D6932 Smart Dimming Light Switch Test Report IotGizmo Corporation

IotGizmo Corporation Smart Dimming Light Switch

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RF TEST
REPORT
Report No.: 18071115-FCC-R
Supersede Report No.: N/A
Applicant
IotGizmo Corporation
Product Name
Smart Dimming Light Switch
Model No.
D6932
Serial No.
N/A
Test Standard
FCC Part 15.247, ANSI C63.10: 2013
Test Date
September 29 to October 11, 2018
Issue Date
October 15, 2018
Test Result
Pass
Fail
Equipment complied with the specification
Equipment did not comply with the specification
Aaron Liang
David Huang
Test Engineer
Checked By
This test report may be reproduced in full only
Test result presented in this test report is applicable to the tested sample only
Issued by:
SIEMIC (SHENZHEN-CHINA) LABORATORIES
Zone A, Floor 1, Building 2 Wan Ye Long Technology Park
South Side of Zhoushi Road, Bao’ an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong China 518108
Phone: +86 0755 2601 4629801 Email: China@siemic.com.cn
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Laboratories Introduction
SIEMIC, headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley, with superior facilities in US and Asia, is one
of the leading independent testing and certification facilities providing customers with one-stop
shop services for Compliance Testing and Global Certifications.
In addition to testing and certification, SIEMIC provides initial design reviews and compliance
management throughout a project. Our extensive experience with China, Asia Pacific, North
America, European, and International compliance requirements, assures the fastest, most cost
effective way to attain regulatory compliance for the global markets.
Accreditations for Conformity Assessment
Country/Region
Scope
USA
EMC, RF/Wireless, SAR, Telecom
Canada
EMC, RF/Wireless, SAR, Telecom
Taiwan
EMC, RF, Telecom, SAR, Safety
Hong Kong
RF/Wireless, SAR, Telecom
Australia
EMC, RF, Telecom, SAR, Safety
Korea
EMI, EMS, RF, SAR, Telecom, Safety
Japan
EMI, RF/Wireless, SAR, Telecom
Singapore
EMC, RF, SAR, Telecom
Europe
EMC, RF, SAR, Telecom, Safety
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CONTENTS
1.
REPORT REVISION HISTORY.............................................................................................................................5
2.
CUSTOMER INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................5
3.
TEST SITE INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................................6
4.
EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) INFORMATION .........................................................................................7
5.
TEST SUMMARY ....................................................................................................................................................9
6.
MEASUREMENTS, EXAMINATION AND DERIVED RESULTS ................................................................... 10
6.1 ANTENNA REQUIREMENT................................................................................................................................... 10
6.2 DTS (6 DB&20 DB) CHANNEL BANDWIDTH..................................................................................................... 11
6.3 MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER ............................................................................................................................... 18
6.4 POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY............................................................................................................................. 22
6.5 BAND-EDGE & UNWANTED EMISSIONS INTO RESTRICTED FREQUENCY BANDS ........................... 26
6.6 AC POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSIONS ................................................................................................... 32
6.7 RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS & RESTRICTED BAND ........................................................................ 38
ANNEX A. TEST INSTRUMENT ................................................................................................................................. 46
ANNEX B. TEST SETUP AND SUPPORTING EQUIPMENT ................................................................................ 47
ANNEX C. USER MANUAL / BLOCK DIAGRAM / SCHEMATICS / PARTLIST .................................................. 51
ANNEX D. DECLARATION OF SIMILARITY ............................................................................................................. 52
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1. Report Revision History
Report No.
Report Version
Description
Issue Date
18071115-FCC-R
NONE
Original
October 15, 2018
2. Customer information
Applicant Name
IotGizmo Corporation
Applicant Add
255 Old New Brunswick, Suite N330, Piscataway, New Jersey, United States
08854
Manufacturer
Earda Technologies Co., Ltd
Manufacturer Add
Block A, LianFeng Creative Industry Park,NO.2 JiSheng Road, HuangGe
Town,Nansha District, Guangzhou, PRC.
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3. Test site information
Test Lab A:
Lab performing tests
SIEMIC (Shenzhen-China) LABORATORIES
Zone A, Floor 1, Building 2 Wan Ye Long Technology Park
Lab Address
South Side of Zhoushi Road, Bao’ an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong China
518108
FCC Test Site No.
535293
IC Test Site No.
4842E-1
Test Software
Radiated Emission Program-To Shenzhen v2.0
Test Lab B:
Lab performing tests
Lab Address
Bureau Veritas Shenzhen Co., Ltd. Dongguan Branch Laboratories
No. 34, Chenwulu Section, Guantai Rd., Houjie Town, Dongguan City,
Guangdong 523942, China
FCC Test Site No.
749762
IC Test Site No.
5936A-1
Test Software
ADT_Radiated_V7.6.15.9.2
Note: We just perform Radiated Spurious Emission above 18GHz in the test Lab. B.
