MINI3 Tablet pc Test Report EMC COMPLIANCE CONEDERA S.A.

CONEDERA S.A. Tablet pc

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FCC Test Report
Report No.: AGC02399180201FE03
FCC ID
: 2ACG9-MINI3
APPLICATION PURPOSE
: Original Equipment
PRODUCT DESIGNATION
: Tablet pc
BRAND NAME
: Vantec
MODEL NAME
: mini3
CLIENT
: Conedera S.A.
DATE OF ISSUE
: Apr. 10, 2018
STANDARD(S)
TEST PROCEDURE(S)
REPORT VERSION
: V1.0
FCC Part 15 Rules
ANSI C63.10 (2013)
Attestation of Global Compliance (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd
CAUTION:
This report shall not be reproduced except in full without the written permission of the
test laboratory and shall not be quoted out of context.
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REPORT REVISE RECORD
Report Version
Revise Time
Issued Date
Valid Version
Notes
V1.0
Apr. 10, 2018
Valid
Original Report
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. VERIFICATION OF CONFORMITY.................................................................................................................. 5
2. GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................. 6
2.1. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................ 6
2.2. TABLE OF CARRIER FREQUENCYS ....................................................................................................... 6
2.3. RECEIVER INPUT BANDWIDTH .............................................................................................................. 7
2.4. EXAMPLE OF A HOPPING SEQUENCY IN DATA MODE ......................................................................... 7
2.5. EQUALLY AVERAGE USE OF FREQUENCIES AND BEHAVIOUR ......................................................... 7
2.6. RELATED SUBMITTAL(S) / GRANT (S) .................................................................................................... 8
2.7. TEST METHODOLOGY ............................................................................................................................. 8
2.8. SPECIAL ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................................................... 8
2.9. EQUIPMENT MODIFICATIONS................................................................................................................. 8
3. MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ................................................................................................................... 9
4. DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES ................................................................................................................. 10
5. SYSTEM TEST CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................ 11
5.1. CONFIGURATION OF EUT SYSTEM...................................................................................................... 11
5.2. EQUIPMENT USED IN EUT SYSTEM ..................................................................................................... 11
5.3. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS .............................................................................................................. 11
6. TEST FACILITY .............................................................................................................................................. 12
7. PEAK OUTPUT POWER ................................................................................................................................ 13
7.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................. 13
7.2. TEST SET-UP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION) .................................................................... 13
7.3. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT.................................................................................................. 14
8. 20DB BANDWIDTH ........................................................................................................................................ 17
8.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................. 17
8.2. TEST SET-UP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION) .................................................................... 17
8.3. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULTS ............................................................................................... 17
9. CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION........................................................................................................... 20
9.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................. 20
9.2. TEST SET-UP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION) .................................................................... 20
9.3. MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT USED .................................................................................................... 21
9.4. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT.................................................................................................. 21
10. RADIATED EMISSION ................................................................................................................................. 27
10.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ........................................................................................................... 27
10.2. TEST SETUP ......................................................................................................................................... 28
10.3. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT................................................................................................ 29
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10.4. TEST RESULT........................................................................................................................................ 30
11. BAND EDGE EMISSION .............................................................................................................................. 34
11.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE............................................................................................................ 34
11.2. TEST SET-UP ......................................................................................................................................... 34
11.3. RADIATED TEST RESULT ..................................................................................................................... 35
11.4 CONDUCTED TEST RESULT ................................................................................................................. 36
12. NUMBER OF HOPPING FREQUENCY ....................................................................................................... 38
12.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ........................................................................................................... 38
12.2. TEST SETUP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION) ................................................................... 38
12.3. MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT USED .................................................................................................. 38
12.4. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT................................................................................................ 38
13. TIME OF OCCUPANCY (DWELL TIME) ...................................................................................................... 39
13.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ........................................................................................................... 39
13.2. TEST SETUP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION) ................................................................... 39
13.3. MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT USED .................................................................................................. 39
13.4. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT................................................................................................ 40
14. FREQUENCY SEPARATION ....................................................................................................................... 41
14.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ........................................................................................................... 41
14.2. TEST SETUP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION) ................................................................... 41
14.3. MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT USED .................................................................................................. 41
14.4. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT................................................................................................ 41
APPENDIX A: PHOTOGRAPHS OF TEST SETUP .......................................................................................... 42
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1. VERIFICATION OF CONFORMITY
Applicant
Conedera S.A.
