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Report No.: AGC08611161101FE02
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FCC Test Report
Report No.: AGC08611161101FE02
FCC ID
: 2AKOIPHGW
APPLICATION PURPOSE
: Original Equipment
PRODUCT DESIGNATION
: Smart Security Alarm System-Gateway
BRAND NAME
: Vcare
MODEL NAME
: PH-GW
CLIENT
: Shenzhen Patrol Hawk Technology Co., Ltd.
DATE OF ISSUE
: Dec. 20, 2016
STANDARD(S)
: FCC Part 22H & 24E Rules
REPORT VERSION
: V1.0
Attestation of Global Compliance (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.
CAUTION:
This report shall not be reproduced except in full without the written permission of the test
laboratory and shall not be quoted out of context.
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REPORT REVISE RECORD
Report Version
Revise Time
Issued Date
Valid Version
Notes
V1.0
Dec. 20, 2016
Valid
Original Report
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................................3
1. VERIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE ..........................................................................................5
2. GENERAL INFORMATION .......................................................................................................6
2.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................. 6
2.2 RELATED SUBMITTAL(S) / GRANT (S) .......................................................................................................... 9
2.3 TEST METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................................................... 9
2.4 TEST FACILITY ................................................................................................................................................ 9
2.5 MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS .................................................................................................................. 9
2.6 SPECIAL ACCESSORIES .............................................................................................................................. 11
2.7 EQUIPMENT MODIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................... 11
3. SYSTEM TEST CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................12
3.1 EUT CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................................. 12
3.2 EUT EXERCISE ............................................................................................................................................. 12
3.3 GENERAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................. 12
3.4 CONFIGURATION OF EUT SYSTEM ........................................................................................................... 13
4. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS ............................................................................................14
5. DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES..........................................................................................14
6. OUTPUT POWER ...................................................................................................................15
6.1 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER .................................................................................................................. 15
6.2 RADIATED OUTPUT POWER ....................................................................................................................... 20
6.3. PEAK-TO-AVERAGE RATIO ......................................................................................................................... 24
7. OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH ......................................................................................................26
7.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD ........................................................................................................................... 26
7.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE ......................................................................................................................... 26
7.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT ............................................................................................................................ 26
APPENDIX A:BANDWIDTH ................................................................................................................. 26
8. BAND EDGE ...........................................................................................................................30
8.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD ........................................................................................................................... 30
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8.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE ......................................................................................................................... 30
8.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT ............................................................................................................................ 30
APPENDIX B: BAND EDGES COMPLIANCE ..................................................................................... 30
9. SPURIOUS EMISSION ...........................................................................................................30
9.1 CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION .......................................................................................................... 32
APPENDIX C: SPURIOUS EMISSION AT ANTENNA TERMINAL ...................................................... 33
9.2 RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSION ............................................................................................................... 40
10. MAINS CONDUCTED EMISSION ........................................................................................44
10.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD ......................................................................................................................... 44
10.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE ....................................................................................................................... 44
10.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT .......................................................................................................................... 45
11. FREQUENCY STABILITY .....................................................................................................47
11.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD ......................................................................................................................... 47
11.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE ....................................................................................................................... 47
11.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT ........................................................................................................................... 49
Appendix D:Frequency Stability............................................................................................................ 49
PHOTOGRAPHS OF TEST SETUP ...........................................................................................55
PHOTOGRAPHS OF EUT ..........................................................................................................57
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1. VERIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE
Applicant
Shenzhen Patrol Hawk Technology Co., Ltd.
Address
Building 11, Tongfuyu Industry Zone,Tanglang, Xili Town, Nanshan District,
Shenzhen,China
Manufacturer
Shenzhen Patrol Hawk Technology Co., Ltd.
Address
Building 11, Tongfuyu Industry Zone,Tanglang, Xili Town, Nanshan District,
Shenzhen,China
Product Designation
Smart Security Alarm System-Gateway
Brand Name
Vcare
Test Model
PH-GW
Date of test
Dec. 01, 2016~Dec. 18, 2016
Deviation
None
Condition of Test Sample
Normal
We hereby certify that:
The above equipment was tested by Dongguan Precise Testing Service Co., Ltd. The data evaluation, test
procedures, and equipment configurations shown in this report were made in accordance with the procedures
given in ANSI/TIA- 603-D-2010. The sample tested as described in this report is in compliance with the FCC
Rules Part 22H and 24E.
The test results of this report relate only to the tested sample identified in this report.
Tested By
Donjon Yang Huang(Huang
Dongyang)
Dec. 18, 2016
Bart Xie(Xie Xiaobin)
Dec. 20, 2016
Reviewed By
Approved By
Solger Zhang(Zhang Hongyi)
Authorized Officer
Dec. 20, 2016
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2. GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
A major technical description of EUT is described as following:
Product Designation:
Smart Security Alarm System-Gateway
Hardware version:
818-20160727
Software version:
V0.1_PH3GSMWF4161014
Frequency Bands:
GSM 850
PCS 1900 (U.S. Bands)
GSM 900
DCS 1800 (Non-U.S. Bands)
UMTS FDD Band II
UMTS FDD Band I
Antenna:
Type of Modulation
UMTS FDD Band VIII (Non-U.S. Bands)
PIFA Antenna
GSM / GPRS : GMSK
WCDMA : QPSK
Antenna gain(GSM):
2.18dBi
Power Supply:
DC 7.4V by battery
Battery parameter:
DC 7.4V/800mAh
Adapter Input:
AC100-240V, 50-60Hz,
Adapter Output:
DC12V,1A
Dual Card:
UMTS FDD Band V (U.S. Bands)
WCDMA / GSM Card Slot
GSM Card Slot
GPRS Class
12
Extreme Vol. Limits:
DC3.4 V to 4.2V (Normal: DC3.7 V)
Extreme Temp. Tolerance
-10℃ to +50℃
*** Note: The High Voltage DC4.3V and Low Voltage DC3.4V were declared by manufacturer, The EUT
couldn’t be operating normally with higher or lower voltage.
