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WH Technology Corp.
Date of Issue: Apr 06, 2018
Report No.: CF17103116
FCC 47 CFR PART 15 SUBPART C 15.247
TEST REPORT
FOR
Bluetooth Peashot Speaker
Model : PBT-BT2017
Issued to
Ocean International Company
No.39 the Second Industrial Rd, Tang Xia Yong Town, Song Gang Street,
Bao An District, Shen Zhen City, Guang Dong Province, China 518105
Issued by
WH Technology Corp.
Open Site
EMC
Test
Site
No.120, Ln. 5, Hudong St., Xizhi Dist., New
Taipei City 221, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Xizhi Office 7F., No.262, Sec. 3, Datong Rd., Xizhi Dist., New
and Lab Taipei City 221, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Tel.: +886-2-7729-7707
Fax: +886-2- 8648-1311
Note: This test refers exclusively to the test presented test model and sample. This report shall not be
reproduced except in full, without the written approval of WH Technology Corp. This document may be
altered or revised by WH Technology Corp. Personnel only, and shall be noted in the revision section of the
document.
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Contents
1. General Information ..............................................................................................................................4
2.
Report of Measurements and Examinations ....................................................................................5
2.1
List of Measurements and Examinations ...................................................................................5
3.
Test Configuration of Equipment under Test ...................................................................................6
3.1
Description of the tested samples..............................................................................................6
3.2
Carrier Frequency of Channels..................................................................................................7
3.3
Test Mode and Test Software.....................................................................................................8
3.4
TEST Methodology & General Test Procedures ........................................................................9
3.5
Measurement Uncertainty ........................................................................................................10
3.6 Description of the Support Equipments....................................................................................10
4.
Test and measurement equipment.................................................................................................. 11
4.1
calibration................................................................................................................................. 11
4.2
equipment ................................................................................................................................ 11
5.
Antenna Requirements.....................................................................................................................14
5.1
Standard Applicable .................................................................................................................14
5.2
Antenna Construction and Directional Gain.............................................................................14
6.
Test of Conducted Emission............................................................................................................15
6.1
Test Limit ..................................................................................................................................15
6.2
Test Procedures .......................................................................................................................15
6.3
Typical Test Setup ....................................................................................................................16
6.4
Test Result and Data................................................................................................................17
7.
Test of Radiated Emission ...............................................................................................................19
7.1
Test Limit ..................................................................................................................................19
7.2
Test Procedures .......................................................................................................................19
7.3
Typical Test Setup ....................................................................................................................20
7.4
Test Result and Data (9kHz ~ 30MHz).....................................................................................22
7.5
Test Result and Data (30MHz ~ 1GHz, worst emissions found)..............................................22
7.6
Test Result and Data (Above 1GHz)........................................................................................24
7.7
Restrict Band Emission Measurement Data ............................................................................30
8.
Bandwidth Measurement Data.........................................................................................................32
8.1
Test Limit ..................................................................................................................................32
8.2
Test Procedures .......................................................................................................................32
8.3
Test Setup Layout ....................................................................................................................32
8.4
Test Result and Data................................................................................................................33
9.
Maximum Peak Output Power .........................................................................................................38
9.1
Test Limit ..................................................................................................................................38
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11.
12.
13.
14.
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Test Procedures .......................................................................................................................38
9.2
9.3
Test Setup Layout ....................................................................................................................38
9.4
Test Result and Data................................................................................................................39
Carrier Frequency Separation .........................................................................................................40
10.1 Test Limit ..................................................................................................................................40
10.2 Test Procedures .......................................................................................................................40