Address
ALBORADA 10 ETAPA AVE. BENJAMIN CARRION C.C.LA ROTONDA LOCAT
2 Guayaquil Ecuador
Manufacturer
SHENZHEN SUNGWORLD ELECTRONICS CO., LIMITED
Address
4#, North Zone, Shangxue Ind. park, Bantian, Long Gang Dist., Shenzhen,
China.
Product Designation
Tablet pc
Brand Name
Vantec
Test Model
mini3
Date of test
Mar. 15, 2018~Apr. 10, 2018
Deviation
None
Condition of Test Sample
Normal
Report Template
AGCRT-US-BR/RF
We hereby certify that:
The above equipment was tested by Attestation of Global Compliance(Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. The test data, data
evaluation, test procedures, and equipment configurations shown in this report were made in accordance with
the procedures given in ANSI C63.10 (2013) and the energy emitted by the sample EUT tested as described
in this report is in compliance with radiated emission limits of FCC Rules Part 15.247.
The test results of this report relate only to the tested sample identified in this report.
Tested By
Donjon Huang(Huang
Dongyang)
Apr. 10, 2018
Bart Xie(Xie Xiaobin)
Apr. 10, 2018
Reviewed By
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2. GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The EUT is “Tablet pc ” designed as a “Communication Device”. It is designed by way of utilizing the FHSS
technology to achieve the system operation.
A major technical description of EUT is described as following:
Operation Frequency
2.402 GHz to 2.480GHz
Bluetooth Version
V4.0
Modulation
GFSK, π /4-DQPSK, 8DPSK
Number of channels
79(For BR/EDR)
Hardware Version
E706W02
Software Version
N/A
Antenna Designation
PIFA Antenna
Antenna Gain
1.0dBi
Power Supply
DC3.7V by Battery
2.2. TABLE OF CARRIER FREQUENCYS
Frequency Band
2400~2483.5MHZ
Channel Number
Frequency
2402MHZ
2403MHZ
38
2440 MHZ
39
2441 MHZ
40
2442 MHZ
77
2479 MHZ
78
2480 MHZ
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2.3. RECEIVER INPUT BANDWIDTH
The input bandwidth of the receiver is 1.3MHZ,In every connection one Bluetooth device is the
master and the other one is slave. The master determines the hopping sequence. The slave follows this
sequence. Both devices shift between RX and TX time slot according to the clock of the
master. Additionally the type of connection(e.g. single of multislot packet) is set up at the beginning of the
connection. The master adapts its hopping frequency and its TX/RX timing according to the packet type of the
connection. Also the slave of the connection will use these settings.
Repeating of a packet has no influence on the hopping sequence. The hopping sequence generated
by the master of the connection will be followed in any case. That means, a repeated packet will not
be send on the same frequency, it is send on the next frequency of the hopping sequence.
2.4. EXAMPLE OF A HOPPING SEQUENCY IN DATA MODE
Example of a 79 hopping sequence in data mode:
40,21,44,23,42,53,46,55,48,33,52,35,50,65,54,67
56,37,60,39,58,69,62,71,64,25,68,27,66,57,70,59
72,29,76,31,74,61,78,63,01,41,05,43,03,73,07,75
09,45,13,47,11,77,15,00,64,49,66,53,68,02,70,06
01, 51, 03, 55, 05, 04
2.5. EQUALLY AVERAGE USE OF FREQUENCIES AND BEHAVIOUR
The generation of the hopping sequence in connection mode depends essentially on two input values:
1. LAP/UAP of the master of the connection.
2. Internal master clock
The LAP(lower address part) are the 24 LSB’s of the 48 BD_ADDRESS. The BD_ADDRESS is an
unambiguous number of every Bluetooth unit. The UAP(upper address part) are the 24MSB’s of the
48BD_ADDRESS
The internal clock of a Bluetooth unit is derived from a free running clock which is never adjusted and is never
turned off. For ehavior zation with other units only offset are used. It has no relation to the time of the day. Its
resolution is at least half the RX/TX slot length of 312.5us.The clock has a cycle of about one day(23h30).In
most case it is implemented as 28 bit counter. For the deriving of the hopping sequence the entire. LAP(24
bits),4LSB’s(4bits)(Input 1) and the 27MSB’s of the clock(Input 2) are used. With this input values different
mathematical procedures(permutations, additions, XOR-operations)are performed to generate te Sequence.
