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6. Test Facilities Utilized
Conducted test system
No.
Equipment
Model
Serial
Number
Manufacturer
Calibration
Period
Calibration
Due date
Vector Signal
Analyzer
FSQ26
200136
Rohde &
Schwarz
1 year
2019-11-21
LISN
ESH3-Z5
825562/0
28
Rohde &
Schwarz
1 year
2019-08-22
Test Receiver
ESCI
100766
Rohde &
Schwarz
1 year
2019-04-16
Shielding Room
S81
ETS-Lindgren
Radiated emission test system
No.
Equipment
Model
Serial
Number
Manufacturer
Calibration
Period
Calibration
Due date
Test Receiver
ESU26
100376
Rohde & Schwarz
1 year
2019-11-27
BiLog Antenna
VULB9163
9163-482
Schwarzbeck
1 year
2019-09-21
Dual-Ridge
Waveguide Horn
Antenna
3117
00139065
ETS-Lindgren
1 year
2019-11-15
Dual-Ridge
Waveguide Horn
Antenna
3116
2663
ETS-Lindgren
3 years
2020-05-31
Vector Signal
Analyzer
FSV40
101047
Rohde & Schwarz
1 year
2019-07-27
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7. Measurement Uncertainty
7.1. Peak Output Power - Conducted
Measurement Uncertainty:
Measurement Uncertainty(k=2)
0.66dB
7.2. Frequency Band Edges
Measurement Uncertainty:
Measurement Uncertainty(k=2)
0.66dB
7.3. Transmitter Spurious Emission - Conducted
Measurement Uncertainty:
FrequencyRange
Uncertainty(k=2)
30 MHz ~ 8 GHz
1.22dB
8 GHz ~ 12.75 GHz
1.51dB
12.7GHz ~ 26 GHz
1.51dB
7.4. Transmitter Spurious Emission - Radiated
Measurement Uncertainty:
FrequencyRange
Uncertainty(k=2)
<1 GHz
5.40dB
> 1 GHz
4.32dB
7.5. 6dB Bandwidth
Measurement Uncertainty:
Measurement Uncertainty(k=2)
61.936Hz
7.6. Maximum Power Spectral Density Level
Measurement Uncertainty:
Measurement Uncertainty(k=2)
0.66dB
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7.7. AC Powerline Conducted Emission
Measurement Uncertainty:
Measurement Uncertainty(k=2)
3.10dB
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ANNEX A: Detailed Test Results
A.1. Measurement Method
A.1.1. Conducted Measurements
The measurement is made according to ANSI C63.10.
1). Connect the EUT to the test system correctly.
2). Set the EUT to the required work mode (Transmitter, receiver or transmitter & receiver).
3). Set the EUT to the required channel.
4). Set the EUT hopping mode (hopping or hopping off).
5). Set the spectrum analyzer to start measurement.
6). Record the values. Vector Signal Analyzer
EUT
Vector Signal
Analyzer
A.1.2. Radiated Emission Measurements
The measurement is made according to ANSI C63.10.
The radiated emission test is performed in semi-anechoic chamber. The distance from the EUT to
the reference point of measurement antenna is 3m. The test is carried out on both vertical and
horizontal polarization and only maximization result of both polarizations is kept. During the test,
the turntable is rotated 360° and the measurement antenna is moved from 1m to 4m to get the
maximization result.
In the case of radiated emission, the used settings are as follows,
Sweep frequency from 30 MHz to 1GHz, RBW = 100 kHz, VBW = 300 kHz;
Sweep frequency from 1 GHz to 26GHz, RBW = 1MHz, VBW = 1MHz;
Receiver
Signalling
Tester
Amp
Tower/Table
Controller
Filter
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A.2. Peak Output Power - Conducted
Method of Measurement:See ANSI C63.10-clause 11.9.1.1
a) Set the RBW = 1 MHz.
b) Set VBW = 3 MHz.
c) Set span = 3 MHz.
d) Sweep time = auto couple.
e) Detector = peak.
f) Trace mode = max hold.
g) Allow trace to fully stabilize.
h) Use peak marker function to determine the peak amplitude level.
