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Version
TEST REPORT NO.
HCT-R-1612-F074
DATE
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DESCRIPTION
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Table of Contents
1. CLIENT INFORMATION................................................................................................................................ 4
2. FACILITIES AND ACCREDITATIONS .......................................................................................................... 5
2.1. FACILITIES ......................................................................................................................................... 5
2.2. EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................................................... 5
3. TEST SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................................... 6
3.1. STANDARDS ...................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2. MODE OF OPERATION DURING THE TEST .................................................................................... 6
3.3. MAXIMUM MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ................................................................................... 7
4. STANDARDS ENVIRONMENTAL TEST CONDITIONS .............................................................................. 7
5. TEST EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................................................... 8
6. RF OUTPUT POWER.................................................................................................................................... 9
7. OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH .......................................................................................................................... 32
8. OUT OF BAND REJECTION ...................................................................................................................... 68
9. SPURIOUS AND HARMONIC EMISSION AT ANTENNA TERMINAL ...................................................... 71
10. RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS ..................................................................................................... 123
11. FREQUENCY STABILITY OVER TEMPERATURE AND VOLTAGE VARIATIONS .............................. 126
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1. CLIENT INFORMATION
The EUT has been tested by request of
FRTEK CO., LTD.
Company
1001, Doosan Venture Digm, 415, Heungandaero,
Dongan-Gu, Anyang-Si, Gyeonggi-do, 431-755 Korea
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EUT Type:
1.9GHz ICS Repeater
FCC Model(s):
FR-RLRL45US
Power Supply:
AC 110V ~ 240V
Frequency Ranges :
DL: 1 930 MHz ~ 1 995 MHz /
UL:1 850 MHz ~ 1 915 MHz
Conducted Output Power:
Downlink 20 W / Uplink 2 W
Antenna Gain(s):
Manufacturer does not provide an antenna.
Measurement standard(s):
ANSI/TIA-603-C-2004, KDB 971168 D01 v02r02
KDB 935210 D02 v03r02, KDB 935210 D05 v01r01
FCC Rule Part(s):
CFR 47 Part 2, Part 24
Place of Tests:
HCT CO., LTD.,
74, Seoicheon-ro 578beon-gil, Majang-myeon, Icheon-si, Gyeonggido, 17383, Rep. of KOREA
(ISED Registration Number : 5944A-5)
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2. FACILITIES AND ACCREDITATIONS
2.1. FACILITIES
The SAC(Semi-Anechoic Chamber) and conducted measurement facility used to collect the radiated data
are located at the 74, Seoicheon-ro 578beon-gil, Majang-myeon, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 17383, Rep. of
KOREA. The site is constructed in conformance with the requirements of ANSI C63.4. (Version :2003) and
CISPR Publication 22. Detailed description of test facility was submitted to the Commission and accepted
dated July 07, 2015 (Registration Number: 90661).
2.2. EQUIPMENT
Radiated emissions are measured with one or more of the following types of Linearly polarized antennas:
tuned dipole, bi-conical, log periodic, bi-log, and/or ridged waveguide, horn. Spectrum analyzers with preselectors and quasi-peak detectors are used to perform radiated measurements.
Calibrated wideband preamplifiers, coaxial cables, and coaxial attenuators are also used for making
measurements.
All receiving equipment conforms to CISPR Publication 16-1, “Radio Interference Measuring Apparatus and
Measurement Methods.”
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3. TEST SPECIFICATIONS
3.1. STANDARDS
The following tests were conducted on a sample of the equipment for the purpose of demonstrating
compliance with FCC Part 2, Part 24.
Description
Reference (FCC)
Results
Conducted RF Output Power
§2.1046, §24.232
Compliant
Occupied Bandwidth
§2.1049
Compliant
KDB 935210 D05 v01r01
Compliant
§2.1051, §24.238
Compliant
§2.1053, §24.238
Compliant
Passband Gain and Bandwidth
& Out of Band Rejection
Spurious Emissions at Antenna
Terminals
Radiated Spurious Emissions
N/A
Frequency Stability
§2.1055, §24.235
The EUT does not perform
frequency translation
3.2. MODE OF OPERATION DURING THE TEST
The EUT was operated in a manner representative of the typical usage of the equipment.
