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Test report no. 180502775SHA-001
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FCC RADIO TEST REPORT
No. 180502775SHA-001
Applicant
Qingdao Intelligent&Precise Electronics Co., Ltd
No.218, Qianwangang Road, Qingdao Economic&Technological
Development Zone, Shandong, China.
Manufacturing site
Qingdao Intelligent&Precise Electronics Co., Ltd
No.218, Qianwangang Road, Qingdao Economic&Technological
Development Zone, Shandong, China.
Product Name
Wireless Module
Type/Model
ZDGFMT7601U-M
TEST RESULT
PASS
SUMMARY
The equipment complies with the requirements according to the following standard(s) or specification:
47CFR Part 15 (2017): Radio Frequency Devices (Subpart C)
ANSI C63.10 (2013): American National Standard of Procedures for Compliance Testing of Unlicensed
Wireless Devices
RSS-247 Issue 2 (February 2017): Digital Transmission Systems (DTSs), Frequency Hopping Systems (FHSs)
and Licence‐Exempt Local Area Network (LE-LAN) Devices
RSS-Gen Issue 5 (April 2018): General Requirements for Compliance of Radio Apparatus
Date of issue: June 12, 2018
Prepared by:
Reviewed by:
Nemo Li (Project engineer)
Daniel Zhao (Reviewer)
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Contents
SUMMARY .....................................................................................................................................................1
REVISION HISTORY ..........................................................................................................................................4
GENERAL INFORMATION .........................................................................................................................5
1.1
1.2
1.3
TEST SPECIFICATIONS ..............................................................................................................................7
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
LIMIT............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................ 15
TEST CONFIGURATION...................................................................................................................................................... 16
TEST RESULTS OF POWER SPECTRUM DENSITY ..................................................................................................................... 16
EMISSION OUTSIDE THE FREQUENCY BAND............................................................................................. 17
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
LIMIT............................................................................................................................................................................. 13
MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................ 13
TEST CONFIGURATION...................................................................................................................................................... 14
TEST RESULTS OF MAXIMUM CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER................................................................................................... 14
POWER SPECTRUM DENSITY .................................................................................................................. 15
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
LIMIT............................................................................................................................................................................. 12
MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................ 12
TEST CONFIGURATION...................................................................................................................................................... 12
TEST RESULTS OF MINIMUM 6DB BANDWIDTH ................................................................................................................... 12
MAXIMUM CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER AND E.I.R.P.............................................................................. 13
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
STANDARDS OR SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................................................................ 7
MODE OF OPERATION DURING THE TEST ............................................................................................................................... 7
TEST ENVIRONMENT CONDITION: ........................................................................................................................................ 8
TEST PERIPHERALS USED..................................................................................................................................................... 8
TEST SOFTWARE LIST:......................................................................................................................................................... 8
INSTRUMENT LIST .............................................................................................................................................................. 9
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY.......................................................................................................................................... 10
TEST SUMMARY .............................................................................................................................................................. 11
MINIMUM 6DB BANDWIDTH ................................................................................................................. 12
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) ................................................................................................................. 5
RF TECHNICAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................................. 5
DESCRIPTION OF TEST FACILITY ........................................................................................................................................... 6
LIMIT............................................................................................................................................................................. 17
MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................ 17
TEST CONFIGURATION...................................................................................................................................................... 18
THE RESULTS OF EMISSION OUTSIDE THE FREQUENCY BAND................................................................................................... 18
RADIATED EMISSIONS IN RESTRICTED FREQUENCY BANDS ........................................................................ 19
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
LIMIT............................................................................................................................................................................. 19
MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................ 19
TEST CONFIGURATION...................................................................................................................................................... 21
TEST RESULTS OF RADIATED EMISSIONS.............................................................................................................................. 23
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POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION ...................................................................................................... 27
8.1
8.2
8.3
MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................................ 27
TEST CONFIGURATION...................................................................................................................................................... 27
TEST RESULTS OF POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION .......................................................................................................... 28
ANTENNA REQUIREMENT ...................................................................................................................... 29
10
OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH ........................................................................................................................ 30
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
LIMIT........................................................................................................................................................................ 30
MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ....................................................................................................................................... 30
TEST CONFIGURATION................................................................................................................................................. 30
THE RESULTS OF OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH ....................................................................................................................... 30
APPENDIX A: TEST RESULTS ............................................................................................................................ 31
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Revision History
Issue No.
Version
Description
Date Issued
180502775SHA-001
Rev. 01
Initial issue of report
June 12, 2018
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GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
Description of Equipment Under Test (EUT)
Product name
Wireless Module
Type/Model
ZDGFMT7601U-M
Description of EUT
EUT is a Wireless Module with WiFi function, and has only one
model.
