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FCC PART 15C
TESTREPORT
No.I18Z61180-IOT03
for
TCL Communication Ltd.
GSM/UMTS/LTE mobile phone
5059R
with
FCC ID: 2ACCJH092
Hardware Version: 01
Software Version:AQ33UA30
Issued Date: 2018-07-30
Note:
The test results in this test report relate only to the devices specified in this report. This report shall not be
reproduced except in full without the written approval of CTTL.
The report must not be used by the client to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by NVLAP, NIST,
or any agency of the U.S.Government.
Test Laboratory:
CTTL, Telecommunication Technology Labs, CAICT
No. 52, Huayuan North Road, Haidian District, Beijing, P. R. China 100191.
Tel:+86(0)10-62304633-2512, Fax:+86(0)10-62304633-2504
Email: cttl_terminals@caict.ac.cn, website: www.caict.ac.cn
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REPORT HISTORY
Report Number
Revision
Description
Issue Date
I18Z61180-IOT03
Rev.0
1st edition
2018-07-30
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CONTENTS
1.
TEST LABORATORY ......................................................................................................................... 5
1.1.
TESTING LOCATION .................................................................................................................... 5
1.2.
TESTING ENVIRONMENT ........................................................................................................... 5
1.3.
PROJECT DATA .............................................................................................................................. 5
1.4.
SIGNATURE ..................................................................................................................................... 5
2.
CLIENT INFORMATION ................................................................................................................... 6
2.1.
APPLICANT INFORMATION ....................................................................................................... 6
2.2.
MANUFACTURER INFORMATION ............................................................................................ 6
3.
EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT (AE) ............................. 7
3.1.
ABOUT EUT ..................................................................................................................................... 7
3.2.
INTERNAL IDENTIFICATION OF EUT ..................................................................................... 7
3.3.
INTERNAL IDENTIFICATION OF AE ........................................................................................ 7
3.4.
EUT SET-UPS .................................................................................................................................. 8
3.5.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................ 8
3.6.
INTERPRETATION OF THE TEST ENVIRONMENT .............................................................. 8
4.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ............................................................................................................. 8
4.1.
DOCUMENTS SUPPLIED BY APPLICANT ............................................................................... 8
4.2.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS FOR TESTING ............................................................................. 8
5.
TEST RESULTS ................................................................................................................................... 9
5.1.
SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS ................................................................................................... 9
5.2.
STATEMENTS .................................................................................................................................. 9
5.3.
TEST CONDITIONS........................................................................................................................ 9
6.
TEST FACILITIES UTILIZED ........................................................................................................ 10
7.
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY .................................................................................................11
7.1.
MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER ....................................................................................................11
7.2.
PEAK POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY........................................................................................11
7.3.
DTS 6-DB SIGNAL BANDWIDTH ...............................................................................................11
7.4.
BAND EDGES COMPLIANCE .....................................................................................................11
7.5.
TRANSMITTER SPURIOUS EMISSION ....................................................................................11
7.6.
AC POWER-LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION ...........................................................................11
ANNEX A: DETAILED TEST RESULTS ................................................................................................ 12
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A.1. MEASUREMENT METHOD............................................................................................................ 12
A.2. MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER........................................................................................................ 13
A.2.1. PEAK OUTPUT POWER-CONDUCTED ............................................................................................... 13
A.2.2. AVERAGE OUTPUT POWER-CONDUCTED ......................................................................................... 14
A.3. PEAK POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY ........................................................................................... 16
A.4. DTS 6-DB SIGNAL BANDWIDTH .................................................................................................. 23
A.5. BAND EDGES COMPLIANCE ........................................................................................................ 30
A.6. TRANSMITTER SPURIOUS EMISSION ....................................................................................... 35
A.6.1 TRANSMITTER SPURIOUS EMISSION – CONDUCTED ........................................................................ 35
A.6.2 TRANSMITTER SPURIOUS EMISSION - RADIATED ............................................................................. 88
A.7. AC POWER-LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION ............................................................................ 102
ANNEX B: ACCREDITATION CERTIFICATE................................................................................... 107
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1. Test Laboratory
1.1. Testing Location
Location 1:CTTL(Huayuan North Road)
Address:
No. 52, Huayuan North Road, Haidian District, Beijing,
P. R. China100191
Location 2:CTTL(Shouxiang)
Address:
No. 51 Shouxiang Science Building, Xueyuan Road,
Haidian District, Beijing, P. R. China100191
1.2. Testing Environment
Normal Temperature:
Extreme Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
15-35℃
-10/+55℃
20-75%
1.3. Project data
Testing Start Date:
Testing End Date:
2018-04-04
2018-07-30
1.4. Signature
Jiang Xue
(Prepared this test report)
Zheng Wei
(Reviewed this test report)
Lv Songdong
(Approved this test report)
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2. Client Information
2.1. Applicant Information
Company Name:
City:
Postal Code:
Country:
Telephone:
TCL Communication Ltd.
