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SAR TEST REPORT
Test Report No.: 12212638S-A
Applicant
: RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
Type of Equipment
: Digital Camera
Model No.
: R02010
FCC ID
: 2ACZS-R02010
Test Standard
: FCC 47CFR §2.1093
Test Result
: Complied
Highest Reported SAR(1g) Value
Tune-up value
Type
Limit
Body-worn
1.6
1.20 W/kg
Band
DTS
Remarks
Frequency
Mode
2462 MHz 11n(20HT)(MCS0)
Output power (average)
Measured
Maximum
11.63 dBm
12.5 dBm
*. Highest reported SAR (1g) across all exposure conditions (body worn) of this device is "1.20 W/kg".
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
This test report shall not be reproduced in full or partial, without the written approval of UL Japan, Inc.
The results in this report apply only to the sample tested.
This sample tested is in compliance with the limits of the above regulation.
The test results in this test report are traceable to the national or international standards.
This test report must not be used by the customer to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by any agency of the Federal
Government.
6. This test report covers Radio technical requirements. It does not cover administrative issues such as Manual or non-Radio test related
Requirements. (if applicable)
7. The all test items in this test report are conducted by UL Japan, Inc. Shonan EMC Lab.
8. The opinions and the interpretations to the result of the description in this report are outside scopes where UL Japan has been accredited.
Date of test:
April 23~25, 2018
Test engineer:
Hiroshi Naka
Engineer, Consumer Technology Division
Approved by:
Toyokazu Imamura
Leader, Consumer Technology Division
The testing in which "Non-accreditation" is displayed is outside the accreditation scopes in UL Japan.
There is no testing item of "Non-accreditation".
RTL02610
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REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Original
-r01
*.
Test report No.
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Date
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Page revised
Contents
(p1,2,3,8) Error correcting, (p2) Revision history up-dated
p1,2,3,8
By issue of new revision report, the report of an old revision becomes invalid.
CONTENTS
PAGE
REVISION HISTORY................................................................................................................................................... 2
CONTENTS
.................................................................................................................................................... 2
SECTION 1:
SECTION 2:
Customer information ................................................................................... 3
Equipment under test (EUT)......................................................................... 3
2.1
2.2
Identification of EUT .......................................................................................................... 3
Product Description ............................................................................................................. 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
Test specification................................................................................................................. 4
Exposure limit ..................................................................................................................... 4
Procedure and result ............................................................................................................ 4
Test location ........................................................................................................................ 5
Confirmation before SAR testing ........................................................................................ 5
Confirmation after SAR testing ........................................................................................... 5
Test setup of EUT and SAR measurement procedure ......................................................... 6
6.1
SAR reference power measurement (antenna terminal conducted average power of EUT) ............. 8
7.1
7.2
7.3
SAR measurement results.................................................................................................... 9
SAR Measurement Variability ............................................................................................ 10
Device holder perturbation verification ............................................................................... 10
SECTION 3:
SECTION 4:
SECTION 5:
SECTION 6:
SECTION 7:
Test specification, procedures and results ................................................... 4
Operation of EUT during testing .................................................................. 7
Uncertainty assessment (SAR measurement) .............................................. 7
Confirmation before testing .......................................................................... 8
SAR Measurement results ............................................................................. 9
Contents of appendixes
APPENDIX 1:
Photographs of test setup .............................................................................. 11
Appendix 1-1
Appendix 1-2
Appendix 1-3
Photograph of EUT and antenna position ........................................................................... 11
EUT and support equipment................................................................................................ 12
Photograph of test setup ...................................................................................................... 13
APPENDIX 2:
SAR Measurement data ................................................................................. 16
Appendix 2-1
Appendix 2-2
Evaluation procedure........................................................................................................... 16
SAR measurement data ....................................................................................................... 17
APPENDIX 3:
Test instruments ............................................................................................. 30
Appendix 3-1
Appendix 3-2
Appendix 3-3
Appendix 3-4
Appendix 3-5
Appendix 3-6
Appendix 3-7
Appendix 3-8
Appendix 3-9
Equipment used ................................................................................................................... 30
Configuration and peripherals ............................................................................................. 31
Test system specification ..................................................................................................... 32
Simulated tissues composition and parameter confirmation ............................................... 33
Daily check results .............................................................................................................. 33
Daily check measurement data ............................................................................................ 34
Daily check uncertainty ....................................................................................................... 35
Calibration certificate: E-Field Probe (EX3DV4) ............................................................... 36
Calibration certificate: Dipole (D2450V2) .......................................................................... 48
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Customer information
Company Name
Brand Name
Address
Telephone Number
Contact Person
SECTION 2:
RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD.
RICOH
1-3-6 Nakamagome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 143-8555,
+81-50-3534-5408
Takafumi Ohkuma
Japan
Equipment under test (EUT)
Identification of EUT
Type of Equipment
Model Number
Serial Number
Condition of EUT
Receipt Date of Sample
Digital Camera
R02010
0000028
Production prototype ( Not for sale: This samples is equivalent to mass-produced items.)
April 23, 2018 *. No modification by the Lab.
(*. After power measurement, the RF wiring of digital camera was changed to the original antenna line from the
antenna conducted power measurement line for SAR test.)
Category Identified
Vietnam
Portable device
Rating
DC 3.6V (Li-ion battery operation), DC 5V (USB BUS power operation)
Country of Mass-production
*. The EUT was operated by either the build-in re-chargeable Li-ion battery or USB BUS power via USB cable.