Rating
DC 3.3V
Sample received date
May 29, 2018
Date of test
May 29, 2018 ~ June 11, 2018
1.2
RF Technical Information
Assigned Frequency
Band
2400MHz to 2483.5MHz
Operating Frequency
802.11b/g/n(HT20): 2412MHz to 2462MHz
802.11n(HT40): 2422MHz to 2452MHz
Type of Modulation
802.11b: DSSS (DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK)
802.11g: OFDM (BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM)
802.11n(HT20): OFDM (BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM)
802.11n(HT40): OFDM (BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM)
Number of Channels
802.11b/g/n(HT20): 11 Channels
802.11n(HT40): 9 Channels
Channel Separation
5MHz
FCC ID
2AJVQ-MT7601U-M
IC
22470-MT7601UM
Alternative Antenna List
No.
Model
Antenna Type
Antenna Gain
Note
Antenna 1 and Antenna 2 are the
same except the length of the cable.
Antenna 2 and Antenna 3 were
chosen to do the tests.
ACG-00113
PIFA
3.22dBi
ACG-00112
PIFA
4.10dBi
MSA-3507-25GC1-A6
PIFA
4.12dBi
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1.3
Description of Test Facility
Name
Intertek Testing Services Shanghai
Address
Building 86, No. 1198 Qinzhou Road(North), Shanghai 200233, P.R. China
Telephone
86 21 61278200
Telefax
86 21 54262353
The test facility is
recognized, certified, or
accredited by these
organizations
CNAS Accreditation Lab
Registration No. CNAS L0139
FCC Accredited Lab
Designation Number: CN1175
IC Registration Lab
Registration code No.: 2042B-1
VCCI Registration Lab
Registration No.: R-4243, G-845, C-4723, T-2252
NVLAP Accreditation Lab
NVLAP LAB CODE: 200849-0
A2LA Accreditation Lab
Certificate Number: 3309.02
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2.1
TEST SPECIFICATIONS
Standards or specification
47CFR Part 15 (2017)
ANSI C63.10 (2013)
KDB 558074 (v04)
RSS-247 Issue 2 (February 2017)
RSS-Gen Issue 5 (April 2018)
2.2
Mode of operation during the test
While testing transmitting mode of EUT, the continuously transmission was applied by following software.
Software name
Manufacturer
Version
Supplied by
QA Tool
Client
The lowest, middle and highest channel were tested as representatives.
Frequency Band
Lowest
Middle
Mode
(MHz)
(MHz)
(MHz)
802.11b
2412
2437
802.11g
2412
2437
2400-2483.5
802.11n(HT20)
2412
2437
802.11n(HT40)
2422
2437
MIMO Function Description:
Frequency
Band
Mode
(MHz)
802.11b
2400-2483.5
802.11g
802.11n(HT20)
802.11n(HT40)
Highest
(MHz)
2462
2462
2462
2452
Tx/Rx Function
Beamforming
function
CDD
function
Note
1TX/1RX
NO
NO
1TX/1RX
1TX/1RX
1TX/1RX
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
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After this pre-scan, the following data rata was chosen to do the test as the worst case.
Frequency Band
Mode
Worst case data rate
(MHz)
802.11b
1Mbps
802.11g
6Mbps
2400-2483.5
802.11n(HT20)
MCS0
802.11n(HT40)
MCS0
2.3
Test environment condition:
Temperature:
Humidity:
Atmospheric Pressure:
2.4
22-24°C
54-60% RH
101-102kPa
Test peripherals used
Item No
Description
Manufacturer
Model No.
Serial Number
Laptop computer
HP
5480
2.5
Test software list:
Test Items
Software
Manufacturer
Version
Conducted
emission
ESxS-K1
R&S
V2.1.0
Radiated
emission
ES-K1
R&S
V1.71
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2.6
Instrument list
Conducted Emission
Used
Equipment
☒
Test Receiver
☒
A.M.N.
☐
A.M.N.
Radiated Emission
Used
Equipment
☒
Test Receiver
☒
Bilog Antenna
☒
Horn antenna
☒
Horn antenna
☒
Horn antenna
☒
Pre-amplifier
Active loop
☒
antenna
RF test
Used
Equipment
PXA Signal
☒
Analyzer
Power sensor/
☐
Power meter
☐
Test Receiver
Tet Site
Used
Equipment
☐
Shielded room
Semi-anechoic
☒
chamber
Additional instrument
Used
Equipment
Therom☐
Hygrograph
Therom☐
Hygrograph
Therom☒
Hygrograph
Therom☒
Hygrograph
Pressure
☒
meter
Manufacturer
R&S
R&S
R&S
Type
ESCS 30
ESH2-Z5
ENV 216
Internal no.
EC 2107
EC 3119
EC 3393
Due date
2018-09-12
2018-12-01
2018-07-30
Manufacturer
R&S
TESEQ
R&S
ETS
TOYO
R&S
Type
ESIB 26
CBL 6112D
HF 906
3117
HAP18-26W
Pre-amp 18
Internal no.
EC 3045
EC 4206
EC 3049
EC 4792-1
EC 4792-3
EC5881
Due date
2018-09-12
2019-05-30
2018-09-23
2018-08-24
2020-07-09
2018-06-19
Schwarzbeck
FMZB1519
EC 5345
2019-01-25
Manufacturer
Type
Internal no.
