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FCC SAR Compliance Test Report
For
TECNO MOBILE LIMITED
ROOMS 05-15, 13A/F., SOUTH TOWER, WORLD FINANCE CENTRE, HARBOUR CITY, 17
CANTON ROAD, TSIM SHA TSUI, KOWLOON, HONG KONG
Model: CX
Test Engineer:
Stars Liang
Report Number: FCC17010035A-6
Report Date:
2017-02-23
FCC ID:
2ADYY-CX
Check By:
Approved By:
Prepared By:
Hank Huang
Michal Ling
QTC Certification & Testing Co., Ltd.
2nd Floor,Bl Building,Fengyeyuan Industrial Plant,,
Liuxian 2st. Road, Xin'an Street, Bao'an
District,,Shenzhen,518000
Tel: +86-755-26996144 EXT:8164
Fax: +86-755-26996253
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Table of contents
General information ..........................................................................................................................................5
1.1
Notes ...........................................................................................................................................................5
1.2
Application details .....................................................................................................................................5
1.3
Statement of Compliance ..........................................................................................................................6
1.4
EUT Information .........................................................................................................................................8
Testing laboratory ...........................................................................................................................................10
Test Environment ............................................................................................................................................10
Applicant and Manufacturer ..........................................................................................................................10
Test standard/s: ................................................................................................................................................11
5.1
RF exposure limits ...................................................................................................................................12
5.2
SAR Definition ..........................................................................................................................................12
SAR Measurement System ..............................................................................................................................13
6.1
The Measurement System ......................................................................................................................13
6.2
Robot .........................................................................................................................................................14
6.3
Probe .........................................................................................................................................................14
6.4
Measurement procedure .........................................................................................................................15
6.5
Description of interpolation/extrapolation scheme ..............................................................................16
6.6
Phantom ....................................................................................................................................................17
6.7
Device Holder ...........................................................................................................................................18
6.8
Video Positioning System .......................................................................................................................19
6.9
Tissue simulating liquids: dielectric properties ...................................................................................20
6.10
Tissue simulating liquids: parameters ..................................................................................................21
System Check ..................................................................................................................................................23
7.1
System check procedure ........................................................................................................................23
7.2
System check results ..............................................................................................................................24
SAR Test Test Configuration .........................................................................................................................25
8.1
GSM Test Configurations ........................................................................................................................25
8.2
UMTS Test Configuration ........................................................................................................................25
8.3
LTE Test Configuration ...........................................................................................................................27
8.4
Wi-Fi Test Configuration .......................................................................................................................29
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8.5
WiFi 2.4G SAR Test Procedures .............................................................................................................29
8.6
WiFi 5G SAR Test Procedures ................................................................................................................30
Detailed Test Results ......................................................................................................................................32
9.1
Conducted Power measurements ..........................................................................................................32
9.1.1
Conducted Power of GSM850 .................................................................................................................32
9.1.2
Conducted Power of GSM1900 ...............................................................................................................33
9.1.3
Conducted Power of UMTS Band II........................................................................................................34
9.1.4
Conducted Power of UMTS Band V .......................................................................................................34
9.1.5
Conducted Power of LTE Band II ...........................................................................................................35
9.1.6
Conducted Power of LTE Band IV ..........................................................................................................38
9.1.7
Conducted Power of LTE Band VII .........................................................................................................41
9.1.8
Conducted Power of Wi-Fi 2.4G .............................................................................................................43
9.1.9
Conducted Power of Wi-Fi 5G ................................................................................................................43
9.1.10
Conducted Power of BT ..........................................................................................................................45
9.2
SAR test results .......................................................................................................................................46
9.2.1
Results overview of GSM850 ..................................................................................................................49
9.2.2
Results overview of GSM1900 ................................................................................................................50
9.2.3
Results overview of UMTS Band II .........................................................................................................51
9.2.4
Results overview of UMTS Band V ........................................................................................................52
9.2.5
Results overview of LTE Band II ............................................................................................................53
9.2.6
Results overview of LTE Band IV ...........................................................................................................54
9.2.7
Results overview of LTE Band VII ..........................................................................................................55
9.2.8
Results overview of Wi-Fi 2.4G ..............................................................................................................56
9.2.9
Results overview of Wi-Fi 5G .................................................................................................................57
10
Multiple Transmitter Information ............................................................................................................58
10.1.1
Stand-alone SAR test exclusion .............................................................................................................59
10.1.2
Simultaneous Transmission Possibilities .............................................................................................60
10.1.3
SAR Summation Scenario ......................................................................................................................61
11
Measurement uncertainty evaluation ....................................................................................................66
11.1
Measurement uncertainty evaluation for SAR test ..............................................................................66
11.2
Measurement uncertainty evaluation for system check ......................................................................67
12
Test equipment and ancillaries used for tests .....................................................................................68
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Annex A:
System performance verification ....................................................................................................69
Annex B:
Measurement results ........................................................................................................................69
Annex C:
Calibration reports ...........................................................................................................................69
Annex D:
Photo documentation .......................................................................................................................70
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Modified History
REV.
Modification Description
Issued Date
Remark
REV.1.0
Initial Test Report Relesse
2017-02-23
Hank Huang
General information
1.1
Notes
The test results of this test report relate exclusively to the test item specified in this test report.
Shenzhen Timeway Testing Laboratories does not assume responsibility for any conclusions and
generalisations drawn from the test results with regard to other specimens or samples of the type of the
equipment represented by the test item. The test report is not to be reproduced or published in full
without the prior written permission.
1.2
Application details
Date of receipt of test item:
2017-01-04
Start of test:
2017-01-05
End of test:
2017-01-29
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1.3
SAR Evaluation Report
Statement of Compliance
The maximum results of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) found during testing for X522 is as below:
Band
GSM850
GSM1900
UMTS Band II
UMTS Band V
LTE Band II
LTE Band IV
LTE Band VII
Wi-Fi 2.4G
Wi-Fi 5G
Position
MAX Reported SAR1g (W/kg)
Head
0.453
Body-Worn
0.627
Hotspot 10mm
0.655
Head
0.409
Body-Worn
0.373
Hotspot 10mm
0.408
Head
0.230
Body-Worn
0.461
Hotspot 10mm
0.414
Head
0.329
Body-Worn
0.424
Hotspot 10mm
0.418
Head
0.242
Body-Worn
0.380
Hotspot 10mm
0.393
Head
0.250
Body-Worn
0.720
Hotspot 10mm
0.729
Head
0.645
Body-Worn
0.657
Hotspot 10mm
0.668
Head
0.173
Body-Worn
0.206
Hotspot 10mm
0.205
Head
0.140
Body-Worn
0.117
Hotspot 10mm
0.121
The highest simultaneous SAR is 0.934W/kg per KDB690783 D01
The
device
is
in
compliance
with
Specific
Absorption
Rate
SAR
for
general
population/uncontraolled exposure limits of 1.6 W/Kg as averaged over any 1g tissue according to
the FCC rule §2.1093, the ANSI/IEEE C95.1:2005, the NCRP Report Number 86 for uncontrolled
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environment, according to the Industry Canada Radio Standards Specification RSS-102 for General
Population/Uncontrolled exposure, and had been tested in accordance with the measurement
methods and procedures specified in IEEE Std 1528-2013.
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1.4
SAR Evaluation Report
EUT Information
Device Information:
Product Type:
Model:
Device Type:
Exposure Category:
Production Unit or
Identical Prototype:
Mobile phone
CX
Portable device
uncontrolled environment / general population
Production Unit
Hardware version:
V1.6
Software version :
CX-H501C1-N-161222V32
Antenna Type :
Internal Antenna
Device Operating Configurations:
Supporting Mode(s) :
Modulation:
Device Class :
Operating Frequency Range(s)
GPRS class level:
Test Channels (low-mid-high):
GSM850,PCS1900, UMTS Band II , UMTS Band
V,LTE Band II, LTE Band IV, LTE Band VII,Wi-Fi ,
BT
GSM(GMSK),UMTS(QPSK/16QAM),LTE(QPSK/16Q
AM), WiFi(OFDM/CCK),BT(GFSK/π/4-DQPSK/ 8DPSK)
Class B, No DTM Mode
Band
TX(MHz)
RX(MHz)
GSM850
824~849
869~894
GSM1900
1850~1910
1930~1990
UMTS Band II
1850~1910
1930~1990
UMTS Band V
824~849
869~894
LTE Band II
1850~1910
1930~1990
LTE Band IV
1710~1755
2110~2155
LTE Band VII
2500~2570
2620~2690
Wi-Fi (2.4G)
2412~2462
Wi-Fi (5G)
5150~5350
5725~5850
BT
2402~2480
GPRS class 12
128-190-251(GSM850)
512-661-810(GSM1900)
9262-9400-9538(UMTS Band II)
1312-1413-1513(UMTS Band IV)
4132-4182-4233(UMTS Band V)
18700-18900-19100(LTE Band II)
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Power Source:
SAR Evaluation Report
20050-20175-20300(LTE Band IV)
20850-21100-21350(LTE Band VII)
1-6-11 (Wi-Fi 2.4G)
802.11a/n/ac 20M: 36-40-44-48-52-56-60-64-149153-157-161-165
802.11 n/ac 40M: 38-46-54-62-151-159 (Wi-Fi 5G)
0-39-78(BT)
0-19-39(BLE)
3.85 VDC/3200mAh/3250mAh(min/typ) Rechargeable
Battery
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Testing laboratory
Test Site
Test Location
Telephone
Fax
SAR Evaluation Report
QTC Certification & Testing Co., Ltd.
2nd Floor,Bl Building,Fengyeyuan Industrial Plant,, Liuxian 2st. Road, Xin'an
Street, Bao'an District,,Shenzhen,518000
+86-755-26996144 EXT:8164
+86-755-26996253
Test Environment
Required
18 – 25 °C
22 ± 2 °C
30 – 70 %
Ambient temperature:
Tissue Simulating liquid:
Relative humidity content:
Actual
22 ± 2 °C
22 ± 2 °C
30 – 70 %
Applicant and Manufacturer
Applicant/Client Name:
Applicant Address:
Manufacturer Name:
Manufacturer Address:
TECNO MOBILE LIMITED
ROOMS 05-15, 13A/F., SOUTH TOWER, WORLD FINANCE
CENTRE, HARBOUR CITY, 17 CANTON ROAD, TSIM SHA TSUI,
KOWLOON, HONG KONG
SHENZHEN TECNO TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD.
1-4th Floor,3rd Building,Pacific Industrial Park,No.2088,Shenyan
Road,Yantian District,Shenzhen,Guangdong,China
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Test standard/s:
ANSI Std C95.1-2005
Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency
Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz.
IEEE Std 1528-2013
Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Average
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless
Communications Devices: Measurement Techniques
RSS-102
Radio Frequency Exposure Compliance of Radiocommunication
Apparatus (All Frequency Bands (Issue 5 March 2015)
KDB447498 D01
General RF Exposure Guidance v06
KDB648474 D04
Head set SAR v01r03
KDB941225 D06
Hot Spot SAR V02r01
KDB941225 D01
3G SAR Measurement Procedures
KDB248227 D01
SAR meas for 802.11 a/b/g v02r02
KDB865664 D01
SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz v01r04
KDB865664 D02
RF Exposure Reporting v01r02
KDB 941225 D05
SAR Evaluation Considerations for LTE Devices
KDB941225 D05A
LTE Rel.10 KDB Inquiry Sheet v01r02
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5.1
SAR Evaluation Report
RF exposure limits
Human Exposure
Uncontrolled Environment
General Population
Spatial Peak SAR*
(Brain/Body/Arms/Legs)
Spatial Average SAR**
(Whole Body)
Spatial Peak SAR***
(Heads/Feet/Ankle/Wrist)
Controlled Environment
Occupational
1.60 mW/g
8.00 mW/g
0.08 mW/g
0.40 mW/g
4.00 mW/g
20.00 mW/g
The limit applied in this test report is shown in bold letters
Notes:
The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 1 gram of tissue (defined as a
tissue volume in the shape of a cube) and over the appropriate averaging time.
**
***
The Spatial Average value of the SAR averaged over the whole body.
The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 10 grams of tissue (defined as a tissue
volume in the shape of a cube) and over the appropriate averaging time.
Uncontrolled Environments are defined as locations where there is the exposure of
individuals who have no knowledge or control of their exposure.
Controlled Environments are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be
incurred by persons who are aware of the potential for exposure, (i.e. as a result of
employment or occupation.
5.2
SAR Definition
Specific Absorption Rate is defined as the time derivative (rate) of the incremental energy (dW)
absorbed by(dissipated in) an incremental mass (dm) contained in a volume element (dV) of a given
density (ρ).
SAR is expressed in units of watts per kilogram (W/kg). SAR can be related to the electric field at a
point by
where:
σ = conductivity of the tissue (S/m)
ρ = mass density of the tissue (kg/m3)
E = rms electric field strength (V/m)
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SAR Measurement System
6.1
The Measurement System
SAR Evaluation Report
Comosar is a system that is able to determine the SAR distribution inside a phantom of human
being according to different standards. The Comosar system consists of the following items:
- Main computer to control all the system
- 6 axis robot
- Data acquisition system
- Miniature E-field probe
- Device holder
- Head simulating tissue
The following figure shows the system.
The EUT under test operating at the maximum power level is placed in the phone holder, under the
phantom, which is filled with head simulating liquid. The E-Field probe measures the electric field
inside the phantom. The OpenSAR software computes the results to give a SAR value in a 1g or 10g
mass.
