H092 GSM/UMTS/LTE mobile phone Test Report I18Z61180-WMD01_Part2224_GSM_Rev0 TCL Communication Ltd.

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TEST REPORT
No. I18Z61180-WMD01
for
TCL Communication Ltd.
GSM/UMTS/LTE mobile phone
Model Name: 5059R
FCC ID: 2ACCJH092
with
Hardware Version: 01
Software Version: AQ33UA30
Issued Date: 2018-07-31
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-WMD01
Rev.0
1st edition
2018-07-31
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CONTENTS
1.
TEST LABORATORY ......................................................................................................................... 4
1.1.
TESTING LOCATION .................................................................................................................... 4
1.2.
TESTING ENVIRONMENT ........................................................................................................... 4
1.3.
PROJECT DATA .............................................................................................................................. 4
1.4.
SIGNATURE ..................................................................................................................................... 4
2.
CLIENT INFORMATION ................................................................................................................... 5
2.1.
APPLICANT INFORMATION ....................................................................................................... 5
2.2.
MANUFACTURER INFORMATION ............................................................................................ 5
3.
EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT (AE) ............................. 6
3.1.
ABOUT EUT ..................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2.
INTERNAL IDENTIFICATION OF EUT USED DURING THE TEST .................................... 6
3.3.
INTERNAL IDENTIFICATION OF AE USED DURING THE TEST ....................................... 6
3.4.
NORMAL ACCESSORY SETTING ............................................................................................... 6
3.5.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................ 6
4.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ............................................................................................................. 8
4.1.
REFERENCE DOCUMENTS FOR TESTING ............................................................................. 8
5.
LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT ..................................................................................................... 9
6.
SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS ..................................................................................................... 10
6.1.
7.
EXPLANATION OF RE-USE OF TEST DATA .......................................................................... 10
TEST EQUIPMENTS UTILIZED .....................................................................................................11
ANNEX A: MEASUREMENT RESULTS ................................................................................................ 12
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
A.6
A.7
OUTPUT POWER ........................................................................................................................... 12
EMISSION LIMIT........................................................................................................................... 18
FREQUENCY STABILITY ............................................................................................................ 24
OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH ............................................................................................................ 27
EMISSION BANDWIDTH ............................................................................................................. 40
BAND EDGE COMPLIANCE ........................................................................................................ 52
CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION ......................................................................................... 59
ANNEX B: ACCREDITATION CERTIFICATE..................................................................................... 75
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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. China 100191
Location 2: CTTL(Shouxiang)
Address:
No. 51 Shouxiang Science Building, Xueyuan Road,
Haidian District, Beijing, P. R. China 100191
1.2. Testing Environment
Normal Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
15-35℃
20-75%
1.3. Project data
Testing Start Date:
Testing End Date:
2018-07-09
2018-07-30
1.4. Signature
Dong Yuan
(Prepared this test report)
Zhou Yu
(Reviewed this test report)
Zhao Hui Lin
Deputy Director of the laboratory
(Approved this test report)
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2. Client Information
2.1. Applicant Information
Company Name:
Address /Post:
Contact:
Email:
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
Gong Zhizhou
zhizhou.gong@tcl.com
0086-755-36611722
0086-75536612000-81722
2.2. Manufacturer Information
Company Name:
Address /Post:
Contact:
Email:
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
Gong Zhizhou
zhizhou.gong@tcl.com
0086-755-36611722
0086-75536612000-81722
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3. Equipment Under Test (EUT) and Ancillary Equipment (AE)
3.1. About EUT
Description
GSM/UMTS/LTE mobile phone
Model Name
5059R
FCC ID
2ACCJH092
Antenna
Embedded
Output power
30.27dBm maximum EIRP measured for GSM1900
Extreme vol. Limits
3.5VDC to 4.4VDC (nominal: 3.8VDC)
Extremetemp. Tolerance -10°C to +55°C
Note: Components list, please refer to documents of the manufacturer; it is also included in the
original test record of CTTL, Telecommunication Technology Labs, Academy of
Telecommunication Research, MIIT
3.2. Internal Identification of EUT used during the test
EUT ID*
IMEI
HW Version
SW Version
Date of receipt
*EUT ID: is used to identify the test sample in the lab internally.
3.3. Internal Identification of AE used during the test
AE ID*
Description
AE1
Battery
AE2
Travel charger
AE3
Travel charger
AE1
Model
CAC2400038C1
Manufacturer
BYD
Capacitance
2460mAh
AE2
Model
CBA0058AGHC5
Manufacturer
Puan
AE3
Model
CBA0058AGAC7
Manufacturer
CHENYANG
*AE ID: is used to identify the test sample in the lab internally.
3.4. Normal Accessory setting
Fully charged battery was used during the test.
3.5. General Description
The Equipment Under Test (EUT) is a model of GSM/UMTS/LTE mobile phone with embedded
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antenna. Manual and specifications of the EUT were provided to fulfil the test.
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4. Reference Documents
4.1. Reference Documents for testing
The following documents listed in this section are referred for testing.