Due date
Keysight
N9030A
EC 5338
2018-09-10
N1911A/
N1921A
ESCI 7
EC4318
2019-05-12
EC 4501
2018-09-12
Manufacturer
Zhongyu
Albatross
project
Type
Internal no.
EC 2838
Due date
2019-01-07
EC 3048
2018-09-15
Manufacturer
Type
Internal no.
Due date
ZJ1-2A
S.M.I.F.
EC 3323
2018-06-14
ZJ1-2A
S.M.I.F.
EC 3324
2019-04-15
ZJ1-2A
S.M.I.F.
EC 3325
2019-03-28
ZJ1-2A
S.M.I.F.
EC 3326
2019-03-28
YM3
Shanghai
Mengde
EC 3320
2018-06-28
Agilent
R&S
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2.7
Measurement Uncertainty
Test Items
Expanded Uncertainty
(k=2) (±)
Maximum conducted output power
0.74dB
Radiated Emissions in restricted frequency bands
below 1GHz
Radiated Emissions in restricted frequency bands
above 1GHz
4.90dB
5.02dB
Emission outside the frequency band
2.89dB
Power line conducted emission
3.19dB
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2.8
Test Summary
This report applies to tested sample only. The test results have been compared directly with the limits,
and the measurement uncertainty is recorded. This report shall not be reproduced in part without
written approval of Intertek Testing Services Shanghai.
TEST ITEM
FCC REFERANCE
IC REFERANCE
RESULT
Minimum 6dB bandwidth
15.247(a)(2)
RSS-247 Issue 2
Clause 5.2
Pass
Maximum conducted output power
and e.i.r.p.
15.247(b)
RSS-247 Issue 2
Clause 5.4
Pass
Power Spectrum density
15.247(e)
RSS-247 Issue 2
Clause 5.2
Pass
Emission outside the frequency band
15.247(d)
RSS-247 Issue 2
Clause 5.5
Pass
Radiated Emissions in restricted
frequency bands
15.205 & 15.209
RSS-Gen Issue 5
Clause 8.9 & 8.10
Pass
Power line conducted emission
15.207
RSS-Gen Issue 5
Clause 8.8
NA
Antenna requirement
15.203
Pass
Occupied bandwidth
RSS-Gen Issue 5
Clause 6.7
Tested
Notes: 1: NA =Not Applicable
2: This report is for the exclusive use of Intertek's Client and is provided pursuant to the agreement
between Intertek and its Client. Intertek's responsibility and liability are limited to the terms and conditions
of the agreement. Intertek assumes no liability to any party, other than to the Client in accordance with the
agreement, for any loss, expense or damage occasioned by use of this report. Only the Client is authorized
to permit copying or distribution of this report and then only in its entirety. Any use of the Intertek name or
one of its marks for the sale or advertisement of the tested material, product or service must first be
approved in writing by Intertek. The observations and test results in this report are relevant only to the
sample tested. This report by itself does not imply that the material, product, or service is or has ever been
under an Intertek certification program.
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Minimum 6dB bandwidth
Test result:
Pass
3.1 Limit
For systems using digital modulation techniques that may operate in the 902 - 928 MHz, 2400 - 2483.5 MHz
and 5725 - 5850 MHz bands, the minimum 6 dB bandwidth shall be at least 500 kHz.
3.2
Measurement Procedure
The minimum 6dB bandwidth per FCC §15.247(a)(2) is measured using the Spectrum Analyzer according to
DTS test procedure of “KDB558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance” for compliance to FCC 47CFR 15.247
requirements (clause 8.2).
a) Set RBW = 100 kHz.
b) Set the video bandwidth (VBW) ≥ 3 × RBW.
c) Detector = Peak.
d) Trace mode = max hold.
e) Sweep = auto couple.
f) Allow the trace to stabilize.
g) Measure the maximum width of the emission that is constrained by the 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.
3.3
Test Configuration
EUT
3.4
Spectrum Analyzer
Test Results of Minimum 6dB bandwidth
Please refer to Appendix A
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Maximum conducted output power and e.i.r.p.
Test result:
4.1
Pass
Limit
For frequency hopping systems operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band employing at least 75 nonoverlapping hopping channels, and all frequency hopping systems in the 5725-5850 MHz band: 1 watt
For all other frequency hopping systems in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band: 0.125 watts
For systems using digital modulation in the 902-928 MHz, 2400-2483.5 MHz, and 5725-5850 MHz bands:
1 W. (The e.i.r.p. shall not exceed 4 W)
If the transmitting antenna of directional gain greater than 6dBi is used, the power shall be reduced by the
amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6dBi. If there have a beam forming type, the
limit should be the minimum of 30dBm and 30+ (6 –antenna gain-beam forming gain).