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit (dBm)
FCC Part 15.247(b)(1)
< 30
Measurement Results:
For GFSK
Channel No.
Frequency (MHz)
Peak Conducted Output Power (dBm)
Conclusion
2402
-0.94
19
2440
-0.08
39
2480
-1.68
Conclusion: PASS
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A.3. Frequency Band Edges - Conducted
Method of Measurement:See ANSI C63.10-clause6.10.4
Connect the spectrum analyzer to the EUT using an appropriate RF cable connected to the EUT
output.Configure the spectrum analyzer settings as described below.
a) Set Span = 8MHz
b) Sweep Time:Auto
c) Set the RBW=100 kHz
c)Set the VBW= 300 kHz
d)Detector: Peak
e) Trace: Max hold
Observe the stored trace and measure the amplitude deltabetween the peak of the fundamental
and the peak of the band-edge emission. This is not anabsolute field strength measurement; it is
only a relative measurement to determine the amount bywhich the emission drops at the band
edge relative to the highest fundamental emission level.
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit (dBc)
FCC 47 CFR Part 15.247 (d)
<-20
Measurement Result:
For GFSK
Channel
No.
Frequency
(MHz)
Hopping
Band Edge Power
( dBc)
2402
Hopping OFF
Fig.1
-53.39
39
2480
Hopping OFF
Fig.2
-55.38
Conclusion
Conclusion: PASS
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Test graphs as below
Fig.1.
Frequency Band Edges: GFSK, 2402 MHz, Hopping Off
Fig.2.
Frequency Band Edges: GFSK, 2480 MHz, Hopping Off
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A.4. Transmitter Spurious Emission-Conducted
Method of Measurement:See ANSI C63.10-clause 11.11.2 and clause 11.11.3
Measurement Procedure – Reference Level
1. Set the RBW = 100 kHz.
2. Set the VBW = 300 kHz.
3. Set the span to ≥1.5 times the DTS bandwidth.
4. Detector = peak.
5. Sweep time = auto couple.
6. Trace mode = max hold.
7. Allow trace to fully stabilize.
8. Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum PSDlevel.Next, determine the power
in 100 kHz band segments outside of the authorized frequency bandusing the following
measurement:
Measurement Procedure - Unwanted Emissions
1. Set RBW = 100 kHz.
2. Set VBW = 300 kHz.
3. Set span to encompass the spectrum to be examined.
4. Detector = peak.
5. Trace Mode = max hold.
6. Sweep = auto couple.
7. Allow the trace to stabilize (this may take some time, depending on the extent of thespan).
Ensure that the amplitude of all unwanted emissions outside of the authorized frequency
band(excluding restricted frequency bands) is attenuated by at least the minimum
requirementsspecified above.
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit
FCC 47 CFR Part 15.247 (d)
20dB below peak output power in 100 kHz
bandwidth
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Measurement Results:
For GFSK
Channel No.
Frequency (MHz)
2402
19
2440
39
2480
Frequency Range
Test Results
Conclusion
Center Frequency
Fig.3
30 MHz ~ 1 GHz
Fig.4
1 GHz ~ 3 GHz
Fig.5
3 GHz ~ 10 GHz
Fig.6
10GHz ~ 26 GHz
Fig.7
Center Frequency
Fig.8
30 MHz ~ 1 GHz
Fig.9
1 GHz ~ 3 GHz
Fig.10
3 GHz ~ 10 GHz
Fig.11
10GHz ~ 26 GHz
Fig.12
Center Frequency
Fig.13
30 MHz ~ 1 GHz
Fig.14
1 GHz ~ 3GHz
Fig.15
3 GHz ~ 10 GHz
Fig.16
10 GHz ~ 26 GHz
Fig.17
Conclusion: PASS
Test graphs as below
Fig.3.
Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK,2402MHz
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Fig.4.
Fig.5.
Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2402 MHz, 30MHz - 1GHz
Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2402 MHz,1GHz - 3GHz
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Fig.6.
Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2402 MHz,3GHz - 10GHz
Fig.7.
Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2402 MHz,10GHz - 26GHz
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Fig.8.
Fig.9.
Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2440MHz
Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2440 MHz, 30MHz - 1GHz
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Fig.10. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2440 MHz, 1GHz – 3GHz
Fig.11. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2440 MHz, 3GHz – 10GHz
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Fig.12. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2440 MHz, 10GHz – 26GHz
Fig.13. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2480 MHz
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Fig.14. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2480 MHz, 30MHz - 1GHz
Fig.15. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2480 MHz, 1GHz - 3GHz
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Fig.16. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted:GFSK, 2480 MHz,3GHz - 10GHz
Fig.17. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Conducted: GFSK, 2480 MHz, 10GHz - 26GHz
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A.5. Transmitter Spurious Emission - Radiated
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit
FCC 47 CFR Part 15.247, 15.205, 15.209
20dB below peak output power
In addition, radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands, as defined in § 15.205(a), must
also comply with the radiated emission limits specified in § 15.209(a) (see § 15.205(c)).
The measurement is made according to ANSI C63.10
Limit in restricted band:
Frequency of emission
(MHz)
Field strength(uV/m)
Field strength(dBuV/m)
30-88
100
40
88-216
150
43.5
216-960
200
46
Above 960
500
54
Test Condition
The EUT was placed on a non-conductive table. The measurement antenna was placed at a
distance of 3 meters from the EUT. During the tests, the antenna height and the EUT azimuth
were varied in order to identify the maximum level of emissions from the EUT. This maximization
process was repeated with the EUT positioned in each of its three orthogonal orientations.
Frequency of emission
(MHz)
RBW/VBW
Sweep Time(s)
30-1000
100KHz/300KHz
1000-4000
1MHz/1MHz
15
4000-18000
1MHz/1MHz
40
18000-26500
1MHz/1MHz
20
Measurement Results:
A "reference path loss" is established and the ARpl is the attenuation of “reference path loss”, and
including the gain of receive antenna, the gain of the preamplifier, the cable loss.
The measurement results are obtained as described below:
Result=PMea+ARpl
For GFSK
Frequency
Frequency Range
Test Results
Conclusion
Power
2.38GHz~2.4GHz---L
Fig.18
Power
2.45GHz~2.5GHz---H
Fig.19
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GFSK 2402MHz–Average
Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Result
(dBμV/m)
Cable
loss
(dB)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
Receiver
Reading
(dBμV)
Limit
(dBμV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Antenna
Pol.
(H/V)
Antenna
Height
(cm)
Turntable
angle
(deg)
2386.000
2387.300
4804.000
46.18
46.20
33.45
2.9
2.9
-32.9
32.0
32.0
34.5
11.30
11.34
31.80
54.0
54.0
54.0
7.8
7.8
20.6
155
155
155
48
92
7206.000
9608.000
37.08
41.10
-31.6
-30.0
36.1
37.0
32.61
34.15
54.0
54.0
16.9
12.9
155
155
48
68
12010.000
42.31
-29.8
39.3
GFSK 2440MHz–Average
32.84
54.0
11.7
155
92
Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Result
(dBμV/m)
Cable
loss
(dB)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
Receiver
Reading
(dBμV)
Limit
(dBμV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Antenna
Pol.
(H/V)
Antenna
Height
(cm)
Turntable
angle
(deg)
2436.500
2443.200
4882.000
46.32
46.45
33.06
2.9
2.9
-32.7
32.0
32.2
34.5
11.42
11.37
31.27
54.0
54.0
54.0
7.7
7.6
20.9
155
155
155
175
26
7323.000
9764.000
38.37
39.21
-31.9
-30.6
36.1
37.2
34.21
32.58
54.0
54.0
15.6
14.8
155
155
355
12205.000
44.17
-29.4
39.2
GFSK 2480MHz–Average
34.38
54.0
9.8
155
12
Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Result
(dBμV/m)
Cable
loss
(dB)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
Receiver
Reading
(dBμV)
Limit
(dBμV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Antenna
Pol.
