STKHEROLITE Smart phone RF Exposure Info Measurement Report Santok Limited

Santok Limited Smart phone

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FCC SAR TEST REPORT
Report No: STS1704241H01
Issued for
SANTOK LIMITED
Santok House, Unit L, Braintree Industrial Estate, Braintree
Road, South Ruislip, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Product Name:
Smart phone
Brand Name:
STK
Model Name:
HERO LITE
Series Model:
N/A
FCC ID:
2AE7RSTKHEROLITE
ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1
Test Standard:
FCC 47 CFR Part 2 ( 2.1093)
IEEE 1528: 2013
Max. Report
SAR (1g):
Head:0.730 W/kg
Body:1.112 W/kg
Any reproduction of this document must be done in full. No single part of this document may be reproduced without
permission from STS, All Test Data Presented in this report is only applicable to presented Test sample.
Shenzhen STS Test Services Co., Ltd.
1/F., Building B, Zhuoke Science Park, No.190,Chongqing Road,
Fuyong Street, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong,China
TEL: +86-755 3688 6288 FAX: +86-755 3688 6277 E-mail:sts@stsapp.com
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Report No.: STS1704241H01
Test Report Certification
Applicant’s name ................. : Santok Limited
Address ................................. :
Santok House, Unit L, Braintree Industrial Estate, Braintree
Road, South Ruislip, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Manufacture's Name ............ : Santok Limited
Address ................................. :
Santok House, Unit L, Braintree Industrial Estate, Braintree
Road, South Ruislip, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Product description
Product name ........................ : Smart phone
Trademark ........................... : STK
Model and/or type reference : HERO LITE
Series Model.......................... : N/A
ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1992
Standards ............................. : FCC 47 CFR Part 2 ( 2.1093)
IEEE 1528: 2013
The device was tested by Shenzhen STS Test Services Co., Ltd. in accordance with the
measurement methods and procedures specified in KDB 865664 The test results in this report
apply only to the tested sample of the stated device/equipment. Other similar device/equipment
will not necessarily produce the same results due to production tolerance and measurement
uncertainties.
Date of Test ........................................... :
Date (s) of performance of tests ............. :
04 May. 2017~10 May. 2017
Date of Issue .......................................... :
11 May. 2017
Test Result.............................................. :
Pass
Testing Engineer
( Aaron Bu)
Technical Manager
(John Zou)
Authorized Signatory :
(Vita Li)
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Table of Contents
1.General Information
1.1 EUT Description
1.2 Test Environment
1.3 Test Factory
2.Test Standards And Limits
3. SAR Measurement System
3.1 Definition Of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
3.2 SAR System
4. Tissue Simulating Liquids
4.1 Simulating Liquids Parameter Check
11
11
5. SAR System Validation
13
5.1 Validation System
13
5.2 Validation Result
13
6. SAR Evaluation Procedures
14
7. EUT Antenna Location Sketch
15
7.1 SAR test exclusion consider table
8. EUT Test Position
16
17
8.1 Define Two Imaginary Lines On The Handset
17
8.2 Hotspot mode exposure position condition
18
9. Uncertainty
19
9.1 Measurement Uncertainty
19
9.2 System validation Uncertainty
21
10. Conducted Power Measurement
23
10.1 Test Result
23
10.2 Tune-up Power
38
10.3 SAR Test Exclusions Applied
40
11. EUT And Test Setup Photo
41
11.1 EUT Photo
41
11.2 Setup Photo
44
12. SAR Result Summary
49
12.1 Head SAR
49
12.2 Body-worn and Hotspot SAR
51
12.3 repeated SAR measurement
53
13. Equipment List
56
Appendix A. System Validation Plots
57
Appendix B. SAR Test Plots
81
Appendix C. Probe Calibration And Dipole Calibration Report
101
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1.General Information
Environmental evaluation measurements of specific absorption rate (SAR) distributions in emulated
human head and body tissues exposed to radio frequency (RF) radiation from wireless portable
devices for compliance with the rules and regulations of the U.S. Federal Communications
Commission (FCC).
1.1 EUT Description
Equipment
Smart phone
Brand Name
STK
Model No.
HERO LITE
Series Model
N/A
FCC ID
2AE7RSTKHEROLITE
Model Difference
N/A
Device Category
Input: AC100-240V,200mA, 50/60 Hz
Output: DC 5V,1000mA
Rated Voltage: 3.8V;
Charge Limit: 4.35V;
Capacity: 2400mAh
Portable
Product stage
Production unit
RF Exposure
Environment
General Population / Uncontrolled
IMEI
352734080085218
352734080085226
Adapter
Battery
Hardware Version N371B-024
Software Version
STK_Hero_Lite_DS_V0.0.1_20170419
GSM 850:824.2~848.8MHz
PCS1900:1850.2~1909.8MHz
WCDMA Band II:1852.4~1907.6MHz
Frequency Range WCDMA Band V:826.4~846.6MHz
LTE Band 2:1850.7~1909.3MHz
LTE Band 4:1710.7~1754.3MHz
LTE Band 5:824.7~848.3MHz
Head
(W/kg)
PCE
GSM 850
0.168
PCE
GSM 1900
0.118
PCE
WCDMA Band II
0.216
PCE
WCDMA Band V
0.138
PCE
LTE Band 2
0.386
PCE
LTE Band 4
0.730
PCE
LTE Band 5
0.224
PCE
LTE Band 7
0.463
PCE
LTE Band 17
0.264
DTS
WIFI
0.293
DSS
BluetoothNote
0.105
1.023
Licensed Portable Transmitter Held to Ear (PCE)
Part 15 Spread Spectrum Transmitter (DSS)
Digital Transmission System (DTS)
Band
Max. Reported
SAR(1g):
(Limit:1.6W/kg)
1-g Sum SAR
FCC Equipment
Class
LTE Band 7:2502.5~2567.5MHz
LTE Band 17:706.5~713.5MHz
WLAN802.11b/g/n(HT20):2412~2462MHz
WLAN 802.11n(HT40):2422~2452MHz
Bluetooth:2402~ 2480MHz
Mode
Body Worn and
Hotspot(W/kg)
0.614
0.717
1.112
0.176
0.420
0.757
0.413
0.516
0.521
0.194
0.053
1.306
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Operating Mode:
Antenna
Specification:
SIM Card
Report No.: STS1704241H01
GSM: GSM Voice; GPRS Class 12;
WCDMA:RMC,HSDPA,HSUPA Release 6;
LTE:QPSK,16QAM;
WLAN: 802.11 b/g/n(HT20) /n(HT40);
Bluetooth: 2.1+EDR (GFSK +π/4DQPSK+8DPSK) ;
Bluetooth: V4.0
GSM,WCDMA,LTE: PIFA Antenna
BT,WIFI: PIFA Antenna
Support dual-SIM, dual standby, the multiple SIM card with
two lines cannot transmitting at the same time
Hotspot Mode:
Support
DTM Mode:
Not Support
Note:
1. Bluetooth SAR was estimated
2. The dual SIM card mobile has 2 SIM slots and supports dual SIM dual standby. The WWAN radio
transmission will be enabled by either one SIM at a time (Single active)
3. After pre-scan two SIM cards power, we found test result of the SIM1 was the worse, so we chose SIM1
card to perform all tests.
4. The EUT battery must be fully charged and checked periodically during the test to ascertain uniform
power
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1.2 Test Environment
Ambient conditions in the SAR laboratory:
Items
Required
Actual
Temperature (℃)
18-25
22~23
Humidity (%RH)
30-70
55~65
1.3 Test Factory
Shenzhen STS Test Services Co., Ltd.
Add. : 1/F, Building B, Zhuoke Science Park,No.190, Chongqing Road, Fuyong,
Baoan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
CNAS Registration No.: L7649;
FCC Registration No.: 842334;
IC Registration No.: 12108A-1
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2.Test Standards And Limits
No.
Identity
Document Title
47 CFR Part 2
Frequency Allocations and Radio Treaty Matters; General
Rules and Regulations
ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1992
IEEE Standard for 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
FCC KDB 447498 D01 v06
Mobile and Portable Device RF Exposure Procedures and
Equipment Authorization Policies
FCC KDB 865664 D01 v01r04
SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz
FCC KDB 865664 D02 v01r02
RF Exposure Reporting
FCC KDB 941225 D01 v03r01
SAR Measurement Procedures for 3G Devices
FCC KDB 941225 D05 v02r05
SAR for LTE Devices
FCC KDB 941225 D06 v02r01
Hotspot Mode SAR
10
FCC KDB 648474 D04 v01r03
SAR Evaluation Considerations for Wireless Handsets
11
FCC KDB 248227 D01 Wi-Fi
SAR v02r02
SAR Considerations for 802.11 Devices
(A). Limits for Occupational/Controlled Exposure (W/kg)
Whole-Body
Partial-Body
Hands, Wrists, Feet and Ankles
0.4
8.0
20.0
(B). Limits for General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure (W/kg)
Whole-Body
Partial-Body
Hands, Wrists, Feet and Ankles
0.08
1.6
4.0
NOTE: Whole-Body SAR is averaged over the entire body, partial-body SAR is averaged over any 1
gram of tissue defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube. SAR for hands, wrists, feet and
ankles is averaged over any 10 grams of tissue defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube.
Population/Uncontrolled Environments:
are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individuals who have no knowledge or control of
their exposure.
Occupational/Controlled Environments:
are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred by people who are aware of the
potential for exposure, (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation).
NOTE
GENERAL POPULATION/UNCONTROLLED EXPOSURE
PARTIAL BODY LIMIT
1.6 W/kg
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3. SAR Measurement System
3.1 Definition Of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
SAR is related to the rate at which energy is absorbed per unit mass in an object exposed to a radio
field. The SAR distribution in a biological body is complicated and is usually carried out by experimental
techniques or numerical modeling. The standard recommends limits for two tiers of groups,
occupational/controlled and general population/uncontrolled, based on a person’s awareness and ability
to exercise control over his or her exposure. In general, occupational/controlled exposure limits are
higher than the limits for general population/uncontrolled.
The SAR definition is 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). The
equation description is as below:
SAR is expressed in units of Watts per kilogram (W/kg) SAR measurement can be related to the
electrical field in the tissue by
Where: σ is the conductivity of the tissue,
ρ is the mass density of the tissue and E is the RMS electrical field strength.
3.2 SAR System
SATIMO SAR System Diagram:
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
- Phone holder
- Head simulating tissue
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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.