Other functions have been performed according to verification procedure except for Bluetooth and
MS function. Card 1 can’t transmit with Card 2 simultaneously.
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*** Note: 1.The maximum power levels are GSM for MCS-4: GMSK link, and RMC 12.2kbps mode for
WCDMA band V, only these modes were used for all tests.
2. We found out the test mode with the highest power level after we analyze all the data rates. So
we chose the worst case as a representative.
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GSM/WCDMA Card Slot:
Maximum ERP/EIRP
Max. Conducted Power
Max. Average
(dBm)
(dBm)
Burst Power (dBm)
GSM 850
30.58
32.24
31.72
PCS 1900
27.82
29.35
28.84
UMTS BAND II
31.96
23.54
21.57
UMTS BAND V
21.86
23.68
22.56
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2.2 RELATED SUBMITTAL(S) / GRANT (S)
This submittal(s) (test report) is intended for FCC ID: N/A, filing to comply with the FCC Part 22H&24E
requirements.
2.3 TEST METHODOLOGY
The radiated emission testing was performed according to the procedures of ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010, and FCC
CFR 47 Rules of 2.1046, 2.1047, 2.1049, 2.1051, 2.1053, 2.1055, 2.1057.
KDB 971168 D01 Power Meas License Digital Systems v02r02
2.4 TEST FACILITY
Site
Location
FCC Registration No.
Description
Dongguan Precise Testing Service Co., Ltd.
Building D,Baoding Technology Park,Guangming Road2,Dongcheng District,
Dongguan, Guangdong, China,
371540
The test site is constructed and calibrated to meet the FCC requirements in
documents of ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010.
2.5 MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS
Name of Equipment
EMI Test Receiver
Trilog Broadband Antenna
(25M-1GHz)
Manufacturer
Rohde &
Schwarz
Model
Number
Serial
Number
Last
Due Calibration
Calibration
ESCI
101417
July 3, 2016
July 2, 2017
D69250
Mar 1, 2016
Feb 28, 2017
9160-3355
July 3, 2016
July 2, 2017
SCHWARZBECK VULB9168
Trilog Broadband
Antenna(substituted antenna) SCHWARZBECK VULB9160
(25M-1GHz)
Signal Amplifier
SCHWARZBECK BBV 9475
9745-0013
July 3, 2016
July 2, 2017
RF Cable
SCHWARZBECK AK9515E
96221
July 3, 2016
July 2, 2017
PTS-001
June 5, 2016
June 4, 2017
N/A
N/A
June 5, 2016
June 4, 2017
MY46185649 June 5, 2016
June 4, 2017
SCHWARZBECK BBHA9120D 9120D-1246 July 10, 2016
July 9, 2017
ETS LINDGREN
Feb 28, 2017
3m Anechoic Chamber
MULTI-DEVICE Positioning
Controller
Active loop antenna
(9K-30MHz)
Spectrum analyzer
Horn Antenna (1G-18GHz)
Horn Antenna(substituted
antenna) (1G-18GHz)
CHENGYU
Max-Full
966
MF-7802 MF780208339
Schwarzbeck
FMZB1519
Agilent
E4407B
3117
1519-038
00034609
Mar 1, 2016
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Spectrum Analyzer
Agilent
E4411B
MY4511453
July 3, 2016
July 2, 2017
Signal Amplifier
SCHWARZBECK BBV 9718
9718-269
July 6, 2016
July 5, 2017
RF Cable
SCHWARZBECK AK9515H
96220
July 7, 2016
July 6, 2017
9170-181
June 5, 2016
June 4, 2017
Horn Ant (18G-40GHz)
Schwarzbeck
BBHA 9170
Artificial Mains Network
Narda
L2-16B
000WX31025 July 7, 2016
July 6, 2017
Artificial Mains Network (AUX)
Narda
L2-16B
000WX31026 July 7, 2016
July 6, 2017
RF Cable
SCHWARZBECK AK9515E
96222
July 3, 2016
July 2, 2017
PTS-002
June 5, 2016
June 4, 2017
GB46490550 July 24,2016
July 23, 2017
Shielded Room
CHENGYU
843
COMMUNICATION TESTER
AGILENT
8960
RF attenuator
N/A
RFA20db
Signal Generator
AGILENT
N5182A
MY50140530 Oct 10,2016
Oct 09,2017
Signal Generator(substituted
equipment)
AGILENT
E8257D
MY45141029 Oct 10,2016
Oct 09,2017
68
N/A
N/A
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2.6 SPECIAL ACCESSORIES
The battery and the charger, earphone supplied by the applicant were used as accessories and being
tested with EUT intended for FCC grant together.
2.7 EQUIPMENT MODIFICATIONS
Not available for this EUT intended for grant.
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3. SYSTEM TEST CONFIGURATION
3.1 EUT CONFIGURATION
The EUT configuration for testing is installed on RF field strength measurement to meet the Commission’s
requirement and operating in a manner which intends to maximize its emission characteristics in a
continuous normal application.
3.2 EUT EXERCISE
The Transmitter was operated in the maximum output power mode through Communication Tester. The TX
frequency was fixed which was for the purpose of the measurements.