During all testing, system components were manipulated within the confines of typical usage to maximize
each emission.
The device does not supply antenna(s) with the system, so the dummy loads were connected to the RF
output ports for radiated spurious emission testing.
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3.3. MAXIMUM MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
The value of the measurement uncertainty for the measurement of each parameter.
Coverage factor k = 2, Confidence levels of 95 %
Description
Condition
Uncertainty
Conducted RF Output Power
± 0.72 dB
Occupied Bandwidth
OBW ≤ 20 MHz
± 52 kHz
Gain
± 0.89 dB
20 dB bandwidth
± 0.58 MHz
± 1.08 dB
f ≤ 1 GHz
± 4.80 dB
f > 1 GHz
± 6.07 dB
± 1.22 x 10-6
Passband Gain
and Bandwidth
& Out of Band Rejection
Spurious Emissions at Antenna
Terminals
Radiated Spurious Emissions
Frequency Stability
4. STANDARDS ENVIRONMENTAL TEST CONDITIONS
Temperature :
+ 15 ℃ to + 35 ℃
Relative humidity:
30 % to 60 %
Air pressure
860 mbar to 1 060 mbar
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5. TEST EQUIPMENT
Manufacturer
Model / Equipment
Calibration
Calibration
Date
Interval
Serial No.
Agilent
E4438C /Signal Generator
09/02/2016
Annual
MY42082646
Agilent
N5182A /Signal Generator
03/29/2016
Annual
MY50141649
Agilent
N5182A /Signal Generator
05/13/2016
Annual
MY47070230
Agilent
N9030A / Spectrum Analyzer
11/30/2016
Annual
MY49431210
Weinschel
67-30-33 / Fixed Attenuator
02/16/2016
Annual
CC7264
Weinschel
1506A / Power Divider
02/15/2016
Annual
MD793
DEAYOUNG ENT
DFSS60 / AC Power Supply
04/06/2016
Annual
1003030-1
10/21/2016
Annual
NY-2009012201A
NANGYEUL CO., LTD.
NY-THR18750 /
Temperature and Humidity Chamber
Innco system
MA4000-EP / Antenna Position Tower
N/A
N/A
N/A
Innco system
CT0800 / Turn Table
N/A
N/A
N/A
Innco system
CO3000 / Controller(Antenna mast)
N/A
N/A
CO3000-4p
ETS
2090 / Controller(Turn table)
N/A
N/A
1646
Rohde&Schwarz
Loop Antenna
02/23/2016
Biennial
1513-175
Schwarzbeck
VULB 9168 / Hybrid Antenna
04/15/2015
Biennial
255
Schwarzbeck
BBHA 9120D / Horn Antenna
12/11/2015
Biennial
9120D-1191
Rohde & Schwarz
FSP / Spectrum Analyzer
09/29/2016
Annual
836650/016
Rohde & Schwarz
FSV40-N / Spectrum Analyzer
09/23/2016
Annual
101068-SZ
Wainwright Instruments
WHK1.2/15G-10EF / Highpass Filter
04/11/2016
Annual
Wainwright Instruments
WHK3.0/18G-10EF / Highpass Filter
06/24/2016
Annual
CERNEX
CBLU1183540 / Power Amplifier
02/01/2016
Annual
24614
CERNEX
CBL06185030 / Power Amplifier
02/01/2016
Annual
24615
CERNEX
CBL18265035 / Power Amplifier
07/11/2016
Annual
22966
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6. RF OUTPUT POWER
FCC Rules
Test Requirements:
§ 2.1046 Measurements required: RF power output:
(a) For transmitters other than single sideband, independent sideband and controlled carrier
radiotelephone, power output shall be measured at the RF output terminals when the transmitter
is adjusted in accordance with the tune-up procedure to give the values of current and voltage on
the circuit elements specified in § 2.1033(c)(8).The electrical characteristics of the radio
frequency load attached to the output terminals when this test is made shall be stated.