Model: R02010 (referred to as the EUT in this report) is a Digital Camera which support wireless
LAN (Wi-Fi) and Bluetooth version 4.2 (Low Energy).
None
Feature of EUT
SAR Accessory
2.2
*. Since the digital camera may contact a human body during Wi-Fi operation, the partial-body SAR (1g) shall be observed.
Product Description (Wireless LAN + Bluetooth Combo Module)
Transceiver
Equipment type
Mode
Transmit average power
channel
Operation
frequency
[MHz]
Data rate
[Mbps]
Modulation
0~39
1~11
1~11
1~11
2402~2480
2412~2462
2412~2462
2412~2462
1~11
6~54
MCS0~7
FHSS
DSSS
OFDM
OFDM
(*. The measured Tx output power Bluetooth v4.2 Low Energy
(antenna terminal conducted)
11b
refers to section 6 in this report.)
11g
11n(20HT)
Bluetooth FHSS: GFSK
Type of
modulation
Wi-Fi
Power supply
Quantity of Antenna
Antenna type
Antenna gain (Peak)
*.
*.
Channel Band
spacing width
[MHz] [MHz]
20
20
20
Average power [dBm]
Min. Typical Max.
3.5
6.5
8.5
6.5
9.5
12.5
6.5
9.5
12.5
6.5
9.5
12.5
DSSS: DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK / OFDM: BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM
DC 1.8V and DC 3.3V (*. These power are supplied via constant voltage circuit.)
1 piece
λ/4 Monopole Antenna
(Model: Embedded antenna)
Antenna connector type
Wireless LAN + Bluetooth Combo Module side: JSC,
Antenna side: JSC
-2.1 dBi
The EUT do not use the special transmitting technique such as “beam-forming” and “time-space code diversity.”
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy were not transmitted simultaneously. Therefore simultaneously transmitted SAR was not considered.
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Test specification, procedures and results
Test specification
The US Federal Communications Commission has released the report and order “Guidelines for Evaluating the Environmental Effects of RF
Radiation", ET Docket No. 93-62 in August 1996. The order requires routine SAR evaluation prior to equipment authorization of portable
transmitter devices, including portable telephones. For consumer products, the applicable limit is 1.6 mW/g for an uncontrolled environment and 8.0
mW/g for an occupational/controlled environment as recommended by the ANSI/IEEE standard C95.1-1992. The device should be evaluated at
maximum output power (radiated from the antenna) under “worst-case” conditions for normal or intended use, incorporating normal antenna
operating positions, device peak performance frequencies and positions for maximum RF energy coupling in accordance with the following
measurement procedures..
General RF exposure guidance
KDB 447498 D01 (v06):
KDB 248227 D01 (v02r02): SAR Guidance for IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) transmitters
KDB 865664 D01 (v01r04): SAR measurement 100MHz to 6GHz
IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Average Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in
IEEE Std. 1528-2013:
the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement Techniques.
3.2
Exposure limit
Environments of exposure limit
Whole-Body
Partial-Body
Hands, Wrists, Feet and Ankles
(averaged over the entire body)
(averaged over any 1g of tissue)
(averaged over any 10g of tissue)
0.4
8.0
20.0
0.08
1.6
4.0
(A) Limits for Occupational
/Controlled Exposure (W/kg)
(B) Limits for General population
/Uncontrolled Exposure (W/kg)
are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred by people who are aware of the potential for
exposure, (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation).
*. General Population/Uncontrolled Environments: are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individuals who have no knowledge or control of their
exposure.
*. Occupational/Controlled Environments:
The limit applied in this test report is;
General population / uncontrolled exposure, Partial-Body (averaged over any 1g of tissue) limit: 1.6 W/kg
General population / uncontrolled exposure, Hands (averaged over any 10g of tissue) limit: 4 W/kg
3.3
Procedures and Results
Test Procedure
Category
Band (Operation frequency [MHz])
Results (Reported SAR(1g))
SAR (1g) Limit [W/kg]
SAR measurement; KDB 447498, KDB 248227, KDB 865664, IEEE Std.1528
Body worn (body touch)
SAR type
FCC 47CFR §2.1093 (Portable device)
Bluetooth (Low Energy)
Wi-Fi (DTS)
Simultaneous transmission
(2402-2480)
(2412-2462)
Complied
(Bluetooth Low Energy +Wi-Fi (*1)
N/A (This device is not supported the
simultaneously transmission.)
1.6
Complied
(*. lower power, SAR test was exempt.)
1.6
1.20 W/kg
Reported SAR(1g) value
N/A
Measured SAR value
N/A
0.921 W/kg
Mode, frequency[MHz]
11n(20HT)(MCS0), 2462
Duty cycle [%] (duty scaled
93.5 (1.07)
factor)
Output average power [dBm]
(Max. 8.0 dBm)
11.63 (12.5, 1.22)
(max. power, Tune-up factor)
Note: UL Japan’s SAR Work Procedures No.13-EM-W0429 and 13-EM-W0430. No addition, deviation nor exclusion has been made from standards
*. N/A: Not applied, max. power: maximum output power.
*. (Calculating formula) Corrected SAR to max.power (W/kg) = (Measured SAR (W/kg))  (Duty scaled factor)  (Tune-up factor)
where; Tune-up factor [-] = 1 / (10 ^ (“max (max.power - burst average power), dB” / 10)), Duty scaled factor [-] = 100(%) / (duty cycle, %)
*1. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy were not transmitted simultaneously. Therefore simultaneously transmitted SAR was not considered.