3.3 GENERAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
Item Number
Item Description
Output Power
FCC Rules
Conducted output power
2.1046/22.913(a) (2) / 24.232
Radiated output power
(c)
Peak-to-Average
Peak-to-Average Ratio
Ratio
24.232(d)
Conducted
Spurious Emission
spurious emission
2.1051 / 22.917 / 24.238
Radiated spurious emission
Mains Conducted Emission
15.107 / 15.207
Frequency Stability
2.1055/22.355 /24.235
Occupied Bandwidth
2.1049 (h)(i)
Emission Bandwidth
22.917(a)/24.238(a)
Band Edge
22.917(a)/24.238(a)
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3.4 CONFIGURATION OF EUT SYSTEM
Fig. 2-1 Configuration of EUT System
EUT
Accessory
Table 2-1 Equipment Used in EUT System
Item
Equipment
Model No.
ID or Specification
Note
Smart Security Alarm System-Gateway
PH-GW
2AKOIPHGW
EUT
Adapter
RS-AB1000
DC12V /1A
Accessory
Battery
PH-GW
DC7.4V/800mAh
Accessory
Temperature and humidity sensor
N/A
N/A
Accessory
***Note: All the accessories have been used during the test. The following “EUT” in setup diagram means EUT
system.
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4. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
Item
Item Description
Number
FCC Rules
Result
Conducted
Output Power
Output Power
2.1046/22.913(a) (2) /
Radiated
24.232 (c)
Pass
Output Power
Peak-to-Average
Peak-to-Average
Ratio
Ratio
24.232(d)
Pass
Conducted
Spurious Emission
Spurious Emission
Radiated
2.1051 / 22.917 / 24.238
Pass
15.107 / 15.207
Pass
Spurious Emission
Mains Conducted Emission
Frequency Stability
Occupied Bandwidth
2.1049 (h)(i)
Pass
Emission Bandwidth
22.917(a)/24.238(a)
Pass
Band Edge
22.917(a)/24.238(a)
Pass
2.1055/22.355
/24.235
Pass
5. DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES
During the testing, the EUT was controlled via Rhode & Schwarz Digital Radio Communication Tester (CMU
200) to ensure max power transmission and proper modulation. Three channels (The top channel, the
middle channel and the bottom channel) were chosen for testing on both GSM and PCS frequency band.
***Note: 1.GSM/GPRS 850, GSM/GPRS 1900, WCDMA/HSPA band II, WCDMA/HSPA band V, mode have
been tested during the test.
2. All modes of operation and data rates were investigated. The test results shown in the following
sections represent the worst case emissions
3. All antenna port conducted emissions testing was performed on a test bench with the antenna
Port of the EUT connected to the spectrum analyzer through calibrated cables and attenuators.
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6. OUTPUT POWER
6.1 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER
6.1.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
The transmitter output port was connected to base station.
The RF output of EUT was connected to the spectrum analyzer by RF cable and attenuator.
The path loss was compensated to the results for each measurement.
Measure the maximum burst average power and average power for other modulation signal.
The EUT was setup for the max output power with pseudo random data modulation. Power was measured
with Spectrum Analyzer. The measurements were performed on all modes (GSM/GPRS850,
GSM/GPRS1900, WCDMA/HSPA band V) at 3 typical channels (the Top Channel, the Middle Channel and
the Bottom Channel) for each band.
6.1.2 MEASUREMENT RESULT
Conducted Output Power Limits for GSM850
Mode
Nominal Peak Power
Tolerance(dB)
GPRS
33 dBm (2W)
-2
Conducted Output Power Limits for PCS1900
Mode
Nominal Peak Power
Tolerance(dB)
GPRS
30 dBm (1W)
-2
Conducted Output Power Limits for UMTS band II
Mode
Nominal Peak Power
Tolerance(dB)
WCDMA
24 dBm (0.25W)
-2
Conducted Output Power Limits for UMTS band V
Mode
Nominal Peak Power
Tolerance(dB)
WCDMA
24 dBm (0.25W)
-2
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GSM 850:
Mode
GPRS850
(1 Slot)
GPRS850
(2 Slot)
GPRS850
(3 Slot)
GPRS850
(4 Slot)
Frequency
Reference
Peak
Avg.Burst
Duty cycle
Frame
(MHz)
Power
Power
Power
Factor(dB)
Power(dBm)
824.2
33
32.21
-0.79
31.69
-9
22.69
836.6
33
32.18
-0.82
31.67
-9
22.67
848.8
33
32.24
-0.76
31.72
-9
22.72
824.2
30
29.17
-0.83
28.65
-6
22.65
836.6
30
29.19
-0.81
28.68
-6
22.68
848.8
30
29.21
-0.79
28.70
-6
22.7
824.2
28.23
27.13
-1.1
26.62
-4.26
22.36