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Robot
The COMOSAR system uses the high precision robots KR 6 R900 sixx type out of the newer series
from Satimo SA (France).For the 6-axis controller COMOSAR system, the KUKA robot
controller version from Satimo is used. The KR 6 R900 sixx robot series have many features that are
important for
our application:
 High precision (repeatability 0.02 mm)
 High reliability (industrial design)
 Jerk-free straight movements
 Low ELF interference (the closed metallic
construction shields against motor control fields)
 6-axis controller
6.3
Probe
For the measurements the Specific Dosimetric E-Field Probe SSE 5 with following specifications is
used
Figure 1 – MVG COMOSAR Dosimetric E field Dipole
- Dynamic range: 0.01-100 W/kg
Probe Length
Length of Individual Dipoles
Maximum external diameter
Probe Tip External Diameter
Distance between dipoles / probe extremity
330 mm
4.5 mm
8 mm
5 mm
2.7 mm
- Calibration range: 300MHz to 3GHz for head & body simulating liquid.
Angle between probe axis (evaluation axis) and suface normal line:less than 30°
Figure 2 – MVG COMOSAR Dosimetric E field Dipole
Dynamic range: 0.01-100 W/kg
Probe Length
Length of Individual Dipoles
Maximum external diameter
Probe Tip External Diameter
Distance between dipoles / probe extremity
330 mm
2 mm
8 mm
2.5 mm
1 mm
- Calibration range: 5GHz to 6GHz for head & body simulating liquid.
Angle between probe axis (evaluation axis) and suface normal line:less than 30°
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Measurement procedure
The following steps are used for each test position

Establish a call with the maximum output power with a base station simulator.The connection
between the mobile and the base station simulator is established via air interface.

Measurement of the local E-field value at a fixed location.This value serves as a reference value
for calculating a possible power drift.

Measurement of the SAR distribution with a grid of 8 to 16 mm * 8 to 16 mm and a constant
distance to the inner surface of the phantom.Since the sensors can not directly measure at the
inner phantom surface,the values between the sensors and the inner phantom surface are
extrapolated.With these values the area of the maximum SAR is calculated by an interpolation
scheme.

Around this point,a cube of 30 * 30 * 30 mm or 32 * 32 * 32 mm is assessed by measuring 5 or 8
* 5 or 8 * 4 or 5 mm.With these data,the peak spatial-average SAR value can be calculated.
Spatial Peak SAR Evaluation
The procedure for spatial peak SAR evaluation has been implemented according to the test standard. It
can be conducted for 1g and 10g, as well as for user-specific masses. The SATIMO software includes
all numerical procedures necessary to evaluate the spatial peak SAR value.
The base for the evaluation is a "cube" measurement. The measured volume must include the 1g and
10g cubes with the highest averaged SAR values. For that purpose, the center of the measured volume
is aligned to the interpolated peak SAR value of a previously performed area scan.
The entire evaluation of the spatial peak values is performed within the post-processing engine. The
system always gives the maximum values for the 1g and 10g cubes. The algorithm to find the cube with
highest averaged SAR is divided into the following stages:
(a)
Extraction of the measured data (grid and values) from the Zoom Scan
(b)
Calculation of the SAR value at every measurement point based on all stored data (A/D values
and measurement parameters)
(c)
Generation of a high-resolution mesh within the measured volume
(d)
Interpolation of all measured values form the measurement grid to the high-resolution grid
(e)
Extrapolation of the entire 3-D field distribution to the phantom surface over the distance from
sensor to surface
(f)
Calculation of the averaged SAR within masses of 1g and 10g
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SAR Averaged Methods
In SATIMO, the interpolation and extrapolation are both based on the modified Quadratic Shepard’s
method. The interpolation scheme combines a least-square fitted function method and a weighted
average method which are the two basic types of computational interpolation and approximation.
Extrapolation routines are used to obtain SAR values between the lowest measurement points and the
inner phantom surface. The extrapolation distance is determined by the surface detection distance and
the probe sensor offset. The uncertainty increases with the extrapolation distance. To keep the
uncertainty within 1% for the 1 g and 10 g cubes, the extrapolation distance should not be larger than 5
mm.
6.5
Description of interpolation/extrapolation scheme

The local SAR inside the phantom is measured using small dipole sensing elements inside a
probe body.The probe tip must not be in contact with the phantom surface in order to minimise
measurements errors,but the highest local SAR will occur at the surface of the phantom.

An extrapolation is using to determinate this highest local SAR values.
The extrapolation is based on afourth-order least-square polynomial fit of measured data.The
local SAR value is then extrapolated from the liquid surface with a 1 mm step.

The measurements have to be performed over a limited time(due to the duration of the battery)
so the step of measurement is high.It could vary between 5 and 8 mm.To obtain an accurate
assessment of the maximum SAR average over 10 grams and 1gram requires a very fine
resolution in the three dimensional scanned data array.
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Phantom
For the measurements the Specific Anthropomorphic Mannequin (SAM) defined by the IEEE
SCC-34/SC2 group is used. The phantom is a polyurethane shell integrated in a wooden table. The
thickness of the phantom amounts to 2mm +/- 0.2mm. It enables the dosimetric evaluation of left and
right phone usage and includes an additional flat phantom part for the simplified performance check.
The phantom set-up includes a cover, which prevents the evaporation of the liquid.
System Material
Delrin
Permittivity
3.7
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Device Holder
The positioning system allows obtaining cheek and tilting position with a very good accuracy. In
compliance with CENELEC, the tilt angle uncertainty is lower than 1°.
Device holder
System Material
Permittivity
Loss Tangent
Delrin
3.7
0.005
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6.8
SAR Evaluation Report
Video Positioning System

The video positioning system is used in OpenSAR to check the probe. Which is composed of a
camera, LED, mirror and mechanical parts. The camera is piloted by the main computer with
firewire link.

During the process, the actual position of the probe tip with respect to the robot arm is
measured, as well as the probe length and the horizontal probe offset. The software then
corrects all movements, such that the robot coordinates are valid for the probe tip.

The repeatability of this process is better than 0.1 mm. If a position has been taught with an
aligned probe, the same position will be reached with another aligned probe within 0.1 mm,
even if the other probe has different dimensions. During probe rotations, the probe tip will keep
its actual position.
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6.9
SAR Evaluation Report
Tissue simulating liquids: dielectric properties
For SAR measurement of the field distribution inside the phantom, the phantom must be filled with homogeneous
tissue simulating liquid to a depth of at least 15 cm. For head SAR testing, the liquid height from the ear reference
point (ERP) of the phantom to the liquid top surface is larger than 15 cm. For body SAR testing, the liquid height
from the center of the flat phantom to the liquid top surface is larger than 15 cm. The simulating liquids should be
checked at the beginning of a series of SAR measurements to determine of the dielectic parameter are within the
tolerances of the specified target values. The measured conductivity and relative permittivity should be within ±
5% of the target values.
The following materials are used for producing the tissue-equivalent materials.
(Liquids used for tests are marked with ):
Ingredients(% of
Frequency (MHz)
weight)
frequency band
750
835
1800
1900
Tissue Type
Head
Head
Head
Head
Water
39.2
41.45
52.64
55.242
Salt (NaCl)
2.7
1.45
0.36
0.306
Sugar
57.0
56.0
0.0
0.0
HEC
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
Bactericide
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.0
Triton X-100
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
DGBE
0.0
0.0
47.0
44.542
Ingredients(% of
Frequency (MHz)
weight)
frequency band
750
835
1800
1900
Tissue Type
Body
Body
Body
Body
Water
50.30
52.4
69.91
69.91
Salt (NaCl)
1.60
1.40
0.13
0.13
Sugar
47.0
45.0
0.0
0.0
HEC
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.0
Bactericide
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
Triton X-100
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
DGBE
0.0
0.0
29.96
29.96
2450
Head
62.7
0.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
36.8
0.0
2600
Head
55.242
0.306
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
44.452
2450
Body
73.2
0.04
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
26.7
2600
Body
64.493
0.024
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
32.252
Salt: 99+% Pure Sodium Chloride
Sugar: 98+% Pure Sucrose
Water: De-ionized, 16M+ resistivity
HEC: Hydroxyethyl Cellulose
DGBE: 99+% Di(ethylene glycol) butyl ether, [2-(2-butoxyethoxy)ethanol]
Triton X-100(ultra pure): Polyethylene glycol mono [4-(1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)phenyl]ether
Simulating Head Liquid for 5G(HBBL3500-5800MHz), Manufactured by SPEAG:
Ingredients
(% by weight)
Water
50-65%
Mineral oil
10-30%
8-25%
Emulsifiers
0-1.5%
Sodium salt
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Simulating Body Liquid for 5G(MBBL3500-5800MHz),Manufactured by SPEAG:
Ingredients
(% by weight)
Water
60-80%
Esters,Emulsifiers,Inhibitors
20-40%
0-1.5%
Sodium salt
6.10 Tissue simulating liquids: parameters
Tissue
Type
835MHz
Head
835MHz
Body
1800MHz
Head
1800MHz
Body
1900MHz
Head
1900MHz
Body
2450MHz
Head
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Target Tissue
Measured Tissue
Target
Permittivity
εr
Range of
±5%
Target
Conductivity
σ (S/m)
Range of
±5%
εr
σ (S/m)
825
41.60
39.52~43.68
0.90
0.86~0.95
40.34
0.91
835
41.50
39.43~43.58
0.90
0.86~0.95
40.33
0.92
850
41.50
39.43~43.58
0.92
0.87~0.97
40.11
0.94
825
55.20
52.44~57.96
0.97
0.92~1.02
54.04
0.98
835
55.20
52.44~57.96
0.97
0.92~1.02
53.93
0.99
850
55.20
52.44~57.96
0.99
0.94~1.04
53.69
1.01
1710
40.10
38.10~42.10
1.35
1.28~1.42
39.95
1.34
1730
40.10
38.10~42.10
1.35
1.29~1.43
39.87
1.36
1750
40.10
38.10~42.10
1.37
1.30~1.44
39.69
1.39
1800
40.00
38.00~42.00
1.40
1.33~1.47
39.48
1.44
1710
53.50
50.83~56.18
1.46
1.39~1.53
53.24
1.45
1730
53.50
50.83~56.18
1.48
1.41~1.55
53.39
1.47
1750
53.40
50.73~56.07
1.49
1.42~1.56
53.19
1.49
1800
53.30
50.64~55.97
1.52
1.44~1.60
52.97
1.54
1850
40.00
38.00~42.00
1.40
1.33~1.47
39.93
1.37
1880
40.00
38.00~42.00
1.40
1.33~1.47
39.91
1.40
1900
40.00
38.00~42.00
1.40
1.33~1.47
39.98
1.41
1910
40.00
38.00~42.00
1.40
1.33~1.47
39.97
1.42
1850
53.30
50.64~55.97
1.52
1.44~1.60
53.23
1.49
1880
53.30
50.64~55.97
1.52
1.44~1.60
53.36
1.53
1900
53.30
50.64~55.97
1.52
1.44~1.60
53.37
1.56
1910
53.30
50.64~55.97
1.52
1.44~1.60
53.37
1.57
2410
39.30
37.34~41.26
1.76
1.67~1.85
39.22
1.78
2435
39.20
37.24~41.16
1.79
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1.70~1.88
39.25
1.77
Liquid
Temp.
Test
Date
21.6°C
201701-05
21.6°C
201701-06
21.6°C
201701-07
21.6°C
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2450MHz
Body
2600MHz
Head
SAR Evaluation Report
2450
39.20
37.24~41.16
1.80
1.71~1.89
39.24
1.76
2460
39.20
37.24~41.16
1.81
1.72~1.90
39.20
1.76
2410
52.80
50.16~55.44
1.91
1.81~2.00
52.72
1.92
2435
52.70
50.07~55.34
1.94
1.84~2.04
52.75
1.92
2450
52.70
50.07~55.34
1.95
1.85~2.05
52.74
1.91
2460
52.70
50.07~55.34
1.96
1.86~2.06
52.70
1.91
2510
39.00
37.05~40.95
1.96
1.86~2.06
38.87
1.93
2535
39.00
37.05~40.95
1.96
1.86~2.06
38.58
1.93
2560
39.00
37.05~40.95
1.96
1.86~2.06
38.98
2.02
2600
39.00
37.05~40.95
1.96
1.86~2.06
52.50
2.02
21.6°C
2600MHz
Body
5G
Head
2510
52.50
49.90~55.11
2.16
2.05~2.27
52.21
2.04
2535
52.50
49.90~55.11
2.16
2.05~2.27
51.92
2.06
2560
52.50
49.90~55.11
2.16
2.05~2.27
52.01
2.09
2600
52.50
49.90~55.11
2.16
2.05~2.27
38.87
1.93
5200
36.0
34.20~37.80
4.66
4.43~4.89
35.62
4.50
5300
35.9
34.10~37.70
4.76
4.52~5.00
35.52
4.83
5800
35.3
33.54~37.07
5.27
5.01~5.53
34.63
5.16
21.6°C
5G
Body
5200
49.0
46.55~51.45
5.30
5.03~5.56
49.86
5.19
5300
48.9
46.05~51.35
5.42
5.15~5.69
48.32
5.27
5800
48.20
45.79~50.61
6.00
5.70~6.30
47.74
6.09
εr= Relative permittivity, σ= Conductivity
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System Check
7.1
System check procedure
SAR Evaluation Report
The System check is performed by using a System check dipole which is positioned parallel to the
planar part of the SAM phantom at the reference point. The distance of the dipole to the SAM phantom
is determined by a spacer. The dipole is connected to the signal source consisting of signal generator
and amplifier via a directional coupler, N-connector cable and adaption to SMA. It is fed with a power of
100 mW. To adjust this power a power meter is used. The power sensor is connected to the cable
before the System check to measure the power at this point and do adjustments at the signal generator.