7/F, Block F4, TCL Communication Technology Building, TCL
International E City, Zhong Shan Yuan Road, Nanshan District,
Shenzhen, Guangdong, P.R. China 518052
Shenzhen
China
0086-755-36611722
Fax:
0086-75536612000-81722
Address:
2.2. Manufacturer Information
Company Name:
Address:
City:
Postal Code:
Country:
Telephone:
Fax:
TCL Communication Ltd.
7/F, Block F4, TCL Communication Technology Building, TCL
International E City, Zhong Shan Yuan Road, Nanshan District,
Shenzhen, Guangdong, P.R. China 518052
Shenzhen
China
0086-755-36611722
0086-75536612000-81722
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3. Equipment Under Test (EUT) and Ancillary Equipment (AE)
3.1. About EUT
Description
Model name
FCC ID
IC ID
With WLAN Function
Frequency Range
Type of Modulation
Number of Channels
Antenna
MAX Conducted Power
Power Supply
GSM/UMTS/LTE mobile phone
5059R
2ACCJH092
Yes
ISM 2400MHz~2483.5MHz
DSSS/CCK/OFDM
11
Integral Antenna
26.35dBm(OFDM)
3.8V DC by Battery
3.2. Internal Identification of EUT
EUT ID*
SN or IMEI
HW Version
SW Version
EUT1
015242000001033
01
AQ33UA30
EUT2
01
AQ33UA30
*EUT ID: is used to identify the test sample in the lab internally.
3.3. Internal Identification of AE
AE ID*
Description
AE1
Battery
AE2
Charger
AE3
Charger
AE4
USB cable
AE5
USB cable
AE1
Model
Manufacturer
Capacitance
Nominal voltage
AE2
Model
Manufacturer
Length of cable
AE3
Model
Manufacturer
Length of cable
AE4
Model
Manufacturer
SN
CAC2400038C1
BYD
2460mAh
CBA0058AGHC5
Puan
CBA0058AGAC7
CHENYANG
CDA3122006C1
JUWEI
Remarks
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Length of cable
AE5
Model
CDA3122006C2
Manufacturer
SHENGHUA
Length of cable
*AE ID: is used to identify the test sample in the lab internally.
3.4. EUT set-ups
EUT set-up No.
Set.1
Set.2
Combination of EUT and AE
EUT1+AE1+AE2+AE4/AE5
EUT1+AE1+AE3+AE4/AE5
Remarks
WIFI Charger
WIFI Charger
3.5. General Description
The Equipment under Test (EUT) is a model of GSM/UMTS/LTE mobile phone with integrated
antenna and inbuilt battery.
It has Bluetooth (EDR) function.
It consists of normal options: travel charger, USB cable and Phone.
Manual and specifications of the EUT were provided to fulfil the test.
Samples undergoing test were selected by the client.
3.6. Interpretation of the Test Environment
For the test methods, the test environment uncertainty figures correspond to an expansion factor
k=2.
Measurement Uncertainty
Parameter
Uncertainty
temperature
0.48°C
humidity
2%
DC voltages
0.003V
4. Reference Documents
4.1. Documents supplied by applicant
EUT feature information is supplied by the applicant or manufacturer, which is the basis of testing.
4.2. Reference Documents for testing
The following documents listed in this section are referred for testing.
Reference
Title
FCC CFR 47, Part 15, Subpart C:
15.205 Restricted bands of operation;
FCC Part15
15.209 Radiated emission limits, general requirements;
15.247 Operation within the bands 902-928MHz,
2400-2483.5 MHz, and 5725-5850 MHz.