10.3 Test Setup Layout ....................................................................................................................40
10.4 Test Result and Data................................................................................................................41
Number Of Hopping Channel...........................................................................................................45
11.1 Test Limit ..................................................................................................................................45
11.2 Test Procedure .........................................................................................................................45
11.3 Test Setup Layout ....................................................................................................................45
11.4 Test Result and Data................................................................................................................46
Dwell Time .........................................................................................................................................47
12.1 Test Limit ..................................................................................................................................47
12.2 Test Procedure .........................................................................................................................47
12.3 Test Setup Layout ....................................................................................................................47
12.4 Test Result and Data................................................................................................................48
Band Edges Measurement ...............................................................................................................52
13.1 Test Limit ..................................................................................................................................52
13.2 Test Procedure .........................................................................................................................52
13.3 Test Setup Layout ....................................................................................................................52
13.4 Test Result and Data................................................................................................................53
Restricted Bands of Operation ........................................................................................................58
14.1 Labeling Requirement ..............................................................................................................58
APPENDIX 1
PHOTOS OF TEST CONFIGURATION
PHOTOS OF EUT
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1. General Information
Applicant
Ocean International Company
Address
No.39 the Second Industrial Rd, Tang Xia Yong Town, Song Gang Street,
Bao An District, Shen Zhen City, Guang Dong Province, China 518105
Manufacturer
Shen Zhen Hao Jie Xin Plastic Hardware Co Ltd
Address
A-6 Area, Building No.6, Buchong, Tongfuyu Industrial
Park, Shajing Town, Baoan, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
EUT
Model
Name
Model Differences
Bluetooth Peashot Speaker
PBT-BT2017
N/A
Is here with confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the FCC Rules and Regulations
Part 15 Subpart C and the measurement procedures were according to ANSI C63.10-2013. The
said equipment in the configuration described in this report shows the maximum emission levels
emanating
FCC part 15 subpart C
Receipt Date : 04/01/2018
Final Test Date : 04/05/2018
Tested By:
Reviewed by:
Apr 05, 2018
Date
Apr 06, 2018
Bell Wei/ Engineer
Date
Mike Lee / Manager
Designation Number: TW1083
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2. Report of Measurements and Examinations
2.1 List of Measurements and Examinations
FCC Rule
Description of Test
Result
Maximum Peak Output Power
FCC Part 15: 15.247(b)(1)
ANSI C63.10 :2013
Pass
Bandwidth
FCC Part 15: 15.215
ANSI C63.10 :2013
Pass
Carrier Frequency Separation
FCC Part 15: 15.247(a)(1)
ANSI C63.10 :2013
Pass
Number Of Hopping Channel
Dwell Time
Radiated Emission
Band Edge Compliance
FCC Part 15: 15.247(a)(1)(iii)
ANSI C63.10 :2013
FCC Part 15: 15.247(a)(1)(iii)
ANSI C63.10 :2013
FCC Part 15: 15.209
FCC Part 15: 15.247(d)
ANSI C63.10 :2013
FCC Part 15: 15.247(d)
ANSI C63.10 :2013
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Power Line Conducted
Emissions
FCC Part 15: 15.207
ANSI C63.10 :2013
Pass
Antenna requirement
FCC Part 15: 15.203
Pass
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3. Test Configuration of Equipment under Test
3.1 Description of the tested samples
EUT Name
: Bluetooth Peashot Speaker
Model Number
: PBT-BT2017
FCCID
: 2AI88-BTPBT2017
Receipt Date
: 04/01/2018
Power From
Operate Frequency
: Refer to the channel list as described below (2.402 ~2.480 GHz)
Modulation Technique
: GFSK, π/4-DQPSK, 8DPSK
Number of Channels
: 79
Channel spacing
: N/A
Operating Mode
: Simplex
Antenna Type
: Integral Antenna
Antenna gain
Inside Outside
Adaptor Battery AC Power Source
DC Power Source Support Unit PC or NB

MHz
 Half Duplex
0 dBi
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3.2 Carrier Frequency of Channels
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
00
2402
27
2429
54
2456
01
2403
28
2430
55
2457
02
2404
29
2431
56
2458
03
2405
30
2432
57
2459
04
2406
31
2433
58
2460
05
2407
32
2434
59
2461
06
2408
33
2435
60
2462
07
2409
34
2436
61
2463
08
2410
35
2437
62
2464
09
2411
36
2438
63
2465
10
2412
37
2439
64
2466
11
2413
38
2440
65
2467
12
2414
39
2441
66
2468
13
2415
40
2442
67
2469
14
2416
41
2443
68
2470
15
2417
42
2444
69
2471
16
2418
43
2445
70
2472
17
2419
44
2446
71
2473
18
2420
45
2447
72
2474
19
2421
46
2448
73
2475
20
2422
47
2449
74
2476
21
2423
48
2450
75
2477
22
2424
49
2451
76
2478
23
2425
50
2452
77
2479
24
2426
51
2453
78
2480
25
2427
52
2454
--
--
26
2428
53
2455
--
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3.3 Test Mode and Test Software
a. During testing, the interface cables and equipment positions were varied according to
ANSI C63.4.
b. The complete test system included Notebook and EUT for RF test.
c. Test Software: Radio Test.exe
d. New Battery was used for all testing and the worst radiated emission case from X,Y and
Z axis evaluation was selected for testing.
e. For battery operated equipment, the equipment tests shall be performed using a new
battery.
f. The following test modes were performed for test:
 BT: CH00: 2402MHz, CH39: 2441MHz, CH78: 2480MHz
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3.4 TEST Methodology & General Test Procedures
All testing as described bellowed were performed in accordance with ANSI C63.4:2014
and ANSI C63.10:2013.
Conducted Emissions
The EUT is placed on a wood table, which is at 0.8 m above ground plane acceding to
clause 15.207 and requirements of ANSI C63.4:2014. Conducted emissions from the EUT
measured in the frequency range between 0.15 MHz and 30MHz are using CISPR
Quasi-Peak / Average detectors.
