X522 Mobile phone Test Report Measurement Report INFINIX MOBILITY LIMITED

INFINIX MOBILITY LIMITED Mobile phone

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FCC Test Report
Application Purpose
Original grant
Applicant Name:
INFINIX MOBILITY LIMITED
FCC ID
2AIZN-X522
Equipment Type
Mobile phone
Model Name
X522
Report Number
FCC17010001A-3
Standard(S)
FCC Part 15 Subpart C
Date Of Receipt
January 04, 2017
Date Of Issue
February 15, 2017
Test By
Reviewed By
(Daisy Qin)
(Sol Qin)
Authorized by
(Michal Ling)
Prepared by
QTC Certification & Testing Co., Ltd.
2nd Floor,B1 Buiding,Fengyeyuan Industrial Plant,,Liuxian
2st.Road,Xin’an Street,Bao’an District,,Shenzhen,
518000China. Registration Number: 588523
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REPORT REVISE RECORD
Report Version
Revise Time
Issued Date
Valid Version
Notes
V1.0
February 15, 2017
Valid
Original Report
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Table of Contents
Page
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
2. TEST DESCRIPTION
2.1 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
2.2 DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES
2.3 TABLE OF PARAMETERS OF TEXT SOFTWARE SETTING
2.4 CONFIGURATION OF SYSTEM UNDER TEST
2.5 DESCRIPTION OF SUPPORT UNITS (CONDUCTED MODE)
3. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
10
4. MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS
11
5. EMC EMISSION TEST
13
5.1 CONDUCTED EMISSION MEASUREMENT
5.1.1 POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION LIMITS
5.1.2 TEST PROCEDURE
5.1.3 DEVIATION FROM TEST STANDARD
5.1.4 TEST SETUP
5.1.5 EUT OPERATING CONDITIONS
5.1.6 TEST RESULTS
13
13
14
14
14
14
15
5.2 RADIATED EMISSION MEASUREMENT
5.2.1 RADIATED EMISSION LIMITS
5.2.2 TEST PROCEDURE
5.2.3 DEVIATION FROM TEST STANDARD
5.2.4 TEST SETUP
5.2.5 EUT OPERATING CONDITIONS
5.2.5.1 RESULTS (BELOW 30 MHZ)
5.2.5.2 TEST RESULTS (BETWEEN 30M – 1000 MHZ)
5.2.5.3 TEST RESULTS (1GHZ TO 25GHZ)
17
17
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
6. ANTENNA APPLICATION
30
7.0. 6DB BANDWIDTH MEASUREMENT
31
7.1 TEST SETUP
31
7.2 LIMITS OF 6DB BANDWIDTH MEASUREMENT
31
7.3 TEST PROCEDURE
31
8.0. MAXIMUM CONDUCTED (AVERAGE) OUTPUT POWER
39
8.1 TEST SETUP
39
8.2 LIMITS OF MAXIMUM CONDUCTED (AVERAGE) OUTPUT POWER
39
8.3 TEST PROCEDURE
39
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Table of Contents
9. POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY MEASUREMENT
Page
47
9.1 TEST SETUP
47
9.2 LIMITS OF POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY MEASUREMENT
47
9.3 TEST PROCEDURE
47
9.4
48
TEST RESULT
10. OUT OF BAND MEASUREMENT
55
10.1 TEST SETUP FOR BAND EDGE
55
10.2 LIMITS OF OUT OF BAND EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT
55
10.4 TEST RESULT
55
11. EUT TEST PHOTO
68
12. PHOTOGRAPHS OF EUT
70
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT
Test Model
X522
Applicant
INFINIX MOBILITY LIMITED
Address
RMS 05-15, 13A/F SOUTH TOWER WORLD FINANCE CTR HARBOUR
CITY 17 CANTON RD TST KLN HONG KONG
Manufacturer
SHENZHEN TECNO TECHNOLOGY CO.,LTD.
Address
1-4th Floor,3rd Building,Pacific Industrial Park,No.2088,Shenyan
Road,Yantian District,Shenzhen,Guangdong,China
Equipment Type Mobile phone
Brand Name
Hardware
version:
Software
version:
Extreme Temp.
Tolerance
Battery
information:
Adapter
Information:
H539_B1_V1.2
X522-H539D1-M-161206V23
-10℃ to +65℃
Li-Polymer Battery : BL-30SX
Voltage: 3.85V Capacity: 3000mAh
Limited Charge Voltage: 4.4V
Adapter: A88-502000
Input: 100~240V 50/60Hz 350mA
Output: 5V~2A
Operating
Frequency
2412-2462MHz
Channels
11
Channel Spacing 5MHz
Modulation Type
CCK for IEEE 802.11b
OFDM for IEEE 802.11g/n HT-20/n HT-40
Antenna Type:
Integral Antenna
Antenna gain:
1.0dBi
Data of receipt
January 04, 2017
Date of test
January 05, 2017 to February 14 , 2017
Deviation
None
Condition of
Test Sample
Normal
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We hereby certify that:
All measurement facilities used to collect the measurement data are located at QTC Certification &
Testing Co., Ltd.
Registration Number: 588523
The data evaluation, test procedures, and equipment configurations shown in this report were made in
accordance with the procedures given in ANSI C 63.10-2013. The sample tested as described in this
report is in compliance with the FCC Rules Part15 Subpart C.
ALL the testing were referenced KDB NO.558074V03R05
The offset factor to the measurement is conducted as the average.
The test results of this report relate only to the tested sample identified in this report.
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2. TEST DESCRIPTION
2.1 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
The reported uncertainty of measurement y ± U,where expended uncertainty U is based on a
standard uncertainty multiplied by a coverage factor of k=2,providing a level of confidence of
approximately 95 %。
No.
Item
Uncertainty
Conducted Emission Test
±3.2dB
RF power, conducted
±0.16dB
Spurious emissions, conducted
±0.21dB
All emissions, radiated(<1G)
±4.7dB
All emissions, radiated(>1G)
±4.7dB
Temperature
±0.5°C
Humidity
±2%
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2.2 DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES
To investigate the maximum EMI emission characteristics generates from EUT, the test system
was pre-scanning tested base on the consideration of following EUT operation mode or test
configuration mode which possible have effect on EMI emission level. Each of these EUT
operation mode(s) or test configuration mode(s) mentioned above was evaluated respectively.