Reference
FCC Part 24
FCC Part 22
ANSI/TIA-603-E
ANSI/TIA-102.CAAA
-E
ANSI C63.26
KDB 971168 D01
Title
PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
PUBLIC MOBILE SERVICES
Land Mobile FM or PM Communications Equipment
Measurement and Performance Standards
DIGITAL C4FMCQPSK TRANSCEIVER MEASUREMENT
METHODS
American National Standard for Compliance Testing of
Transmitters Used in Licensed Radio Services
MEASUREMENT GUIDANCE FOR CERTIFICATION OF
LICENSED DIGITAL TRANSMITTERS
Version
10-1-17
Edition
10-1-17
Edition
2016
2016
2015
v03
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5. LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT
Control room / conducted chamber did not exceed following limits along the EMC testing:
Temperature
Min. = 15 ℃, Max. = 35 ℃
Relative humidity
Min. =20 %, Max. = 80 %
Shielding effectiveness
> 110 dB
Electrical insulation
> 2 M
< 0.5 
Fully-anechoic chamber 2 (8.6 meters×6.1 meters×3.85 meters) did not exceed following limits
along the EMC testing:
Ground system resistance
Temperature
Min. = 15 ℃, Max. = 30 ℃
Relative humidity
Min. = 35 %, Max. = 60 %
Shielding effectiveness
> 110 dB
Electrical insulation
> 2 M
Ground system resistance
Site voltage standing-wave ratio (SVSWR)
<1 
Between 0 and 6 dB, from 1GHz to 18GHz
Uniformity of field strength
Between 0 and 6 dB, from 80 to 4000 MHz
Semi-anechoic chamber 2 / Fully-anechoic chamber 3 (10 meters×6.7 meters×6.15 meters)
did not exceed following limits along the EMC testing:
Temperature
Min. = 15 ℃, Max. = 30 ℃
Relative humidity
Min. = 35 %, Max. = 60 %
Shielding effectiveness
> 100 dB
Electrical insulation
> 2 M
Ground system resistance
Normalised site attenuation (NSA)
< 0.5 
< ±3.5 dB, 3 m distance
Site voltage standing-wave ratio (SVSWR)
Between 0 and 6 dB, from 1GHz to 18GHz
Uniformity of field strength
Between 0 and 6 dB, from 80 to 3000 MHz
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6. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
GSM850
Items
List
Clause in FCC rules
Verdict
Output Power
22.913(a)
BR
Emission Limit
2.1051/22.917
BR
Frequency Stability
2.1055
BR
Occupied Bandwidth
2.1049(h)(i)
BR
Emission Bandwidth
22.917(b)
BR
Band Edge Compliance
22.917(b)
BR
Conducted Spurious Emission
2.1057/22.917
BR
PCS1900
Items
List
Clause in FCC rules
Verdict
Output Power
24.232(c)
BR
Emission Limit
2.1051/24.238
BR
Frequency Stability
2.1055/24.235
BR
Occupied Bandwidth
2.1049(h)(i)
BR
Emission Bandwidth
24.238(b)
BR
Band Edge Compliance
24.238(b)
BR
Conducted Spurious Emission
2.1057/24.238
BR
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
BR
Re-use test data from basic model report.
Fail, The EUT does not comply with the essential requirements in the
standard
6.1. Explanation of re-use of test data
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 KDB 484596, all the test results are derived from test report No.I18Z60479-WMD01. For detail
differences between two models please refer the Declaration of Changes document.
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7. Test Equipments Utilized
NO.
Description
TYPE
series
number
MANUFACTURE
CAL DUE
DATE
Calibration
interval
Test Receiver
ESU26
100235
R&S
2019-03-31
1 year
Test Receiver
ESU26
100376
R&S
2018-12-27
1 year
EMI Antenna
3117
00058889
ETS-Lindgren
2020-05-27
3 year
Universal Radio
Communication
Tester
CMU200
108646
R&S
2019-01-05
1 year
Universal Radio
Communication
Tester
CMW500
159082
R&S
2019-01-05
1 year
Spectrum
Analyzer
FSU26
200030
R&S
2019-06-04
1 year
EMI Antenna
VULB9163
9163-235
Schwarzbeck
2019-05-10
3 year
Signal Generator
SMF100A
101295
R&S
2018-12-23
1 year
Climate chamber
SH-242
93008556
ESPEC
2019-12-21
2 year
10
Loop Antenna
HFH2-Z2
829324/007
R&S
2018-12-14
3 year
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ANNEX A: MEASUREMENT RESULTS
A.1
OUTPUT POWER
A.1.1 Summary
During the process of testing, the EUT was controlled via Rhode & Schwarz Digital Radio
Communication tester (CMU-200) to ensure max power transmission and proper modulation.
In all cases, output power is within the specified limits.
A.1.2 Conducted
A.1.2.1 Method of Measurements
The EUT was set up for the max output power with pseudo random data modulation.
These measurements were done at 3 frequencies, 1850.2 MHz, 1880.0MHz and 1909.8MHz for
PCS1900 band; 824.4MHz, 836.6MHz and 848.8MHz for GSM850 band. (bottom, middle and top
of operational frequency range).
GSM850
Power step
Nominal Peak
output power (dBm)
GSM
33dBm(2W)
GPRS
33dBm(2W)
EGPRS
33dBm(2W)
Measurement result
GSM(GMSK)
Frequency(MHz)
Power Step
Output power(dBm)
824.2
31.53
836.6
31.58
848.8
31.54
Frequency(MHz)
Power Step
Output power(dBm)
824.2
31.57
836.6
31.65
848.8
31.54
Frequency(MHz)
Power Step
Output power(dBm)
824.2
27.22
836.6
27.08
848.8
27.30
GPRS(GMSK,1Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK,1Slot)
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PCS1900
Power step
Nominal Peak output
power (dBm)
GSM
30dBm(1W)
GPRS
30dBm(1W)
EGPRS
30dBm(1W)
Frequency(MHz)
Power Step
Output power(dBm)
1850.2
29.77
1880.0
29.51
1909.8
29.24
Frequency(MHz)
Power Step
Output power(dBm)
1850.2
29.82
1880.0
29.58
1909.8
29.32
Frequency(MHz)
Power Step
Output power(dBm)
1850.2
26.56
1880.0
25.60
1909.8
25.66
Measurement result
GSM(GMSK)
GPRS(GMSK,1Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK,1Slot)
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A.1.3 Radiated
A.1.3.1 Description
This is the test for the maximum radiated power from the EUT.
Rule Part 24.232(c) specifies, "Mobile/portable stations are limited to 2 watts e.i.r.p. Peak power"
and 24.232(c) specifies that "Peak transmit power must be measured over any interval of
continuous transmission using instrumentation calibrated in terms of an rms-equivalent voltage."
Rule Part 22.913(a) specifies ” The ERP of mobile transmitters and auxiliary test transmitters must
not exceed 7 Watts.”
A.1.3.2 Method of Measurement
The measurements procedures in TIA-603E-2016 are used.
1. EUT was placed on a 1.5 meter high non-conductive stand at a 3 meter test distance from the
receive antenna. A receiving antenna was placed on the antenna mast 3 meters from the EUT
for emission measurements. The height of receiving antenna is 1.5m. The test setup refers to
figure below. Detected emissions were maximized at each frequency by rotating the EUT
through 360° and adjusting the receiving antenna polarization. The radiated emission
measurements of all transmit frequencies in three channels (High, Middle, Low) were
measured with peak detector.
2. The EUT is then put into continuously transmitting mode at its maximum power level during
the test. And the maximum value of the receiver should be recorded as (Pr).