3.2.1 Probe
For the measurements the Specific Dosimetric E-Field Probe SN 14/16 EP309 with following
specifications is used
- Dynamic range: 0.01-100 W/kg
- Tip Diameter: 5 mm
- Length of Individual Dipoles: 4.5 mm
- Maximum external diameter: 8 mm
- Distance between dipole/probe extremity: 8 mm (repeatability better than +/- 2.7mm)
- Probe linearity: 0±2.27%(±0.10dB)
- Axial Isotropy: <0.10 dB
- Spherical Isotropy: <0.10 dB
- Calibration range: 400 MHz to 3 GHz for head & body simulating liquid.
- Angle between probe axis (evaluation axis) and surface normal line: less than 30°
Figure 1-MVG COMOSAR Dosimetric E field Dipole
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3.2.2 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.
SN 32/14 SAM115
SN 32/14 SAM116
3.2.3 Device Holder
The SAR in the phantom is approximately inversely proportional to the square of the distance
between the source and the liquid surface. For a source at 5 mm distance, a positioning uncertainty of ±
0.5 mm would produce a SAR uncertainty of ± 20 %. Accurate device positioning is therefore crucial for
accurate and repeatable measurements. The positions in which the devices must be measured are
defined by the standards.4. Tissue Simulating Liquids
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4. Tissue Simulating Liquids
4.1 Simulating Liquids Parameter Check
The head tissue dielectric parameters recommended by the IEEE SCC-34/SC-2 in P1528 have been
incorporated in the following table. These head parameters are derived from planar layer models
simulating the highest expected SAR for the dielectric properties and tissue thickness variations in a
human head. Other head and body tissue parameters that have not been specified in P1528 are derived
from the tissue dielectric parameters computed from the 4-Cole-Cole equations described in Reference
[12] and extrapolated according to the head parameters specified in P1528.
Frequency
(MHz)
Bactericide
DGBE
HEC
NaCl
Sucrose
1,2-Propan
ediol
X100
Water
σ
εr
750
0.79
64.81
34.40
0.97
41.8
835
0.79
64.81
34.40
0.97
41.8
900
0.79
64.81
34.40
0.97
41.8
1800
13.84
0.35
30.45
55.36
1.38
41.0
1900
13.84
0.35
30.45
55.36
1.38
41.0
2000
7.99
0.16
19.97
71.88
1.55
41.1
2450
7.99
0.16
19.97
71.88
1.88
40.3
2600
7.99
0.16
19.97
71.88
1.88
40.3
Conductivity
Permittivity
Tissue dielectric parameters for head and body phantoms

r
S/m
Frequency
Head
Body
Head
Body
300
45.3
58.2
0.87
0.92
450
43.5
58.7
0.87
0.94
900
41.5
55.0
0.97
1.05
1450
40.5
54.0
1.20
1.30
1800
40.0
53.3
1.40
1.52
2450
39.2
52.7
1.80
1.95
3000
38.5
52.0
2.40
2.73
5800
35.3
48.2
5.27
6.00
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LIQUID MEASUREMENT RESULTS
Date
2017-05-10
2017-05-09
2017-05-08
2017-05-06
2017-05-05
2017-05-04
Date
2017-05-10
2017-05-09
2017-05-08
2017-05-06
2017-05-05
2017-05-04
Ambient
condition
Temp.
Humidity
[°C]
[%]
23.3
23.8
23.7
23.2
22.8
22.6
52
53
49
54
53
52
Ambient
condition
Temp.
Humidity
[°C]
[%]
23.3
23.8
23.7
23.2
22.8
22.6
52
53
49
54
53
52
Head Simulating
Liquid
Temp.
Frequency
[°C]
750 MHz
835 MHz
1800 MHz
1900 MHz
2450 MHz
2600 MHz
835 MHz
1800 MHz
1900 MHz
2450 MHz
2600 MHz
Target
Measured
Deviation
[%]
Limited
[%]
Permitivity:
41.9
40.33
-3.75
±5
Conductivity:
0.89
0.91
2.25
±5
Permitivity:
41.5
42.14
1.54
±5
Conductivity:
0.9
0.94
4.44
±5
Permitivity:
40
39.61
-0.98
±5
Conductivity:
1.40
1.37
-2.14
±5
Permitivity:
40
38.79
-3.03
±5
Conductivity:
1.4
1.43
2.14
±5
Permitivity:
39.2
39.55
0.89
±5
Conductivity:
1.8
1.78
-1.11
±5
Permitivity:
39.0
40.07
2.74
±5
Conductivity:
1.96
1.99
1.53
±5
22.9
23.4
23.3
22.8
22.4
22.2
Body Simulating
Liquid
Temp.
Frequency
[°C]
750 MHz
Parameters
Target
Measured
Deviation
[%]
Limited
[%]
Permitivity:
55.5
56.31
1.46
±5
Conductivity:
0.96
0.97
1.04
±5
Permitivity:
55.2
54.69
-0.92
±5
Conductivity:
0.97
0.94
-3.09
±5
Permitivity:
53.3
52.87
-0.81
±5
Conductivity:
1.52
1.51
-0.66
±5
Permitivity:
53.3
53.14
-0.30
±5
Conductivity:
1.52
1.53
0.66
±5
Permitivity:
52.7
52.82
0.23
±5
Conductivity:
1.95
1.94
-0.51
±5
Permitivity:
52.5
53.23
1.39
±5
Conductivity:
2.16
2.17
0.46
±5
Parameters
22.9
23.4
23.3
22.8
22.4
22.2
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5. SAR System Validation
5.1 Validation System
Each SATIMO system is equipped with one or more system validation kits. These units, together
with the predefined measurement procedures within the SATIMO software, enable the user to conduct
the system performance check and system validation. System kit includes a dipole, and dipole device
holder.
The system check verifies that the system operates within its specifications. It’s performed daily or
before every SAR measurement. The system check uses normal SAR measurement in the flat section of
the phantom with a matched dipole at a specified distance. The system validation setup is shown as
below.
5.2 Validation Result
Comparing to the original SAR value provided by SATIMO, the validation data should be within its
specification of 10 %.
Power(mW)
Tested
Value
(W/Kg)
Normalized
Freq.(MHz)
SAR
(W/kg/W)
(W/Kg/W)
750 Head
100
0.852
8.52
750 Body
100
0.876
835 Head
100
835 Body
Target
Tolerance(%)
Date
8.49
0.35
2017-05-10
8.76
8.49
3.18
2017-05-10
0.961
9.61
9.56
0.52
2017-05-09
100
0.958
9.58
9.56
0.21
2017-05-09
1800 Head
100
3.912
39.12
38.4
1.88
2017-05-08
1800 Body
100
3.864
38.64
38.4
0.63
2017-05-08
1900 Head
100
4.015
40.15
39.7
1.13
2017-05-06
1900 Body
100
4.077
40.77
39.7
2.70
2017-05-06
2450 Head
100
5.286
52.86
52.4
0.88
2017-05-05
2450 Body
100
5.237
52.37
52.4
-0.06
2017-05-05
2600 Head
100
5.545
55.45
55.30
0.27
2017-05-04
2600 Body
100
5.478
54.78
55.30
-0.94
2017-05-04
Note: The tolerance limit of System validation ±10%.
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6. SAR Evaluation Procedures
The procedure for assessing the average SAR value consists of the following steps:
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 16mm * 8 to16 mm and a constant distance
to the inner surface of the phantom. Since the sensors cannot 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.
 Area Scan& Zoom Scan
First Area Scan is used to locate the approximate location(s) of the local peak SAR value(s). The
measurement grid within an Area Scan is defined by the grid extent, grid step size and grid offset. Next,
in order to determine the EM field distribution in a three-dimensional spatial extension, Zoom Scan is
required. The Zoom Scan is performed around the highest E-field value to determine the averaged
SAR-distribution over 10 g. Area scan and zoom scan resolution setting follows KDB 865664 D01
quoted below.
When the 1-g SAR of the highest peak is within 2 dB of the SAR limit, additional zoom scans are
required for other peaks within 2 dB of the highest peak that have not been included in any zoom scan to
ensure there is no increase in SAR.
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7. EUT Antenna Location Sketch
It is a Smart phone, support GSM/WCDMA/LTE mode.
Top side
48mm
102mm
126mm
141mm
Right side
151mm
72mm
Bottom side
(Back view)
WWAN Antenna
WIFI/BT Antenna
Left side
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7.1 SAR test exclusion consider table
According with FCC KDB 447498 D01, appendix A, 50mm, the
SAR test exclusion threshold is determined according to the following
a)[threshold at 50mm in step 1]+(test separation distance -50mm)*(f (MHz)/150)]Mw, at
100 MHz to 1500 MHz
b) [threshold at 50mm in step1]+( test separation distance -50mm) *10]mW at>
1500MHz and≤6GHz
6.
Per KDB 447498 D02, RMC 12.2kbps setting is used to evaluate SAR. If HSDPA/
HSUPA/DC-HSDPA output power is<0.25db higher than RMC 12.2Kbps,or reported SAR
with RMC 12.2kbps setting is ≤1.2W/Kg, HSDPA/HSUPA/DC-HSDPA SAR evaluation
can be excluded.
7.
Per KDB 248227 D01, choose the highest output power channel to test
SAR and
determine futher SAR exclusion 8.for each frequency band ,testing at higher data rates
and higher order modulations is not required when the maximum average output power
for each of each of these configurations is less than 1/4db higher than those measured at
the lower data rate than 11b mode ,thus the SAR can be excluded.
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8. EUT Test Position
This EUT was tested in Right Cheek, Right Titled, Left Cheek, Left Titled, Front Face and Rear Face.
8.1 Define Two Imaginary Lines On The Handset
(1)The vertical centerline passes through two points on the front side of the handset the midpoint of the
width wt of the handset at the level of the acoustic output, and the midpoint of the width wb of the
handset.
(2)The horizontal line is perpendicular to the vertical centerline and passes through the center of the
acoustic output. The horizontal line is also tangential to the face of the handset at point A.
(3)The two lines intersect at point A. Note that for many handsets, point A coincides with the center of
the acoustic output; however, the acoustic output may be located elsewhere on the horizontal line. Also
note that the vertical centerline is not necessarily to the front face of the handset, especially for clamshell
handsets, handsets with flip covers, and other irregularly shaped handsets.
Cheek Position
1)To position the device with the vertical center line of the body of the device and the horizontal line
crossing the center piece in a plane parallel to the sagittal plane of the phantom. While maintaining the
device in this plane, align the vertical center line with the reference plane containing the ear and mouth
reference point (M: Mouth, RE: Right Ear, and LE: Left Ear) and align the center of the ear piece with the
line RE-LE.