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4. Equipment under Test (EUT) Information
Description of EUT:
Smart Dimming Light Switch
Main Model:
D6932
Serial Model:
N/A
Date EUT received:
September 28, 2018
Test Date(s):
September 29 to October 11, 2018
Equipment Category:
DTS
Antenna Gain:
3dBi
Antenna Type:
3D antenna
Type of Modulation:
802.11b/g/n: DSSS, OFDM
RF Operating Frequency (ies):
WIFI: 802.11b/g/n(20M): 2412-2462 MHz
WIFI: 802.11n(40M): 2422-2452 MHz
802.11b: 13.96 dBm
Max. Output Power:
802.11g: 12.85 dBm
802.11n(20M): 11.99 dBm
802.11n(40M): 11.88 dBm
Number of Channels:
WIFI :802.11b/g/n(20M): 11CH
WIFI :802.11n(40M): 7CH
Port:
Please refer to the user’ s manual
Input Power:
100-240V AC 50/60Hz
Trade Name :
Touch Dimmer
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2AHVE-D6932
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5. Test Summary
The product was tested in accordance with the following specifications.
All testing has been performed according to below product classification:
FCC Rules
Description of Test
Result
§15.203
Antenna Requirement
Compliance
§15.247 (a)(2)
DTS (6 dB&20 dB) CHANNEL BANDWIDTH
Compliance
§15.247(b)(3)
Conducted Maximum Output Power
Compliance
§15.247(e)
Power Spectral Density
Compliance
Band-Edge
§15.247(d)
Unwanted
Emissions
into
Restricted
Frequency Bands
§15.207 (a),
AC Power Line Conducted Emissions
§15.205, §15.209,
Radiated Emissions & Unwanted Emissions
§15.247(d)
into Restricted Frequency Bands
Compliance
Compliance
Compliance
Measurement Uncertainty
Emissions
Test Item
Band-Edge
Description
Uncertainty
Unwanted
Emissions into Restricted
Frequency
Bands
Radiated
Emissions
and
Unwanted Emissions
Confidence level of approximately 95% (in the case
where distributions are normal), with a coverage
+5.6dB/-4.5dB
factor of 2 (for EUTs < 0.5m X 0.5m X 0.5m)
into Restricted Frequency
Bands
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6. Measurements, Examination And Derived Results
6.1 Antenna Requirement
Applicable Standard
According to § 15.203, an intentional radiator shall be designed to ensure that no antenna other than that
furnished by the responsible party shall be used with the device. The use of a permanently attached antenna
or of an antenna that uses a unique coupling to the intentional radiator shall be considered sufficient to
comply with the provisions of this section. The manufacturer may design the unit so that a broken antenna
can be replaced by the user, but the user of a standard antenna jack or electrical connector is prohibited.
The structure and application of the EUT were analyzed to determine compliance with section §15.203 of the
rules. §15.203 state that the subject device must meet the following criteria:
a. Antenna must be permanently attached to the unit.
b. Antenna must use a unique type of connector to attach to the EUT.
Unit must be professionally installed, and installer shall be responsible for verifying that the correct antenna
is employed with the unit.
And according to FCC 47 CFR section 15.247 (b), if the transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than
6dBi are used, the power shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna
exceeds 6 dBi.
Antenna Connector Construction
The EUT has 1 antenna:
A permanently attached 3D antenna for WIF, the gain is 3dBi for WIF.
The antenna meets up with the ANTENNA REQUIREMENT.
Result: Compliance.
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6.2 DTS (6 dB&20 dB) Channel Bandwidth
Temperature
25oC
Relative Humidity
57%
Atmospheric Pressure
1014mbar
Test date :
October 07, 2018
Tested By :
Aaron Liang
Spec
Item
Requirement
Applicable
§ 15.247(a)(2)
a)
6dB BW≥ 500kHz;
RSS Gen(4.6.1)
b)
99% BW: For FCC reference only; required by IC.
Test Setup
Spectrum Analyzer
EUT
558074 D01 DTS MEAS Guidance v05, 8.1 DTS bandwidth
6dB bandwidth
a) Set RBW = 100 kHz.
b) Set the video bandwidth (VBW) ≥ 3 × RBW.
c) Detector = Peak.
d) Trace mode = max hold.
e) Sweep = auto couple.
f) Allow the trace to stabilize.
g) Measure the maximum width of the emission that is constrained by the freq
Test Procedure
uencies associated with the two outermost amplitude points (upper and lower fr
equencies) that are attenuated by 6 dB relative to the maximum level measure
d in the fundamental emission.
20dB bandwidth
C63.10 Occupied Bandwidth (OBW=20dB bandwidth)
1.
Set RBW = 1%-5% OBW.
2.
Set the video bandwidth (VBW) ≥ 3 x RBW.
3.
Set the span range between 2 times and 5 times of the OBW.
4.
Sweep time=Auto, Detector=PK, Trace=Max hold.
5.
Once the reference level is established, the equipment is conditioned with t
ypical modulating signals to produce the worst-
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case (i.e., the widest) bandwidth. Unless otherwise specified for an unlicensed
wireless device, measure the bandwidth at the 20 dB levels with respect to the
reference level.