Radiated Emissions
The EUT is a placed on a turn table, which is 0.8 m above ground plane. The turntable was
rotated through 360 degrees to determine the position of maximum emission level. The
EUT is placed at 3m away from the receiving antenna, which varied from 1m to 4m to find
out the highest emission. Each emission was to be maximized by changing the polarization
of receiving antenna both horizontal and vertical.
1) Putting the EUT on the platform and turning on the EUT (on/off button on the bottom
of the EUT).
2) Setting test channel described as “Channel setting and operating condition”, and
testing channel by channel.
3) For the maximum output power measurement, we followed the method of
measurement KDB558074 D01.
4) For the spurious emission test based on ANSI(2014), at the frequency where below
1GHz used quasi-peak detector mode; where above 1GHz used the peak and
average detector mode. IF the peak value may be under average limit, the average
mode will not be performed.
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3.5 Measurement Uncertainty
3.6
Measurement Item
Uncertainty
Peak Output Power(conducted)
±1.345dB
Power Spectral Density
±1.347dB
Radiated emission(1G-25GHz)
±5.00dB
Radiated emission(30M-1GHz)
±3.89dB
Conducted emission
±1.81dB
Description of the Support Equipments
Setup Diagram
See test photographs attached in appendix 1 for the actual connections between EUT
and support equipment.
Support Equipment
Peripherals Devices:
OUTSIDE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
FCC ID/
Trade
BSMI ID
name
7457A82
DOC
N/A
VOC
No.
Equipment
Model
Serial No.
1.
Lap top
7457
2.
AC adapter
QX6.5W75
100FG
Data Cable
Power Cord
lenovo
N/A
N/A
Stos
N/A
N/A
Data Cable
Power Cord
N/A
N/A
INSIDE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
No.
Equipment
Model
Serial No.
1.
N/A
N/A
N/A
FCC ID/
Trade
BSMI ID
name
N/A
N/A
Note: All the above equipment /cable were placed in worse case position to maximize emission
signals during emission test
Grounding: Grounding was in accordance with the manufacturer’s requirement and conditions
for the intended use.
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4.
4.1
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Test and measurement equipment
calibration
The measuring equipment utilized to perform the tests documented in the report has
been calibrated once a year or in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations,
and is traceable to recognized national standards.
4.2
equipment
The following list contains measurement equipment used for testing. The equipment
conforms to the requirement of CISPR 16-1, ANSI C63.2 and. Other required standards.
Calibration of all test and measurement, including any accessories that may effect
such calibration, is checked frequently to ensure the accuracy. Adjustments are made and
correction factors are applied in accordance with the instructions contained in the
respective.
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TABLELIST OF TEST AND MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT
Test Site
Manufacturer
Model No.
S/N
Next Cal.
Date
R&S
FSP3
833387/010
2018/09/20
EMI Receiver
R&S
ESHS10
830223/008
2018/05/22
LISN
Rolf Heine
Hochfrequenztechni
NNB-2/16z
98062
2018/05/25
CAT5-8158-0094
2018/09/21
EMI-3
2018/10/19
Instrument
Spectrum
(9K--3GHz)
Conduction
8-Wire ISN
ISN
Schwarzbeck
RF Cable
N/A
N/A
ETC
MCTD2786B
ETC
MCTD 1209
com-power
AH-826
81000
2018/08/15
com-power
AL-130
17117
2018/10/04
EMC9135
980334
2018/05/04
CAT5
Bilog
Radiation
antenna(30M
-1G)
BLB16M04004/J
B-5-004
2018/05/03
Double
Ridged
Guide Horn
antenna(1G-
DRH15N0
2009
2018/11/23
18G)
Horn antenna
(18G-26G)
LOOP
Antenna
(Below 30M)
Pre amplifier
EMC
(30M-1G)
INSTRUMENT
Microwave
Preamplifier
(1G-18G)
Pre amplifier
(18G~26G)
EMI Test
EMC
INSTRUMENT
MITEQ
R&S
EMC051845
JS4-18002600-3
0-5A
ESVS30
980108&AT
-18001
2018/10/23
808329
2018/08/10
826006/002
2018/11/28
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(20M-1000MHz)
N male on end
RF Cable
(open site)
EMCI
of
30m
2018/10/19
LL142MI(4M+4M)
NA
2019/03/08
LL142MI(7M)
NA
2018/08/11
R&S
FSP7
830180/006
2019/03/25
AGILENT
8564EC
4046A0032
2019/03/01
AUDIX
N/A
N/A
N/A
both sides
(EMI4)
RF CABLE
(1~26.5G)
HARBOUT
INDUSTRIES
RF CABLE
HARBOUR
(1~26.5G)
INDUSTRIES
Spectrum
(9K--7GHz)
Spectrum
(9K--40GHz)
Software
e3
*CALIBRATION
INTERVAL OF INSTRUMENTS LISTED ABOVE IS ONE YEAR
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5. Antenna Requirements
5.1 Standard Applicable
For intentional device, according to FCC 47 CFR Section 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.
