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HAC T-Coil TESTREPORT
No.I16Z42454-SEM04
For
TCL Communication Ltd.
GSM Quad-band/HSPA-UMTS Six-band/LTE 19 band mobile phone
Modelname: BBB100-1
With
Hardware Version: 05
Software Version: AAJ048
FCC ID: 2ACCJN016
Results Summary: T Category = T3
Issued Date: 2017-2-22
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.
Test Laboratory:
CTTL, Telecommunication Technology Labs, Academy of Telecommunication Research, MIIT
No. 51 Shouxiang Science Building, Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing, P. R. China100191
Tel:+86(0)10-62304633-2512,Fax:+86(0)10-62304633-2504
Email:cttl_terminals@catr.cn, website:www.chinattl.com
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REPORT HISTORY
Report Number
I16Z42454-SEM04
Revision
Rev.0
Issue Date
2017-2-22
Description
Initial creation of test report
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TABLE OF CONTENT
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 AIR INTERFACES / BANDS INDICATING OPERATING MODES .................................................................. 6
4 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER MEASUREMENT ................................................................... 7
4.1 SUMMARY ........................................................................................................................................ 7
4.2 CONDUCTED POWER ........................................................................................................................ 7
5 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ........................................................................................................ 7
5.1 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS FOR TESTING ............................................................................................ 7
6 OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS DURING TEST ........................................................................... 8
6.1 HAC MEASUREMENT SET-UP..................................................................................................... 8
6.2 AM1D PROBE .................................................................................................................................. 9
6.3 AMCC........................................................................................................................................... 10
6.4 AMMI ............................................................................................................................................ 10
6.5 TEST ARCH PHANTOM &PHONE POSITIONER ................................................................................... 10
6.6ROBOTIC SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................... 11
6.7 T-COIL MEASUREMENT POINTS AND REFERENCE PLANE ..................................................................... 11
7 T-COIL TEST PROCEDUERES ................................................................................................. 13
8 T-COIL PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................. 14
8.1 T-COIL COUPLING FIELD INTENSITY .................................................................................................. 14
8.2 FREQUENCY RESPONSE.................................................................................................................. 14
9 HAC T-COIL TEST DATA SUMMARY........................................................................................ 16
9.1 NOISE AMBIENT .............................................................................................................................. 16
9.2 T-COIL COUPLING FIELD INTENSITY................................................................................................. 16
9.2.1 TRANSVERSE FIELD INTENSITY .................................................................................................... 16
9.2.2 PERPENDICULAR FIELD INTENSITY ............................................................................................... 16
9.3 FREQUENCY RESPONSE AT PERPENDICULAR MEASUREMENT POINT ................................................. 17
9.4 SIGNAL QUALITY ............................................................................................................................ 17
9.5 TOTAL MEASUREMENT CONCLUSION ............................................................................................... 17
10 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ........................................................................................... 18
11 MAIN TEST INSTRUMENTS .................................................................................................... 19
ANNEX A TEST LAYOUT .............................................................................................................. 20
ANNEX B TEST PLOTS ................................................................................................................ 21
ANNEX C FREQUENCY REPONSE CURVES ............................................................................. 41
ANNEX D PROBE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE ....................................................................... 44
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1 Test Laboratory
1.1 Testing Location
CompanyName:
CTTL(Shouxiang)
Address:
No. 51 Shouxiang Science Building, Xueyuan Road, Haidian District,
Beijing, P. R. China100191
1.2 Testing Environment
Temperature:
18°C~25°C,
30%~ 70%
Relative humidity:
< 0.5 Ω
Ambient noise is checked and found very low and in compliance with requirement of standards.
Reflection of surrounding objects is minimized and in compliance with requirement of standards.
Ground system resistance:
1.3 Project Data
Project Leader:
Qi Dianyuan
Test Engineer:
Lin Hao
Testing Start Date:
January 11, 2017
Testing End Date:
January 11, 2017
1.4 Signature
Lin Xiaojun
(Prepared this test report)
Qi Dianyuan
(Reviewed this test report)
Lu Bingsong
Deputy Director of the laboratory
(Approved this test report)
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2 Client Information
2.1 Applicant Information
Company Name:
TCL Communication Ltd.