3. The EUT shall be replaced by a substitution antenna. The test setup refers to figure below.
In the chamber, an substitution antenna for the frequency band of interest is placed at the
reference point of the chamber. An RF Signal source for the frequency band of interest is
connected to the substitution antenna with a cable that has been constructed to not interfere
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with the radiation pattern of the antenna. A power (PMea) is applied to the input of the
substitution antenna, and adjust the level of the signal generator output until the value of the
receiver reach the previously recorded (Pr). The power of signal source (PMea) is recorded. The
test should be performed by rotating the test item and adjusting the receiving antenna
polarization.
4. A amplifier should be connected to the Signal Source output port. And the cable should be
connect between the Amplifier and the Substitution Antenna.
The cable loss (Pcl) ,the Substitution Antenna Gain (Ga) and the Amplifier Gain (PAg) should be
recorded after test.
The measurement results are obtained as described below:
Power(EIRP)=PMea- PAg - Pcl - Ga
5. This value is EIRP since the measurement is calibrated using an antenna of known gain (2.15
dBi) and known input power.
6. ERP can be calculated from EIRP by subtracting the gain of the dipole, ERP = EIRP -2.15dBi.
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GSM 850-ERP
Limits
Power Step
Burst Peak ERP (dBm)
GSM
≤38.45dBm (7W)
GPRS
≤38.45dBm (7W)
EGPRS
≤38.45dBm (7W)
Measurement result
GSM
Ga Antenna
Correction
Gain(dB)
(dB)
45.79
0.96
2.26
45.66
-15.88
2.28
45.54
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Pcl(dB)
PAg(dB)
824.20
-13.71
2.26
836.60
-14.68
848.80
-15.89
ERP(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
2.15
28.65
38.45
9.80
0.82
2.15
27.40
38.45
11.05
0.79
2.15
26.02
38.45
12.43
Ga Antenna
Correction
Gain(dB)
(dB)
ERP(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
45.79
0.96
2.15
28.63
38.45
9.82
2.26
45.66
0.82
2.15
27.39
38.45
11.06
2.28
45.54
0.79
2.15
26.01
38.45
12.44
Ga Antenna
Correction
Gain(dB)
(dB)
ERP(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Pcl(dB)
PAg(dB)
824.20
-13.69
2.26
836.60
-14.67
848.80
GPRS
EGPRS-8PSK
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Pcl(dB)
PAg(dB)
824.20
-18.79
2.26
45.79
0.96
2.15
23.55
38.45
14.90
836.60
-19.02
2.26
45.66
0.82
2.15
23.05
38.45
15.40
848.80
-20.02
2.28
45.54
0.79
2.15
21.88
38.45
16.57
Frequency: 836.60MHz
Peak ERP(dBm)=PMea(-13.69dBm)-Pcl(2.26dB)-PAg(-45.79dB)-Ga (-0.96dB)-2.15dB=28.65dBm
ANALYZER SETTINGS: RBW = VBW = 3MHz
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PCS1900-EIRP
Limits
Power Step
Burst Peak EIRP (dBm)
GSM
≤33dBm (2W)
GPRS
≤33dBm (2W)
EGPRS
≤33dBm (2W)
Measurement result
GSM
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Pcl(dB)
PAg(dB)
Ga Antenna Gain(dB)
EIRP(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
1850.20
-17.38
2.93
43.75
4.87
28.31
33.00
4.69
1880.00
-16.71
2.85
43.75
4.82
29.01
33.00
3.99
1909.80
-15.37
2.89
43.77
4.76
30.27
33.00
2.73
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Pcl(dB)
PAg(dB)
Ga Antenna Gain(dB)
EIRP(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
1850.20
-17.40
2.93
43.75
4.87
28.29
33.00
4.71
1880.00
-16.73
2.85
43.75
4.82
28.99
33.00
4.01
1909.80
-15.38
2.89
43.77
4.76
30.26
33.00
2.74
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Pcl(dB)
PAg(dB)
Ga Antenna Gain(dB)
EIRP(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
1850.20
-19.64
2.93
43.75
4.87
26.05
33.00
6.95
1880.00
-20.10
2.85
43.75
4.82
25.62
33.00
7.38
1909.80
-19.98
2.89
43.77
4.76
25.66
33.00
7.34
GPRS
EGPRS-8PSK
Frequency: 1850.20MHz
Peak EIRP(dBm)= PMea(-15.37dBm) - Pcl(2.89dB) - PAg(-43.77dB) - Ga (-4.76dB) = 30.27dBm
ANALYZER SETTINGS: RBW = VBW = 3MHz
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A.2
EMISSION LIMIT
A.2.1 Measurement Method
The measurement procedures in TIA-603E-2016 are used.
The spectrum was scanned from 30 MHz to the 10th harmonic of the highest frequency generated
within the equipment, which is the transmitted carrier that can be as high as 1910 MHz. The
resolution bandwidth is set as outlined in Part 24.238 and Part 22.917. The spectrum is scanned
with the mobile station transmitting at carrier frequencies that pertain to low, mid and high
channels of PCS1900 and GSM850.
The procedure of radiated spurious emissions is as follows:
1. EUT was placed on a 1.5 meter high non-conductive stand at a 3 meter test distance from the
receive antenna. A receiving antenna was placed on the antenna mast 3 meters from the EUT
for emission measurements. The height of receiving antenna is 1.5m. The test setup refers to
figure below. Detected emissions were maximized at each frequency by rotating the EUT
through 360° and adjusting the receiving antenna polarization. The radiated emission
measurements of all non-harmonic and harmonics of the transmit frequency through the 10th
harmonic were measured with peak detector. with peak detector.
2. The EUT is then put into continuously transmitting mode at its maximum power level during
the test. And the maximum value of the receiver should be recorded as (Pr).
3. The EUT shall be replaced by a substitution antenna. The test setup refers to figure below.
In the chamber, an substitution antenna for the frequency band of interest is placed at the
reference point of the chamber. An RF Signal source for the frequency band of interest is
connected to the substitution antenna with a cable that has been constructed to not interfere
with the radiation pattern of the antenna. A power (PMea) is applied to the input of the
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substitution antenna, and adjust the level of the signal generator output until the value of the
receiver reach the previously recorded (Pr). The power of signal source (PMea) is recorded. The
test should be performed by rotating the test item and adjusting the receiving antenna
polarization.
4. The Path loss (Ppl) between the Signal Source with the Substitution Antenna and the
Substitution Antenna Gain (Ga) should be recorded after test.