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Test Location
UL Japan, Inc., Shonan EMC Lab.
1-22-3 Megumigaoka, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken 259-1220 JAPAN
Telephone number: +81 463 50 6400 / Facsimile number: +81 463 50 6401
JAB Accreditation No.
RTL02610
FCC Test Firm Registration Number: 839876
Used?
Place













No.1 Semi-anechoic chamber
No.2 Semi-anechoic chamber
No.3 Semi-anechoic chamber
No.4 Semi-anechoic chamber
No.1 Shielded room
No.2 Shielded room
No.3 Shielded room
No.4 Shielded room
No.5 Shielded room
No.6 Shielded room
No.7 Shielded room
No.8 Shielded room
No.1 Measurement room
3.5
IC Registration No. Width x Depth x Height (m)
2973D-1
2973D-2
2973D-3
2973D-4
20.6 × 11.3 × 7.65
20.6 × 11.3 × 7.65
12.7 × 7.7 × 5.35
8.1 × 5.1 × 3.55
6.8 × 4.1 × 2.7
6.8 × 4.1 × 2.7
6.3 × 4.7 × 2.7
4.4 × 4.7 × 2.7
7.8 × 6.4 × 2.7
7.8 × 6.4 × 2.7
2.76 × 3.76 × 2.4
3.45 × 5.5 × 2.4
2.55 × 4.1 × 2.5
Size of reference ground plane (m) / Maximum measurement
distance
horizontal conducting plane
20.6 × 11.3
10 m
20.6 × 11.3
10 m
12.7 × 7.7
5m
8.1 × 5.1
6.8 × 4.1
6.8 × 4.1
6.3 × 4.7
4.4 × 4.7
7.8 × 6.4
7.8 × 6.4
2.76 × 3.76
3.45 × 5.5
2.55 × 4.1
Confirmation before SAR testing
Before SAR test, the RF wiring for the sample had been switched to the antenna conducted power measurement line from the
antenna line and the average power was measured. The result is shown in Section 6.
Step.1 Data rate check (*. The power measurement was applied to the following data rate in each operation mode.)
802.11b
Modulation
DBPSK/DSSS
DQPSK/DSSS
CCK/DSSS
CCK/DSSS
*.
802.11g
Data
rate
5.5
11
Modulation
BPSK/OFDM
BPSK/OFDM
QPSK/OFDM
QPSK/OFDM
Data
rate
12
18
Modulation
16QAM/OFDM
16QAM/OFDM
64QAM/OFDM
64QAM/OFDM
802.11n(20HT) (1SS)
Data
rate
24
36
48
54
MCS Data
Index rate
Modulation
6.5 BPSK/OFDM
13 QPSK/OFDM
19.5 QPSK/OFDM
26 16QAM/OFDM
MCS Data
Index rate
39
52
58.5
65
Bluetooth
Modulation
Type Modulation
16QAM/OFDM
64QAM/OFDM
64QAM/OFDM
64QAM/OFDM
LE GFSK/FHSS
Packet Data
type rate
Data rate: [Mbps], SS: Spatial Stream
Step.2 Consideration of SAR test channel
For the SAR test reference, on each operation band, the average output power was measured on the low/middle/upper channels with
the worst data rate condition in step 1 in the above.
3.6
Confirmation after SAR testing
It was checked that the power drift [W] is within ±5% in the evaluation procedure of SAR testing. The verification of power
drift during the SAR test is that DASY5 system calculates the power drift by measuring the e-filed at the same location at
beginning and the end of the scan measurement for each test position.
The result is shown in APPENDIX 2.
*.
DASY5 system calculation Power drift value[dB] =20log(Ea)/(Eb) (where, Before SAR testing: Eb[V/m] / After SAR testing: Ea[V/m])
Limit of power drift[W] = 5%; Power drift limit (X) [dB] = 10log(P_drift)=10log(1.05/1)=10log(1.05)-10log(1)=0.21dB
from E-filed relations with power; S=EH=E^2/=P/(4r^2) (: Space impedance)  P=(E^24r^2)/η
Therefore, The correlation of power and the E-filed
Power drift limit (X) dB=10log(P_drift)=10log(E_drift)^2=20log(E_drift)
From the above mentioned, the calculated power drift of DASY5 system must be the less than 0.21dB.
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Test setup of EUT and SAR measurement procedure
Antenna separation distances in each test setup plan are shown as follows.
Wi-Fi
Mode:
Setup plan
Right-front
Front-right
Front
Right
Top-front
Top
Bottom
Rear
Left
*.
*.
Explanation of SAR test setup plan
(*. Refer to Appendix 1 for test setup photographs which had been tested.)
[mm]
A front edge of right surface of a camera is touched to the Flat phantom.
A right portion (hand grip) of camera is touched to the Flat phantom.
A front of camera is touched to the Flat phantom.
A right surface of camera is touched to the Flat phantom.
A right-front portion of top surface of a camera is touched to the Flat phantom.
A top surface of camera is touched to the Flat phantom.
A bottom surface of camera is touched to the Flat phantom.
A rear of camera (LCD side) is touched to the Flat phantom.
A left surface of camera is touched to the Flat phantom.
2.2
2.7
3
4.2
10
16.4
17.9
27
98
SAR
Tested
/Reduced
Tested
Tested
Tested
Tested
Tested
Tested
Tested
Reduced
Reduced
Bluetooth (Low Energy)
[mm]
SAR Tested
/Reduced
SAR
type
2.2
2.7
3
4.2
10
16.4
17.9
27
98
Reduced
Reduced
Reduced
Reduced
Reduced
Reduced
Reduced
Reduced
Reduced
Bodytouch
D: Antenna separation distance. It is the distance from the antenna inside EUT to the outer surface of EUT which an operator may touch.