American National Standard of Procedures for Compliance
ANSI C63.10
Testing of Unlicensed Wireless Devices
Version
2016
2013
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5. Test Results
5.1. Summary of Test Results
SUMMARY OF MEASUREMENT RESULTS
Sub-clause of
Part15C
Sub-clause of IC
Verdict
Maximum Peak Output Power
15.247 (b)
Peak Power Spectral Density
15.247 (e)
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth
15.247 (a)
Band Edges Compliance
15.247 (d)
Transmitter Spurious Emission - Conducted
15.247 (d)
Transmitter Spurious Emission - Radiated
15.247, 15.205, 15.209
AC Powerline Conducted Emission
15.107, 15.207
Please refer to ANNEX A for detail.
Terms used in Verdict column
Pass, The EUT complies with the essential requirements in the standard.
NP
Not Perform, The test was not performed by CTTL
NA
Not Applicable, The test was not applicable
Fail, The EUT does not comply with the essential requirements in the
standard
5.2. Statements
The test cases as listed in section 5.1 of this report for the EUT specified in section 3 was
performed by CTTL and according to the standards or reference documents listed in section 4.2
The EUT met all requirements of the standards or reference documents, and only the WLAN
function was tested in this report.
5.3. Test Conditions
The Equipment Under Test (EUT) model 5059R (FCC ID: 2ACCJH092) is a variant product of
A502DL(FCC ID: 2ACCJH086), according to the declaration of changes provided by the applicant
and FCC KDB publication 484596 D01, all the conducted results are derived from test report No.
I18Z60479-IOT01.except radiated results. Please refer Annex A for detail data.
For detail differences between two models please refer the Declaration of Changes document.
For this report, if the test cases listed above are tested under normal temperature and normal
voltage, and also under norm humidity, the specific condition is shown as follows:
Temperature
T nom
26℃
3.8V (By battery)
Voltage
V nom
44%
Humidity
H nom
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6. Test Facilities Utilized
Conducted test system
Serial
Number
No.
Equipment
Model
Vector
Signal
Analyzer
FSQ40
200089
Rohde
Schwarz
Test Receiver
ESCI
100344
Rohde
Schwarz
LISN
ENV216
101200
Rohde
Schwarz
Shielding Room
S81
Manufacturer
ETS-Lindgren
Calibration
Period
Calibration
Due date
1 year
2019-05-17
1 year
2018-08-03
1 year
2019-02-28
Radiated emission test system
No.
Equipment
Model
Serial
Number
Manufacturer
Calibration
Period
Calibration
Due date
Test Receiver
ESU26
100235
Rohde &
Schwarz
1 year
2019-03-31
BiLog Antenna
VULB9163
9163-301
Schwarzbeck
1 years
2019-02-03
EMI Antenna
3115
00167250
ETS-Lindgren
3 Years
2020-05-21
Dual-Ridge
Waveguide Horn
Antenna
3116
2661
ETS-Lindgren
3 years
2020-07-27
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7. Measurement Uncertainty
7.1. Maximum Output Power
Measurement Uncertainty: 0.387dB,k=1.96
7.2. Peak Power Spectral Density
Measurement Uncertainty: 0.705dBm/MHz,k=1.96
7.3. DTS 6-dB Signal Bandwidth
Measurement Uncertainty: 60.80Hz,k=1.96
7.4. Band Edges Compliance
Measurement Uncertainty : 0.62dBm,k=1.96
7.5. Transmitter Spurious Emission
Conducted
(k=1.96)
Frequency Range
Uncertainty(dBm)
30MHz ≤ f ≤ 2GHz
1.22
2GHz ≤ f ≤3.6GHz
1.22
3.6GHz ≤ f ≤8GHz
1.22
8GHz ≤ f ≤12.75GHz
1.51
12.75GHz ≤ f ≤26GHz
1.51
26GHz ≤ f ≤40GHz
1.59
Radiated (k=2)
Frequency Range
Uncertainty(dBm)
30MHz ≤ f ≤ 1GHz
4.86
1GHz ≤ f ≤18GHz
5.26
18GHz ≤ f ≤40GHz
5.28
7.6. AC Power-line Conducted Emission
Measurement Uncertainty : 3.08dBm,k=2
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ANNEX A: Detailed Test Results
A.1. Measurement Method
A.1.1. Conducted Measurements
Connect the EUT to the test system as Fig.A.1.1.1 shows.
Set the EUT to the required work mode.
Set the EUT to the required channel.
Set the Vector Signal Analyzer and start measurement.
