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2/F., Garment Centre,
576 Castle Peak Road, Kowloon,
Hong Kong.
Telephone:
(852) 2173 8888
Facsimile:
(852) 2785 5487
www.intertek.com
TEST REPORT
Report Number: 18071039HKG-001
Application For Original Grant of 47 CFR Part 15 Certification
Unlicensed Personal Communication Service Devices
(Baby Unit)
FCC ID: 2AEFK-SCD730
Prepared and Checked by:
Signed On File
Leung Chiu Kuen, Stanley
Engineer
Approved by:
Digitally signed by
Jess Tang
Location: Intertek
Testing Services
Hong Kong Limited
Tang Kwan Mo, Jess
Lead Engineer
Date: August 08, 2018
Intertek’s standard Terms and Conditions can be obtained at our website http://www.intertek.com/terms/.
The test report only allows to be revised within the retention period unless further standard or the requirement was noticed.
This report is for the exclusive use of Intertek's Client and is provided pursuant to the agreement between Intertek and its Client. Intertek's responsibility and liability are limited
to the terms and conditions of the agreement. Intertek assumes no liability to any party, other than to the Client in accordance with the agreement, for any loss, expense or
damage occasioned by the use of this report. Only the Client is authorized to permit copying or distribution of this report and then only in its entirety. Any use of the Intertek
name or one of its marks for the sale or advertisement of the tested material, product or service must first be approved in writing by Intertek. The observations and test results
in this report are relevant only to the sample tested. This report by itself does not imply that the material, product, or service is or has ever been under an Intertek certification
program.
© 2017 Intertek
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Grantee:
Grantee Address:
FCC Specification Standard:
FCC ID:
FCC Model(s):
Type of EUT:
Description of EUT:
Serial Number:
Sample Receipt Date:
Date of Test:
Report Date:
Environmental Conditions:
Philips Consumer Lifestyle
High Tech Campus Building HTC 37- parterre
Eindhoven 5656 AE Netherlands
FCC Part 15, October 1, 2016 Edition
2AEFK-SCD730
SCD730
Unlicensed Personal Communications Service Devices
DECT Babyphone - Baby Unit
N/A
July 18, 2018
July 24 - August 03, 2018
August 08, 2018
Temperature: +10 to 40°C
Humidity: 10 to 90%
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
TEST RESULTS SUMMARY & STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE............................................ 5
1.1 Summary of Test Results ................................................................................................5
1.2 Statement of Compliance ..............................................................................................6
2.0
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................ 7
2.1 Product Description.........................................................................................................7
2.2 Technical Description ......................................................................................................7
2.3 Test Methodology ...........................................................................................................7
2.4 Test Facility .....................................................................................................................7
3.0
SYSTEM TEST CONFIGURATION .................................................................................... 8
3.1 Justification .....................................................................................................................8
3.2 Radiated Emission Test Setup .........................................................................................9
3.3 AC Line Conducted Emission Test Setup ........................................................................10
3.4 Conducted Emission Test Configuration ........................................................................11
3.5 Conducted Monitoring and Operational Test Configuration .........................................11
3.6 EUT Exercising Software ................................................................................................11
3.7 Details of EUT and Description of Accessories ...............................................................12
3.8 Measurement Uncertainty ............................................................................................12
4.0
MEASUREMENT RESULTS ........................................................................................... 13
4.1 Antenna Requirement ...................................................................................................13
4.2 Digital Modulation Techniques......................................................................................13
4.3 Emission Bandwidth ......................................................................................................14
4.4 Directional Gain of the Antenna ....................................................................................16
4.5 Peak Transmit Power ....................................................................................................17
4.6 Power Spectral Density .................................................................................................19
4.7 Automatic Discontinuation of Transmission ..................................................................21
4.8 Unwanted Emission Inside the Sub-Band ......................................................................22
4.9 Emissions Outside the Sub-Band ...................................................................................25
4.9.1 Radiated Emissions Configuration Photographs .........................................................26
4.9.2 Radiated Emissions Data ............................................................................................26
4.9.3 Field Strength Calculation...........................................................................................30
4.9.4 Average Factor Calculation and Transmitter ON Time Measurements.......................31
4.10 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions...........................................................................32
4.10.1 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Configuration Photographs ............................33
4.10.2 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Data ...............................................................33
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4.11 Frame Repetition Stability .........................................................................................36
4.12 Frame Period and Jitter ..............................................................................................37
4.13 Carrier Frequency Stability ..........................................................................................38
4.14 Monitoring Threshold .................................................................................................40
4.14.1 Monitoring Threshold Limit ......................................................................................41
4.14.2 Least Interfered Channel ..........................................................................................42
4.14.2.1 Least Interfered Channel (LIC) Selection .............................................................43
4.14.2.2 Least Interfered Channel (LIC) Confirmation .......................................................44
4.14.2.3 Maximum Spectrum Occupancy ..........................................................................44
4.15 Monitoring Time ........................................................................................................45
4.16 Maximum Transmit Period ..........................................................................................46
4.17 System Acknowledgement ..........................................................................................47
4.18 Random Waiting .........................................................................................................48
4.19 Monitoring Bandwidth ................................................................................................49
4.20 Maximum Reaction Time ............................................................................................50
4.21 Monitoring Antenna ....................................................................................................50
4.22 Duplex Connections ...................................................................................................51