Remark
Result
Pass
Fail
Test Data
Yes
N/A
Test Plot
Yes (See below)
N/A
Measurement result
Test mode
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n
(20M)
802.11n
(40M)
6dB Bandwidth
CH
Freq (MHz)
Low
2412
9.625
≥ 0.5
Mid
2437
9.182
≥ 0.5
High
2462
9.656
≥ 0.5
Low
2412
16.401
≥ 0.5
Mid
2437
16.333
≥ 0.5
High
2462
16.408
≥ 0.5
Low
2412
17.460
≥ 0.5
Mid
2437
17.531
≥ 0.5
High
2462
17.651
≥ 0.5
Low
2422
36.111
≥ 0.5
Mid
2437
36.419
≥ 0.5
High
2452
36.411
≥ 0.5
(MHz)
Limit (MHz)
Test mode
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n
(20M)
802.11n
(40M)
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20dB Bandwidth
CH
Freq (MHz)
Low
2412
15.300
Mid
2437
15.302
High
2462
15.294
Low
2412
20.833
Mid
2437
20.889
High
2462
20.805
Low
2412
21.430
Mid
2437
21.426
High
2462
21.290
Low
2422
46.035
Mid
2437
46.235
High
2452
44.673
(MHz)
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Test Plots
6dB Bandwidth measurement result
802.11b 6dB Bandwidth - Low CH 2412
802.11b 6dB Bandwidth - Mid CH 2437
802.11b 6dB Bandwidth - High CH 2462
802.11g 6dB Bandwidth - Low CH 2412
802.11g 6dB Bandwidth - Mid CH 2437
802.11g 6dB Bandwidth - High CH 2462
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802.11n20 6dB Bandwidth - Low CH 2412
802.11n20 6dB Bandwidth - Mid CH 2437
802.11n20 6dB Bandwidth - High CH 2462
802.11n40 6dB Bandwidth - Low CH 2422
802.11n40 6dB Bandwidth - Mid CH 2437
802.11n40 6dB Bandwidth - High CH 2452
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20 dB Bandwidth measurement result
802.11b 20dB Bandwidth - Low CH 2412
802.11b 20dB Bandwidth - Mid CH 2437
802.11b 20dB Bandwidth - High CH 2462
802.11g 20dB Bandwidth - Low CH 2412
802.11g 20dB Bandwidth - Mid CH 2437
802.11g 20dB Bandwidth - High CH 2462
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802.11n20 20dB Bandwidth - Low CH 2412
802.11n20 20dB Bandwidth - Mid CH 2437
802.11n20 20dB Bandwidth - High CH 2462
802.11n40 20dB Bandwidth - Low CH 2422
802.11n40 20dB Bandwidth - Mid CH 2437
802.11n40 20dB Bandwidth - High CH 2452
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6.3 Maximum Output Power
Temperature
25oC
Relative Humidity
57%
Atmospheric Pressure
1014mbar
Test date :
October 07, 2018
Tested By :
Aaron Liang
Requirement(s):
Spec
§15.247(b)
(3),RSS210
(A8.4)
Ite
Requirement
Applicable
a)
FHSS in 2400-2483.5MHz with ≥ 75 channels: ≤ 1 Watt
b)
FHSS in 5725-5850MHz: ≤ 1 Watt
c)
For all other FHSS in the 2400-2483.5MHz band: ≤ 0.125
Watt.
d)
FHSS in 902-928MHz with ≥ 50 channels: ≤ 1 Watt
e)
FHSS in 902-928MHz with ≥ 25 & <50 channels: ≤ 0.25
Watt
DTS in 902-928MHz, 2400-2483.5MHz: ≤ 1 Watt
f)
Test Setup
Spectrum Analyzer
EUT
558074 D01 DTS MEAS Guidance v05, 9.1.2 Integrated band power method
Maximum output power measurement procedure
Test
a) Set span to at least 1.5 times the OBW.
b) Set RBW = 1-5% of the OBW, not to exceed 1 MHz.
c) Set VBW ≥ 3 x RBW.
d) Number of points in sweep ≥ 2 × span / RBW. (This gives bin-to-bin spacing
≤ RBW/2, so that narrowband signals are not lost between frequency bins.)
Procedure
e) Sweep time = auto.
f) Detector = RMS (i.e., power averaging), if available. Otherwise, use sample
detector mode.
g) If transmit duty cycle < 98 %, use a sweep trigger with the level set to enable
triggering only on full power pulses. The transmitter shall operate at maximum
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power control level for the entire duration of every sweep. If the EUT transmits
continuously (i.e., with no off intervals) or at duty cycle ≥ 98 %, and if each
transmission is entirely at the maximum power control level, then the trigger shall
be set to “ free run” .
h) Trace average at least 100 traces in power averaging (i.e., RMS) mode.
i) Compute power by integrating the spectrum across the OBW of the signal
using the instrument’ s band power measurement function, with band limits set
equal to the OBW band edges. If the instrument does not have a band power
function, sum the spectrum levels (in power units) at intervals equal to the RBW
extending across the entire OBW of the spectrum.