(H/V)
Antenna
Height
(cm)
Turntable
angle
(deg)
2483.500
2499.700
4960.000
46.35
46.31
33.74
2.9
2.9
-33.4
32.8
32.3
34.5
10.66
11.06
32.61
54.0
54.0
54.0
7.7
7.7
20.3
155
155
155
175
194
215
7440.000
9920.000
37.41
42.18
-31.8
-29.9
36.0
37.4
33.15
34.71
54.0
54.0
16.6
11.8
155
155
196
241
12400.000
43.47
-29.5
39.1
33.85
54.0
10.5
155
259
GFSK 2402MHz–Peak
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Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Result
(dBμV/m)
Cable
loss
(dB)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
Receiver
Reading
(dBμV)
Limit
(dBμV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Antenna
Pol.
(H/V)
Antenna
Height
(cm)
Turntable
angle
(deg)
2386.104
2387.042
4803.750
59.90
61.07
40.82
2.9
2.9
-32.9
32.0
32.0
34.5
25.02
26.20
39.17
74.0
74.0
74.0
14.1
12.9
33.2
155
155
155
44
88
7206.000
9608.250
42.33
46.77
-31.6
-30.0
36.1
37.0
37.86
39.82
74.0
74.0
31.7
27.2
155
155
44
66
12009.750
47.66
-29.8
GFSK 2440MHz–Peak
39.3
38.18
74.0
26.3
155
88
Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Result
(dBμV/m)
Cable
loss
(dB)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
Receiver
Reading
(dBμV)
Limit
(dBμV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Antenna
Pol.
(H/V)
Antenna
Height
(cm)
Turntable
angle
(deg)
2330.000
2746.832
4881.750
48.42
50.61
39.89
-27.7
-26.6
-32.7
31.3
33.0
34.5
44.84
44.18
38.11
74.0
74.0
74.0
25.6
23.4
34.1
155
155
155
176
22
7323.000
9764.250
43.85
44.94
-31.9
-30.6
36.1
37.2
39.69
38.31
74.0
74.0
30.2
29.1
155
155
352
12204.750
48.30
-29.4
GFSK 2480MHz–Peak
39.2
38.51
74.0
25.7
155
Frequency
(MHz)
Measurement
Result
(dBμV/m)
Cable
loss
(dB)
Antenna
Factor
(dB/m)
Receiver
Reading
(dBμV)
Limit
(dBμV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Antenna
Pol.
(H/V)
Antenna
Height
(cm)
Turntable
angle
(deg)
2484.980
2492.320
4959.750
60.16
60.13
41.16
2.9
2.9
-33.4
32.7
32.5
34.5
24.51
24.67
40.03
74.0
74.0
74.0
13.8
13.9
32.8
155
155
155
176
198
220
7440.000
9920.250
43.02
48.04
-31.8
-29.9
36.0
37.4
38.76
40.57
74.0
74.0
31.0
26.0
155
155
198
242
12399.750
47.34
-29.5
39.1
37.71
74.0
26.7
155
264
Conclusion: PASS
Test graphs as below:
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R E - P o w e r-2 .3 8 G H z -2 .4 5 G H z
100
90
80
P a rt 1 5 P K
Level in dBµV/m
70
2 .3 8 7 0 4 2 0 0 0 G H z
6 1 .0 6 9 d B µ V / m
60
50
P a2rt.31859 9A9V6 0 0 0 G H z
4 6 .7 2 5 d B µ V / m
40
30
20
23 80
23 90
24 00
24 10
24 20
24 30
24 40
24 50
F re q u e n c y in M H z
Fig.18. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Radiated (Power): GFSK low channel
R E - P o w e r-2 .4 5 G H z -2 .5 G H z
100
95
90
85
80
P a rt 1 5 C P K
Level in dBµV/m
75
70
2 .4 8 4 9 8 0 0 0 0 G H z
6 0 .1 5 8 d B µ V / m
65
60
55
2 .4 8 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 G H z
4 6 .8 0 1 d B µ V / m
50
P a rt 1 5 C
AV
45
40
35
30
24 50
24 60
24 70
24 80
24 90
25 00
F re q u e n c y in M H z
Fig.19. Transmitter Spurious Emission -Radiated (Power): GFSK high channel
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A.6. 6dB Bandwidth
Method of Measurement:
The measurement is made according to ANSI C63.10 clause11.8.1
1.Set RBW = 100 kHz.