4.2
Measurement Procedure
The EUT was tested according to DTS test procedure of “KDB558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance” for
compliance to FCC 47CFR 15.247 requirements (clause 9.2.2.4).
a) Measure the duty cycle, x, of the transmitter output signal as described in Section 6.0.
b) Set span to at least 1.5 x OBW.
c) Set RBW = 1 % to 5 % of the OBW, not to exceed 1 MHz.
d) Set VBW ≥ 3 x RBW.
e) Number of points in sweep ≥ 2 x span / RBW. (This gives bin-to-bin spacing ≤ RBW/2, so that narrowband
signals are not lost between frequency bins.)
f) Sweep time = auto.
g) Detector = RMS (i.e., power averaging), if available. Otherwise, use sample detector mode.
h) Do not use sweep triggering. Allow the sweep to “free run”.
i) Trace average at least 100 traces in power averaging (i.e., RMS) mode; however, the number of traces to
be averaged shall be increased above 100 as needed such that the average accurately represents the true
average over the on and off periods of the transmitter.
j) 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.
k) Add 10 log (1/x), where x is the duty cycle, to the measured power in order to compute the average
power during the actual transmission times (because the measurement represents an average over both
the on- and off-times of the transmission). For example, add 10 log (1/0.25) = 6 dB if the duty cycle is 25 %.
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4.3
Test Configuration
EUT
4.4
Spectrum Analyzer
Test Results of Maximum conducted output power
Please refer to Appendix A
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Power spectrum density
Test result:
5.1
Pass
Limit
For digitally modulated systems, the power spectral density conducted from the intentional radiator to the
antenna shall not be greater than 8dBm in any 3 kHz band during any time interval of continuous
transmission.
If the transmitting antenna of directional gain greater than 6dBi is used, the power shall be reduced by the
amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6dBi. If there have a beam forming type, the
limit should be the minimum of 8dBm/MHz and 8+ (6 –antenna gain-beam forming gain).
5.2
Measurement Procedure
The power output per FCC §15.247(e) was tested according to DTS test procedure of “KDB558074 D01 DTS
Meas Guidance” (clause 10.5) for compliance to FCC 47CFR 15.247 requirements.
This procedure is applicable when the EUT cannot be configured to transmit continuously (i.e., duty cycle <
98 %), and when sweep triggering/signal gating cannot be used to measure only when the EUT is
transmitting at its maximum power control level, and when the transmission duty cycle is constant (i.e.,
duty cycle variations are less than ± 2 %):
a) Measure the duty cycle (x) of the transmitter output signal as described in Section 6.0.
b) Set instrument center frequency to DTS channel center frequency.
c) Set span to at least 1.5 x OBW.
d) Set RBW to: 3 kHz ≤ RBW ≤ 100 kHz.
e) Set VBW ≥3 x RBW.
f) Detector = power averaging (RMS) or sample detector (when RMS not available).
g) Ensure that the number of measurement points in the sweep ≥ 2 x span/RBW.
h) Sweep time = auto couple.
i) Do not use sweep triggering. Allow sweep to “free run”.
j) Employ trace averaging (RMS) mode over a minimum of 100 traces.
k) Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level.
l) Add 10 log (1/x), where x is the duty cycle measured in step (a, to the measured PSD to compute the
average PSD during the actual transmission time.
m) If resultant value exceeds the limit, then reduce RBW (no less than 3 kHz) and repeat (note that this may
require zooming in on the emission of interest and reducing the span in order to meet the minimum
measurement point requirement as the RBW is reduced).
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5.3
Test Configuration
EUT
5.4
Spectrum Analyzer
Test Results of Power spectrum density
Please refer to Appendix A
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Emission outside the frequency band
Test result:
6.1
Pass
Limit
In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which the spread spectrum intentional radiator is
operating, the radio frequency power that is produced by the intentional radiator shall be at least 30 dB
below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired power.
6.2
Measurement Procedure
The EUT was tested according to DTS test procedure of “KDB558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance” (clause 11.0)
for compliance to FCC 47CFR 15.247 requirements.
Reference level measurement
Establish a reference level by using the following procedure:
a) Set instrument center frequency to DTS channel center frequency.
b) Set the span to ≥ 1.5 times the DTS bandwidth.
c) Set the RBW = 100 kHz.
d) Set the VBW ≥ 3 x RBW.
e) Detector = peak.
f) Sweep time = auto couple.
g) Trace mode = max hold.
h) Allow trace to fully stabilize.
i) Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum PSD level.
Emission level measurement
a) Set the center frequency and span to encompass frequency range to be measured.
b) Set the RBW = 100 kHz.
c) Set the VBW ≥ 3 x RBW.
d) Detector = peak.
e) Sweep time = auto couple.
f) Trace mode = max hold.
g) Allow trace to fully stabilize.
h) Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level.
Ensure that the amplitude of all unwanted emissions outside of the authorized frequency band (excluding
restricted frequency bands) are attenuated by at least the minimum requirements specified in 11.1 a) or
11.1 b). Report the three highest emissions relative to the limit.