Address /Post:
5F, C building, No. 232, Liang Jing Road ZhangJiang High-Tech Park,
Pudong Area Shanghai, P.R. China. 201203
City:
Shanghai
Postal Code:
201203
Country:
P.R.China
Contact:
Gong Zhizhou
Email:
zhizhou.gong@tcl.com
Telephone:
0086-21- 31363544
Fax:
0086-21-61460602
2.2 Manufacturer Information
Company Name:
TCL Communication Ltd.
Address /Post:
5F, C building, No. 232, Liang Jing Road ZhangJiang High-Tech Park,
Pudong Area Shanghai, P.R. China. 201203
City:
Shanghai
Postal Code:
201203
Country:
P.R.China
Contact:
Gong Zhizhou
Email:
zhizhou.gong@tcl.com
Telephone:
0086-21- 31363544
Fax:
0086-21-61460602
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3 Equipment Under Test (EUT) and Ancillary Equipment (AE)
3.1 About EUT
Description:
GSM Quad-band/HSPA-UMTS Six-band/LTE 19 band mobile phone
Model name:
BBB100-1
GSM 850/900/1800/1900, UMTS FDD 1/2/4/5/6/8, BT, Wi-Fi
LTE Band 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/19/20/28/29/30/38/39/40/41
Operating mode(s):
3.2 Internal Identification of EUT used during the test
EUT ID*
IMEI
HW Version
SW Version
EUT1
004402243180951
05
AAJ048
EUT2
004402243180936
05
AAJ048
*EUT ID: is used to identify the test sample in the lab internally.
Note: It is performed to test T-coil with the EUT1 and conducted power with the EUT2.
3.3 Internal Identification of AE used during the test
AE ID*
Description
Model
SN
Manufacturer
AE1
Battery
BAT-63108-003
CAC3440001C3
ATL
AE2
Battery
TLp034E1
CAC3440003C1
BYD
*AE ID: is used to identify the test sample in the lab internally.
Note: It is performed to test HAC with the AE1.
3.4 Air Interfaces / Bands Indicating Operating Modes
Air-interface
Band(MHz)
850
1900
850
GPRS/EDGE
1900
850
1700
WCDMA
(UMTS)
1900
HSPA
Band
1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/
LTE
13/17/19/20/28/29
30/38/39/40/41
BT
2450
WLAN
2450
GSM
Type
C63.19/tested
VO
Yes
DT
NA
VO
Yes
DT
NA
V/D.
DT
DT
VO: Voice CMRS/PSTN Service Only
Simultaneous
Transmissions
OTT
BT, WLAN
NA
Power
Reduction
NA
No
BT, WLAN
NA
NA
NA
BT, WLAN
NA
NA
NA
NA
GSM, WCDMA, LTE
GSM, WCDMA, LTE
NA
NA
NA
NA
V/D: Voice CMRS/PSTN and Data Service
DT: Digital Transport
* HAC Rating was not based on concurrent voice and data modes, Non current mode was found to represent worst
case rating for both M and T rating
Note:1.= No Associated T-Coil measurement has been made in accordance with 285076 D02 T-Coil testing for
CMRS IP
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4 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER MEASUREMENT
4.1 Summary
During the process of testing, the EUT was controlled via Agilent Digital Radio Communication
tester (E5515C) to ensure the maximum power transmission and proper modulation.This result
contains conducted output power for the EUT.In all cases, the measured output power should be
greater and within 5% than EMI measurement.
4.2 Conducted Power
Conducted Power (dBm)
GSM
850MHz
Channel 251(848.8MHz)
Channel 190(836.6MHz)
Channel 128(824.2MHz)
31.54
31.50
GSM
1900MHz
Channel 810(1909.8MHz)
WCDMA
850MHz
Channel 4233(846.6MHz)
31.51
Conducted Power(dBm)
Channel 661(1880MHz)
29.32
Conducted Power (dBm)
Channel 4182(836.4MHz)
23.23
WCDMA
1700MHz
WCDMA
1900MHz
29.32
23.50
Channel 512(1850.2MHz)
29.39
Channel 4132(826.4MHz)
23.35
Conducted Power (dBm)
Channel 1513 (1752.6MHz)
23.14
Channel 1412 (1732.4MHz)
23.22
Channel 1312 (1712.4MHz)
23.22
Conducted Power (dBm)
Channel 9538(1907.6MHz)
Channel 9400(1880MHz)
Channel 9262(1852.4MHz)
23.93
23.72
23.76
5 Reference Documents
5.1 Reference Documents for testing
The following document listed in this section is referred for testing.