A amplifier should be connected in for the test.
The Path loss (Ppl) is the summation of the cable loss and the gain of the amplifier.
The measurement results are obtained as described below:
Power(EIRP)=PMea - Ppl - Ga
5. This value is EIRP since the measurement is calibrated using an antenna of known gain (2.15
dBi) and known input power.
6. ERP can be calculated from EIRP by subtracting the gain of the dipole, ERP = EIRP -2.15dBi.
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A.2.2 Measurement Limit
Part 24.238 and Part 22.917 specify that the power of any emission outside of the authorized
operating frequency ranges must be attenuated below the transmitting power (P) by a factor of at
least 43 + 10 log(P) dB.
The specification that emissions shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) by at least 43
+ 10 log (P) dB, translates in the relevant power range (1 to 0.001 W) to -13 dBm. At 1 W the
specified minimum attenuation becomes 43 dB and relative to a 30 dBm (1 W) carrier becomes a
limit of -13 dBm. At 0.001 W (0 dBm) the minimum attenuation is 13 dB, which again yields a limit
of -13 dBm. In this way a translation of the specification from relative to absolute terms is carried
out.
A.2.3 Measurement Results
Radiated emissions measurements were made only at the upper, middle, and lower carrier
frequencies of the PCS1900 band (1850.2 MHz, 1880 MHz and 1909.8 MHz) and GSM850 band
(824.2MHz, 836.6MHz, 848.8MHz) . It was decided that measurements at these three carrier
frequencies would be sufficient to demonstrate compliance with emissions limits because it was
seen that all the significant spurs occur well outside the band and no radiation was seen from a
carrier in one block of the PCS1900 ,GSM850 into any of the other blocks. The equipment must
still, however, meet emissions requirements with the carrier at all frequencies over which it is
capable of operating and it is the manufacturer's responsibility to verify this.
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A.2.4 Measurement Results Table
Frequency
Channel
Frequency Range
Result
GSM 850MHz
Low
30MHz-10GHz
Pass
Middle
30MHz-10GHz
Pass
High
30MHz-10GHz
Pass
Low
30MHz-20GHz
Pass
Middle
30MHz-20GHz
Pass
High
30MHz-20GHz
Pass
GSM 1900MHz
A.2.5 Sweep Table
Working
Frequency
850MHz
1900MHz
Subrange
(GHz)
0.03~1
1-2
2~5
5~8
8~10
0.03~1
1-2
2~5
5~8
8~11
11~14
14~18
18~20
RBW
VBW
Sweep time (s)
100KHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
100KHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
300KHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
300KHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
3 MHz
10
10
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GSM Mode Channel 128/824.2MHz
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Path
Loss
Antenna
Gain
Correction
(dB)
Peak
ERP(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
1648.01
2474.00
3297.02
4126.02
4946.01
5774.01
-45.78
-41.86
-51.91
-53.94
-56.05
-53.65
3.56
4.60
5.29
6.04
6.70
7.23
5.23
6.02
7.71
9.03
9.85
10.55
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
-46.26
-42.59
-51.64
-53.10
-55.05
-52.48
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
33.30
29.60
38.60
40.10
42.00
39.50
GSM Mode Channel 190/836.6MHz
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Path
Loss
Antenna
Gain
Correction
(dB)
Peak
ERP(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
1674.01
2510.00
3346.02
4188.02
5022.01
5871.01
-39.36
-44.00
-52.92
-53.97
-55.30
-53.82
3.58
4.63
5.31
6.18
6.57
7.30
5.19
6.12
7.83
9.09
9.93
10.53
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
-39.90
-44.66
-52.55
-53.21
-54.09
-52.74
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
26.90
31.70
39.60
40.20
41.10
39.70
GSM Mode Channel 251/848.8MHz
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Path
Loss
Antenna
Gain
Correction
(dB)
Peak
ERP(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
1698.01
2546.00
3407.02
4251.02
5096.01
5944.01
-41.16
-43.31
-55.26
-55.70
-55.49
-52.89
3.60
4.66
5.37
6.24
6.76
7.47
5.14
6.18
7.98
9.15
10.03
10.51
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
2.15
-41.77
-43.94
-54.80
-54.94
-54.37
-52.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
28.80
30.90
41.80
41.90
41.40
39.00
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GSM Mode Channel 512/1850.2MHz
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Path
Loss
Antenna
Gain
Peak
EIRP(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
3700.02
5553.02
7407.01
9255.01
11106.01
12965.01
-52.46
-45.14
-51.71
-54.01
-51.70
-39.16
6.43
7.18
8.14
9.05
9.81
10.48
8.48
10.59
12.09
13.25
13.18
13.48
-50.41
-41.73
-47.76
-49.81
-48.33
-36.16
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
37.41
28.73
34.76
36.81
35.33
23.16
GSM Mode Channel 661/1880.0MHz
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Path
Loss
Antenna
Gain
Peak
EIRP(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
3760.02
5644.02
7523.01
9392.01
11284.01
13172.01
-54.36
-43.79
-48.25
-55.69
-50.02
-44.23
6.26
7.27
8.30
9.04
9.90
10.62
8.56
10.57
12.22
13.34
13.14
13.74
-52.06
-40.49
-44.33
-51.39
-46.78
-41.11
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
39.06
27.49
31.33
38.39
33.78
28.11
GSM Mode Channel 810/1909.8MHz
Frequency(MHz)
PMea(dBm)
Path
Loss
Antenna
Gain
Peak
EIRP(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
Margin(dB)
Polarization
3819.02
5733.02
7642.01
9557.01
11467.01
13383.01
-56.91
-45.30
-47.84
-54.31
-50.13
-39.04
6.08
7.29
8.16
9.34
9.90
10.57
8.65
10.55
12.31
13.34
13.11
14.04
-54.34
-42.04
-43.69
-50.31
-46.92
-35.57
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
-13.00
41.34
29.04
30.69
37.31
33.92
22.57
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A.3
FREQUENCY STABILITY
A.3.1 Method of Measurement
In order to measure the carrier frequency under the condition of AFC lock, it is necessary to make
measurements with the EUT in a “call mode”. This is accomplished with the use of R&S CMU200
DIGITAL RADIO COMMUNICATION TESTER.