Remark
Result
Pass
Fail
Test Data
Yes
N/A
Test Plot
Yes (See below)
N/A
Output Power measurement result
Type
Test mode
802.11b
802.11g
Output
power
802.11n
(20M)
802.11n
(40M)
Frequency
Conducted
Limit
(MHz)
Power (dBm)
(dBm)
Low
2412
13.70
30
Pass
Mid
2437
13.96
30
Pass
High
2462
13.23
30
Pass
Low
2412
12.36
30
Pass
Mid
2437
12.85
30
Pass
High
2462
12.24
30
Pass
Low
2412
11.55
30
Pass
Mid
2437
11.99
30
Pass
High
2462
11.84
30
Pass
Low
2422
11.56
30
Pass
Mid
2437
10.62
30
Pass
High
2452
11.88
30
Pass
CH
Result
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Test Plots
The Average Power
802.11b - AV Output power - Low CH 2412
802.11b - AV Output power - Mid CH 2437
802.11b - AV Output power - High CH 2462
802.11g - AV Output power - Low CH 2412
802.11g - AV Output power - Mid CH 2437
802.11g - AV Output power - High CH 2462
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802.11n20 - AV Output power - Low CH 2412
802.11n20 - AV Output power - Mid CH 2437
802.11n20 - AV Output power - High CH 2462
802.11n40 - AV Output power - Low CH 2422
802.11n40 - AV Output power - Mid CH 2437
802.11n40 - AV Output power - High CH 2452
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6.4 Power Spectral Density
Temperature
25oC
Relative Humidity
57%
Atmospheric Pressure
1014mbar
Test date :
October 07, 2018
Tested By :
Aaron Liang
Spec
Item
Requirement
Applicable
The power spectral density conducted from the
§15.247(e)
a)
intentional radiator to the antenna shall not be greater
than 8 dBm in any 3 kHz band during any time
interval of continuous transmission.
Test Setup
Spectrum Analyzer
EUT
558074 D01 DTS MEAS Guidance v05, 10.2 power spectral density method
power spectral density measurement procedure
a) Set analyzer center frequency to DTS channel center frequency.
b) Set the span to 1.5 times the DTS bandwidth.
c) Set the RBW to: 3 kHz ≤ RBW ≤ 100 kHz.
d) Set the VBW ≥ 3 × RBW.
Test
e) Detector = peak.
Procedure
f) Sweep time = auto couple.
g) Trace mode = max hold.
h) Allow trace to fully stabilize.
i) Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude
level within the RBW.
j) If measured value exceeds limit, reduce RBW (no less than 3 kHz) and
repeat.
Remark
Result
Pass
Fail
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Test Data
Yes
N/A
Test Plot
Yes (See below)
N/A
Power Spectral Density measurement result
Type
Test mode
802.11b
802.11g
PSD
802.11n
(20M)
802.11n
(40M)
CH
Freq
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
Result
Low
2412
-5.631
Pass
Mid
2437
-4.885
Pass
High
2462
-5.851
Pass
Low
2412
-9.901
Pass
Mid
2437
-11.58
Pass
High
2462
-11.47
Pass
Low
2412
-10.80
Pass
Mid
2437
-9.91
Pass
High
2462
-10.32
Pass
Low
2422
-13.10
Pass
Mid
2437
-12.91
Pass
High
2452
-13.19
Pass
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Test Plots
Power Spectral Density measurement result
PSD - Low CH 2412 - 802.11b
PSD - Mid CH 2437 – 802.11b
PSD - High CH 2462 - 802.11b
PSD - Low CH 2412 -802.11g
PSD - Mid CH 2437 – 802.11g
PSD - High CH 2462 - 802.11g
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PSD - Low CH 2412 - 802.11n20
PSD - Mid CH 2437 – 802.11n20
PSD - High CH 2472 - 802.11n20
PSD - Low CH 2422 - 802.11n40
PSD - Mid CH 2437 – 802.11n40
PSD - High CH 2452 - 802.11n40
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6.5 Band-Edge & Unwanted Emissions into Restricted Frequency Bands
Temperature
26oC
Relative Humidity
55%
Atmospheric Pressure
1020mbar
Test date :
October 11, 2018
Tested By :
Aaron Liang
Requirement(s):
Spec
Item
Requirement
Applicable
In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in
which the spread spectrum or digitally modulated intentional
radiator is operating, the radio frequency power that is
produced by the intentional radiator shall be at least 20 dB
§15.247(d)
a)
below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that
contains the highest level of the desired power, based on
either an RF conducted or a radiated measurement,
provided the transmitter demonstrates compliance with the
peak conducted power limits.
Test Setup
Radiated Method Only
Test
Procedure
1. Check the calibration of the measuring instrument using either an internal
calibrator or a known signal from an external generator.
2. Position the EUT without connection to measurement instrument. Put it on
the Rotated table and turn on the EUT and make it operate in transmitting
mode. Then set it to Low Channel and High Channel within its operating range,
and make sure the instrument is operated in its linear range.