2)To move the device towards the phantom with the ear piece aligned with the the line LE-RE until the
phone touched the ear. While maintaining the device in the reference plane and maintaining the phone
contact with ear, move the bottom of the phone until any point on the front side is in contact with the
cheek of the phantom or until contact with the ear is lost
Title Position
(1)To position the device in the “cheek” position described above.
(2) While maintaining the device in the reference plane described above and pivoting against the ear,
moves it outward away from the mouth by an angle of 15 degrees or until with the ear is lost.
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Body-worn Position Conditions:
Body-worn accessory exposure is typically related to voice mode operations when handsets are
carried in body-worn accessories. The body-worn accessory procedures in KDB Publication 447498
D01 should be used to test for body-worn accessory SAR compliance, without a headset connected to
it. When the same wireless transmission configuration is used for testing body-worn accessory and
hotspot mode SAR, respectively, in voice and data mode, SAR results for the most conservative test
separation distance configuration may be used to support both SAR conditions. When the reported
SAR for a body-worn accessory, measured without a headset connected to the handset, is > 1.2 W/kg,
the highest reported SAR configuration for that wireless mode and frequency band should be repeated
for the body-worn accessory with a headset attached to the handset.
8.2 Hotspot mode exposure position condition
For handsets that support hotspot mode operations, with wireless router capabilities and various
web browsing function, the relevant hand and body exposure condition are tested according to
the hotspot SAR procedures in KDB 941225. A test separation distance of 10 mm is required
between the phantom and all surface and edges with a transmitting antenna located within 25
mm form that surface or edge. When form factor of a handset is smaller than 9cm x 5cm, a test
separation distance of 5mm (instead of 10mm)is required for testing hotspot mode. When the
separate distance required for body-worn accessory testing is larger than or equal to that tested
for hotspot mode, in the same wireless mode and for the same surface of the phone, the hotspot
mode SAR data may be used to support body-worn accessory SAR compliance for that particular
configuration(surface).
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9. Uncertainty
9.1 Measurement Uncertainty
The following measurement uncertainty levels have been estimated for tests performed on the EUT as
specified in IEEE 1528: 2013.This uncertainty represents an expanded uncertainty expressed at
approximately the 95% confidence level using a coverage factor of k=2.
NO
Source
Tol(%)
Prob.
Div.
ci
ci
Dist.
(1g)
(10g)
1gUi
10gUi
Veff
Measurement System
Probe calibration
5.8
5.8
5.8
∞
Axial isotropy
3.5
√3
(1-cp)1/2
(1-cp)1/2
1.43
1.43
∞
Hemispherical
isotropy
5.9
√3
√Cp
√Cp
2.41
2.41
∞
Boundary effect
1.0
√3
0.58
0.58
∞
Linearity
4.7
√3
2.71
2.71
∞
System Detection
limits
1.0
√3
0.58
0.58
∞
Readout
electronics
0.5
0.50
0.50
∞
Response time
√3
∞
Integration time
1.4
√3
0.81
0.81
∞
10
Ambient noise
3.0
√3
1.73
1.73
∞
11
Ambient reflections
3.0
√3
1.73
1.73
∞
12
Probe positioner
mech. restrictions
1.4
√3
0.81
0.81
∞
13
Probe positioning
with respect to
phantom shell
1.4
√3
0.81
0.81
∞
14
Max.SAR
evaluation
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
∞
Test sample related
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2.6
2.6
2.6
11
Device holder
3.0
3.0
Drift of output
power
5.0
√3
2.89
2.89
∞
15
Device positioning
16
17
Phantom and set-up
18
Phantom
uncertainty
4.0
√3
2.31
2.31
∞
19
Liquid conductivity
(target)
2.5
0.78
0.71
1.95
1.78
20
Liquid conductivity
(meas)
0.23
0.26
0.92
1.04
21
Liquid Permittivity
(target)
2.5
0.78
0.71
1.95
1.78
∞
22
Liquid Permittivity
(meas)
5.0
0.23
0.26
1.15
1.30
∞
10.63%
10.54%
21.26%
21.08%
Combined standard
RSS
UC 
C
Ui
i 1
Expanded uncertainty
(P=95%)
U = k U C ,k=2
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9.2 System validation Uncertainty
NO
Source
Tol(%)
Prob.
Div.
ci
ci
Dist.
(1g)
(10g)
1gUi
10gUi
Veff
Measurement System
Probe calibration
5.8
5.8
5.8
∞
Axial isotropy
3.5
√3
(1-cp)1/2
(1-cp)1/2
1.43
1.43
∞
Hemispherical
isotropy
5.9
√3
√Cp
√Cp
2.41
2.41
∞
Boundary effect
1.0
√3
0.58
0.58
∞
Linearity
4.7
√3
2.71
2.71
∞
System Detection
limits
1.0
√3
0.58
0.58
∞
∞
0.5
0.50
0.50
∞
Modulation
response
Readout
electronics
Response time
√3
∞
10
Integration time
1.4
√3
0.81
0.81
∞
11
Ambient noise
3.0
√3
1.73
1.73
∞
12
Ambient reflections
3.0
√3
1.73
1.73
∞
13
Probe positioner
mech. restrictions
1.4
√3
0.81
0.81
∞
14
Probe positioning
with respect to
phantom shell
1.4
√3
0.81
0.81
∞
15
Max.SAR
evaluation
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
∞
4.00
4.00
∞
Dipole
16
Deviation of
experimental
source from
numerical source
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Input power and
SAR drit
measurement
√3
18
Dipole Axis to
liquid Distance
√3
4.0
√3
2.31
2.31
∞
2.0
0.84
1.68
∞
0.84
2.00
1.68
∞
2.89
2.89
∞
∞
Phantom and set-up
19
20
21
Phantom
uncertainty
Uncertainty in SAR
correction for
deviation(in
permittivity and
conductivity)
Liquid conductivity
(target)
22
Liquid conductivity
(temperature
uncertainty)
2.5
0.78
0.71
1.95
1.78
23
Liquid conductivity
(meas)
0.23
0.26
0.92
1.04
24
Liquid Permittivity
(target)
2.5
0.78
0.71
1.95
1.78
∞
25
Liquid Permittivity
(temperature
uncertainty)
2.5
0.78
0.71
1.95
1.78
26
Liquid Permittivity
(meas)
5.0
0.23
0.26
1.15
1.30
∞
10.15%
10.05%
20.29%
20.10%
Combined standard
RSS
UC 
C
Ui
i 1
Expanded uncertainty
(P=95%)
U = k U C ,k=2
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10. Conducted Power Measurement
10.1 Test Result
Burst Average Power (dBm)
Band
GSM 850
128
Channel
190
251
512
824.2
836.6
848.8
1850.2
Frequency (MHz)
29.91
33.21
33.16
33.07
GSM(GMSK, 1-Slot)
29.89
33.19
33.15
33.05
GPRS (GMSK, 1-Slot)
29.44
32.79
32.68
32.58
GPRS (GMSK, 2-Slot)
28.01
31.33
31.25
31.17
GPRS (GMSK, 3-Slot)
27.60
30.86
30.84
30.67
GPRS (GMSK, 4-Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK, 1-Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK, 2-Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK, 3-Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK, 4-Slot)
Remark: GPRS, CS4 coding scheme. EGPRS, MCS9 coding scheme.
Multi-Slot Class 8 , Support Max 4 downlink, 1 uplink , 5 working link
Multi-Slot Class 10 , Support Max 4 downlink, 2 uplink , 5 working link
Multi-Slot Class 12 , Support Max 4 downlink, 4 uplink , 5 working link
Band
Channel
Fram- Average Power(dBm)
GSM 850
128
251
190
PCS 1900
661
1880.0
30.24
30.21
29.75
28.34
27.94
810
1909.8
30.38
30.36
29.93
28.44
27.98
512
PCS 1900
661
810
Frequency (MHz)
824.2
836.6
848.8
1850.2
1880.0
1909.8
GSM(GMSK, 1-Slot)
24.18
24.13
24.04
20.88
21.21
21.35
GPRS (GMSK, 1-Slot)
24.16
24.12
24.02
20.86
21.18
21.33
GPRS (GMSK, 2-Slot)
26.77
26.66
26.56
23.42
23.73
23.91
GPRS (GMSK, 3-Slot)
27.07
26.99
26.91
23.75
24.08
24.18
GPRS (GMSK, 4-Slot)
27.85
27.83
27.66
24.59
24.93
24.97
EGPRS(8PSK, 1-Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK, 2-Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK, 3-Slot)
EGPRS(8PSK, 4-Slot)
Remark :
1. SAR testing was performed on the maximum frame-averaged power mode.
2. The frame-averaged power is linearly proportion to the slot number configured and it is linearly
scaled the maximum
burst-averaged power based on time slots. The calculated method is shown as below:
Frame-averaged power = Burst averaged power (1 Tx Slot) – 9.03 dB
Frame-averaged power = Burst averaged power (2 Tx Slots) – 6.02 dB
Frame-averaged power = Burst averaged power (3 Tx Slots) - 4.26 dB
Frame-averaged power = Burst averaged power (4 Tx Slots) – 3.01 dB
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WCDMA
Band
WCDMA Band V
WCDMA Band II
Channel
4132
4183
4233
9262
9400
9538
Frequency (MHz)
826.4
836.6
846.6
1852.4
1880.0
1907.6
AMR 12.2Kbps
22.69
22.66
22.51
20.11
20.43
19.84
RMC 12.2Kbps
22.71
22.69
22.53
20.13
20.46
19.85
HSDPA Subtest-1
22.69
22.67
22.51
20.12
20.45
19.82
HSDPA Subtest-2
22.25
22.22
22.08
19.66
19.96
19.35
HSDPA Subtest-3
21.95
21.75
21.61
19.36
19.52
19.04
HSDPA Subtest-4
21.53
21.28
21.16
18.87
19.12
18.72
HSUPA Subtest-1
22.60
22.58
22.06
20.08
20.38
19.39
HSUPA Subtest-2
21.69
21.67
21.12
19.19
19.42
18.40
HSUPA Subtest-3
21.59
21.22
20.63
19.07
18.99
17.95
HSUPA Subtest-4
21.21
20.84
20.23
18.74
18.65
17.53
HSUPA Subtest-5
19.79
19.36
18.73
17.33
17.18
16.10
According to 3GPP 25.101 sub-clause 6.2.2 , the maximum output power is allowed to be reduced by
following the table.