4.23 Alternative Monitoring Interval for Co-located Device .............................................52
4.24 Fair Access ..................................................................................................................52
5.0
EQUIPMENT LIST ........................................................................................................ 53
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1.0
TEST RESULTS SUMMARY & STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
1.1
Summary of Test Results
Test Items
Antenna Requirement
Digital Modulation
Techniques
Occupied/Emission
Bandwidth
Directional Gain of the
Antenna
Peak Transmit Power
Power Spectral Density
Automatic Discontinuation
of Transmission
AC Power Line Conducted
Emissions from EUT
Security Code Information
General Technical Requirements
Test Procedure
FCC Part 15
ANSI C63.17 /
Section
ANSI C63.4*
15.317
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Results
Details See
Section
Pass
4.1
15.319(b)
6.1.4
Pass
4.2
15.323(a)
6.1.3
Pass
4.3
15.319(e)
4.3.1
Pass
4.4
15.319(c)
15.319(d)
6.1.2
6.1.5
Pass
Pass
4.5
4.6
15.319(f)
---
Pass
4.7
15.315
7*
Pass
4.10
---
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Pass
2.2
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1.1 Summary of Test Results (continued)
Specific Requirements for UPCS Device
Test
FCC Part 15
Test Items
Procedure
Section
ANSI C63.17
Unwanted Emission Inside
15.323(d)
6.1.6.1
the Sub-Band
Emissions Outside the Sub15.323(d)
6.1.6.2
Band
Frame Repetition Stability
15.323(e)
6.2.2
Frame Period and Jitter
15.323(e)
6.2.3
Carrier Frequency Stability
15.323(f)
6.2.1
Monitoring Threshold Limit
15.323(c2&c9)
7.3.1
Least Interfered Channel
15.323(c)(5)
7.3.2
(LIC) Selection
Least Interfered Channel
15.323(c)(5)
7.3.2
(LIC) Confirmation
Maximum Spectrum
15.323(c)(5)
--Occupancy
Monitoring Time
15.323(c)(1)
7.3.3
Maximum Transmit Period
15.323(c)(3)
8.2.2
System Acknowledgement
15.323(c4)
8.1 or 8.2
Random Waiting
15.323(c)(6)
8.1.2 or 8.1.3
Monitoring Bandwidth
15.323(c)(7)
7.4
Maximum Reaction Time
15.323(c)(7)
7.5
Monitoring Antenna
15.323(c)(8)
Duplex Connections
15.323(c)(10)
8.3
Alternative Monitoring
Interval for Co-located
15.323(c)(11)
8.4
Device
Fair Access
15.323(c)(12)
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Results
Details
See
Section
Pass
4.8
Pass
4.9
Pass
Pass
Pass
NA
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14.1
Pass
4.14.2.1
Pass
4.14.2.2
Pass
4.14.2.3
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
NA
4.15
4.16
4.17
4.18
4.19
4.20
4.21
4.22
NA
4.23
Pass
4.24
1.2 Statement of Compliance
The equipment under test is found to be complying with the following standards:
FCC Part 15, October 1, 2016 Edition
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2.0 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
2.1
Product Description
The SCD730 is a DECT Babyphone - Baby Unit. It operates at frequency range of 1921.536MHz to
1928.448MHz with 5 channels (1921.536MHz, 1923.264MHz, 1924.992MHz, 1926.720MHz and
1928.448MHz). The Baby Unit is powered by a 100-240VAC 50/60Hz 150mA adaptor and/or powered by
four 1.5V AA alkaline batteries.
The antennas used in baby unit are integral, and the test sample is a prototype.
2.2
Technical Description
The circuit description and digital modulation techniques description are saved with filename: descri.pdf.
2.3
Test Methodology
The radiated emission measurements for unintentional radiator (if any) and AC power line-conducted
emission measurements were performed according to the test procedures specified in ANSI C63.4 (2014).
The radiated emission measurements for intentional radiator contained in UPCS device, conducted
emission measurements, Listen Before Transmit (LBT) tests, Time Frame and Frequency Stability tests
were performed according to the test procedures specified in ANSI C63.17 (2013). All radiated
measurements were performed in radiated emission test site. Preliminary scans were performed in the
radiated emission test site only to determine worst case modes. All radiated tests were performed at an
antenna to EUT distance of 3 meters, unless stated otherwise in the "Justification Section" of this
Application. All other measurements were made in accordance with the procedures in 47 CFR Part 2.
2.4
Test Facility
The radiated emission test site, AC power line conducted measurement facility and antenna port
conducted measurement facility used to collect the radiated data, AC Power Line conducted data, and
conductive data are at Intertek Testing Services Hong Kong Ltd., which is located at Workshop No. 3, G/F.,
World-Wide Industrial Centre, 43-47 Shan Mei Street, Fo Tan, Sha Tin, N.T., Hong Kong. This test facility
and site measurement data have been fully placed on file with FCC.
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3.0 SYSTEM TEST CONFIGURATION
3.1 Justification
For emissions testing, the equipment under test (EUT) was set up to transmit continuously in burst mode
with pseudo-random data to simplify the measurement methodology. Care was taken to ensure proper
power supply voltages during testing. During testing, all cables (if any) were manipulated to produce
worst-case emissions.
The EUT was powered by a 100-240VAC 50/60Hz 150mA to 6VDC 500mA adaptor and/or powered by
four 1.5V AA alkaline batteries.
For the measurements, the EUT was attached to a plastic stand if necessary and placed on the wooden
turntable. If the EUT is attached to accessories, they were connected and operational (as typical as
possible).
The signal was maximized through rotation and placement in the three orthogonal axes. The antenna
height and polarization were varied during the search for maximum signal level. The antenna height was
varied from 1 to 4 meters. Detector function was in peak mode. Radiated emissions are taken at three
meters unless the signal level was too low for measurement at that distance. If necessary, a pre-amplifier
was used and/or the test was conducted at a closer distance.
For UPCS transmitter radiated measurement, the spectrum analyzer resolution bandwidth was
approximately 1% of EUT emission bandwidth, unless otherwise specified.
Radiated emission measurements for UPCS transmitter were performed from the lowest radio frequency
signal generated in the device which is greater than 9 kHz to the tenth harmonic of the highest
fundamental frequency or to 40 GHz, whichever is lower.
As the baby unit has 2 antennas, both have been checked. While conducting the test on one of antennas,
another one was being disable its transmission. The data in this report represented the worst-case. The
EUT is powered by AC and/or DC has been tested. The data in this report represented the worst-case.
For AC line conducted emission test, the EUT along with its peripherals were placed on a 1.0m(W)x1.5m(L)
and 0.8m in height wooden table and the EUT was adjusted to maintain a 0.4 meter space from a vertical
reference plane. The EUT was connected to power mains through a line impedance stabilization network
(LISN), which provided 50ohm coupling impedance for measuring instrument. The LISN housing,
measuring instrument case, reference ground plane, and vertical ground plane were bounded together.
The excess power cable between the EUT and the LISN was bundled.
All connecting cables of EUT and peripherals were manipulated to find the maximum emission.
All relevant operation modes have been tested, and the worst case data is included in this report.
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3.2 Radiated Emission Test Setup
The figure below shows the test setup, which is utilized to make these measurements.
1.0~4.0m
Antenna
Tower
Receiver
Antenna
3m
0.8m
Ground Plane
□
3m Chamber
RF Test
Receiver
Test setup of radiated emissions up to 1GHz
1.0~4.0m
Antenna
Tower
Receiver
Antenna
3m
0.8m
Ground Plane
□
RF Test Spectrum
Analyzer
Test setup of radiated emissions above 1GHz
Figure 3.2.1
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3.3 AC Line Conducted Emission Test Setup
AC Power
LISN 1
EUT
EMI
Receiver
Peripherals
LISN 2
AC Power
Figure 3.3.1
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3.4 Conducted Emission Test Configuration
The setup and equipment setting were made in accordance with ANSI C63.17. The antenna of EUT
transmitter was replaced by a coaxial cable. The impendence matching of connection, cable loss and
external RF attenuator are taken into account. The EUT was arranged to communicate via a fixed carrier
frequency between its transmitter and a companion device. The transmission was configured in burst
mode with pseudo-random data as typical as normal operation.