At the outputs of the directional coupler both return loss as well as forward power are controlled during
the validation to make sure that emitted power at the dipole is kept constant. This can also be checked
by the power drift measurement after the test (result on plot).
System check results have to be equal or near the values determined during dipole calibration (target
SAR in table above) with the relevant liquids and test system.
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SAR Evaluation Report
System check results
The system Check is performed for verifying the accuracy of the complete measurement system and
performance of the software.The following table shows System check results for all frequency bands
and tissue liquids used during the tests (plot(s) see annex A).
Measured SAR
(Normalized to 1W)
Target SAR (1W) (+/-10%)
System
Check
Liquid
Temp.
Test Date
6.150
21.6°C
2017-01-05
39.980
20.600
21.6°C
2017-01-06
18.45~22.55
39.980
21.070
21.6°C
2017-01-07
23.95
21.56~26.35
53.930
24.530
21.6°C
2017-01-09
51.20~62.56
24.92
22.43~27.41
53.180
23.430
21.6°C
2017-01-10
164.05
147.65~180.45
57.03
51.33~62.73
174.700
56.790
21.6°C
2017-01-17
D5400V2
Head
171.66
154.50~188.82
59.33
53.40~65.26
177.950
61.560
21.6°C
2017-01-17
D5800V2
Head
185.02
166.52~203.52
62.43
56.19~68.67
185.190
63.340
21.6°C
2017-01-17
D835V2
Body
9.41
8.47~10.35
6.22
5.99~6.84
10.150
6.450
21.6°C
2017-01-05
D1800V2
Body
38.03
34.23~41.83
20.69
18.62~22.76
41.560
21.720
21.6°C
2017-01-06
D1900V2
Body
38.73
34.86~42.60
20.48
18.43~22.53
39.330
20.940
21.6°C
2017-01-07
D2450V2
Body
51.39
46.25~56.53
23.63
21.27~25.99
54.330
23.330
21.6°C
2017-01-09
D2600V2
Body
54.54
49.09~59.99
24.37
21.94~26.80
57.860
25.600
21.6°C
2017-01-10
D5200V2
Body
163.36
147.03~179.69
57.09
51.39~62.79
167.180
59.640
21.6°C
2017-01-17
D5400V2
Body
166.22
149.60~182.84
57.22
51.50~62.94
165.370
58.820
21.6°C
2017-01-17
D5800V2
Body
177.10
159.39~194.81
59.95
53.96~65.94
179.660
60.800
21.6°C
2017-01-17
1-g
(mW/g)
Range of
±10%
1-g (mW/g)
10-g
(mW/g)
Range of
±10%
10-g (mW/g)
1-g
(mW/g)
10-g
(mW/g)
D835V2
Head
9.82
8.84~10.80
6.35
5.72~6.99
9.700
D1800V2
Head
37.09
33.38~40.80
19.77
17.93~21.75
D1900V2
Head
38.93
35.04~42.82
20.27
D2450V2
Head
53.41
48.07~58.75
D2600V2
Head
56.88
D5200V2
Head
Note: All SAR values are normalized to 1W forward power.
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SAR Test Test Configuration
8.1
GSM Test Configurations
SAR Evaluation Report
SAR tests for GSM850 and GSM1900, a communication link is set up with a base station by air link.
Using CMU200 the power lever is set to “5”and “0” in SAR of GSM850 and GSM1900. The tests in the
band of GSM 850 and GSM 1900 are performed in the mode of GPRS/EGPRS function. Since the
GPRS class is 12 for this EUT, it has at most 4 timeslots in uplink and at most 4 timeslots in downlink,
the maximum total timeslot is 5.
When SAR tests for EGPRS mode is necessary, GMSK modulation should be used to minimize SAR
measurement error due to higher peak-to-average power (PAR) ratios inherent in 8-PSK.
8.2
UMTS Test Configuration
1) Output Power Verification
Maximum output power is verified on the high, middle and low channels according to procedures described in
section 5.2 of 3GPP TS 34.121, using the appropriate RMC or AMR with TPC (transmit power control) set to all “1
‟s” for WCDMA/HSDPA or by applying the required inner loop power control procedures to maintain maximum
output power while HSUPA is active. Results for all applicable physical channel configurations (DPCCH,
DPDCHn and spreading codes, HSDPA, HSPA) are requied in the SAR report. All configurations that are not
supported by the handset or cannot be measured due to technical or equipment limitations must be clearly
identified.
2) WCDMA
a. Head SAR Measurements
SAR for next to the ear head exposure is measured using a 12.2 kbps RMC with TPC bits configured to all “1‟s”.
The 3G SAR test reduction procedure is applied to AMR configurations with 12.2 kbps RMC as the primary mode.
Otherwise, SAR is measured for 12.2 kbps AMR in 3.4 kbps SRB (signaling radio bearer) using the highest
reported SAR configuration in 12.2 kbps RMC for head exposure.
b. Body SAR Measurements
SAR for body-worn accessory configurations is measured using a 12.2 kbps RMC with TPC bits configured to all
“1‟s”. The 3G SAR test reduction procedure is applied to other spreading codes and multiple DPDCHn
configurations supported by the handset with 12.2 kbps RMC as the primary mode
3) HSDPA
SAR for body exposure configurations is measured according to the “Body SAR Measurements‟‟ procedures of
3G device. When the maximum output power and tune-up tolerance specified for production units in a secondary
mode is ≤ ¼ dB higher than the primary mode or when the highest reported SAR of the primary mode is scaled
by the ratio of specified maximum output power and tune-up tolerance of secondary to primary mode and the
adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg, SAR measurement is not required for the secondary mode. This is referred to as
the 3G SAR test reduction procedure in the following SAR test guidance, where the primary mode is identified in
the applicable wireless mode test procedures and the secondary mode is wireless mode being considered for
SAR test reduction by that procedure. When the 3G SAR test reduction procedure is not satisfied, it is identified
as “otherwise” in the applicable procedures; SAR measurement is required for the secondary mode.
Per KDB941225 D01, the 3G SAR test reduction procedure is applied to HSDPA body configurations with 12.2
kbps RMC as the primary mode. Otherwise, SAR is measured for HSDPA using the HSDPA body SAR
procedures for the highest reported SAR body exposure configuration in 12.2 kbps RMC.
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HSDPA should be configured according to UE category of a test device. The number of HS-DSCH/HS-PDSCHs,
HAPRQ processes, minimum inter-TTI interval, transport block sizes and RV coding sequence are defined by the
H-set. To maintain a consistent test configuration and stable transmission condition, QPSK is used in the H-set
for SAR testing. HS-DPCCH should be configured with a CQI feedback cycle of 4ms with a CQI repetition factor
of 2 to maintain a constant rate of active CQI slots. The β c andβ d gain factors for DPCCH and DPDCH were set
according to the values in the below table,  hs for HS-DPCCH is set automatically to the correct value when
ΔACK, ΔNACK, ΔCQI = 8. The variation of the β c /β d ratio causes a power reduction at sub-tests 2 - 4.
The measurements were performed with a Fixed Reference Channel (FRC) and H-Set 1 QPSK.:
4)HSUPA
SAR for body exposure configurations is measured according to the “Body SAR Measurements‟‟ procedures of
3G device. When the maximum output power and tune-up tolerance specified for production units in a secondary
mode is ≤ ¼ dB higher than the primary mode or when the highest reported SAR of the primary mode is scaled
by the ratio of specified maximum output power and tune-up tolerance of secondary to primary mode and the
adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg, SAR measurement is not required for the secondary mode.
Per KDB941225 D01v03, the 3G SAR test reduction procedure is applied to HSPA (HSUPA/HSDPA with RMC)
body configurations with 12.2 kbps RMC as the primary mode. Otherwise, SAR is measured for HSPA using the
HSPA body SAR procedures for the highest reported body exposure SAR configuration in 12.2 kbps RMC.
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8.3
SAR Evaluation Report
LTE Test Configuration
SAR for LTE band exposure configurations is measured according to the procedures of KDB 941225 D05 SAR
for LTE Devices. The CMW500 WideBand Radio Communication Tester was used for LTE output power
measurements and SAR testing. Closed loop power control was used so the UE transmits with maximum output
power during SAR testing.SAR test were performed with the same number of RB and RB offsets transmitting on
all TTI frames(Maximum TTI)
1) Spectrum Plots for RB configurations
A properly configured base station simulator was used for LTE output power measurements and SAR
testing.Therefore, spectrum plots for RB configurations were not required to be included in this report.
2) MPR
When MPR is implemented permanently within the UE, regardless of network requirements, only those RB
configurations allowed by 3GPP for the channel bandwidth and modulation combinations may be tested with MPR
active. Configurations with RB allocations less than the RB thresholds required by 3GPP must be tested without
MPR.
The allowed Maximum Power Reduction (MPR) for the maximum output power due to higher order modulation
and transmit bandwidth configuration (resource blocks) is specified in Table 6.2.3-1 of the 3GPP TS36.101.
3) A-MPR
A-MPR(Additional MPR) has been disabled for all SAR tests by using Network Signalling Value of “NS_01”on the
base station simulator.
4) LTE procedures for SAR testing
A) Largest channel bandwidth standalone SAR test requirements
i) QPSK with 1 RB allocation
Start with the largest channel bandwidth and measure SAR for QPSK with 1 RB allocation, using the RB offset
and required test channel combination with the highest maximum output power for RB offsets at the upper edge,
middle and lower edge of each required test channel. When the reported SAR is ≤ 0.8 W/kg, testing of the
remaining RB offset configurations and required test channels is not required for 1 RB allocation; otherwise, SAR
is required for the remaining required test channels and only for the RB offset configuration with the highest
output power for that channel. When the reported SAR of a required test channel is > 1.45 W/kg, SAR is required
for all three RB offset configurations for that required test channel.
ii) QPSK with 50% RB allocation
The procedures required for 1 RB allocation in i) are applied to measure the SAR for QPSK with 50% RB
allocation.
iii) QPSK with 100% RB allocation
For QPSK with 100% RB allocation, SAR is not required when the highest maximum output power for 100 % RB
allocation is less than the highest maximum output power in 50% and 1 RB allocations and the highest reported
SAR for 1 RB and 50% RB allocation in i) and ii) are ≤ 0.8 W/kg. Otherwise, SAR is measured for the highest
output power channel and if the reported SAR is > 1.45 W/kg, the remaining required test channels must also be
tested.
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iv) Higher order modulations
For each modulation besides QPSK; e.g., 16-QAM, 64-QAM, apply the QPSK procedures in above sections to
determine the QAM configurations that may need SAR measurement. For each configuration identified as
required for testing, SAR is required only when the highest maximum output power for the configuration in the
higher order modulation is > ½ dB higher than the same configuration in QPSK or when the reported SAR for the
QPSK configuration is > 1.45 W/kg.
B) Other channel bandwidth standalone SAR test requirements
For the other channel bandwidths used by the device in a frequency band, apply all the procedures required for
the largest channel bandwidth in section A) to determine the channels and RB configurations that need SAR
testing and only measure SAR when the highest maximum output power of a configuration requiring testing in the
smaller channel bandwidth is > ½ dB higher than the equivalent channel configurations in the largest channel
bandwidth configuration or the reported SAR of a configuration for the largest channel bandwidth is > 1.45 W/kg.
5) TDD LTE test configuration
According to KDB 941225 D05 SAR for LTE Devices v02r04, for Time-Division Duplex (TDD) systems, SAR must
be tested using a fixed periodic duty factor according to the highest transmission duty factor implemented for the
device and supported by the defined 3GPP LTE TDD configurations.
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8.4
SAR Evaluation Report
Wi-Fi Test Configuration
For the 802.11b/g SAR tests, a communication link is set up with the test mode software for Wi-Fi
mode test. The Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number(ARFCN) is allocated to 1 ,6 and 11
respectively in the case of 2450 MHz.During the test,at the each test frequency channel, the EUT is
operated at the RF continuous emission mode. Each channel should be tested at the lowest data rate.
802.11b/g operating modes are tested independently according to the service requirements in each
frquency band. 802.11b/g modes are tested on channel 1, 6, 11; however,if output power reduction is
necessary for channels 1 and/or 11 to meet restricted band requirements the highest output channel
closest to each of these channels must be tested instead.
SAR is not required for 802.11g/n channels when the maximum average output power is less than
0.25dB higher than that measured on the corresponding 802.11b channels.
Mode
802.11b/g
Band
2.4 GHz
GHz
Channel
2412
“Default Test Channels”
802.11b
802.11g
1#
√
△
2437
√
△
2462
11#
√
△
Notes:
√ = “default test channels”
△= possible 802.11g channels with maximum average output ¼ dB the “default test channels”
# = when output power is reduced for channel 1 and /or 11 to meet restricted band requirements
the highest output channels closest to each of these channels should be tested.
802.11 Test Channels per FCC Requirements
8.5
WiFi 2.4G SAR Test Procedures
Separate SAR procedures are applied to DSSS and OFDM configurations in the 2.4 GHz band to
simplify DSSS test requirements. For 802.11b DSSS SAR measurements, DSSS SAR procedure
applies to fixed exposure test position and initial test position procedure applies to multiple exposure
test positions.
A)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 of of
KDB 248227D01v02) 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.
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B) 2.4GHz 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 of of KDB 248227D01v02r01). 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.
C) SAR Test Requirements for OFDM configurations
When SAR measurement is required for 802.11 g/n OFDM configurations, each standalone and
frequency aggregated band is considered separately for SAR test reduction. In applying the initial test
configuration and subsequent test configuration procedures, the 802.11 transmission configuration with
the highest specified maximum output power and the channel within a test configuration with the
highest measured maximum output power should be clearly distinguished to apply the procedures.