Table 6.1A: UE maximum output power with HS-DPCCH and E-DCH
UE Transmit Channel Configuration
For all combinations of ,DPDCH,DPCCH
HS-DPDCH,E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH
CM(db)
MPR(db)
0≤ CM≤3.5
MAX(CM-1,0)
Note: CM=1 for βc/βd=12/15, βhs/ βc=24/15.For all other combinations of DPDCH, DPCCH,
HS-DPCCH,
E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH the MPR is based on the relative CM difference.
The device supports MPR to solve linearity issues (ACLR or SEM) due to the higher peak-to average
ratios (PAR) of the HSUPA signal. This prevents saturating the full range of the TX DAC inside of device
and provides a reduced power output to the RF transceiver chip according to the Cubic Metric (a function
of the combinations of DPDCH, DPCCH, HS-DPCCH, E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH).
When E-DPDCH channels are present the beta gains on those channels are reduced firsts to try to get the
power under the allowed limit. If the beta gains are lowered as far as possible, then a hard limiting is
applied at the maximum allowed level.
The SW currently recalculates the cubic metric every time the beta gains on the E-DPDCH are reduced.
The cubic metric will likely get lower each time this is done .However, there is no reported reduction of
maximum output power in the HSUPA mode since the device also provides a compensation for the power
back-off by increasing the gain of TX_AGC in the transceiver (PA) device.
The end effect is that the DUT output power is identical to the case where there is no MPR in the
device.
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WIFI
Mode
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n(HT 20)
802.11n(HT 40)
Channel Number
Frequency (MHz)
Average Power
(dBm)
2412
15.19
2437
15.03
11
2462
15.09
2412
12.29
2437
13.09
11
2462
13.01
2412
10.15
2437
11.19
11
2462
10.92
2422
10.03
2437
9.93
2452
10.69
Channel Number
Frequency (MHz)
Average Power
(dBm)
2402
2.89
39
2441
3.02
78
2480
3.09
2402
0.36
39
2441
0.49
78
2480
0.62
2402
0.35
39
2441
0.45
78
2480
0.59
Channel Number
Frequency (MHz)
Average Power
(dBm)
2402
-5.06
19
2440
-4.92
39
2480
-5.09
Bluetooth
Mode
GFSK(1Mbps)
π/4-DQPSK(2Mbps)
8DPSK(3Mbps)
BT 4.0
Mode
GFSK(1Mbps)
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LTE Conducted Power
General Note:
1. Anritsu CMW500 base station simulator was used to setup the connection with EUT; the frequency
band, channel bandwidth, RB allocation configuration, modulation type are set in the base station
simulator to configure EUT transmitting at maximum power and at different configurations which are
requested to be reported to FCC, for conducted power measurement and SAR testing.
2. Per KDB 941225 D05, when a properly configured base station simulator is used for the SAR and
power measurements, spectrum plots for each RB allocation and offset configuration is not
required.
3. Per KDB 941225 D05, 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.
4. Per KDB 941225 D05, 50% RB allocation for QPSK SAR testing follows 1RB QPSK allocation
procedure.
5. Per KDB 941225 D05, 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 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.
6. Per KDB 941225 D05, 16QAM output power for each RB allocation configuration is > not ½ dB
higher than the same configuration in QPSK and the reported SAR for the QPSK configuration is ≤
1.45 W/kg; Per KDB 941225 D05, 16QAM SAR testing is not required.
7. Per KDB 941225 D05, Smaller bandwidth output power for each RB allocation configuration is > not
½ dB higher than the same configuration in the largest supported bandwidth, and the reported SAR
for the largest supported bandwidth is ≤ 1.45 W/kg; Per KDB 941225 D05, smaller bandwidth SAR
testing is not required.
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LTE Band 2
LTE Band 2 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
1.4
1.4
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
23.15
23.18
23.18
22.88
22.97
22.89
1.4
22.64
22.67
22.63
1.4
22.35
22.44
22.33
1.4
22.15
22.22
22.06
1.4
21.85
21.97
21.83
1.4
21.56
21.73
21.58
1.4
22.92
22.95
22.96
1.4
22.67
22.68
22.68
1.4
22.46
22.39
22.47
1.4
22.21
22.19
22.26
1.4
21.99
21.91
22.04
1.4
21.74
21.69
21.83
1.4
21.47
21.42
21.57
22.32
22.30
22.35
22.08
22.05
22.10
14
21.84
21.77
21.80
21.62
21.52
21.56
21.35
21.27
21.32
21.13
21.00
21.10
15
20.89
20.71
20.80
22.08
22.02
22.14
21.83
21.78
21.85
14
21.55
21.50
21.57
21.30
21.26
21.29
21.10
21.03
21.08
20.84
20.79
20.80
15
20.55
20.58
20.55
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 2
LTE Band 2 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
23.12
23.09
23.14
12
22.91
22.81
22.89
24
22.69
22.51
22.63
12
22.42
22.22
22.36
12
22.20
21.96
22.13
12
11
21.95
21.71
21.88
25
21.68
21.43
21.64
22.84
22.80
22.86
12
22.55
22.57
22.59
24
22.27
22.30
22.30
12
22.06
22.08
22.09
12
21.79
21.82
21.80
12
11
21.55
21.54
21.55
25
21.27
21.33
21.25
10
23.09
23.05
23.12
10
24
22.82
22.82
22.91
10
49
22.52
22.59
22.66
10
25
22.25
22.37
22.43
10
25
12
22.00
22.13
22.20
10
25
24
21.79
21.84
21.96
10
50
21.54
21.59
21.67
10
22.86
22.77
22.87
10
24
22.58
22.56
22.62
10
49
22.34
22.32
22.40
10
25
22.11
22.06
22.16
10
25
12
21.81
21.82
21.87
10
25
24
21.54
21.54
21.67
10
50
21.33
21.28
21.46
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 2
LTE Band 2 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
15
15
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
23.05
23.02
22.99
37
22.80
22.78
22.73
15
74
22.50
22.55
22.45
15
36
22.22
22.27
22.18
15
36
18
21.93
22.01
21.89
15
36
39
21.65
21.73
21.63
15
75
21.44
21.50
21.36
15
22.84
22.79
22.79
15
38
22.59
22.53
22.57
15
75
22.31
22.28
22.29
15
36
22.02
22.07
22.01
15
36
18
21.79
21.83
21.76
15
36
39
21.51
21.60
21.48
15
75
21.25
21.34
21.23
20
23.32
23.29
23.33
20
49
23.06
23.03
23.08
20
99
22.85
22.81
22.83
20
50
22.63
22.52
22.62
20
50
24
22.34
22.28
22.40
20
50
49
22.04
22.02
22.16
20
100
21.78
21.73
21.88
20
23.05
23.01
23.08
20
49
22.79
22.75
22.83
20
99
22.55
22.48
22.57
20
50
22.30
22.21
22.31
20
50
24
22.01
21.99
22.10
20
50
49
21.76
21.77
21.87
20
100
21.56
21.56
21.64
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 4
LTE Band 4 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
1.4
1.4
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
23.25
23.23
23.29
23.05
23.03
23.01
1.4
22.75
22.75
22.80
1.4
22.55
22.51
22.57
1.4
22.30
22.26
22.28
1.4
22.04
21.97
21.99
1.4
21.83
21.72
21.79
1.4
23.01
23.01
23.03
1.4
22.76
22.77
22.80
1.4
22.53
22.48
22.53
1.4
22.29
22.27
22.26
1.4
22.02
22.07
21.97
1.4
21.75
21.79
21.75
1.4
21.53
21.56
21.50
23.23
23.15
23.12
22.99
22.87
22.84
14
22.79
22.58
22.57
22.51
22.31
22.33
22.28
22.05
22.06
22.00
21.76
21.83
15
21.74
21.52
21.57
22.93
22.93
22.90
22.69
22.64
22.64
14
22.47
22.42
22.34
22.27
22.21
22.11
21.98
21.99
21.83
21.77
21.77
21.62
15
21.52
21.48
21.37
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 4
LTE Band 4 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
23.18
23.11
23.09
12
22.93
22.88
22.86
24
22.66
22.63
22.64
12
22.45
22.42
22.38
12
22.19
22.12
22.13
12
11
21.90
21.83
21.87
25
21.67
21.61
21.58
22.93
22.83
22.84
12
22.68
22.60
22.62
24
22.48
22.39
22.35
12
22.22
22.12
22.10
12
21.95
21.92
21.81
12
11
21.73
21.66
21.52
25
21.46
21.41
21.24
10
23.12
23.05
23.03
10
24
22.83
22.78
22.76
10
49
22.54
22.50
22.50
10
25
22.30
22.28
22.29
10
25
12
22.02
21.99
22.01
10
25
24
21.79
21.72
21.76
10
50
21.58
21.48
21.48
10
22.90
22.76
22.79
10
24
22.64
22.49
22.50
10
49
22.43
22.28
22.28
10
25
22.17
22.06
22.06
10
25
12
21.96
21.82
21.86
10
25
24
21.72
21.54
21.62
10
50
21.44
21.27
21.33
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 4
LTE Band 4 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
15
15
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
23.42
23.45
23.48
37
23.17
23.18
23.18
15
74
22.94
22.94
22.89
15
36
22.67
22.71
22.64
15
36
18
22.40
22.51
22.42
15
36
39
22.15
22.25
22.18
15
75
21.88
21.97
21.91
15
23.22
23.25
23.20
15
38
22.92
22.97
22.94
15
75
22.64
22.70
22.72
15
36
22.39
22.41
22.50
15
36
18
22.17
22.20
22.22
15
36
39
21.97
21.90
22.00
15
75
21.73
21.64
21.76
20
23.42
23.43
23.45
20
49
23.19
23.21
23.16
20
99
22.92
22.96
22.88
20
50
22.67
22.74
22.67
20
50
24
22.46
22.47
22.42
20
50
49
22.21
22.20
22.14
20
100
21.97
21.93
21.85
20
23.20
23.21
23.24
20
49
22.90
23.00
22.96
20
99
22.69
22.73
22.66
20
50
22.46
22.44
22.40
20
50
24
22.24
22.20
22.18
20
50
49
22.00
21.90
21.89
20
100
21.78
21.63
21.68
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 5
LTE Band 5 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
1.4
1.4
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
22.62
22.65
22.69
22.40
22.43