(b) For single sideband, independent sideband, and single channel, controlled carrier radio
telephone transmitters, the procedure specified in paragraph (a) of this section shall be
employed and, in addition, the transmitter shall be modulated during the test as specified and as
applicable in § 2.1046 (b) (1-5). In all tests, the input level of the modulating signal shall be such
as to develop rated peak envelope power or carrier power, as appropriate, for the transmitter.
(c) For measurements conducted pursuant to paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section, all
calculations and methods used by the applicant for determining carrier power or peak envelope
power, as appropriate, on the basis of measured power in the radio frequency load attached to
the transmitter output terminals shall be shown. Under the test conditions specified, no
components of the emission spectrum shall exceed the limits specified in the applicable rule
parts as necessary for meeting occupied bandwidth or emission limitations.
§ 24.232 Power and antenna height limits.
(a)(1) Base stations with an emission bandwidth of 1 MHz or less are limited to 1640 watts
equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) with an antenna height up to 300 meters HAAT,
except as described in paragraph (b) below.
(2) Base stations with an emission bandwidth greater than 1 MHz are limited to 1640 watts/MHz
equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) with an antenna height up to 300 meters HAAT,
except as described in paragraph (b) below.
(3) Base station antenna heights may exceed 300 meters HAAT with a corresponding reduction
in power; see Tables 1 and 2 of this section.
(4) The service area boundary limit and microwave protection criteria specified in §§24.236 and
24.237 apply.
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Test Procedures:
Measurements were in accordance with the test methods section 3.5.2 of KDB 935210 D05 v01r01.
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Configure to generate the AWGN (broadband) test signal.
c) The frequency of the signal generator shall be set to the frequency f0 as determined from 3.3.
d) Connect a spectrum analyzer or power meter to the output of the EUT using appropriate
attenuation as necessary.
e) Set the signal generator output power to a level that produces an EUT output level that is just
below the AGC threshold (see 3.2), but not more than 0.5 dB below.
f) Measure and record the output power of the EUT; use 3.5.3 or 3.5.4 for power measurement.
g) Remove the EUT from the measurement setup. Using the same signal generator settings,
repeat the power measurement at the signal generator port, which was used as the input signal to
the EUT, and record as the input power. EUT gain may be calculated as described in 3.5.5.
h) Repeat steps f) and g) with input signal amplitude set to 3 dB above the AGC threshold level.
i) Repeat steps e) to h) with the narrowband test signal.
j) Repeat steps e) to i) for all frequency bands authorized for use by the EUT.
Power measurement Method :
Guidance for performing input/output power measurements using a spectrum or signal analyzer is
provided in 5.2 of KDB Publication 971168 D01 v02r02.
EUT
NoteBook
Attenuator
Signal
Generator
Spectrum
Analyzer
Block Diagram 1. RF Power Output Test Setup
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Test Results:
Input Level (dBm)
Input Signal
DL
UL
-62
-72
Maximum Amp Gain
DL
UL
LTE 5 MHz
LTE 10 MHz
105
CDMA
Single channel Enhancer
* Due to EUT’s ALC function (Auto Level Control), even if input signal is increased,
The same output power is transmit.