And according to FCC 47 CFR Section 15.247 (b), if 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 6dBi.
5.2 Antenna Construction and Directional Gain
Antenna Type: Integral Antenna
Antenna Gain: 0 dBi
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6. Test of Conducted Emission
6.1 Test Limit
Conducted Emissions were measured from 150 kHz to 30 MHz with a bandwidth of 9 KHz
on the 110 VAC power and return leads of the EUT according to the methods defined in
ANSI C63.4-2014 Section 3.1.
The EUT was placed on a nonmetallic stand in a shielded
room 0.8 meters above the ground plane as shown in section 2.2.
The interface cables
and equipment positioning were varied within limits of reasonable applications to determine
the position produced maximum conducted emissions.
Frequency
(MHz)
0.15 – 0.5
Quasi Peak
(dB µ V)
66-56*
Average
(dB µ V)
56-46*
0.5 – 5.0
56
46
5.0 – 30.0
60
50
*Decreases with the logarithm of the frequency.
6.2 Test Procedures
a. The EUT was placed 0.4 meter from the conducting wall of the shielding room was kept
at least 80 centimeters from any other grounded conducting surface.
b. Connect EUT to the power mains through a line impedance stabilization network (LISN).
c. All the support units are connecting to the other LISN.
d. The LISN provides 50 ohm coupling impedance for the measuring instrument.
e. The FCC states that a 50 ohm, 50 micro-Henry LISN should be used.
f.
Both sides of AC line were checked for maximum conducted interference.
g. The frequency range from 150 kHz to 30 MHz was searched.
h. Set the test-receiver system to Peak Detect Function and Specified Bandwidth with
Maximum Hold Mode.
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6.3 Typical Test Setup
10cm
Adapter
EUT
80cm
80cm
AC Line
80cm
40cm
LISN
LISN
40cm
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6.4 Test Result and Data
Power
Test Mode 1
Memo
DC5V from PC input
120V/60Hz
TX (GFSK) CH00 (worst
case)
Pol/Phase
LINE
Temperature
24.6 °C
Humidity
57 %
Remark: Factor = LISN factor + Cable Loss + Pulse limiter factor.
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Power
Test Mode 1
Memo
DC5V from PC input
120V/60Hz
TX (GFSK) CH00 (worst
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Pol/Phase
NEUTRAL
Temperature
24.6 °C
Humidity
57 %
Remark: Factor = LISN factor + Cable Loss + Pulse limiter factor.
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7. Test of Radiated Emission
7.1 Test Limit
In any 100kHz 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 20dB below that in the 100kHz
bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired power, based on
either an RF conducted or a radiated measurement. If the transmitter measurement is
based on the maximum conducted output power, the attenuation required under this
paragraph shall be 30dB instead of 20dB. In addition, radiated emissions which fall in
section 15.205(a) the restricted bands must also comply with the radiated emission limit
specified in section 15.209(a).
Frequency
(MHz)
0.009 ~ 0.490
Field Strength
(microvolt/meter)
2400/F(kHz)
Measurement Distance
(meters)
300
0.490 ~ 1.705
24000/F(kHz)
30
1.705 ~ 30.0
30
30
30 ~ 88
100
88 ~ 216
150
216 ~ 960
200
Above 960
500
7.2 Test Procedures
a. The EUT was placed on a rotatable table top 0.8 meter above ground.
b. The EUT was set 3 meters from the interference receiving antenna which was mounted on the
top of a variable height antenna tower.
c. The table was rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
d. The antenna is a broadband antenna and its height is varied between one meter and four
meters above ground to find the maximum value of the field strength both horizontal
polarization and vertical polarization of the antenna are set to make the measurement.
e. For each suspected emission the EUT was arranged to its worst case and then tune the
antenna tower (from 1 M to 4 M) and turn table (from 0 degree to 360 degrees) to find the
maximum reading.
f. Set the test-receiver system to Peak or CISPR quasi-peak Detect Function and specified
bandwidth with Maximum Hold Mode.
g. If the emission level of the EUT in peak mode was 3 dB lower than the limit specified, then
testing will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions which
do not have 3 dB margin will be repeated one by one using the quasi-peak method and
reported.
h. For testing above 1GHz, the emission level of the EUT in peak mode was 20dB lower than
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average limit (that means the emission level in peak mode also complies with the limit in
average mode), then testing will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise,
the emissions will be measured in average mode again and reported.
i. “Cone of radiation” has been considered to be 3dB bandwidth of the measurement antenna.