Size of EUT (digital camera): 109.4 mm (width)  61.9 mm (height)  33.2 mm (depth) (*. nominal size)
*. Consideration for SAR evaluation exemption
SAR test exclusion considerations according to KDB447498 D01
The following is based on KDB447498D01.
Step 1) The 1-g and 10-g SAR test exclusion thresholds for 100 MHz to 6 GHz at test separation distances ≤ 50 mm are determined by:
[(max.power of channel, including tune-up tolerance, mW) / (min.test separation distance, mm)]  [ f (GHz)]  3.0 (for SAR(1g)), 7.5(for SAR(10g)) ··formula (1)
If power is calculated from the upper formula (1);
[SAR(1g) test exclusion thresholds, mW] = 3  [test separation distance, mm] / [f (GHz)] ···································································formula (2)
1. The upper frequency of the frequency band was used in order to calculate standalone SAR test exclusion considerations.
2. Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation
3. The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison
4. The test exclusions are applicable only when the minimum test separation distance is ≤ 50 mm and for transmission frequencies between 100 MHz and 6 GHz.
When the minimum test separation distance is < 5 mm, a distance of 5 mm is applied to determine SAR test exclusion.
When the calculated threshold value by a numerical formula above-mentioned in the following table is 3.0 or less, SAR test can be excluded.
Step 2) At 1500 MHz to 6 GHz and for test separation distances > 50 mm, the SAR test exclusion threshold is determined according to the following,
[test exclusion thresholds, mW] = [(Power allowed at numeric threshold for 50mm in formula (1))] + [(test separation distance, mm) - (50mm)]  10 formula (3)
1. The upper frequency of the frequency band was used in order to calculate standalone SAR test exclusion considerations.
2. Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation
When output power is less than the calculated threshold value by a numerical formula above-mentioned in the following table, SAR test is excluded.
[SAR exclusion calculations for step 1) antenna 50mm from the user, and for step 2) antenna > 50mm from the user.]
Step 1)
SAR exclusion calculations for antenna 50mm from the user.
Step 2)
> 50mm from the user
Calculated threshold value
Maximum
Upper
Freq. output power Setup Right-front Front-right Front Right Top-front
Top
Bottom
Rear
Left
[MHz] [dBm] [mW] D[mm] 5 (2.2) 5 (2.7) 5 (3) 5 (4.2)
10
16.4
18
27
98
Main
2462 12.5 18
Judge
5.6, Measure
2.8, Reduce 1.8, Reduce 1.6, Reduce 0.8, Reduce
576mW, Reduce
Main
2462 12.5 18
Judge
5.6, Measure
2.8, Reduce 1.8, Reduce 1.6, Reduce 0.8, Reduce
576mW, Reduce
Main n20 2462 12.5 18
Judge
5.6, Measure
2.8, Reduce 1.8, Reduce 1.6, Reduce 0.8, Reduce
576mW, Reduce
Main BLE 2480
8.5
Judge
2.2, Reduce
1.1, Reduce 0.7, Reduce 0.6, Reduce 0.4, Reduce
576mW, Reduce
*. Freq: Frequency, D: Antenna separation distance, BLE: Bluetooth Low Energy, b: IEEE 802.11b, g: IEEE 802.11g, n20: IEEE 802.11n(20HT); N/A: not applied..
Antenna
Tx
mode

1) The test was conservatively performed with test separation distance 0mm.
2) For Wi-Fi operation, setup of "Right-front", "Front-right", "Front" and "Right" are applied the SAR test in body-liquid.
The SAR test of "Top-front", "Top", "Bottom" and "Rear" setups are also applied because the digital camera (EUT) is small device.
The SAR test of "Left" setup is reduced because the SAR test exclusion judge value are smaller than "3." and they have enough antenna
separation distance (as the threshold power value).
3) For Bluetooth operation, the SAR test is reduced for all setups, because the SAR test exclusion judge value are smaller than "3."
4) The EUT (digital camera) didn't have view finder, so SAR test of front-of-face condition wasn't considered.
By the determined test setup shown above, the SAR test was applied in the following procedures.
Worst SAR search by DSSS mode;
1) Determine the highest reported SAR(1g) of DSSS mode by SAR test. (*. Change the channel, if it is required.)
2) Check the SAR of OFDM mode by SAR test, if it is required.
*.
During SAR test, the radiated power is always monitored by Spectrum Analyzer.
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Operation of EUT during testing
Operating modes for SAR testing
This EUT has IEEE.802.11b, 11g and 11n(20HT) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) continuous transmitting modes.
The frequency and the modulation used in the SAR testing are shown as a following.
Operation mode
n20
2402-2480MHz
2412-2462MHz
8.5
12.5
12.5
12.5
2412, 2437, 2462
2412, 2437, 2462
2412, 2437, 2462
SAR Frequency [MHz]
tested
FHSS
DSSS
OFDM
OFDM
Modulation
condition Data rate [Mbps]
1, 2
6.5(MCS0)
Reduced
Tested
Tested
Tested
SAR tested/reduced?