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6.3
Test Configuration
EUT
6.4
Spectrum Analyzer
The results of Emission outside the frequency band
Please refer to Appendix A
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Radiated Emissions in restricted frequency bands
Test result:
7.1
Pass
Limit
The 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) showed as below:
Frequencies
(MHz)
0.009 ~ 0.490
0.490 ~ 1.705
1.705 ~ 30.0
30 ~ 88
88 ~ 216
216 ~ 960
Above 960
7.2
Field Strength
(microvolts/meter)
2400/F(kHz)
24000/F(kHz)
30
100
150
200
500
Measurement Distance
(meters)
300
30
30
Measurement Procedure
For Radiated emission below 30MHz:
a) The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters above the ground at a 3 meter chamber
room. The table was rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
b) The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving antenna, which was mounted on the top
of a variable-height antenna tower.
c) Both X and Y axes of the antenna are set to make the measurement.
d) For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case and the rotatable table was turned
from 0 degrees to 360 degrees to find the maximum reading.
e) The test-receiver system was set to Quasi-Peak Detect Function and Specified Bandwidth with
Maximum Hold Mode.
NOTE:
1. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 9kHz at frequency
below 30MHz.
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For Radiated emission above 30MHz:
a) The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters (for 30MHz ~ 1GHz) / 1.5 meters (for
above 1GHz) above the ground at 3 meter chamber room for test. The table was rotated 360 degrees to
determine the position of the highest radiation.
b) The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving antenna, which was mounted on the
top of a variable-height antenna tower.
c) The height of antenna is varied from one meter to four meters above the ground to determine the
maximum value of the field strength. Both horizontal and vertical polarizations of the antenna are set
to make the measurement.
d) For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case and then the antenna was tuned
to heights from 1 meter to 4 meters and the rotatable table was turned from 0 degrees to 360 degrees
to find the maximum reading.
e) The test-receiver system was set to quasi-peak detect function and specified bandwidth with maximum
hold mode when the test frequency is below 1 GHz.
f)
The test-receiver system was set to peak and average detect function and specified bandwidth with
maximum hold mode when the test frequency is above 1 GHz. If the peak reading value also meets
average limit, measurement with the average detector is unnecessary.
Note:
1. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 120kHz for Quasipeak detection (QP) at frequency below 1GHz.
2.
The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1 MHz and the video bandwidth is 3
MHz for Peak detection (PK) at frequency above 1GHz.
3.
The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1 MHz and the video bandwidth is ≥
1/T (Duty cycle < 98%) or 3 x RBW (Duty cycle ≥ 98%) for Average detection (AV) at frequency above
1GHz.
4.
All modes of operation were investigated and the worst-case emissions are reported
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7.3
Test Configuration
For Radiated emission below 30MHz:
EUT&
Support Units
3m
Turn Table
80cm
Test Receiver
For Radiated emission 30MHz to 1GHz:
Ant. Tower
EUT&
Support Units
1-4m
Variable
3m
Turn Table
80cm
Test Receiver
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For Radiated emission above 1GHz:
Ant. Tower
EUT&
Support Units
1-4m
Variable
3m
Turn Table
Absorber
150cm
Test Receiver
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7.4
Test Results of Radiated Emissions
The low frequency, which started from 9 kHz to 30MHz, was pre-scanned and the result which was 20dB
lower than the limit line per 15.31(o) was not reported.
EUT was tested with Antenna 2 and Antenna 3, and the worst data was listed in the report.
The worst waveform from 30MHz to 1000MHz is listed as below:
Horizontal
Level [dBµV/m]
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
30M
50M
70M
100M
200M
Frequency [Hz]
300M
500M 700M 1G
MES AE0608_LH1_red
MES AE0608_LH1_pre
LIM FCC 15 F 3 QP
Field Strength QP
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Vertical
Level [dBµV/m]
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
30M
50M
70M
100M
200M
Frequency [Hz]
300M
500M 700M 1G
MES AE0608_LV1_red
MES AE0608_LV1_pre
LIM FCC 15 F 3 QP
Field Strength QP
Test data below 1GHz
Antenna
Frequency
(MHz)
Corrected
Reading
(dBuV/m)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector
30.00
23.8
21.1
40
16.2
PK
115.53
31.7
11.6
43.5
11.8
PK
123.30
24.9
11.6
43.5
18.6
PK
243.82
28.1
12.7
46
17.9
PK
251.60
28.5
12.9
46
17.5
PK
698.69
28.0
22.0
46
18.0
PK
930.02
32.3
25.2
46
13.7
PK
30.00
23.9
21.1
40
16.1
PK
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115.53
24.7
11.6
43.5
18.8
PK
206.89
23.1
11.0
43.5
20.4
PK
333.24
25.1
15.4
46
20.9
PK
692.86
28.3
22.0
46
17.7
PK
959.17
32.2
25.1
46
13.8
PK
Test result above 1GHz:
The emission was conducted from 1GHz to 25GHz
802.11b