7.3 Typical Test Setup
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For radiated emissions frequency above 1GHz
Note: For harmonic emissions test a appropriate high pass filter was inserted in the input
port of AMP.
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7.4 Test Result and Data (9kHz ~ 30MHz)
The 9kHz - 30MHz spurious emission is under limit 20dB more.
7.5 Test Result and Data (30MHz ~ 1GHz, worst emissions found)
Power
: DC 3.7V
Test Mode 1
Memo
Pol/Phase
HORIZONTAL
: TX (GFSK) CH00 (worst case) Temperature
24 °C
59%
Humidity
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Test Mode 1
Memo
DC 3.7V
TX (GFSK) CH00 (worst case)
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Pol/Phase
Temperature
Humidity
VERTICAL
24 °C
59%
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7.6 Test Result and Data (Above 1GHz)
Power
Test Mode 1
Memo
: DC 3.7V
: TX CH00 GFSK
Pol/Phase
Temperature
Humidity
H/V
24 °C
59 %
(a) Antenna polarization: Horizontal
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4804.00
68.04
-6.14
61.90
74.00
-12.10
peak
4804.00
51.56
-6.14
45.42
54.00
-8.58
AVG
7206.00
54.72
-4.58
50.14
74.00
-23.86
peak
7206.00
46.25
-4.58
41.67
54.00
-12.33
AVG
(b) Antenna polarization: Vertical
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4804.00
66.71
-6.14
60.57
74.00
-13.43
peak
4804.00
50.25
-6.14
44.11
54.00
-9.89
AVG
7206.00
59.86
-4.58
55.28
74.00
-18.72
peak
7206.00
46.77
-4.58
42.19
54.00
-11.81
AVG
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Test Mode 1
Memo
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Pol/Phase
Temperature
Humidity
H/V
24 °C
59 %
(a) Antenna polarization: Horizontal
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4882.00
60.47
-5.92
54.55
74.00
-19.45
peak
4882.00
49.32
-5.92
43.40
54.00
-10.60
AVG
7323.00
55.23
0.53
55.76
74.00
-18.24
peak
7323.00
41.08
0.53
41.61
54.00
-12.39
AVG
(b) Antenna polarization: Vertical
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4882.00
63.52
-5.92
57.60
74.00
-16.40
peak
4882.00
50.04
-5.92
44.12
54.00
-9.88
AVG
7323.00
52.28
0.53
52.81
74.00
-21.19
peak
7323.00
41.57
0.53
42.10
54.00
-11.90
AVG
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Test Mode 1
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Pol/Phase
Temperature
Humidity
H/V
24 °C
59 %
(a) Antenna polarization: Horizontal
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4960.00
63.11
-5.67
57.44
74.00
-16.56
peak
4960.00
50.24
-5.67
44.57
54.00
-9.43
AVG
7440.00
53.56
0.82
54.38
74.00
-19.62
peak
7440.00
42.75
0.82
43.57
54.00
-10.43
AVG
(b) Antenna polarization: Vertical
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4960.00
63.09
-5.67
57.42
74.00
-16.58
peak
4960.00
45.75
-5.67
40.08
54.00
-13.92
AVG
7440.00
51.98
0.82
52.80
74.00
-21.20
peak
7440.00
40.51
0.82
41.33
54.00
-12.67
AVG
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Power
Test Mode 1
Memo
: DC 3.7V
: TX CH00 8-DPSK
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Pol/Phase
Temperature
Humidity
H/V
24 °C
59 %
(a) Antenna polarization: Horizontal
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4804.00
63.67
-6.14
57.53
74.00
-16.47
peak
4804.00
50.42
-6.14
44.28
54.00
-9.72
AVG
7206.00
61.63
-4.58
57.05
74.00
-16.95
peak
7206.00
44.86
-4.58
40.28
54.00
-13.72
AVG
(b) Antenna polarization: Vertical
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4804.00
65.47
-6.14
59.33
74.00
-14.67
peak
4804.00
49.87
-6.14
43.73
54.00
-10.27
AVG
7206.00
59.58
-4.58
55.00
74.00
-19.00
peak
7206.00
43.79
-4.58
39.21
54.00
-14.79
AVG
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Test Mode 1
Memo
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Pol/Phase
Temperature
Humidity
H/V
24 °C
59 %
(a) Antenna polarization: Horizontal
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4882.00
61.22
-5.92
55.30
74.00
-18.70
peak
4882.00
48.64
-5.92
42.72
54.00
-11.28
AVG
7323.00
52.17
0.53
52.70
74.00
-21.30
peak
7323.00
40.67
0.53
41.20
54.00
-12.80
AVG
(b) Antenna polarization: Vertical
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4882.00
62.68
-5.92
56.76
74.00
-17.24
peak
4882.00
50.85
-5.92
44.93
54.00
-9.07
AVG
7323.00
54.07
0.53
54.60
74.00
-19.40
peak
7323.00
43.07
0.53
43.60
54.00
-10.40
AVG
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Test Mode 1