1. Measure the carrier frequency at room temperature.
2. Subject the EUT to overnight soak at -10℃.
3. With the EUT, powered via nominal voltage, connected to the CMU200 and in a simulated call
on mid channel of PCS 1900 and GSM850, measure the carrier frequency. These
measurements should be made within 2 minutes of Powering up the EUT, to prevent
significant self-warming.
4. Repeat the above measurements at 10℃ increments from -10℃ to +50℃. Allow at least 1 1/2
hours at each temperature, unpowered, before making measurements.
5. Remeasure carrier frequency at room temperature with nominal voltage. Vary supply voltage
from minimum voltage to maximum voltage, in 0.1Volt increments remeasuring carrier
frequency at each voltage. Pause at nominal voltage for 1 1/2 hours unpowered, to allow any
self-heating to stabilize, before continuing.
6. Subject the EUT to overnight soak at +50℃.
7. With the EUT, powered via nominal voltage, connected to the CMU200 and in a simulated call
on the centre channel, measure the carrier frequency. These measurements should be made
within 2 minutes of Powering up the EUT, to prevent significant self-warming.
8. Repeat the above measurements at 10 C increments from -10℃ to 50℃. Allow at least 1 1/2
hours at each temperature, unpowered, before making measurements.
9. At all temperature levels hold the temperature to +/- 0.5℃ during the measurement procedure.
A.3.2 Measurement Limit
A.3.2.1 For Hand carried battery powered equipment
According to the JTC standard the frequency stability of the carrier shall be accurate to within 0.1
ppm of the received frequency from the base station. This accuracy is sufficient to meet Sec.
24.235, Frequency Stability. The frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that the
fundamental emission stays within the authorized frequency block. As this transceiver is
considered "Hand carried, battery powered equipment" Section 2.1055(d)(2) applies. This requires
that the lower voltage for frequency stability testing be specified by the manufacturer. This
transceiver is specified to operate with an input voltage of between 3.5VDC and 4.4VDC, with a
nominal voltage of 3.8VDC. Operation above or below these voltage limits is prohibited by
transceiver software in order to prevent improper operation as well as to protect components from
overstress. These voltages represent a tolerance of -10 % and +12.5 %. For the purposes of
measuring frequency stability these voltage limits are to be used.
A.3.2.2 For equipment powered by primary supply voltage
According to the JTC standard the frequency stability of the carrier shall be accurate to within 0.1
ppm of the received frequency from the base station. This accuracy is sufficient to meet Sec.
24.235, Frequency Stability. The frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that the
fundamental emission stays within the authorized frequency block. For this EUT section
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2.1055(d)(1) applies. This requires varying primary supply voltage from 85 to 115 percent of the
nominal value for other than hand carried battery equipment.
A.3.3 Measurement results
GSM 850
Frequency Error vs Voltage
Voltage(V)
Frequency error(Hz)
Frequency error(ppm)
3.5
17
0.020
3.8
16
0.019
4.4
20
0.024
temperature(℃)
Frequency error(Hz)
Frequency error(ppm)
-10
18
0.022
16
0.019
10
14
0.017
20
16
0.020
30
17
0.021
40
18
0.021
50
15
0.017
Voltage(V)
Frequency error(Hz)
Frequency error(ppm)
3.5
-41
0.049
3.8
-38
0.045
4.4
-43
0.052
temperature(℃)
Frequency error(Hz)
Frequency error(ppm)
-10
-42
0.050
-36
0.043
10
-36
0.043
20
-36
0.044
30
-37
0.044
40
-39
0.047
50
-36
0.043
Frequency Error vs Temperature
EGPRS 850 - 8PSK
Frequency Error vs Voltage
Frequency Error vs Temperature
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PCS 1900
Frequency Error vs Voltage
Voltage(V)
Frequency error(Hz)
Frequency error(ppm)
3.5
33
0.018
3.8
32
0.017
4.4
36
0.019
temperature(℃)
Frequency error(Hz)
Frequency error(ppm)
-10
40
0.021
36
0.019
10
37
0.020
20
36
0.019
30
37
0.020
40
34
0.018
50
37
0.020
Voltage(V)
Frequency error(Hz)
Frequency error(ppm)
3.5
-55
0.029
3.8
-55
0.029
4.4
-57
0.030
temperature(℃)
Frequency error(Hz)
Frequency error(ppm)
-10
-53
0.028
-48
0.026
10
-45
0.024
20
-49
0.026
30
-55
0.029
40
-66
0.035
50
-48
0.026
Frequency Error vs Temperature
EGPRS 1900 - 8PSK
Frequency Error vs Voltage
Frequency Error vs Temperature
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A.4
OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH
Reference
FCC: CFR Part 2.1049(h)(i)
A.4.1 Occupied Bandwidth Results
Occupied bandwidth measurements are only provided for selected frequencies in order to reduce
the amount of submitted data. Data were taken at the extreme and mid frequencies of the US
Cellular/PCS frequency bands. The table below lists the measured 99% BW. Spectrum analyzer
plots are included on the following pages.
The measurement method is from KDB 9711681 4.2:
a) The spectrum analyzer center frequency is set to the nominal EUT channel center frequency.
The frequency span for the spectrum analyzer shall be set wide enough to capture all modulation
products including the emission skirts (i.e., two to five times the OBW).
b) The nominal IF filter bandwidth (3 dB RBW) shall be in the range of 1 to 5 % of the anticipated
OBW, and the VBW shall be at least 3 times the RBW.
c) Set the reference level of the instrument as required to keep the signal from exceeding the
maximum input mixer level for linear operation. In general, the peak of the spectral envelope must
be at least 10log (OBW / RBW) below the reference level.
d) Set the detection mode to peak, and the trace mode to max hold.
e) Use the 99 % power bandwidth function of the spectrum analyzer and report the measured
bandwidth.