CH
Antenna
Frequency
(MHz)
Corrected
Reading
(dBuV/m)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector
2412
97.80
34.10
Fundamental
PK
2389.58
50.16
34.20
74.00
23.84
PK
2389.58
49.60
34.20
74.00
24.40
PK
2437
98.20
34.20
Fundamental
PK
2462
98.50
34.40
Fundamental
PK
2484.39
51.50
34.80
74.00
22.50
PK
2484.39
50.80
34.80
74.00
23.20
PK
Frequency
(MHz)
Corrected
Reading
(dBuV/m)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector
2412
100.50
34.10
Fundamental
PK
2389.20
63.19
34.20
74.00
10.81
PK
2389.20
44.79
34.20
54.00
9.21
AV
2437
100.80
34.20
Fundamental
PK
2462
101.10
34.40
Fundamental
PK
2483.50
65.38
34.80
74.00
8.62
PK
2483.50
41.94
34.80
54.00
12.06
AV
802.11g
CH
Antenna
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802.11n(HT20)
CH
Antenna
Frequency
(MHz)
Corrected
Reading
(dBuV/m)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector
2412
98.50
34.10
Fundamental
PK
2388.45
64.04
34.20
74.00
9.96
PK
2388.45
43.48
34.20
54.00
10.52
AV
2437
99.10
34.20
Fundamental
PK
2462
99.50
34.40
Fundamental
PK
2483.50
63.45
34.80
74.00
10.55
PK
2483.50
40.25
34.80
54.00
13.75
AV
Frequency
(MHz)
Corrected
Reading
(dBuV/m)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector
2422
95.00
34.10
Fundamental
PK
2388.40
65.50
34.20
74.00
8.50
PK
2388.40
47.47
34.20
54.00
6.53
AV
2437
95.30
34.20
Fundamental
PK
2452
95.50
34.40
Fundamental
PK
2483.50
57.13
34.80
74.00
6.87
PK
2483.50
40.64
34.80
54.00
13.36
AV
802.11n(HT40)
CH
Antenna
Remark: 1. Correct Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss (+ Amplifier, for higher than 1GHz), the value was
added to Original Receiver Reading by the software automatically.
2. Corrected Reading = Original Receiver Reading + Correct Factor
3. Margin = Limit - Corrected Reading
4. If the PK Corrected Reading is lower than AV limit, the AV test can be elided.
Example: Assuming Antenna Factor = 30.20dB/m, Cable Loss = 2.00dB,
Gain of Preamplifier = 32.00dB, Original Receiver Reading = 10.00dBuV,
Limit = 40.00dBuV/m.
Then Correct Factor = 30.20 + 2.00 – 32.00 = 0.20dB/m;
Corrected Reading = 10dBuV + 0.20dB/m = 10.20dBuV/m;
Margin = 40.00dBuV/m - 10.20dBuV/m = 29.80dB.
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Power line conducted emission
Test result:
8.1
NA
Measurement Procedure
Measured levels of ac power-line conducted emission shall be the emission voltages from the voltage
probe, where permitted, or across the 50 Ω LISN port (to which the EUT is connected), where permitted,
terminated into a 50 Ω measuring instrument. All emission voltage and current measurements shall be
made on each current-carrying conductor at the plug end of the EUT power cord by the use of mating plugs
and receptacles on the LISN, if used. Equipment shall be tested with power cords that are normally supplied
or recommended by the manufacturer and that have electrical and shielding characteristics that are the
same as those cords normally supplied or recommended by the manufacturer. For those measurements
using a LISN, the 50 Ω measuring port is terminated by a measuring instrument having 50 Ω input
impedance. All other ports are terminated in 50 Ω loads.
Tabletop devices shall be placed on a platform of nominal size 1 m by 1.5 m, raised 80 cm above the
reference ground plane. The vertical conducting plane or wall of an RF-shielded (screened) room shall be
located 40 cm to the rear of the EUT. Floor-standing devices shall be placed either directly on the reference
ground-plane or on insulating material as described in ANSI C63.4. All other surfaces of tabletop or floorstanding EUTs shall be at least 80 cm from any other grounded conducting surface, including the case or
cases of one or more LISNs.
The bandwidth of the test receiver is set at 9 kHz.
8.2
Test Configuration
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8.3
Test Results of Power line conducted emission
Test Curve:
Test Data:
Quasi-peak
Frequency
(MHz)
Corrected
Reading
(dBuV)
Limit
(dBuV)
Average
Margin
(dB)
Corrected
Reading
(dBuV)
Limit
(dBuV)
Margin
(dB)
Line
Note: * means the emission level 20dB below the relevant limit.
Remark: 1. Correct Factor = LISN Factor + Cable Loss, the value was added to Original Receiver Reading by
the software automatically.
2. Corrected Reading = Original Receiver Reading + Correct Factor
3. Margin = Limit - Corrected Reading
4. If the PK Corrected Reading is lower than AV limit, the AV test can be elided.
Example: Assuming LISN Factor = 10.00dB, Cable Loss = 2.00dB,
Original Receiver Reading = 10.00dBuV, Limit = 66.00dBuV.
Then Correct Factor = 10.00 + 2.00 = 12.00dB;
Corrected Reading = 10dBuV + 12.00dB = 22.00dBuV;
Margin = 66.00dBuV – 22.00dBuV = 44.00dB.
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Antenna requirement
Requirement:
An intentional radiator shall be designed to ensure that no antenna other than that furnished by the
responsible party shall be used with the device. The use of a permanently attached antenna or of an
antenna that uses a unique coupling to the intentional radiator shall be considered sufficient to comply
with the provisions of this section.
Result:
EUT uses permanently attached antenna to the intentional radiator, so it can comply with the provisions of
this section.