8.6
WiFi 5G SAR Test Procedures
A) U-NII-1 and U-NII-2A Bands
For devices that operate in only one of the U-NII-1 and U-NII-2A bands, the normally required SAR procedures for
OFDM configurations are applied. For devices that operate in both U-NII bands using the same transmitter and
antenna(s), SAR test reduction is determined according to the following:
1) When the same maximum output power is specified for both bands, begin SAR measurement in U- NII-2A
band by applying the OFDM SAR requirements. If the highest reported SAR for a test configuration is ≤ 1.2 W/kg,
SAR is not required for U-NII-1 band for that configuration (802.11 mode and exposure condition); otherwise, both
bands are tested independently for SAR.
2) When different maximum output power is specified for the bands, begin SAR measurement in the band with
higher specified maximum output power. The highest reported SAR for the tested configuration is adjusted by the
ratio of lower to higher specified maximum output power for the two bands. When the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2
W/kg, SAR is not required for the band with lower maximum output power in that test configuration; otherwise,
both bands are tested independently for SAR.
3) The two U-NII bands may be aggregated to support a 160 MHz channel on channel number 50.
Without additional testing, the maximum output power for this is limited to the lower of the maximum output power
certified for the two bands. When SAR measurement is required for at least one of the bands and the highest
reported SAR adjusted by the ratio of specified maximum output power of aggregated to standalone band is > 1.2
W/kg, SAR is required for the 160 MHz channel. This procedure does not apply to an aggregated band with
maximum output higher than the standalone band(s); the aggregated band must be tested independently for SAR.
SAR is not required when the 160 MHz channel is operating at a reduced maximum power and also qualifies for
SAR test exclusion.
B) U-NII-2C and U-NII-3 Bands
The frequency range covered by these bands is 380 MHz (5.47 – 5.85 GHz), which requires a minimum of at
least two SAR probe calibration frequency points to support SAR measurements. when Terminal Doppler
Weather Radar (TDWR) restriction applies, all channels that operate at 5.60 – 5.65 GHz must be included to
apply the SAR test reduction and measurement procedures.
When the same transmitter and antenna(s) are used for U-NII-2C band and U-NII-3 band or 5.8 GHz band of
§15.247, the bands may be aggregated to enable additional channels with 20, 40 or 80 MHz bandwidth to span
across the band gap, as illustrated in Appendix B. The maximum output power for the additional band gap
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channels is limited to the lower of those certified for the bands. Unless band gap channels are permanently
disabled, they must be considered for SAR testing. The frequency range covered by these bands is 380 MHz
(5.47 – 5.85 GHz), which requires a minimum of at least two SAR probe calibration frequency points to support
SAR measurements. To maintain SAR measurement accuracy and to facilitate test reduction, the channels in UNII-2C band above 5.65 GHz may be grouped with the 5.8 GHz channels in U-NII-3 or §15.247 band to enable
two SAR probe calibration frequency points to cover the bands, including the band gap channels. When band gap
channels are supported and the bands are not aggregated for SAR testing, band gap channels must be
considered independently in each band according to the normally required OFDM SAR measurement and probe
calibration frequency points requirements.
C) OFDM Transmission Mode SAR Test Configuration and Channel Selection Requirements
The initial test configuration for 5 GHz OFDM transmission modes is determined by the 802.11 configuration with
the highest maximum output power specified for production units, including tune-up tolerance, in each standalone
and aggregated frequency band. SAR for the initial test configuration is measured using the highest maximum
output power channel determined by the default power measurement procedures. When multiple configurations in
a frequency band have the same specified maximum output power, the initial test configuration is determined
according to the following steps applied sequentially.
1) The largest channel bandwidth configuration is selected among the multiple configurations with the same
specified maximum output power.
2) If multiple configurations have the same specified maximum output power and largest channel bandwidth, the
lowest order modulation among the largest channel bandwidth configurations is selected.
3) If multiple configurations have the same specified maximum output power, largest channel bandwidth and
lowest order modulation, the lowest data rate configuration among these configurations is selected.
4) When multiple transmission modes (802.11a/g/n/ac) have the same specified maximum output power, largest
channel bandwidth, lowest order modulation and lowest data rate, the lowest order 802.11 mode is selected; i.e.,
802.11a is chosen over 802.11n then 802.11ac or 802.11g is chosen over 802.11n. After an initial test
configuration is determined, if multiple test channels have the same measured maximum output power, the
channel chosen for SAR measurement is determined according to the following. These channel selection
procedures apply to both the initial test configuration and subsequent test configuration(s), with respect to the
default power measurement procedures or additional power measurements required for further SAR test
reduction. The same procedures also apply to subsequent highest output power channel(s) selection.
1) The channel closest to mid-band frequency is selected for SAR measurement.
2) For channels with equal separation from mid-band frequency; for example, high and low channels or two midband channels, the higher frequency (number) channel is selected for SAR measurement.
D) SAR Test Requirements for OFDM configurations
When SAR measurement is required for 802.11 a/n/ac OFDM configurations, each standalone and frequency
aggregated band is considered separately for SAR test reduction. When the same transmitter and antenna(s) are
used for U-NII-1 and U-NII-2A bands, additional SAR test reduction applies. When band gap channels between
U-NII-2C band and 5.8 GHz U-NII-3 or §15.247 band are supported, the highest maximum output power
transmission mode configuration and maximum output power channel across the bands must be used to
determine SAR test reduction, according to the initial test configuration and subsequent test configuration
requirements. In applying the initial test configuration and subsequent test configuration procedures, the 802.11
transmission configuration with the highest specified maximum output power and the channel within a test
configuration with the highest measured maximum output power should be clearly distinguished to apply the
procedures.
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Detailed Test Results
9.1
Conducted Power measurements
SAR Evaluation Report
The maximum conducted average power (Unit: dBm) including tune-up tolerance is shown as below.
9.1.1 Conducted Power of GSM850
GSM850(SIM1)
GSM(CS)
1 Tx Slot
2 Tx Slots
GPRS
(GMSK) 3 Tx Slots
4 Tx Slots
1 Tx Slot
EGPRS 2 Tx Slots
(8-PSK)
3 Tx Slots
4 Tx Slots
GSM850(SIM2)
GSM(CS)
1 Tx Slot
2 Tx Slots
GPRS
(GMSK) 3 Tx Slots
4 Tx Slots
1 Tx Slot
EGPRS 2 Tx Slots
(8-PSK)
3 Tx Slots
4 Tx Slots
Burst-Averaged output
Power (dBm)
128CH 190CH
251CH
32.94
32.75
32.67
32.85
32.81
32.72
32.03
31.86
31.61
31.00
30.56
30.40
29.77
29.40
29.39
32.52
32.28
32.19
31.50
31.33
31.08
30.47
30.03
29.87
29.24
28.87
28.86
Burst-Averaged output
Power (dBm)
128CH 190CH
251CH
32.65
32.52
32.33
32.57
32.51
32.29
31.85
31.72
31.58
30.71
30.52
30.43
29.51
29.28
29.25
32.33
32.18
32.27
31.44
31.28
31.16
30.45
30.38
29.98
29.12
28.67
28.55
Division
Factors
-9.03
-9.03
-6.02
-4.26
-3.01
-9.03
-6.02
-4.26
-3.01
Division
Factors
-9.03
-9.03
-6.02
-4.26
-3.01
-9.03
-6.02
-4.26
-3.01
Source Based time Average
Power(dBm)
128CH
190CH
251CH
23.91
23.72
23.64
23.82
23.78
23.69
26.01
25.84
25.59
26.74
26.30
26.14
26.76
26.39
26.38
23.49
23.25
23.16
25.48
25.31
25.06
26.21
25.77
25.61
26.23
25.86
25.85
Source Based time Average
Power(dBm)
128CH
190CH
251CH
23.62
23.49
23.30
23.54
23.48
23.26
25.83
25.70
25.56
26.45
26.26
26.17
26.50
26.27
26.24
23.30
23.15
23.24
25.42
25.26
25.14
26.19
26.12
25.72
26.11
25.66
25.54
Note: 1) The conducted power of GSM850 is measured with RMS detector.
2) Frame-averaged output power was calculated from the measured burst-averaged output power
by converting the slot powers into linear units and calculating the energy over 8 timesolts.
3)The bolded GPRS 4Tx slots mode was selected for SAR testing according the highest Source
Based time Average Power table.
4) channel /Frequency: 128/824.2; 190/836.6; 251/848.8
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9.1.2 Conducted Power of GSM1900
GSM1900(SIM1)
GSM(CS)
1 Tx Slot
2 Tx Slots
GPRS
(GMSK) 3 Tx Slots
4 Tx Slots
1 Tx Slot
Tx Slots
EGPRS
(8-PSK)
3 Tx Slots
4 Tx Slots
GSM1900(SIM2)
GSM(CS)
1 Tx Slot
2 Tx Slots
GPRS
(GMSK) 3 Tx Slots
4 Tx Slots
1 Tx Slot
EGPRS 2 Tx Slots
(8-PSK)
3 Tx Slots
4 Tx Slots
Burst-Averaged output
Power (dBm)
512CH 661CH
810CH
29.01
29.58
29.85
28.97
29.61
29.78
28.12
28.43
28.57
26.81
27.26
27.60
25.78
26.35
26.56
28.43
28.57
28.60
27.29
27.41
27.55
26.17
26.38
26.40
25.08
25.22
25.39
Burst-Averaged output
Power (dBm)
512CH 661CH
810CH
29.22
29.45
29.69
28.91
29.52
29.74
28.05
28.22
28.47
26.53
27.24
27.48
25.45
26.21
26.5
28.23
28.35
28.42
27.14
27.28
27.43
26.02
26.24
26.35
25.02
25.16
25.27
Division
Factors
-9.03
-9.03
-6.02
-4.26
-3.01
-9.03
-6.02
-4.26
-3.01
Division
Factors
-9.03
-9.03
-6.02
-4.26
-3.01
-9.03
-6.02
-4.26
-3.01
Source Based time Average
Power(dBm)
512CH
661CH
810CH
19.98
20.55
20.82
19.94
20.58
20.75
22.10
22.41
22.55
22.55
23.00
23.34
22.77
23.34
23.55
19.40
19.54
19.57
21.27
21.39
21.53
21.91
22.12
22.14
22.07
22.21
22.38
Source Based time Average
Power(dBm)
512CH
661CH
810CH
20.19
20.42
20.66
19.88
20.49
20.71
22.03
22.20
22.45
22.27
22.98
23.22
22.44
23.20
23.49
19.20
19.32
19.39
21.12
21.26
21.41
21.76
21.98
22.09
22.01
22.15
22.26
Note: 1) The conducted power of GSM1900 is measured with RMS detector.
2) Frame-averaged output power was calculated from the measured burst-averaged output power
by converting the slot powers into linear units and calculating the energy over 8 timesolts.
3)The bolded GPRS 4Tx slots mode was selected for SAR testing according the highest Source
Based time Average Power table.