Pretest Mode
Description
Mode 1
802.11b
Mode 2
802.11g
Mode 3
802.11n20
Mode 4
802.11n40
For Conducted Emission
Final Test Mode
Description
Mode 1
802.11b
For Radiated Emission
Final Test Mode
Description
Mode 1
802.11b
Mode 2
802.11g
Mode 3
802.11n20
Mode 4
802.11n40
Note:
(1) The measurements are performed at the highest, middle, lowest available channels.
(2) The EUT use new battery.
(3)The data rate was set in 1Mbps, 6 Mbps, 6.5 Mbps and 13.5M for radiated emission due to the
highest RF output power.
(4) Record the worst case of each test item in this report.
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2.3 TABLE OF PARAMETERS OF TEXT SOFTWARE SETTING
During testing channel & power controlling software provided by the customer was used to
control the operating channel as well as the output power level. The RF output power selection
is for the setting of RF output power expected by the customer and is going to be fixed on the
firmware of the final end product power parameters of FHSS
Test software Version
Test program
Frequency(802.11b/g/n20)
Frequency(802.11n40)
N/A
*#3646633#*
2412 MHz
2422 MHz
2437 MHz
2437 MHz
2462 MHz
2452 MHz
2.4 CONFIGURATION OF SYSTEM UNDER TEST
AC Mains
USB Cable
Adapter
EUT
(EUT: Mobile phone)
I/O Port of EUT
I/O Port Type
Q’TY
Cable
Tested with
USB port
1m USB cable, unshielded
Power
1m
2.5 DESCRIPTION OF SUPPORT UNITS (CONDUCTED MODE)
The EUT has been tested as an independent unit together with other necessary accessories or
support units. The following support units or accessories were used to form a representative test
configuration during the tests.
Item
Equipment
Mfr/Brand
Model/Type No.
Series No.
Note
Adapter
A88-502000
Earphone
N/A
Note:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
The support equipment was authorized by Declaration of Confirmation.
For detachable type I/O cable should be specified the length in cm in Length column.
“YES” is means “shielded” “with core”; “NO” is means “unshielded” “without core”.
The adapter supply by the applicant.
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3. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
Test procedures according to the technical standards:
FCC Part15 (15.247) , Subpart C
Standard
Section
15.207
15.247(a)(2) Limit
15.247(b)
15.109,15.205 &
15.209
15.247(e)
15.247(d)
Test Item
Conducted Emission Test
Judgment
PASS
Spectrum bandwidth of a Orthogonal
PASS
Frequency Division Multiplex System
Limit: 6dB bandwidth>500kHz
Maximum peak outputpower
PASS
Limit: max. 30dBm
Transmitter Radiated Emission
PASS
Limit: Table 15.209
Power Spectral Density
PASS
Limit: max. 8dBm
Band edge
Limit: 30dB less than
PASS
Reference level
Restricted band limit: Table 15.209
NOTE:
(1)” N/A” denotes test is not applicable in this test report.
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Remark
Complies
Complies
Complies
Complies
Complies
Complies
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4. MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS
NAME OF
SERIAL
Calibration Calibratio
Date
n Due.
MANUFACTURER
MODEL
EMI Test Receiver
R&S
ESCI
100005
08/19/2016
08/18/2017
LISN
AFJ
LS16
16010222119
08/19/2016
08/18/2017
LISN(EUT)
Mestec
AN3016
04/10040
08/19/2016
08/18/2017
Universal Radio
Communication Tester
R&S
CMU 200
1100.0008.02
08/19/2016
08/18/2017
Coaxial cable
Megalon
LMR400
N/A
08/12/2016
08/11/2017
GPIB cable
Megalon
GPIB
N/A
08/12/2016
08/11/2017
Spectrum Analyzer
R&S
FSU
100114
08/19/2016
08/18/2017
Pre Amplifier
H.P.
HP8447E
2945A02715
10/13/2016
10/12/2017
Pre-Amplifier
CDSI
PAP-1G18-38
--
10/13/2016
10/12/2017
Bi-log Antenna
SUNOL Sciences
JB3
A021907
09/13/2016
09/12/2017
9*6*6 Anechoic
--
--
--
08/21/2016
08/20/2017
Horn Antenna
COMPLIANCE
ENGINEERING
CE18000
--
09/13/2016
09/12/2017
Horn Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
BBHA9120D
9120D-631
08/23/2016
08/22/2017
LMR-400
N-TYPE04
04/25/2016
04/24/2017
EQUIPMENT
Cable
TIME MICROWAVE
NUMBER
System-Controller
CCS
N/A
N/A
N.C.R
N.C.R
Turn Table
CCS
N/A
N/A
N.C.R
N.C.R
Antenna Tower
CCS
N/A
N/A
N.C.R
N.C.R
RF cable
Murata
MXHQ87WA3000
08/21/2016
08/20/2017
Loop Antenna
EMCO
6502
00042960
08/22/2016
08/21/2017
Horn Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
BBHA 9170
1123
08/19/2016
08/18/2017
Power meter
Anritsu
ML2487A
6K00003613
08/23/2016
08/22/2017
Power sensor
Anritsu
MX248XD
--
08/19/2016
08/18/2017
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5. EMC EMISSION TEST
5.1 CONDUCTED EMISSION MEASUREMENT
5.1.1 POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION Limits
(Frequency Range 150KHz-30MHz)
Note:
(1) The tighter limit applies at the band edges.
(2) The limit of " * " marked band means the limitation decreases linearly with the
logarithm of the frequency in the range.
The following table is the setting of the receiver
Receiver Parameters
Attenuation
Start Frequency
Stop Frequency
IF Bandwidth
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Setting
10 dB
0.15 MHz
30 MHz
9 kHz
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5.1.2 TEST PROCEDURE
a. The EUT was placed 0.4 meters from the horizontal ground plane with EUT being connected
to the power mains through a line impedance stabilization network (LISN). All other support
equipments powered from additional LISN(s). The LISN provide 50 Ohm/ 50uH of coupling
impedance for the measuring instrument.
b. Interconnecting cables that hang closer than 40 cm to the ground plane shall be folded back
and forth in the center forming a bundle 30 to 40 cm long.
c. I/O cables that are not connected to a peripheral shall be bundled in the center. The end of the
cable may be terminated, if required, using the correct terminating impedance. The overall
length shall not exceed 1 m.
d. LISN at least 80 cm from nearest part of EUT chassis.
e. For the actual test configuration, please refer to the related Item –EUT Test Photos.
5.1.3 DEVIATION FROM TEST STANDARD
No deviation
5.1.4 TEST SETUP
Vertical Reference
Test Receiver
Ground Plane
40cm
EUT
80cm
LISN
Horizontal Reference
Ground Plane
Note: 1.Support units were connected to second LISN.