This will be done at the beginning of every new transmission.
Regarding short transmissions the Bluetooth system has the following ehavior:
The first connection between the two devices is established, a hopping sequence was generated. For
Transmitting the wanted data the complete hopping sequence was not used. The connection ended.
The second connection will be established. A new hopping sequence is generated. Due to the fact the
Bluetooth clock has a different value, because the period between the two transmission is longer(and it
Cannot be shorter) than the minimum resolution of the clock(312.5us).The hopping sequence will always
Differ from the first one.
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2.6. RELATED SUBMITTAL(S) / GRANT (S)
This submittal(s) (test report) is intended for FCC ID: 2ACG9-MINI3 filing to comply with Section 15.247 of the
FCC Part 15, Subpart C Rules.
2.7. TEST METHODOLOGY
Both conducted and radiated testing was performed according to the procedures in ANSI C63.10 (2013).
Radiated testing was performed at an antenna to EUT distance 3 meters.
2.8. SPECIAL ACCESSORIES
Refer to section 5.2.
2.9. EQUIPMENT MODIFICATIONS
Not available for this EUT intended for grant.
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3. MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
-Uncertainty of Conducted Emission, Uc=±3.2dB
- Uncertainty of Radiated Emission below 1GHz, Uc±3.9dB
- Uncertainty of Radiated Emission above 1GHz, Uc±4.8dB
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4. DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES
NO.
TEST MODE DESCRIPTION
Low channel GFSK
Middle channel GFSK
High channel GFSK
Low channel π /4-DQPSK
Middle channel π /4-DQPSK
High channel π /4-DQPSK
Low channel 8DPSK
Middle channel 8DPSK
High channel 8DPSK
10
Normal Hopping
Note:
1. All the test modes can be supply by Built-in Li-ion battery, only the result of the worst case was
recorded in the report, if no other cases.
2. For Radiated Emission, 3axis were chosen for testing for each applicable mode.
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5. SYSTEM TEST CONFIGURATION
5.1. CONFIGURATION OF EUT SYSTEM
Configuration:
EUT
Accessory
5.2. EQUIPMENT USED IN EUT SYSTEM
Item
Equipment
Model No.
ID or Specification
Remark
Tablet pc
mini3
2ACG9-MINI3
EUT
Battery
347095
DC3.7V/ 2000mAh
Accessory
5.3. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
FCC RULES
DESCRIPTION OF TEST
RESULT
§15.247
Peak Output Power
Compliant
§15.247
20 dB Bandwidth
Compliant
§15.247
Spurious Emission
Compliant
§15.209
Radiated Emission
Compliant
§15.247
Band Edges
Compliant
§15.207
Power Line Conduction Emission
N/A
§15.247
Number of Hopping Frequency
Compliant
§15.247
Time of Occupancy
Compliant
§15.247
Frequency Separation
Compliant
Note: Customer delivery without adapters. So Power Line Conduction Emission RESULT is N/A.
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6. TEST FACILITY
Site
Location
Attestation of Global Compliance (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd
1-2F., Bldg.2, No.1-4, Chaxi Sanwei Technical Industrial Park, Gushu, Xixiang,
Bao’an District B112-B113, Bldg.12, Baoan Bldg Materials Center, No.1 of Xixiang
Inner Ring Road, Baoan District, Shenzhen 518012
NVLAP LAB CODE
600153-0
Designation Number
CN5028
Description
Attestation of Global Compliance(Shenzhen) Co., Ltd is accredited by National
Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation program, NVLAP Code 600153-0
ALL TEST EQUIPMENT LIST
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model
S/N
Cal. Date
Cal. Due
TEST RECEIVER
R&S
ESCI
10096
Jun.20, 2017
Jun.19, 2018
EXA Signal Analyzer
Aglient
N9010A
MY53470504
Dec.08, 2017
Dec.07, 2018
Horn antenna
SCHWARZBECK
BBHA 9170
#768
Sep.20, 2017
Sep.19, 2018
preamplifier
ChengYi
EMC184045SE
980508
Sep.15, 2017
Sep.14, 2018
ETS LINDGREN
3117
00034609
May.18, 2017
May.17, 2019
SCHWARZBECK
BBV 9718
9718-205
Jun.20, 2017
Jun.19, 2018
ANTENNA
SCHWARZBECK
VULB9168
D69250
Sep.28, 2017
Sep.27, 2018
SIGNAL ANALYZER
Agilent
N9020A
MY52090123
Sep. 21, 2017
Sep. 20, 2018
USB Wideband
Power Sensor
Agilent
U2021XA
MY54110007
Sep. 21, 2017
Sep. 20, 2018
LOOP ANTENNA
A.H
SAS-562B
Mar.01,2018
Feb.28,2020
Double-Ridged
Waveguide Horn
Broadband
Preamplifier
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7. PEAK OUTPUT POWER
7.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE
For peak power test:
1. Connect EUT RF output port to the Spectrum Analyzer through an RF attenuator
2. Set the EUT Work on the top, middle and the bottom operation frequency individually.
3. RBW > the 20 dB bandwidth of the emission being measured, VBW  RBW.
4. Record the maximum power from the Spectrum Analyzer.
Note:The EUT was tested according for compliance ANSI C63.10 (2013) requirements.
7.2. TEST SET-UP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION)
PEAK POWER TEST SETUP
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7.3. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT
Mode
GFSK
Mode
π /4-DQPSK
Mode
8DPSK
Frequency
(GHz)
Peak Power
(dBm)
Applicable Limits
(dBm)
Pass or Fail
2.402
3.988
30
Pass
2.441
4.245
30
Pass
2.480
4.196
30
Pass
Frequency
(GHz)
Peak Power
(dBm)
Applicable Limits
(dBm)
Pass or Fail
2.402
3.345
30
Pass
2.441
3.606
30
Pass
2.480
3.628
30
Pass
Frequency
(GHz)
Peak Power
(dBm)
Applicable Limits
(dBm)
Pass or Fail
2.402
2.914
30
Pass
2.441
3.208
30
Pass
2.480
3.219
30
Pass
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Test Graph
GFSK-LCH
GFSK-MCH
GFSK-HCH
π/4DQPSK-LCH
π/4DQPSK-MCH
π/4DQPSK-HCH
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8DPSK-LCH
8DPSK-HCH
8DPSK-MCH
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8. 20DB BANDWIDTH
8.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE
1. Connect EUT RF output port to the Spectrum Analyzer through an RF attenuator
2, Set the EUT Work on the top, the middle and the bottom operation frequency individually.
3. Set Span = approximately 2 to 3 times the 20 dB bandwidth, centered on a hoping channel
RBW  1% of the 20 dB bandwidth, VBW  RBW; Sweep = auto; Detector function = peak
4. Set SPA Trace 1 Max hold, then View.
8.2. TEST SET-UP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION)
8.3. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULTS
Mode
Channel.
20dB Bandwidth [KHz]
Verdict
GFSK
LCH
823.8
PASS
GFSK
MCH
824.1
PASS
GFSK
HCH
823.2
PASS
π/4DQPSK
LCH
1123
PASS
π/4DQPSK
MCH
1122
PASS
π/4DQPSK
HCH
1121
PASS
8DPSK
LCH
1127
PASS
8DPSK
MCH
1131
PASS
8DPSK
HCH
1132
PASS
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Test Graph
GFSK-LCH
GFSK-MCH
GFSK-HCH
π/4DQPSK-LCH
π/4DQPSK-MCH
π/4DQPSK-HCH
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8DPSK-LCH
8DPSK-HCH
8DPSK-MCH
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9. CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION
9.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE
1. Connect EUT RF output port to the Spectrum Analyzer through an RF attenuator
2. Set the EUT Work on the top, the Middle and the bottom operation frequency individually.
3. Set the Span = wide enough to capture the peak level of the in-band emission and all spurious emissions
from the lowest frequency generated in the EUT up through the 10th harmonic.
RBW = 100 kHz; VBW  RBW; Sweep = auto; Detector function = peak.
4. Set SPA Trace 1 Max hold, then View.
Note: The EUT was tested according for compliance ANSI C63.10 (2013) requirements. Owing to satisfy the
requirements of the number of measurement points, we set the RBW=1MHz, VBW>RBW, scan up through
10th harmonic, and consider the tested results as the worst case, if the tested results conform to the
requirement, we can deem that the real tested results(set the RBW=100KHz, VBW>RBW) are conform to the
requirement.