4) channel /Frequency: 512/1850.2; 661/1880; 810/1909.8
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9.1.3 Conducted Power of UMTS Band II
UMTS Band II
WCDMA
HSDPA
HSUPA
Conducted Power (dBm)
9262CH
9400CH
9538CH
12.2kbps RMC
22.69
22.37
22.98
Subtest 1
22.33
22.46
22.24
Subtest 2
21.15
21.17
21.11
Subtest 3
21.20
21.21
21.19
Subtest 4
21.00
21.25
21.34
Subtest 1
22.43
20.54
20.33
Subtest 2
21.02
21.21
21.06
Subtest 3
21.30
21.13
21.16
Subtest 4
21.35
21.18
21.20
Subtest 5
21.23
21.98
21.01
Note: 1) channel /Frequency: 9262/1852.4, 9400/1880, 9538/1907.6
9.1.4 Conducted Power of UMTS Band V
UMTS Band V
WCDMA
HSDPA
HSUPA
Conducted Power (dBm)
4132CH
4182CH
4233CH
12.2kbps RMC
22.82
22.86
22.53
Subtest 1
21.61
21.31
21.08
Subtest 2
21.00
21.13
21.12
Subtest 3
21.10
21.11
21.07
Subtest 4
20.99
20.96
20.91
Subtest 1
20.57
20.39
20.15
Subtest 2
21.56
21.25
21.34
Subtest 3
21.20
21.15
22.24
Subtest 4
21.24
21.28
21.23
Subtest 5
21.61
21.31
21.08
Note: 1) channel /Frequency: 4132/826.4, 4182/836.4, 4233/846.6
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9.1.5 Conducted Power of LTE Band II
Conducted Power of LTE Band II
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
18607
18900
19193
21.79
20.87
21.59
21.19
21.00
21.43
21.65
21.20
21.56
20.80
21.26
20.98
21.29
21.18
21.67
21.67
21.51
21.49
21.10
21.49
21.80
21.36
21.75
21.34
21.04
20.87
21.30
20.80
21.30
21.42
21.64
21.52
21.39
21.24
21.15
21.54
21.21
20.82
20.91
21.77
21.59
21.54
RB size
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
18615
18900
19185
21.47
21.77
20.84
21.52
21.80
21.60
14
21.59
21.62
21.68
21.08
21.19
20.93
20.86
21.16
21.23
21.68
21.77
21.14
20.83
21.04
21.72
21.70
21.37
21.32
21.65
20.94
21.42
14
21.05
21.26
21.77
21.41
21.14
21.41
21.28
21.39
20.92
20.83
21.54
20.87
20.84
21.38
21.11
RB size
QPSK
1.4MHz
16QAM
Bandwidth
Modulation
QPSK
15
3MHz
16QAM
15
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Conducted Power of LTE Band II
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
18625
18900
19175
20.85
21.50
21.11
13
21.34
21.64
21.76
24
21.70
21.35
21.75
21.25
21.47
21.70
21.11
21.30
21.63
13
21.59
21.09
21.15
20.99
21.07
21.00
21.42
21.24
21.24
13
21.42
21.68
21.19
24
21.62
21.64
21.56
21.19
21.70
20.98
20.80
21.33
21.02
13
20.85
21.56
21.78
25
21.74
21.05
21.50
RB size
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
18650
18900
19150
21.44
20.91
21.64
25
20.91
21.52
20.90
49
21.15
21.01
21.68
21.47
21.70
21.25
13
20.94
21.61
21.70
25
21.40
21.67
21.68
21.19
20.89
21.02
21.60
20.86
20.98
25
21.01
21.54
21.02
49
21.78
21.02
21.64
20.83
21.41
21.77
13
20.87
21.67
21.56
25
21.33
20.86
21.00
20.90
21.65
20.94
RB size
QPSK
12
25
5MHz
16QAM
12
Bandwidth
Modulation
QPSK
25
50
10MHz
16QAM
25
50
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Conducted Power of LTE Band II
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB size
QPSK
36
75
15MHz
16QAM
36
75
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
18675
18900
19125
21.75
20.88
21.23
38
21.63
21.05
21.53
74
21.44
20.91
21.72
21.73
21.43
21.49
18
21.00
21.65
21.16
39
20.89
21.30
21.78
21.46
21.66
21.39
20.91
21.42
21.63
38
21.30
21.13
21.78
74
21.47
20.87
21.16
21.18
21.64
21.45
18
21.77
21.45
21.35
39
20.84
21.70
21.75
20.96
21.21
21.44
Conducted Power of LTE Band II
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB size
QPSK
50
100
20MHz
16QAM
50
100
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
18700
18900
19100
21.01
20.99
21.36
50
20.98
21.49
21.04
99
21.09
21.53
20.84
21.33
21.71
20.96
25
20.85
21.49
21.74
50
21.71
21.75
21.31
20.98
21.70
21.14
21.25
21.27
20.94
50
21.54
21.19
21.43
99
21.25
21.52
21.02
21.18
21.54
21.73
25
21.12
21.59
21.03
50
21.02
21.04
21.25
20.97
21.07
21.00
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9.1.6 Conducted Power of LTE Band IV
Conducted Power of LTE Band IV
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
19957
20393
20175
21.48
21.28
21.58
21.50
20.81
21.41
20.63
21.27
21.54
21.15
21.53
21.08
21.14
21.31
21.07
20.74
20.68
21.56
20.79
21.17
21.14
20.89
21.10
21.14
20.71
21.54
21.59
21.17
21.31
21.38
21.07
21.19
21.24
21.51
20.79
21.29
21.49
21.03
20.65
21.21
21.59
20.98
RB size
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
19965
20175
20385
20.86
20.98
20.97
21.00
20.73
20.97
14
20.73
20.82
21.46
21.16
21.52
21.56
21.27
20.94
20.96
20.76
21.24
21.17
21.45
21.50
21.10
21.33
21.56
21.56
20.89
20.62
21.40
14
21.23
20.82
21.04
21.39
21.39
20.85
21.52
21.05
20.68
20.75
20.83
21.32
20.86
20.95
20.98
RB size
QPSK
1.4MHz
16QAM
Bandwidth
Modulation
QPSK
15
3MHz
16QAM
15
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Conducted Power of LTE Band IV
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
19975
20175
20375
21.30
20.99
21.09
13
21.25
21.25
21.00
24
21.14
20.69
21.57
21.52
21.54
21.16
20.92
21.27
21.16
13
20.74
21.21
21.45
21.16
21.51
20.61
21.40
20.94
20.95
13
20.91
21.15
21.37
24
21.46
21.38
21.46
21.51
20.61
21.35
21.53
21.37
20.84
13
20.71
21.40
21.24
25
21.10
21.26
20.70
RB size
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
20000
20175
20350
21.22
21.52
20.94
25
20.93
21.17
20.87
49
21.45
21.31
21.01
20.79
20.69
20.83
13
21.33
21.31
21.27
25
20.75
21.11
20.62
21.03
20.72
20.94
21.17
20.72
20.97
25
20.82
20.62
21.05
49
20.74
21.23
20.97
21.52
20.80
21.26
13
20.77
21.43
21.46
25
21.26
20.67
21.12
20.96
21.14
20.65
RB size
QPSK
12
25
5MHz
16QAM
12
Bandwidth
Modulation
QPSK
25
50
10MHz
16QAM
25
50
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Conducted Power of LTE Band IV
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB size
QPSK
36
75
15MHz
16QAM
36
75
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
20025
20175
20325
20.70
20.93
20.82
38
20.81
21.00
20.93
74
21.49
21.19
20.92
20.61
21.50
21.44
18
20.65
21.55
20.90
39
20.65
21.42
20.93
21.51
20.91
21.46
20.77
20.77
21.20
38
21.51
21.41
20.94
74
20.94
20.64
20.75
20.67
20.83
21.52
18
21.41
21.44
20.68
39
20.89
20.76
21.24
21.50
21.46
20.97
Conducted Power of LTE Band IV
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB size
QPSK
50
100
20MHz
16QAM
50
100
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
20050
20175
20300
21.41
21.31
20.86
50
21.32
21.07
21.10
99
20.83
21.49
21.33
21.27
20.81
21.44
25
21.14
21.25
21.52
50
20.95
21.42
21.00
20.71
20.87
20.77
20.62
20.79
20.63
50
20.83
20.67
21.36
99
21.34
21.40
20.94
20.96
20.70
20.81
25
21.00
20.94
20.72
50
20.70
21.53
21.37
20.69
21.21
21.56
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9.1.7 Conducted Power of LTE Band VII
Conducted Power of LTE Band VII
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
20775
21100
21425
20.72
21.16
20.44
13
20.47
20.92
20.85
24
20.86
20.97
20.62
20.88
21.03
20.89
20.31
21.12
20.52
13
20.24
20.93
20.94
21.04
20.26
20.31
20.67
20.22
20.33
13
20.56
21.03
20.32
24
20.41
20.64
20.73
20.40
20.49
20.42
20.80
21.15
20.85
13
20.45
20.98
20.59
25
21.01
20.56
21.11
RB size
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
20800
21100
21400
20.65
20.91
20.66
25
20.78
20.57
21.13
49
20.29
20.44
21.03
21.09
20.28
20.70
13
20.33
21.11
20.22
25
21.12
20.22
20.56
20.20
21.20
20.55
20.57
21.05
21.08
25
20.41
21.08
20.70
49
20.93
20.59
21.17
20.88
21.08
20.22
13
20.45
20.81
20.76
25
20.89
20.25
20.39
21.12
20.33
20.71
RB size
QPSK
12
25
5MHz
16QAM
12
Bandwidth
Modulation
QPSK
25
50
10MHz
16QAM
25
50
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Conducted Power of LTE Band VII
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB size
QPSK
36
75
15MHz
16QAM
36
75
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
20825
21100
21375
20.66
20.63
20.63
38
20.65
21.07
20.26
74
20.49
21.06
20.86
20.69
20.46
21.00
18
20.23
20.93
20.78
39
20.90
20.39
20.84
20.89
20.42
20.55
20.57
21.15
20.99
38
20.61
20.39
20.52
74
21.02
21.19
21.08
20.62
20.96
20.68
18
20.36
20.70
20.28
39
20.60
21.00
20.73
20.96
20.37
20.62
Conducted Power of LTE Band VII
Bandwidth
Modulation
RB size
QPSK
50
100
20MHz
16QAM
50
100
RB
offset
Channel
Channel
Channel
20850
21100
21350
20.95
20.21
21.17
50
21.07
20.97
20.98
99
20.52
21.19
20.45
20.40
20.92
20.72
25
20.24
21.00
20.67
50
20.58
21.14
20.84
20.52
21.17
20.18
20.28
21.12
21.07
50
20.71
20.99
20.22
99
21.12
20.44
20.67
20.47
20.62
21.00
25
20.30
20.43
20.97
50
20.23
21.08
20.80
20.67
20.66
21.17
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9.1.8 Conducted Power of Wi-Fi 2.4G
Mode
Channel / Frequency (MHz)
Average Power(dBm)
Mode
Channel / Frequency (MHz)
Average Power(dBM)
Mode
Channel / Frequency (MHz)
Average Power(dBM)
Mode
Channel / Frequency (MHz)
Average Power(dBm)
802.11b
6(2437)
16.43
802.11g
6(2437)
15.97
802.11n(HT20)
6(2437)
15.77
802.11n(HT40)
6(2437)
13.98
1(2412)
16.39
1(2412)
15.18
1(2412)
15.41
1(2412)
13.65
11(2462)
16.10
11(2462)
15.56
11(2462)
15.38
11(2462)
14.57
9.1.9 Conducted Power of Wi-Fi 5G
Band
Mode
Channel
36
802.11a
802.11n
HT20
802.11n
5.2G
HT40
40
Freque
Data
ncy
Rate
(MHz)
(Mbps)
5180
5200
Average
SAR
Power
Test
(dBm)
(Yes/No)
16.00
15.26
No
17
16.00
15.29
No
Power
Tune
Setting
-up
17
44
5220
17
16.00
15.33
No
48
5240
17
16.00
16.60
Yes
36
5180
14
16.00
Not Reqired
No
40
5200
14
16.00
Not Reqired
No
6.5
44
5220
14
13.00
Not Reqired
No
48
5240
14
13.00
Not Reqired
No
38
5190
13
16.00
Not Reqired
No
13.5
46
5230
13
16.00
Not Reqired
No
36
5180
15
15.00
Not Reqired
No
802.11ac
40
5200
15
15.00
Not Reqired
No
20M
44
5220
15
15.00
Not Reqired
No
48
5240
15
15.00
Not Reqired
No
802.11ac
38
5190
15
15.00
Not Reqired
No
40M
46
5230
15
15.00
Not Reqired
No
42
5210
14
14.00
Not Reqired
No
802.11ac
80M
6.5M
13.5M
29.3M
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Band
Mode
802.11a
802.11n
Channel
SAR Evaluation Report
Freque
Data
ncy
Rate
(MHz)
(Mbps)
52
5260
56
5280
Power
Test
(dBm)
(Yes/No)
Not Reqired
No
15.00
Not Reqired
No
Setting
-up
16
15.00
16
5300
16
15.00
Not Reqired
No
64
5320
16
15.00
Not Reqired
No
52
5260
14
15.00
Not Reqired
No
56
5280
14
15.00
Not Reqired
No
6.5
60
5300
14
15.00
Not Reqired
No
64
5320
14
15.00
Not Reqired
No
13
15.00
Not Reqired
No
13
15.00
Not Reqired
No
54
5270
62
5310
138
5690
No
52
5260
14
15.00
Not Reqired
No
802.11ac
56
5280
14
15.00
Not Reqired
No
20M
60
5300
14
15.00
Not Reqired
No
64
5320
14
15.00
Not Reqired
No
802.11ac
54
5270
15
15.00
Not Reqired
No
40M
62
5310
15
15.00
Not Reqired
No
58
5290
29.3M
14
14.00
Not Reqired
No
Freque
Data
SAR
Rate
Tune
Average
ncy
Power
Test
(Mbps)
-up
Power
(MHz)
Setting
(dBm)
(Yes/No)
802.11n
HT40
5.3G
802.11ac
80M
Mode
13.5
6.5M
13.5M
Channel
149
5745
15
16.00
16.59
No
153
5765
15
16.00
16.56
No
157
5785
15
16.00
16.53
No
161
5805
15
16.00
16.57
No
165
5825
15
16.00
16.80
Yes
149
5745
12
16.00
Not Reqired
No
802.11n
153
5765
12
16.00
Not Reqired
No
HT20
157
5785
12
16.00
Not Reqired
No
161
5805
12
13.00
Not Reqired
No
165
5825
12
13.00
Not Reqired
No
802.11n
151
5755
11
16.00
Not Reqired
No
HT40
159
5795
11
16.00
Not Reqired
No
149
5745
13
13.80
Not Reqired
No
802.11a
5.8G
SAR
Tune
60
HT20
Band
Average
Power
6.5
13.5
6.5M
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802.11ac
153
5765
13
13.80
Not Reqired
No
20M
157
5785
13
13.80
Not Reqired
No
161
5805
13
13.80
Not Reqired
No
165
5825
13
13.80
Not Reqired
No
802.11ac
151
5755
14
14.80
Not Reqired
No
40M
159
5795
14
14.80
Not Reqired
No
155
5775
14
14.00
Not Reqired
No
802.11ac
80M
6.5M
13.5M
29.3M
9.1.10 Conducted Power of BT
The maximum output power of BT is:
Mode
Channel / Frequency (MHz)
Average Power(dBm)
Mode
Channel / Frequency (MHz)
Average Power(dBm)
Mode
Channel / Frequency (MHz)
Average Power(dBm)
1Mbps
0(2402)
0.01
39(2441)
2.63
0(2402)
0.24
39(2441)
2.39
0(2402)
0.40
39(2441)
3.42
78(2480)
0.52
2Mbps
78(2480)
0.48
3Mbps
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9.2
SAR Evaluation Report
SAR test results
Notes:
1) Per KDB447498 D01v05 r02,the SAR test shall be performed at the high, middle and low
frequency channels of each operating mode. If the scaled SAR measured at mid-band channel for each
test configuration is at least 3.0 dB lower than the SAR limit (< 0.8 W/kg), testing at the high and low
channels is optional.