Spectrum
Analyzer
Companion
Device
EUT
Directional
Coupler
Figure 3.4.1
3.5 Conducted Monitoring and Operation Test Configuration
Figure 3.5.1
3.6
EUT Exercising Software
The EUT exercise program (if any) used during radiated and conducted testing was designed to exercise
the various system components in a manner similar to a typical use.
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3.7 Details of EUT and Description of Accessories
Details of EUT:
An AC adaptor (provided with the unit) or four 1.5V AA alkaline batteries were used to power the
device. Their descriptions are listed below.
(1)
(2)
An AC adaptor (100-240VAC 50/60Hz 150mA to 6VDC 500mA, Model: S003GU0600050)
(Supplied by Client)
Four 1.5V AA alkaline batteries (Supplied by Intertek)
Description of Accessories:
(1)
Parent Unit (FCC ID: 2AEFK-SCD730H) (Supplied by Client)
3.8 Measurement Uncertainty
When determining of the test conclusion, the Measurement Uncertainty of test has been considered. The
values of the Measurement uncertainty for radiated emission test, AC line conducted emission test and
RF conducted test, frequency stability and timing jitter are ± 5.3dB, ± 4.2dB, ±1dB, ±23Hz, 0.1µs
respectively.
Uncertainty and Compliance - Unless the standard specifically states that measured values are to be
extended by the measurement uncertainty in determining compliance, all compliance determinations are
based on the actual measured value.
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4.0 MEASUREMENT RESULTS
4.1
Antenna Requirement, FCC Rule 15.317:
EUT must meet the antenna requirement of FCC Rule 15.203.
[×]
EUT uses permanently attached antenna(s) which is considered sufficient to comply with the
provisions of this rule. Please refer to internal photos.pdf for more details.
[ ]
EUT uses unique antenna jack(s) or electrical connector(s) which is considered sufficient to
comply with the provisions of this rule. Please refer to internal photos.pdf for more details.
4.2
Digital Modulation Techniques, FCC Rule 15.319(b):
All transmissions must use only digital modulation techniques.
The requirements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.1.4.
Attestation:
Please refer to the technical description (descri.pdf) or relevant DECT standards for more details.
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4.3
Emission Bandwidth, FCC Rule 15.323(a):
Operation shall be contained within the 1920 – 1930 MHz band. The emission bandwidth (B) shall be less
than 2.5 MHz and greater than 50 kHz.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.1.3. Test setup is shown in section
3.4 Figure 3.4.1.
Test Results:
I. Baby unit - Traffic Carrier
Channel Frequency
Channel
(MHz)
Lowest
1921.536
Highest
1928.448
Measuring Signal
Level
26 dB down
Measured Emission
Bandwidth (MHz)
1.50
26 dB down
1.48
The plots of emission bandwidth are saved as below.
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Results
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Pass
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PLOTS OF EMISSION BANDWIDTH
Baby unit, Lowest channel, Traffic carrier
Baby unit, Highest channel, Traffic carrier
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4.4 Directional Gain of the Antenna, FCC Rule FCC 15.319(e):
The peak transmit power shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the maximum directional gain of the
antenna exceeds 3 dBi.
The requirements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 4.3.1.
[×]
Manufacturer declares that the directional gain of the antenna is less than or equal to 3dBi. No
peak transmit power reduction is required.
[ ]
Manufacturer declares that the directional gain of the antenna is greater than 3dBi. The peak
transmit power shall be reduced by
dB.
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4.5
Peak Transmit Power, FCC Rule 15.319(c):
The peak transmit power (PEUT) shall not exceed 100µW multiplied by the square root of the emission
bandwidth (B) in Hz or 5 log10 B – 10 dBm. The peak transmit power shall be reduced by the amount in dB
that the maximum directional gain of the antenna exceeds 3 dBi.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.1.2. Test setup is shown in section
3.4 Figure 3.4.1. The cable loss and/or external attenuation are included in OFFSET function of spectrum
analyzer.
Calculation of Peak Transmit Power Limit (Pmax):
[×]
Pmax = 5 log10 B – 10 dBm
when GA ≤ 3dBi
[ ]
Pmax = 5 log10 B – 10 dBm – (GA – 3dBi)
when GA > 3dBi
Where
GA
= EUT Antenna 0 and 1 Gain: 0 dBi for Baby Unit
= Measured Emission Bandwidth
Test Results:
I. Baby unit - Traffic Carrier
Channel
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Lowest
1921.536
Highest
Measured Peak Transmit Power
(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
Results
19.56
20.88
Pass
19.38
20.85
Pass
1928.448
The plots of peak transmit power are saved as below.
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PLOTS OF PEAK TRANSMIT POWER
Baby unit, Lowest channel, Traffic carrier
Baby unit, Highest channel, Traffic carrier
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4.6
Power Spectral Density, FCC Rule 15.319(d):
Power spectral density shall not exceed 3 mW (4.8dBm) in any 3 kHz bandwidth as measured with a
spectrum analyzer having a resolution bandwidth of 3 kHz.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.1.5. Test setup is shown in section
3.4 Figure 3.4.1.
Test Results:
I. Baby unit - Traffic Carrier
Channel
Channel Frequency
(MHz)
Lowest
1921.536
Measured Power
Spectral Density
(dBm/3kHz)
-5.0
Highest
1928.448
-9.8
The plots of the power spectral density are as below.
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Limit
(dBm/3 kHz)
Results
4.8
Pass
4.8
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PLOTS OF THE POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY
Baby unit, Lowest channel, Traffic carrier
Baby unit, Highest channel, Traffic carrier
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4.7
Automatic Discontinuation of Transmission, FCC Rule 15.319(f):
The EUT shall automatically discontinue transmission in case of either absence of information to transmit
or operational failure. These provisions are not intended to preclude transmission of control and signaling
information or use of repetitive codes used by certain digital technologies to complete frame or burst
intervals.
The manufacturer declares that the EUT can automatically discontinue transmission in case of either
absent information to transmit or operational failure. Please refer to the declaration letter for details,
which is saved with filename: declaration.pdf.
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4.8
Unwanted Emission Inside the Sub-Band, FCC Rule 15.323(d):
Emissions inside the sub-band must comply with the following emission mask:
1.
In the bands between 1B and 2B measured from the center of the emission bandwidth, emission
shall be at least 30 dB below the permitted peak transmit power.