836.6
28.23
27.17
-1.06
26.66
-4.26
22.4
848.8
28.23
27.18
-1.05
26.67
-4.26
22.41
824.2
27
26.08
-0.92
25.56
-3
22.56
836.6
27
26.11
-0.89
25.59
-3
22.59
848.8
27
26.08
-0.92
25.57
-3
22.57
Frequency
Reference
Peak
(MHz)
Power
Power
1850.2
30
29.35
1880
30
1909.8
Tolerance
PCS 1900:
Mode
GPRS1900
(1 Slot)
GPRS1900
(2 Slot)
GPRS1900
(3 Slot)
GPRS1900
(4 Slot)
Tolerance
Avg.Burst
Duty cycle
Frame
Power
Factor(dB)
Power(dBm)
-0.65
28.84
-9
19.84
29.32
-0.68
28.82
-9
19.82
30
28.96
-0.04
28.46
-9
19.46
1850.2
27
26.37
-0.63
25.86
-6
19.86
1880
27
26.33
-0.67
25.83
-6
19.83
1909.8
27
26.22
-0.78
25.71
-6
19.71
1850.2
25.23
24.50
-0.73
23.99
-4.26
19.73
1880
25.23
24.43
-0.8
23.92
-4.26
19.66
1909.8
25.23
24.26
-0.97
23.76
-4.26
19.50
1850.2
24
23.49
-0.51
22.98
-3
19.98
1880
24
23.41
-0.59
22.90
-3
19.90
1909.8
24
23.24
-0.76
22.74
-3
19.74
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UMTS BAND II
Mode
WCDMA 1900
RMC
WCDMA 1900
AMR
HSDPA
Subtest 1
HSDPA
Subtest 2
HSDPA
Subtest 3
HSDPA
Subtest 4
HSUPA
Subtest 1
HSUPA
Subtest 2
HSUPA
Subtest 3
HSUPA
Subtest 4
HSUPA
Subtest 5
Frequency
(MHz)
1852.6
Reference
power
24
Peak Power
Tolerance
23.47
0.53
Avg.Burst
Power
21.48
1880
24
23.54
0.66
21.57
1907.4
24
23.19
0.81
21.51
1852.6
24
22.87
1.13
21.43
1880
24
22.53
1.47
20.93
1907.4
24
22.7
1.3
21.24
1852.6
24
22.45
1.55
20.47
1880
24
22.28
1.72
20.17
1907.4
24
22.53
1.47
19.81
1852.6
24
22.41
1.59
20.48
1880
24
22.43
1.57
20.24
1907.4
24
22.36
1.64
20.19
1852.6
24
22.28
1.72
19.93
1880
24
22.01
1.99
19.73
1907.4
24
22.51
1.49
20.71
1852.6
24
22.47
1.53
20.48
1880
24
22.67
1.33
20.46
1907.4
24
22.32
1.68
20.43
1852.6
24
22.31
1.69
20.34
1880
24
22.33
1.67
20.25
1907.4
24
22.26
1.74
20.25
1852.6
24
22.19
1.81
20.26
1880
24
22.09
1.91
20.23
1907.4
24
22.17
1.83
20.23
1852.6
24
22.94
1.06
20.61
1880
24
22.51
1.49
20.32
1907.4
24
22.24
1.76
20.02
1852.6
24
21.96
2.04
20.05
1880
24
22.58
1.42
20.41
1907.4
24
22.43
1.57
20.29
1852.6
24
22.02
1.98
20.14
1880
24
22.45
1.55
20.01
1907.4
24
22.43
1.57
20.44
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UMTS BAND V
Mode
WCDMA 850
RMC
WCDMA 850
AMR
HSDPA
Subtest 1
HSDPA
Subtest 2
HSDPA
Subtest 3
HSDPA
Subtest 4
HSUPA
Subtest 1
HSUPA
Subtest 2
HSUPA
Subtest 3
HSUPA
Subtest 4
HSUPA
Subtest 5
Frequency
(MHz)
826.6
Reference
power
24
Peak Power
Tolerance
23.34
-0.66
Avg.Burst
Power
22.28
836.4
24
23.68
-0.32
22.56
846.4
24
23.26
-0.74
22.19
826.6
24
22.31
-1.69
21.23
836.4
24
22.63
-1.37
21.38
846.4
24
22.28
-1.72
21.16
826.6
24
22.88
-1.12
21.52
836.4
24
22.67
-1.33
21.44
846.4
24
22.61
-1.39
21.66
826.6
24
22.45
-1.55
21.55
836.4
24
22.24
-1.76
21.41
846.4
24
22.42
-1.58
21.25
826.6
24
22.15
-1.85
21.54
836.4
24
22.26
-1.74
21.31
846.4
24
22.42
-1.58
21.25
826.6
24
21.61
-2.39
20.61
836.4
24
21.42
-2.58
20.34
846.4
24
21.51
-2.49
20.42
826.6
24
22.34
-1.66
21.52
836.4
24
22.45
-1.55
21.42
846.4
24
22.26
-1.74
21.16
826.6
24
22.61
-1.39
21.32
836.4
24
22.53
-1.47
21.45
846.4
24
22.34
-1.66
21.52
826.6
24
22.35
-1.65
21.64
836.4
24
22.42
-1.58
21.32
846.4
24
22.51
-1.49
21.35
826.6
24
21.26
-2.74
20.67
836.4
24
21.42
-2.58
20.52
846.4
24
21.31
-2.69
20.36
826.6
24
21.28
-2.72
20.43
836.4
24
21.31
-2.69
20.51
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846.4
24
21.42
-2.58
20.34
According to 3GPP 25.101 sub-clause 6.2.2 , the maximum output power is allowed to be reduced by following
the table.
Table 6.1aA: UE maximum output power with HS-DPCCH and E-DCH
UE Transmit Channel Configuration
For all combinations of ,DPDCH,DPCCH
HS-DPDCH,E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH
CM(db)
MPR(db)
0≤ CM≤3.5
MAX(CM-1,0)
Note: CM=1 for  c/  d=12/15,  hs/  c=24/15.For all other combinations of DPDCH, DPCCH,
HS-DPCCH, E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH the MPR is based on the relative CM difference.
The device supports MPR to solve linearity issues (ACLR or SEM) due to the higher peak-to average ratios
(PAR) of the HSUPA signal. This prevents saturating the full range of the TX DAC inside of device and provides
a reduced power output to the RF transceiver chip according to the Cubic Metric (a function of the combinations
of DPDCH, DPCCH, HS-DPCCH, E-DPDCH and E-DPCCH).