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Pol/Phase
Temperature
Humidity
H/V
24 °C
59 %
(a) Antenna polarization: Horizontal
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4960.00
63.73
-5.67
58.06
74.00
-15.94
peak
4960.00
50.22
-5.67
44.55
54.00
-9.45
AVG
7440.00
55.34
0.82
56.16
74.00
-17.84
peak
7440.00
41.52
0.82
42.34
54.00
-11.66
AVG
(b) Antenna polarization: Vertical
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
Level
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB)
Measure
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Over
(dB)
Detector
Type
4960.00
63.42
-5.67
57.75
74.00
-16.25
peak
4960.00
51.07
-5.67
45.40
54.00
-8.60
AVG
7440.00
52.47
0.82
53.29
74.00
-20.71
peak
7440.00
41.11
0.82
41.93
54.00
-12.07
AVG
Note:
Measurement Level = Reading Level + Factor
Remark: Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss–Pre-amplifier
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7.7 Restrict Band Emission Measurement Data
Radiated Method
Power
: DC 3.7V
Pol/Phase
H/V
Test Mode 1
: GFSK / 8-DPSK
Temperature
24 °C
Memo
Humidity
59 %
GFSK
Channel 0
Fundamental Frequency: 2402 MHz
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant-Pol
H/V
Meter
Reading
(dBuV)
Corrected
Factor
(dB)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Remark
2390.00
58.27
-14.08
44.19
2390.00
47.59
-14.08
2390.00
55.34
2390.00
45.69
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Table
Deg.
Ant
High
(m)
Peak
Ave
Peak
74
--
-29.81
1.5
33.51
Ave
--
54
-20.49
1.5
-14.08
41.26
Peak
74
--
-32.74
360
1.5
-14.08
31.61
Ave
--
54
-22.39
360
1.5
Channel78
Fundamental Frequency: 2480 MHz
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant-Pol
H/V
Meter
Reading
(dBuV)
Corrected
Factor
(dB)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Remark
2483.50
54.75
-13.83
40.92
2483.50
45.96
-13.83
2483.50
54.97
2483.50
44.59
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Table
Deg.
Ant
High
(m)
Peak
Ave
Peak
74
--
-33.08
1.5
32.13
Ave
--
54
-21.87
1.5
-13.83
41.14
Peak
74
--
-32.86
360
1.5
-13.83
30.76
Ave
--
54
-23.24
360
1.5
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8-DPSK
Channel 0
Fundamental Frequency: 2402 MHz
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant-Pol
H/V
Meter
Reading
(dBuV)
Corrected
Factor
(dB)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Remark
2390.00
58.26
-14.08
44.18
2390.00
46.86
-14.08
2390.00
60.55
2390.00
50.48
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Table
Deg.
Ant
High
(m)
Peak
Ave
Peak
74
--
-29.82
1.5
32.78
Ave
--
54
-21.22
1.5
-14.08
46.47
Peak
74
--
-27.53
360
1.5
-14.08
36.40
Ave
--
54
-17.60
360
1.5
Channel 78
Fundamental Frequency: 2480 MHz
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant-Pol
H/V
Meter
Reading
(dBuV)
Corrected
Factor
(dB)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Remark
2483.50
55.67
-13.83
41.84
2483.50
48.28
-13.83
2483.50
56.59
2483.50
44.73
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Table
Deg.
Ant
High
(m)
Peak
Ave
Peak
74
--
-31.55
1.5
34.45
Ave
--
54
-18.78
1.5
-13.83
42.76
Peak
74
--
-30.15
360
1.5
-13.83
30.90
Ave
--
54
-21.46
360
1.5
Note:
1.
Emission level = Reading level + Correction factor
2.
Correction factor : Antenna factor, Cable loss, Pre-Amp, etc.
3.
All emissions as described above were determining by rotating the EUT through three
orthogonal axes to maximizing the emissions if the EUT belongs to hand-held or
body-worn devices.
4.
Measurements above 1000 MHz, Peak detector setting:
1 MHz RBW with 1 MHz VBW (Peak Detector).
5.
Measurements above 1000 MHz, Average detector setting:
1 MHz RBW with 10Hz VBW (RMS Detector).
6.
Peak detector measurement data will represent the worst case results.
Where limits are specified for both average and peak detector functions, if the peak
measured
value complies with the average limit, it is unnecessary to perform an average measurement.
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8. Bandwidth Measurement Data
8.1 Test Limit
Please refer RSS-247 & section15.247.
8.2 Test Procedures
a. The transmitter output was connected to the spectrum analyzer.
b. Set RBW of spectrum analyzer to 30 KHz and VBW ≥ 3x RBW.
c. The 20 dB bandwidth is defined as the total spectrum the power of which is higher than
peak power minus 20 dB.
d. The 20dB Bandwidth was measured and recorded.