GSM 850(99% BW)
Frequency(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)( kHz)
824.2
246.795
836.6
244.391
848.8
247.596
GSM 850
Channel 128-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
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* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.81 dBm
824.183974359 MHz
OBW246.794871795
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
11.71
824.076602564
T2
Temp
2 [T1 OBW]
10.84
824.323397436
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824.2 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:28:32
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Channel 190-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.70 dBm
836.596794872 MHz
OBW244.391025641
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
13.05
836.477403846
T2
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
11.87
836.721794872
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
836.6 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:29:04
Channel 251-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.54 dBm
848.819230769 MHz
OBW247.596153846
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
12.45
848.675801282
Temp
2 [T1 OBW]
T2
9.62
848.923397436
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
848.8 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:29:36
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GPRS 850(99% BW)
Frequency(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)( kHz)
824.2
245.192
836.6
243.590
848.8
241.987
GPRS 850
Channel 128-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
25.85 dBm
824.216826923 MHz
OBW245.192307692
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
10.27
824.078205128
T2
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
11.43
824.323397436
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824.2 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:51:16
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Channel 190-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
OBW243.589743590
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
12.77
836.477403846
T2
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
11.40
836.720993590
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.94 dBm
836.612019231 MHz
T1
10
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
836.6 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:51:48
Channel 251-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.56 dBm
848.779166667 MHz
OBW241.987179487
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
11.53
848.679807692
T2
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
11.34
848.921794872
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
848.8 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:52:20
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EGPRS 850-8PSK(99% BW)
Frequency(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)( kHz)
824.2
254.808
836.6
251.603
848.8
251.603
EGPRS 850-8PSK
Channel 128-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
21.82 dBm
824.219230769 MHz
OBW254.807692308
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
8.15
824.071794872
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
5.51
T2
824.326602564
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824.2 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:18:15
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Channel 190-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
OBW251.602564103
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
4.42
836.474198718
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
5.04
T2
836.725801282
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
21.15 dBm
836.590384615 MHz
10
T1
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
836.6 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:18:47
Channel 251-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
22.53 dBm
848.793589744 MHz
OBW251.602564103
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
4.78
848.675000000
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
3.65
T2 848.926602564
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
848.8 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:19:19
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PCS 1900(99% BW)
Frequency(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)( kHz)
1850.2
245.994
1880.0
243.590
1909.8
245.192
PCS 1900
Channel 512-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
24.55 dBm
1.850266506 GHz
OBW245.993589744
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
8.16
1.850076603
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
T2
7.89
1.850322596
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.8502 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:51:22
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Channel 661-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
OBW243.589743590
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
9.11
1.879878205
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
T2
9.21
1.880121795
20
1 AP *
VIEW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
25.88 dBm
1.879983974 GHz
T1
10
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.88 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:51:55
Channel 810-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
30
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
24.50 dBm
1.909783974 GHz
OBW245.192307693
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
8.49
1.909677404
T2
Temp
2 [T1 OBW]
10.74
1.909922596
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.9098 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:52:27
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GPRS 1900(99% BW)
Frequency(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)( kHz)
1850.2
246.795
1880.0
245.994
1909.8
245.994
GPRS 1900
Channel 512-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
30
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
24.51 dBm
1.850210417 GHz
OBW246.794871795
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
7.51
1.850076603
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
T2
7.88
1.850323397
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.8502 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
14:08:46
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Channel 661-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
OBW245.993589744
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
8.57
1.879878205
Temp
2 [T1 OBW]
T2
9.58
1.880124199
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
23.17 dBm
1.880010417 GHz
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.88 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
14:09:18
Channel 810-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
30
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
20
1 AP *
VIEW
T1
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
24.19 dBm
1.909787179 GHz
OBW245.993589744
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
8.96
1.909677404
Temp
2 [T1 OBW]
T2
9.60
1.909923397
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.9098 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
14:09:50
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EGPRS 1900-8PSK(99% BW)
Frequency(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)( kHz)
1850.2
246.795
1880.0
250.000
1909.8
247.596
EGPRS 1900-8PSK
Channel 512-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
19.63 dBm
1.850204808 GHz
OBW246.794871795
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
4.16
1.850077404
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
5.57
T2
1.850324199
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.8502 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:30:54
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Channel 661-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
OBW250.000000000
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
3.47
1.879875801
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
2.99
1.880125801
T2
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
20.40 dBm
1.879976763 GHz
10
T1
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.88 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:31:26
Channel 810-Occupied Bandwidth (99% BW)
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 AP *
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
21.44 dBm
1.909812019 GHz
OBW247.596153846
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
4.56
1.909676603
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
5.82
T2
1.909924199
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz
TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.9098 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:31:58
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A.5
EMISSION BANDWIDTH
Reference
FCC: CFR Part 22.917(b), 24.238(a)
A.5.1Emission Bandwidth Results
The emission bandwidth is defined as the width of the signal between two points, one below the carrier
center frequency and one above the carrier center frequency, outside of which all emissions are
attenuated at least 26 dB below the transmitter power.
GSM 850
Frequency(MHz)
Emission Bandwidth ( kHz)
824.2
317.31
836.6
320.51
848.8
318.91
GSM 850
Channel 128-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
27.00 dBm
824.191185897 MHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 317.307692308
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
1.16
824.042147436
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
1.32
T2
824.359455128
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824.2 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:30:45
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Channel 190-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.47 dBm
836.615224359 MHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 320.512820513
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
0.41
836.440544872
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
0.66
T2
836.761057692
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
836.6 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:31:53
Channel 251-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.31 dBm
848.787179487 MHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 318.910256410
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
0.74
848.639743590
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
0.35
T2
848.958653846
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
848.8 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:33:00
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GPRS 850
Frequency(MHz)
Emission Bandwidth ( kHz)
824.2
317.31
836.6
318.11
848.8
318.91
GPRS 850
Channel 128-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.66 dBm
824.209615385 MHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 317.307692308
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
0.24
824.042147436
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
0.74
T2
824.359455128
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824.2 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:53:29
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Channel 190-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.95 dBm
836.609615385 MHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 318.108974359
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
1.31
836.442147436
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
0.75
T2
836.760256410
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
836.6 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:54:36
Channel 251-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
30
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
26.30 dBm
848.821634615 MHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 318.910256410
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
0.53
848.642147436
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
0.63
T2
848.961057692
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