2.Both of LISNs (AMN) are 80 cm from EUT and at least 80
from other units and other metal planes
5.1.5 EUT OPERATING CONDITIONS
The EUT was configured for testing in a typical fashion (as a customer would normally use it). The
EUT has been programmed to continuously transmit during test. This operating condition was
tested and used to collect the included data.
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5.1.6 TEST RESULTS
EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Date
Mobile phone
26 ℃
1010hPa
January 06, 2017
Model Name
Relative Humidity
Phase
Test Mode
X522
54%
Mode 1
Remark: All the modes have been investigated, and only worst mode is presented in this report.
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EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Date
Mobile phone
26 ℃
1010hPa
January 06, 2017
Model Name
Relative Humidity
Phase
Test Mode
X522
54%
Mode 1
Remark: All the modes have been investigated, and only worst mode is presented in this report.
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5.2 RADIATED EMISSION MEASUREMENT
5.2.1 RADIATED EMISSION LIMITS (Frequency Range 9kHz-1000MHz)
20dBc in any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the operating frequency band. In case the emission fall
within the restricted band specified on 15.205(a), then the 15.209(a) limit in the table below has to
be followed.
Frequencies
Field Strength
Measurement Distance
(MHz)
(micorvolts/meter)
(meters)
0.009~0.490
2400/F(KHz)
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
LIMITS OF RADIATED EMISSION MEASUREMENT (Above 1000MHz)
FREQUENCY (MHz)
Above 1000
Limit (dBuV/m) (at 3M)
PEAK
AVERAGE
74
54
Notes:
(1) The limit for radiated test was performed according to FCC PART 15C.
(2) The tighter limit applies at the band edges.
(3) Emission level (dBuV/m)=20log Emission level (uV/m).
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Start Frequency
1000 MHz
Stop Frequency
10th carrier harmonic
RB / VB (emission in restricted
band)
1 MHz / 1 MHz for Peak, 1 MHz / 1Hz for Average
Receiver Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Start ~ Stop Frequency
9kHz~150kHz / RB 200Hz for QP
Start ~ Stop Frequency
150kHz~30MHz / RB 9kHz for QP
Start ~ Stop Frequency
30MHz~1000MHz / RB 120kHz for QP
5.2.2 TEST PROCEDURE
a. The measuring distance of at 3 m shall be used for measurements at frequency up to 1GHz.
For frequencies above 1GHz, any suitable measuring distance may be used.
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b. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters above the ground at a 3 meter
open area test site. The table was rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the highest
radiation.
c. The height of the equipment or of the substitution antenna shall be 0.8 m; the height of the test
antenna shall vary between 1 m to 4 m. Both horizontal and vertical polarizations of the
antenna are set to make the measurement.
d. The initial step in collecting conducted emission data is a spectrum analyzer peak detector
mode pre-scanning the measurement frequency range. Significant peaks are then marked and
then Quasi Peak detector mode re-measured.
e. If the Peak Mode measured value compliance with and lower than Quasi Peak Mode Limit, the
EUT shall be deemed to meet QP Limits and then no additional QP Mode measurement
performed.
f. For the actual test configuration, please refer to the related Item –EUT Test Photos.
Note:
Both horizontal and vertical antenna polarities were tested
and performed pretest to three orthogonal axis. The worst case emissions were reported
5.2.3 DEVIATION FROM TEST STANDARD
No deviation
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5.2.4 TEST SETUP
A Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency Below 30MHz
B Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency 30MHz~1GHz
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C Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency Above 1GHz
5.2.5 EUT OPERATING CONDITIONS
The EUT tested system was configured as the statements of 2.4 Unless otherwise a special
operating condition is specified in the follows during the testing.
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5.2.5.1 RESULTS (BELOW 30 MHZ)
EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Mode
Model Name
Relative Humidity
Polarization
Test Date
Mobile phone
20 ℃
1010 hPa
Mode 1
X522
48%
--January 06, 2017
Freq.
Reading
Limit
Margin
State
(MHz)
(dBuV/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dB)
P/F
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
NOTE:
No result in this part for margin above 20dB.
Distance extrapolation factor =20 log (specific distance/test distance)(dB);
Limit line = specific limits(dBuV) + distance extrapolation factor.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
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5.2.5.2 TEST RESULTS (BETWEEN 30M – 1000 MHZ)
EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Mode
Mobile phone
20 ℃
1010 hPa
Mode 1
Model Name
Relative Humidity
Polarization :
Test Date
X522
48%
Horizontal
January 06, 2017
Remark: All the modes have been investigated, and only worst mode is presented in this report.
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EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Mode
Mobile phone
20 ℃
1010 hPa
Mode 1
Model Name
Relative Humidity
Polarization :
Test Date
X522
48%
Vertical
January 06, 2017
Remark: All the modes have been investigated, and only worst mode is presented in this report.
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5.2.5.3 TEST RESULTS (1GHZ TO 25GHZ)
EUT
Mobile phone
Temperature
20 ℃
Pressure
Test Date
1010 hPa
January 06, 2017
Freq.
(MHz)
4824
7236
4824
7236
Ant.
Pol.
H/V
Model Name
Relative
Humidity
Test Mode
Frequency
Emission
Level(dBuV)
PK
AV
60.03
58.45
58.26
59.97
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
41.94
39.94
39.37
40.97
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
X522
48%
Mode 1 TX
2412MHz
Over(dB)
PK
AV
-13.97
-15.55
-15.74
-14.03
-12.06
-14.06
-14.63
-13.03
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
EUT
Temperature
Mobile phone
20 ℃
Model Name
Relative Humidity
X522
48%
Pressure
1010 hPa
Test Mode
Mode 1 TX
Test Date
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2437MHz
Freq.
(MHz)
4874
7311
4874
7311
Ant.Pol. Emission Level(dBuV)
H/V
PK
AV
58.06
59.88
60.00
59.25
40.02
40.98
40.48
40.25
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
Over(dB)
PK
AV
-15.94
-14.12
-14.00
-14.75
-13.98
-13.02
-13.52
-13.75
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
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EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Date
Freq.
(MHz)
4924
7386
4924
7386
Mobile phone
Model Name
X522
20 ℃
1010 hPa
Relative Humidity
Test Mode
48%
Mode 1 TX
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2462MHz
Ant.Pol.