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Frequency
Channel
LTE 5 MHz_
AGC threshold
LTE 5 MHz_
+3dB above
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz_
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz_
+3dB above
AGC threshold
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Output Power
(dBm)
(W)
Low
1932.50
43.01
19.994
Middle
1962.50
43.00
19.960
High
1992.50
43.01
20.001
Low
1932.50
43.53
22.537
Middle
1962.50
43.08
20.317
High
1992.50
43.07
20.260
Low
1935.00
43.04
20.156
Middle
1962.50
43.01
19.991
High
1990.00
43.08
20.324
Low
1935.00
43.98
25.027
Middle
1962.50
43.50
22.408
High
1990.00
43.03
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Frequency
Channel
CDMA_
AGC threshold
CDMA_
+3dB above
AGC threshold
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Output Power
(dBm)
(W)
Low
1931.25
43.05
20.164
Middle
1962.50
43.04
20.149
High
1993.75
43.03
20.097
Low
1931.25
43.15
20.650
Middle
1962.50
43.21
20.928
High
1993.75
43.24
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[Uplink]
Frequency
Channel
LTE 5 MHz_
AGC threshold
LTE 5 MHz_
+3dB above
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz_
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz_
+3dB above
AGC threshold
CDMA_
AGC threshold
CDMA_
+3dB above
AGC threshold
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Output Power
(dBm)
(W)
Low
1852.50
33.09
2.039
Middle
1882.50
33.10
2.042
High
1912.50
33.01
2.000
Low
1852.50
33.15
2.065
Middle
1882.50
33.10
2.043
High
1912.50
34.15
2.602
Low
1855.00
33.04
2.015
Middle
1882.50
33.06
2.025
High
1910.00
33.09
2.035
Low
1855.00
34.11
2.575
Middle
1882.50
34.01
2.521
High
1910.00
34.34
2.714
Low
1851.25
33.06
2.024
Middle
1882.50
33.07
2.026
High
1913.75
33.03
2.007
Low
1851.25
33.04
2.015
Middle
1882.50
33.06
2.023
High
1913.75
33.66
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Single channel Enhancer Plots of RF Output Power
LTE 5 MHz DL
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Low]
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Downlink High]
[LTE 5 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink Low]
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[LTE 5 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
[LTE 5 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink High]
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LTE 10 MHz DL
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Low]
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Downlink High]
[LTE 10 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink Low]
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[LTE 10 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
[LTE 10 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink High]
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CDMA DL
[CDMA AGC threshold Downlink Low]
[CDMA AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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[CDMA AGC threshold Downlink High]
[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink Low]
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[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink High]
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LTE 5 MHz UL
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Uplink Low]
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
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[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Uplink High]
[LTE 5 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink Low]
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[LTE 5 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
[LTE 5 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink High]
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LTE 10 MHz UL
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Uplink Low]
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
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[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Uplink High]
[LTE 10 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink Low]
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[LTE 10 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
[LTE 10 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink High]
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CDMA UL
[CDMA AGC threshold Uplink Low]
[CDMA AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
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[CDMA AGC threshold Uplink High]
[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink Low]
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[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink High]
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7. OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH
FCC Rules
Test Requirement(s):
§ 2.1049 Measurements required: Occupied bandwidth:
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 under the specified conditions of § 2.1049
(a) through (i) as applicable.
Test Procedures:
Measurements were in accordance with the test methods section 3.4 of KDB 935210 D05 v01r01
and section 4.2 of KDB 971168 D01 v02r02.
Test is 99% OBW measured and used.
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Configure the signal generator to transmit the AWGN signal.
c) Configure the signal amplitude to be just below the AGC threshold level (see 3.2), but not
more than 0.5 dB below.
d) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation.
e) Set the spectrum analyzer center frequency to the center frequency of the operational band
under test. The span range of the spectrum analyzer shall be between 2 times to 5 times the
emission bandwidth (EBW) or alternatively, the OBW.
f) The nominal RBW shall be in the range of 1 % to 5 % of the anticipated OBW, and the VBW
shall be ≥ 3 × RBW.
g) Set the reference level of the instrument as required to preclude the signal from exceeding the
maximum spectrum analyzer input mixer level for linear operation. In general, the peak of the
spectral envelope must be more than [10 log (OBW / RBW)] below the reference level.
Steps f) and g) may require iteration to enable adjustments within the specified tolerances.
h) The noise floor of the spectrum analyzer at the selected RBW shall be at least 36 dB below
the reference level.
i) Set spectrum analyzer detection function to positive peak.
j) Set the trace mode to max hold.
k) Determine the reference value: Allow the trace to stabilize. Set the spectrum analyzer marker
to the highest amplitude level of the displayed trace (this is the reference value) and record the
associated frequency as f0.
l) Place two markers, one at the lowest and the other at the highest frequency of the envelope of
the spectral display, such that each marker is at or slightly below the −26 dB down amplitude.