Reference
Title
Version
ANSI C63.19-2011
American National Standard for Methods of Measurement
of Compatibility between Wireless Communication Devices
and Hearing Aids
2011
Edition
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6 OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS DURING TEST
6.1 HAC MEASUREMENT SET-UP
These measurements are performed using the DASY5 NEO automated dosimetric assessment
system. It is made by Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (SPEAG) in Zurich, Switzerland. It
consists of high precision robotics system (Stäubli), robot controller, Intel Core2 computer,
near-field probe, probe alignment sensor. The robot is a six-axis industrial robot performing precise
movements. A cell controller system contains the power supply, robot controller, teach pendant
(Joystick),and remote control, is used to drive the robot motors. The PC consists of the HP Intel
Core21.86 GHz computer with Windows XP system and HAC Measurement Software DASY5
NEO, A/D interface card, monitor, mouse, and keyboard. The Stäubli Robot is connected to the cell
controller to allow software manipulation of the robot. A data acquisition electronic (DAE)circuit
performs the signal amplification, signal multiplexing, AD-conversion, offset measurements,
mechanical surface detection, collision detection, etc. is connected to the Electro-optical coupler
(EOC). The EOC performs the conversion from the optical into digital electric signal of the DAE and
transfers data to the PC plug-in card.
Figure 6.1 HAC Test Measurement Set-up
The DAE4 consists of a highly sensitive electrometer-grade preamplifier with auto-zeroing, a
channel and gain-switching multiplexer, a fast 16 bit AD-converter and a command decoder and
control logic unit. Transmission to the PC-card is accomplished through an optical downlink for data
and status information and an optical uplink for commands and clock lines. The mechanical probe
mounting device includes two different sensor systems for frontal and sidewise probe contacts.
They are also used for mechanical surface detection and probe collision detection. The robot uses
its own controller with a built in VME-bus computer.
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Figure 6.2T-Coil setup with HAC Test Arch and AMCC
6.2 AM1D probe
The AM1D probe is an active probe with a single sensor. It is fully RF-shielded and has a rounded
tip 6mm in diameter incorporating a pickup coil with its center offset 3mm from the tip and the sides.
The symmetric signal preamplifier in the probe is fed via the shielded symmetric output cable from
the AMMI with a 48V ”phantom” voltage supply. The 7-pin connector on the back in the axis of the
probe does not carry any signals. It is mounted to the DAE for the correct orientation of the sensor.
If the probe axis is tilted 54.7 degree from the vertical, the sensor is approximately vertical when the
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signal connector is at the underside of the probe (cable hanging downwards).
Specification:
Frequency range
0.1~20kHz (RF sensitivity < -100dB, fully RF shielded)
Sensitivity
< -50dB A/m @ 1kHz
Pre-amplifier
40dB, symmetric
Dimensions
Tip diameter/length: 6/290mm, sensor according to ANSI-C63.19
6.3 AMCC
The Audio Magnetic Calibration coil is a Helmholtz Coil designed for calibration of the AM1D probe.
The two horizontal coils generate a homogeneous magnetic field in the z direction. The DC input
resistance is adjusted by a series resistor to approximately 50Ohm, and a shunt resistor of 10Ohm
permits monitoring the current with a scale of 1:10
Port description:
Signal
Connector
Resistance
Coil In
BNC
Typically 50Ohm
Coil Monitor
BNO
10Ohm±1% (100mV corresponding to 1 A/m)
Specification:
Dimensions
370 x 370 x 196 mm, according to ANSI-C63.19
6.4 AMMI
Figure 6.3AMMI front panel
The Audio Magnetic Measuring Instrument (AMMI) is a desktop 19-inch unit containing a sampling
unit, a waveform generator for test and calibration signals, and a USB interface.
Specification:
Sampling rate
48 kHz / 24 bit
Dynamic range
85 dB
Test signal generation
User selectable and predefined (vis PC)
Calibration
Auto-calibration / full system calibration using AMCC with monitor output
Dimensions
482 x 65 x 270 mm
6.5 Test Arch Phantom &Phone Positioner
The Test Arch phantom should be positioned horizontally on a stable surface. Reference markings
on the Phantom allow the complete setup of all predefined phantom positions and measurement
grids by manually teaching three points in the robot. It enables easy and well defined positioning of
the phone and validation dipoles as well as simple teaching of the robot (Dimensions: 370 x 370 x
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370 mm).