Emission Level(dBuV)
H/V
PK
AV
60.05
59.04
58.22
58.27
41.54
39.17
40.05
39.27
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
Over(dB)
PK
AV
-13.95
-14.96
-15.78
-15.73
-12.46
-14.83
-13.95
-14.73
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
EUT
Mobile phone
Temperature
20 ℃
Pressure
Test Date
Freq.
(MHz)
X522
1010 hPa
Model Name
Relative
Humidity
Test Mode
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2412MHz
Ant. Pol.
H/V
4824
7236
4824
7236
Emission
Level(dBuV)
PK
AV
59.57
59.70
59.62
58.96
39.93
39.72
40.25
39.96
Limit 3m(dBuV/m)
48%
Mode2 TX
Over(dB)
PK
AV
PK
AV
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
-14.43
-14.30
-14.38
-15.04
-14.07
-14.28
-13.75
-14.04
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
Page 26 of 79
EUT
Temperature
Mobile phone
20 ℃
Model Name
Relative Humidity
X522
48%
Pressure
1010 hPa
Test Mode
Mode 2 TX
Test Date
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2437MHz
Freq.
(MHz)
4874
7311
4874
7311
Ant.Pol. Emission Level(dBuV)
H/V
PK
AV
59.44
58.53
58.60
58.38
40.39
40.29
40.27
39.38
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
Over(dB)
PK
AV
-14.56
-15.47
-15.40
-15.62
-13.61
-13.71
-13.73
-14.62
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Date
Freq.
(MHz)
Mobile phone
Model Name
X522
20 ℃
1010 hPa
Relative Humidity
Test Mode
48%
Mode 2 TX
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2462MHz
Ant.Pol.
H/V
Emission Level(dBuV)
PK
AV
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
Over(dB)
PK
AV
4924
59.91
42.00
74
54
-14.09
-12.00
7386
59.89
40.27
74
54
-14.11
-13.73
4924
59.85
39.31
74
54
-14.15
-14.69
7386
59.27
40.27
74
54
-14.73
-13.73
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
Page 27 of 79
EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Date
Freq.
(MHz)
Mobile phone
20 ℃
1010 hPa
January 06, 2017
Ant. Pol.
Emission
Level(dBuV)
PK
AV
H/V
4824
7236
4824
7236
Model Name
Relative Humidity
Test Mode
Frequency
59.79
59.76
59.24
59.34
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
40.55
39.17
40.47
40.34
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
X522
48%
Mode3 TX
2412MHz
Over(dB)
PK
AV
-14.21
-14.24
-14.76
-14.66
-13.45
-14.83
-13.53
-13.66
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
EUT
Temperature
Mobile phone
20 ℃
Model Name
Relative Humidity
X522
48%
Pressure
1010 hPa
Test Mode
Mode 3 TX
Test Date
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2437MHz
Freq.
(MHz)
4874
7311
4874
7311
Ant.Pol.
Emission Level(dBuV)
H/V
PK
AV
58.67
59.82
58.82
59.42
41.85
39.70
39.59
40.42
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
Over(dB)
PK
AV
-15.33
-14.18
-15.18
-14.58
-12.15
-14.30
-14.41
-13.58
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
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EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Date
Freq.
(MHz)
Mobile phone
Model Name
X522
20 ℃
1010 hPa
Relative Humidity
Test Mode
48%
Mode 3 TX
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2462MHz
Ant.Pol.
Emission Level(dBuV)
PK
H/V
AV
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
Over(dB)
PK
AV
4924
60.86
40.25
74
54
-13.14
-13.75
7386
59.16
40.69
74
54
-14.84
-13.31
4924
58.53
40.13
74
54
-15.47
-13.87
7386
58.64
39.64
74
54
-15.36
-14.36
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
EUT
Mobile phone
Temperature
20 ℃
Pressure
Test Date
Freq.
(MHz)
4844
7266
4844
7266
X522
1010 hPa
Model Name
Relative
Humidity
Test Mode
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2422MHz
Ant.
Pol.
H/V
Emission
Level(dBuV)
PK
AV
59.48
58.56
59.41
59.03
41.44
39.54
39.32
40.03
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
48%
Mode4 TX
Over(dB)
PK
AV
-14.52
-15.44
-14.59
-14.97
-12.56
-14.46
-14.68
-13.97
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
Page 29 of 79
EUT
Temperature
Mobile phone
20 ℃
Model Name
Relative Humidity
X522
48%
Pressure
1010 hPa
Test Mode
Mode 4 TX
Test Date
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2437MHz
Freq.
(MHz)
4874
7311
4874
7311
Ant.Pol.
Emission Level(dBuV)
H/V
PK
AV
60.81
58.99
58.19
58.50
40.44
40.30
40.57
39.50
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
74
74
74
74
54
54
54
54
Over(dB)
PK
AV
-13.19
-15.01
-15.81
-15.50
-13.56
-13.70
-13.43
-14.50
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
EUT
Temperature
Pressure
Test Date
Freq.
(MHz)
Mobile phone
Model Name
X522
20 ℃
1010 hPa
Relative Humidity
Test Mode
48%
Mode 4 TX
January 06, 2017
Frequency
2452MHz
Ant.Pol.
H/V
Emission Level(dBuV)
PK
AV
Limit
3m(dBuV/m)
PK
AV
Over(dB)
PK
AV
4904
60.69
41.06
74
54
-13.31
-12.94
7356
58.60
40.18
74
54
-15.40
-13.82
4904
59.71
40.64
74
54
-14.29
-13.36
7356
59.08
40.08
74
54
-14.92
-13.92
Remark:
All emissions not reported were more than 20dB below the specified limit or in the noise floor.
Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
All the x/y/z orientation has been investigated, and only worst case is presented in this report.
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
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6. ANTENNA APPLICATION
6.1 Antenna requirement
The EUT’S antenna is met the requirement of FCC part 15C section 15.203 and 15.247
FCC part 15C section 15.247 requirements: Systems operating in the 2402-2480MHz band that are used
exclusively for fixed, point-to-point operations may employ transmitting antennas with directional gain
greater than 6dBi provided the maximum peak output power of the intentional radiator is reduced by 1dB
for every 3dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6dBi.
6.2 Result
The EUT’s antenna integrated on PCB, The antenna’s gain is 1.0dBi and meets the requirement.
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
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7.0. 6DB BANDWIDTH MEASUREMENT
7.1 TEST SETUP
7.2 LIMITS OF 6DB BANDWIDTH MEASUREMENT
The minimum of 6dB Bandwidth Measurement is >500 kHz
7.3 TEST PROCEDURE
1. Set resolution bandwidth (RBW) = 100 kHz
2. Set the video bandwidth (VBW) ≥ 3 x RBW.
3. Detector = Peak.
4. Trace mode = max hold.
5. Sweep = auto couple.
6. Allow the trace to stabilize.
7. Measure the maximum width of the emission that is constrained by the frequencies associated with the
two
outermost amplitude points (upper and lower) that are attenuated by 6 dB relative to the maximum level
measured
in the fundamental emission.
