STKHEROLITE Smart phone Test Report Measurement Report Santok Limited

Santok Limited Smart phone

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RADIO TEST REPORT
Report No: STS1704241F01
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
Test Standard:
FCC Part 22H and 24E
Any reproduction of this document must be done in full. No single part of this document may be reproduced
without permission from BZT, All Test Data Presented in this report is only applicable to presented Test sample.
BZT Testing Technology Co., Ltd
Add. : Buliding 17, Xinghua Road Xingwei industrial Park Fuyong,
Baoan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
TEL: +86-755 3307 1680 FAX: +86-755 27341758 E-mail:bruce@bzt.Cn
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TEST RESULT CERTIFICATION
Applicant’s name ................. : Santok Limited
Santok House, Unit L, Braintree Industrial Estate, Braintree Road,
Address ................................. : 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 name ........................ : Smart phone
Brand name ........................... : STK
Model and/or type reference .. : HERO LITE
Standards ............................. : FCC Part 22H and 24E
Test procedure ........................... ANSI/TIA
603-D (2010)
This device described above has been tested by BZT and the test results show that the equipment
under test (EUT) is in compliance with the FCC requirements. And it is applicable only to the tested
sample identified in the report.
This report shall not be reproduced except in full, without the written approval of BZT, this document
may be altered or revised by BZT, personal only, and shall be noted in the revision of the document
Date of Test ........................................... :
Date of performance of tests ..................
28 Apr.
: 2017~09 May. 2017
Date of Issue ..........................................
15 May.
: 2017
Test Result ..............................................
Pass :
Testing Engineer
(Leo li )
Technical Manager
( Tony liu )
Authorized Signatory :
( Vita Li )
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION
Page
1.1 TEST FACTORY
1.2 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
2 PRODUCT INFORMATION
3 TEST CONFIGURATION OF EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST
4 MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS
5 TEST ITEMS
10
5.1 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER
10
5.2 PEAK TO AVERAGE RATIO
11
5.3 TRANSMITTER RADIATED POWER (EIRP/ERP)
12
5.4 OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH
13
5.5 FREQUENCY STABILITY
14
5.6 SPURIOUS EMISSIONS AT ANTENNA TERMINALS
15
5.7 BAND EDGE
16
5.8 FIELD STRENGTH OF SPURIOUS RADIATION MEASUREMENT
17
APPENDIX ATESTRESULT
19
A1CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER
19
A2 PEAK-TO-AVERAGE RADIO
22
A3 TRANSMITTER RADIATED POWER (EIRP/ERP)
23
A4 OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH(99% OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH/26DB BANDWIDTH) 26
A5 FREQUENCY STABILITY
34
A6 SPURIOUS EMISSIONS AT ANTENNA TERMINALS
37
A7 BAND EDGE
43
A8 FIELD STRENGTH OF SPURIOUS RADIATION MEASUREMENT
49
APPENDIX BPHOTOS OF TEST SETUP
55
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Revision History
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SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
Test procedures according to the technical standards:
The radiated emission testing was performed according to the procedures of ANSI/TIA-603-D:
2010,KDB 971168 D01 v02r02 and KDB 648474 D03 v01r04
FCC Rules
Test Description
Test Limit
Test Result
2.1049
Conducted OutputPower
Reporting Only
PASS
Peak-to-AverageRatio
< 13 dB
PASS
2.0146
24.232
2.1046
Effective Radiated Pow-
22.913
er/Equivalent Isotropic
24.232
Radiated Power
< 7 Watts max. ERP(Part 22)
< 2 Watts max. EIRP(Part 24)
PASS
2.1049
22.917
Occupied Bandwidth
Reporting Only
PASS
24.238
2.1055
22.355
< 2.5 ppm (Part 22)
Frequency Stability
24.235
2.1051
22.917
24.238
2.1053
22.917
24.238
Emission must remain in band
PASS
(Part 24)
Spurious Emission at
Antenna Terminals
Field Strength of Spurious
Radiation
< 43+10log10(P[Watts])
PASS
< 43+10log10(P[Watts])
PASS
< 43+10log10(P[Watts])
PASS
2.1051
22.917
24.238
Band Edge
Reference
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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 TEST FACTORY
BZT Testing Technology Co., Ltd.
Add. : Buliding 17, Xinghua Road Xingwei industrial Park Fuyong,
Baoan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
FCC Registration No.: 701733
1.2 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
The measurement uncertainties shown below were calculated in accordance with the requirements
ofANSI C63.4-2014. All measurement uncertainty values are shown with a coverage factor of k = 2
toindicate a 95% level of confidence. The measurement data shown herein meets or exceeds the
UCISPRmeasurement uncertainty values specified in CISPR 16-4-2 and, thus, can be compared
directly tospecified limits to determine compliance.。
No.
