ham-80211] What is it? (probably off-topic)

Thanks to all that answered my question.. even though not clear yet what 
I have.
The Inside antenna seems short, for 800-900MHz band. But it may be a 
"shortie", hard to tell...
The FCC ID # is:HJ324DDBE30. How do you research from that? Google?

dubose at texas.net wrote:
> Humm, now tht you mention it, that could be it.  I know that during the 199?
> "Final Four" at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio, they installed 4 such animals
> to extend cellphone coverage.
> Walt/K5YFW
> Quoting Brian Webster <bwebster at wirelessmapping.com>:
>>Sounds to me like a bi-directional amplifier. Typically used for in
>>coverage where the normal site doesn't penetrate. It probably is set for
>>800 MHz band. It may have been set up for the old analog trunking systems
>>but hard to say without seeing. You might try looking up the FCC id number
>>on one of those sites that gives you the info on the product based on the
>>Thank You,
>>Brian Webster N2KGC
>>214 Eggleston Hill Rd.
>>Cooperstown, NY 13326
>>(518) 207-0036 Office Please note new number
>>(607) 435-3988 Mobile
>>(208) 692-1898 Fax
>>www.wirelessmapping.com <http://www.wirelessmapping.com>
>>Free World Dialup #481416
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: J.P. Rouland [mailto:jprouland at comcast.net]
>>Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 12:54 AM
>>To: TAPR Mailing List for Ham Radio Use of 802.11
>>Subject: [Ham-80211] What is it? (probably off-topic)
>>I picked-up, some time ago, a "brick" of an aluminum box, heavy, and
>>looking interesting.
>>Made by Allen Telecom, sporting also "db Mobile", and "ActiveLink"
>>Model # JAA-002 Trunking.
>>Has only 3 connections, and one LED for Power.
>>-Inside Antenna ( fitted with a 2" rubber duckie)
>>-Outside Antenna ( same conn. as a typical old cellphone antenna).
>>Didn't get the antenna for this side.
>>-12V power jack.
>>Definitely some kind of transmitter ( solid aluminum box, some fins as
>>heatsink, and the telltale of a RF power transistor's stub sticking
>>Searched Google in vain ( only one reference, in Spain, on a
>>homologation list..), as well as Allen Telecom.
>>If anybody recognizes the "beast", and can tell me more about it, I'd
>>appreciate ( probably better off-list, unless the responder thinks the
>>answer can help others, too).
>>Thanks in advance,
>>J.P. Rouland NQ6T Fremont, CA
>><jprouland at comcast.net>
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