2.
In the bands between 2B and 3B measured from the center of the emission bandwidth, emission
shall be at least 50 dB below the permitted peak transmit power.
3.
In the bands between 3B and the band edge, emission shall be at least 60 dB below the permitted
peak transmit power.
Where
B = emission bandwidth in Hz
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.1.6.1. Test setup is shown in
section 3.4 Figure 3.4.1
Test Results:
I. Baby unit - Traffic Carrier
Channel
Channel Frequency (MHz)
Results
Lowest
1921.536
Pass
Middle
1924.992
Pass
Highest
1928.448
Pass
The plots of the unwanted emission inside the sub-band are as below.
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PLOTS OF THE UNWANTED EMISSION INSIDE THE SUB-BAND
Baby unit, Lowest channel, Traffic carrier
Baby unit, Middle channel, Traffic carrier
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PLOTS OF THE UNWANTED EMISSION INSIDE THE SUB-BAND
Baby unit, Highest channel, Traffic carrier
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4.9
Emissions Outside the Sub-Band, FCC Rule 15.323(d):
Emissions outside the sub-band shall be attenuated below a reference power of 112 mW (20.5 dBm)
as follows:
1.
2.
3.
30 dB between the band edge and 1.25 MHz above or below the band;
50 dB between 1.25 and 2.5 MHz above or below the band; and
60 dB at 2.5 MHz or greater above or below the band, or shall meet the requirement of FCC Rule
15.319(g) which shall not exceed the limits of FCC Rule 15.209.
Example: Calculation of Limit for emissions between the band edge and 1.25 MHz (1920.000 –
1918.750 MHz)
The emissions shall not exceed the Limit: 20.5 dBm – 30 dB = -9.5 dBm
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.1.6.2. Radiated emissions test
method is used. Emissions that are directly caused by digital circuits in the transmit path and transmitter
portion are measured.
Test setup is shown in section 3.2 Figure 3.2.1
Test Results:
Channel
Lowest
Highest
Carrier Frequency
(MHz)
1921.536
1928.448
Measured Band (MHz)
Results
1920.000 - 1918.750
Limit
(dBm)
-9.5
1918.750 - 1917.500
0.009 - 1917.500 &
1932.500 - 19300.000
1930.000 - 1931.250
-29.5
-39.5 / FCC
Rule 15.209
-9.5
Pass
1931.250 - 1932.500
0.009 – 1917.500 &
1932.500 - 19300.000
-29.5
-39.5 / FCC
Rule 15.209
Pass
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Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
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4.9.1 Radiated Emissions Configuration Photographs:
Worst Case Radiated Emission
at
1917.216 MHz
The worst case radiated emission configuration photographs are saved with filename: config photos.pdf
4.9.2 Radiated Emissions Data:
Data are included of the worst case configuration (the configuration which resulted in the highest
emission levels). A sample calculation, configuration photographs and data tables of the emissions are
included. All measurements were performed with peak detection unless otherwise specified.
The data in table 1-3 list the significant emission frequencies, the limit and the margin of compliance.
Judgement:
Passed by 12.2 dB margin
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RADIATED EMISSIONS DATA
Mode: Transmission
Table 1, Baby Unit
Pursuant to FCC Part 15 Section 15.323 (d) Emissions Requirements
Lowest Channel
Polarization
Frequency
(MHz)
1917.216
1918.683
1919.938
3843.072
5764.608
7686.144
9607.680
11529.216
13450.752
Measured
Power
(dBm)
-51.7
-47.4
-39.4
-51.8
-59.0
-58.2
-57.0
-55.0
-53.8
Power
Limit
(dBm)
-39.5
-29.5
-9.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
NOTES:
1.
Peak detector is used for the emission measurement.
2.
All measurements were made at 3 meters.
3.
Negative value in the margin column shows emission below limit.
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Margin
(dB)
-12.2
-17.9
-29.9
-12.3
-19.5
-18.7
-17.5
-15.5
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Mode: Transmission
Table 2, Baby Unit
Pursuant to FCC Part 15 Section 15.323 (d) Emissions Requirements
Highest Channel
Polarization
Frequency
(MHz)
1930.190
1931.340
1932.566
3856.896
5785.344
7713.792
9642.240
11570.688
13499.136
Measured
Power
(dBm)
-39.5
-47.6
-51.8
-52.1
-59.0
-58.1
-57.1
-54.7
-53.6
Power
Limit
(dBm)
-9.5
-29.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
NOTES:
1. Peak detector is used for the emission measurement.
2. All measurements were made at 3 meters.
3. Negative value in the margin column shows emission below limit.
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Margin
(dB)
-30.0
-18.1
-12.3
-12.6
-19.5
-18.6
-17.6
-15.2
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Mode: Talk
Table 3, Baby Unit
Pursuant to FCC Part 15 Section 15.323 (d) Emissions Requirements
Polarization
Frequency
(MHz)
98.299
112.715
157.182
219.721
326.553
393.236
597.081
786.440
Measured
Power
(dBm)
-75.4
-73.1
-75.8
-76.4
-72.1
-66.1
-70.5
-66.1
Power
Limit
(dBm)
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
-39.5
NOTES:
1.
Peak detector is used for the emission measurement.
2.
All measurements were made at 3 meters.
3.
Negative value in the margin column shows emission below limit.
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Margin
(dB)
-35.9
-33.6
-36.3
-36.9
-32.6
-26.6
-31.0
-26.6
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4.9.3 Field Strength Calculation
The field strength is calculated by adding the reading on the Spectrum Analyzer to the factors associated
with preamplifiers (if any), antennas, cables, pulse desensitization and average factors (when specified
limit is in average and measurements are made with peak detectors). A sample calculation is included
below.
FS = RA + AF + CF - AG + PD + AV
Where FS = Field Strength in dBµV/m
RA = Receiver Amplitude (including preamplifier) in dBµV
CF = Cable Attenuation Factor in dB
AF = Antenna Factor in dB
AG = Amplifier Gain in dB
PD = Pulse Desensitization in dB
AV = Average Factor in -dB
In the radiated emission table which follows, the reading shown on the data table may reflect the
preamplifier gain. An example of the calculations, where the reading does not reflect the preamplifier gain,
follows:
FS = RA + AF + CF - AG + PD + AV
Example
Assume a receiver reading of 62.0 dBµV is obtained. The antenna factor of 7.4 dB and cable factor of 1.6
dB is added. The amplifier gain of 29.0 dB is subtracted. The pulse desensitization factor of the spectrum
analyzer is 0.0 dB, and the resultant average factor is -10.0 dB. The net field strength for comparison to the
appropriate emission limit is 32.0 dBµV/m. This value in dBµV/m is converted to its corresponding level in
µV/m.