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The 26 dB EBW (alternatively OBW) is the positive frequency difference between the two
markers. If the spectral envelope crosses the −26 dB down amplitude at multiple points, the
lowest or highest frequency shall be selected as the frequencies that are the furthest removed
from the center frequency at which the spectral envelope crosses the −26 dB down amplitude
point.
m) Repeat steps e) to l) with the input signal connected directly to the spectrum analyzer (i.e.,
input signal measurement).
n) Compare the spectral plot of the input signal (determined from step m) to the output signal
(determined from step l) to affirm that they are similar (in passband and rolloff characteristic
features and relative spectral locations), and include plot(s) and descriptions in test report.
o) Repeat the procedure [steps e) to n)] with the input signal amplitude set to 3 dB above the
AGC threshold.
p) Repeat steps e) to o) with the signal generator set to the narrowband signal.
q) Repeat steps e) to p) for all frequency bands authorized for use by the EUT.
Test Results:
The EUT complies with the requirements of this section.
Input Signal
Input Level (dBm)
DL
UL
-62
-72
Maximum Amp Gain
DL
UL
LTE 5 MHz
LTE 10 MHz
CDMA
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Frequency
Channel
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 5 MHz
+3dB above
(MHz)
OBW (kHz)
Low
1932.50
4.4899
Middle
1962.50
4.4958
High
1992.50
4.4951
Low
1932.50
4.4898
Middle
1962.50
4.4918
High
1992.50
4.4933
Low
1935.00
8.9473
Middle
1962.50
8.9602
High
1990.00
8.9637
Low
1935.00
8.9452
Middle
1962.50
8.9598
High
1990.00
8.9574
Low
1931.25
1.2647
Middle
1962.50
1.2659
High
1993.75
1.2685
Low
1931.25
1.2704
Middle
1962.50
1.2650
High
1993.75
1.2691
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
+3dB above
AGC threshold
CDMA
AGC threshold
CDMA
+3dB above
AGC threshold
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[Uplink Output]
Frequency
Channel
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 5 MHz
+3dB above
(MHz)
OBW (kHz)
Low
1852.50
4.4894
Middle
1882.50
4.4939
High
1912.50
4.4920
Low
1852.50
4.4941
Middle
1882.50
4.4964
High
1912.50
4.4923
Low
1855.00
8.9512
Middle
1882.50
8.9560
High
1910.00
8.9558
Low
1855.00
8.9491
Middle
1882.50
8.9576
High
1910.00
8.9483
Low
1851.25
1.2692
Middle
1882.50
1.2626
High
1913.75
1.2639
Low
1851.25
1.2674
Middle
1882.50
1.2673
High
1913.75
1.2616
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
+3dB above
AGC threshold
CDMA
AGC threshold
CDMA
+3dB above
AGC threshold
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[Downlink Input]
Frequency
Channel
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
CDMA
AGC threshold
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OBW (kHz)
Low
1932.50
4.5135
Middle
1962.50
4.5094
High
1992.50
4.5155
Low
1935.00
8.9908
Middle
1962.50
8.9954
High
1990.00
8.9910
Low
1931.25
1.2759
Middle
1962.50
1.2709
High
1993.75
1.2717
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[Uplink Input]
Frequency
Channel
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
CDMA
AGC threshold
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OBW (kHz)
Low
1852.50
4.5140
Middle
1882.50
4.5150
High
1912.50
4.5128
Low
1855.00
8.9945
Middle
1882.50
9.0131
High
1910.00
8.9980
Low
1851.25
1.2746
Middle
1882.50
1.2776
High
1913.75
1.2775
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Plots of Occupied Bandwidth
LTE 5 MHz DL_Ouuput
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Low]
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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[LTE 5 MHz +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink High]
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LTE 10 MHz DL_Ouuput
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Low]
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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CDMA DL_Ouuput
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[CDMA AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Downlink High]
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LTE 5 MHz UL_Ouuput
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Uplink Low]
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
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LTE 10 MHz UL_Ouuput
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Uplink Low]
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CDMA UL_Ouuput
[CDMA AGC threshold Uplink Low]
[CDMA AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
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[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
[CDMA +3dB above the AGC threshold Uplink High]
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LTE 5 MHz DL_Input
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Low]
[LTE 5 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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LTE 10 MHz DL_Input
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Low]
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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CDMA DL_Input
[CDMA AGC threshold Downlink Low]
[CDMA AGC threshold Downlink Middle]
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LTE 5 MHz UL_Input
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LTE 10 MHz UL_Input
[LTE 10 MHz AGC threshold Uplink Low]
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CDMA UL_Input
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[CDMA AGC threshold Uplink Middle]
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8. OUT OF BAND REJECTION
FCC Rules
Test Requirement(s):
KDB 935210 D05 v01r01
Out of Band Rejection – Test for rejection of out of band signals. Filter freq. response plots are
acceptable.