Item
Uncertainty
RF power,conducted
±0.70dB
Spurious emissions,conducted
±1.19dB
All emissions,radiated(<1G) 30MHz-200MHz
±2.83dB
All emissions,radiated(<1G) 200MHz-1000MHz
±2.94dB
All emissions,radiated(>1G)
±3.03dB
Temperature
±0.5°C
Humidity
±2%
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2 PRODUCT INFORMATION
Product Designation:
Smart phone
Hardware version number:
N371B-024
Software version number:
STK_Hero_Lite_DS_V0.0.1_20170419
FCC ID:
2AE7RSTKHEROLITE
GSM/GPRS:
850: 824.2 MHz ~ 848.8 MHz
Tx Frequency:
1900: 1850.2 MHz ~ 1909.8MHz
WCDMA:
Band V: 826.4 MHz ~ 846.6 MHz
Band II: 1852.4 MHz ~ 1907.6 MHz
GSM/GPRS:
850: 869.2 MHz ~ 893.8 MHz
Rx Frequency:
1900: 1930.2 MHz ~ 1989.8 MHz
WCDMA:
Band V: 871.4 MHz ~ 891.6 MHz
Max RF Output Power:
Band II: 1932.4 MHz ~ 1987.6 MHz
GSM850:33.21dBm,PCS1900:30.38dBm
GPRS850(1-Slot):33.19dBm, GPRS1900(1-Slot):30.36Bm
GPRS850(2-Slot):32.79dBm,GPRS1900(2-Slot):29.93dBm
GPRS850(3-Slot):31.33dBm,GPRS1900(3-Slot):28.44dBm
GPRS850(4-Slot):30.86dBm,GPRS1900(4-Slot):27.98dBm
WCDMABand V:22.71dBm,WCDMA Band II:20.46dBm
Type of Emission:
GSM(850): 319KGXW; GSM(1900): 324KGXW
GPRS(850): 321KG7W; GPRS(1900): 320KG7W
WCDMA850: 4M84F9W
WCDMA1900: 4M91F9W
SIM Card:
SIM 1 and SIM 2 is a chipset unit and tested as single
chipset,SIM 1 is used to tested
Antenna:
PIFA Antenna
Antenna gain:
GSM 850:-0.8dBi ,PCS 1900: 0.20dBi
WCDMA 850:-0.8dBi, WCDMA1900: 0.20dBi
Power Supply:
DC 3.8V by battery
Battery parameter:
Capacity: 2400mAh, Rated Voltage: 3.8V
GPRS/EDGE Class:
Multi-Class12
Extreme Vol. Limits:
DC3.5 V to 4.35V (Nominal DC3.8V )
Extreme Temp. Tolerance:
-30℃ to +50℃
** Note: The High Voltage 4.35V and Low Voltage 3.5 V was declared by manufacturer, The
EUT couldn’t be operate normally with higher or lower voltage.
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3 TEST CONFIGURATION OF EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST
Antenna port conducted and radiated test items were performed according to KDB 971168 D01 Power
Meas. License Digital Systems with maximum output power.
Radiated measurements were performed with rotating EUT in different three orthogonal test planes to
find the maximum emission.
Radiated emissions were investigated as following frequency range:
1. 30 MHz to 10th harmonic for GSM850 and WCDMA Band V.
2. 30 MHz to 10th harmonic for GSM1900 and WCDMA Band II.
All modes and data rates and positions were investigated.
Test modes are chosen to be reported as the worst case configuration below:
TEST MODES
BAND
RADIATED TCS
CONDUCTED TCS
GSM LINK
GSM LINK
GPRS CLASS 12 LINK
GPRS CLASS 12 LINK
GSM LINK
GSM LINK
GPRS CLASS 12 LINK
GPRS CLASS 12 LINK
WCDMA BAND V
RMC 12.2KBPS LINK
RMC 12.2KBPS LINK
WCDMA BAND II
RMC 12.2KBPS LINK
RMC 12.2KBPS LINK
GSM 850
GSM 1900
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4 MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS
Last CalibraCalibrated Until
tion
Kind of Equipment
Manufacturer
Type No.
Serial No.
Spectrum Analyzer
Agilent
E4407B
MY50140340
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Signal Analyzer
Agilent
N9020A
MY49100060
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Test Receiver
R&S
ESCI
101427
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Communication Tester
Agilent
8960
MY48360751
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Communication Tester
R&S
CMU200
112012
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Test Receiver
R&S
ESCI
102086
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Bilog Antenna
TESEQ
CBL6111D
34678
2014.11.24
2017.11.23
TESEQ
CBL6111D
34678
2014.11.24
2017.11.23
Horn Antenna
Schwarzbeck
BBHA 9120D
9120D-1343
2015.03.05
2018.03.04
Horn Antenna
(Calibration antenna)
Schwarzbeck
BBHA 9120D
9120D-1343
2015.03.05
2018.03.04
MXA SIGNAL Analyzer
Agilent
N9020A
MY49100060
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Double Ridge Horn Antenna
COM-POWER
CORPORATION
AH-840
AHA-840
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Low frequency cable
N/A
R01
N/A
NCR
NCR
High frequency cable
SCHWARZBECK
AK9515H
SN-96286/96287
NCR
NCR
Vector signal generator
Agilent
E8257D-521
MY45141029
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Power amplifier
DESAY
ZHL-42W
9638
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Band Reject filter(1920-1980MHz)
COM-MW
ZBSF-1920-1980
0092
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Band Reject filter(880-915MHz)
COM-MW
ZBSF-C897.5-35
707
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Band Reject filter(1710-1785MHz)
COM-MW
ZBSF-C1747.5-75
708
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Band Reject filter(1850-1910MHz)
COM-MW
ZBSF-C1880-60
709
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Band Reject filter(2500-2570MHz)
COM-MW
ZBSF-C2535-70
710
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Highpass Filter
WHKX7.0/18G-8SS
Wainwright
18
2016.10.23
2017.10.22
Bilog Antenna
(Calibration antenna)
Equipment with a calibration date of “NCR” shown in this list was not used to make direct calibrated
measurements.
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5 TEST ITEMS
5.1 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER
Test overview
A system simulator was used to establish communication with the EUT. Its parameters were set to
enforce EUT transmitting at the maximum power. The measured power in the radio frequency on the
transmitter output terminals shall be reported.
Test procedures
1. The transmitter output port was connected to the system simulator.
2. Set eut at maximum power through the system simulator.
3. Select lowest, middle, and highest channels for each band and different modulation.
4. Measure and record the power level from the system simulator.
Test setup
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5.2 PEAK TO AVERAGE RATIO
TEST OVERVIEW
According to §24.232(d), power measurements for transmissions by stations authorized under this
section may be made either in accordance with a commission-approved average power technique
or in compliance with paragraph (e) of this section. In both instances, equipment employed must be
authorized in accordance with the provisions of §24.51. In measuring transmissions in this band
using an average power technique, the peak-to-average ratio (PAR) of the transmission may not
exceed 13 db.