22.40
1.4
22.12
22.18
22.15
1.4
21.89
21.92
21.86
1.4
21.63
21.67
21.64
1.4
21.42
21.43
21.39
1.4
21.21
21.13
21.18
1.4
22.38
22.41
22.48
1.4
22.10
22.18
22.23
1.4
21.86
21.90
21.96
1.4
21.61
21.69
21.67
1.4
21.40
21.48
21.47
1.4
21.14
21.19
21.18
1.4
20.91
20.95
20.98
22.59
22.62
22.66
22.30
22.34
22.46
14
22.09
22.10
22.21
21.82
21.89
21.94
21.59
21.60
21.66
21.37
21.33
21.39
15
21.13
21.09
21.12
22.30
22.33
22.37
22.05
22.06
22.11
14
21.84
21.78
21.89
21.54
21.53
21.63
21.30
21.32
21.38
21.02
21.10
21.16
15
20.78
20.88
20.88
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 5
LTE Band 5 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
22.59
22.55
22.56
12
22.39
22.28
22.33
24
22.09
22.07
22.07
12
21.84
21.86
21.80
12
21.60
21.61
21.59
12
11
21.34
21.38
21.35
25
21.09
21.10
21.05
22.34
22.34
22.31
12
22.11
22.08
22.03
24
21.90
21.86
21.76
12
21.60
21.58
21.52
12
21.31
21.37
21.31
12
11
21.03
21.07
21.10
25
20.80
20.78
20.82
10
22.98
22.95
22.89
10
24
22.72
22.69
22.62
10
49
22.45
22.39
22.36
10
25
22.16
22.12
22.12
10
25
12
21.89
21.90
21.90
10
25
24
21.68
21.63
21.60
10
50
21.44
21.35
21.39
10
22.69
22.68
22.60
10
24
22.44
22.44
22.34
10
49
22.14
22.24
22.10
10
25
21.93
21.99
21.81
10
25
12
21.68
21.70
21.55
10
25
24
21.41
21.48
21.29
10
50
21.19
21.21
21.05
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 7
LTE Band 7 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
22.32
22.33
22.35
12
22.06
22.10
22.14
24
21.84
21.89
21.89
12
21.57
21.65
21.62
12
21.29
21.38
21.37
12
11
21.01
21.15
21.15
25
20.75
20.94
20.91
22.04
22.09
22.11
12
21.75
21.85
21.88
24
21.53
21.65
21.61
12
21.30
21.44
21.35
12
21.05
21.24
21.07
12
11
20.80
21.01
20.85
25
20.55
20.76
20.57
10
22.29
22.31
22.33
10
24
22.01
22.07
22.09
10
49
21.75
21.87
21.88
10
25
21.45
21.59
21.63
10
25
12
21.21
21.29
21.33
10
25
24
21.00
21.07
21.12
10
50
20.77
20.83
20.84
10
22.03
22.03
22.06
10
24
21.82
21.78
21.83
10
49
21.54
21.58
21.61
10
25
21.34
21.33
21.39
10
25
12
21.06
21.06
21.15
10
25
24
20.86
20.76
20.93
10
50
20.65
20.56
20.69
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 7
LTE Band 7 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
15
15
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
22.51
22.48
22.47
37
22.21
22.27
22.23
15
74
21.93
21.99
21.98
15
36
21.64
21.69
21.69
15
36
18
21.34
21.44
21.40
15
36
39
21.12
21.17
21.10
15
75
20.82
20.94
20.83
15
22.31
22.21
22.26
15
38
22.06
21.92
22.04
15
75
21.77
21.71
21.78
15
36
21.54
21.43
21.55
15
36
18
21.30
21.17
21.33
15
36
39
21.02
20.91
21.05
15
75
20.78
20.66
20.84
20
22.98
22.95
22.89
20
49
22.73
22.72
22.66
20
99
22.46
22.50
22.40
20
50
22.23
22.26
22.15
20
50
24
22.01
22.03
21.89
20
50
49
21.72
21.75
21.65
20
100
21.51
21.48
21.42
20
22.75
22.65
22.68
20
49
22.54
22.36
22.41
20
99
22.24
22.12
22.20
20
50
22.01
21.84
21.93
20
50
24
21.74
21.57
21.70
20
50
49
21.53
21.34
21.47
20
100
21.26
21.10
21.19
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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LTE BAND 17
LTE Band 17 Maximum Average Power [dBm]
BW [MHz]
RB Size
RB Offset
Mod
Lowest
Middle
Highest
22.91
22.89
22.86
12
22.65
22.63
22.61
24
22.44
22.38
22.37
12
22.23
22.15
22.17
12
21.95
21.90
21.87
12
11
21.71
21.68
21.59
25
21.42
21.44
21.37
22.64
22.62
22.62
12
22.34
22.33
22.41
24
22.06
22.13
22.13
12
21.82
21.84
21.90
12
21.60
21.56
21.61
12
11
21.35
21.33
21.38
25
21.06
21.09
21.17
10
23.38
23.32
23.29
10
24
23.08
23.06
23.03
10
49
22.88
22.84
22.78
10
25
22.68
22.62
22.48
10
25
12
22.48
22.37
22.20
10
25
24
22.21
22.15
21.98
10
50
21.98
21.93
21.69
10
23.08
23.05
23.06
10
24
22.80
22.77
22.83
10
49
22.58
22.50
22.58
10
25
22.35
22.26
22.34
10
25
12
22.11
22.01
22.05
10
25
24
21.81
21.73
21.81
10
50
21.53
21.49
21.56
QPSK
16-QAM
QPSK
16-QAM
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10.2 Tune-up Power
Mode
GSM850(AVG)
GSM1900(AVG)
GSM/PCS
33±1dBm
30±1dBm
GPRS (1 Slot)
33±1dBm
30±1dBm
GPRS (2 Slot)
32±1dBm
29±1dBm
GPRS (3 Slot)
31±1dBm
28±1dBm
GPRS (4 Slot)
30±1dBm
27±1dBm
Mode
WCDMA Band V(AVG)
WCDMA Band II(AVG)
AMR
22±1dBm
20±1dBm
RMC
22±1dBm
20±1dBm
HSDPA Subtest-1
22±1dBm
20±1dBm
HSDPA Subtest-2
22±1dBm
19±1dBm
HSDPA Subtest-3
21±1dBm
19±1dBm
HSDPA Subtest-4
21±1dBm
19±1dBm
HSUPA Subtest-1
22±1dBm
20±1dBm
HSUPA Subtest-2
21±1dBm
19±1dBm
HSUPA Subtest-3
21±1dBm
19±1dBm
HSUPA Subtest-4
21±1dBm
18±1dBm
HSUPA Subtest-5
19±1dBm
17±1dBm
Mode
WIFI(AVG)
IEEE 802.11b
15±1dBm
IEEE 802.11g
13±1dBm
IEEE 802.11n(HT 20)
11±1dBm
IEEE 802.11n(HT 40)
10±1dBm
Mode
BT(AVG)
GFSK
3±1dBm
π/4-DQPSK
0±1dBm
8DPSK
0±1dBm
Mode
BT 4.0(AVG)
GFSK
-5±1dBm
Page 39 of 101
LTE
BW
[MHz]
1.4
1.4
RB
Size
1.4
1.4
Report No.: STS1704241H01
Mode
Band II
Band IV
Band V
Band VII
Band XVII
QPSK
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
N/A
22±1dBm
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
N/A
N/A
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
N/A
16QAM
1.4
1.4
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
20±1dBm
N/A
N/A
22±1dBm
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
N/A
N/A
21±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
N/A
15
20±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
N/A
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
N/A
N/A
21±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
N/A
QPSK
16QAM
15
20±1dBm
21±1dBm
20±1dBm
N/A
N/A
23±1dBm
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
12
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
22±1dBm
25
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
20±1dBm
21±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
QPSK
16QAM
12
25
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
20±1dBm
20±1dBm
21±1dBm
10
23±1dBm
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
23±1dBm
10
25
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
21.2±1dBm
21±1dBm
22±1dBm
10
50
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
20±1dBm
21±1dBm
10
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
23±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
N/A
20±1dBm
22±1dBm
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
N/A
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
20±1dBm
N/A
22±1dBm
23±1dBm
N/A
22±1dBm
N/A
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
N/A
21±1dBm
N/A
10
25
10
15
15
50
36
15
75
15
QPSK
16QAM
QPSK
16QAM
15
36
15
75
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
21±1dBm
N/A
20
23±1dBm
23±1dBm
N/A
22±1dBm
N/A
20
50
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
N/A
21.3±1dBm
N/A
20
100
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
21±1dBm
N/A
20
23±1dBm
23±1dBm
N/A
22±1dBm
N/A
22±1dBm
22±1dBm
N/A
22±1dBm
N/A
21±1dBm
21±1dBm
N/A
21±1dBm
N/A
20
50
20
100
QPSK
16QAM
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10.3 SAR Test Exclusions Applied
Per FCC KDB 447498D01, the 1-g SAR 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.
Based on the maximum conducted power of Bluetooth Head (rounded to the nearest mW) and the
antenna to user separation distance,
Bluetooth Head SAR was not required; [(2.512/5)* √2.480 = 0.79 < 3.0.
Based on the maximum conducted power of Bluetooth Body (rounded to the nearest mW) and the
antenna to user separation distance,
Bluetooth Body SAR was not required; [(2.512/10)* √2.480] = 0.40 < 3.0.
Based on the maximum conducted power of 2.4 GHz WIFI Head (rounded to the nearest mW) and the
antenna to user separation distance,
2.4 GHz WIFI SAR was required; [(39.811/5)* √2.462] = 12.49 > 3.0.
Based on the maximum conducted power of 2.4 GHz WIFI Body (rounded to the nearest mW) and the
antenna to user separation distance,
2.4 GHz WIFI SAR was not required; [(39.811/10)* √2.462] = 6.25 < 3.0.
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11. EUT And Test Setup Photo
11.1 EUT Photo
Front side
Back side
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Top side
Bottom side
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Right side
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11.2 Setup Photo
Right Touch
Right Tilt
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Left Touch
Left Tilt
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Body Back side(separation distance is 10mm)
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Body left side(separation distance is 10mm)
Body top side(separation distance is 10mm)
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Body Bottom side(separation distance is 10mm)
Liquid depth (15 cm)
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12. SAR Result Summary
12.1 Head SAR
Band
Mode
GSM 850
GSM1900
WCDMA II
Test Position
Ch.
Result 1g
(W/Kg)
Power
Drift(%)
Max.Turn-up
Power(dBm)
Meas.Output
Power(dBm)
Scaled
SAR
(W/Kg)
Meas.