7.4 TEST RESULT
6dB Occupied Bandwidth
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
Mobile phone
802.11b
24 deg. C,
Data
Channel
Transfer
Frequency
Rate
(MHz)
(Mbps)
2412
2437
2462
Model
Humidity
Mobile phone
802.11g
24 deg. C,
Data
Channel
Transfer
Frequency
Rate
(MHz)
(Mbps)
2412
2437
2462
Model
Humidity
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
X522
56% RH
6 dB Bandwidth
(kHz)
Minimum
Limit
(MHz)
Pass/ Fail
8205.1
8269.2
9551.3
0.5
0.5
0.5
Pass
Pass
Pass
X522
56% RH
6 dB Bandwidth
(kHz)
Minimum
Limit
(MHz)
Pass/ Fail
15769.2
15961.5
16602.3
0.5
0.5
0.5
Pass
Pass
Pass
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EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
Mobile phone
802.11n20
24 deg. C,
Data
Channel
Transfer
Frequency
Rate
(MHz)
(Mbps)
2412
6.5
2437
6.5
2462
6.5
Model
Humidity
Mobile phone
802.11n40
24 deg. C,
Data
Channel
Transfer
Frequency
Rate
(MHz)
(Mbps)
2422
13.5
2437
13.5
2452
13.5
Model
Humidity
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
X522
56% RH
6 dB Bandwidth
(kHz)
Minimum
Limit
(MHz)
Pass/ Fail
16794.9
16730.8
17820.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
Pass
Pass
Pass
X522
56% RH
6 dB Bandwidth
(kHz)
Minimum
Limit
(MHz)
Pass/ Fail
36282.1
27820.5
36410.3
0.5
0.5
0.5
Pass
Pass
Pass
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802.11b at 1Mbps of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
15 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
3.57 dBm
2.410525641 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-3.26 dBm
2.407384615 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
1.60 dB
VIEW
8.205128205 MHz
10
D1 -2.43 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.412 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
18:52:28
802.11b at 1Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
15 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
4.03 dBm
2.438538462 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-2.24 dBm
2.433346154 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
0.40 dB
VIEW
8.269230769 MHz
10
D1 -1.97 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.437 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
18:59:40
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
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802.11b at 1Mbps of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
4.62 dBm
15 ms
2.463538462 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-0.07 dBm
2.457448718 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
-0.83 dB
VIEW
9.551282051 MHz
10
D1 -1.38 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.462 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
18:54:13
802.11g at 6Mbps of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-1.57 dBm
15 ms
2.409756410 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-8.09 dBm
2.403987179 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
0.34 dB
VIEW
15.769230769 MHz
10
D1 -7.57 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.412 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
18:57:17
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
Page 35 of 79
802.11g at 6Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
30 dB
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-0.77 dBm
15 ms
2.437641026 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-7.09 dBm
2.429243590 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
1.12 dB
VIEW
15.961538462 MHz
10
D1 -6.77 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.437 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
19:00:36
802.11g at 6Mbps of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
30 dB
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-1.62 dBm
15 ms
2.462897436 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-7.89 dBm
2.453730769 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
1.04 dB
VIEW
16.602564103 MHz
10
D1 -7.62 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.462 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
19:01:26
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
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802.11n at HT20 of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-1.93 dBm
15 ms
2.409115385 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-7.84 dBm
2.403602564 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
-0.19 dB
VIEW
16.794871795 MHz
10
D1 -7.93 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.412 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
19:02:34
802.11n at HT20 of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-0.94 dBm
15 ms
2.438282051 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-7.36 dBm
2.429115385 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
0.40 dB
VIEW
16.730769231 MHz
10
D1 -6.94 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.437 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
19:03:49
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
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802.11n at HT20 of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-1.29 dBm
15 ms
2.461358974 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-7.32 dBm
2.453153846 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
0.17 dB
VIEW
17.820512821 MHz
10
D1 -7.29 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.462 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
4 MHz/
Span
40 MHz
19:05:02
802.11n at HT40 of CH3
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-5.84 dBm
10 ms
2.438282051 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-11.90 dBm
2.404051282 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
0.69 dB
VIEW
36.282051282 MHz
10
-10
D1 -11.84 dBm
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.422 GHz
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
8 MHz/
Span
80 MHz
Page 38 of 79
802.11n at HT40 of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-2.82 dBm
10 ms
2.439179487 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-8.65 dBm
2.426743590 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
-0.35 dB
VIEW
27.820512821 MHz
10
D1 -8.82 dBm
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.437 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
8 MHz/
Span
80 MHz
19:07:11
802.11n at HT40 of CH9
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
300 kHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-4.45 dBm
10 ms
2.445974359 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-10.85 dBm
2.433923077 GHz
20
Delta 1 [T1 ]
1 PK
-1.29 dB
VIEW
36.410256410 MHz
10
-10
D1 -10.45 dBm
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.452 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
19:08:08
8 MHz/
Span
80 MHz
Page 39 of 79
8.0. MAXIMUM CONDUCTED (AVERAGE)
OUTPUT POWER
8.1 TEST SETUP
8.2 LIMITS OF MAXIMUM CONDUCTED (AVERAGE) OUTPUT POWER
The Maximum Peak Output Power Measurement is 30dBm.
8.3 TEST PROCEDURE
The RF power output was measured with a spectrum analyzer connected to the RF Antenna connector
measurement while EUT was operating in transmit mode at the appropriate centre frequency.
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.)
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 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.