2. Set the video bandwidth (VBW) = 300 kHz.
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 frequencies) that are attenuated by 6 dB
relative to the maximum level measured in the fundamental emission.
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit
FCC 47 CFR Part 15.247(a)(2)
>= 500KHz
Measurement Results:
For GFSK
Channel No.
Frequency (MHz)
6dB Bandwidth (kHz)
Conclusion
2402
Fig.20
675.50
19
2440
Fig.21
671.50
39
2480
Fig.22
676.00
Conclusion: PASS
Test graphs as below:
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Fig.20. 6dB Bandwidth: GFSK, 2402 MHz
Fig.21. 6dB Bandwidth: GFSK, 2440 MHz
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Fig.22. 6dB Bandwidth: GFSK, 2480 MHz
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A.7. Maximum Power Spectral Density Level
Method of Measurement:
The measurement is made according to ANSI C63.10 clause 11.10.2
1. Set the RBW = 3 kHz.
2. Set the VBW =10 kHz.
3. Set the span to 2 times the DTS bandwidth.
4. Detector = peak.
5. Sweep time = auto couple.
6. Trace mode = max hold.
7. Allow trace to fully stabilize.
8. Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level within the RBW.
Measurement Limit:
Standard
Limit
FCC 47 CFR Part 15.247(e)
<=8.0dBm/3kHz
Measurement Results:
For GFSK
Maximum Power Spectral Density
Level(dBm/3kHz)
Channel No.
Frequency (MHz)
Conclusion
2402
Fig.23
-18.26
19
2440
Fig.24
-16.82
39
2480
Fig.25
-18.05
Test graphs as below:
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Fig.23. Maximum Power Spectral Density Level Function: GFSK, 2402 MHz
Fig.24. Maximum Power Spectral Density Level Function: GFSK, 2440 MHz
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Fig.25. Maximum Power Spectral Density Level Function: GFSK, 2480 MHz
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A.8. AC Powerline Conducted Emission
Method of Measurement:See ANSI C63.10-clause 6.2
1. the one EUT cable configuration and arrangement and mode of operation that produced the
emission with the highest amplitude relative to the limit is selected for the final measurement, while
applying the appropriate modulating signal to the EUT.
2. If the EUT is relocated from an exploratory test site to a final test site, the highest emissions
shall be remaximized at the final test location before final ac power-line conducted emission
measurements are performed.
3. The final test on all current-carrying conductors of all of the power cords to the equipment that
comprises the EUT (but not the cords associated with other non-EUT equipment in the system) is
then performed for the full frequency range for which the EUT is being tested for compliance
without further variation of the EUT arrangement, cable positions, or EUT mode of operation.
4. If the EUT is comprised of equipment units that have their own separate ac power
connections, e.g., floor-standing equipment with independent power cords for each shelf that are
able to connect directly to the ac power network, each current-carrying conductor of one unit is
measured while the other units are connected to a second (or more) LISN(s). All units shall be
separately measured. If a power strip is provided by the manufacturer, to supply all of the units
making up the EUT, only the conductors in the power cord of the power strip shall be measured.
5. If the EUT uses a detachable antenna, these measurements shall be made with a suitable
dummy load connected to the antenna output terminals; otherwise, the tests shall be made with
the antenna connected and, if adjustable, fully extended. When measuring the ac conducted
emissions from a device that operates between 150 kHz and 30 MHz a non-detachable antenna
may be replaced with a dummy load for the measurements within the fundamental emission band
of the transmitter, but only for those measurements.36 Record the six highest EUT emissions
relative to the limit of each of the current-carrying conductors of the power cords of the equipment
that comprises the EUT over the frequency range specified by the procuring or regulatory agency.
Diagram or photograph the test setup that was used. See Clause 8 for full reporting requirements.