The Phone Positioner supports accurate and reliable positioning of any phone with effect on near
field <±0.5 dB.
Figure 6.4HAC Phantom & Device Holder
6.6Robotic System Specifications
Specifications
Positioner: Stäubli Unimation Corp. Robot Model: RX160L
Repeatability: ±0.02 mm
No. of Axis: 6
Data Acquisition Electronic (DAE) System
Cell Controller
Processor:Intel Core2
Clock Speed: 1.86GHz
Operating System: Windows XP
Data Converter
Features:Signal Amplifier, multiplexer, A/D converter, and control logic
Software: DASY5 software
Connecting Lines:Optical downlink for data and status info.
Optical uplink for commands and clock
6.7 T-Coil measurement points and reference plane
Figure 6.5 illustrates the standard probe orientations. Position 1 is the perpendicular orientation of
the probe coil; orientation 2 is the transverse orientations. The space between the measurement
positions is not fixed. It is recommended that a scan of the WD be done for each probe coil
orientation and that the maximum level recorded be used as the reading for that orientation of the
probe coil.
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1) The reference plane is the planar area that contains the highest point in the area of the phone
that normally rests against the user’s ear. It is parallel to the centerline of the receiver area of the
phone and is defined by the points of the receiver-end of the WD handset, which, in normal handset
use, rest against the ear.
2) The measurement plane is parallel to, and 10 mm in front of, the reference plane.
3) The reference axis is normal to the reference plane and passes through the center of the
receiver speaker section (or the center of the hole array); or may be centered on a secondary
inductive source. The actual location of the measurement point shall be noted in the test report as
the measurement reference point.
4) The measurement points may be located where the axial and radial field intensity measurements
are optimum with regard to the requirements. However, the measurement points should be near
the acoustic output of the WD and shall be located in the same half of the phone as the WD receiver.
In a WD handset with a centered receiver and a circularly symmetrical magnetic field, the
measurement axis and the reference axis would coincide.
5) The relative spacing of each measurement orientation is not fixed. The axial and two radial
orientations should be chosen to select the optimal position.
6) The measurement point for the axial position is located 10 mm from the reference plane on the
measurement axis. The actual location of the measurement point shall be noted in test reports and
designated as the measurement reference point.
Figure 6.5 Axis and planes for WD audio frequency magnetic field measurements
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7 T-Coil TEST PROCEDUERES
The following illustrate a typical test scan over a wireless communications device:
1) Geometry and signal check: system probe alignment, proper operation of the field probe, probe
measurement system, other instrumentation, and the positioning system was confirmed. A surface
calibration was performed before each setup change to ensure repeatable spacing and proper
maintenance of the measurement plane using the test Arch.
2) Set the reference drive level of signal voice defined in C63.19 per 7.4.2.1.
3) The ambient and test system background noise (dB A/m) was measured as well as ABM2 over
the full measurement. The maximum noise level must be at least 10dB below the limit.
4) The DUT was positioned in its intended test position, acoustic output point of the device
perpendicular to the field probe.
5) The DUT operation for maximum rated RF output power was configured and connected by using
of coaxial cable connection to the base station simulator at the test channel and other normal
operating parameters as intended for the test. The battery was ensured to be fully charged before
each test. The center sub-grid was centered over the center of the acoustic output (also audio band
magnetic output, if applicable). The DUT audio output was positioned tangent (as physically
possible) to the measurement plane.
6) The DUT’s RF emission field was eliminated from T-coil results by using a well RF-shielding of
the probe, AM1D, and by using of coaxial cable connection to a Base Station Simulator. One test
channel was pre-measurement to avoid this possibility.
7) Determined the optimal measurement locations for the DUT by following the three steps, coarse
resolution scan, fine resolution scans, and point measurement, as described in C63.19 per 7.4.4.2.
At each measurement locations, samples in the measurement window duration were evaluated to
get ABM1 and the signal spectrum. The noise measurement was performed after the scan with the
signal, the same happened, just with the voice signal switched off. The ABM2 was calculated from
this second scan.