No.
Right Cheek
128
0.140
-1.02
34
33.21
0.168
Right Tilt
128
0.073
2.42
34
33.21
0.088
Left Cheek
128
0.129
-2.85
34
33.21
0.155
Left Tilt
128
0.069
2.00
34
33.21
0.083
Right Cheek
810
0.102
3.95
31
30.38
0.118
Right Tilt
810
0.055
3.48
31
30.38
0.063
Left Cheek
810
0.096
0.55
31
30.38
0.111
Left Tilt
810
0.049
3.60
31
30.38
0.057
Right Cheek
9400
0.191
3.96
21
20.46
0.216
Right Tilt
9400
0.101
-2.78
21
20.46
0.114
9400
0.184
-0.43
21
20.46
0.208
Left Tilt
9400
0.095
3.66
21
20.46
0.108
Right Cheek
4132
0.129
-3.45
23
22.71
0.138
Right Tilt
4132
0.068
2.37
23
22.71
0.073
Left Cheek
4132
0.114
3.59
23
22.71
0.122
Left Tilt
4132
0.058
1.94
23
22.71
0.062
Voice
Voice
RMC
Left
WCDMA V
Band
WIFI
Cheek
RMC
Mode
802.11b
Test
Position
Ch.
Right Cheek
Result
1g
(W/Kg)
0.243
Power
Drift(%)
Max.Turn-up
Power(dBm)
Meas.Output
Power(dBm)
Duty
cycle(%)
-3.22
16
15.19
100%
Scaled
SAR
(W/Kg)
0.293
Right Tilt
0.123
0.47
16
15.19
100%
0.148
Left Cheek
Left Tilt
0.227
0.75
16
15.19
100%
0.274
0.114
-3.04
16
15.19
100%
0.137
Meas.
No.
Note:
1.Per KDB 248227- 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. (The highest
reported SAR for DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS specified maximum output
power was 0.181 W/Kg for Head)
2. Per KDB865664 D01, Repeated measurement is not required when the original highest measured
SAR is <0.80 W/kg
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Band
LTE
Band 2
LTE
Band 4
LTE
Band 5
LTE
Band 7
LTE
Band
17
BW
(MHz)
20M
Mod.
QPSK
20M QPSK
10M QPSK
20M QPSK
10M QPSK
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Result
1g
(W/Kg)
Power
Drift(%)
Scaled
SAR
(W/Kg)
Meas.
No.
Right Cheek 19100
0.331
-0.49
24
23.33
0.386
11
Right Cheek 18900
0.315
3.64
23
22.63
0.343
19100
0.167
2.72
24
23.33
0.195
Right Tilt
18900
0.163
-3.16
23
22.63
0.177
Left Cheek
19100
0.319
-3.02
24
23.33
0.372
50
Left Cheek
18900
0.317
-2.66
23
22.63
0.345
Left Tilt
19100
0.159
-2.83
24
23.33
0.186
50
Left Tilt
18900
0.157
-2.00
23
22.63
0.171
Right Cheek 20300
0.643
-0.05
24
23.45
0.730
13
50
Right Cheek 20175
0.628
3.68
23
22.74
0.667
Right Tilt
20300
0.322
0.21
24
23.45
0.365
50
Right Tilt
20175
0.318
-3.97
23
22.74
0.338
Left Cheek
20300
0.621
0.29
24
23.45
0.705
50
Left Cheek
20175
0.617
-0.21
23
22.74
0.655
Left Tilt
20300
0.311
-2.46
24
23.45
0.353
50
Left Tilt
20175
0.308
0.46
23
22.74
0.327
Right Cheek 20450
0.223
-3.69
23
22.98
0.224
15
25
Right Cheek 20450
0.218
2.72
22.2
22.16
0.220
Right Tilt
20450
0.113
-0.88
23
22.98
0.114
25
Right Tilt
20450
0.110
-1.88
22.2
22.16
0.111
Left Cheek
20450
0.209
1.63
23
22.98
0.210
25
Left Cheek
20450
0.205
-1.41
22.2
22.16
0.207
Left Tilt
20450
0.101
-0.10
23
22.98
0.101
25
Left Tilt
20450
0.098
1.85
22.2
22.16
0.099
Right Cheek 20850
0.461
3.97
23
22.98
0.463
17
50
Right Cheek 21110
0.433
3.01
22.3
22.26
0.437
Right Tilt
20850
0.232
-1.67
23
22.98
0.233
50
Right Tilt
21110
0.227
-0.45
22.3
22.26
0.229
Left Cheek
20850
0.440
-3.54
23
22.98
0.442
50
Left Cheek
21110
0.436
1.50
22.3
22.26
0.440
Left Tilt
20850
0.220
-0.26
23
22.98
0.221
50
Left Tilt
21110
0.217
0.33
22.3
22.26
0.219
Right Cheek 23780
0.229
-3.69
24
23.38
0.264
19
25
Right Cheek 23780
0.225
-1.51
23
22.68
0.242
Right Tilt
23780
0.115
-0.93
24
23.38
0.133
25
Right Tilt
23780
0.112
3.97
23
22.68
0.121
Left Cheek
23780
0.218
2.53
24
23.38
0.251
25
Left Cheek
23780
0.213
-2.56
23
22.68
0.229
Left Tilt
23780
0.109
-3.34
24
23.38
0.126
25
Left Tilt
23780
0.104
3.29
23
22.68
0.112
RB
Size
RB
offset
Test
Position
50
Right Tilt
50
Ch.
Max.
Meas.
Turn-up
Output
Power(dBm) Power(dBm)
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12.2 Body-worn and Hotspot SAR
Band
Mode
GSM 850
GSM1900
GPRS
Data-4 Slot
GPRS
Data-4 Slot
WCDMA
II
WIFI
Meas.Output
Power(dBm)
Scaled
SAR
(W/Kg)
Meas.
No.
0.74
31
30.86
0.301
0.595
2.08
31
30.86
0.614
128
0.332
-2.97
31
30.86
0.343
Bottom side
128
0.221
1.92
31
30.86
0.228
Front side
810
0.372
-1.19
28
27.98
0.374
Back side
810
0.714
3.99
28
27.98
0.717
Left side
810
0.409
3.45
28
27.98
0.411
Bottom side
810
0.317
-3.81
28
27.98
0.318
Front side
9400
0.537
2.89
21
20.46
0.608
Back side
9262
0.821
-0.05
21
20.13
1.003
Back side
9400
0.982
0.88
21
20.46
1.112
Back side
9538
0.753
2.42
21
19.85
0.981
Left side
9400
0.541
1.64
21
20.46
0.613
Bottom side
9400
0.447
1.69
21
20.46
0.506
Front side
4132
0.089
2.60
23
22.71
0.095
Back side
4132
0.165
3.64
23
22.71
0.176
Left side
4132
0.076
-2.05
23
22.71
0.081
Bottom side
4132
0.053
-0.25
23
22.71
0.057
Ch.
Front side
128
0.291
Back side
128
Left side
RMC
WCDMA
Band
Max.Turn-up
Power(dBm)
Result 1g Power
(W/Kg) Drift(%)
Test Position
Mode
802.11b
RMC
Test
Position
Ch.
Result 1g
(W/Kg)
Power
Drift(%)
Max.Turn-up
Power(dBm)
Meas.Output
Power(dBm)
Duty
cycle(%)
Front side
0.084
2.42
16
15.19
100
Scaled
SAR
(W/Kg)
0.101
Back side
0.161
-3.56
16
15.19
100
0.194
10
0.066
1.27
16
15.19
100
0.080
0.052
-1.05
16
15.19
100
0.063
Left side
Top side
Meas.
No.
Note:
1. The test separation of all above table is 10mm.
2. Per KDB 248227- 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. (The highest reported SAR for
DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS specified maximum output power was 0.120 W/Kg for
Body)
3. When the user enables the personal Wireless router functions for the handsets, actual operations include
simultaneous transmission of both the Wi-Fi transmitting frequency and thus cannot be evaluated for
SAR under actual use conditions. The “Portable Hotspot” feature on the handset was NOT activated, to
ensure the SAR measurements were evaluated for a single transmission frequency RF signal.
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Band
LTE
Band 2
LTE
Band 4
LTE
Band 5
LTE
Band 7
BW
(MHz)
20M
20M
10M
20M
Mod.
QPSK
QPSK
QPSK
QPSK
RB
RB
Test Position
Size offset
Ch.
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Result
Power
1g (W/Kg) Drift(%)
Max.
Meas.
Scaled
Meas.
Turn-up
Output
SAR
No.
Power(dBm)Power(dBm) (W/Kg)
Front side
19100
0.186
-3.18
24
23.33
0.217
50
Front side
18900
0.173
2.91
23
22.63
0.188
Back Side
19100
0.360
2.46
24
23.33
0.420
12
50
Back Side
18900
0.351
-0.68
23
22.63
0.382
Left Side
19100
0.209
2.27
24
23.33
0.244
50
Left Side
18900
0.199
-1.45
23
22.63
0.217
Bottom Side
19100
0.137
2.94
24
23.33
0.160
50
Bottom Side
18900
0.125
-2.67
23
22.63
0.136
Front side
20300
0.339
-3.04
24
23.45
0.385
50
Front side
20175
0.330
1.09
23
22.74
0.350
Back Side
20300
0.667
1.59
24
23.45
0.757
14
50
Back Side
20175
0.658
3.85
23
22.74
0.699
Left Side
20300
0.216
-1.09
24
23.45
0.245
50
Left Side
20175
0.209
-3.29
23
22.74
0.222
Bottom Side
20300
0.184
-0.62
24
23.45
0.209
50
Bottom Side
20175
0.178
1.39
23
22.74
0.189
Front side
20450
0.208
-0.08
23
22.98
0.209
25
Front side
20450
0.201
-2.84
22.2
22.16
0.203
Back Side
20450
0.411
-3.42
23
22.98
0.413
16
25
Back Side
20450
0.397
3.99
22.2
22.16
0.401
Left Side
20450
0.228
-3.07
23
22.98
0.229
25
Left Side
20450
0.215
-2.71
22.2
22.16
0.217
Bottom Side
20450
0.196
-2.71
23
22.98
0.197
25
Bottom Side
20450
0.186
3.89
22.2
22.16
0.188
Front side
20850
0.259
-1.23
23
22.98
0.260
50
Front side
21110
0.253
-2.98
22.3
22.26
0.255
Back Side
20850
0.514
-2.79
23
22.98
0.516
18
50
Back Side
21110
0.507
2.08
22.3
22.26
0.512
Left Side
20850
0.307
0.91
23
22.98
0.308
50
Left Side
21110
0.298
2.87
22.3
22.26
0.301
Bottom Side
20850
0.203
-0.69
23
22.98
0.204
50
Bottom Side
21110
0.194
-1.01
22.3
22.26
0.196
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10M
Band 17
QPSK
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Front side
23780
0.227
0.14
24
23.38
0.262
25
Front side
23780
0.221
3.50
23
22.68
0.238
Back Side
23780
0.452
-2.21
24
23.38
0.521
20
25
Back Side
23780
0.443
0.04
23
22.68
0.477
Left Side
23780
0.192
-0.83
24
23.38
0.221
25
Left Side
23780
0.178
0.14
23
22.68
0.192
Bottom Side
23780
0.098
1.24
24
23.38
0.113
25
Bottom Side
23780
0.094
-2.71
23
22.68
0.101
Repeated SAR
Band
Mode
Test Position
Ch.