Test Procedures:
Measurements were in accordance with the test methods section 3.3, 4.3 of KDB 935210 D05
v01r01.
3.3 Out-of-band rejection
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Configure a swept CW signal with the following parameters:
1) Frequency range = ± 250 % of the passband, for each applicable CMRS band.
2) Level = a sufficient level to affirm that the out-of-band rejection is > 20 dB above the noise
floor and will not engage the AGC during the entire sweep.
3) Dwell time = approximately 10 ms.
4) Number of points = SPAN/(RBW/2).
c) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation.
d) Set the span of the spectrum analyzer to the same as the frequency range of the signal
generator.
e) Set the resolution bandwidth (RBW) of the spectrum analyzer to be 1 % to 5 % of the EUT
passband, and the video bandwidth (VBW) shall be set to ≥ 3 × RBW.
f) Set the detector to Peak Max-Hold and wait for the spectrum analyzer’s spectral display to fill.
g) Place a marker to the peak of the frequency response and record this frequency as f0.
h) Place two markers, one at the lowest and the other at the highest frequency of the envelope
of the spectral display, such that each marker is at or slightly below the −20 dB down
amplitude, to determine the 20 dB bandwidth.
i) Capture the frequency response of the EUT.
j) Repeat for all frequency bands applicable for use by the EUT.
4.3 Out-of-band rejection
Adjust the internal gain control of the EUT to the maximum gain for which equipment certification
is sought.
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Configure a swept CW signal with the following parameters:
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1) Frequency range = ± 250 % of the manufacturer’s specified pass band.
2) The CW amplitude shall be 3 dB below the AGC threshold (see 4.2), and shall not activate
the AGC threshold throughout the test.
3) Dwell time = approximately 10 ms.
4) Frequency step = 50 kHz.
c) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation.
d) Set the RBW of the spectrum analyzer to between 1 % and 5 % of the manufacturer’s rated
passband, and VBW = 3 × RBW.
e) Set the detector to Peak and the trace to Max-Hold.
f) After the trace is completely filled, place a marker at the peak amplitude, which is designated
as f0, and with two additional markers (use the marker-delta method) at the 20 dB bandwidth
(i.e., at the points where the level has fallen by 20 dB).
g) Capture the frequency response plot for inclusion in the test report.
Test Results:
The EUT complies with the requirements of this section.