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10 Occupied Bandwidth
Test result:
Pass
10.1 Limit
None
10.2 Measurement Procedure
The occupied bandwidth per RSS-Gen Issue 4 Clause 6.6 was measured using the Spectrum Analyzer.
The span of the analyzer shall be set to capture all products of the modulation process, including the
emission skirts.
The resolution bandwidth (RBW) shall be in the range of 1% to 5% of the occupied bandwidth (OBW) and
video bandwidth (VBW) shall be approximately 3x RBW.
10.3 Test Configuration
EUT
Spectrum Analyzer
10.4 The results of Occupied Bandwidth
Please refer to Appendix A
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Appendix A: Test results
1. Duty Cycle
1.1 Test Data
WLAN Duty Cycle
Mode
Test Frequency
(MHz)
Ant
Duty Cycle (%)
Duty Cycle Factor
(dB)
802.11b
2412
Ant0
97.75
0.10
802.11b
2437
Ant0
97.75
0.10
802.11b
2462
Ant0
97.75
0.10
802.11g
2412
Ant0
87.80
0.57
802.11g
2437
Ant0
87.80
0.57
802.11g
2462
Ant0
87.80
0.57
802.11n (HT20)
2412
Ant0
87.12
0.60
802.11n (HT20)
2437
Ant0
87.07
0.60
802.11n (HT20)
2462
Ant0
87.12
0.60
802.11n (HT40)
2422
Ant0
77.10
1.13
802.11n (HT40)
2437
Ant0
76.92
1.14
802.11n (HT40)
2452
Ant0
76.92
1.14
1.2 Test Plots
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0
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802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2437MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2422MHz,Ant0
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802.11n(HT40),2437MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2452MHz,Ant0
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2. Minimum 6dB bandwidth
2.1 Test Data
WLAN Occupied 6dB Bandwidth
Mode
Test Frequency
(MHz)
Ant
Occupied
Bandwidth (MHz)
Result
802.11b
2412
Ant0
10.07
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
10.09
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
10.08
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
16.40
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
16.39
Pass
802.11g
2462
Ant0
16.39
Pass
802.11n (HT20)
2412
Ant0
17.59
Pass
802.11n (HT20)
2437
Ant0
17.58
Pass
802.11n (HT20)
2462
Ant0
17.09
Pass
802.11n (HT40)
2422
Ant0
36.09
Pass
802.11n (HT40)
2437
Ant0
35.84
Pass
802.11n (HT40)
2452
Ant0
35.95
Pass
2.2 Test Plots
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0
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802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2437MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2422MHz,Ant0
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802.11n(HT40),2437MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2452MHz,Ant0
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3. Occupied Bandwidth
3.1 Test Data
WLAN 99% Occupied Bandwidth
Mode
Test Frequency
(MHz)
Ant
99% Occupied
Bandwidth (MHz)
Result
802.11b
2412
Ant0
12.240
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
12.234
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
12.230
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
16.832
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
16.845
Pass
802.11g
2462
Ant0
16.829
Pass
802.11n (HT20)
2412
Ant0
17.720
Pass
802.11n (HT20)
2437
Ant0
17.702
Pass
802.11n (HT20)
2462
Ant0
17.710
Pass
802.11n (HT40)
2422
Ant0
36.559
Pass
802.11n (HT40)
2437
Ant0
36.604
Pass
802.11n (HT40)
2452
Ant0
36.704
Pass
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3.2 Test Plots
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2437MHz,Ant0
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802.11n(HT20),2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2422MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2437MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2452MHz,Ant0
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4. Maximum conducted output power and e.i.r.p
4.1 Test Data
WLAN AVGSA Output Power
Ant
Duty
Cycle
Factor
(dB)
Max
Power
(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
EIRP
(dBm)
Result
2412
Ant0
0.10
15.89
30
19.99
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
0.10
15.44
30
19.54
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
0.10
15.17
30
19.27
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
0.57
16.24
30
20.34
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
0.57
15.83
30
19.93
Pass
802.11g
2462
Ant0
0.57
15.47
30
19.57
Pass
2412
Ant0
0.60
15.19
30
19.29
Pass
2437
Ant0
0.60
14.42
30
18.52
Pass
2462
Ant0
0.60
14.22
30
18.32
Pass
2422
Ant0
1.13
14.74
30
18.84
Pass
2437
Ant0
1.14
14.32
30
18.42
Pass
2452
Ant0
1.14
13.69
30
17.79
Pass
Mode
Test
Frequency
(MHz)
802.11b
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
Max conducted output power
(dBm)
Max antenna gain
(dBi)
Max e.i.r.p.