TEST PROCEDURES
1. The testing follows fcckdb 971168 v02r02 section
2. The eut was connected to the and peak and av system simulator& spectrum analysis reads
3. Select lowest, middle, and highest channels for each band and different modulation.
4. Set the test probe and measure average power of the spectrum analysis
TEST SETUP
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5.3 TRANSMITTER RADIATED POWER (EIRP/ERP)
TEST OVERVIEW
Effective Radiated Power (ERP) and Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) measurements are
performed using the substitution method described in ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010 with the EUT transmitting
into an integral antenna. Measurements on signals operating below 1GHz are performed using vertically
polarized tuned dipole antennas. Measurements on signals operating above 1GHz are performed using
vertically polarized broadband horn antennas. All measurements are performed as RMS average measurements while the EUT is operating at maximum power, and at the appropriate frequencies.
TEST PROCEDURE
1. The testing follows FCC KDB 971168 D01 Section 5.2.1. (for CDMA/WCDMA),
Section 5.2.2 (for GSM/GPRS) and ANSI / TIA-603-D-2010 Section 2.2.17.
2. The transmitter was placed on a wooden turntable, and it was transmitting into a non-radiating load
which was also placed on the turntable.
3. The measurement antenna was placed at a distance of 3 meters from the EUT. During the tests, the
antenna height and polarization as well as EUT azimuth were varied in order to identify
the maximum level of emissions from the EUT. The test was performed by placing the EUT on
3-orthogonal axis.
4. The frequency range up to tenth harmonic of the fundamental frequency was investigated.
5. Remove the EUT and replace it with substitution antenna. A signal generator was connected to the
substitution antenna by a nonradiating cable. The absolute levels of the spurious emissions
were measured by the substitution.
6. Effective Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) was measured by substitution method according
to TIA/EIA-603-D. The EUT was replaced by the substitution antenna at same location, and
then a known power from S.G. was applied into the dipole antenna through a Tx cable, and
then recorded the maximum Analyzer reading through raised and lowered the test antenna.
The correction factor (in dB) = S.G. - Tx Cable loss + Substitution antenna gain - Analyzer
reading. Then the EUT's EIRP/ERP was calculated with the correction factor,
ERP/EIRP = P.SG + GT – LC
ERP/EIRP = effective or equivalent radiated power, respectively (expressed in the same units as PMe
as, typically dBW or dBm);
PMeas(PK) = measured transmitter output power or PSD, in dBm or dBW;
GT = gain of the transmitting antenna, in dBd (ERP) or dBi (EIRP);
LC = signal attenuation in the connecting cable between the transmitter and antenna, in dB.
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5.4 OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH
TEST OVERVIEW
The occupied bandwidth, that is the frequency bandwidth such that, below its lower and above its upper
frequency limits, the mean powers radiated are each equal to 0.5 percent of the total mean power radiated by a given emission shall be measured.
The 26 dB emission bandwidth is defined as the frequency range between two points, one above and
one below the carrier frequency, at which the spectral density of the emission is attenuated 26 dB
below the maximum in-band spectral density of the modulated signal. Spectral density (power per unit
bandwidth) is to be measured with a detector of resolution bandwidth equal to approximately 1.0% of
the emission bandwidth.
All modes of operation were investigated and the worst case configuration results are reported in this
section.
TEST PROCEDURE
1. The signal analyzer’s automatic bandwidth measurement capability was used to perform the 99%
occupied bandwidth and the 26dB bandwidth. The bandwidth measurement was not influenced by
any intermediate power nulls in the fundamental emission.
2. RBW = 1 – 5% of the expected OBW
3. VBW ≥ 3 x RBW
4. Detector = Peak
5. Trace mode = max hold
6. Sweep = auto couple
7.The trace was allowed to stabilize
8. If necessary, steps 2 – 7 were repeated after changing the RBW such that it would be within
1 – 5% of the 99% occupied bandwidth observed in Step 7
TEST SETUP
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5.5 FREQUENCY STABILITY
Test Overview
Frequency stability testing is performed in accordance with the guidelines of ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010. The
frequency stability of the transmitter is measured by:
a.) Temperature: The temperature is varied from -30°C to +50°C in 10°C increments using an
environmental chamber.
b.) Primary Supply Voltage: The primary supply voltage is varied from 85% to 115% of the nominal
value for non hand-carried battery and AC powered equipment. For hand-carried, battery-powered
equipment, primary supply voltage is reduced to the battery operating end point which shall be
specified by the manufacturer.
For Part 22, the frequency stability of the transmitter shall be maintained within ±0.00025% (±2.5
ppm) of the center frequency. For Part 24 the frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that
the fundamental emission stays within the authorized frequency block.
Test Procedure
Temperature Variation
1. The testing follows fcckdb 971168 D01 section 9.0
2. The EUT was set up in the thermal chamber and connected with the system simulator.
3. With power OFF, the temperature was decreased to -30°C and the EUT was stabilized before testing.
Power was applied and the maximum change in frequency was recorded within one minute.
4. With power OFF, the temperature was raised in 10°C steps up to 50°C. The EUT was stabilized at
each step for at least half an hour. Power was applied and the maximum frequency change was recorded within one minute.
Voltage Variation
1. The testing follows FCC KDB 971168 D01 Section 9.0.
2. The EUT was placed in a temperature chamber at 25±5°C and connected with the system simulator.
3. The power supply voltage to the EUT was varied from 85% to 115% of the nominal value measured at
the input to the EUT.
4. The variation in frequency was measured for the worst case.
TEST SETUP
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5.6 SPURIOUS EMISSIONS AT ANTENNA TERMINALS
Test Overview
The power of any emission outside of the authorized operating frequency ranges must be lower than
the transmitter power (P) by a factor of at least 43 + 10 log (P) dB.
It is measured by means of a calibrated spectrum analyzer and scanned from 30 MHz up to a
frequency including its 10th harmonic.
Test procedure
1. The testing FCC KDB 971168 D01 v02r02 Section 6.0. and ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010-Section 2.2.13.2(d)
2. The EUT was connected to the spectrum analyzer and system simulator via a power divider.
3. The RF output of EUT was connected to the spectrum analyzer by an RF cable and
attenuator. The path loss was compensated to the results for each measurement.
4. The middle channel for the highest RF power within the transmitting frequency was
measured.
5. The conducted spurious emission for the whole frequency range was taken.
6. The RF fundamental frequency should be excluded against the limit line in the operating
frequency band.