Record the values. Vector Signal Analyzer
EUT
Vector
Signal
Analyzer
Attenuator
Shielding room
Fig.A.1.1.1: Test Setup Diagram for Conducted Measurements
A.1.2. Radiated Emission Measurements
In the case of radiated emission, the used settings are as follows,
Sweep frequency from 30 MHz to 1GHz, RBW = 100 kHz, VBW = 300 kHz;
Sweep frequency from 1 GHz to 26GHz, RBW = 1MHz, VBW = 10Hz;
Antenna
Antenna
Vector Signal
Analyzer (Test
Receiver)
EUT
Anechoic Chamber
Fig.A.1.2.1: Test Setup Diagram for Radiated Measurements
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A.2. Maximum Output Power
Method of Measurement: See ANSI C63.10-2013-clause 11.9.1.2
a) Set the RBW = 1 MHz.
b) Set the VBW = 3 MHz.
c) Set the span ≥ [1.5 × DTS bandwidth].
d) Detector = peak.
e) Sweep time = auto couple.
f) Trace mode = max hold.
g) Allow trace to fully stabilize.
h) Use the instrument’s band/channel power measurement function with the band limits set equal
to the DTS bandwidth edges (for some instruments, this may require a manual override to select
the peak detector).
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit (dBm)
FCC CRF Part 15.247(b)
< 30
EUT ID: EUT2
A.2.1. Peak Output Power-conducted
Measurement Results:
802.11b/g mode
Mode
802.11b
802.11g
Data Rate
(Mbps)
Test Result (dBm)
2412MHz
(Ch1)
2437MHz
(Ch6)
2462 MHz
(Ch11)
22.99
23.73
5.5
25.15
11
26.35
26.28
26.30
23.95
24.13
23.86
22.55
12
23.02
18
22.87
24
22.86
36
22.73
48
23.48
54
23.67
The data rate 11Mbps and 6Mbps are selected as worse condition, and the following cases are
performed with this condition.
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802.11n-HT20 mode
Mode
802.11n
(20MHz)
Data Rate
(Index)
Test Result (dBm)
2412MHz
(Ch1)
2437MHz
(Ch6)
2462 MHz
(Ch11)
MCS0
23.62
MCS1
23.48
MCS2
23.38
MCS3
23.73
MCS4
23.95
23.80
23.67
MCS5
22.69
MCS6
22.77
MCS7
22.85
The data rate MCS4 is selected as worse condition, and the following cases are performed with
this condition.
802.11n-HT40 mode
Mode
802.11n
(40MHz)
Data Rate
(Index)
Test Result (dBm)
2422MHz
(Ch3)
2437MHz
(Ch6)
2452 MHz
(Ch9)
MCS0
21.69
MCS1
21.53
MCS2
21.78
MCS3
21.97
21.97
20.78
MCS4
21.90
MCS5
21.36
MCS6
21.19
MCS7
20.96
The data rate MCS3 is selected as worse condition, and the following cases are performed with
this condition.
Conclusion: Pass
A.2.2. Average Output Power-conducted
Method of Measurement: See ANSI C63.10-2013-clause 11.9.2.2.2
The procedure for this method is as follows:
a) Set span = 80MHz.
b) Set RBW = 1MHz.
c) Set VBW = 3MHz
d) Number of points in sweep = 625
e) Sweep time = auto.
f) Detector = RMS.
g) The trigger shall be set to “free run.”
h) Trace average 100 traces in power averaging (rms) mode.
i) Compute power by integrating the spectrum across the OBW of the signal using the instrument’s
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band power measurement function, with band limits set equal to the OBW band
edges.
802.11b/g mode
Mode
Test Result (dBm)
2412MHz (Ch1)
2437MHz (Ch6)
2462 MHz (Ch11)
802.11b
20.18
19.96
20.15
802.11g
15.97
16.15
15.91
802.11n-HT20 mode
Mode
802.11n (20MHz)
Test Result (dBm)
2412MHz (Ch1)
2437MHz (Ch6)
2462 MHz (Ch11)
15.69
15.54
15.35
802.11n-HT40 mode
Mode
802.11n(40MHz)
Conclusion: Pass
Test Result (dBm)
2422MHz (Ch3)
2437MHz (Ch6)
2452 MHz (Ch9)
13.70
13.77
12.50
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A.3. Peak Power Spectral Density
Method of Measurement: See ANSI C63.10-2013-clause 11.10.2
a) Set analyzer center frequency to DTS channel center frequency.
b) Set the span to 1.5 times the DTS bandwidth.
c) Set the RBW to RBW = 3 kHz.
d) Set the VBW = 10 kHz.
e) Detector = peak.
f) Sweep time = auto couple.
g) Trace mode = max hold.
h) Allow trace to fully stabilize.
i) Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level within the RBW.