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3. First, set both RBW and VBW of spectrum analyzer to 100 kHz with a
convenient frequency span including 100kHz bandwidth from band edge,
check the emission of EUT, if pass then set Spectrum Analyzer as below:
a. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum
analyzer is 120 kHz for Quasiy Peak detection at frequency below 1GHz.
b. The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1MHz and
video bandwidth is 3MHz with Peak detection for Peak measurement at
frequency above 1GHz.
c. The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1MHz and the
video bandwidth is 10Hz with Peak detection for Average Measurement as below
at frequency above 1GHz.
4. Measure the highest amplitude appearing on spectral display and set it as a
reference level. Plot the graph with marking the highest point and edge
frequency.
5. Repeat above procedures until all measured frequencies were complete.
Remark
Result
Pass
Fail
Test Data
Yes
N/A
Test Plot
Yes (See below)
N/A
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Test Plots
Band Edge measurement result
Band Edge, Left Side (Peak) - 802.11b
Band Edge, Right Side (Peak) - 802.11b
Note: F1 is frequency 2390MHz; F2 is frequency
Note: F1 is frequency 2483.5MHz
2400MHz
Note: (no need if PK value less than the AV limit)
Band Edge, Left Side (Average) - 802.11b
Band Edge, Right Side (Average) - 802.11b
Note: Both Horizontal and vertical polarities were investigated
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Band Edge, Left Side (Peak) - 802.11g
Band Edge, Right Side (Peak) - 802.11g
Note: F1 is frequency 2390MHz; F2 is frequency
Note: F1 is frequency 2483.5MHz
2400MHz
Band Edge, Left Side (Average) - 802.11g
Band Edge, Right Side (Average) - 802.11g
Note: F1 is frequency 2390MHz; F2 is frequency
Note: F1 is frequency 2483.5MHz
2400MHz
Note: Both Horizontal and vertical polarities were investigated
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Band Edge, Left Side (Peak) - 802.11n20
Band Edge, Right Side (Peak) - 802.11n20
Note: F1 is frequency 2390MHz; F2 is frequency
Note: F1 is frequency 2483.5MHz
2400MHz
Band Edge, Left Side (Average) - 802.11n20
Band Edge, Right Side (Average) - 802.11n20
Note: F1 is frequency 2390MHz; F2 is frequency
Note: F1 is frequency 2483.5MHz
2400MHz
Note: Both Horizontal and vertical polarities were investigated
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Band Edge, Left Side (Peak) - 802.11n40
Band Edge, Right Side (Peak) - 802.11n40
Note: F1 is frequency 2390MHz; F2 is frequency
Note: F1 is frequency 2483.5MHz
2400MHz
Band Edge, Left Side (Average) - 802.11n40
Band Edge, Right Side (Average) - 802.11n40
Note: F1 is frequency 2390MHz; F2 is frequency
Note: F1 is frequency 2483.5MHz
2400MHz
Note: Both Horizontal and vertical polarities were investigated
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6.6 AC Power Line Conducted Emissions
Temperature
26oC
Relative Humidity
55%
Atmospheric Pressure
1010mbar
Test date :
October 09, 2018
Tested By :
Aaron Liang
Requirement(s):
Spec
Item
Requirement
Applicable
For Low-power radio-frequency devices that is designed to be
connected to the public utility (AC) power line, the radio frequency
voltage that is conducted back onto the AC power line on any
frequency or frequencies, within the band 150 kHz to 30 MHz, shall
47CFR§15.
207,
RSS210
(A8.1)
not exceed the limits in the following table, as measured using a 50
a)
[mu] H/50 ohms line impedance stabilization network (LISN). The
lower limit applies at the boundary between the frequencies ranges.
Frequency ranges
Limit (dBµV)
(MHz)
QP
Average
0.15 ~ 0.5
66 – 56
56 – 46
0.5 ~ 5
56
46
5 ~ 30
60
50
Test Setup
1. The EUT and supporting equipment were set up in accordance with the requirements of
the standard on top of a 1.5m x 1m x 0.8m high, non-metallic table.
Procedure
2. The power supply for the EUT was fed through a 50W/50mH EUT LISN, connected to
filtered mains.
3. The RF OUT of the EUT LISN was connected to the EMI test receiver via a low-loss
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coaxial cable.
4. All other supporting equipment were powered separately from another main supply.
5. The EUT was switched on and allowed to warm up to its normal operating condition.
6. A scan was made on the NEUTRAL line (for AC mains) or Earth line (for DC power)
over the required frequency range using an EMI test receiver.
7. High peaks, relative to the limit line, The EMI test receiver was then tuned to the
selected frequencies and the necessary measurements made with a receiver bandwidth
setting of 10 kHz.