RA = 62.0 dBµV
AF = 7.4 dB
CF = 1.6 dB
AG = 29.0 dB
PD = 0.0 dB
AV = -10 dB
FS = 62.0 + 7.4 + 1.6 – 29.0 + 0.0 + (-10.0) = 32.0 dBµV/m
Level in µV/m = Common Antilogarithm [(32.0 dBµV/m)/20] = 39.8 µV/m
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4.9.4
Average Factor Calculation and Transmitter ON Time Measurements, FCC Rule 15.35(b, c)
[ ]
The EUT antenna output port was connected to the input of the spectrum analyzer. The analyzer
center frequency was set to EUT RF channel carrier. The SPAN function on the analyzer was set to
ZERO. The transmitter ON time was determined from the resultant time-amplitude display:
Please refer to the attached plots for more details:
The plots of Transmitter ON Time Measurements are as below.
[ ]
Please refer to the attached transmitter timing diagram that are provided by manufacturer
[×]
Not applicable - No average factor is required.
[ ]
Please refer to Technical Description (descri.pdf) for more details.
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4.10
AC Power Line Conducted Emissions, FCC Rule 15.315:
The AC power line conducted emission shall not exceed the limits of FCC Rule 15.207.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.4 sub-clause 7. Emissions that are directly caused
by digital circuits in the transmit path and transmitter portion are measured.
Test setup is shown in section 3.3 Figure 3.3.1.
[ ]
Not applicable – EUT is only powered by battery for operation.
[×]
EUT connects to AC power line. Emission Data is listed in following pages.
[ ]
Baby Unit connects to AC power line and has transmission. Parent Unit connects to AC power line
(indirectly) but has no transmission. Emission Data of Baby Unit is listed in following pages.
[ ]
Parent Unit connects to AC power line (indirectly) only during charging. Emission Data is listed in
following pages.
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4.10.1 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Configuration Photographs:
Worst Case AC Power Line Conducted Emission
at
402 kHz
The worst case AC power Line conducted emission configuration photographs are saved with filename:
config photos.pdf
4.10.2 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Data:
The plot(s) and data in the following pages list the significant emission frequencies, the limit and the
worst case margin of compliance.
Judgment:
Passed by more than 20 dB margin
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Worst Case:
Talk
RBW
9 kHz
MT
1 s
Att 10 dB AUTO PREAMP OFF
dBµV
100
1 MHz
10 MHz
90
SGL
1 PK
CLRWR 80
2 AV
CLRWR 70
TDS
CF15MQP
60
CF15MAV
50
6DB
AC
40
30
20
10
150 kHz
30 MHz
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Worst Case:
Talk
EDIT PEAK LIST (Final Measurement Results)
Trace1:
CF15MQP
Trace2:
CF15MAV
Trace3:
--TRACE
FREQUENCY
LEVEL dBµV
DELTA LIMIT dB
1 Quasi Peak
402 kHz
34.26
-23.54
546 kHz
1 Quasi Peak
29.31
-26.69
708 kHz
1 Quasi Peak
31.52
-24.47
879 kHz
1 Quasi Peak
28.81 L1
-27.18
1.2165 MHz
1 Quasi Peak
30.26
-25.73
1 Quasi Peak
1.5495 MHz
29.75 L1
-26.24
1 Quasi Peak
4.1415 MHz
26.68
-29.31
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4.11
Frame Repetition Stability, FCC Rule 15.323(e):
[ ]
EUT implements Time Division Duplex (TDD) (not include TDMA) in order to support duplex
connection on a given frequency carrier shall maintain a frame repetition rate whereby 3 x
standard deviation of the frequency stability shall not exceed 50 ppm, not including a shift of
the mean.
[×]
EUT uses Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) in order to support multiple communication links
on a given frequency carrier shall maintain a frame repetition rate whereby 3 x standard
deviation of the frequency stability shall not exceed 10 ppm, not including a shift of the mean.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.2.2. Test setup is shown in section
3.4 Figure 3.4.1. A spectrum analyzer measures the time duration between rising edges of two
consecutive frames over a time period of at least 1000 frame periods. These measurement values are
used to compute the 3 x standard deviation of the frequency stability.
Test Results:
I. Baby unit
Maximum Frame Repetition Stability
(ppm)
0.0404
Limit
(ppm)
±10
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Pass
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4.12
Frame Period and Jitter, FCC Rule 15.323(e):
The frame period (a set of consecutive time slots in which the position of each time slot can be
identified by reference to a synchronizing source) of EUT operating in these sub-bands shall be 20 ms
or 10 ms/X where X is a positive whole number.
The jitter (time-related, abrupt, spurious variations in the duration of the frame interval) introduced at
the two ends of such a communication link shall not exceed 25 µs for any two consecutive
transmissions. Transmissions shall be continuous in every time and spectrum window during the frame
period defined for EUT.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.2.3. Test setup is shown in section
3.4 Figure 3.4.1. A spectrum analyzer measures the time duration between the rising edges of two
consecutive frames. The measurements are taken over 100,000 frames. These measurement values are
used to compute mean value and the difference between any two consecutive frame periods. The mean
value is the frame period.
Test Results:
I. Baby unit
Measured Maximum Jitter (µs)
-0.2120
Limit (µs)
±25
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Pass
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4.13
Carrier Frequency Stability, FCC Rule 15.323(f):
The carrier frequency stability of EUT shall be maintained within +/-10 ppm at the following conditions:
1.
2.
3.
Over 1 hour at nominal supply voltage and a temperature of +20 °C;
Over a variation in the primary supply voltage of 85 % to 115 % of nominal supply voltage at a
temperature of +20 °C. This test does not apply to an EUT that is only powered by battery for
operation;
Over a temperature variation of -20 °C to +50 °C or at extreme temperatures as declared by
manufacturer, and at nominal supply voltage.
For Baby unit:
The nominal supply voltage: 115 VAC and/or 6.0 VDC the extreme temperatures of -20°C to +50°C are
declared by manufacturer.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 6.2.1 The EUT and CMD60 is
connected with shielded coaxial cable. The EUT is controlled by DECT Radio Communication Tester,
CMD60, to use a fixed frequency channel during test as well as record the frequency offset. The
transmission of EUT is in burst mode with pseudo-random data. Test setup is shown as follows.
EUT
CMD60
Test Results:
I a. Carrier Frequency Stability over time - powered by AC
Supply
Temperature
Measured Frequency Offset
Voltage
( C)
Over an hour (ppm)
Max.
Min.