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit
FCC CRF Part 15.247(e)
< 8 dBm/3 kHz
Measurement Results:
802.11b/g mode
Mode
802.11b
802.11g
Channel
Power Spectral Density
( dBm/3 kHz )
Conclusion
Fig.A.3.1
-3.39
Fig.A.3.2
-3.42
11
Fig.A.3.3
-3.44
Fig.A.3.4
-11.58
Fig.A.3.5
-12.04
11
Fig.A.3.6
-12.49
802.11n-HT20 mode
Mode
802.11n
(HT20)
Channel
Power Spectral Density
( dBm/3 kHz )
Conclusion
Fig.A.3.7
-10.85
Fig.A.3.8
-11.15
11
Fig.A.3.9
-11.66
802.11n-HT40 mode
Mode
802.11n
(HT40)
Conclusion: Pass
Test graphs as below:
Channel
Power Spectral Density
( dBm/3 kHz )
Conclusion
Fig.A.3.10
-16.33
Fig.A.3.11
-15.04
Fig.A.3.12
-15.47
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Fig.A.3.1
Fig.A.3.2
Power Spectral Density(802.11b,Ch1)
Power Spectral Density (802.11b, Ch 6)
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Fig.A.3.3
Power Spectral Density (802.11b, Ch 11)
Fig.A.3.4
Power Spectral Density (802.11g, Ch 1)
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Fig.A.3.5
Power Spectral Density (802.11g, Ch 6)
Fig.A.3.6
Power Spectral Density (802.11g, Ch 11)
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Fig.A.3.7
Power Spectral Density (802.11n-HT20, Ch 1)
Fig.A.3.8
Power Spectral Density (802.11n-HT20, Ch 6)
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Fig.A.3.9
Power Spectral Density (802.11n-HT20, Ch 11)
Fig.A.3.10
Power Spectral Density (802.11n-HT40, Ch 3)
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Fig.A.3.11
Power Spectral Density (802.11n-HT40, Ch 6)
Fig.A.3.12
Power Spectral Density (802.11n-HT40, Ch 9)
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A.4. DTS 6-dB Signal Bandwidth
Method of Measurement: See ANSI C63.10-2013 section 11.8.1.
a) Set RBW = 100 kHz.
b) Set the video bandwidth (VBW) = 300 kHz.
c) Detector = Peak.
d) Trace mode = max hold.
e) Sweep = auto couple.
f) Allow the trace to stabilize.
g) Measure the maximum width of the emission that is constrained by the frequencies associated
with the two outermost amplitude points (upper and lower frequencies) that are attenuated by 6
dB relative to the maximum level measured in the fundamental emission.
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit (kHz)
FCC 47 CFR Part 15.247 (a)
≥ 500
EUT ID: EUT2
Measurement Result:
802.11b/g mode
Mode
Channel
802.11b
802.11g
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth
( kHz)
Fig.A.4.1
conclusion
9450
Fig.A.4.2
8850
11
Fig.A.4.3
9500
Fig.A.4.4
16350
Fig.A.4.5
16400
11
Fig.A.4.6
16450
802.11n-HT20 mode
Mode
802.11n
(HT20)
Channel
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth
( kHz)
conclusion
Fig.A.4.7
17600
Fig.A.4.8
17250
11
Fig.A.4.9
17650
802.11n-HT40 mode
Mode
802.11n
(HT40)
Conclusion: Pass
Channel
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth
( kHz)
conclusion
Fig.A.4.10
36320
Fig.A.4.11
35120
Fig.A.4.12
34400
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Test graphs as below:
Fig.A.4.1
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth(802.11b,Ch 1)
Fig.A.4.2
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11b, Ch 6)
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Fig.A.4.3
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11b, Ch 11)
Fig.A.4.4
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11g, Ch 1)
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Fig.A.4.5
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11g, Ch 6)
Fig.A.4.6
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11g, Ch 11)
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Fig.A.4.7
Fig.A.4.8
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11n-20MHz, Ch 1)
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11n-HT20, Ch 6)
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Fig.A.4.9
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11n-HT20, Ch 11)
Fig.A.4.10
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11n-40MHz, Ch 3)
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Fig.A.4.11
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11n-HT40, Ch 6)
Fig.A.4.12
Occupied 6dB Bandwidth (802.11n-HT40, Ch 9)
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A.5. Band Edges Compliance
Method of Measurement: See ANSI C63.10-2013-clause 6.10.4
Connect the spectrum analyzer to the EUT using an appropriate RF cable connected to the EUT
output. Configure the spectrum analyzer settings as described below.