2) Per KDB447498 D01v05r02, testing of other required channels within the operating mode of a
frequency band is not required when the reported 1-g or 10-g SAR for the mid-band or highest output
power channel is: ≤ 0.8 W/kg or 2.0 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g respectively, when the transmission band is ≤
100 MHz. When the maximum output power variation across the required test channels is > ½ dB,
instead of the middle channel, the highest output power channel must be used.
3) Per KDB447498 D01v05r02, All measurement SAR result is scaled-up to account for tune-up
tolerance is compliant.
4) Per KDB648474 D04v01r02, body-worn accessory testing is typically associated with voice
operations. Therefore, GSM voice was evaluated for body-worn with headset SAR.
5)Per KDB248227 D01v01r02, the procedures required to establish specific device operating
configurations for testing the SAR of 802.11 a/b/g transmitters.
(1) For handsets operating next to ear, hotspot mode or mini-tablet configurations, the initial test
position procedures were applied. The test position with the highest extrapolated peak SAR will be
used as the initial test position. When the reported SAR of initial test position is <= 0.4 W/kg, SAR
testing for remaining test positions is not required. Otherwise, SAR is evaluated at the subsequent
highest peak SAR positions until the reported SAR result is <= 0.8 W/kg or all test positions are
measured.
(2) For WLAN 2.4 GHz, the highest measured maximum output power channel for DSSS was
selected for SAR measurement. When the reported SAR is <= 0.8 W/kg, no further SAR testing is
required. Otherwise, SAR is evaluated at the next highest measured output power channel. When any
reported SAR is > 1.2 W/kg, SAR is required for the third channel. For OFDM modes (802.11g/n), SAR
is not required when the highest reported SAR for DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS
specified maximum output power and it is <= 1.2 W/kg.
(3) For WLAN 5 GHz, the initial test configuration was selected according to the transmission mode
with the highest maximum output power. When the reported SAR of initial test configuration is > 0.8
W/kg, SAR is required for the subsequent highest measured output power channel until the reported
SAR result is <= 1.2 W/kg or all required channels are measured. For other transmission modes, SAR
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is not required when the highest reported SAR for initial test configuration is adjusted by the ratio of
subsequent test configuration to initial test configuration specified maximum output power and it is <=
1.2 W/kg.
6) Per KDB865664 D01v01r04,for each frequency band,repeated SAR measurement is required
only when the measured SAR is ≥0.8W/Kg; if the deviation among the repeated measurement is
≤20%,and the measured SAR <1.45W/Kg,only one repeated measurement is required.
7) Per KDB865664 D02v01r01, SAR plot is only required for the highest measured SAR in each
exposure configuration, wireless mode and frequency band combination; Plots are also required when
the measured SAR is > 1.5 W/kg, or > 7.0 W/kg for occupational exposure. The published RF exposure
KDB procedures may require additional plots; for example, to support SAR to peak location separation
ratio test exclusion and/or volume scan post-processing(Refer to appendix B for details).
8) Per KDB941225 D06v01r01, the DUT Dimension is bigger than 9 cm x 5 cm, so 10mm is chosen
as the test separation distance for Hotspot mode. When the antenna-to-edge distance is greater than
2.5cm,such position does not need to be tested.
9) Per KDB 941225 D01, 3G SAR Measurement Procedures ,The mode tested for SAR is referred to as
the primary mode. The equivalent modes considered for SAR test reduction are denoted as secondary
modes. Both primary and secondary modes must be in the same frequency band. When the maximum
output power and tune-up tolerance specified for production units in a secondary mode is≤ 1/4 dB
higher than the primary mode or when the highest reported SAR of the primary mode is scaled by the
ratio of specified maximum output power and tune-up tolerance of secondary to primary mode and the
adjusted SAR is ≤1.2 W/kg, SAR measurement is not required for the secondary mode.
10)Per KDB 941225 D05, SAR Evaluation Considerations for LTE Devices
(1)QPSK with 1 RB and 50% RB allocation
Start with the largest channel bandwidth and measure SAR, using the RB offset and required test
channel combination with the highest maximum output power among RB offsets at the upper edge,
middle and lower edge of each required test channel. When the reported SAR is ≤ 0.8 W/kg, testing of
the remaining RB offset configurations and required test channels is not required; otherwise, SAR is
required for the remaining required test channels and only for the RB offset configuration with the
highest output power for that channel. When the reported SAR of a required test channel is > 1.45
W/kg, SAR is required for all three RB offset configurations for that required test channel.
(2)QPSK with 100% RB allocation
SAR is not required when the highest maximum output power for 100% RB allocation is less than
the highest maximum output power in 50% and 1 RB allocations and the highest reported SAR for 1
RB and 50% RB allocation are ≤ 0.8 W/kg. Otherwise, SAR is measured for the highest output power
channel; and if the reported SAR is > 1.45 W/kg, the remaining required test channels must also be
tested.
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SAR is required only when the highest maximum output power for the configuration in the higher
order modulation is > 1/2 dB higher than the same configuration in QPSK or when the reported SAR for
the QPSK configuration is >1.45 W/kg.
(4)Other channel bandwidth
SAR is required when the highest maximum output power of the smaller channel bandwidth is > 1/2
dB higher than the equivalent channel configurations in the largest channel bandwidth configuration or
the reported SAR of a configuration for the largest channel bandwidth is > 1.45 W/kg.
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9.2.1 Results overview of GSM850
Test Position
of Head
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Test Position
of Body with
10mm
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
128/824.2
128/824.2
128/824.2
128/824.2
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
128/824.2
128/824.2
Front side
128/824.2
Rear side
128/824.2
Right side
128/824.2
Bottom side
128/824.2
Test
Mode
GPRS
4TS
GPRS
4TS
GPRS
4TS
GPRS
4TS
Test
Mode
SAR Value
(W/kg)
Condu
cted
Power
(dBm)
Tune-up
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scaling
Factor
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
0.345
0.247
-2.000
29.77
30.00
0.364
1.05
0.216
0.156
1.380
29.77
30.00
0.228
1.05
0.430
0.301
1.340
29.77
30.00
0.453
1.05
0.225
0.168
3.020
29.77
30.00
0.237
1.05
Power
Drift
(%)
Condu
cted
Power
(dBm)
Tune-up
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scaling
Factor
30.00
0.435
1.05
30.00
0.627
1.05
30.00
0.445
1.05
30.00
0.638
1.05
30.00
0.655
1.05
30.00
0.168
1.05
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
GPRS
0.413 0.301 -0.960
29.77
4TS
GPRS
0.595 0.435
1.050
29.77
4TS
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
GPRS
0.422 0.305
2.480
29.77
4TS
GPRS
0.605 0.441
2.730
29.77
4TS
GPRS
0.621 0.410 -1.010
29.77
4TS
GPRS
0.159 0.088 -0.120
29.77
4TS
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9.2.2 Results overview of GSM1900
Test
Position of
Head
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Test
Position of
Body with
10mm
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Front side
810/1909.8
Rear side
810/1909.8
Right side
810/1909.8
Bottom side
810/1909.8
810/1909.8
810/1909.8
810/1909.8
810/1909.8
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
810/1909.8
810/1909.8
Test
Mode
GPRS
4TS
GPRS
4TS
GPRS
4TS
GPRS
4TS
Test
Mode
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tune-up
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
0.370
0.210
3.550
26.56
27.00
0.409
1.11
0.086
0.052
-1.130
26.56
27.00
0.095
1.11
0.180
0.120
-0.300
26.56
27.00
0.199
1.11
0.101
0.060
0.930
26.56
27.00
0.112
1.11
Power
Drift
(%)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tune-up
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
27.00
0.357
1.11
27.00
0.373
1.11
27.00
0.381
1.11
27.00
0.408
1.11
27.00
0.369
1.11
27.00
0.294
1.11
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
GPRS
0.323 0.176 -1.250
26.56
4TS
GPRS
0.337 0.182 -0.120
26.56
4TS
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
GPRS
0.344 0.187
1.660
26.56
4TS
GPRS
0.369 0.198
1.280
26.56
4TS
GPRS
0.333 0.187 -1.650
26.56
4TS
GPRS
0.266 0.131 -0.680
26.56
4TS
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9.2.3 Results overview of UMTS Band II
Test
Position of
Head
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Test
Position of
Body with
10mm
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Front side
Rear side
Right side
Bottom side
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Test
Mode
9538/1907.6
SAR Value
(W/kg)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
RMC
0.229
0.137
-1.820
22.98
23.00
0.230
1.00
9538/1907.6
RMC
0.100
0.061
-1.030
22.98
23.00
0.100
1.00
9538/1907.6
RMC
0.151
0.096
4.870
22.98
23.00
0.152
1.00
9538/1907.6
RMC
0.102
0.063
-0.600
22.98
23.00
0.102
1.00
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Test
Mode
9538/1907.6
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
RMC
0.326
0.181
0.650
22.98
23.00
0.328
1.00
9538/1907.6
RMC
0.459
0.246
1.970
22.98
23.00
0.461
1.00
9538/1907.6
9538/1907.6
9538/1907.6
9538/1907.6
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
RMC
0.299 0.165 -4.260
22.98
RMC
0.412 0.226
0.100
22.98
RMC
0.381 0.218 -0.810
22.98
RMC
0.287 0.143 -1.640
22.98
23.00
23.00
23.00
23.00
0.300
0.414
0.383
0.288
1.00
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1.00
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9.2.4 Results overview of UMTS Band V
Test
Position of
Head
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Test
Position of
Body with
10mm
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Front side
Rear side
Right side
Bottom side
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Test
Mode
4182/836.4
SAR Value
(W/kg)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
RMC
0.296
0.209
-1.140
22.86
23.00
0.306
1.03
4182/836.4
RMC
0.198
0.145
-2.530
22.86
23.00
0.204
1.03
4182/836.4
RMC
0.319
0.228
1.390
22.86
23.00
0.329
1.03
4182/836.4
RMC
0.181
0.135
1.960
22.86
23.00
0.187
1.03
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Test
Mode
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
4182/836.4
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
RMC
0.305
0.223
0.580
22.86
23.00
0.315
1.03
4182/836.4
RMC
0.411
0.301
-0.570
22.86
23.00
0.424
1.03
4182/836.4
4182/836.4
4182/836.4
4182/836.4
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
RMC
0.314 0.229 -0.490
22.86
RMC
0.405 0.297 -0.590
22.86
RMC
0.389 0.260 -2.330
22.86
RMC
0.108 0.060
0.070
22.86
23.00
23.00
23.00
23.00
0.324
0.418
0.402
0.112
1.03
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1.03
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9.2.5 Results overview of LTE Band II
Test
Position of
Head
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Test
Position of
Body with
10mm
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
18900/1880
18900/1880
18900/1880
18900/1880
18900/1880
18900/1880
18900/1880
18900/1880
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
18900/1880
18900/1880
18900/1880
18900/1880
Test
Mode
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
Test
Mode
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
SAR Value
(W/kg)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
0.217
0.128
-0.430
21.53
22.00
0.242
1.11
0.044
0.028
-1.890
21.53
22.00
0.049
1.11
0.079
0.049
-0.870
21.53
22.00
0.088
1.11
0.093
0.057
-0.302
21.53
22.00
0.104
1.11
0.189
0.110
-1.500
21.75
22.00
0.200
1.06
0.050
0.032
-1.960
21.75
22.00
0.053
1.06
0.093
0.057
1.680
21.75
22.00
0.099
1.06
0.068
0.041
-1.100
21.75
22.00
0.072
1.06
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
0.304
0.171
1.050
21.53
22.00
0.339
1.11
0.341
0.172
2.360
21.53
22.00
0.380
1.11
0.226
0.127
-0.650
21.75
22.00
0.239
1.06
0.267
0.134
1.150
21.75
22.00
0.283
1.06
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
Front side
18900/1880
Rear side
18900/1880
Right side
18900/1880
Bottom side
18900/1880
Front side
18900/1880
Rear side
18900/1880
Right side
18900/1880
Bottom side
18900/1880
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
0.232
0.129
1.050
21.53
22.00
0.259
1.11
0.353
0.175
-0.630
21.53
22.00
0.393
1.11
0.234
0.135
-2.770
21.53
22.00
0.261
1.11
0.214
0.104
-0.870
21.53
22.00
0.238
1.11
0.213
0.118
-0.570
21.75
22.00
0.226
1.06
0.276
0.136
1.010
21.75
22.00
0.292
1.06
0.209
0.121
-1.500
21.75
22.00
0.221
1.06
0.204
0.098
-4.930
21.75
22.00
0.216
1.06
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9.2.6 Results overview of LTE Band IV
Test
Position of
Head
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Test
Position of
Body with
10mm
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
20175/1732.5
Test
Mode
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
Test
Mode
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
SAR Value
(W/kg)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
0.133
0.082
1.150
21.49
21.50
0.133
1.00
0.101
0.060
1.790
21.49
21.50
0.101
1.00
0.249
0.148
-1.910
21.49
21.50
0.250
1.00
0.098
0.058
1.540
21.49
21.50
0.098
1.00
0.103
0.063
-0.460
21.42
21.50
0.105
1.02
0.079
0.047
-1.750
21.42
21.50
0.080
1.02
0.190
0.113
-0.770
21.42
21.50
0.194
1.02
0.077
0.046
1.180
21.42
21.50
0.078
1.02
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
0.630
0.343
-0.510
21.49
21.50
0.631
1.00
0.705
0.382
1.690
21.49
21.50
0.707
1.00
0.519
0.283
-0.270
21.42
21.50
0.529
1.02
0.707
0.377
1.980
21.42
21.50
0.720
1.02
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
Front side
20175/1732.5
Rear side
20175/1732.5
Right side
20175/1732.5
Bottom side
20175/1732.5
Front side
20175/1732.5
Rear side
20175/1732.5
Right side
20175/1732.5
Bottom side
20175/1732.5