Nominal
+20oC
1.22
-0.34
Limit
(ppm)
Result
±10
Pass
I b. Carrier Frequency Stability over Power Supply Voltage - powered by AC
Supply
Temperature
Measured Frequency Offset
Limit
Voltage
( C)
(ppm)
(ppm)
85%
+20 C
0.7
±10
115%
+20oC
0.7
I c. Carrier Frequency Stability over Temperature - powered by AC
Supply
Temperature
Measured Frequency Offset
Voltage
( C)
(ppm)
Nominal
-20 C
3.3
Nominal
+50 C
-1.9
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Results
Pass
±10
Pass
Limit
(ppm)
±10
Results
±10
Pass
Pass
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4.13
Carrier Frequency Stability, FCC Rule 15.323(f): -Continued
Test Results:
II a. Carrier Frequency Stability over time - powered by DC
Supply
Temperature
Measured Frequency Offset
Voltage
( C)
Over an hour (ppm)
Max.
Min.
Nominal
+20oC
0.80
-0.24
Limit
(ppm)
Result
±10
Pass
II b. Carrier Frequency Stability over Power Supply Voltage - powered by DC
Supply
Temperature
Measured Frequency Offset
Limit
Voltage
( C)
(ppm)
(ppm)
85%
+20 C
NA
±10
115%
+20oC
NA
II c. Carrier Frequency Stability over Temperature - powered by DC
Supply
Temperature
Measured Frequency Offset
Voltage
(oC)
Over an hour (ppm)
Results
Pass
±10
Pass
Limit
(ppm)
Result
Nominal
-20oC
2.36
±10
Pass
Nominal
+50oC
-1.80
±10
Pass
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4.14
Monitoring Threshold:
Monitoring threshold can be relaxed according to FCC Rule 15.323(c)(9). EUT that has a power output
lower than the maximum permitted under FCC Rule 15.319(c) may increase their monitoring detection
threshold by one decibel for each one decibel that the transmitter power is below the maximum
permitted.
Calculation of Monitoring Threshold Limit:
Monitoring Threshold (T)
Where
≤ -174 + 10 log10 B + ML + Pmax - PEUT dBm
≤ 15 log10 B - 184 + ML - PEUT dBm
Pmax
= Measured Emission Bandwidth of baby unit – 1.50 x106Hz
= Specified by the manufacturer declared in declaration.pdf for Monitoring Threshold
(TL)
= 5 log10 B – 10 dBm
PEUT
= Measured Peak Transmit Power of baby unit - 19.56 dBm
ML
Calculated Monitoring Threshold Limits:
I. Baby unit
Monitoring Threshold (TL + UM) in dBm
-74.9
NA - Not applicable
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4.14.1 Monitoring Threshold Limit, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(2):
[×]
Not applicable – EUT supports at least of 20 duplex system access channels and
implements Least Interfered Channel (LIC) algorithm. Please refer to the section 4.14.2
for more details.
[ ]
The monitoring threshold must not be more than 30 dB above the thermal noise
power for a bandwidth equivalent to the emission bandwidth used by EUT.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 7.3.1. Test setup is shown in section
3.5 Figure 3.5.1. The test is performed on the carrier closest to center of the band. RF signal generators
apply uniform CW interference on all EUT carriers each at level TL + UM + 10 dB. Then, the interference
level is reduced uniformly on all carriers until the EUT can transmit. The interference level shall be lower
than or equal to the threshold limit.
Test Results:
I. Baby unit
Measured Maximum Interference Level
(dBm)
NA
Monitoring Threshold Limit (dBm)
(TL + UM)
-74.9
NA - Not applicable
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NA
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4.14.2 Least Interfered Channel, LIC, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(5):
[ ]
Not implemented – EUT met monitoring threshold requirements. Please refer to the section
4.14.1 for more details
[×]
If access to spectrum is not available as determined by section 4.14.1 and a minimum of 20
duplex system access channels are defined for the EUT, the time and spectrum windows with
the lowest power level may be accessed
Number of duplex channels per frequency channel
12
Number of frequency channel
Total Duplex Channels
60
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4.14.2.1 Least Interfered Channel (LIC) Selection, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(5):
The criteria are specified in section 4.14.2. In addition, the power measurement resolution for this
comparison must be accurate to within 6 dB.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 7.3.2. Test setup is shown in section
3.5 Figure 3.5.1. RF signal generators apply uniform CW interference on all EUT carriers except two
carriers (designated f1 and f2), each at level TL + UM + 14dB (cases 1 and 2) and TL + UM + 8dB (cases 3 and
4). EUT can only transmit on f2 carrier (cases 1 and 3) and f1 carrier (cases 2 and 4).
Test Descriptions and Results:
I. LIC Procedure - Baby unit
Test Descriptions
Apply interference on f1 at level TL + UM + 7 dB.
Apply interference on f2 at level TL + UM.
Initiate transmission. Verify transmission on f2.
Terminate transmission. Repeat 5 times.
Apply interference on f1 at level TL + UM.
Apply interference on f2 at level TL + UM + 7 dB.
Initiate transmission. Verify transmission on f1.
Terminate transmission. Repeat 5 times.
Apply interference on f1 at level TL + UM + 1 dB.
Apply interference on f2 at level TL + UM - 6 dB.
Initiate transmission. Verify transmission on f2.
Terminate transmission. Repeat 5 times.
Apply interference on f1 at level TL + UM - 6 dB.
Apply interference on f2 at level TL + UM + 1 dB.
Initiate transmission. Verify transmission on f1.
Terminate transmission. Repeat 5 times.
NA - Not applicable
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EUT Transmits on
Results
f2
Pass
f1
Pass
f2
Pass
f1
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4.14.2.2
Least Interfered Channel (LIC) Confirmation, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(5):
EUT utilizing the provision of FCC Rule 15.323(c)(5) must have monitored all access channels defined for
its system within the last 10 s and must verify, within the 20 ms (40 ms for EUT designed to use a 20 ms
frame period) immediately preceding actual channel access that the detected power of the selected time
and spectrum windows is no higher than the previously detected value.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 7.3.3. This test is performed in
section 4.14.2 and 4.15.
Results:
The tests are reported in section 4.14.2 and 4.15.
4.14.2.3
Maximum Spectrum Occupancy, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(5):
No EUT or group of co-operating EUTs located within 1 meter of each other shall during any frame period
occupy more than 6 MHz of aggregate bandwidth, or alternatively, more than one third of the time and
spectrum windows defined by the EUT.
Attestation:
According to the technical description provided, the total number of the time and spectrum windows
defined by the system is 5*12 = 60.