Result
1g
(W/Kg)
Power
Drift(%)
Max.Turn-up
Power(dBm)
WCDMA
II
RMC
Back Side
9400
0.973
-3.66
21
Scaled
SAR
(W/Kg)
Meas.
No.
20.46
1.102
2nd
Repeated
SAR 1g
Ratio
Meas.Output
Power(dBm)
12.3 repeated SAR measurement
Band
Mode
Test Position
Ch.
Original
Measured
SAR
1g(mW/g)
WCDMA
II
RMC
Back Side
9400
0.982
1 st
Repeated
SAR 1g
Ratio
Original
Measured
SAR
1g(mW/g)
0.973
1.01
Note:
1. Per KDB 865664 D01,for each frequency band ,repeated SAR measurement is required only when
the measured SAR is≥0.8W/Kg.
2. Per KDB 865664 D01,if the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original and first repeated
measurement is≤1.2and the measured SAR<1.45W/Kg, only one repeated measurement is
required.
3. Perform a second repeated measurement only if the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original
and first repeated measurements is>1.20 or when the original or repeated measurement is ≥
1.45W/Kg
4. The ratio is the difference in percentage between original and repeated measured SAR.
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Simultaneous Multi-band Transmission Evaluation:
Application Simultaneous Transmission information:
Position
Simultaneous state
1. GSM + WIFI
2. GSM + Bluetooth
3. WCDMA + WIFI
Head
4. WCDMA + Bluetooth
5. LTE + WIFI
6. LTE + Bluetooth
1. GSM + WIFI
2. GSM + Bluetooth
3. WCDMA + WIFI
Body
4. WCDMA + Bluetooth
5. LTE + WIFI
6. LTE + Bluetooth
NOTE:
1. Bluetooth and WIFI can’t simultaneous transmission at the same time.
2. For simultaneous transmission at head and body exposure position, 2 transmitters simultaneous
transmission was the worst state.
3. Based upon KDB 447498 D01, BT SAR is excluded as below table.
4. If the test separation distance is <5mm, 5mm is used for excluded SAR calculation.
5. For minimum test separation distance≦50mm,Bluetooth standalone SAR is excluded according to
[(max. power of channel, including tune-up tolerance, mW)/ (min. test separation distance, mm) ·[√f
(GHz) /x] ≦3.0 for 1-g SAR and ≦7.5 for 10-g extremity SAR
6. The reported SAR summation is calculated based on the same configuration and test position.
7. KDB 447498 / 4.3.2 (2) when standalone SAR test exclusion applies to an antenna that transmits
simultaneously with other antennas, the standalone SAR must be estimated according to following
to determine simultaneous transmission SAR test exclusion:
a) (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, and x = 18.75 for 10-g SAR.
b) 0.4W/Kg for 1-g SAR and 1.0W/Kg for 10-g SAR, when the separation distance is >50mm.
Estimated SAR
Maximum Power
dBm
mW
2.512
Head
BT
Body
Antenna
to user(mm)
Frequency(GHz)
Stand alone
SAR(1g) [W/kg]
2.480
0.105
10
2.480
0.053
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Simultaneous Mode
Position
Mode
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Max. 1-g SAR
1-g Sum SAR
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
GSM Voice
0.168
WIFI
0.293
GSM Data
0.717
WIFI
0.194
GSM Voice
0.168
Head
0.461
GSM + WIFI
Body
0.911
Head
0.273
Bluetooth
0.105
GSM Data
0.717
Bluetooth
0.053
WCDMA RMC
0.216
WIFI
0.293
WCDMA RMC
1.112
WIFI
0.194
WCDMA RMC
0.216
Bluetooth
0.105
WCDMA RMC
1.112
GSM + Bluetooth
Body
Head
0.770
0.509
WCDMA + WIFI
Body
1.306
Head
0.321
WCDMA + Bluetooth
Body
Bluetooth
0.053
LTE RMC
0.730
WIFI
0.293
LTE RMC
0.757
WIFI
0.194
LTE RMC
0.730
Head
1.165
1.023
LTE + WIFI
Body
0.951
Head
0.835
Bluetooth
0.105
LTE RMC
0.757
LTE + Bluetooth
Body
0.810
0.053
Simultaneous transmission SAR test exclusion is determined for each operating configuration and
exposure condition according to the reported standalone SAR of each applicable simultaneous
transmitting antenna.
When the sum of SAR 1g of all simultaneously transmitting antennas in an operating mode and
exposure condition combination is within the SAR limit (SAR-1g 1.6 W/kg), the simultaneous transmission
SAR is not required. When the sum of SAR 1g is greater than the SAR limit (SAR-1g 1.6 W/kg), SAR test
exclusion is determined by the SPLSR.
Bluetooth
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13. Equipment List
Kind of Equipment
Manufacturer
Type No.
750MHz Dipole
SATIMO
SID750
835MHz Dipole
SATIMO
SID835
1800MHz Dipole
SATIMO
SID1800
1900MHz Dipole
SATIMO
SID1900
2450MHzDipole
SATIMO
SID2450
2600MHz Dipole
SATIMO
SID2600
Antenna
SATIMO
ANTA3
Waveguide
SATIMO
SWG5500
E-Field Probe
MVG
SSE5
Phantom1
SATIMO
SAM
Phantom2
SATIMO
SAM
MOBILE
PHONE
POSITIONNIN
G SYSTEM
LAPTOP
POSITIONNIN
G SYSTEM
Serial No.
Last Calibration
Calibrated Until
2014.09.01
2017.08.31
2014.09.01
2017.08.31
2014.09.01
2017.08.31
2014.09.01
2017.08.31
2014.09.01
2017.08.31
2014.09.01
2017.08.31
2014.09.01
2017.08.31
2014.09.01
2017.08.31
2016.12.05
2017.12.04
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
SN 32/14
MSH97
N/A
N/A
SN 32/14
LSH29
N/A
N/A
SN 30/14
DIP0G750-331
SN 30/14
DIP0G835-332
SN 30/14
DIP1G800-329
SN 30/14
DIP1G900-333
SN 30/14
DIP2G450-335
SN 30/14
DIP2G600-336
SN 07/13
ZNTA52
SN 13/14
WGA32
SN 14/16
EP309
SN 32/14
SAM115
SN 32/14
SAM116
SAR TEST BENCH
SATIMO
SAR TEST BENCH
SATIMO
Dielectric Probe Kit
SATIMO
SCLMP
SN 32/14
OCPG52
2016.08.30
2017.08.29
Multi Meter
Keithley
Multi Meter
2000
4050073
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Signal Generator
Agilent
N5182A
MY50140530
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Power Meter
R&S
NRP
100510
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Power Meter
HP
EPM-442A
GB37170267
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Power Sensor
R&S
NRP-Z11
101919
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Power Sensor
HP
8481A
2702A65976
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Power Sensor
R&S
NRP-Z21
103971
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Network Analyzer
Agilent
8753ES
US38432810
2017.03.16
2018.03.15
Attenuator 1
PE
PE7005-10
N/A
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Attenuator 2
PE
PE7005-3
N/A
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Attenuator 3
Woken
WK0602-XX
N/A
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Dual Directional
Coupler
Agilent
778D
50422
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
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Appendix A. System Validation Plots
System Performance Check Data (750MHz Head)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-10
Measurement duration: 13 minutes 25 seconds
Experimental conditions
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Band
750MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
750MHz
Relative permittivity
40.33
Conductivity (S/m)
0.91
Power drift (%)
-0.20
Probe
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ConvF:
5.11
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=2.00, Y=1.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
0.541571
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.852433
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System Performance Check Data (750MHz Body)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-10
Measurement duration: 14 minutes 12 seconds
Experimental conditions.
Probe
Phantom
Device Position
Band
Channels
Signal
Frequency (MHz)
Relative permittivity
Conductivity (S/m)
Power drift (%)
Probe
ConvF:
Crest factor:
SURFACE SAR
Validation plane
750MHz
CW
750MHz
56.31
0.97
1.44
SN 14/16 EP309
5.28
1:1
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=1.00, Y=-1.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
0.551548
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.876092
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System Performance Check Data (835MHz Head)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-09
Measurement duration: 13 minutes 27 seconds
Experimental conditions
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Band
835MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
835MHz
Relative permittivity
42.14
Conductivity (S/m)
0.94
Power drift (%)
0.07
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF:
5.74
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=-7.00, Y=-1.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
0.612647
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.961058
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System Performance Check Data (835MHz Body)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-09
Measurement duration: 14 minutes 13 seconds
Experimental conditions.
Probe
Phantom
Device Position
Band
Channels
Signal
Frequency (MHz)
Validation plane
835MHz
CW
835MHz
Relative permittivity
Conductivity (S/m)
54.69
0.94
Power drift (%)
Probe
ConvF:
-0.37
SN 14/16 EP309
5.90
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=-7.00, Y=-1.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
0.632678
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.957933
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System Performance Check Data(1800MHz Head)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-08
Experimental conditions.
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Band
1800MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
1800MHz
Relative permittivity
39.61
Conductivity (S/m)
1.37
Power drift (%)
0.23
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
4.69
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=5.00, Y=1.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
1.982674
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
3.912527
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System Performance Check Data(1800MHz Body)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-08
Experimental conditions.
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Band
1800MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
1800MHz
Relative permittivity
52.87
Conductivity (S/m)
1.51
Power drift (%)
-0.28
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
4.78
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=-3.00, Y=-2.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
2.074576
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
3.863547
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System Performance Check Data (1900MHz Head)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-06
Measurement duration: 14 minutes 12 seconds
Experimental conditions.