8) All results resulting from a measurement point in a T-Coil job were calculated from the signal
samples during this window interval. ABM values were averaged over the sequence of there
samples.
9) At an optimal point measurement, the SNR (ABM1/ABM2) was calculated for perpendicular and
transverse orientation, and the frequency response was measured for perpendicular.
10) Corrected for the frequency response after the DUT measurement since the DASY5 system
had known the spectrum of the input signal by using a reference job.
11) In SEMCAD postprocessing, the spectral points are in addition scaled with the high-pass
(half-band) and the A-weighting, bandwidth compensated factor (BWC) and those results are final
as shown in this report.
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8 T-Coil PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
In order to be rated for T-Coil use, a WD shall meet the requirements for signal level and signal
quality contained in this part.
8.1 T-Coil coupling field intensity
When measured as specified in ANSI C63.19, the T-Coil signal shall be ≥ –18 dB (A/m) at 1 kHz,
ina1/3 octave band filter for all orientations.
8.2 Frequency response
The frequency response of the axial component of the magnetic field, measured in 1/3 octave
bands, shall follow the response curve specified in this sub-clause, over the frequency range 300
Hz to 3000 Hz. Figure 7.1 and Figure 7.2 provide the boundaries for the specified frequency. These
response curves are for true field strength measurements of the T-Coil signal. Thus the 6 dB/octave
probe response has been corrected from the raw readings.
Figure 8.1—Magnetic field frequency response for WDs with a field ≤ –15 dB (A/m) at 1 kHz
Figure 8.2—Magnetic field frequency response for WDs with a fieldthat exceeds –15 dB(A/m)
at 1 kHz
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8.3 Signal quality
This part provides the signal quality requirement for the intended T-Coil signal from a WD. Only the
RF immunity of the hearing aid is measured in T-Coil mode. It is assumed that a hearing aid can
have no immunity to an interference signal in the audio band, which is the intended reception band
for this mode. So, the only criteria that can be measured is the RF immunity in T-Coil mode. This is
measured using the same procedure as for the audio coupling mode and at the same levels.
The worst signal quality of the three T-Coil signal measurements shall be used to determine the
T-Coil mode category per Table 1
Table 1:T-Coil signal quality categories
Category
Telephone parameters
WD signal quality
[(signal + noise) – to – noise ratio in decibels]
Category T1
0 dB to 10 dB
Category T2
10 dB to 20 dB
Category T3
20 dB to 30 dB
Category T4
> 30 dB
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9 HAC T-Coil TEST DATA SUMMARY
9.1 Noise ambient
Probe Position
ABM2 (dB A/m)
Transverse
-61.38
Perpendicular
-59.96
9.2 T-Coil Coupling Field Intensity
9.2.1 Transverse Field Intensity
Cell Phone Mode
Minimum limit
(dB A/m)
Result (dB A/m)
Verdict
GSM 850
-18
-6.62
Pass
GSM 1900
-18
-3.75
Pass
WCDMA850
-18
-9.30
Pass
WCDMA1700
-18
-3.58
Pass
WCDMA1900
-18
-4.54
Pass
9.2.2 Perpendicular Field Intensity
Cell Phone Mode
Minimum limit
(dB A/m)
Result (dB A/m)
Verdict
GSM 850
-18
-3.92
Pass
GSM 1900
-18
-2.47
Pass
WCDMA850
-18
-1.68
Pass
WCDMA1700
-18
3.35
Pass
WCDMA1900
-18
-1.31
Pass
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9.3 Frequency Response at Perpendicular Measurement Point
Frequency Response
Curve
Cell Phone Mode
Verdict
GSM 850
Figure C.1
Pass
GSM 1900
Figure C.2
Pass
WCDMA850
Figure C.3
Pass
WCDMA1700
Figure C.4
Pass
WCDMA1900
Figure C.5
Pass
9.4 Signal Quality
Probe Position
transverse
perpendicular
Measurement
Position
(x mm, y mm)
ABM1
(dB
A/m)
SNR
(dB)
category
Band
Ch.