a) Set Span = 100MHz
b) Sweep Time: coupled
c) Set the RBW= 100 kHz
c) Set the VBW= 300 kHz
d) Detector: Peak
e) Trace: Max hold
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit (dBc)
FCC 47 CFR Part 15.247 (d)
> 20
EUT ID: EUT2
Measurement Result:
802.11b/g mode
Mode
802.11b
802.11g
Channel
Test Results
Fig.A.5.1
Conclusion
11
Fig.A.5.2
Fig.A.5.3
11
Fig.A.5.4
802.11n-HT20 mode
Mode
Channel
Test Results
Conclusion
802.11n
(HT20)
Fig.A.5.5
11
Fig.A.5.6
802.11n-HT40 mode
Mode
Channel
802.11n
(HT40)
Fig.A.5.7
Fig.A.5.8
Conclusion: Pass
Test graphs as below:
Test Results
Conclusion
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Fig.A.5.1 Band Edges (802.11b, Ch 1)
Fig.A.5.2 Band Edges (802.11b, Ch 11)
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Fig.A.5.3 Band Edges (802.11g, Ch 1)
Fig.A.5.4 Band Edges (802.11g, Ch 11)
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Fig.A.5.5 Band Edges (802.11n-HT20, Ch 1)
Fig.A.5.6 Band Edges (802.11n-HT20, Ch 11)
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Fig.A.5.7 Band Edges (802.11n-HT40, Ch 3)
Fig.A.5.8 Band Edges (802.11n-HT40, Ch 9)
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A.6. Transmitter Spurious Emission
A.6.1 Transmitter Spurious Emission – Conducted
Method of Measurement: See ANSI C63.10-2013-clause 11.11.2
Establish a reference level by using the following procedure:
a) Set instrument center frequency to DTS channel center frequency
b) Set the span to ≥ 1.5 times the DTS bandwidth
c) Set the RBW= 100 kHz
d) Set the VBW= 300 kHz
e) Detector = Peak
f) Sweep time = auto couple
g) Trace mode = max hold
h) Allow trace to fully stabilize
i) Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum PSD level
Note that the channel found to contain the maximum PSD level can be used to establish the
reference level.
Establish an emission level by using the following procedure:
a) Set the center frequency and span to encompass frequency range to be measured.
b) Set the RBW = 100 kHz.
c) Set the VBW = 300 kHz.
d) Detector = peak.
e) Sweep time = auto couple.
f) Trace mode = max hold.
g) Allow trace to fully stabilize.
h) Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level.
Ensure that the amplitude of all unwanted emissions outside of the authorized frequency band
(excluding restricted frequency bands) is attenuated by at least the minimum requirements
specified in 11.11. Report the three highest emissions relative to the limit.
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit
FCC 47 CFR Part 15.247 (d)
20dB below peak output power in 100 kHz
bandwidth
EUT ID: EUT2
Measurement Results:
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802.11b mode
MODE
Channel
Frequency Range
2.412 GHz
802.11b
11
Test Results
Fig.A.6.1.1
Conclusion
30 MHz ~ 1 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.2
1 GHz ~ 2.5 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.3
2.5 GHz ~ 7.5 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.4
7.5 GHz ~ 10 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.5
10 GHz ~ 15 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.6
15 GHz ~ 20 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.7
20 GHz ~ 26 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.8
2.437 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.9
30 MHz ~ 1 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.10
1 GHz ~ 2.5 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.11
2.5 GHz ~ 7.5 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.12
7.5 GHz ~ 10 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.13
10 GHz ~ 15 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.14
15 GHz ~ 20 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.15
20 GHz ~ 26 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.16
2.462 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.17
30 MHz ~ 1 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.18
1 GHz ~ 2.5 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.19
2.5 GHz ~ 7.5 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.20
7.5 GHz ~ 10 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.21
10 GHz ~ 15 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.22
15 GHz ~ 20 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.23
20 GHz ~ 26 GHz
Fig.A.6.1.24
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