Input Signal
Input Level (dBm)
DL
UL
-62
-72
Maximum Amp Gain
DL
UL
LTE 5 MHz
LTE 10 MHz
105
CDMA
[Downlink]
20 dB point frequency
Output power
(MHz)
(dBm)
1928.900 ~ 1996.100
43.032
20 dB point frequency
Output power
(MHz)
(dBm)
1848.900 ~ 1916.100
33.133
Gain (dB)
105.032
[Upnlink]
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Gain (dB)
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Plots of Passband Gain and Bandwidth & Out of Band Rejection
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[Uplink]
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9. SPURIOUS AND HARMONIC EMISSION AT ANTENNA TERMINAL
FCC Rules
Test Requirement(s):
§ 2.1051 Measurements required: Spurious emissions at antenna terminals:
The radio frequency voltage or powers generated within the equipment and appearing on a
spurious frequency shall be checked at the equipment output terminals when properly loaded with
a suitable artificial antenna. Curves or equivalent data shall show the magnitude of each harmonic
and other spurious emission that can be detected when the equipment is operated under the
conditions specified in § 2.1049 as appropriate. The magnitude of spurious emissions which are
attenuated more than 20 dB below the permissible value need not be specified.
§ 24.238 Emission limitations for Broadband PCS equipment.
The rules in this section govern the spectral characteristics of emissions in the Broadband
Personal Communications Service.
(a) Out of band emissions. The power of any emission outside of the authorized operating
frequency ranges must be attenuated below the transmitting power (P) by a factor of at least
43 + 10 log(P) dB.
(b) Measurement procedure. Compliance with these rules is based on the use of measurement
instrumentation employing a resolution bandwidth of 1 MHz or greater. However, in the 1 MHz
bands immediately outside and adjacent to the frequency block a resolution bandwidth of at least
one percent of the emission bandwidth of the fundamental emission of the transmitter may be
employed. A narrower resolution bandwidth is permitted in all cases to improve measurement
accuracy provided the measured power is integrated over the full required measurement
bandwidth (i.e. 1 MHz or 1 percent of emission bandwidth, as specified). The emission
bandwidth is defined as the width of the signal between two points, one below the carrier center
frequency and one above the carrier center frequency, outside of which all emissions are
attenuated at least 26 dB below the transmitter power.
(c) Alternative out of band emission limit. Licensees in this service may establish an alternative
out of band emission limit to be used at specified band edge(s) in specified geographical areas,
in lieu of that set forth in this section, pursuant to a private contractual arrangement of all affected
licensees and applicants. In this event, each party to such contract shall maintain a copy of the
contract in their station files and disclose it to prospective assignees or transferees and, upon
request, to the FCC.
(d) Interference caused by out of band emissions. If any emission from a transmitter operating in
this service results in interference to users of another radio service, the FCC may require a
greater attenuation of that emission than specified in this section.
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Test Procedures:
Measurements were in accordance with the test methods section 3.6 and 4.7 of KDB 935210 D05
v01r01.
3.6.1. General
Spurious emissions shall be measured using a single test signal sequentially tuned to the low,
middle and high channels or frequencies within each authorized frequency band of operation.
Out-of-band/block emissions (including intermodulation products) shall be measured under each
of the following two stimulus conditions:
a) two adjacent test signals sequentially tuned to the lower and upper frequency band/block
edges;
b) a single test signal, sequentially tuned to the lowest and highest frequencies or channels
within the frequency band/block under examination.
NOTE—Single channel boosters that cannot accommodate two simultaneous signals within
the passband, can be excluded from the test stipulated in step a).
3.6.2. Out-of-band/out-of-block emissions conducted measurements
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
If the signal generator is not capable of generating two modulated carriers simultaneously,
then two discrete signal generators can be connected with an appropriate combining network
to support this two-signal test.
b) Set the signal generator to produce two AWGN signals as previously described.
c) Set the center frequencies such that the AWGN signals occupy adjacent channels, as
defined by industry standards such as 3GPP or 3GPP2, at the upper edge of the frequency
band or block under test.
d) Set the composite power levels such that the input signal is just below the AGC threshold
(see 3.2), but not more than 0.5 dB below. The composite power can be measured using the
procedures provided in KDB Publication 971168 [R8], but it will be necessary to expand the
power integration bandwidth so as to include both of the transmit channels. Alternatively, the
composite power can be measured using an average power meter as described in KDB
Publication 971168 [R8].
e) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation as
necessary.
f) Set the RBW = reference bandwidth in the applicable rule section for the supported
frequency band (typically 1 % of the EBW or 100 kHz or 1 MHz)
g) Set the VBW = 3 × RBW.
h) Set the detector to power averaging (rms) detector.
i) Set the Sweep time = auto-couple.