8. Step 7 was then repeated for the LIVE line (for AC mains) or DC line (for DC power).
Remark
Result
Pass
Fail
Test Data
Yes
N/A
Test Plot
Yes (See below)
N/A
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Transmitting Mode
Test Data
Phase Line Plot at 120Vac, 60Hz
Frequency
Reading
Corrected
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBµV)
(dB)
(dBµV)
(dBµV)
(dB)
L1
0.1500
53.91
QP
10.03
63.94
66.00
-2.06
L1
0.1500
26.59
AVG
10.03
36.62
56.00
-19.38
L1
0.2592
48.16
QP
10.03
58.19
61.46
-3.27
L1
0.2592
21.49
AVG
10.03
31.52
51.46
-19.94
L1
0.9417
39.48
QP
10.03
49.51
56.00
-6.49
L1
0.9417
20.49
AVG
10.03
30.52
46.00
-15.48
L1
1.8779
35.99
QP
10.04
46.03
56.00
-9.97
L1
1.8779
15.80
AVG
10.04
25.84
46.00
-20.16
L1
14.2127
27.28
QP
10.21
37.49
60.00
-22.51
10
L1
14.2127
18.76
AVG
10.21
28.97
50.00
-21.03
11
L1
20.8191
20.13
QP
10.32
30.45
60.00
-29.55
12
L1
20.8191
10.94
AVG
10.32
21.26
50.00
-28.74
No.
P/L
Detector
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Transmitting Mode
Test Data
Phase Neutral Plot at 120Vac, 60Hz
Frequency
Reading
Corrected
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBµV)
(dB)
(dBµV)
(dBµV)
(dB)
0.1796
50.22
QP
10.02
60.24
64.50
-4.26
0.1796
23.54
AVG
10.02
33.56
54.50
-20.94
0.2280
46.46
QP
10.02
56.48
62.52
-6.04
0.2280
20.31
AVG
10.02
30.33
52.52
-22.19
0.9339
41.25
QP
10.03
51.28
56.00
-4.72
0.9339
19.98
AVG
10.03
30.01
46.00
-15.99
1.5033
39.48
QP
10.04
49.52
56.00
-6.48
1.5033
19.52
AVG
10.04
29.56
46.00
-16.44
2.5807
39.68
QP
10.05
49.73
56.00
-6.27
10
2.5807
19.47
AVG
10.05
29.52
46.00
-16.48
11
13.7913
20.79
QP
10.19
30.98
60.00
-29.02
12
13.7913
10.94
AVG
10.19
21.13
50.00
-28.87
No.
P/L
Detector
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Transmitting Mode
Test Data
Phase Line Plot at 240Vac, 60Hz
Frequency
Reading
Corrected
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBµV)
(dB)
(dBµV)
(dBµV)
(dB)
L1
0.3606
37.50
QP
10.03
47.53
58.71
-11.18
L1
0.3606
20.62
AVG
10.03
30.65
48.71
-18.06
L1
0.4698
40.81
QP
10.03
50.84
56.52
-5.68
L1
0.4698
22.23
AVG
10.03
32.26
46.52
-14.26
L1
0.9417
36.53
QP
10.03
46.56
56.00
-9.44
L1
0.9417
18.61
AVG
10.03
28.64
46.00
-17.36
L1
3.0429
35.20
QP
10.06
45.26
56.00
-10.74
L1
3.0429
17.46
AVG
10.06
27.52
46.00
-18.48
L1
6.3540
36.27
QP
10.10
46.37
60.00
-13.63
10
L1
6.3540
14.36
AVG
10.10
24.46
50.00
-25.54
11
L1
13.8771
22.51
QP
10.21
32.72
60.00
-27.28
12
L1
13.8771
9.31
AVG
10.21
19.52
50.00
-30.48
No.
P/L
Detector
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Transmitting Mode
Test Data
Phase Neutral Plot at 240Vac, 60Hz
Frequency
Reading
Corrected
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBµV)
(dB)
(dBµV)
(dBµV)
(dB)
0.3489
39.10
QP
10.02
49.12
58.99
-9.87
0.3489
22.50
AVG
10.02
32.52
48.99
-16.47
0.4698
39.52
QP
10.02
49.54
56.52
-6.98
0.4698
31.23
AVG
10.02
41.25
46.52
-5.27
0.9378
38.18
QP
10.03
48.21
56.00
-7.79
0.9378
18.48
AVG
10.03
28.51
46.00
-17.49
2.0766
37.30
QP
10.04
47.34
56.00
-8.66
2.0766
19.43
AVG
10.04
29.47
46.00
-16.53
3.8268
35.48
QP
10.06
45.54
56.00
-10.46
10
3.8268
20.43
AVG
10.06
30.49
46.00
-15.51
11
14.5128
6.42
QP
10.19
16.61
60.00
-43.39
12
14.5128
25.62
AVG
10.19
35.81
50.00
-14.19
No.
P/L
Detector
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6.7 Radiated Spurious Emissions & Restricted Band
Temperature
26oC
Relative Humidity
55%
Atmospheric Pressure
1010mbar
Test date :
October 09, 2018
Tested By :
Aaron Liang
Requirement(s):
Spec
Item
Requirement
Applicable
Except higher limit as specified elsewhere in other section, the
emissions from the low-power radio-frequency devices shall not
exceed the field strength levels specified in the following table and
the level of any unwanted emissions shall not exceed the level of
the fundamental emission. The tighter limit applies at the band
edges
Frequency range (MHz)
Field Strength (µV/m)
0.009~0.490
2400/F(KHz)
0.490~1.705
24000/F(KHz)
1.705~30.0
30
47CFR§15.