848.8 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:55:43
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EGPRS 850-8PSK
Frequency(MHz)
Emission Bandwidth ( kHz)
824.2
321.31
836.6
320.51
848.8
317.31
EGPRS 850-8PSK
Channel 128-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
21.48 dBm
824.209615385 MHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 321.314102564
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-4.68
824.036538462
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-4.98
824.357852564
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
T2
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824.2 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:20:28
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Channel 190-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 320.512820513
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-5.07
836.439743590
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-5.09
836.760256410
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
21.01 dBm
836.596794872 MHz
T1
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
T2
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
836.6 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:21:35
Channel 251-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
22.07 dBm
848.792788462 MHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 317.307692308
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-4.17
848.643750000
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-4.01
848.961057692
dB
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz TDF
T2
T1
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
848.8 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:22:42
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PCS 1900
Frequency(MHz)
Emission Bandwidth ( kHz)
1850.2
316.51
1880.0
311.70
1909.8
314.90
PCS 1900
Channel 512-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
24.63 dBm
1.850182372 GHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 316.506410256
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-1.37
1.850042949
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-1.85
1.850359455
T2
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.8502 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:53:35
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Channel 661-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
25.56 dBm
1.880067308 GHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 311.698717949
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-0.21
1.879844551
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-0.80
1.880156250
T2
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.88 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:54:42
Channel 810-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
24.50 dBm
1.909868109 GHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 314.903846154
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-1.59
1.909642949
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-1.55
1.909957853
T2
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.9098 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
10:55:50
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GPRS 1900
Frequency(MHz)
Emission Bandwidth ( kHz)
1850.2
314.90
1880.0
314.90
1909.8
319.71
GPRS 1900
Channel 512-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
30
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
23.91 dBm
1.850180769 GHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 314.903846154
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-2.25
1.850043750
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-2.30
1.850358654
T2
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.8502 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
14:10:58
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Channel 661-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
30
SWT 20 ms
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 314.903846154
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-1.89
1.879844551
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-2.25
1.880159455
T2
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
24.16 dBm
1.879979968 GHz
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.88 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
14:12:05
Channel 810-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
23.74 dBm
1.909835256 GHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 319.711538461
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-2.43
1.909641346
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-2.18
1.909961058
T2
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.9098 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
14:13:13
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EGPRS 1900-8PSK
Frequency(MHz)
Emission Bandwidth( kHz)
1850.2
311.70
1880.0
316.51
1909.8
320.51
EGPRS 1900-8PSK
Channel 512-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
T1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
20.70 dBm
1.850209615 GHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 311.698717949
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-5.06
1.850044551
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-5.81
1.850356250
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
T2
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.8502 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:33:07
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Channel 661-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 316.506410256
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-5.97
1.879841346
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-6.13
1.880157853
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
19.99 dBm
1.879987981 GHz
10
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
T1
T2
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.88 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:34:14
Channel 810-Emission Bandwidth
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
30 dBm
Att
55 dB
SWT 20 ms
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
19.89 dBm
1.909788782 GHz
ndB [T1]
26.00
BW 320.512820513
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-6.44
1.909639744
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
-6.33
1.909960256
dB
kHz
dBm
GHz
dBm
GHz TDF
T2
T1
-10
-20
EXT
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.9098 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
50 kHz/
Span
500 kHz
13:35:22
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A.6
BAND EDGE COMPLIANCE
Reference
FCC: CFR Part 22.917(b), 24.238(a)
Measurement limit
On any frequency outside frequency band of the US Cellular/PCS spectrum, the power of any
emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P, in Watts) by at least 43+10Log (P)
dB. For all power levels +30 dBm to 0 dBm, this becomes a constant specification limit of -13 dBm.
According to KDB 9711681 6.0, a relaxation of the reference bandwidth is often provided for
measurements within a specified frequency range at the edge of the authorized frequency
block/band. This is often implemented by permitting the use of a narrower RBW (typically limited to
a minimum RBW of 1% of the OBW) for measuring the out-of-band emissions without a
requirement to integrate the result over the full reference bandwidth.
GSM 850
LOW BAND EDGE BLOCK-A (GSM850)-Channel 128
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
* SWT 300 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-15.05 dBm
823.996794872 MHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
10:33:09
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HIGH BAND EDGE BLOCK-C (GSM850) –Channel 251
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
20 dB
* SWT 300 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-14.58 dBm
849.022435897 MHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
849 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
10:35:14
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GPRS 850
LOW BAND EDGE BLOCK-A (GSM850)-Channel 128
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
* SWT 300 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-16.17 dBm
823.980769231 MHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
13:55:52
HIGH BAND EDGE BLOCK-C (GSM850) –Channel 251
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
* SWT 300 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-14.37 dBm
849.004807692 MHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
849 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
13:57:56
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EGPRS 850-8PSK
LOW BAND EDGE BLOCK-A (GSM850)-Channel 128
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
* SWT 300 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-23.62 dBm
823.995192308 MHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
824 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
13:22:51
HIGH BAND EDGE BLOCK-C (GSM850) –Channel 251
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
20 dB
* SWT 300 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-19.86 dBm
849.014423077 MHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
849 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
13:24:55
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PCS 1900
LOW BAND EDGE BLOCK-A (PCS-1900)-Channel 512
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
* SWT 300 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-18.36 dBm
1.849995192 GHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.85 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
10:55:59
HIGH BAND EDGE BLOCK-C (PCS-1900) –Channel 810
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
20 dB
* SWT 300 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-15.56 dBm
1.910022436 GHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.91 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
10:58:03
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GPRS 1900
LOW BAND EDGE BLOCK-A (PCS-1900)-Channel 512
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
* SWT 300 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-18.25 dBm
1.849998397 GHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.85 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
14:13:22
HIGH BAND EDGE BLOCK-C (PCS-1900) –Channel 810
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
20 dB
* SWT 300 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-16.74 dBm
1.910012821 GHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.91 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
14:15:26
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EGPRS 1900-8PSK
LOW BAND EDGE BLOCK-A (PCS-1900)-Channel 512
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
* SWT 300 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-26.42 dBm
1.849990385 GHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.85 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
13:35:31
HIGH BAND EDGE BLOCK-C (PCS-1900) –Channel 810
* RBW 5 kHz
* VBW 20 kHz
Ref
* Att
25 dBm
* SWT 300 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-24.81 dBm
1.910001603 GHz
20
1 RM *
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
2224
-20
EXT
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
1.91 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
100 kHz/
Span
1 MHz
13:37:35
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A.7
CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION
Reference
FCC: CFR Part 2.1057, 22.917, 24.238.
A.7.1 Measurement Method
The following steps outline the procedure used to measure the conducted emissions from the
EUT.
1. Determine frequency range for measurements: From CFR 2.1057 the spectrum should be
investigated from the lowest radio frequency generated in the equipment up to at least the
10th harmonic of the carrier frequency. For the mobile station equipment tested, this equates
to a frequency range of 13 MHz to 9 GHz, data taken from 10 MHz to 25 GHz.