8.4 TEST RESULTS
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
Mobile phone
802.11b
24 deg. C,
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
2412
2437
2462
Model
Humidity
(AVERAGE)
OUTPUT POWER
(dBm)
15.47
16.01
15.81
X522
56% RH
Power Limit
(dBm)
Pass/ Fail
30
30
30
Pass
Pass
Pass
Note: 1. At finial test to get the worst-case emission at 1Mbps for CH1, CH6 and CH11
2. The result basic equation calculation as follow:
Power Output = Power Reading + Cable loss + Attenuator
3. The worse case was recorded
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EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
Mobile phone
802.11g
24 deg. C,
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
2412
2437
2462
Model
Humidity
(AVERAGE)
OUTPUT POWER
(dBm)
13.31
14.04
13.78
X522
56% RH
Power Limit
(dBm)
Pass/ Fail
30
30
30
Pass
Pass
Pass
Note: 1. At finial test to get the worst-case emission at 6 Mbps for CH1, CH6 and CH11
2. The result basic equation calculation as follow:
Power Output = Power Reading + Cable loss + Attenuator
3. The worse case was recorded
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
Mobile phone
Model
802.11n(HT20)
Humidity
24 deg. C,
Channel
(AVERAGE)
Frequency
OUTPUT POWER
(MHz)
(dBm)
2412
13.61
2437
14.56
2462
14.18
X522
56% RH
Power Limit
(dBm)
Pass/ Fail
30
30
30
Pass
Pass
Pass
Note: 1. At finial test to get the worst-case emission at 6.5Mbps for CH1, CH6 and CH11
2. The result basic equation calculation as follow:
Power Output = Power Reading + Cable loss + Attenuator
3. The worse case was recorded
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
Mobile phone
Model
802.11n (HT40)
Humidity
24 deg. C,
Channel
(AVERAGE)
Frequency
OUTPUT POWER
(MHz)
(dBm)
2422
2437
2452
14.88
14.53
14.11
X522
56% RH
Power Limit
(dBm)
Pass/ Fail
30
30
30
Pass
Pass
Pass
Note: 1. At finial test to get the worst-case emission at 13.5Mbps for CH3, CH6 and CH9
2. The result basic equation calculation as follow:
Power Output = Power Reading + Cable loss + Attenuator
3. The worse case was recorded.
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802.11b at 1Mbps of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T1 ]
7.21 dBm
2.412641026 GHz
2.5 ms
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.412 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
10 MHz/
20 MHz
Span
Power
100 MHz
15.47 dBm
18:24:18
802.11b at 1Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
7.80 dBm
2.436358974 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.437 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
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10 MHz/
20 MHz
18:24:49
Power
Span
16.01 dBm
100 MHz
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802.11b at 1Mbps of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
35 dB
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
7.65 dBm
2.461519231 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
-10
VIEW
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.462 GHz
10 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
20 MHz
Span
Power
100 MHz
15.81 dBm
19:22:23
802.11g at 6Mbps of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
3.73 dBm
2.410237179 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.412 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
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10 MHz/
20 MHz
18:22:30
Power
Span
13.31 dBm
100 MHz
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802.11g at 6Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
35 dB
SWT
Marker 1 [T1 ]
4.58 dBm
2.438282051 GHz
2.5 ms
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.437 GHz
10 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
20 MHz
Date: 7.MAR.2017
Span
Power
100 MHz
14.04 dBm
18:23:03
802.11g at 6Mbps of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
Att
35 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
4.13 dBm
2.460878205 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.462 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
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10 MHz/
20 MHz
18:23:30
Power
Span
13.78 dBm
100 MHz
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802.11n HT-20 at 6.5Mbps of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
35 dB
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
3.72 dBm
2.412641026 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.412 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
10 MHz/
20 MHz
Span
Power
100 MHz
13.61 dBm
18:20:58
802.11n HT-20 at 6.5Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
35 dB
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
4.50 dBm
2.438282051 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.437 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
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10 MHz/
20 MHz
18:21:25
Power
Span
14.56 dBm
100 MHz
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802.11n HT-20 at 6.5Mbps of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
35 dB
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
4.76 dBm
2.461198718 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.462 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
10 MHz/
20 MHz
Span
Power
100 MHz
14.18 dBm
18:21:51
802.11n HT-40 at 13.5Mbps of CH3
Ref
30 dBm
Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
35 dB
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
2.68 dBm
2.427128205 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.422 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
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20 MHz/
40 MHz
18:17:29
Power
Span
14.88 dBm
200 MHz
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802.11n HT-40 at 13.5Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
35 dB
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
1.46 dBm
2.432833333 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.437 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
20 MHz/
40 MHz
Span
Power
200 MHz
14.53 dBm
18:18:51
802.11n HT-40 at 13.5Mbps of CH9
Ref
30 dBm
Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
35 dB
SWT
2.5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
1.40 dBm
2.455525641 GHz
20
10
1 RM *
VIEW
-10
D1 -12.88 dBm
-20
-30
TDF
-40
-50
3DB
-60
Center
2.452 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 7.MAR.2017
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20 MHz/
40 MHz
18:19:56
Power
Span
14.11 dBm
200 MHz
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9. POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY
MEASUREMENT
9.1 TEST SETUP
9.2 LIMITS OF POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY MEASUREMENT
The Maximum Power Spectral Density Measurement is 8dBm.
9.3 TEST PROCEDURE
1. Use this procedure when the maximum peak conducted output power in the fundamental emission is
used todemonstrate compliance.
2. Set the RBW = 3 kHz.
3. Set the VBW =10 kHz.
4. Set the span to 1.5 times the DTS channel bandwidth.
5. Detector = peak.
6. Sweep time = auto couple.
7. Trace mode = max hold.
8. Allow trace to fully stabilize.
9. Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level.
10. If measured value exceeds limit, reduce RBW (no less than 3 kHz) and repeat.
11. The resulting peak PSD level must be ≤ 8 dBm.
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9.4
TEST RESULT
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
11
EUT
Mode
Temperature
Channel
Mobile phone
802.11b
24 deg. C,
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
2412
2437
2462
Mobile phone
802.11g
24 deg. C,
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
2412
2437
2462
Mobile phone
802.11n HT20
24 deg. C,
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
2412
2437
2462
Mobile phone
802.11n HT40
24 deg. C,
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
2422
2437
2452
Model
Humidity
Final RF Power
Level in (dBm)
1Mbps
-14.86
-13.38
-13.61
X522
56% RH
Maximum Limit
(dBm)
Pass/ Fail
Pass
Pass
Pass
Model
Humidity
Final RF Power
Level in (dBm)
6Mbps
-15.32
-15.26
-15.55
X522
56% RH
Maximum Limit
(dBm)
Pass/ Fail
Pass
Pass
Pass
Model
Humidity
Final RF Power
Level in (dBm)
6.5Mbps
-15.72
-14.67
-15.67
X522
56% RH
Maximum Limit
(dBm)
Pass/ Fail
Pass
Pass
Pass
Model
Humidity
Final RF Power
Level in (dBm)
13.5Mbps
-18.47
-17.33
-15.60
X522
56% RH
Maximum Limit
(dBm)
Pass/ Fail
Pass
Pass
Pass
Remark: All of the modes have been investigated, and only worst mode is presented in this report.