RICOH WLAN CONDUCTED TEST MODE
(Version; CPU: Ver 00.20.02.02, DSP: Ver 00.90.20.05)
Controlled software
This software was used for both power measurement and SAR test. For Wi-Fi operation, it set Tx parameters which includes;
BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)
Tx frequency band
Maximum power [dBm]
"channel", and "data rate" via LCD of camera. The Wi-Fi power was set and saved in the SD card which inserted the camera during
test. For BLE operation, it set Tx parameters which includes; "channel". The BLE power was fixed by the firmware of camera.
fix
11 (*. tuned up)
11 (*. tuned up)
11 (*. tuned up)
Power Power measurement
setting
SAR
fix
11 (*. tuned up)
11 (*. tuned up)
11 (*. tuned up)
*. BLE: Bluetooth Low Energy, b: IEEE 802.11b, g: IEEE 802.11g, n20: IEEE 802.11n(20HT); n/a: not applied.
*. Any output power reducing for channel 1 and 11 to meet restricted band requirements was not observed.
SECTION 5:
Uncertainty Assessment (SAR measurement)
Uncertainty of SAR measurement (2.4-6GHz) (*.&:   5%, DAK3.5, Tx: 100% duty cycle) (v08)
1g SAR
10g SAR
Combined measurement uncertainty of the measurement system (k=1)
Expanded uncertainty (k=2)
± 13.7%
± 27.4%
± 13.6%
± 27.2%
ui
(1g)
ui
(10g)
Error Description (2.4-6GHz) (v08)
Uncertainty Probability
Value
distribution
Divisor
ci
(1g)
ci
(10g)
A Measurement System (DASY5)
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
*.
*.
Probe Calibration Error
Axial isotropy Error
Hemispherical isotropy Error
Linearity Error
Probe modulation response
Sensitivity Error (detection limit)
Boundary effects Error
Readout Electronics Error(DAE)
Response Time Error
Integration Time Error (100% duty cycle)
RF ambient conditions-noise
RF ambient conditions-reflections
Probe positioner mechanical tolerance
Probe Positioning with respect to phantom shell
Max. SAR evaluation (Post-processing)
Test Sample Related
Device Holder or Positioner Tolerance
Test Sample Positioning Error
Power scaling
Drift of output power (measured, <0.2dB)
Phantom and Setup
Phantom uncertainty (shape, thickness tolerances)
Algorithm for correcting SAR (e',σ: 5%)
Measurement Liquid Conductivity Error (DAK3.5)
Measurement Liquid Permittivity Error (DAK3.5)
Liquid Conductivity-temp.uncertainty (2deg.C.)
Liquid Permittivity-temp.uncertainty (2deg.C.)
Combined Standard Uncertainty
Expanded Uncertainty (k=2)
Vi, veff
(std. uncertainty)
(std. uncertainty)
±6.55 %
±4.7 %
±9.6 %
±4.7 %
±2.4 %
±1.0 %
±4.3%
±0.3 %
±0.8 %
±0 %
±3.0 %
±3.0 %
±3.3 %
±6.7 %
±4.0 %
Normal
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
Normal
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
Rectangular
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√3
√0.5
√0.5
√0.5
√0.5
±6.55 %
±1.9 %
±3.9 %
±2.7 %
±1.4 %
±0.6 %
±2.5 %
±0.3 %
±0.8 %
0%
±1.7 %
±1.7 %
±1.9 %
±3.9 %
±2.3 %
±6.55 %
±1.9 %
±3.9 %
±2.7 %
±1.4 %
±0.6 %
±2.5 %
±0.3 %
±0.8 %
0%
±1.7 %
±1.7 %
±1.9 %
±3.9 %
±2.3 %
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
±3.6 %
±5.0 %
±0%
±2.3%
Normal
Normal
Rectangular
Rectangular
√3
√3
±3.6 %
±5.0 %
±0 %
±2.9 %
±3.6 %
±5.0 %
±0 %
±2.9 %
145
∞
∞
±7.5 %
±1.2 %
±3.0 %
±3.1 %
±5.3 %
±0.9 %
Rectangular
Normal
Normal
Normal
Rectangular
Rectangular
√3
√3
√3
0.78
0.23
0.78
0.23
0.84
0.71
0.26
0.71
0.26
±4.3 %
±1.2 %
±2.3 %
±0.7 %
±2.4 %
±0.1 %
±13.7 %
±27.4 %
±4.3 %
±0.97 %
±2.1 %
±0.8 %
±2.2 %
±0.1 %
±13.6 %
±27.2 %
∞
∞
∞
∞
733
Table of uncertainties are listed for ISO/IEC 17025.
This measurement uncertainty budget is suggested by IEEE Std.1528(2013) and determined by Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (DASY5 Uncertainty Budget).
Per KDB 865664 D01 (v01r04) SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz, Section 2.8.1., when the highest measured SAR(1g) within a frequency band is < 1.5W/kg,
the extensive SAR measurement uncertainty analysis described in IEEE Std.1528 (2013) is not required in SAR reports submitted for equipment approval.
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6.1
Confirmation before testing
Frequency
Data
rate
[MHz] CH [Mbps]
BLE
n20
*.
*1.
*.
*.
*.
*.
Measurement Result
Power
Duty Duty Duty
Setting
cycle factor scaled Time average
(software)
[-]
fix
2402 Low
2440 Middle 1
fix
2480 High
fix
2412 1
11(*1)
2437 6
11(*1)
2462 11
11(*1)
2412 1
11(*1)
2437 6
11(*1)
2462 11
11(*1)
2412 1
11(*1)
2437 6
11(*1)
2462 11
11(*1)
2412 1 MCS0 11(*1)
2437 6 MCS0 11(*1)
2462 11 MCS0 11(*1)
[%]
[dB]
64.6
64.6
64.6
99.0
99.0
99.0
97.9
97.9
97.9
93.5
93.5
93.5
93.5
93.5
93.5
1.90
1.90
1.90
0.04
0.04
0.04
0.09
0.09
0.09
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
0.29
D/R
5.5
11
*.