During any frame period, the maximum number of time and spectrum windows occupied by the system
will be 12, which is less than one third of the time and spectrum windows defined by the system.
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4.15 Monitoring Time, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(1):
Immediately prior to initiating transmission, EUT must monitor the combined time and spectrum
windows in which they intend to transmit for a period of at least 10 ms for EUT designed to use a 10
ms or shorter frame period, or at least 20 ms for EUT designed to use a 20 ms frame period.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 7.3.3. Test setup is shown in section
3.5 Figure 3.5.1. RF signal generators apply uniform CW interference on all system carriers except two
carriers (designated f1 and f2), each at level TL + UM. + 20dB. EUT can only transmit on these two carriers.
Test Descriptions and Results:
I. Baby unit
Test Descriptions
Apply interference on f1 at level TL + UM + 20dB, and no
interference on f2.
Initiate transmission. Verify transmission on f2. Then,
terminate transmission.
Apply interference on f2 at level TL + UM + 20dB, and remove
interference from f1 immediately.
Also immediately initiate transmission but is at least 20 ms
after interference on f2 is applied. Verify transmission on f1.
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EUT Transmits on
Results
f2
Pass
f1
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4.16
Maximum Transmit Period, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(3):
If no signal above the threshold level is detected, transmission may commence and continue with the
same emission bandwidth in the monitored time and spectrum windows without further monitoring.
However, occupation of the same combined time and spectrum windows by a EUT or group of cooperating EUTs continuously over a period of time longer than 8 hours is not permitted without repeating
the access criteria.
EUT establishes a communication channel with its companion device, which occupies the duplex pair
combined time and spectrum windows. Reference RF signal generator synchronized with the sample and
then generated a pulse as a time frame reference. The centre frequency of spectrum analyzer was set to
the carrier frequency and the SPAN was set to ZERO. The spectrum analyzer was used to monitor the time
(reference to the time signal) and spectrum of the communication channel. The occupied time or
spectrum of the communication channel shall be changed over a period of time no longer than 8 hours.
For a EUT with a frame period of 10/X ms, no more than 2,880,000 X frames should be transmitted
without a break.
Test setup is shown as follows:
Companion
Device
Reference
RF Signal
Generator
Spectrum
Analyzer
EUT
Combiner
Test Results:
I. Baby unit
Measured Maximum Transmission Duration
(minutes)
360
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Limit
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480
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4.17
System Acknowledgement, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(4):
Once access to specific combined time and spectrum windows is obtained an acknowledgment from a
system participant must be received by the initiating transmitter within one second or transmission
must cease. Periodic acknowledgments must be received at least every 30 seconds or transmission
must cease. Channels used exclusively for control and signaling information may transmit continuously
for 30 seconds without receiving an acknowledgment, at which time the access criteria must be
repeated.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 8.1.1 and 8.2.1. Test setup is shown
in section 3.5 Figure 3.5.1.
Test Results:
I. Baby Unit
[×]
Timing for EUTs using control and signaling channel type transmissions:
Conditions
Time needed to repeat access criteria
[×]
Transmission
Duration
(seconds)
1.28
Limit
(seconds)
Results
30
Pass
Limit
(seconds)
Results
30
NA
Pass
Timing for EUTs using communications channel type transmissions:
Conditions
Activate EUT w/ companion device off
Time needed to cease Traffic Channel
Transmission
Duration
(seconds)
NA
5.1
NA - Not applicable
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4.18
Random Waiting, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(6):
If the selected combined time and spectrum windows are unavailable, the EUT may either monitor and
select different windows or seek to use the same windows after waiting an amount of time, randomly
chosen from a uniform random distribution between 10 and 150 ms, commencing when the channel
becomes available.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 8.1.2 or 8.1.3. Test setup is shown in
section 3.5 Figure 3.5.1.
Test Results:
I. Baby unit
[×]
Random Waiting is not implemented in the EUT:
Conditions
Interference applied at operating Channel, f1
[ ]
Transmit Channel
f2
Results
Pass
Random Waiting is implemented in the EUT:
Maximum Time Interval from the End of
Interference to the Start of the Control Channel
NA
The Distribution of the
Measured Time Intervals
NA
NA - Not applicable
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Results
NA
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4.19
Monitoring Bandwidth, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(7).1:
The monitoring bandwidth must be equal to or greater than the emission bandwidth of the intended
transmission.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 7.4. Test setup is shown in section
3.5 Figure 3.5.1.
Attestation:
[×]
[ ]
Monitoring bandwidth of the EUT is equal to the occupied bandwidth of the intended
transmission. Monitoring is made through the radio receiver used by the EUT for
communication. Please refer to the section 2.2 Technical Description for more details.
Designed bandwidth refers to section 4.3 Emission Bandwidth.
Compliance is demonstrated by Monitoring Bandwidth Tests as shown below.
Test Results:
Ia.
Simple Compliance Test Results - Baby unit
Interference from Carrier
Reaction of EUT
-30% EBW
NA
+30% EBW
NA
Ib.
Detailed Compliance Test Results - Baby unit
CW Interference from Carrier
+ 6 dB
+ 12 dB
- 6 dB
- 12 dB
– Could Transmit
– Could not Transmit
NA
– Not applicable
Reaction of EUT
NA
NA
NA
NA
*Remarks: Detailed Compliance Test was used to show the compliance of the EUT.
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Results
NA
NA
Results
NA
NA
NA
NA
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4.20
Maximum Reaction Time, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(7).2:
The monitoring system bandwidth must have a maximum reaction time less than 50 x SQRT
(1.25/emission bandwidth B in MHz) µs for signals at the applicable threshold level but shall not be
required to be less than 50 µs. If a signal is detected that is 6 dB or more above the applicable
threshold level, the maximum reaction time shall be 35 x SQRT (1.25/emission bandwidth B in MHz) µs
but shall not be required to be less than 35 µs.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 7.5. Test setup is shown in section
3.5 Figure 3.5.1.
Test Results:
4.21
Test
Apply Interference Pulse 50µs on f1 at pulsed
level TL + Um,
then apply a CW signal on f2 at the level TL
Change Interference Pulse to 35µs on f1 at pulsed level TL +
Um + 6dB,
Reaction of EUT
Results
f2
Pass
f2
Pass
Monitoring Antenna, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(8):
The monitoring system shall use the same antenna used for transmission, or an antenna that yields
equivalent reception at that location.
[×]
EUT uses the same antenna used for transmission and monitoring that is in compliance meet
above provision.
[ ]
EUT uses difference antenna used for transmission and monitoring. It must be verified that
the monitoring antenna provides coverage equivalent to that of the transmitting antenna.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 4.