30 – 88
100
88 – 216
150
247(d),
216 960
200
RSS210
Above 960
500
a)
For non-restricted band, In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the
(A8.5)
frequency band in which the spread spectrum or digitally
modulated intentional radiator is operating, the radio frequency
power that is produced by the intentional radiator shall be at least
b)
20 dB or 30dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the
band that contains the highest level of the desired power,
determined by the measurement method on output power to be
used. Attenuation below the general limits specified in § 15.209(a)
is not required
20 dB down
c)
30 dB down
or restricted band, emission must also comply with the radiated
emission limits specified in 15.209
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Test Setup
1.
The EUT was switched on and allowed to warm up to its normal operating condition.
2.
The test was carried out at the selected frequency points obtained from the EUT
characterization. Maximization of the emissions, was carried out by rotating the EUT,
changing the antenna polarization, and adjusting the antenna height in the following
manner:
a.
Vertical or horizontal polarization (whichever gave the higher emission level
over a full rotation of the EUT) was chosen.
b.
Procedure
The EUT was then rotated to the direction that gave the maximum
emission.
c.
Finally, the antenna height was adjusted to the height that gave the maximum
emission.
3.
The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is
120 kHz for Quasiy Peak detection at frequency below 1GHz.
4.
The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1MHz and video
bandwidth is 3MHz with Peak detection for Peak measurement at frequency above
1GHz.
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The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1MHz and the video
bandwidth is 10Hz with Peak detection for Average Measurement as below at
frequency above 1GHz.
5.
Steps 2 and 3 were repeated for the next frequency point, until all selected frequency
points were measured.
Remark
Result
Different RF configuration has been evaluated but not much difference was found. The data
presented here is the worst case data with EUT under 802.11n – HT20-2437MHz mode.
Pass
Fail
Test Data
Yes
N/A
Test Plot
Yes (See below)
N/A
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Test Result:
Test Mode:
Transmitting Mode
Frequency range: 9KHz - 30MHz
Freq.
Detection
Factor
Reading
Result
Limit@3m
Margin
(MHz)
value
(dB/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dB)
--
--
--
--
--
--
>20
--
--
--
--
--
--
>20
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20dB below the
permissible value has no need to be reported.
Distance extrapolation factor =40 log (specific distance/test distance)(dB);
Limit line = specific limits(dBuv) + distance extrapolation factor.
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Transmitting Mode
30MHz -1GHz
Test Data
Vertical Polarity Plot @3m
No.
P/L
Frequency
Reading
Ant_F
PA_G
Cab_L
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBuV/m)
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dB)
(dBuV/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dB)
319.9370
41.77
14.02
22.23
1.89
35.45
46.00
-10.55
480.5276
40.21
17.31
21.85
2.31
37.98
46.00
-8.02
801.7863
31.70
21.42
21.15
2.96
34.93
46.00
-11.07
640.6110
33.43
19.55
21.49
2.60
34.09
46.00
-11.91
400.4319
34.87
15.71
22.01
2.01
30.58
46.00
-15.42
185.1379
34.12
11.28
22.28
1.45
24.57
43.50
-18.93
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30MHz -1GHz
Test Data
Horizontal Polarity Plot @3m
No.
P/L
Frequency
Reading
Ant_F
PA_G
Cab_L
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBuV/m)
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dB)
(dBuV/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dB)
32.5198
29.15
19.46
22.26
0.69
27.04
40.00
-12.96
48.5016
35.80
9.06
22.35
0.79
23.30
40.00
-16.70
560.6928
40.06
18.55
21.67
2.48
39.42
46.00
-6.58
480.5276
41.54
17.31
21.85
2.31
39.31
46.00
-6.69
721.7259
36.82
20.46
21.31
2.68
38.65
46.00
-7.35
400.4319
36.75
15.71
22.01
2.01
32.46
46.00
-13.54
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Above 1GHz
Test Mode:
Transmitting Mode
Low Channel (2412 MHz) (b mode worst case)
Frequency
(MHz)
S.A.
Reading
(dBµV)
Detector
Polarity
(PK/AV)
(H/V)
Ant.
Cable
Pre-Amp.
Cord
Factor
Loss
Gain
Amp.
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dB)
(dBµV/m)
Limit
Margin
(dBµV/m)
(dB)
4824
55.98
AV
33.39
7.22
48.46
48.13
54
-5.87
4824
55.51
AV
33.39
7.22
48.46
47.66
54
-6.34
4824
69.2
PK
33.39
7.22
48.46
61.35
74
-12.65
4824
64.9
PK
33.39
7.22
48.46
57.05
74
-16.95
12406
30.51
AV
39.21
12.69
46.2
36.21
54
-17.79
12406
21.04
AV
39.21
12.69
46.2
26.74
54
-27.26
12406
42.03
PK
39.21
12.69
46.2
47.73
74
-26.27
12406
42.81
PK
39.21
12.69
46.2
48.51
74
-25.49
Limit
Margin
(dBµV/m)
(dB)
Middle Channel (2437 MHz) (b mode worst case)
Frequency
(MHz)
S.A.