9.2. TEST SET-UP (BLOCK DIAGRAM OF CONFIGURATION)
The same as described in section 8.2
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9.3. MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT USED
The same as described in section 6
9.4. LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT
LIMITS AND MEASUREMENT RESULT
Measurement Result
Applicable Limits
In any 100 KHz Bandwidth Outside the
frequency band in which the spread spectrum
intentional radiator is operating, the radio frequency
power that is produce by the intentional radiator
shall be at least 20 dB below that in 100KHz
bandwidth within the band that contains the highest
level of the desired power.
In addition, radiation emissions which fall in the
restricted bands, as defined in §15.205(a), must also
comply with the radiated emission limits specified
in§15.209(a))
Test Data
Criteria
At least -20dBc than the limit
Specified on the BOTTOM
Channel
PASS
At least -20dBc than the limit
Specified on the TOP Channel
PASS
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Test Graph
GFSK-LCH
GFSK-LCH
GFSK-LCH
GFSK-MCH
GFSK-MCH
GFSK-MCH
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GFSK-HCH
GFSK-HCH
GFSK-HCH
π/4DQPSK-LCH
π/4DQPSK-LCH
π/4DQPSK-LCH
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π/4DQPSK-MCH
π/4DQPSK-MCH
π/4DQPSK-MCH
π/4DQPSK-HCH
π/4DQPSK-HCH
π/4DQPSK-HCH
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8DPSK-LCH
8DPSK-LCH
8DPSK-LCH
8DPSK-MCH
8DPSK-MCH
8DPSK-MCH
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8DPSK-HCH
8DPSK-HCH
8DPSK-HCH
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10. RADIATED EMISSION
10.1. MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE
1. The EUT was placed on the top of the turntable 0.8 or 1.5 meter above ground. The phase center of the
receiving antenna mounted on the top of a height-variable antenna tower was placed 3 meters far away
from the turntable.
2. Power on the EUT and all the supporting units. The turntable was rotated by 360 degrees to determine
the position of the highest radiation.
3. The height of the broadband receiving antenna was varied between one meter and four meters above
ground to find the maximum emissions field strength of both horizontal and vertical polarization.
4. For each suspected emissions, the antenna tower was scan (from 1 M to 4 M) and then the turntable was
rotated (from 0 degree to 360 degrees) to find the maximum reading.
5. Set the test-receiver system to Peak or CISPR quasi-peak Detect Function with specified bandwidth
under Maximum Hold Mode.
6. For emissions above 1GHz, use 1MHz VBW and RBW for peak reading. Then 1MHz RBW and 10Hz
VBW for average reading in spectrum analyzer. Place the measurement antenna away from each area of
the EUT determined to be a source of emissions at the specified measurement distance, while keeping
the measurement antenna aimed at the source of emissions at each frequency of significant emissions,
with polarization oriented for maximum response. The measurement antenna may have to be higher or
lower than the EUT, depending on the radiation pattern of the emission and staying aimed at the emission
source for receiving the maximum signal. The final measurement antenna elevation shall be that which
maximizes the emissions. The measurement antenna elevation for maximum emissions shall be restricted
to a range of heights of from 1 m to 4 m above the ground or reference ground plane.
7. When the radiated emissions limits are expressed in terms of the average value of the emissions, and
pulsed operation is employed, the measurement field strength shall be determined by averaging over one
complete pulse train, including blanking intervals, as long as the pulse train does not exceed 0.1 seconds.
As an alternative (provided the transmitter operates for longer than 0.1 seconds) or in cases where the
pulse train exceeds 0.1 seconds, the measured field strength shall be determined from the average
absolute voltage during a 0.1 second interval during which the field strength is at its maximum values.
8.If the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was 3 dB lower than the average limit specified, then
testing will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions which do not
have 3 dB margin will be repeated one by one using the quasi-peak method for below 1GHz.
9. For testing above 1GHz, the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was lower than average limit (that
means the emissions level in peak mode also complies with the limit in average mode), then testing will
be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions will be measured in
average mode again and reported.
10. In case the emission is lower than 30MHz, loop antenna has to be used for measurement and the
recorded data should be QP measured by receiver. High - Low scan is not required in this case.
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Document TypeTest Report
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Date Submitted2018-05-04 00:00:00
Date Available2018-05-04 00:00:00
Creation Date2018-05-03 11:29:44
Producing SoftwareMicrosoft® Office Word 2007
Document Lastmod2018-05-03 11:30:15
Document TitleEMC COMPLIANCE TEST REPORT
Document CreatorMicrosoft® Office Word 2007
Document Author: Simon

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