8.3 Test Setup Layout
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8.4 Test Result and Data
Test Date: Nov. 10, 2017
Temperature: 26℃
Atmospheric pressure: 1000 hPa
Humidity: 55%
Modulation
Standard
Frequency
20dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
(MHz)
2402
1.092375
39
2441
1.087125
78
2480
1.088344
2402
1.350187
39
2441
1.347094
78
2480
1.347375
2402
1.335469
39
2441
1.328906
78
2480
1.331531
Channel
GFSK
π/4 DQPSK
8-DPSK
Modulation Standard: GFSK
Channel: 0
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Modulation Standard: GFSK
Channel: 39
Modulation Standard: GFSK
Channel: 78
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Modulation Standard: π/4 DQPSK
Channel: 0
Modulation Standard: π/4 DQPSK
Channel: 39
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Modulation Standard: π/4 DQPSK
Channel: 78
Modulation Standard: 8-DPSK
Channel: 0
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Modulation Standard: 8-DPSK
Channel: 39
Modulation Standard: 8-DPSK
Channel: 78
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9. Maximum Peak Output Power
9.1 Test Limit
15.247(b) (1) For frequency hopping systems operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band
employing at least 75 non-overlapping hopping channels, and all frequency hopping
systems in the 5725-5850 MHz band: 1watt. For all other frequency hopping systems in
the 2400-2483.5 MHz band: 0.125 watts.
9.2 Test Procedures
a.
Peak power is measured using the wideband power meter.
b.
Power is integrated over a bandwidth greater than or equal to the 99% bandwidth.
c.
The Peak Output Power was measured and recorded.
9.3 Test Setup Layout
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9.4 Test Result and Data
Test Date: Nov. 10, 2017
Temperature: 26℃
Atmospheric pressure: 1000hPa
Humidity: 55%
Modulation
Standard
GFSK
π/4 DQPSK
8-DPSK
Frequenc
Peak Output
Power
(MHz)
(dBm)
2402
-0.77
21
Pass
39
2441
1.94
21
Pass
78
2480
3.01
21
Pass
2402
-4.30
21
Pass
39
2441
0.87
21
Pass
78
2480
-0.22
21
Pass
2402
-3.49
21
Pass
39
2441
-0.95
21
Pass
78
2480
-0.10
21
Pass
Channel
Limit
(dBm)
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10. Carrier Frequency Separation
10.1 Test Limit
a. Frequency hopping systems shall have hopping channel carrier frequencies
separated by a minimum of 25 kHz or the 20 dB bandwidth of the hopping
channel, whichever is greater. Alternatively, frequency hopping systems
operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band may have hopping channel carrier
frequencies that are separated by 25 kHz or two-thirds of the 20 dB
bandwidth of the hopping channel, whichever is greater, provided the
systems operate with an output power no greater than 125 mW.
10.2 Test Procedures
b. The transmitter output was connected to spectrum analyzer.
c. The spectrum analyzer’s resolution bandwidth were set at 100KHz RBW and
300KHz VBW as that of the fundamental frequency. Set the sweep time=auto
couple.
d. The Carrier Frequency Separation was measured and recorded.
10.3 Test Setup Layout
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10.4 Test Result and Data
Test Date: Nov. 10, 2017
Temperature: 26℃
Atmospheric pressure: 1000 hPa
Humidity: 55%
Modulation
Standard
GFSK
8-DPSK
Channel
Channel separation 20dB Bandwidth
Limit (MHz)
2/3 20dB
Conclusion
(MHz)
(MHz)
0.999
0.997313
0.72825
PASS
39
0.999
1.001344
0.72475
PASS
78
0.999
0.999844
0.725563
PASS
0.999
0.998531
0.890313
PASS
39
0.999
0.999938
0.885937
PASS
78
0.999
0.997406
0.887687
PASS
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bandwidth
Modulation Standard: GFSK
Channel: 0
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Channel: 39
Modulation Standard: GFSK
Channel: 78
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Modulation Standard: 8-DPSK
Channel: 0
Modulation Standard: 8-DPSK
Channel: 39
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Modulation Standard: 8-DPSK
Channel: 78
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11. Number Of Hopping Channel
11.1 Test Limit
Frequency hopping systems in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band shall use at least 15 channels
11.2 Test Procedure
a. The transmitter output was connected to the spectrum analyzer via a low loss cable.
b. The transmitter output was coupled to a spectrum analyzer via a antenna. The number of
hopping channel was measured by spectrum analyzer with 300kHz RBW and 1MHz
VBW.
c. The number of hopping channel was measured and recorded.