Reading
(dBµV)
Detector
Polarity
(PK/AV)
(H/V)
Ant.
Cable
Pre-Amp.
Cord
Factor
Loss
Gain
Amp.
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dB)
(dBµV/m)
4874
54.91
AV
33.62
7.53
48.36
47.7
54
-6.3
4874
55.09
AV
33.62
7.53
48.36
47.88
54
-6.12
4874
67.89
PK
33.62
7.53
48.36
60.68
74
-13.32
4874
62.17
PK
33.62
7.53
48.36
54.96
74
-19.04
13570
27.55
AV
40.53
12.25
46.59
33.74
54
-20.26
13570
27.32
AV
40.53
12.25
46.59
33.51
54
-20.49
13570
39.58
PK
40.53
12.25
46.59
45.77
74
-28.23
13570
49.46
PK
40.53
12.25
46.59
55.65
74
-18.35
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High Channel (2462 MHz) (b mode worst case)
Frequency
(MHz)
S.A.
Reading
(dBµV)
Detector
Polarity
(PK/AV)
(H/V)
Ant.
Cable
Pre-Amp.
Cord
Factor
Loss
Gain
Amp.
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dB)
(dBµV/m)
Limit
Margin
(dBµV/m)
(dB)
4924
45.11
AV
33.74
7.78
48.34
38.29
54
-15.71
4924
49.62
AV
33.74
7.78
48.34
42.8
54
-11.2
4924
67.65
PK
33.74
7.78
48.34
60.83
74
-13.17
4924
67.01
PK
33.74
7.78
48.34
60.19
74
-13.81
17794
20.77
AV
44.05
19
44.74
39.08
54
-14.92
17794
18.31
AV
44.05
19
44.74
36.62
54
-17.38
17794
38.22
PK
44.05
19
44.74
56.53
74
-17.47
17794
34.53
PK
44.05
19
44.74
52.84
74
-21.16
Note:
1, The testing has been conformed to 10*2462MHz=24,620MHz
2, All other emissions more than 30 dB below the limit
3, X-Axis, Y-Axis and Z-Axis were investigated. The results above show only the worst case.
4, The radiated spurious test above 18GHz is subcontracted to Bureau Veritas Shenzhen Co., Ltd.
Dongguan Branch Laboratories and found 30dB below the limit at least.
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Annex A. TEST INSTRUMENT
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ESCS30
8471241027
01/05/2018
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Artificial Mains Network
8127
8127713
01/05/2018
01/04/2019
ISN
ISN T800
34373
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1300.5001K06-
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ESL6
Active Antenna
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9m*6m*6m
N/A
10/18/2018
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Signal Amplifier
8447E
443008
01/25/2018
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MXA signal analyzer
N9020A
MY49100060
01/05/2018
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Horn Antenna
HAH-118
71259
01/26/2018
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Horn Antenna
HAH-118
71283
02/02/2018
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AMPLIFIER
EM01G26G
60613
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Emc012645
980077
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JB6
A110712
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DC Power Supply
E3640A
MY40004013
01/05/2018
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MXA Signal Analyzer
N9020A
MY49100060
01/05/2018
01/04/2019
MXG Vector Signal Generator
N5182A
MY50140530
01/05/2018
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E4421B
US40051152
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188060112
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04/24/2019
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100262-eQ
RF Conducted
RF control unit
JS0806-08062
1201.0002K75-
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CMW270
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TL177
01/05/2018
01/04/2019
Universal Radio Communica
CMU200
121393
02/11/2018
02/10/2019
101601-PE
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Annex B. TEST SETUP AND SUPPORTING EQUIPMENT
Annex B.i. TEST SET UP BLOCK
Block Configuration Diagram for AC Line Conducted Emissions
LISN 1
V=120V/240V AC
F=60Hz
Power supply
EUT
Lamp
Test Table
80cm above
ground plane
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Block Configuration Diagram for Radiated Emissions (Below 1GHz).
Laptop
EUT
Test Table
80cm above
ground plane
d=3meter
Receiving Antenna
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Block Configuration Diagram for Radiated Emissions (Above 1GHz).
Laptop
EUT
Test Table
150cm above
ground plane
d=3meter
Receiving Antenna
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Annex C. iI. SUPPORTING EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
The following is a description of supporting equipment and details of cables used with the EUT.
Supporting Equipment:
Equipment
Manufacturer
Description
Lenovo
Laptop
Model
Serial No
E40-30
MPV5R5GD
Supporting Cable:
Cable type
Shield Type
Ferrite
Core
Length
Serial No
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Annex C. User Manual / Block Diagram / Schematics / Partlist
Please see the attachment
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Annex D. DECLARATION OF SIMILARITY
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