7. The limit line is derived from 43 + 10log(P) dB below the transmitter power P(Watts)
= P(W) - [43 + 10log(P)] (dB)
= [30 + 10log(P)] (dBm) - [43 + 10log(P)] (dB)
= -13dBm.
Test Setup
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5.7 BAND EDGE
OVERVIEW
All out of band emissions are measured with a spectrum analyzer connected to the antenna terminal of
the EUT while the EUT is operating at maximum power, and at the appropriate frequencies. All data
rates were investigated to determine the worst case configuration. All modes of operation were investigated and the worst case configuration results are reported in this section.
The minimum permissible attenuation level of any spurious emission is 43 + log10(P[Watts]), where P
is the transmitter power in Watts.
TEST PROCEDURE
1.The testing FCC KDB 971168 D01 v02r02 Section 6.0. and ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010-Section 2.2.13.2(d)
2. Start and stop frequency were set such that the band edge would be placed in the center of the Plot.
3. The EUT was connected to the spectrum analyzer and system simulator via a power divider.
4. The RF output of EUT was connected to the spectrum analyzer by an RF cable and attenuator.
The path loss was compensated to the results for each measurement.
5. The band edges of low and high channels for the highest RF powers were measured.
6.The RF fundamental frequency should be excluded against the limit line in the operating
frequency band.
7.The limit line is derived from 43 + 10log(P) dB below the transmitter power P(Watts)
= P(W) - [43 + 10log(P) ] (dB)
= [30 + 10log(P)] (dBm) - [43 + 10log(P) ] (dB)
= -13dBm.
TEST SETUP
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5.8 FIELD STRENGTH OF SPURIOUS RADIATION MEASUREMENT
Test overview
Radiated spurious emissions measurements are performed using the substitution method described
inANSI/TIA-603-D-2010 with the EUT transmitting into an integral antenna. Measurements on signalsoperating below 1GHz are performed using horizontally and vertically polarized tuned dipole
antennas.Measurements on signals operating above 1GHz are performed using vertically and horizontally polarizedhorn antennas. All measurements are performed as peak measurements while
the EUT isoperating at maximum power and at the appropriate frequencies.
It is measured by means of a calibrated spectrum analyzer and scanned from 30 MHz up to a
frequency including its 10th harmonic.
Test procedure
1. The testing FCC KDB 971168 D01 Section 5.8 and ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010-Section 2.2.12.2(b)
2. RBW = 100kHz for emissions below 1GHz and 1MHz for emissions above 1GHz
3. VBW ≥ 3 x RBW
4. Span = 1.5 times the OBW
5.No. of sweep points > 2 x span/RBW
6. Detector = Peak
7. Trace mode = max hold
8. The trace was allowed to stabilize
9. Effective Isotropic Spurious Radiation was measured by substitution method according
to TIA/EIA-603-D. The EUT was replaced by the substitution antenna at same location, and
then a known power from S.G. was applied into the dipole antenna through a Tx cable, and
then recorded the maximum Analyzer reading through raised and lowered the test antenna.
The correction factor (in dB) = S.G. - Tx Cable loss + Substitution antenna gain - Analyzer
reading. Then the EUT's EIRP/ERP was calculated with the correction factor,
ERP/EIRP = P.SG + GT – LC
ERP/EIRP = effective or equivalent radiated power, respectively (expressed in the same units as PMeas, t
ypically dBW or dBm);
P.SG = measured transmitter output power or PSD, in dBm or dBW;
GT = gain of the transmitting antenna, in dBd (ERP) or dBi (EIRP);
LC = signal attenuation in the connecting cable between the transmitter and antenna, in dB.
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TEST SETUP
For radiated test from 30MHz to 1GHz
For radiated test from above 1GHz
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APPENDIX ATESTRESULT
A1CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER
GSM 850:
Mode
GSM850
GPRS850
Frequency (MHz)
AVG Power
824.2
33.21
836.6
33.16
848.8
33.07
824.2
33.19
836.6
33.15
848.8
33.05
Frequency (MHz)
AVG Power
1850.2
29.91
1880.0
30.24
1909.8
30.38
1850.2
29.89
1880.0
30.21
1909.8
30.36
PCS 1900:
Mode
GSM1900
GPRS1900
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UMTS BAND V
Mode
WCDMA 850
RMC
HSDPA
Subtest 1
HSDPA
Subtest 2
HSDPA
Subtest 3
HSDPA
Subtest 4
HSUPA
Subtest 1
HSUPA
Subtest 2
HSUPA
Subtest 3
HSUPA
Subtest 4
HSUPA
Subtest 5
Frequency(MHz)
AVG Power
826.4
22.71
836.6
22.69
846.6
22.53
826.4
22.69
836.6
22.67
846.6
22.51
826.4
22.25
836.6
