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This document explains how to employ the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA) derivative certification transfer policy  to transfer a WFA certification, already obtained by Texas Instruments™, to a system you have developed.
Texas Instruments has obtained Wi-Fi Alliance certification for the CC3100, CC3200, CC3120, CC3220, CC3135, and CC3235x devices and modules. End products you create that use these devices or modules are eligible for consideration under the Wi-Fi Alliance derivative certification policy.
The transfer of a certification using the Wi-Fi Alliance derivative certification policy is a time- and money-saving mechanism that allows you to mark your system with a Wi-Fi Alliance logo and claim that your system is Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ without having to visit a Wi-Fi Alliance Authorized Test Lab to perform the certification tests.