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
1RB#99
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
20M QPSK
50RB#50
0.624
0.339
1.870
21.49
21.50
0.625
1.00
0.727
0.382
-0.430
21.49
21.50
0.729
1.00
0.278
0.163
-1.920
21.49
21.50
0.279
1.00
0.657
0.380
1.220
21.49
21.50
0.659
1.00
0.514
0.279
-1.020
21.42
21.50
0.524
1.02
0.705
0.327
-1.220
21.42
21.50
0.718
1.02
0.216
0.127
-1.150
21.42
21.50
0.220
1.02
0.629
0.366
-1.500
21.42
21.50
0.641
1.02
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9.2.7 Results overview of LTE Band VII
Test
Position of
Head
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Test
Position of
Body with
10mm
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
21100/2535
21100/2535
21100/2535
21100/2535
21100/2535
21100/2535
21100/2535
21100/2535
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
21100/2535
21100/2535
21100/2535
21100/2535
Test
Mode
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
Test
Mode
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
SAR Value
(W/kg)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
0.644
0.327
0.080
21.19
21.20
0.645
1.00
0.131
0.067
-0.660
21.19
21.20
0.131
1.00
0.227
0.117
1.720
21.19
21.20
0.228
1.00
0.157
0.077
0.030
21.19
21.20
0.157
1.00
0.504
0.252
-1.050
21.14
21.20
0.511
1.01
0.099
0.051
-1.070
21.14
21.20
0.100
1.01
0.174
0.090
0.440
21.14
21.20
0.176
1.01
0.115
0.055
-0.030
21.14
21.20
0.117
1.01
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scalig
Factor
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
0.643
0.322
0.290
21.19
21.20
0.644
1.00
0.655
0.331
-1.200
21.19
21.20
0.657
1.00
0.504
0.255
-0.300
21.14
21.20
0.511
1.01
0.502
0.253
-0.870
21.14
21.20
0.509
1.01
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
Front side
21100/2535
Rear side
21100/2535
Right side
21100/2535
Bottom side
21100/2535
Front side
21100/2535
Rear side
21100/2535
Right side
21100/2535
Bottom side
21100/2535
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
1RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
20M QPSK
50RB#0
0.666
0.341
0.040
21.19
21.20
0.668
1.00
0.610
0.306
-0.460
21.19
21.20
0.611
1.00
0.581
0.285
-1.910
21.19
21.20
0.582
1.00
0.314
0.150
-0.370
21.19
21.20
0.315
1.00
0.515
0.262
-0.240
21.14
21.20
0.522
1.01
0.471
0.236
-1.030
21.14
21.20
0.478
1.01
0.445
0.217
-1.070
21.14
21.20
0.451
1.01
0.242
0.115
1.710
21.14
21.20
0.245
1.01
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9.2.8 Results overview of Wi-Fi 2.4G
Test
Position of
Head
Left Hand
Touched
Left Hand
Tilted 15°
Right Hand
Touched
Right Hand
Tilted 15°
Test
Position of
Body with
10mm
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
Front side
Rear side
Top side
Left side
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Test
Mode
6/2437
SAR Value
(W/kg)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scaling
Factor
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
802.11b
0.184
0.075
-0.480
16.600
16.000
0.160
0.871
6/2437
802.11b
0.145
0.059
-0.210
16.600
16.000
0.126
0.871
6/2437
802.11b
0.199
0.088
0.640
16.600
16.000
0.173
0.871
6/2437
802.11b
0.137
0.061
2.390
16.600
16.000
0.119
0.871
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Test
Mode
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scaling
Factor
6/2437
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
802.11b
0.230
0.114
-0.950
16.600
16.000
0.200
0.871
6/2437
802.11b
0.237
0.118
-0.270
16.600
16.000
0.206
0.871
6/2437
6/2437
6/2437
6/2437
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
802.11b 0.233 0.115
-0.300
16.600
802.11b 0.235 0.118
-0.220
16.600
802.11b 0.120 0.019
-0.720
16.600
802.11b 0.102 0.011
-0.150
16.600
16.000
16.000
16.000
16.000
0.203
0.205
0.105
0.089
0.871
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0.871
0.871
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9.2.9 Results overview of Wi-Fi 5G
Test
Position of
Head
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Test
Mode
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
Power
Drift
(%)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scaling
Factor
5.2G U-NII-1 band (802.11a)
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
48/5240
802.11a
0.158
0.062
-0.530
16.60
16.00
0.138
0.871
48/5240
802.11a
0.003
0.001
0.000
16.60
16.00
0.003
0.871
48/5240
802.11a
0.161
0.077
-0.720
16.60
16.00
0.140
0.871
48/5240
802.11a
<0.001
<0.001
0.000
16.60
16.00
0.000
0.871
5.8G U-NII-3 Band (802.11a)
Left Head
Touched
Left Head
Tilted 15°
Right Head
Touched
Right Head
Tilted 15°
Test
Position of
Body with
10mm
165/5825
802.11a
0.102
0.037
0.000
16.85
16.00
0.084
0.822
165/5825
802.11a
0.002
0.001
0.000
16.85
16.00
0.002
0.822
165/5825
802.11a
0.132
0.045
0.190
16.85
16.00
0.109
0.822
165/5825
802.11a
<0.001
<0.001
0.000
16.85
16.00
0.000
0.822
Power
Drift
(%)
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Tuneup
Limit
(dBm)
Scaled
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Scaling
Factor
Test
channel
/Freq.(MHz)
Test
Mode
SAR Value
(W/kg)
1-g
10-g
5.2G U-NII-1 band (802.11a)
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
48/5240
802.11a
0.095
0.052
-0.330
16.60
16.00
0.083
0.871
48/5240
802.11a
0.121
0.083
0.350
16.60
16.00
0.105
0.871
5.8G U-NII-3 Band (802.11a)
Towards
Phantom
Towards
Ground
165/5825
802.11a
0.119
0.095
0.540
16.85
16.00
0.098
0.822
165/5825
802.11a
0.142
0.103
0.950
16.85
16.00
0.117
0.822
16.00
0.095
0.871
16.00
0.115
0.871
16.00
0.025
0.871
16.00
0.065
0.871
16.00
0.104
0.822
16.00
0.121
0.822
16.00
0.045
0.822
16.00
0.069
0.822
Front Side
Rear Side
Left Side
Top Side
48/5240
48/5240
48/5240
48/5240
Front Side
Rear Side
Left Side
Top Side
165/5825
165/5825
165/5825
165/5825
SAR Results for Hotspot Exposure Condition
5.2G U-NII-1 band (802.11a)
0.109
0.050
0.840
16.60
802.11a
0.132
0.089
0.420
16.60
802.11a
0.029
0.016
0.910
16.60
802.11a
0.075
0.049
-0.590
16.60
802.11a
5.8G U-NII-3 Band (802.11a)
0.126
0.102
0.460
16.85
802.11a
0.147
0.127
-0.310
16.85
802.11a
0.055
0.035
-0.900
16.85
802.11a
0.084
0.067
0.710
16.85
802.11a
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10 Multiple Transmitter Information
The SAR measurement positions of each side are as below:
< Rear Side >
Mode
2G/3G/4G
Antenna
Wi-Fi/BT
Antenna
Front Side
Rear Side
Left Side
Right Side
Top Side
Bottom Side
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
1) Per KDB941225 D06v01r01, the DUT Dimension is bigger than 9 cm x 5 cm, so 10mm is chosen as
the test separation distance for Hotspot mode. When the antenna-to-edge distance is greater than
2.5cm,such position does not need to be tested.
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10.1.1 Stand-alone SAR test exclusion
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 1-g SAR and ≤ 7.5 for 10-g extremity SAR,where
• f(GHz) is the RF channel transmit frequency in GHz
• Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation
• The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison
When the minimum test separation distance is < 5 mm, a distance of 5 mm is applied to determine
SAR test exclusion.
a)Head position
Mode
BT
Pmax(dBm) Pmax(mW) Distance(mm) f(GHz)
3.00
2.00
5.00
2.450
Calculation
Result
exclusion
SAR test
Threshold exclusion
0.62
3.00
Yes
Calculation
exclusion
SAR test
Body-Worn position
Mode
BT
Pmax(dBm) Pmax(mW) Distance(mm) f(GHz)
3.00
2.00
10.00
2.450
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Result
0.31
Threshold exclusion
3.00
Yes
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When the standalone SAR test exclusion applies to an antenna that transmits simultaneously with
other antennas, the standalone SAR must be estimated according to the following to determine
simultaneous transmission SAR test exclusion
(max. power of channel, including tune-up tolerance, mW)/(min. test separation distance,
mm)]·[√f(GHz)/x] W/kg for test separation distances ≤ 50 mm, where x = 7.5 for 1-g SAR.
When the minimum test separation distance is < 5 mm, a distance of 5 mm is applied to determine
SAR test exclusion.
Mode
Position
BT
BT
Head
Body
Pmax(dBm) Pmax(mW) Distance(mm)
2.00
2.00
5.00
10.00
f(GHz)
2.45
2.45
7.50
7.50
Estimated
SAR(W/Kg)
0.083
0.042
10.1.2 Simultaneous Transmission Possibilities
The Simultaneous Transmission Possibilities are as below:
Simultaneous Transmission Possibilities
Simultaneous Tx
Combination
Configuration
Head
Body
Hotspot
GSM/GPRS/UMTS +Wi-Fi
YES
YES
YES
GSM/GPRS/UMTS +BT
NO
YES
NO
Note: The device does not support simultaneous BT and Wi-Fi ,because the BT and Wi-Fi share the
same antenna and can't transmit simultaneously.
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10.1.3 SAR Summation Scenario
Scaled SARMax
∑1-g SAR
GSM850
Wi-Fi
(2.4G)
Left Head Touched
0.364
0.160
0.524
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.228
0.126
0.354
Head
Right Head Touched
0.453
0.173
0.626
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.237
0.119
0.356
Towards Phantom
0.435
0.200
0.635
Body
Towards Ground
0.627
0.206
0.833
Front Side
0.445
0.203
0.648
0.843
Rear Side
0.638
0.205
Hotspot
Bottom Side
0.655
0.000
0.655
Right Side
0.168
0.000
0.168
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of GSM850 and Wi-Fi
Test Position
Scaled SARMax
Test Position
∑1-g SAR
GSM1900
Wi-Fi
(2.4G)
Left Head Touched
0.409
0.160
0.569
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.095
0.126
0.221
Head
Right Head Touched
0.199
0.173
0.372
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.112
0.119
0.231
Towards Phantom
0.357
0.200
0.557
Body
Towards Ground
0.373
0.206
0.579
Front Side
0.381
0.203
0.584
0.613
Rear Side
0.408
0.205
Hotspot
Bottom Side
0.369
0.000
0.369
Right Side
0.294
0.000
0.294
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of GSM1900 and Wi-Fi
Scaled SARMax
∑1-g SAR
UMTS
Wi-Fi
Band II
(2.4G)
Left Head Touched
0.23
0.160
0.390
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.1
0.126
0.226
Head
Right Head Touched
0.152
0.173
0.325
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.102
0.119
0.221
Towards Phantom
0.328
0.200
0.528
Body
0.667
Towards Ground
0.461
0.206
Front Side
0.3
0.203
0.503
Rear
Side
0.414
0.205
0.619
Hotsp
ot
Bottom Side
0.383
0.000
0.383
Right Side
0.288
0.000
0.288
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of UMTS Band II and Wi-Fi
Test Position
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Wi-Fi
(5G)
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.138
0.003
0.140
0.098
0.117
0.104
0.121
0.502
0.231
0.593
0.237
0.533
0.744
0.549
0.759
0.655
0.168
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Wi-Fi
(5G)
∑1-g
SAR
SPLSP
0.138
0.003
0.140
0.098
0.117
0.104
0.121
0.547
0.098
0.339
0.112
0.455
0.490
0.485
0.529
0.369
0.294
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Wi-Fi
(5G)
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.138
0.003
0.140
0.098
0.117
0.104
0.121
0.368
0.103
0.292
0.102
0.426
0.578
0.404
0.535
0.383
0.288
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
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Scaled SARMax
UMTS
Wi-Fi
Test Position
∑1-g SAR
Band
(2.4G)
Left Head Touched
0.306
0.160
0.536
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.204
0.126
0.304
Head
Right Head Touched
0.329
0.173
0.481
Right Head Tilted 15° 0.187
0.119
0.289
Towards Phantom
0.315
0.200
0.643
Body
0.885
Towards Ground
0.424
0.206
Front Side
0.324
0.203
0.624
Rear Side
0.418
0.205
0.832
Hotspot
Bottom Side
0.402
0.000
0.785
Right Side
0.112
0.000
0.400
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of UMTS Band V and Wi-Fi
Scaled SARMax
LTE
Test Position
∑1-g SAR
Wi-Fi
Band
(2.4G)
II
Left Head Touched
0.242
0.160
0.402
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.049
0.126
0.175
Head
Right Head Touched
0.088
0.173
0.261
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.104
0.119
0.223
Towards Phantom
0.339
0.200
0.539
Body
Towards Ground
0.38
0.206
0.586
Front Side
0.259
0.203
0.462
0.598
Rear Side
0.393
0.205
Hotsp
ot
Bottom Side
0.261
0.000
0.261
Right Side
0.238
0.000
0.238
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of LTE Band II and Wi-Fi
Scaled SARMax
LTE
Wi-Fi
Test Position
∑1-g SAR
Band
(2.4G)
IV
Left Head Touched
0.133
0.160
0.293
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.101
0.126
0.227
Head
Right Head Touched
0.25
0.173
0.423
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.098
0.119
0.217
Towards Phantom
0.631
0.200
0.831
Body
Towards Ground
0.72
0.206
0.926
Front Side
0.625
0.203
0.828
0.934
Rear Side
0.729
0.205
Hotspot
Bottom Side
0.279
0.000
0.279
Right Side
0.659
0.000
0.659
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of LTE Band IV and Wi-Fi
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Wi-Fi
(5G)
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.138
0.003
0.140
0.098
0.117
0.104
0.121
0.444
0.207
0.469
0.187
0.413
0.541
0.428
0.539
0.402
0.112
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Wi-Fi
(5G)
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.138
0.003
0.140
0.098
0.117
0.104
0.121
0.380
0.052
0.228
0.104
0.437
0.497
0.363
0.514
0.261
0.238
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Wi-Fi
(5G)
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.138
0.003
0.140
0.098
0.117
0.104
0.121
0.271
0.104
0.390
0.098
0.729
0.837
0.729
0.850
0.279
0.659
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
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Scaled SARMax
LTE
Wi-Fi
Test Position
∑1-g SAR
Band
(2.4G)
VII
Left Head Touched
0.645
0.160
0.805
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.131
0.126
0.257
Head
Right Head Touched
0.228
0.173
0.401
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.157
0.119
0.276
Towards Phantom
0.644
0.200
0.844
Body
Towards Ground
0.657
0.206
0.863
0.871
Front Side
0.668
0.203
Rear Side
0.611
0.205
0.816
Hotspot
Bottom Side
0.582
0.000
0.582
Right Side
0.315
0.000
0.315
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of LTE Band VII and Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi
(5G)
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.138
0.003
0.140
0.098
0.117
0.104
0.121
0.783
0.134
0.368
0.157
0.742
0.774
0.772
0.732
0.582
0.315
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
MAX.∑SAR1g = 0.934W/kg<1.6 W/kg, so the Simultaneous SAR is not required for Wi-Fi and
GSM&UMTS<E antenna.