22.22
846.6
22.08
826.4
21.95
836.6
21.75
846.6
21.61
826.4
21.53
836.6
21.28
846.6
21.16
826.4
22.60
836.6
22.58
846.6
22.06
826.4
21.69
836.6
21.67
846.6
21.12
826.4
21.59
836.6
21.22
846.6
20.63
826.4
21.21
836.6
20.84
846.6
20.23
826.4
19.79
836.6
19.36
846.6
18.73
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UMTS BAND II
Mode
WCDMA 1900
RMC
HSDPA
Subtest 1
HSDPA
Subtest 2
HSDPA
Subtest 3
HSDPA
Subtest 4
HSUPA
Subtest 1
HSUPA
Subtest 2
HSUPA
Subtest 3
HSUPA
Subtest 4
HSUPA
Subtest 5
Frequency(MHz)
AVG Power
1852.4
20.13
1880
20.46
1907.6
19.85
1852.4
20.12
1880
20.45
1907.6
19.82
1852.4
19.66
1880
19.96
1907.6
19.35
1852.4
19.36
1880
19.52
1907.6
19.04
1852.4
18.87
1880
19.12
1907.6
18.72
1852.4
20.08
1880
20.38
1907.6
19.39
1852.4
19.19
1880
19.42
1907.6
18.40
1852.4
19.07
1880
18.99
1907.6
17.95
1852.4
18.74
1880
18.65
1907.6
17.53
1852.4
17.33
1880
17.18
1907.6
16.10
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A2 PEAK-TO-AVERAGE RADIO
Frequency
Mode
(MHz)
GSM850
GPRS850
PCS1900
GPRS1900
Mode
WCDMA 850
RMC
HSDPA 850
HSUPA 850
WCDMA 1900
RMC
HSDPA 1900
HSUPA 1900
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PEAK Power
AVG Power
PAR
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
824.2
33.41
33.21
0.20
836.6
33.32
33.16
0.16
848.8
33.25
33.07
0.18
824.2
33.37
33.19
0.18
836.6
33.28
33.15
0.13
848.8
33.20
33.05
0.15
1850.2
30.02
29.91
0.11
1880
30.35
30.24
0.11
1909.8
30.48
30.38
0.10
1850.2
30.00
29.89
0.11
1880
30.33
30.21
0.12
1909.8
30.47
30.36
0.11
Frequency
PEAK Power
AVG Power
PAR
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
826.4
25.36
22.71
2.65
836.6
25.35
22.69
2.66
846.6
25.40
22.53
2.87
826.4
25.27
22.69
2.58
836.6
25.29
22.67
2.62
846.6
25.20
22.51
2.69
826.4
25.18
22.60
2.58
836.6
25.21
22.58
2.63
846.6
25.16
22.60
2.56
1852.4
22.94
20.13
2.81
1880
23.35
20.46
2.89
1907.6
22.64
19.85
2.79
1852.4
23.06
20.12
2.94
1880
23.12
20.45
2.67
1907.6
22.35
19.82
2.53
1852.4
22.61
20.08
2.53
1880
23.06
20.38
2.68
1907.6
22.22
19.39
2.83
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A3 TRANSMITTER RADIATED POWER (EIRP/ERP)
Radiated Power (ERP) for GSM 850 MHZ
Result
Mode
GSM850
GPRS850
Frequency
Conclusion
E.R.P(dBm)
Polarization
Of Max. ERP
6.5
30.73
Horizontal
Pass
0.44
6.5
32.65
Vertical
Pass
24.69
0.45
6.5
30.74
Horizontal
Pass
836.6
26.54
0.45
6.5
32.59
Vertical
Pass
848.8
24.53
0.46
6.5
30.57
Horizontal
Pass
848.8
26.48
0.46
6.5
32.52
Vertical
Pass
824.2
24.63
0.44
6.5
30.69
Horizontal
Pass
824.2
26.29
0.44
6.5
32.35
Vertical
Pass
836.6
24.83
0.45
6.5
30.88
Horizontal
Pass
836.6
26.33
0.45
6.5
32.38
Vertical
Pass
848.8
24.61
0.46
6.5
30.65
Horizontal
Pass
848.8
26.44
0.46
6.5
32.48
Vertical
Pass
S G.Level
(dBm)
Cable
loss
Gain
(dBi)
824.2
24.67
0.44
824.2
26.59
836.6
PMeas
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Radiated Power (EIRP) for PCS 1900 MHZ
Result
Mode
PCS1900
GPRS1900
Frequency
S G.Level
Conclusion
Gain
(dBi)
PMeas
Polarization
(dBm)
Cable
loss
E.I.R.P.(dBm)
Of Max.EIRP.
1850.2
19.56
2.41
10.35
27.50
Horizontal
Pass
1850.2
21.44
2.41
10.35
29.38
Vertical
Pass
1880
20.03
2.42
10.35
27.96
Horizontal
Pass
1880
21.75
2.42
10.35
29.68
Vertical
Pass
1909.8
19.93
2.43
10.35
27.85
Horizontal
Pass
1909.8
21.8
2.43
10.35
29.72
Vertical
Pass
1850.2
19.47
2.41
10.35
27.41
Horizontal
Pass
1850.2
21.42
2.41
10.35
29.36
Vertical
Pass
1880
19.76
2.42
10.35
27.69
Horizontal
Pass
1880
21.46
2.42
10.35
29.39
Vertical
Pass
1909.8
20.01
2.43
10.35
27.93
Horizontal
Pass
1909.8
21.74
2.43
10.35
29.66
Vertical
Pass
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Radiated Power (ERP) for WCDMA Band V
Result
Mode
Band V
Frequency
Conclusion
(dBm)
Polarization
Of Max.ERP
6.5
20.73
Horizontal
Pass
0.44
6.5
22.49
Vertical
Pass
14.42
0.45
6.5
20.47
Horizontal
Pass
836.6
16.13
0.45
6.5
22.18
Vertical
Pass
846.4
14.00
0.46
6.5
20.04
Horizontal
Pass
846.4
15.97
0.46
6.5
22.01
Vertical
Pass
S G.Level
Gain
(dBi)
PMeas E.R.P
(dBm)
Cable
loss
826.4
14.67
0.44
826.4
16.43
836.6
Radiated Power (EIRP) for WCDMA Band II
Result
Mode
Band II
Frequency
S G.Level
Conclusion
Gain
(dBi)
PMeas
Polarization
(dBm)
Cable
loss
E.I.R.P.(dBm)
Of Max.EIRP
1852.4
9.78
2.41
10.35
17.72
Horizontal
Pass
1852.4
11.71
2.41
10.35
19.65
Vertical
Pass
1880.0
10.14
2.42
10.35
18.07
Horizontal
Pass
1880.0
12.03
2.42
10.35
19.96
Vertical
Pass
1907.4
9.55
2.43
10.35
17.47
Horizontal
Pass
1907.4
11.4
2.43
10.35
19.32
Vertical
Pass
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A4 OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH(99% OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH/26DB BANDWIDTH)