2. Determine EUT transmit frequencies: below outlines the band edge frequencies pertinent to
conducted emissions testing.
3. According to KDB 9711681 6.0, the applicable rule part specifies the reference bandwidth for
measuring unwanted emission levels (typically, 100 kHz if the authorized frequency
band/block is at or below 1 GHz and 1 MHz if the authorized frequency band/block is above 1
GHz)
GSM850 Transmitter
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
128
824.2
190
836.6
251
848.8
PCS1900 Transmitter
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
512
1850.2
661
1880.0
810
1909.8
A. 7.2 Measurement Limit
Part 24.238 and Part 22.917 specify that the power of any emission outside of the authorized
operating frequency ranges must be attenuated below the transmitting power (P) by a factor of at
least 43 + 10 log(P) dB.
The specification that emissions shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) by at least 43
+ 10 log (P) dB, translates in the relevant power range (1 to 0.001 W) to -13 dBm. At 1 W the
specified minimum attenuation becomes 43 dB and relative to a 30 dBm (1 W) carrier becomes a
limit of -13 dBm. At 0.001 W (0 dBm) the minimum attenuation is 13 dB, which again yields a limit
of -13 dBm. In this way a translation of the specification from relative to absolute terms is carried
out.
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A.7.3 Measurement result
GSM850
Channel 128: 30MHz – 1GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
NOTE: peak above the limit line is the carrier frequency.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
31.74 dBm
825.897435897
MHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
30 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
97 MHz/
Stop
1 GHz
10:37:41
Channel 128: 1GHz – 2.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-31.46 dBm
2.350961538 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
1 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
150 MHz/
Stop
2.5 GHz
10:38:10
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Channel 128: 2.5GHz – 7.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-29.40 dBm
6.193910256 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
2.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
7.5 GHz
10:38:38
Channel 128: 7.5GHz –10GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-29.05 dBm
9.447115385 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
7.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
250 MHz/
Stop
10 GHz
10:39:06
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Channel 190: 30MHz – 1GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm
NOTE: peak above the limit line is the carrier frequency.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
31.94 dBm
838.333333333
MHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
30 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
97 MHz/
Stop
1 GHz
10:39:35
Channel 190: 1GHz –2.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-24.10 dBm
2.461538462 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
1 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
150 MHz/
Stop
2.5 GHz
10:40:03
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Channel 190: 2.5GHz –7.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-28.98 dBm
3.573717949 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
2.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
7.5 GHz
10:40:32
Channel 190: 7.5GHz –10GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-28.87 dBm
9.883814103 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
7.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
250 MHz/
Stop
10 GHz
10:41:00
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Channel 251: 30MHz – 1GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
NOTE: peak above the limit line is the carrier frequency.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
31.77 dBm
850.769230769
MHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
30 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
97 MHz/
Stop
1 GHz
10:41:28
Channel 251: 1GHz – 2.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-31.61 dBm
2.468750000 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
1 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
150 MHz/
Stop
2.5 GHz
10:41:57
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Channel 251:2.5GHz – 7.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-29.03 dBm
3.317307692 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
2.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
7.5 GHz
10:42:25
Channel 251: 7.5GHz – 10GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-28.34 dBm
8.493589744 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
7.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
250 MHz/
Stop
10 GHz
10:42:53
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PCS1900
Channel 512: 30MHz – 1GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-33.56 dBm
235.192307692 MHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
30 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
97 MHz/
Stop
1 GHz
11:00:30
Channel 512: 1GHz – 2.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
NOTE: peak above the limit line is the carrier frequency.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT1 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
29.11 dBm
1.850961538 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
1 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
150 MHz/
Stop
2.5 GHz
11:00:58
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Channel 512: 2.5GHz – 7.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-29.04 dBm
7.395833333 GHz
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
2.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
7.5 GHz
11:01:26
Channel 512: 7.5GHz –10GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-28.72 dBm
9.254807692 GHz
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 20 ms
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
7.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
250 MHz/
Stop
10 GHz
11:01:54
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Channel 512: 10GHz –15GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-26.33 dBm
14.879807692 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
10 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
15 GHz
11:02:22
Channel 512: 15GHz –20GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-26.18 dBm
18.870192308 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
15 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
20 GHz
11:02:50
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Channel 661: 30MHz – 1GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-32.43 dBm
898.958333333 MHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
30 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
97 MHz/
Stop
1 GHz
11:03:19
Channel 661: 1GHz –2.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm
NOTE: peak above the limit line is the carrier frequency.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 1
5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
29.55 dBm
1.882211538 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
1 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
150 MHz/
Stop
2.5 GHz
11:03:47
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Channel 661: 2.5GHz –7.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-29.05 dBm
3.501602564 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
2.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
7.5 GHz
11:04:15
Channel 661: 7.5GHz –10GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 20 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-28.90 dBm
9.447115385 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
7.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
250 MHz/
Stop
10 GHz
11:04:43
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Channel 661: 10GHz –15GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-26.83 dBm
13.838141026 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
10 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
15 GHz
11:05:12
Channel 661: 15GHz –20GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-25.52 dBm
17.051282051 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
15 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
20 GHz
11:05:40
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Channel 810: 30MHz – 1GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-32.93 dBm
30.000000000 MHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
1 -30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
30 MHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
97 MHz/
Stop
1 GHz
11:06:09
Channel 810: 1GHz – 2.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
NOTE: peak above the limit line is the carrier frequency.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 5 1ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
29.17 dBm
1.911057692 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
1 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
150 MHz/
Stop
2.5 GHz
11:06:37
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Channel 810:2.5GHz – 7.5GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-28.97 dBm
3.461538462 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
2.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
7.5 GHz
11:07:05
Channel 810: 7.5GHz – 10GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 20 ms
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-28.78 dBm
8.597756410 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
7.5 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
250 MHz/
Stop
10 GHz
11:07:33
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Channel 810: 10GHz –15GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-27.03 dBm
14.863782051 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
10 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
15 GHz
11:08:01
Channel 810: 15GHz –20GHz
Spurious emission limit –13dBm.
* RBW 1 MHz
Ref
* Att
5 dBm
20 dB
VBW 3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-26.08 dBm
19.591346154 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
-10
2224
-20
TDF
-30
-40
EXT
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Start
15 GHz
Date: 2.MAY.2018
500 MHz/
Stop
20 GHz
11:08:29
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