*.
*.
factor
power
[-]
[dBm] [mW]
[dBm]
4.23
4.35
3.34
11.35
11.55
11.34
11.69
11.75
11.68
12.07
12.14
12.09
11.59
11.75
11.34
6.13
6.25
5.24
11.39
11.59
11.38
11.78
11.84
11.77
12.36
12.43
12.38
11.88
12.04
11.63
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.07
1.07
1.07
1.07
1.07
1.07
2.65
2.72
2.16
13.65
14.29
13.61
14.76
14.96
14.72
16.11
16.37
16.18
14.42
14.96
13.61
Power correction
Remarks
Max.  from Tune-up Was power *. Antenna gain (peak):
power max.
factor tuning applied?
-2.1 dBi
[mW] [dBm] [dB]
[-]
4.10
8.5 -2.37 1.73
n/a (fix) 4.22
8.5 -2.25 1.68
n/a (fix) 3.34
8.5 -3.26 2.12
n/a (fix) 13.77 12.5 -1.11 1.29 tuned-up(*1) 14.42 12.5 -0.91 1.23 tuned-up(*1) 13.74 12.5 -1.12 1.29 tuned-up(*1) 15.07 12.5 -0.72 1.18 tuned-up(*1) 15.28 12.5 -0.66 1.16 tuned-up(*1) 15.03 12.5 -0.73 1.18 tuned-up(*1) 17.22 12.5 -0.14 1.03 tuned-up(*1) 17.50 12.5 -0.07 1.02 tuned-up(*1) 17.30 12.5 -0.12 1.03 tuned-up(*1) 15.42 12.5 -0.62 1.15 tuned-up(*1) 16.00 12.5 -0.46 1.11 tuned-up(*1) 14.55 12.5 -0.87 1.22 tuned-up(*1) -
Burst power
: SAR test was applied.; *. xx.xx highlight is shown the maximum measured output power.; CH: channel, max: maximum, n/a: not applied.
The SAR test power of Wi-Fi was tuned-up (adjusted) to not more than 2dB lower than maximum tune-up power (KDB 447498 D01 (v06) requirement).
BLE: Bluetooth Low Energy, b: IEEE 802.11b, g: IEEE 802.11g, n20: IEEE 802.11n(20HT); n/a: not applicable.
For DSSS mode, the lowest data rate (lowest modulation) mode (1Mbps) was selected for the SAR test.
The measured duty cycle number of BLE was nearly equal to highest theory duty cycle.
Preliminary tests were performed in different data rate and data rate associated with the highest power were chosen for full test in following tables.
11b (2437MHz)
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Mode
*.
Duty cycle
Duty factor
99.0
97.9
94.8
91.0
0.04
0.09
0.23
0.41
(%)
(dB)
Power D/R
11.50
11.74
11.59 12
11.32 18
Duty cycle
(%)
93.5
91.0
88.1
83.9
Data rate (D/R, [Mbps]) vs Time average power (dBm)
11g (2437MHz)
Duty factor
Duty cycle Duty factor
Duty cycle
(dB) Power D/R
(%)
(dB) Power D/R
(%)
0.29 12.11 24
79.4
1.00 11.20 MCS0 93.5
0.41 11.90 36
72.8
1.38 10.86 MCS1 87.7
0.55 11.78 48
67.2
1.73 10.66 MCS2 83.1
0.76 11.61 56
65.6
1.83 10.52 MCS3 79.8
11n(20HT) (2437MHz)
Duty cycle
Power D/R
(%)
0.29
11.71 MCS4 72.2
0.57
11.35 MCS5 67.6
0.80
11.16 MCS6 65.5
0.98
11.01 MCS7 63.6
Duty factor
(dB)
Duty factor
(dB)
1.41
1.70
1.84
1.97
Power
10.57
10.11
10.00
9.71
Chart of the worst duty cycle for each operation mode.
BLE, 2440MHz; on:403.8 s/1cycle: 624.9 s
b (1Mbps), 2437MHz; on: 8.611 ms/1cycle: 8.697 ms
g (6Mbps), 2437MHz; on: 1.433ms/1cycle: 1.532ms
n20(MCS0), 2437MHz; on: 1.345ms/1cycle: 1.439ms
b (2Mbps), 2437MHz; on: 4.309 ms/1cycle: 4.401 ms
Calculating formula: Result-Time average power (dBm) = (P/M Reading, dBm)+(Cable loss, dB)+(Attenuator, dB)
Result-Burst power (dBm) (*.equal to 100% duty cycle) = (P/M Reading, dBm)+(Cable loss, dB)+(Attenuator, dB)+(duty factor, dB)
Duty factor (dBm) = 10  log (100/(duty cycle, %))
 form max. (dB) = (Results-Burst power (average, dBm)) - (Max.-specification output power (average, dBm))
Duty scaled factor (Duty cycle correction factor for obtained SAR value) (unit: (-)) = 100(%) / (duty cycle, %)
Tune-up factor (Power tune-up factor for obtained SAR value) (unit: (-)) = 1 / (10 ^ (“Deviation from max., dB” / 10))
Date measured: April 23, 2018 / Measured by: Hiroshi Naka / Place: preparation room of No. 7 shielded room. (23 deg.C. / 50 %RH)
Uncertainty of antenna port conducted test; Power measurement uncertainty above 1GHz for this test was: (±) 0.48 dB(Average)/(±) 0.66 dB(Peak).