Occupied Bandwidth for GSM 850 band
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
(99%)( kHz)
(-26dBc)( kHz)
824.2
244.98
317.0
Middle Channel
836.6
248.22
319.4
High Channel
848.8
245.78
315.3
Mode
Frequency(MHz)
Low Channel
Occupied Bandwidth for GPRS 850 band
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
(99%)( kHz)
(-26dBc)( kHz)
824.2
244.10
315.4
Middle Channel
836.6
243.23
317.5
High Channel
848.8
246.37
320.5
Mode
Frequency(MHz)
Low Channel
Occupied Bandwidth for GSM1900 band
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
(99%)( kHz)
(-26dBc)( kHz)
1850.2
244.46
323.5
Middle Channel
1880.0
246.94
317.7
High Channel
1909.8
244.61
313.1
Mode
Frequency(MHz)
Low Channel
Occupied Bandwidth for GPRS 1900 band
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
(99%)( kHz)
(-26dBc)( kHz)
1850.2
243.94
315.6
Middle Channel
1880.0
244.86
315.1
High Channel
1909.8
243.84
319.5
Mode
Frequency(MHz)
Low Channel
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Occupied Bandwidth for UMTS band V
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
(99%)( MHz)
(-26dBc)( MHz)
826.4
4.2138
4.843
Middle Channel
836.6
4.1999
4.842
High Channel
846.6
4.2075
4.830
Mode
Frequency(MHz)
Low Channel
Occupied Bandwidth for UMTS band II
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
(99%)( MHz)
(-26dBc)( MHz)
1852.4
4.2167
4.844
Middle Channel
1880
4.2254
4.907
High Channel
1907.6
4.2012
4.848
Mode
Frequency(MHz)
Low Channel
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GSM 850 CH 128
GSM 850 CH 190
GSM 850 CH 251
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GPRS 850 CH 128
GPRS 850 CH 190
GPRS 850 CH 251
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PCS 1900 CH 512
PCS 1900 CH 661
PCS 1900 CH 810
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GPRS 1900 CH 512
GPRS 1900 CH 661
GPRS 1900 CH 810
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UMTS BAND V CH 4132
UMTS BAND V CH 4183
UMTS BAND V CH 4233
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UMTS BAND II CH 9400
UMTS BAND II CH 9538
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A5 FREQUENCY STABILITY
Normal Voltage = 3.8V. ;Battery End Point (BEP) = 3.5 V.;Maximum Voltage =4.35 V
GSM 850 Middle Channel/836.6MHz
Temperature
Voltage
Freq. Dev.
Freq. Dev.
(°C)
(Volt)
(Hz)
(ppm)
50
13.16
0.016
40
27.03
0.032
30
26.19
0.031
20
16.84
0.020
17.92
0.021
26.77
0.032
-10
17.87
0.021
-20
35.66
0.043
-30
16.35
0.020
10
Normal Voltage
25
Maximum Voltage
12.85
0.015
25
BEP
13.79
0.016
Limit
Result
2.5ppm
PASS
Limit
Result
2.5ppm
PASS
GPRS 850 Middle Channel/836.6MHz
Temperature
Voltage
Freq. Dev.
Freq. Dev.
(°C)
(Volt)
(Hz)
(ppm)
50
15.05
0.018
40
35.68
0.043
30
22.38
0.027
20
18.82
0.022
34.98
0.042
24.53
0.029
-10
36.01
0.043
-20
14.77
0.018
-30
15.84
0.019
10
Normal Voltage
25
Maximum Voltage
19.71
0.024
25
BEP
29.95
0.036
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GSM 1900 Middle Channel/1880MHz
Temperature
Voltage
Freq. Dev.
Freq. Dev.
(°C)
(Volt)
(Hz)
(ppm)
50
31.89
0.017
40
33.90
0.018
30
33.86
0.018
20
32.41
0.017
28.14
0.015
Within
18.06
0.010
Authorized
-10
12.88
0.007
Band
-20
17.25
0.009
-30
18.38
0.010
10
Normal Voltage
25
Maximum Voltage
21.86
0.012
25
BEP
25.92
0.014
Limit
Result
PASS
GPRS 1900 Middle Channel/1880MHz
Temperature
Voltage
Freq. Dev.
Freq. Dev.
(°C)
(Volt)
(Hz)
(ppm)
50
21.52
0.011
40
22.23
0.012
30
13.93
0.007
20
19.57
0.010
33.57
0.018
Within
35.29
0.019
Authorized
-10
18.56
0.010
Band
-20
17.20
0.009
-30
26.31
0.014
10
Normal Voltage
25
Maximum Voltage
31.42
0.017
25
BEP
30.29
0.016
Limit
Result
PASS
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WCDMA V Middle Channel/836.6MHz
Temperature
Voltage
Freq. Dev.
Freq. Dev.
(°C)
(Volt)
(Hz)
(ppm)
50
12.06
0.014
40
15.98
0.019
30
27.14
0.032
20
27.43
0.033
31.60
0.038
24.71
0.030
-10
32.91
0.039
-20
25.47
0.030
-30
25.85
0.031
10
Normal Voltage
25
Maximum Voltage
27.00
0.032
25
BEP
29.80
0.036
Limit
Result
2.5ppm
PASS
1. The frequency fundamental emissions stay within the authorized frequency block based on the
frequency deviation measured is small.
WCDMA II Middle Channel/1880MHz
Temperature
Voltage
Freq. Dev.
Freq. Dev.
(°C)
(Volt)
(Hz)
(ppm)
50
11.51
0.006
40
16.66
0.009
30
35.39
0.019
20
12.08
0.006
29.86
0.016
Within Au-
18.74
0.010
thorized
-10
34.43
0.018
Band
-20
21.29
0.011
-30
18.40
0.010
10
Normal Voltage
25
Maximum Voltage
16.43
0.009
25
BEP
13.04
0.007
Limit
1. The frequency fundamental emissions stay within the authorized frequency block based on the
frequency deviation measured is small.