When E-DPDCH channels are present the beta gains on those channels are reduced firsts to try to get the
power under the allowed limit. If the beta gains are lowered as far as possible, then a hard limiting is applied at
the maximum allowed level.
The SW currently recalculates the cubic metric every time the beta gains on the E-DPDCH are reduced. The
cubic metric will likely get lower each time this is done .However, there is no reported reduction of maximum
output power in the HSUPA mode since the device also provides a compensate for the power back-off by
increasing the gain of TX_AGC in the transceiver (PA) device.
The end effect is that the DUT output power is identical to the case where there is no MPR in the device.
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6.2 RADIATED OUTPUT POWER
6.2.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
The measurements procedures specified in ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010 were applied.
1. Effective Radiated Power (ERP) and Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) measurements are
performed using the substitution method described in ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010 with the EUT transmitting into an
integral antenna. Measurements on signal operating below 1GHz are performed using dipole antennas.
Measurements on signals operating above 1GHz are performed using broadband horn antennas. All
measurements are performed as RMS average measurements while the EUT operating at its maximum duty
cycle, at maximum power, and at the approximate frequencies.
2. In an anechoic antenna test chamber, a half-wave dipole antenna for the frequency band of interest is placed
at the reference centre of the chamber. An RF Signal source for the frequency band of interest is connected to
the dipole with a cable that has been constructed to not interfere with the radiation pattern of the antenna. A
known (measured) power (Pin) is applied to the input of the dipole, and the power received (Pr) at the
chamber's probe antenna is recorded.
3. The substitution method is used. Substitution values at each frequency are measured before and saved to
the test software. A "reference path loss" is established as ARpl=Pin + 2.15 - Pr. The ARpl is the attenuation of
“reference path loss”, and including the gain of receive antenna, the cable loss and the air loss. The
measurement results are obtained as described below: Power=PMea+ARpl
4. The EUT is substituted for the dipole at the reference centre of the chamber and a scan is performed to
obtain the radiation pattern.
5. From the radiation pattern, the co-ordinates where the maximum antenna gain occurs are identified.
6. The EUT is then put into continuously transmitting mode at its maximum power level.
7. Power mode measurements are performed with the receiving antenna placed at the coordinates determined
in Step 3 to determine the output power as defined in Rule 24.232 (b) and (c). The "reference path loss" from
Step1 is added to this result.
8. This value is EIRP since the measurement is calibrated using a half-wave dipole antenna of known gain
(2.15 dBi) and known input power (Pin).
9. ERP can be calculated from EIRP by subtracting the gain of the dipole, ERP = EIRP -2.15dBi...
6.2.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
This is the test for the maximum radiated power from the EUT. Rule Part 24.232(b) specifies,
“Mobile/portable stations are limited to 2 watts e.i.r.p. Peak power” and 24.232(c) specifies that "Peak
transmit power must be measured over any interval of continuous transmission using instrumentation
calibrated in terms of an rms-equivalent voltage.” Rule Part 22.913(a) specifies “Maximum ERP. The
effective radiated power (ERP) of base transmitters and cellular repeaters must not exceed 500 Watts. The
ERP of mobile transmitters and auxiliary test transmitters must not exceed 7 Watts.”
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Mode
Nominal Peak Power
GSM 850
<=38.45 dBm (7W)
PCS 1900
<=33 dBm (2W)
UMTS BAND II
<=33 dBm (2W)
UMTS BAND V
<=38.45 dBm (7W)
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6.2.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
Radiated Power (E.I.R.P) for GSM 850
Result
Mode
GPRS 850
Frequency
Conclusion
Max. Peak
Polarization
E.I.R.P(dBm)
Of Max. ERP
824.2
30.42
Horizontal
Pass
836.6
30.18
Horizontal
Pass
848.8
30.58
Horizontal
Pass
824.2
28.67
Vertical
Pass
836.6
28.61
Vertical
Pass
848.8
28.55
Vertical
Pass
Radiated Power (E.I.R.P) for PCS 1900
Result
Mode
GPRS 1900
Frequency
Conclusion
Max. Peak
Polarization
E.I.R.P(dBm)
Of Max. E.I.R.P.
1850.2
27.82
Horizontal
Pass
1880.0
27.45
Horizontal
Pass
1909.8
27.43
Horizontal
Pass
1850.2
25.66
Vertical
Pass
1880.0
25.75
Vertical
Pass
1909.8
25.48
Vertical
Pass
Radiated Power (E.I.R.P) for UMTS band II
Result
Mode
Frequency
Conclusion
Max. Peak
Polarization
E.I.R.P (dBm)
Of Max. E.I.R.P.
1852.6
21.88
Horizontal
Pass
1880
21.96
Horizontal
Pass
UMTS
1907.4
21.46
Horizontal
Pass
Band II
1852.6
19.73
Vertical
Pass
1880
19.97
Vertical
Pass
1907.4
19.61
Vertical
Pass
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Radiated Power (E.I.R.P) for UMTS band V
Result
Mode
Frequency
Conclusion
Max. Peak
Polarization
E.I.R.P (dBm)
Of Max. E.I.R.P.
826.6
21.74
Horizontal
Pass
836.4
21.86
Horizontal
Pass
UMTS
846.4
21.57
Horizontal
Pass
Band V
826.6
19.57
Vertical
Pass
836.4
19.62
Vertical
Pass
846.4
19.56
Vertical
Pass
Note: Above is the worst mode data.