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j) Set the spectrum analyzer start frequency to the upper block edge frequency, and the stop
frequency to the upper block edge frequency plus 300 kHz or 3 MHz, for frequencies below
and above 1 GHz, respectively.
k) Trace average at least 100 traces in power averaging (rms) mode.
l) Use the marker function to find the maximum power level.
m) Capture the spectrum analyzer trace of the power level for inclusion in the test report.
n) Repeat steps k) to m) with the composite input power level set to 3 dB above the AGC
threshold.
o) Reset the frequencies of the input signals to the lower edge of the frequency block or band
under test.
p) Reset the spectrum analyzer start frequency to the lower block edge frequency minus 300
kHz or 3 MHz, for frequencies below and above 1 GHz, respectively, and the stop frequency to
the lower band or block edge frequency.
q) Repeat steps k) to n).
r) Repeat steps a) to q) with the signal generator configured for a single test signal tuned as
close as possible to the block edges.
s) Repeat steps a) to r) with the narrowband test signal.
t) Repeat steps a) to s) for all authorized frequency bands or blocks used by the EUT.
3.6.3. Spurious emissions conducted measurements
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Set the signal generator to produce the broadband test signal as previously described.
c) Set the center frequency of the test signal to the lowest available channel within the
frequency band or block.
d) Set the EUT input power to a level that is just below the AGC threshold (see 3.2), but not
more than 0.5 dB below.
e) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation as
necessary.
f) Set the RBW = reference bandwidth in the applicable rule section for the supported
frequency band of operation (e.g., reference bandwidth is typically 100 kHz or 1 MHz).
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g) Set the VBW ≥ 3 × RBW.
h) Set the Sweep time = auto-couple.
i) Set the spectrum analyzer start frequency to the lowest RF signal generated in the
equipment, without going below 9 kHz, and the stop frequency to the lower band/block edge
frequency minus 100 kHz or 1 MHz, as specified in the applicable rule part.
The number of measurement points in each sweep must be ≥ (2 × span/RBW), which may
require that the measurement range defined by the start and stop frequencies be
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subdivided, depending on the available number of measurement points provided by the
spectrum analyzer.2
j) Select the power averaging (rms) detector function.
k) Trace average at least 10 traces in power averaging (rms) mode.
l) Use the peak marker function to identify the highest amplitude level over each measured
frequency range. Record the frequency and amplitude and capture a plot for inclusion in the
test report.
m) Reset the spectrum analyzer start frequency to the upper band/block edge frequency
plus 100 kHz or 1 MHz, as specified in the applicable rule part, and the spectrum analyzer
stop frequency to 10 times the highest frequency of the fundamental emission (see §
2.1057). The number of measurement points in each sweep must be ≥ (2 × span/RBW),
which may require that the measurement range defined by the start and stop frequencies be
subdivided, depending on the available number of measurement points provided by the
spectrum analyzer.
n) Trace average at least 10 traces in power averaging (rms) mode.
o) Use the peak marker function to identify the highest amplitude level over each of the
measured frequency ranges. Record the frequency and amplitude and capture a plot for
inclusion in the test report; also provide tabular data, if required.
Notes:
In 9 KHz-150 KHz and 150 KHz-30 MHz bands, RBW was reduced to 1% and 10% of the
reference bandwidth for measuring unwanted emission level(typically, 100KHz if the authorized
frequency band is below 1GHz) and power was integrated. (1% = +20 dB, 10% = +10 dB )
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Single channel Enhancer Plots of Spurious Emission
LTE 5 MHz
[Downlink_Low]
30
~ 150
150
~1
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~ 1.929
1.996
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[Downlink_Middle]
30
~ 150
150
~1
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~ 1.929
1.996
~ 12.75
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[Downlink_High]
30
~ 150
150
~1
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~ 1.929
1.996
~ 12.75
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