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Band
1900MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
1900MHz
Relative permittivity
38.79
Conductivity (S/m)
1.43
Power drift (%)
0.46
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF:
5.46
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=3.00, Y=-2.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
2.106154
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
4.015468
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System Performance Check Data (1900MHz Body)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-06
Measurement duration: 14 minutes 46 seconds
Experimental conditions.
Device Position
Band
1900MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
1900
Relative permittivity
53.14
Conductivity (S/m)
1.53
Power drift (%)
-0.31
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF:
5.67
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=-3.00, Y=-2.00
SAR Peak: 5.27 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
2.176792
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
4.076907
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System Performance Check Data (2450MHz Head)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-05
Measurement duration: 13 minutes 51seconds
Experimental conditions.
Device Position
Validation plane
Band
2450 MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
2450
Relative permittivity
39.55
Conductivity (S/m)
1.78
Power drift (%)
-0.38
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.09
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=1.00, Y=0.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
2.374581
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
5.286344
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System Performance Check Data (2450MHz Body)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-05
Measurement duration: 14 minutes 23 seconds
Experimental conditions.
Device Position
Validation plane
Band
2450 MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
2450
Relative permittivity
52.82
Conductivity (S/m)
1.94
Power drift (%)
-0.30
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.24
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=1.00, Y=0.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
2.410732
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
5.236658
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System Performance Check Data(2600MHz Head)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-04
Experimental conditions.
Device Position
Validation plane
Band
2600 MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
2600
Relative permittivity
40.07
Conductivity (S/m)
1.99
Power drift (%)
0.63
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
4.96
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=1.00, Y=0.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
2.431577
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
5.544736
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System Performance Check Data(2600MHz Body)
Type: Phone measurement (Complete)
Area scan resolution: dx=8mm,dy=8mm
Zoom scan resolution: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Date of measurement: 2017-05-04
Experimental conditions.
Device Position
Validation plane
Band
2600 MHz
Channels
Signal
CW
Frequency (MHz)
2600
Relative permittivity
53.23
Conductivity (S/m)
2.17
Power drift (%)
-0.30
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.07
Crest factor:
1:1
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
Maximum location: X=3.00, Y=1.00
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
2.526614
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
5.478269
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Appendix B. SAR Test Plots
Plot 1: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
Probe
ConvF
Area Scan
2017-05-09
SN 14/16 EP309
5.74
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
GSM850
Channels
Low
Signal
TDMA (Crest factor: 8.32)
Frequency (MHz)
824.2
Relative permittivity (real part)
41.5
Conductivity (S/m)
0.90
Variation (%)
-1.02
Maximum location: X=-56.00, Y=-56.00
SAR Peak: 0.29 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.091006
0.140085
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
3D screen shot
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Plot 2: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-09
Probe
ConvF
SN 14/16 EP309
5.90
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Body back
Band
GPRS 850
Channels
Low
Signal
Duty Cycle: 2.00 (Crest factor: 2.0)
Frequency (MHz)
824.2
Relative permittivity (real part)
55.20
Conductivity (S/m)
0.97
Variation (%)
2.08
Maximum location: X=1.00, Y=7.00
SAR Peak: 1.56 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.417344
0.595045
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
3D screen shot
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Plot 3: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-06
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.46
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
GSM1900
Channels
High
Signal
TDMA (Crest factor: 4.0)
Frequency (MHz)
1909.8
Relative permittivity (real part)
40.00
Conductivity (S/m)
1.40
Variation (%)
3.95
Maximum location: X=-49.00, Y=-63.00
SAR Peak: 0.21 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.051505
0.101791
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
3D screen shot
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 4: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-06
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.67
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Validation plane
Device Position
Body Bottom side
Band
GPRS 1900
Channels
High
Signal
Duty Cycle: 1:2.00 (Crest factor: 2.0)
Frequency (MHz)
1909.8
Relative permittivity (real part)
53.30
Conductivity (S/m)
1.52
Variation (%)
3.99
ZoomScan
Maximum location: X=13.00, Y=0.00
SAR Peak: 1.16 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.370085
0.714109
SURFACE SAR
VOLUME SAR
3D screen shot
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 5: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-06
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.46
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
WCDMA II
Channels
Middle
Signal
WCDMA (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
1880.0
Relative permittivity (real part)
40.00
Conductivity (S/m)
1.40
Variation (%)
3.96
ZoomScan
Maximum location: X=-53.00, Y=-60.00
SAR Peak: 0.41 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.108967
0.191491
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 6: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
Probe
ConvF
2017-05-06
SN 14/16 EP309
5.67
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Body bottom side
Band
WCDMA II
Channels
Middle
Signal
WCDMA (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
1880.0
Relative permittivity (real part)
53.21
Conductivity (S/m)
1.50
Variation (%)
0.88
Maximum location: X=-16.00, Y=-16.00
SAR Peak: 1.85 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.536245
0.982200
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 7: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-09
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.74
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
WCDMA V
Channels
Low
Signal
WCDMA (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
826.4
Relative permittivity (real part)
42.27
Conductivity (S/m)
0.91
Variation (%)
-3.45
ZoomScan
Maximum location: X=-41.00, Y=-48.00
SAR Peak: 0.22 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.088097
0.128683
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 8: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-09
Probe
ConvF
SN 14/16 EP309
5.90
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Body back
Band
WCDMA V
Channels
Low
Signal
WCDMA (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
826.4
Relative permittivity (real part)
55.5
Conductivity (S/m)
0.96
Variation (%)
3.64
Maximum location: X=7.00, Y=17.00
SAR Peak: 0.44 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.104693
0.165280
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 9: DUT:Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-05
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
Area Scan
ZoomScan
5.09
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
Channels
Signal
Frequency (MHz)
Relative permittivity (real part)
Conductivity (S/m)
Variation (%)
IEEE 802.11b ISM
Low
IEEE802.b (Crest factor: 1.0)
2412
39.23
1.79
-3.22
Maximum location: X=-17.00, Y=30.00
SAR Peak: 0.49 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
0.102318
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
0.242713
SURFACE SAR
3D
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 10: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-05
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.24
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Validation plane
Body back
IEEE 802.11b ISM
Low
IEEE802.b (Crest factor: 1.0)
2412
52.40
1.94
-3.56
ZoomScan
Phantom
Device Position
Band
Channels
Signal
Frequency (MHz)
Relative permittivity (real part)
Conductivity (S/m)
Variation (%)
Maximum location: X=-24.00, Y=5.00
SAR Peak: 0.32 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D
0.071139
0.160761
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 11: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-06
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.46
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
LTE Band 2 (RB 1)
Channels
High
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
1900
Relative permittivity (real part)
40.0
Conductivity (S/m)
0.91
Variation (%)
-0.49
Maximum location: X=-49.00, Y=-55.00
SAR Peak: 0.67 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.207576
0.330788
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 12: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-06
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.67
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Body back
Band
LTE Band 2(RB 1)
Channels
High
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
1880
Relative permittivity (real part)
53.30
Conductivity (S/m)
1.52
Variation (%)
2.46
Maximum location: X=24.00, Y=-16.00
SAR Peak: 0.53 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.224681
0.359674
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 13: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-08
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
4.69
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
LTE Band 4 (RB 1)
Channels
High
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
1745
Relative permittivity (real part)
40.2
Conductivity (S/m)
1.31
Variation (%)
-0.05
Maximum location: X=-48.00, Y=-61.00
SAR Peak: 1.01 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.400984
0.642692
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 14: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-08
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
4.78
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Body back
Band
LTE Band 4 (RB 1)
Channels
High
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
1745
Relative permittivity (real part)
52.6
Conductivity (S/m)
1.38
Variation (%)
1.59
Maximum location: X=25.00, Y=1.00
SAR Peak: 1.09 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.373243
0.667056
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 15: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-09
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.74
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
LTE Band 5 (RB 1)
Channels
Low
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
829.0
Relative permittivity (real part)
40.2
Conductivity (S/m)
1.31
Variation (%)
-3.69
Maximum location: X=-51.00, Y=-28.00
SAR Peak: 0.27 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.169847
0.223018
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 16: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-09
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.90
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Body back
Band
LTE Band 5 (RB 1)
Channels
Low
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
829.0
Relative permittivity (real part)
52.6
Conductivity (S/m)
1.38
Variation (%)
-3.42
Maximum location: X=-8.00, Y=-50.00
SAR Peak: 1.19W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.301219
0.411004
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 17: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-04
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
4.96
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
LTE Band 7 (RB 1)
Channels
Low
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
2510
Relative permittivity (real part)
38.5
Conductivity (S/m)
1.92
Variation (%)
3.97
Maximum location: X=-53.00, Y=-62.00
SAR Peak: 0.79 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.245530
0.460838
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 18: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-04
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.07
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Body back
Band
LTE Band 7 (RB 1)
Channels
Low
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
2510
Relative permittivity (real part)
52.3
Conductivity (S/m)
2.12
Variation (%)
-2.79
Maximum location: X=1.00, Y=23.00
SAR Peak: 0.87 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.246390
0.514406
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 19: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-10
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.11
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Right head
Device Position
Cheek
Band
LTE Band 17 (RB 1)
Channels
Low
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
709
Relative permittivity (real part)
41.2
Conductivity (S/m)
0.91
Variation (%)
-3.69
Maximum location: X=-54.00, Y=-39.00
SAR Peak: 0.38 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.182812
0.229397
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Plot 20: DUT: Smart phone; EUT Model: HERO LITE
Test Date
2017-05-10
Probe
SN 14/16 EP309
ConvF
5.28
Area Scan
dx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
ZoomScan
5x5x7,dx=8mm dy=8mm dz=5mm,
Complete/ndx=8mm dy=8mm, h= 5.00 mm
Phantom
Validation plane
Device Position
Body back
Band
LTE Band 17 (RB 1)
Channels
Low
Signal
LTE (Crest factor: 1.0)
Frequency (MHz)
709
Relative permittivity (real part)
55.26
Conductivity (S/m)
0.91
Variation (%)
-2.21
Maximum location: X=-5.00, Y=-49.00
SAR Peak: 1.17 W/kg
SAR 10g (W/Kg)
SAR 1g (W/Kg)
SURFACE SAR
3D screen shot
0.351306
0.452072
VOLUME SAR
Z Axis Scan
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Appendix C. Probe Calibration And Dipole Calibration Report
Refer the appendix Calibration Report.
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