Uncertainty of antenna port conducted test; Duty cycle and time measurement: (±) 0.012 %.
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SAR Measurement results
Measurement date: April 24~25, 2018
Measurement by:
Hiroshi Naka
[Liquid measurement]
Liquid parameters (*a)
ΔSAR Coefficients(*c)
Permittivity (r) [-]
Conductivity [S/m]
Temp. Depth ΔSAR Correction Date measured
Measured
Measured
Limit Target
Limit [deg.C.] [mm] (1g) [%] required?
[MHz]
Target
(*b)
Meas. Δr [%] (*b)
Meas. Δ [%]
2412
52.75 50.63
+1.65 not required. April 24, 2018,
-4.0 -5%  1.914 1.943
+1.5
0% 
2437 Body 52.72 50.56
-4.1 r-meas. 1.938 1.979
+2.1 -meas. 22.5 152 +1.95 not required. before SAR test
2462
52.68 50.46
+2.22 not required. (April 25, 2018 (*1) )
-4.2  0% 1.967 2.019
+2.7  +5%
*1. On April 25, it was within 24 hours from measurement on April 24 and same liquid temperature, so measured parameters of April 24 were used continuously
Target
Frequency
Liquid
type
[SAR measurement results]
SAR measurement results
EUT setup
Frequency Data
Mode
[MHz]
rate
(Channel)
[Mbps]
Position
2437(6)
2412(1)
2462(11)
2437(6)
2437(6)
2412(1)
Front-right
2462(11)
2437(6)
2437(6)
n20 2412(1) MCS0
2462(11)
2437(6)
2412(1)
Right-front
2462(11)
2437(6)
2412(1)
Front
b 2462(11) 1
2437(6)
Right
Top-front
Top
Bottom
Rear
Gap Battery LCD
Reported SAR (1g) [W/kg]
SAR (1g) [W/kg]
Max.value of multi-peak
[mm]
ID
position
Meas.
ΔSAR ΔSAR
[%] corrected
#1
#1
#1
#1
#3
#3
#3
USB
#2
#2
#2
#1
#1
#1
#3
#3
#3
#1
#2
#2
#1
#1
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
fix
0.807
0.743
0.800
0.866
1.04
0.934
1.03
1.01
0.931
0.918
0.921
0.747
0.704
0.661
0.743
0.754
0.721
0.501
0.112
n/a
n/a
n/a
+1.95
+1.65
+2.22
+1.95
+1.95
+1.65
+2.22
+1.95
+1.95
+1.65
+2.22
+1.95
+1.65
+2.22
+1.95
+1.65
+2.22
+1.95
+1.95
+1.95
+1.95
+1.95
fix
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
n/a (*c)
SAR
plot # in
Appendix
Plot 1-2
Plot 1-3
Plot 1-4
Plot 1-5
Plot 1-6
Plot 1-7
Plot 1-8
Plot 1-9
Plot 1-10
Plot 1-11
Plot 1-1
Plot 1-12
Plot 1-13
Plot 1-14
Plot 1-15
Plot 1-16
Plot 1-17
Plot 1-18
Plot 1-19
Plot 1-20
Plot 1-21
2-2
Duty cycle
correction
Output burst average
power correction
SAR
Corrected
Duty Duty Meas. Max. Tune-up
(*d)
[%]
scaled [dBm]. [dBm]
factor
1.01 11.59 12.5 1.23
1.01 11.39 12.5 1.29
1.01 11.38 12.5 1.29
1.02 11.84 12.5 1.16
1.07 12.43 12.5 1.02
1.07 12.36 12.5 1.03
1.07 12.38 12.5 1.03
1.07 12.43 12.5 1.02
1.07 12.04 12.5 1.11
1.07 11.88 12.5 1.15
1.07 11.63 12.5 1.22
1.01 11.59 12.5 1.23
1.01 11.39 12.5 1.29
1.01 11.38 12.5 1.29
1.01 11.59 12.5 1.23
1.01 11.39 12.5 1.29
1.01 11.38 12.5 1.29
1.01 11.59 12.5 1.23
1.01 11.59 12.5 1.23
*. Zoom scan was not performed,
because of the measured interpolated
maximum value of area scan was small
Plot 1-22 enough.
99.0
99.0
99.0
97.9
93.5
93.5
93.5
93.5
93.5
93.5
93.5
99.0
99.0
99.0
99.0
99.0
99.0
99.0
99.0
Remarks
1.003
0.968
1.042
1.025
1.135
1.029
1.135
1.102
1.106
1.130
1.202
0.928
0.917
0.861
0.923
0.982
0.939
0.622
0.139
n/a
n/a
n/a
Notes:
*. b: IEEE 802.11b, g: IEEE 802.11g, n20: IEEE 802.11n(20HT); Max.: maximum.; Meas.: Measured.; n/a: not applied.
*. Gap: It is the separation distance between the nearest position of camera outer surface and the bottom outer surface of phantom.
Battery ID: Battery ID No.#1, #2 and #3 are same. Refer to Appendix 1 for more detail.
*. During test, the EUT was operated with full charged battery and without all interface cables. (*.Except USB bus power operation.)