(W)
Limit
(W)
Result
16.24
4.12
0.109
Pass
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4.2 Test Plots
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2437MHz,Ant0
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802.11n(HT20),2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2422MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2437MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2452MHz,Ant0
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5. Power spectrum density
5.1 Test Data
WLAN AVGSA Power Spectral Density
Ant
Duty
Cycle
Factor
(dB)
PSD
(dBm)
RBW
(kHz)
Limit
(dBm)
Result
2412
Ant0
0.10
-1.559
100
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
0.10
-2.223
100
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
0.10
-2.490
100
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
0.57
-3.229
100
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
0.57
-2.958
100
Pass
802.11g
2462
Ant0
0.57
-4.020
100
Pass
2412
Ant0
0.60
-4.473
100
Pass
2437
Ant0
0.60
-5.199
100
Pass
2462
Ant0
0.60
-5.894
100
Pass
2422
Ant0
1.13
-8.478
100
Pass
2437
Ant0
1.14
-8.336
100
Pass
2452
Ant0
1.14
-9.128
100
Pass
Mode
Test
Frequency
(MHz)
802.11b
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
5.2 Test Plots
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0
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802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2437MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT20),2462MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2422MHz,Ant0
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802.11n(HT40),2437MHz,Ant0
802.11n(HT40),2452MHz,Ant0
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6. Emission outside the frequency band
6.1 Test Data
WLAN Transmitter Spurious Emission
Mode
Test
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant
Plot No.
Frequency Range
Emission
(dBm)
Result
802.11b
2412
Ant0
Reference Level
5.24
Pass
802.11b
2412
Ant0
Band Edge
-40.74
Pass
802.11b
2412
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-53.18
Pass
802.11b
2412
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-40.11
Pass
802.11b
2412
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-41.63
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
Reference Level
4.89
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
Band Edge
-54.12
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-53.84
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-42.42
Pass
802.11b
2437
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.09
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
Reference Level
4.83
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
Band Edge
-54.38
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-52.08
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-42.71
Pass
802.11b
2462
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.34
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
Reference Level
5.36
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
Band Edge
-29.49
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-46.21
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-46.16
Pass
802.11g
2412
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.68
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
Reference Level
4.7
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
Band Edge
-52.26
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-52.58
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-46.25
Pass
802.11g
2437
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.97
Pass
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802.11g
2462
Ant0
Reference Level
4.31
Pass
802.11g
2462
Ant0
Band Edge
-41.62
Pass
802.11g
2462
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-51.40
Pass
802.11g
2462
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-47.40
Pass
802.11g
2462
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-41.86
Pass
2412
Ant0
Reference Level
3.4
Pass
2412
Ant0
Band Edge
-32.94
Pass
2412
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-52.23
Pass
2412
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-44.14
Pass
2412
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.16
Pass
2437
Ant0
Reference Level
3.52
Pass
2437
Ant0
Band Edge
-53.39
Pass
2437
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-51.76
Pass
2437
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-44.43
Pass
2437
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.28
Pass
2462
Ant0
Reference Level
3.24
Pass
2462
Ant0
Band Edge
-48.32
Pass
2462
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-53.10
Pass
2462
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-46.33
Pass
2462
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.50
Pass
2422
Ant0
Reference Level
0.90
Pass
2422
Ant0
Band Edge
-32.80
Pass
2422
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-50.68
Pass
2422
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-44.65
Pass
2422
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.70
Pass
2437
Ant0
Reference Level
0.92
Pass
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT20)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
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802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11n
(HT40)
2437
Ant0
Band Edge
-36.88
Pass
2437
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-52.61
Pass
2437
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-44.68
Pass
2437
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-41.90
Pass
2452
Ant0
Reference Level
0.56
Pass
2452
Ant0
Band Edge
-44.65
Pass
2452
Ant0
30MHz~2310MHz
-47.64
Pass
2452
Ant0
2500MHz~5000MHz
-45.95
Pass
2452
Ant0
5000MHz~25000MHz
-42.61
Pass
9.2 Test Plots
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 1,Reference
Level
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 3,30MHz~231
0MHz
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 2,Band
Edge
802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 4,2500MHz~5
000MHz
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802.11b,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 5,5000MHz~2
5000MHz
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 1,Reference
Level
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 2,Band
Edge
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 3,30MHz~231
0MHz
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 4,2500MHz~5
000MHz
802.11b,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 5,5000MHz~2
5000MHz
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802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 1,Reference
Level
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 2,Band
Edge
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 3,30MHz~231
0MHz
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 4,2500MHz~5
000MHz
802.11b,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 5,5000MHz~2
5000MHz
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 1,Reference
Level
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802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 2,Band
Edge
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 3,30MHz~231
0MHz
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 4,2500MHz~5
000MHz
802.11g,2412MHz,Ant0,Plot 5,5000MHz~2
5000MHz
802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 1,Reference
Level
802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 2,Band
Edge
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802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 3,30MHz~231
0MHz
802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 4,2500MHz~5
000MHz
802.11g,2437MHz,Ant0,Plot 5,5000MHz~2
5000MHz
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 1,Reference
Level
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 2,Band
Edge
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 3,30MHz~231
0MHz
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802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 4,2500MHz~5
000MHz
802.11g,2462MHz,Ant0,Plot 5,5000MHz~2
5000MHz
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0,Plot
1,Reference Level
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0,Plot
2,Band Edge
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0,Plot
3,30MHz~2310MHz
802.11n(HT20),2412MHz,Ant0,Plot
4,2500MHz~5000MHz
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