SmartRF Studio 7 Manifest

2022-11-08

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SmartRF Studio 7 Manifest Table

See the Legend above for a description of these columns.

Software Name Version License Type Delivered As Modified by TI
SmartRF Studio 7 2.27.0 TI Commercial Binary N/A Location [installed path]/bin
Obtained from TI
Qt(1) 5.9.2 LGPL-3.0 Binary and Source No Location Binaries: [installed path]/bin, Source: https://software-dl.ti.com/manifest/esd/exports/qt-everywhere-opensource-src-5.9.2.tar.xz
Obtained from http://download.qt.io/archive/qt/5.9/5.9.2/qt-opensource-windows-x86-5.9.2.exe Downloaded: March 16, 2018
Free icons from the FatCow website. CCPL license Binary N/A Location [installed path]/bin
Obtained from http://www.fatcow.com/free-icons, Downloaded from: http://tdc.itg.ti.com/~jhutcher/distributions/evm_gui/style_guide_icons.html January 2015
msp430 Debug Tool Access library 3.10.0.3 TI Commercial Binary N/A Location [installed path]/bin/msp430.dll
Obtained from TI
FTDI D2XX Drivers 2.12.24.1 FTDI-License Binary No Location [installed path]/../Drivers/ftdi
Obtained from http://ftdichip.com/drivers/D2XX.htm, Downloaded: October, 2016
TI XDS Emulation tools 9.5.0.00143 TI Commercial Binary N/A Location [installed path]/config/xds/common, [installed path]/config/xds/emulation
Obtained from TI
Xerces-C XML Parser 2.8.0 Apache-2.0 Binary No Location [installed path]/xds/common/bin
Obtained from http://xerces.apache.org
Microsoft Visual C++ 2015 Redistributable Packages 2015 Microsoft WDK EULA (redistributable) Binary No Location $WINDIR
Obtained from https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48145
libusb 1.0.20 LGPL-2.1 Source and Binary No Location Binaries: [installed path]/bin, Source: https://www.ti.com/lit/zip/swrc318
Obtained from http://sourceforge.net/projects/libusb, Downloaded: November 12, 2015

1) The Qt source and binaries are distributed subject to the LGPL v3.0 license. A copy of the LGPL v3.0 license can be found in this document. Please refer to http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/licensing.html for information about Qt"s licenses and the licenses of third party components used in Qt.

Credits

The free Icons was downloaded from the FatCow"s website (http://www.fatcow.com/free-icons). These icons are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. The icons have been used without any changes.


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2. USE RIGHTS.
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2. Demo Use. The use permitted above includes use of the software in demonstrating your applications.
3. Backup copy. You may make one backup copy of the software, for reinstalling the software.
3. TERMS FOR SPECIFIC COMPONENTS.
1. Utilities. The software contains some items on the Utilities List at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=523763&clcid=0x409. You may copy and install those items, if included with the software, on to yours or other third party machines, to debug and deploy your applications and databases you developed with the software. Please note that Utilities are designed for temporary use, that Microsoft may not be able to patch or update Utilities separately from the rest of the software, and that some Utilities by their nature may make it possible for others to access allow machines on which they are installed. As a result, you should delete all Utilities you have installed after you finish debugging or deploying your applications and databases. Microsoft is not responsible for any third party use or access of Utilities you install on any machine.
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3. Font Components. While the software is running, you may use its fonts to display and print content. You may only: (i) embed fonts in content as permitted by the embedding restrictions in the fonts; and (ii) temporarily download them to a printer or other output device to help print content.
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* Third Party Distribution. You may permit distributors of your applications to copy and distribute the Distributable Code as part of those applications.
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It also applies even if
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References to "limited warranty" are references to the express warranty provided by Microsoft. This warranty is given in addition to other rights and remedies you may have under law, including your rights and remedies in accordance with the statutory guarantees under local Consumer Law.
2. TERM OF WARRANTY; WARRANTY RECIPIENT; LENGTH OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES. THE LIMITED WARRANTY COVERS THE SOFTWARE FOR ONE YEAR AFTER ACQUIRED BY THE FIRST USER. IF YOU RECEIVE SUPPLEMENTS, UPDATES, OR REPLACEMENT SOFTWARE DURING THAT YEAR, THEY WILL BE COVERED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WARRANTY OR 30 DAYS, WHICHEVER IS LONGER. If the first user transfers the software, the remainder of the warranty will apply to the recipient.
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