*. Calibration frequency of the SAR measurement probe (and used conversion factors)
SAR test frequency
Probe calibration frequency
Validity
Conversion factor
2412, 2437, 2462 MHz
2450MHz
within 50MHz of calibration frequency
7.45
*. The uncertainty is the RSS of the ConvF uncertainty at calibration frequency and the uncertainty for the indicated frequency band.
*.Data rate: 2Mbps
*.USB operation.
*. Higher reported.
Uncertainty
12.0%
*a. The target value is a parameter defined in Appendix A of KDB865664 D01 (v01r04), the dielectric parameters suggested for head and body tissue simulating liquid
are given at 2000 and 2450MHz. Parameters for the frequencies 2000-2450MHz were obtained using linear interpolation. (Refer to appendix 3-4.)
*b. Refer to KDB865664 D01 (v01r04), item 2), Clause 2.6; "When nominal tissue dielectric parameters are recorded in the probe calibration data; for example, only
target values and tolerance are reported, the measured εr and σ of the liquid used in routine measurements must be: ≤ the target εr and ≥ the target σ values and also
within 5% of the required target dielectric parameters."
*c. Calculating formula: ΔSAR(1g)= Cεr Δεr + C Δ, Cεr=-7.854E-4f3+9.402E-3f2-2.742E-2f-0.2026 / C =9.804E-3f3-8.661E-2f2+2.981E-2f+0.7829
SAR corrected SAR (1g) (W/kg) = (Meas. SAR(1g) (W/kg))  (100 - (SAR(%)) / 100
*d. Calculating formula: Reported SAR (1g) (W/kg) = (Measured SAR (1g) (W/kg))  (Duty scaled)  (Tune-up factor)
Duty scaled = Duty scaled factor: Duty cycle correction factor for obtained SAR value, Duty scaled factor [-] = 100(%) / (duty cycle, %)
Tune-up factor: Power tune-up factor for obtained SAR value, Tune-up factor [-] = 1 / (10 ^ (“Deviation from max., dB” / 10))
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(Clause 5.2, 2.4GHz SAR Procedures, in KDB248227 D01 (v02r02))
5.2.1 802.11b DSSS SAR Test Requirements
SAR is measured for 2.4 GHz 802.11b DSSS using either a fixed test position or, when applicable, the initial test position procedure. SAR test reduction is determined
according to the following:
1) When the reported SAR of the highest measured maximum output power channel (section 3.1) for the exposure configuration is ≤ 0.8 W/kg, no further SAR testing
is required for 802.11b DSSS in that exposure configuration.
2) When the reported SAR is > 0.8 W/kg, SAR is required for that exposure configuration using the next highest measured output power channel. When any reported
SAR is > 1.2 W/kg, SAR is required for the third channel; i.e., all channels require testing.
5.2.2 2.4 GHz 802.11g/n OFDM SAR Test Exclusion Requirements
When SAR measurement is required for 2.4 GHz 802.11g/n OFDM configurations, the measurement and test reduction procedures for OFDM are applied (section 5.3,
including sub-sections). SAR is not required for the following 2.4 GHz OFDM conditions.
1) When KDB Publication 447498 SAR test exclusion applies to the OFDM configuration.
2) When the highest reported SAR for DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS specified maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg.
7.2
SAR Measurement Variability
In accordance with published RF Exposure KDB procedure 865664 D01 (v01r04) SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz. These additional
measurements are repeated after the completion of all measurements requiring the same head or body tissue-equivalent medium in a frequency
band. The test device should be returned to ambient conditions (normal room temperature) with the battery fully charged before it is re-mounted
on the device holder for the repeated measurement(s) to minimize any unexpected variations in the repeated results.
1) Repeated measurement is not required when the original highest measured SAR is < 0.80 W/kg; steps 2) through 4) do not apply.
2) When the original highest measured SAR is ≥ 0.80 W/kg, repeat that measurement once.
3) Perform a second repeated measurement only if the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original and first repeated measurements is > 1.20 or when the original or
repeated measurement is ≥ 1.45 W/kg (~ 10% from the 1-g SAR limit).
4) Perform a third repeated measurement only if the original, first or second repeated measurement is ≥1.5 W/kg and the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original,
first and second repeated measurements is > 1.20.
Measured
Largest to
Frequency Data EUT setup
SAR plot # in
SAR (1g) [W/kg]
Mode
Smallest SAR
Remarks
Appendix 2-2
[MHz] rate
position
Ratio
Original Repeated
nd
Plot 1-6 *. 2 repeated measurement is not required since the ratio of the largest to
2437 6Mbps
1.000 Original:
11g
Front-right 1.04
1.04
(6ch)
Repeated: Plot 2-1 smallest SAR for the original and 1st repeated measurement is not > 1.20.
7.3
Device holder perturbation verification
When the highest reported SAR of an antenna is > 1.2 W/kg, holder perturbation verification is required for each antenna, using the highest
SAR configuration among all applicable frequency bands.
[Device holder perturbation verification]
Mode
n(20HT)
*.
Frequency Data
[MHz]
2462
(11ch)
rate
EUT setup
position
MCS0 Front-right
Calculating formula:
Measured SAR (1g) [W/kg] Device holder
Device holder
perturbation SAR
Ratio
Exist
None
0.921
0.955
+3.7 %
SAR plot # in
Appendix 2-2
Holder exist:: Plot 1-1
Holder none: Plot 3-1
Remarks
*.It was smaller than 5% of uncertainty of the setup, so
influence of a device holder was judged to be no
problem.
Device holder perturbation SAR Ratio (%) = {{((Measured SAR-none (W/kg)) / Measured SAR-exist (W/kg))} - 1}*100
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