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Scaled SARMax
Test Position
GSM850
BT
Left Head Touched
0.364
0.083
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.228
0.083
Head
Right Head Touched
0.453
0.083
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.237
0.083
0.435
0.042
Towards Phantom
Body
0.627
0.042
Towards Ground
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of GSM850 and BT
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.447
0.311
0.536
0.320
0.477
0.669
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Scaled SARMax
GSM1900
BT
Left Head Touched
0.409
0.083
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.095
0.083
Head
Right Head Touched
0.199
0.083
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.112
0.083
0.357
0.042
Towards Phantom
Body
0.373
0.042
Towards Ground
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of GSM1900 and BT
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.492
0.178
0.282
0.195
0.399
0.415
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.313
0.183
0.235
0.185
0.370
0.503
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.389
0.287
0.412
0.270
0.357
0.466
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Test Position
Scaled SARMax
UMTS
BT
Band II
Left Head Touched
0.230
0.083
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.100
0.083
Head
Right Head Touched
0.152
0.083
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.102
0.083
0.328
0.042
Towards Phantom
Body
0.461
0.042
Towards Ground
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of UMTS Band II and BT
Test Position
Scaled SARMax
UMTS
BT
Band V
Left Head Touched
0.306
0.083
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.204
0.083
Head
Right Head Touched
0.329
0.083
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.187
0.083
0.315
0.042
Towards Phantom
Body
0.424
0.042
Towards Ground
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of UMTS Band V and BT
Test Position
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Scaled SARMax
Test Position
LTE Band
BT
II
Left Head Touched
0.242
0.083
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.049
0.083
Head
Right Head Touched
0.088
0.083
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.104
0.083
0.339
0.042
Towards Phantom
Body
0.380
0.042
Towards Ground
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of LTE Band II and BT
Scaled SARMax
Test Position
LTE Band
BT
IV
Left Head Touched
0.133
0.083
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.101
0.083
Head
Right Head Touched
0.250
0.083
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.098
0.083
0.631
0.042
Towards Phantom
Body
0.720
0.042
Towards Ground
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of LTE Band IV and BT
Scaled SARMax
Test Position
LTE Band
BT
VII
Left Head Touched
0.645
0.083
Left Head Tilted 15°
0.131
0.083
Head
Right Head Touched
0.228
0.083
Right Head Tilted 15°
0.157
0.083
0.644
0.042
Towards Phantom
Body
0.657
0.042
Towards Ground
Note: Simultaneous Tx Combination of LTE Band VII and BT
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.325
0.132
0.171
0.187
0.381
0.422
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.216
0.184
0.333
0.181
0.673
0.762
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
∑1-g SAR
SPLSP
0.728
0.214
0.311
0.240
0.686
0.699
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
MAX.∑SAR1g = 0.762W/kg<1.6 W/kg, so the Simultaneous SAR is not required for BT and
GSM&UMTS<E antenna.
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11 Measurement uncertainty evaluation
11.1 Measurement uncertainty evaluation for SAR test
The following table includes the uncertainty table of the IEEE 1528. The values are determined by
Satimo.The breakdown of the individual uncertainties is as follows:
Measurement Uncertainty evaluation for SAR test
Tol.
Prob.
Ci
Ci
1g Ui
10g Ui
Uncertainty Component
Div.
(±%)
Dist.
(1g)
(10g)
(±%)
(±%)
measurement system
Probe Calibration
5.8
5.8
5.8
1/2
1/2
Axial Isotropy
3.5
(1-Cp)
(1-Cp)
1.43
1.43
Hemispherical Isotropy
5.9
√Cp
√Cp
2.41
2.41
Boundary Effect
0.58
0.58
Linearity
4.7
2.71
2.71
system Detection Limits
0.58
0.58
Modulation response
3.00
3.00
Readout Electronics
0.5
0.50
0.50
Response Time
0.00
0.00
Integration Time
1.4
0.81
0.81
RF Ambient Conditions-Noise
1.73
1.73
RF Ambient Conditions3
1.73
1.73
Reflections
Probe Positioner Mechanical
1.4
0.81
0.81
Tolerance
Probe positioning with respect to
1.4
0.81
0.81
Phantom Shell
Extrapolation, interpolation and
Integration Algorithms for
2.3
1.33
1.33
Max.SAR Evaluation
Test sample Related
Test Sample Positioning
2.6
2.60
2.60
Device Holder Uncertainty
3.00
3.00
Output Power Variation-SAR drift
2.89
2.89
measurement
SAR scaling
1.15
1.15
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom Uncertainty
2.31
2.31
(shape and thickness tolerances)
Uncertainty in SAR correction for
deviation
0.84
2.00
1.68
(in permittivity and conductivity)
Liquid conductivity(meas.)
2.5
0.64
0.43
1.60
1.08
Vi
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
11
∞
∞
∞
∞
Liquid conductivity (target.)
0.64
0.43
1.85
1.24
Liquid Permittivity(meas.)
2.5
0.60
0.49
1.50
1.23
∞
Liquid Permittivity (target.)
0.60
0.49
1.73
1.42
∞
Rss
10.63
10.54
21.26
21.08
Combined Standard Uncertainly
Expanded Uncertainty{95%
CONFIDENCE INTERRVAL}
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SAR Evaluation Report
Measurement uncertainty evaluation for system check
The following table includes the uncertainty table of the IEEE 1528. The values are determined
by Satimo.The breakdown of the individual uncertainties is as follows:
Uncertainty For System Performance Check
Tol.
Prob.
Ci
Ci
1g
10g
Uncertainty Component
Div.
(±%)
Dist.
1g
10g
Ui(±%)
Ui (±%)
measurement system
Probe Calibration
5.8
5.80
5.80
1/2
1/2
Axial Isotropy
3.5
(1-C
(1-C
1.43
1.43
Hemispherical Isotropy
5.9
√Cp
√Cp
2.41
2.41
Boundary Effect
0.58
0.58
Linearity
4.7
2.71
2.71
system detection Limits
0.58
0.58
Modulation response
0.00
0.00
Readout Electronics
0.5
0.50
0.50
Response Time
0.00
0.00
Integration Time
1.4
0.81
0.81
RF ambient Conditions - Noise
1.73
1.73
RF ambient Conditions –
1.73
1.73
Reflections
Probe positioned Mechanical
1.4
0.81
0.81
Tolerance
Probe positioning with respect to
1.4
0.81
0.81
Phantom Shell
Extrapolation, interpolation and
integration Algorithms for Max. SAR
2.3
1.33
1.33
Evaluation
Dipole
Deviation of experimental source
4.00
4.00
from numerical source
Input power and SAR drift
2.89
2.89
measurement
Dipole axis to liquid Distance
1.16
1.16
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom Uncertainty
2.31
2.31
(shape and thickness tolerances)
Uncertainty in SAR correction for
deviation
0.84
2.00
1.68
(in permittivity and conductivity)
2.5
0.64
0.43
1.60
1.08
Liquid conductivity(meas.)
Vi
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
∞
Liquid conductivity (target.)
0.64
0.43
1.85
1.24
Liquid Permittivity(meas.)
2.5
0.60
0.49
1.50
1.23
∞
Liquid Permittivity (target.)
0.60
0.49
1.73
1.41
∞
Rss
10.28
9.98
20.57
19.95
Combined Standard Uncertainty
Expanded Uncertainty
(95% Confidence interval)
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12 Test equipment and ancillaries used for tests
To simplify the identification of the test equipment and/or ancillaries which were used, the reporting of
the relevant test cases only refer to the test item number as specified in the table below.
Manufact
urer
Device Type
SATIMO
COMOSAR
DOSIMETRIC E FIELD
PROBE
COMOSAR
DOSIMETRIC E FIELD
PROBE
COMOSAR 750 MHz
REFERENCE DIPOLE
COMOSAR 835 MHz
REFERENCE DIPOLE
COMOSAR 900 MHz
REFERENCE DIPOLE
COMOSAR 1800 MHz
REFERENCE DIPOLE
COMOSAR 1900 MHz
REFERENCE DIPOLE
COMOSAR 2000 MHz
REFERENCE DIPOLE
COMOSAR 2450 MHz
REFERENCE DIPOLE
COMOSAR 2600 MHz
REFERENCE DIPOLE
Software
SATIMO
Phantom
SATIMO
SATIMO
SATIMO
SATIMO
SATIMO
SATIMO
SATIMO
SATIMO
SATIMO
SATIMO
HP
HP
Keithley
Universal Radio
Communication Tester
Network Analyser
Signal Generator
Multimeter
SATIMO
Amplifier
R&S
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
SATIMO
Power Meter
Power Meter Sensor
Power Meter
Power Meter Sensor
DAE
Type(Model)
Serial number
calibration
Last Cal.
SSE5
SN 07/15 EP252 2016-07-25
SSE2
SN 08/16
EPGO292
Due Date
2017-07-24
2016-12-09
2017-12-08
2016-07-25
2017-07-24
2016-07-25
2017-07-24
2016-07-25
2017-07-24
2016-07-25
2017-07-24
2016-07-25
2017-07-24
2016-07-25
2017-07-24
2016-07-25
2017-07-24
2016-07-25
2017-07-24
N/A
N/A
SN 14/13
SAM99
N/A
N/A
CMU 200
117528
2016-08-19
2017-08-18
8753D
E4421B
Keithley
2000
Power
Amplifier
E4418B
E4412A
E4417A
8481H
SUPR72
3410A08889
GB39340770
2016-08-19
2016-08-19
2017-08-18
2017-08-18
4014539
2016-08-19
2017-08-18
2016-10-13
2017-10-12
2016-10-13
2016-10-13
2016-10-13
2016-10-13
2016-07-25
2017-10-12
2017-10-12
2017-10-12
2017-10-12
2017-07-24
SID750
SID835
SID900
SID1800
SID1900
SID2000
SID2450
SID2600
OPENSAR
COMOSAR
IEEE SAM
PHANTOM
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SN 14/13 DIP
0G750-234
SN 14/13
DIP0G835-235
SN 14/13
DIP0G900-231
SN 14/13
DIP1G800-232
SN 14/13
DIP1G900-236
SN 14/13
DIP2G000-237
SN 14/13
DIP2G450-238
SN 28/14
DIP2G600-327
N/A
MODU-023-A0004
GB43312909
MY41500046
GB41291826
MY41091215
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Report No.: FCC17010035A-6
SAR Evaluation Report
Annex A: System performance verification
(Please See the SAR Measurement Plots of annex A.)
Annex B: Measurement resu lts
(Please See the SAR Measurement Plots of annex B.)
Annex C: Calibration reports
(Please See the Calibration reports of annex C.)
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SAR Evaluation Report
Annex D: Photo documentation
Photo 1: Measurement System OPENSAR
Photo 2: Front view
Photo 3: Rear View
Photo 4: Left Head Touched
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SAR Evaluation Report
Photo 5: Left Head Tilted 15°
Photo 6: Right Head Touched
Photo 7: Right Head Tilted 15°
Photo 8: Towards Phantom 10mm
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SAR Evaluation Report
Photo 9: Towards Ground 10mm
Photo 10: Right Side 10mm
Photo 11: Left Side 10mm
Photo 12: Top Side 10mm
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SAR Evaluation Report
Photo 13: Bottom Side 10mm
Photo 14: 850MHz Liquid Depth ≥ 15.0cm
Photo 15: 1800~1900MHz Liquid Depth ≥
15.0cm
Photo 16: 2450MHz Liquid Depth ≥ 15.0cm
End
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