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6.3. PEAK-TO-AVERAGE RATIO
6.3.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
Use one of the procedures presented in 4.1 to measure the total peak power and record as PPk. Use
one of the applicable procedures presented 4.2 to measure the total average power and record as
PAvg. Both the peak and average power levels must be expressed in the same logarithmic units
(e.g., dBm). Determine the PAPR from:
PAPR (dB) = PPk (dBm) - PAvg (dBm).
6.3.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
This is the test for the Peak-to-Average Ratio from the EUT.
Power Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function (CCDF) curves provide a means for
characterizing the power peaks of a digitally modulated signal on a statistical basis. A CCDF curve
depicts the probability of the peak signal amplitude exceeding the average power level. Most
contemporary measurement instrumentation include the capability to produce CCDF curves for an
input signal provided that the instrument’s resolution bandwidth can be set wide enough to
accommodate the entire input signal bandwidth. In measuring transmissions in this band using an
average power technique, the peak-to-average ratio (PAR) of the transmission may not exceed 13
dB.
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6.3.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
Modes
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Peak-To-Average Ratio (dB)/GSM
GSM850(GSM)
128
190
251
(Low)
(Mid)
(High)
824.2
836.6
848.8
0.52
0.51
0.51
Modes
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Peak-To-Average Ratio (dB)/GSM
PCS 1900 (GSM)
512
661
810
(Low)
(Mid)
(High)
1850.2
1880
1909.8
0.51
0.50
0.50
Modes
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Peak-To-Average Ratio (dB)
UMTS BAND II
9663
9800
9937
(Low)
(Mid)
(High)
1852.6
1880
1907.4
1.56
1.34
1.52
Modes
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Peak-To-Average Ratio (dB)
UMTS BAND V
4358
4407
4457
(Low)
(Mid)
(High)
826.6
836.6
846.4
1.37
1.45
1.24
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7. OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH
7.1 TEST OVERVIEW
1. The Occupied bandwidth, that is the frequency bandwidth such that, below its lower and above its upper
Frequency limits, the mean power radiated are each equal to 0.5 percent of the total mean power radiated
by a given emission shall be measured.
2. RBW=1~5% of the expected OBW, VBW>=3 x RBW, Detector=Peak, Trace mode=max hold,
Sweep=auto couple, and the trace was allowed to stabilize.
7.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
The emission bandwidth is defined as two points, one below the carrier center frequency and one above
the carrier center frequency, outside of which all emissions are attenuated at least 26dB below the
transmitter power
7.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
APPENDIX A:BANDWIDTH
Test Results
Test Band
GSM850
Test Band
GSM1900
Test
Test
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
Mode
Channel
(KHZ)
(KHZ)
LCH
244.61
317.96
PASS
MCH
242.94
314.95
PASS
HCH
244.09
310.69
PASS
Test
Test
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
Mode
Channel
(KHZ)
(KHZ)
LCH
245.21
311.33
PASS
MCH
248.00
311.86
PASS
HCH
248.70
312.89
PASS
GSM
GSM
For GSM
Test Band=GSM850/GSM1900
Test Mode=GPRS
Verdict
Verdict
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GSM 850-LCH-PCL5#
GSM 850-MCH-PCL5#
GSM 850-HCH-PCL5#
GSM 1900-LCH-PCL5#
GSM 1900-MCH-PCL5#
GSM 1900-HCH-PCL5#
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Test Band
WCDMA
850
Test Band
WCDMA
1900
Test
Test
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
Mode
Channel
(KHZ)
(KHZ)
LCH
4102.4
4661
PASS
MCH
4125.9
4675
PASS
HCH
4151.6
4661
PASS
Test
Test
Occupied Bandwidth
Emission Bandwidth
Verdict
Mode
Channel
(KHZ)
(KHZ)
LCH
4163.8
4726
PASS
MCH
4148.2
4720
PASS
HCH
4145.1
4709
PASS
UMTS
UMTS
For WCDMA
Test Band=WCDMA850/WCDMA1900
Test Mode=UMTS
WCDMA 850-LCH
WCDMA 850-MCH
Verdict
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WCDMA 850-HCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-MCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
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8. BAND EDGE
8.1 measurement method
1. All out of band emissions are measured with an analyzer spectrum connected to the antenna terminal of
the EUT while the EUT at its maximum duty cycle, at maximum power, and at the approximate frequencies.
All data rates were investigated to determine the worst case configuration
2. The test set up and general procedure is similar to conducted peak output power test. Only different for
setting the measurement configuration of the measuring instrument of Spectrum Analyzer.
3. Start and stop frequency were set such that the band edge would be placed in the center of the plot.
4. Span was set large enough so as to capture all out of band emissions near the band edge.
5. RBW>1% of the emission bandwidth, VBW >=3 x RBW, Detector=RMS, Number of points>=2 x
Span/RBW, Trace mode=max hold, Sweep time=auto couple, and the trace was allowed to stabilize
8.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
As Specified in FCC rules of 22.917(a) and 24.238(a) and KDB 971168 V02r02
8.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
APPENDIX B: BAND EDGES COMPLIANCE
Test Results
For GSM
Test Band=GSM850/GSM1900
Test Mode=GPRS
GSM 850-LCH
GSM 850-HCH
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GSM 1900-LCH
GSM 1900-HCH
Test Band=WCDMA850/WCDMA1900
Test Mode=UMTS
WCDMA 850-LCH
WCDMA 850-HCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
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9. SPURIOUS EMISSION
9.1 CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION
9.1.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
The following steps outline the procedure used to measure the conducted emissions from the EUT.