Result
PASS
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A6 SPURIOUS EMISSIONS AT ANTENNA TERMINALS
GSM 850 BAND
Lowest Channel
Middle Channel
Highest Channel
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GPRS 850 BAND
Lowest Channel
Middle Channel
Highest Channel
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GSM1900 BAND(30M-20G)
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Middle Channel
Highest Channel
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GPRS1900 BAND(30M-20G)
Lowest Channel
Middle Channel
Highest Channel
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WCDMA Band V (RMC 12.2Kbps)
Lowest Channel
Middle Channel
Highest Channel
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Lowest Channel
Middle Channel
Highest Channel
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A7 BAND EDGE
GSM 850
Lowest Band Edge
Highest Band Edge
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GPRS 850
Lowest Band Edge
Highest Band Edge
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GSM 1900
Lowest Band Edge
Highest Band Edge
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GPRS 1900
Lowest Band Edge
Highest Band Edge
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WCDMA Band VRMC 12.2Kbps
Lowest Band Edge
Highest Band Edge
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Highest Band Edge
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A8 FIELD STRENGTH OF SPURIOUS RADIATION MEASUREMENT
GSM 850: (30-9000)MHz
GSM 850: (30-9000)MHz
The Worst Test Results Channel 128/824.2 MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1648.30
-41.37
9.40
4.75
-36.72
-13.00
-23.72
2472.31
-40.60
10.60
8.39
-38.39
-13.00
-25.39
3296.46
-31.61
12.00
11.79
-31.40
-13.00
-18.40
1648.28
-43.36
9.40
4.75
-38.71
-13.00
-25.71
2472.24
-44.59
10.60
8.39
-42.38
-13.00
-29.38
3296.82
-43.50
12.00
11.79
-43.29
-13.00
-30.29
The Worst Test Results Channel 190/836.6 MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1673.20
-40.86
9.50
4.76
-36.12
-13.00
-23.12
2509.92
-39.77
10.70
8.40
-37.47
-13.00
-24.47
3346.13
-31.15
12.20
11.80
-30.75
-13.00
-17.75
1672.84
-43.31
9.40
4.75
-38.66
-13.00
-25.66
2509.63
-44.64
10.60
8.39
-42.43
-13.00
-29.43
3346.42
-43.75
12.20
11.82
-43.37
-13.00
-30.37
The Worst Test Results Channel 251/848.8 MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1697.66
-41.43
9.60
4.77
-36.60
-13.00
-23.60
2546.55
-40.06
10.80
8.50
-37.76
-13.00
-24.76
3395.10
-31.28
12.50
11.90
-30.68
-13.00
-17.68
1697.66
-43.91
9.60
4.77
-39.08
-13.00
-26.08
2546.14
-44.31
10.80
8.50
-42.01
-13.00
-29.01
3395.19
-43.86
12.50
11.90
-43.26
-13.00
-30.26
Note: (1)Below 30MHz no Spurious found is the worst condition.
(2)Above 3.5GHz amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20dB below
the permissible value has.
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GPRS 850: (30-9000)MHz
GPRS 850: (30-9000)MHz
The Worst Test Results Channel 128/824.2 MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1648.48
-41.54
9.40
4.75
-36.89
-13.00
-23.89
2472.39
-39.90
10.60
8.39
-37.69
-13.00
-24.69
3296.48
-32.09
12.00
11.79
-31.88
-13.00
-18.88
1648.19
-44.31
9.40
4.75
-39.66
-13.00
-26.66
2472.56
-45.10
10.60
8.39
-42.89
-13.00
-29.89
3296.53
-43.75
12.00
11.79
-43.54
-13.00
-30.54
The Worst Test Results Channel 190/836.6 MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1672.82
-40.42
9.50
4.76
-35.68
-13.00
-22.68
2509.66
-39.17
10.70
8.40
-36.87
-13.00
-23.87
3346.20
-31.57
12.20
11.80
-31.17
-13.00
-18.17
1672.92
-43.97
9.40
4.75
-39.32
-13.00
-26.32
2509.45
-44.78
10.60
8.39
-42.57
-13.00
-29.57
3346.01
-43.74
12.20
11.82
-43.36
-13.00
-30.36
The Worst Test Results Channel 251/848.8 MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1697.66
-41.37
9.60
4.77
-36.54
-13.00
-23.54
2546.52
-40.32
10.80
8.50
-38.02
-13.00
-25.02
3395.06
-30.97
12.50
11.90
-30.37
-13.00
-17.37
1697.66
-43.58
9.60
4.77
-38.75
-13.00
-25.75
2546.12
-45.02
10.80
8.50
-42.72
-13.00
-29.72
3394.86
-43.77
12.50
11.90
-43.17
-13.00
-30.17
Note: (1)Below 30MHz no Spurious found is the worst condition.
(2)Above 3.5GHz amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20dB below
the permissible value has.
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PCS 1900: (30-20000)MHz
DCS 1900: (30-20000)MHz
The Worst Test Results for Channel 512/1850.2MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3700.06
-34.64
12.60
12.93
-34.97
-13.00
-21.97
5550.32
-34.77
13.10
17.11
-38.78
-13.00
-25.78
7400.62
-32.71
11.50
22.20
-43.41
-13.00
-30.41
3700.51
-35.60
12.60
12.93
-35.93
-13.00
-22.93
5550.28
-34.60
13.10
17.11
-38.61
-13.00
-25.61
7400.98
-32.06
11.50
22.20
-42.76
-13.00
-29.76
The Worst Test Results for Channel 661/1880.0MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3760.11
-34.79
12.60
12.93
-35.12
-13.00
-22.12
5639.95
-34.12
13.10
17.11
-38.13
-13.00
-25.13
7519.88
-33.53
11.50
22.20
-44.23
-13.00
-31.23
3760.09
-35.57
12.60
12.93
-35.90
-13.00
-22.90
5640.14
-34.87
13.10
17.11
-38.88
-13.00
-25.88
7520.13
-32.92
11.50
22.20
-43.62
-13.00
-30.62
The Worst Test Results for Channel 810/1909.8MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3819.45
-34.89
12.60
12.93
-35.22
-13.00
-22.22
5729.44
-34.13
13.10
17.11
-38.14
-13.00
-25.14
7638.84
-32.17
11.50
22.20
-42.87
-13.00
-29.87
3819.56
-35.79
12.60
12.93
-36.12
-13.00
-23.12
5729.17
-35.04
13.10
17.11
-39.05
-13.00
-26.05
7639.17
-32.61
11.50
22.20
-43.31
-13.00
-30.31
Note: (1)Below 30MHz no Spurious found is the worst condition.