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802.11b at 1Mbps of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
3.4 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-14.86 dBm
2.411326923 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.412 GHz
3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
802.11b at 1Mbps at CH6
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
30 dB
SWT
3.4 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-13.38 dBm
2.437769231 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
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3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
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802.11b at 1Mbps of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
30 dB
SWT
3.4 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-13.61 dBm
2.462721154 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.462 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
19:25:11
802.11g at 6Mbps of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
3.4 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-15.32 dBm
2.411086538 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.412 GHz
Date: 10.JAN.2017
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3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
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802.11g at 6Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-15.26 dBm
3.4 s
2.438586538 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.437 GHz
3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
802.11g at 6Mbps of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-15.55 dBm
3.4 s
2.467336538 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
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2.462 GHz
3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
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802.11n HT20 at 6.5Mbps of CH1
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
3.4 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-15.72 dBm
2.410750000 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.412 GHz
3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
802.11n HT20 at 6.5Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
3.4 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-14.67 dBm
2.439115385 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
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2.437 GHz
3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
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802.11n HT20 at 6.5Mbps of CH11
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-15.67 dBm
3.4 s
2.468586538 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.462 GHz
3 MHz/
Span
30 MHz
802.11n HT40 at13.5Mbps of CH3
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-18.47 dBm
6.8 s
2.438538462 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
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6 MHz/
Span
60 MHz
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802.11n HT40 at 13.5Mbps of CH6
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
6.8 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-17.33 dBm
2.439500000 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
2.437 GHz
6 MHz/
Span
60 MHz
802.11n HT40 at 13.5Mbps of CH9
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
3 kHz
* VBW
10 kHz
SWT
6.8 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-15.60 dBm
2.448538462 GHz
30
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Center
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2.452 GHz
6 MHz/
Span
60 MHz
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10. OUT OF BAND MEASUREMENT
10.1 TEST SETUP FOR BAND EDGE
The restricted band requirement based on radiated emission test; please see the clause 6 for the test
setup
10.2 LIMITS OF OUT OF BAND EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT
1. Below –20dB of the highest emission level of operating band (in 100kHz Resolution Bandwidth).
2. Fall in the restricted bands listed in section 15.205. The maximum permitted average field strength is listed
in section 15.209.
10.3 TEST PROCEDURE
For signals in the restricted bands above and below the 2.4-2.483GHz allocated band a measurement was
made of radiated emission test.( Peak values with RBW=VBW=1MHz and PK detector. AV value with
RBW=1MHz,VBW=10Hz and PK detector)
For bandage test, the spectrum set as follows: RBW=100 kHz, VBW=100 kHz. A conducted measurement
used
10.4 TEST RESULT
Please see next pages
Note: This is a handhold device. The radiated emissions should be tested under 3-axes position (Lying,
Stand), After pre-test. It was found that the worse radiated emission was get at the lying position.
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Radiated measurement:
802.11b
Indicated
Antenna
Receiver result
Polar
Frequency
Reading (PK/AV) (H/V)
(MHz)
(dBV/m)
Correction Factor
Ant.
Factor
(dB/m)
Cable
Loss
(dB)
FCC Part 15.247
Cord.
Pre-Amp.
Limit
Margin
Amp.
Gain
(dBV/m) (dB)
(dB)
(dBV/m)
Low Channel (2412MHz)
2390
30.14
AV
30.3
4.1
33.1
31.44
54
22.56
2390
30.37
AV
30.3
4.1
33.1
31.67
54
22.33
2390
40.94
PK
30.3
4.1
33.1
42.24
74
31.76
2390
40.21
PK
30.3
4.1
33.1
High Channel (2462MHz)
41.51
74
32.49
2483.5
31.05
AV
31
4.4
32.7
33.75
54
20.25
2483.5
29.33
AV
31
4.4
32.7
32.03
54
21.97
2483.5
41.47
PK
31
4.4
32.7
44.17
74
29.83
2483.5
40.72
PK
31
4.4
32.7
43.42
74
30.58
802.11g
Indicated
Receiver result
Frequency
Reading (PK/AV)
(MHz)
(dBV/m)
Antenna
Polar
(H/V)
Correction Factor
Ant.
Factor
(dB/m)
Cable
Loss
(dB)
FCC Part 15.247
Cord.
Pre-Amp.
Limit
Margin
Amp.
Gain
(dBV/m) (dB)
(dB)
(dBV/m)
Low Channel (2412MHz)
2390
30.54
AV
30.3
4.1
33.1
31.84
54
22.16
2390
30.02
AV
30.3
4.1
33.1
31.32
54
22.68
2390
40.57
PK
30.3
4.1
33.1
41.87
74
32.13
2390
42.06
PK
30.3
4.1
33.1
High Channel (2462MHz)
43.36
74
30.64
2483.5
31.22
AV
31
4.4
32.7
33.92
54
20.08
2483.5
31.58
AV
31
4.4
32.7
34.28
54
19.72
2483.5
40.58
PK
31
4.4
32.7
43.28
74
30.72
2483.5
41.55
PK
31
4.4
32.7
44.25
74
29.75
Note: The BAND EDGE RESTRICTED BANDS emission is too low at least 20dB to the Fundamental.
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802.11n HT20
Indicated
Antenna
Receiver result
Polar
Frequency
Reading (PK/AV) (H/V)
(MHz)
(dBV/m)
Correction Factor
Ant.
Factor
(dB/m)
Cable
Loss
(dB)
FCC Part 15.247
Cord.
Pre-Amp.
Limit
Margin
Amp.
Gain
(dBV/m) (dB)
(dB)
(dBV/m)
Low Channel (2412MHz)
2390
34.04
AV
30.3
4.1
33.1
35.34
54
18.66
2390
35.09
AV
30.3
4.1
33.1
36.39
54
17.61
2390
51.61
PK
30.3
4.1
33.1
52.91
74
21.09
2390
50.60
PK
30.3
4.1
33.1
High Channel (2462MHz)
51.90
74
22.10
2483.5
31.83
AV
31
4.4
32.7
34.53
54
19.47
2483.5
31.71
AV
31
4.4
32.7
34.41
54
19.59
2483.5
40.92
PK
31
4.4
32.7
43.62
74
30.38
2483.5
40.46
PK
31
4.4
32.7
43.16
74
30.84
802.11n HT40
Indicated
Receiver result
Frequency
Reading (PK/AV)
(MHz)
(dBV/m)
Antenna
Polar
(H/V)
Correction Factor
Ant.
Factor
(dB/m)
Cable
Loss
(dB)
FCC Part 15.247
Cord.