1. The level of the carrier and the various conducted spurious and harmonic frequency is measured
by means of a calibrated spectrum analyzer. The spectrum is scanned from the lowest frequency
generated in the equipment up to a frequency including its 10th harmonic. All out of band emissions
are measured with a spectrum analyzer connected to the antenna terminal of the EUT while the EUT
is operating at maximum power, and at the approximate frequencies. All data rates were
investigated to determine the worst case configuration.
2. Determine frequency range for measurements: From CFR 2.1057 the spectrum should be investigated
from the lowest radio frequency generated in the equipment up to at least the 10th harmonic of the carrier
frequency. For the equipment of PCS1900 band, this equates to a frequency range of 30 MHz to 19.1
GHz, data taken from 30 MHz to 20 GHz. For GSM 850, data taken from 30 MHz to 9 GHz.
3. Determine EUT transmit frequencies: the following typical channels were chosen to conducted
emissions testing.
Typical Channels for testing of GSM 850
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
128
824.2
190
836.6
251
848.8
Typical Channels for testing of PCS 1900
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
512
1850.2
661
1880.0
810
1909.8
Typical Channels for testing of UMTS band II
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
9663
1852.6
9800
1880
9937
1907.4
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Typical Channels for testing of UMTS band V
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
4358
826.6
4407
836.4
4457
846.4
9.1.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
On any frequency outside frequency band of the USPCS spectrum, the power of any emission shall be
attenuated below the transmitter power (P, in Watts) by at least 43+10Log(P) dB. For all power levels +30
dBm to 0 dBm, this becomes a constant specification limit of -13 dBm.
9.1.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
APPENDIX C: SPURIOUS EMISSION AT ANTENNA TERMINAL
Test Results
Test Band=GSM850/GSM1900
Test Mode=GPRS
GSM 850-LCH
GSM 850-LCH
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GSM 850-MCH
GSM 850-MCH
GSM 850-HCH
GSM 850-HCH
GSM 1900-LCH
GSM 1900-LCH
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GSM 1900-LCH
GSM 1900-LCH
GSM 1900-MCH
GSM 1900-MCH
GSM 1900-MCH
GSM 1900-MCH
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GSM 1900-HCH
GSM 1900-HCH
GSM 1900-HCH
GSM 1900-HCH
Test Band=WCDMA850/WCDMA1900
Test Mode=UMTS
WCDMA 850-LCH
WCDMA 850-LCH
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WCDMA 850-MCH
WCDMA 850-MCH
WCDMA 850-HCH
WCDMA 850-HCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
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WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-MCH
WCDMA 1900-MCH
WCDMA 1900-MCH
WCDMA 1900-MCH
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WCDMA 1900-HCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
Note: 1. Below 30MHZ no Spurious found and The GSM modes is the worst condition.
2. As no emission found in standby or receive mode, no recording in this report.
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9.2 RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSION
9.2.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
The measurements procedures specified in TIA-603-D-2010 were used for testing. The spectrum was
scanned from 30 MHz to the 10th harmonic of the highest frequency generated within the equipment. The
resolution bandwidth is set 1MHz as outlined in Part 24.238. The measurements were performed on all
modes(GPRS 850, GPRS 1900, HSPA band V) at 3 typical channels(the Top Channel, the Middle
Channel and the Bottom Channel) for each band.
The procedure of radiated spurious emissions is as follows:
a) Pre-calibration With pre-calibration method, the Radiated Spurious Emissions(RSE) is calculated as,
RSE=Rx(dBuV)+CL(dB)+SA(dB)+Gain(dBi)-107(dBuV to dBm)The SA is calibrated using following
setup.
b) EUT was placed on a 0.8 meter high non-conductive stand at a 3 meter test distance from the receive
antenna. A receiving antenna was placed on the antenna mast 3 meters from the test item for emission
measurements. The height of receiving antenna is 0.8m. The test setup refers to figure below. Detected
emissions were maximized at each frequency by rotating the test item and adjusting the receiving antenna
polarization. The radiated emission measurements of all non-harmonic and harmonics of the transmit
frequency through the 10th harmonic were measured with peak detector and 1MHz bandwidth.
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Radiated emissions measurements were made only at the upper, middle, and lower carrier frequencies of
the PCS 1900 band (1850.2 MHz, 1880 MHz and 1909.8 MHz) ,GSM850 band (824.2MHz, 836.6MHz,
848.8MHz), UMTS band V(826.6MHz, 836.4MHz, 846.4MHz) . It was decided that measurements at
these three carrier frequencies would be sufficient to demonstrate compliance with emissions limits
because it was seen that all the significant spurs occur well outside the band and no radiation was seen
from a carrier in one block of any band into any of the other blocks.
The substitution method is used. Substitution values at each frequency are measured before and saved to
the test software. 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 and the air loss.
The measurement results are obtained as described below: Power=PMea+ARpl
9.2.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
(a) On any frequency outside a licensee’s frequency block (e.g. A, D, B, etc.) within the USPCS spectrum,
the power of any emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P, in Watts) by at least
43+10Log(P) dB. The specification that emissions shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) by
at least 43 + 10 log (P) dB, translates in the relevant power range (1 to 0.001 W) to -13 dBm. At 1 W the
specified minimum attenuation becomes 43 dB and relative to a 30 dBm (1 W) carrier becomes a limit of
-13 dBm. At 0.001 W (0 dBm) the minimum attenuation is 13 dB, which again yields a limit of -13 dBm. In
this way a translation of the specification from relative to absolute terms is carried out.