GSM 850
190
0.8
-4.2
,
-6.62
27.56
T3
GSM 1900
661
3.3
-4.2
,
-3.75
31.67
T4
WCDMA850
4407
-9.30
36.07
T4
WCDMA1700
1637
3.8
,14
-3.58
38.54
T4
WCDMA1900
9800
3.3
,16
-4.54
38.65
T4
GSM 850
190
-3.92
34.93
T4
GSM 1900
661
-2.47
38.46
T4
WCDMA850
4407
0.4
-1.68
41.90
T4
WCDMA1700
1637
3.35
50.13
T4
WCDMA1900
9800
0.4
-1.31
41.73
T4
-9.6
,
,4.2
0,7.9
-0.8
,
,7.5
-0.8
,
Note:
1.
Bluetooth and WiFi function is turn off and microphone is muted.
2.
Signal strength measurement scan plots are presented in Annex B.
9.5 Total Measurement Conclusion
Probe Position
Transverse
Perpendicular
Frequency
Band(MHz)
ABM1
Frequency
Response
GSM 850
Pass
T3
GSM 1900
Pass
T4
WCDMA850
Pass
WCDMA1700
Pass
T4
WCDMA1900
Pass
T4
GSM 850
Pass
Pass
T4
GSM 1900
Pass
Pass
T4
WCDMA850
Pass
Pass
T4
WCDMA1700
Pass
Pass
T4
WCDMA1900
Pass
Pass
T4
T Category
T4
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10 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
Uncertainty
No.
Error source
Type
Value
ai(%)
System Repeatability
Std. Unc.
Prob.
Dist.
0.016
Div.
ABM1
ABM2
ci
ci
ABM1
ui'
Std. Unc.
ABM2
(%)
(%)
ui'
0.016
0.016
Probe Sensitivity
Reference Level
3.0
3.0
3.0
AMCC Geometry
0.4
0.2
0.2
AMCC Current
0.6
0.4
0.4
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.4
Probe
Positioning
during Calibration
0.014
Noise Contribution
0.7
Frequency Slope
5.9
0.1
0.3
3.5
1.0
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.4
0.4
Probe System
Repeatability / Drift
Linearity
DynamicRange
10
Acoustic Noise
1.0
0.1
0.1
0.6
11
Probe Angle
2.3
1.4
1.4
12
Spectral Processing
0.9
0.5
0.5
13
Integration Time
0.6
0.6
3.0
14
Field Distribution
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.6
0.0
0.4
Test Signal
15
Ref.Signal
Spectral
Response
Positioning
16
Probe Positioning
1.9
1.1
1.1
17
Phantom Thickness
0.9
0.5
0.5
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18
DUT Positioning
1.9
1.1
1.1
External Contributions
19
RF Interference
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.0
20
Test Signal Variation
2.0
1.2
1.2
4.1
6.1
8.2
12.2
Combined Std. Uncertainty
u =
(ABM Field)
Expanded Std. Uncertainty
u e = 2u c
20
∑c u
i =1
k=2
11 MAIN TEST INSTRUMENTS
Table 1: List of Main Instruments
No.
Name
Type
Serial Number
Calibration Date
Valid
Period
01
Audio Magnetic 1D
Field Probe
AM1DV2
1064
July 22, 2016
NCR
02
Audio Magnetic
Calibration Coil
AMCC
1064
NCR
NCR
03
Audio Measuring
Instrument
AMMI
1044
NCR
NCR
04
HAC Test Arch
N/A
1014
NCR
NCR
05
DAE
DAE4
771
February 2, 2016
One year
06
Software
DASY5
V5.0 Build 119.9
N/A
NCR
NCR
07
Software
SEMCAD
V13.2 Build 87
N/A
NCR
NCR
08
Universal Radio
Communication Tester
CMU 200
105948
September 17, 2016
One year
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ANNEX A TEST LAYOUT
Picture A1:HAC T-Coil System Layout
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ANNEX B TEST PLOTS
T-Coil GSM 850 Transverse
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: GSM 850; Frequency: 836.6 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:8.3
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = -1.26 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 9.6, -4.2, 3.7 mm
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 27.56 dB
ABM1 comp = -6.62 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 0.8, -4.2, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 0.8653 A/m = -1.26 dBA/m
Fig B.1 T-Coil GSM 850
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T-Coil GSM 850 Perpendicular
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: GSM 850; Frequency: 836.6 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:8.3
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = 7.37 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 9.2, 3.3, 3.7 mm
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 34.93 dB
ABM1 comp = -3.92 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 0, 4.2, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 2.337 A/m = 7.37 dBA/m
Fig B.2 T-Coil GSM 850
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T-Coil GSM 1900 Transverse
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: GSM 1900; Frequency: 1880 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:8.3
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = -1.57 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 8.3, -2.9, 3.7 mm
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 31.67 dB
ABM1 comp = -3.75 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 3.3, -4.2, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 1.000 A/m = 0.00 dBA/m
Fig B.3 T-Coil GSM 1900
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T-Coil GSM 1900 Perpendicular
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: GSM 1900; Frequency: 1880 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:8.3
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = 6.62 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 8.8, 4.2, 3.7 mm