Pre-Amp.
Limit
Margin
Amp.
Gain
(dBV/m) (dB)
(dB)
(dBV/m)
Low Channel (2422MHz)
2390
36.69
AV
30.3
4.1
33.1
37.99
54
16.01
2390
37.59
AV
30.3
4.1
33.1
38.89
54
15.11
2390
52.35
PK
30.3
4.1
33.1
53.65
74
20.35
2390
54.39
PK
30.3
4.1
33.1
High Channel (2452MHz)
55.69
74
18.31
2483.5
32.36
AV
31
4.4
32.7
35.06
54
18.94
2483.5
32.24
AV
31
4.4
32.7
34.94
54
19.06
2483.5
45.98
PK
31
4.4
32.7
48.68
74
25.32
2483.5
46.60
PK
31
4.4
32.7
49.30
74
24.70
Note: The BAND EDGE RESTRICTED BANDS emission is too low at least 20dB to the Fundamental.
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Band Edges Measurement:
802.11b:
Low channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
100 kHz
* SWT
10 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-43.43 dBm
2.399551282 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
3.57 dBm
2.411570513 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -26.43 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
F2
-70
Center
2.38 GHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
10 MHz/
Span
100 MHz
16:45:24
High channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
100 kHz
* SWT
10 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-46.49 dBm
2.493108969 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
4.27 dBm
2.461378205 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -25.73 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
F1
-70
Center
2.5 GHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
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16:47:17
10 MHz/
Span
100 MHz
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802.11g:
Low channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
100 kHz
* SWT
10 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-36.76 dBm
2.399711538 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-2.31 dBm
2.412692308 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
D1 -32.31 dBm
-40
-50
-60
F2
-70
Center
2.38 GHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
10 MHz/
Span
100 MHz
16:48:50
High channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
100 kHz
* SWT
10 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-43.18 dBm
2.480929487 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-1.41 dBm
2.460416667 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
D1 -31.41 dBm
-40
-50
-60
F1
-70
Center
2.5 GHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
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16:49:53
10 MHz/
Span
100 MHz
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802.11n HT20:
Low channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
100 kHz
* SWT
10 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-39.79 dBm
2.398108974 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-1.74 dBm
2.411410256 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
D1 -31.74 dBm
-40
-50
-60
F2
-70
Start
2.33 GHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
10 MHz/
Stop
2.43 GHz
16:51:40
High channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
100 kHz
* SWT
10 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-44.79 dBm
2.484615385 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-1.23 dBm
2.461217949 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
D1 -31.23 dBm
-40
-50
-60
F1
-70
Center
2.5 GHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
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16:52:51
10 MHz/
Span
100 MHz
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802.11n HT40:
Low channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
100 kHz
* SWT
25 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-43.44 dBm
2.396907046 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-4.90 dBm
2.424551282 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
D1 -34.9 dBm
-40
-50
-60
F2
-70
Center
2.33 GHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
25 MHz/
Span
250 MHz
16:57:38
High channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
* VBW
100 kHz
* SWT
25 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-41.25 dBm
2.480128205 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
-4.19 dBm
2.454086538 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
3DB
-30
D1 -34.19 dBm
-40
-50
-60
F1
-70
Start
2.4 GHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
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16:59:30
25 MHz/
Stop
2.65 GHz
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Conducted measurement:
802.11b:
Low channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-39.83 dBm
79.166666667 MHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
9.22 dBm
2.390945513 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -20.78 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
17:03:35
Middle channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
9.61 dBm
2.430961538 GHz
Marker 2 [T1 ]
30
-39.12 dBm
119.182692308 MHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -20.39 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
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17:07:09
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
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High channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
10.35 dBm
2.430961538 GHz
Marker 2 [T1 ]
30
-37.80 dBm
119.182692308 MHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
D1 -19.65 dBm
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
17:07:49
802.11g:
Low channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-42.31 dBm
24.608990385 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
8.75 dBm
2.390945513 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -21.25 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
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17:09:07
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
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Middle channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-41.71 dBm
24.729038462 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
9.60 dBm
2.430961538 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -20.4 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
17:09:48
High channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-41.40 dBm
24.769054487 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
9.56 dBm
2.430961538 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -20.44 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
17:10:46
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
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802.11n HT20:
Low channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-41.99 dBm
24.208830128 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
8.30 dBm
2.390945513 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -21.7 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
17:11:27
Middle channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-41.84 dBm
119.182692308 MHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
9.61 dBm
2.430961538 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -20.39 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
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2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
Page 66 of 79
High channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
9.45 dBm
2.430961538 GHz
Marker 2 [T1 ]
30
-42.93 dBm
119.182692308 MHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -20.55 dBm
3DB
-30
2- 4 0
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
17:14:41
802.11n HT40:
Low channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-42.06 dBm
23.008349359 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
6.39 dBm
2.390945513 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -23.61 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
17:15:49
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
Page 67 of 79
Middle channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-42.50 dBm
22.087980769 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
5.72 dBm
2.430961538 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -24.28 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
High channel
Ref
30 dBm
* Att
30 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
* SWT
145 ms
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-42.41 dBm
23.648605769 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30
6.42 dBm
2.430961538 GHz
20
1 PK
VIEW
10
TDF
-10
-20
D1 -23.58 dBm
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
Start
30 MHz
Date: 8.MAR.2017
Report No.: FCC17010001A-3
17:19:08
2.497 GHz/
Stop
25 GHz
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11. EUT TEST PHOTO
CONDUCTED EMISSION TEST
RADIATED EMISSION TEST
(Frequency from 30MHz to 1GHz)
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RADIATED EMISSION TEST
(Frequency above 1GHz)
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12. PHOTOGRAPHS OF EUT
Appearance photograph of EUT
Appearance photograph of EUT
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Appearance photograph of EUT
Appearance photograph of EUT
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Appearance photograph of EUT
Appearance photograph of EUT
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Appearance photograph of EUT
Internal photograph of EUT
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Internal photograph of EUT
Internal photograph of EUT
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Internal photograph of EUT
Internal photograph of EUT
BT/WiFi Antenna
GSM/WCDMA/LT
E Antenna
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Internal photograph of EUT
Internal photograph of EUT
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Internal photograph of EUT
Internal photograph of EUT
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Internal photograph of EUT
Internal photograph of EUT
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Internal photograph of EUT
Internal photograph of EUT
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Internal photograph of EUT
Internal photograph of EUT
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Internal photograph of EUT
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