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4.22
Duplex Connections, FCC 15.323(c)(10):
An initiating device may attempt to establish a duplex connection by monitoring both its intended
transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) time and spectrum windows. If both the intended transmit and receive
time and spectrum windows meet the access criteria, then the initiating device can initiate a
transmission in the intended transmit time and spectrum window. If the power detected by the
responding device can be decoded as a duplex connection signal from the initiating device, then the
responding device may immediately begin transmitting on the receive time and spectrum window
monitored by the initiating device.
Attestation:
[×]
The Parent Unit is the initiating device of the duplex connection
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 8.3. Test setup is shown in section
3.5 Figure 3.5.1.
Test Results:
Ia. Baby unit
Dual Access Criteria Check for EUT not implemented the LIC algorithm and do not offer at least
[ ]
20 duplex communications channels:
Interference
All Tx and Rx Window, except one for Rx Window
All Tx and Rx Window, except one for Tx Window
Reaction of EUT
NA
NA
Results
NA
NA
Ib. Baby unit
Dual Access Criteria Check for EUT implemented the LIC algorithm and offer at least 20 duplex
[×]
communications channels:
Interference
All Tx windows with level TL + UM & Rx windows with level T L
+ UM + 7dB, except one for Tx window & one for Rx window,
which are not duplex.
All Tx windows with level T L + UM + 7dB & Rx windows with
level T L + UM, except one for Tx window & one for Rx, which
are not duplex
–
–
–
–
NA
– Not applicable
Reaction of EUT
Results
NA
NA
NA
NA
Could be connected on the target Rx window and its duplex mate
Could be connected on the target Tx window and its duplex mate
Connected on window which is not the target Tx/Rx window
Could not be connected
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4.23
Alternative Monitoring Interval for Co-located Device, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(11):
An initiating device that is prevented from monitoring during its intended transmit window due to
monitoring system blocking from the transmissions of a co-located (within one meter) transmitter of
the same system, may monitor the portions of the time and spectrum windows in which they intend to
receive over a period of at least 10 ms. The monitored time and spectrum window must total at least
50 % of the 10 ms frame interval and the monitored spectrum must be within the 1.25 MHz frequency
channel(s) already occupied by that device or co-located co-operating devices. If the access criteria is
met for the intended receive time and spectrum window under the above conditions, then
transmission in the intended transmit window by the initiating device may commence.
Measurements are made in accordance with ANSI C63.17 sub-clause 8.4.
Attestation:
[ ]
Appropriate as it is co-located device, in which the monitoring system will be blocked from the
transmissions of a co-located (Within one meter) transmitter of the same system. Please refer
to attachment, 15.323(c)(11).pdf, for details.
[×]
Not appropriate, as the system always monitor both the transmit and receive time/spectrum
windows, it is not a co-located device.
4.24
Fair Access, FCC Rule 15.323(c)(12):
The provisions of FCC Rule 15.323(c)(10) or (c)(11) shall not be used to extend the range of spectrum
occupied over space or time for the purpose of denying fair access to spectrum to other devices.
Attestation:
The manufacturer declares that the device does not use any mechanisms as provided by Part
15.323(c)(10) or (c)(11) to extend the range of spectrum occupied over space or time for the purpose of
denying fair access to spectrum to other devices.
Please refer to the declaration letter which is saved with filename: declaration.pdf.
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5.0 EQUIPMENT LIST
1) Radiated Emissions Test
Equipment
Biconical Antenna
Registration No.
EW-0571
Manufacturer
EMCO
Model No.
3104C
Calibration Date
February 27, 2018
Calibration Due Date
August 27, 2019
Equipment
Registration No.
Manufacturer
Model No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Due Date
Equipment
Registration No.
Manufacturer
Model No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Due Date
Equipment
Registration No.
Manufacturer
Model No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Due Date
BiConiLog Antenna ‐
26MHz to 6000MHz
EW‐3061
EMCO
3142E
November 02, 2017
November 02, 2018
Notch Filter (cutoff
frequency 1.9GHz to
2.0GHz)
EW-2360
MICROWAVE
N0319502
January 17, 2018
January 17, 2019
Spectrum Analyzer
EW-3110
R&S
FSP30
March 05, 2018
March 05, 2019
Log Periodic Antenna
Double Ridged Guide
Antenna
EW-1133
EMCO
3115
May 24, 2017
November 24, 2018
EW-0447
EMCO
3146
January 17, 2018
July 17, 2019
12m Double Shield RF RF Cable 30cm (1-26)GHz
Cable (20MHz to 6GHz)
EW-1852
RADIALL
N(m)-RG142 - N(m)
January 19, 2018
January 19, 2019
EW-2268
RADIALL
SMA(M)/SHF5M/SMA(
M)30cm
August 23, 2017
August 23, 2018
Pyramidal Horn Antenna
(18.0 - 26.5)GHz
EW-0905
EMCO
3160-09
August 18, 2017
February 18, 2019
2) Conducted Emissions Test
Equipment
EMI Test Receiver
Registration No.
Manufacturer
Model No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Due Date
EMI Test Receiver
EW-3156
ROHDESCHWARZ
ESR26
November 10, 2017
November 10, 2018
EW-3156
ROHDESCHWARZ
ESR26
November 10, 2017
November 10, 2018
RF Cable 9kHz to
1000MHz
EW-3170
N/A
9kHz to 1000MHz
May 11, 2018
May 11, 2019
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LISN
EW-2874
R&S
ENV-216
March 29, 2018
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3) Conductive Measurement Test
Equipment
Coaxial Directional
Coupler
Registration No.
Manufacturer
Model No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Due Date
Equipment
Registration No.
Manufacturer
Model No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Due Date
Equipment
Registration No.
Manufacturer
Model No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Due Date
EW-2337
MAGNA
4222-16
Nil*
Nil*
EW-3110
R&S
FSP30
March 05, 2018
March 05, 2019
Digital
Radiocommunication
Tester for DECT
EW-2460
ROHDESCHWARZ
CMD60
June 20, 2018
June 20, 2019
Signal Generator
Temperature &
Humidity Chamber
EW-2134
GIANT FORCE
GTH-750-40-CP-SD
August 29, 2017
September 04, 2018
DECT 01 02 03 (SMA SMA) Cable x 3 pcs
EW-3102
N/A
EMC2 SMA - SMA
June 06, 2018
June 06, 2019
EW-3250
R&S
SMB100A
November 13, 2017
November 13, 2018
Spectrum Analyzer
Power Combiner 10 to
2500 MHz
EW-3067
MINICIRCUITS
15542 ZFSC-2-2500 0
0106
April 13, 2018
April 13, 2019
END OF TEST REPORT
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