11.3 Test Setup Layout
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11.4 Test Result and Data
Original test data for hopping channel number
GFSK
8-DPSK
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12. Dwell Time
12.1 Test Limit
Please refer RSS-247 & section15.247
12.2 Test Procedure
d. The transmitter output was connected to the spectrum analyzer via a low lose cable.
e. The transmitter output was coupled to a spectrum analyzer via a antenna. Set center
frequency of spectrum analyzer = operating frequency
f. Set the spectrum analyzer as RBW, VBW=1MHz, Span = 0Hz, Sweep = auto.
g. Repeat above procedures until all frequency measured were complete
12.3 Test Setup Layout
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12.4 Test Result and Data
Original test data see the following page.
Mode
GFSK
8-DPSK
Data
Packet
Frequency
(MHz)
Pulse
Duration
(ms)
DH1
2402 MHz
0.421
0.135
<0.4
PASS
DH3
2402 MHz
1.678
0.268
<0.4
PASS
DH5
2402 MHz
2.924
0.312
<0.4
PASS
3DH1
2402 MHz
0.433
0.139
<0.4
PASS
3DH3
2402 MHz
1.678
0.268
<0.4
PASS
3DH5
2402 MHz
2.935
0.313
<0.4
PASS
Dwell Time Limit Conclusio
(s)
(s)
Note:
A Period Time = 79*0.4=31.6 S
DH1 Time Slot: Reading * (1600/2)*31.6/79
DH3 Time Slot: Reading * (1600/4)*31.6/79
DH5 Time Slot: Reading * (1600/6)*31.6/79
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13. Band Edges Measurement
13.1 Test Limit
Below –20dB of the highest emission level of operating band (In 100 kHz Resolution Bandwidth)
13.2 Test Procedure
h. The transmitter output was connected to the spectrum analyzer via a low lose cable.
i. Set RBW of spectrum analyzer to 100 KHz and VBW of spectrum analyzer to 300 KHz
with convenient frequency span including 100 KHz bandwidth from band edge.
j. Peak conducted output power measured within any 100 kHz outside the authorized
frequency band shall be attenuated by at least 20dB relative to the maximum measured
in-band peak PSD level.
k. The band edges was measured and recorded.
13.3 Test Setup Layout
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13.4 Test Result and Data
Test Date:Nov. 10, 2017
Temperature: 26℃
Atmospheric pressure: 1000hPa
Humidity: 55%
Modulation Standard: GFSK
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Modulation Standard: 8-DPSK
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Hopping
Modulation Standard: GFSK
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14. Restricted Bands of Operation
Only spurious emissions are permitted in any of the frequency bands listed below:
MHz
0.09000 – 0.11000
0.49500 – 0.505**
2.17350 – 2.19050
4.12500 – 4.12800
4.17725 – 4.17775
4.20725 – 4.20775
6.21500 – 6.21800
6.26775 – 6.26825
6.31175 – 6.31225
8.29100 – 8.29400
8.36200 – 8.36600
8.37625 – 8.38675
8.41425 – 8.41475
12.29000 – 12.29300
12.51975 – 12.52025
12.57675 – 12.57725
13.36000 – 13.41000
MHz
16.42000 – 16.42300
16.69475 – 16.69525
16.80425 – 16.80475
25.50000 – 25.67000
37.50000 – 38.25000
73.00000 – 74.60000
74.80000 – 75.20000
108.00000 – 121.94000
123.00000 – 138.00000
149.90000 – 150.05000
156.52475 – 156.52525
156.70000 – 156.90000
162.01250 – 167.17000
167.72000 – 173.20000
240.00000 – 285.00000
322.00000 – 335.40000
MHz
399.9 – 410.0
608.0 – 614.0
960.0 – 1240.0
1300.0 – 1427.0
1435.0 – 1626.5
1645.5 – 1646.5
1660.0 – 1710.0
1718.8 – 1722.2
2200.0 – 2300.0
2310.0 – 2390.0
2483.5 – 2500.0
2655.0 – 2900.0
3260.0 – 3267.0
3332.0 – 3339.0
3345.8 – 3358.0
3600.0 – 4400.0
GHz
4.500 – 5.150
5.350 – 5.460
7.250 – 7.750
8.025 – 8.500
9.000 – 9.200
9.300 – 9.500
10.600 – 12.700
13.250 – 13.400
14.470 – 14.500
15.350 – 16.200
17.700 – 21.400
22.010 – 23.120
23.600 – 24.000
31.200 – 31.800
36.430 – 36.500
Above 38.6
**: Until February 1, 1999, this restricted band shall be 0.490-0.510 MHz
14.1 Labeling Requirement
The device shall bear the following statement in a conspicuous location on the device:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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PHOTOS OF TEST CONFIGURATION
Conducted Emission Setup
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Radiated Emission Setup
Below 1GHz
Above 1GHz
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