(2)Above 8GHz amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20dB below the
permissible value has.
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GPRS 1900: (30-20000)MHz
GPRS1900: (30-20000)MHz
The Worst Test Results for Channel 512/1850.2MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3700.08
-33.52
12.60
12.93
-33.85
-13.00
-20.85
5550.67
-34.23
13.10
17.11
-38.24
-13.00
-25.24
7400.81
-33.38
11.50
22.20
-44.08
-13.00
-31.08
3700.51
-35.47
12.60
12.93
-35.80
-13.00
-22.80
5550.38
-34.07
13.10
17.11
-38.08
-13.00
-25.08
7400.74
-32.16
11.50
22.20
-42.86
-13.00
-29.86
The Worst Test Results for Channel 661/1880.0MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3760.09
-33.91
12.60
12.93
-34.24
-13.00
-21.24
5639.83
-34.75
13.10
17.11
-38.76
-13.00
-25.76
7520.09
-32.85
11.50
22.20
-43.55
-13.00
-30.55
3759.88
-35.24
12.60
12.93
-35.57
-13.00
-22.57
5640.26
-33.81
13.10
17.11
-37.82
-13.00
-24.82
7520.23
-32.51
11.50
22.20
-43.21
-13.00
-30.21
The Worst Test Results for Channel 810/1909.8MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3819.29
-34.45
12.60
12.93
-34.78
-13.00
-21.78
5729.30
-34.96
13.10
17.11
-38.97
-13.00
-25.97
7638.97
-32.60
11.50
22.20
-43.30
-13.00
-30.30
3819.56
-35.25
12.60
12.93
-35.58
-13.00
-22.58
5729.42
-35.19
13.10
17.11
-39.20
-13.00
-26.20
7639.31
-32.97
11.50
22.20
-43.67
-13.00
-30.67
Note: (1)Below 30MHz no Spurious found is the worst condition.
(2)Above 8GHz amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20dB below the
permissible value has.
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UMTS band V(30-9000)MHz
WCDMA Band V: (30-9000)MHz
The wost testresults channel 4132/826.4MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1652.40
-40.23
9.40
4.75
-35.58
-13.00
-22.58
2479.50
-40.42
10.60
8.39
-38.21
-13.00
-25.21
3305.86
-31.54
12.00
11.79
-31.33
-13.00
-18.33
1652.25
-43.61
9.40
4.75
-38.96
-13.00
-25.96
2479.35
-44.18
10.60
8.39
-41.97
-13.00
-28.97
3305.50
-42.91
12.00
11.79
-42.70
-13.00
-29.70
The Worst Test Results Channel 4183/836.6MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1672.79
-40.16
9.50
4.76
-35.42
-13.00
-22.42
2509.55
-39.61
10.70
8.40
-37.31
-13.00
-24.31
3346.42
-31.92
12.20
11.80
-31.52
-13.00
-18.52
1672.79
-43.85
9.40
4.75
-39.20
-13.00
-26.20
2509.56
-45.10
10.60
8.39
-42.89
-13.00
-29.89
3346.24
-42.98
12.20
11.82
-42.60
-13.00
-29.60
The Worst Test Results Channel 4233/846.6MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
1693.66
-40.37
9.60
4.77
-35.54
-13.00
-22.54
2539.47
-40.00
10.80
8.50
-37.70
-13.00
-24.70
3386.21
-31.02
12.50
11.90
-30.42
-13.00
-17.42
1693.58
-43.95
9.60
4.77
-39.12
-13.00
-26.12
2539.42
-44.46
10.80
8.50
-42.16
-13.00
-29.16
3386.24
-42.72
12.50
11.90
-42.12
-13.00
-29.12
Note: (1)Below 30MHz no Spurious found is the worst condition.
(2)Above 3GHz amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20dB below the
permissible value has.
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UMTS band II(30-20000)MHz
WCDMA Band II: (30-20000)MHz
The Worst Test Results for Channel 9262/1852.4MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3704.29
-34.05
12.60
12.93
-34.38
-13.00
-21.38
5557.21
-34.98
13.10
17.11
-38.99
-13.00
-25.99
7409.93
-32.46
11.50
22.20
-43.16
-13.00
-30.16
3704.38
-35.68
12.60
12.93
-36.01
-13.00
-23.01
5557.66
-34.58
13.10
17.11
-38.59
-13.00
-25.59
7409.73
-32.61
11.50
22.20
-43.31
-13.00
-30.31
The Worst Test Results for Channel 9400/1880MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3760.19
-34.73
12.60
12.93
-35.06
-13.00
-22.06
5639.86
-34.19
13.10
17.11
-38.20
-13.00
-25.20
7519.84
-33.64
11.50
22.20
-44.34
-13.00
-31.34
3760.15
-35.78
12.60
12.93
-36.11
-13.00
-23.11
5640.29
-35.07
13.10
17.11
-39.08
-13.00
-26.08
7520.28
-32.78
11.50
22.20
-43.48
-13.00
-30.48
The Worst Test Results for Channel 9538/1907.6MHz
Frequency(MHz)
S G.Lev
(dBm)
Ant(dBi)
Loss
PMea
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
Polarity
3815.37
-34.07
12.60
12.93
-34.40
-13.00
-21.40
5722.18
-34.44
13.10
17.11
-38.45
-13.00
-25.45
7630.21
-32.46
11.50
22.20
-43.16
-13.00
-30.16
3815.71
-35.23
12.60
12.93
-35.56
-13.00
-22.56
5722.44
-34.24
13.10
17.11
-38.25
-13.00
-25.25
7630.14
-32.21
11.50
22.20
-42.91
-13.00
-29.91
Note: (1)Below 30MHz no Spurious found is the worst condition.
(2)Above 6GHz amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20dB below the
permissible value has.
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APPENDIX BPHOTOS OF TEST SETUP
RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSION
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