Test Condition
Voltage(V)
Frequency(Hz)
120
60
Measurement Result and limit:
Bluetooth (Quasi-peak Limit)
Frequency range(MHz)
Quasi-peak Limit (dBV)
0.15 to 0.5
66 to 56
0.5 to 5
56
5 to 30
60
Conclusion
NOTE: The limit decreases linearly with the logarithm of the frequency in the range 0.15 MHz to
0.5 MHz.
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Bluetooth (Average Limit)
Frequency range
(MHz)
Average Limit (dBV)
0.15 to 0.5
56 to 46
0.5 to 5
46
5 to 30
50
Conclusion
NOTE: The limit decreases linearly with the logarithm of the frequency in the range 0.15 MHz to
0.5 MHz.
The measurement is made according to ANSI C63.10
Conclusion: PASS
Test graphs as below:
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Traffic:
70
65
EN 5 502 2 Vol t age on Mai ns QP
60
55
EN 5 502 2 Vol t age on Mai ns AV
50
Level in dBuV
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
150 k
30 0
40 0 50 0
80 0 1M
2M
3M
4M 5M
10M
20 M
30 M
F re q u e n c y in H z
Final Result 1
Frequency QuasiPeak Meas. Time Bandwidth
(MHz)
(dBµV)
(ms)
(kHz)
PE Line Corr. Margin
Limit
(dB)
(dB) (dBµV)
1.261500
45.8
2000.0
9.000
GND L1
10.4
10.2
56.0
2.188500
47.3
2000.0
9.000
GND L1
10.4
8.7
56.0
2.256000
2.323500
49.9
50.4
2000.0
2000.0
9.000
9.000
GND L1
GND L1
10.4
10.4
6.1
5.6
56.0
56.0
2.391000
2.458500
50.7
49.6
2000.0
2000.0
9.000
9.000
GND L1
GND L1
10.4
10.4
5.3
6.4
56.0
56.0
Final Result 2
Frequency QuasiPeak Meas. Time Bandwidth
(MHz)
(dBµV)
(ms)
(kHz)
PE Line Corr. Margin
Limit
(dB)
(dB) (dBµV)
0.532500
1.338000
39.4
39.2
2000.0
2000.0
9.000
9.000
GND N
GND N
10.3
10.3
6.6
6.8
46.0
46.0
1.401000
39.7
2000.0
9.000
GND N
10.4
6.3
46.0
2.265000
39.8
2000.0
9.000
GND L1
10.4
6.2
46.0
2.328000
2.395500
41.0
40.5
2000.0
2000.0
9.000
9.000
GND L1
GND L1
10.4
10.4
5.0
5.5
46.0
46.0
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Idle:
70
65
EN 5 502 2 Vol t age on Mai ns QP
60
55
EN 5 502 2 Vol t age on Mai ns AV
50
Level in dBuV
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
150 k
30 0
40 0 50 0
80 0 1M
2M
3M
4M 5M
10M
20 M
30 M
F re q u e n c y in H z
Final Result 1
Frequency QuasiPeak Meas. Time Bandwidth
(MHz)
(dBµV)
(ms)
(kHz)
PE Line Corr. Margin
Limit
(dB)
(dB) (dBµV)
1.261500
45.5
2000.0
9.000
GND L1
10.4
10.5
56.0
2.256000
50.0
2000.0
9.000
GND L1
10.4
6.0
56.0
2.323500
2.395500
50.6
51.0
2000.0
2000.0
9.000
9.000
GND L1
GND L1
10.4
10.4
5.4
5.0
56.0
56.0
2.454000
2.517000
49.8
48.0
2000.0
2000.0
9.000
9.000
GND L1
GND L1
10.4
10.4
6.2
8.0
56.0
56.0
Final Result 2
Frequency QuasiPeak Meas. Time Bandwidth
(MHz)
(dBµV)
(ms)
(kHz)
PE Line Corr. Margin
Limit
(dB)
(dB) (dBµV)
0.532500
1.338000
38.7
39.0
2000.0
2000.0
9.000
9.000
GND N
GND N
10.3
10.3
7.3
7.0
46.0
46.0
1.401000
39.5
2000.0
9.000
GND N
10.4
6.5
46.0
1.464000
39.0
2000.0
9.000
GND N
10.4
7.0
46.0
2.332500
2.395500
41.0
39.8
2000.0
2000.0
9.000
9.000
GND L1
GND L1
10.4
10.4
5.0
6.2
46.0
46.0
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