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 38.46 dB
ABM1 comp = -2.47 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 0, 7.9, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 1.000 A/m = 0.00 dBA/m
Fig B.4 T-Coil GSM 1900
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T-Coil WCDMA 850 Transverse
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: WCDMA 850; Frequency: 836.4 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = -7.77 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 3.8, 5, 3.7 mm
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 36.07 dB
ABM1 comp = -9.30 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 0, -9.6, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 0.4086 A/m = -7.77 dBA/m
Fig B.5 T-Coil WCDMA 850
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T-Coil WCDMA 850 Perpendicular
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: WCDMA 850; Frequency: 836.4 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = 0.99 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 3.8, -3.3, 3.7 mm
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 41.90 dB
ABM1 comp = -1.68 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 0.4, -0.8, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 1.121 A/m = 0.99 dBA/m
Fig B.6 T-Coil WCDMA 850
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T-Coil WCDMA 1700 Transverse
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: WCDMA 1700; Frequency: 1732.4 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = -0.86 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 8.8, -4.2, 3.7 mm
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 38.54 dB
ABM1 comp = -3.58 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 3.8, 14.2, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 0.9060 A/m = -0.86 dBA/m
Fig B.7 T-Coil WCDMA 1700
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T-Coil WCDMA 1700 Perpendicular
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: WCDMA 1700; Frequency: 1732.4 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = 7.67 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 8.8, 3.3, 3.7 mm
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 50.13 dB
ABM1 comp = 3.35 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 5, 7.5, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 2.419 A/m = 7.67 dBA/m
Fig B.8 T-Coil WCDMA 1700
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T-Coil WCDMA 1900 Transverse
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: WCDMA 1900; Frequency: 1880 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = -0.92 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 8.3, -2.5, 3.7 mm
Transverse 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 38.65 dB
ABM1 comp = -4.54 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 3.3, 16.2, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 0.8995 A/m = -0.92 dBA/m
Fig B.9 T-Coil WCDMA 1900
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T-Coil WCDMA 1900 Perpendicular
Date: 2017-1-11
Electronics: DAE4 Sn771
Medium: Air
Medium parameters used: σ = 0 mho/m, εr = 1; ρ = 1 kg/m3
Ambient Temperature:22.5oC
Communication System: WCDMA 1900; Frequency: 1880 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Probe: AM1DV2 - 1064;
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated Signal(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1 = 1.02 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 3.8, -3.3, 3.7 mm
Perpendicular 4.2mm 50 x 50/ABM Interpolated SNR(x,y,z) (121x121x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Signal Type: Audio File (.wav) 48k_voice_1kHz_1s.wav
Output Gain: 37.15
Measure Window Start: 300ms
Measure Window Length: 1000ms
BWC applied: 0.16 dB
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Cursor:
ABM1/ABM2 = 41.73 dB
ABM1 comp = -1.31 dBA/m
BWC Factor = 0.16 dB
Location: 0.4, -0.8, 3.7 mm
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0 dB = 1.125 A/m = 1.02 dBA/m
Fig B.10 T-Coil WCDMA 1900
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ANNEX C FREQUENCY REPONSE CURVES
Figure C.1 Frequency Response of GSM 850
Figure C.2 Frequency Response of GSM 1900
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Figure C.3 Frequency Response of WCDMA 850
Figure C.4 Frequency Response of WCDMA 1700
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Figure C.5 Frequency Response of WCDMA 1900
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ANNEX D PROBE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
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The photos of HAC test are presented in the additional document:
Appendix to test report no. I16Z42454-SEM03/04
The photos of HAC test
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