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July 12, 2008

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John

The test results shown are flawed. I believe the person testing experienced skip waves off of material in the area giving erroneous results. You should retract the report as it is misleading to the industry, Avery and customers.

Carl Brown

John -

Thanks for the feedback. Those are what we find, repeatedly.

Please elaborate on which part you are concerned with and I will elaborate on the test results?

Maybe I should re-clarify:
In our findings, as referenced above, we 'plan' on 40' effective range. The 'stuff beyond' is really just for fun and, perhaps that's your point? If so, I totally agree and I apologize if it sounds like we are advocating RFID planning beyond 40'. Don't do it... Yet.

If there is something else, please let me know.

Best,

-c

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