Note: only result the worst condition of each test mode:
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9.2.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
GSM 850:
The Worst Test Results for Channel 251/848.8 MHz
Frequency(MHz)
Power(dBm)
ARpl (dBm)
PMea(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Polarity
1685.23
-45.46
-5.01
-50.47
-13.00
Horizontal
2456.12
-44.52
-2.18
-46.7
-13.00
Vertical
3645.78
-43.13
3.46
-39.67
-13.00
Vertical
4536.58
-44.29
2.79
-41.5
-13.00
Horizontal
PCS 1900:
The Worst Test Results for Channel 810/1909.8MHz
Frequency(MHz)
Power(dBm)
ARpl (dBm)
PMea(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Polarity
1429.36
-47.85
-3.22
-51.07
-13.00
Vertical
2563.47
-46.37
-0.24
-46.61
-13.00
Vertical
3645.26
-43.32
3.98
-39.34
-13.00
Horizontal
4563.56
-44.85
11.56
-33.29
-13.00
Vertical
5689.25
-43.64
17.89
-25.75
-13.00
Horizontal
UMTS band II:
The Worst Test Results for Channel 9938/1907.4MHz
Frequency(MHz)
Power(dBm)
ARpl (dBm)
PMea(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Polarity
2000.00
-36.93
-2.25
-39.18
-13.00
Vertical
9548.50
-44.55
-3.03
-47.58
-13.00
Horizontal
13367.40
-45.04
-1.87
-46.91
-13.00
Horizontal
15277.80
-47.75
8.52
-39.23
-13.00
Vertical
17931.60
-46.58
18.7
-27.88
-13.00
Horizontal
UMTS band V:
The Worst Test Results for Channel 4458/846.4MHz
Frequency(MHz)
Power(dBm)
ARpl (dBm)
PMea(dBm)
Limit(dBm)
Polarity
1598.26
-47.14
-2.26
-49.4
-13.00
Vertical
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2365.78
-46.41
-3.12
-49.53
-13.00
Horizontal
4967.65
-45.92
-1.74
-47.66
-13.00
Horizontal
6457.86
-47.46
8.74
-38.72
-13.00
Vertical
7896.56
-46.81
17.89
-28.92
-13.00
Horizontal
Note: ARpl= Factor=Antenna Factor+ Cable loss-Amplifier gain.
The “Factor” value can be calculated automatically by software of measurement system.
Below 30MHZ no Spurious found and The GSM modes is the worst condition.
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10. MAINS CONDUCTED EMISSION
10.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
The measurement procedure specified in ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010 was used for testing. Conducted Emission
was measured with travel charger.
10.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
Conducted Limit(dBuV)
Frequency of Emission (MHz)
Quasi-Peak
Average
0.15 – 0.5
66 to 56 *
56 to 46 *
0.5 – 5
56
46
5 – 30
60
50
*Decreases with the logarithm of the frequency.
*The lower limit shall apply at the transition frequency.
Note: The GSM850 mode is the worst condition and the test result as following:
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10.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION – L
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LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION – N
Note: The GSM850 mode is the worst condition.
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11. FREQUENCY STABILITY
11.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
In order to measure the carrier frequency under the condition of AFC lock, it is necessary to make
measurements with the EUT in a “call mode”. This is accomplished with the use of R&S CMU200 DIGITAL
RADIO COMMUNICATION TESTER.
1. Measure the carrier frequency at room temperature.
2. Subject the EUT to overnight soak at -10℃.
3.With the EUT, powered via nominal voltage, connected to the CMU200 and in a simulated call on
channel 661 for PCS 1900 band , channel 190 for GSM 850 band, channel 9400 for UMTS band II and
channel 4175 for UMTS band V measure the carrier frequency. These measurements should be made
within 2 minutes of Powering up the EUT, to prevent significant self-warming.
4.Repeat the above measurements at 10℃ increments from -10℃ to +55℃. Allow at least 1 1/2 hours at
each temperature, unpowered, before making measurements.
5. Re-measure carrier frequency at room temperature with nominal voltage. Vary supply voltage from
minimum voltage to maximum voltage, in 0.1Volt increments re-measuring carrier frequency at each
voltage. Pause at nominal voltage for 1 1/2 hours unpowered, to allow any self-heating to stabilize, before
continuing.
6. Subject the EUT to overnight soak at +55℃.
7. With the EUT, powered via nominal voltage, connected to the CMU200 and in a simulated call on the
centre channel, measure the carrier frequency. These measurements should be made within 2 minutes of
Powering up the EUT, to prevent significant self-warming.
8. Repeat the above measurements at 10℃ increments from +55℃ to -10℃. Allow at least 1 1/2 hours at
each temperature, unpowered, before making measurements.
9.At all temperature levels hold the temperature to +/- 0.5℃ during the measurement procedure.
11.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
11.2.1 For Hand carried battery powered equipment
According to the ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010, the frequency stability of the carrier shall be accurate to
within 0.1 ppm of the received frequency from the base station. This accuracy is sufficient to meet Sec.
24.235, Frequency Stability. The frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that the fundamental
emission stays within the authorized frequency block. As this transceiver is considered "Hand carried,
battery powered equipment" Section 2.1055(d)(2) applies. This requires that the lower voltage for
frequency stability testing be specified by the manufacturer. This transceiver is specified to operate with an
input voltage of between 3.4V DC and 4.2V DC, with a nominal voltage of 4.2 DC V. Operation above or
below these voltage limits is prohibited by transceiver software in order to prevent improper operation as
well as to protect components from overstress. These voltages represent a tolerance of -10 % and
+12.5 %. For the purposes of measuring frequency stability these voltage limits are to be used.
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11.2.2 For equipment powered by primary supply voltage
According to the ANSI/TIA-603-D-2010, the frequency stability of the carrier shall be accurate to
within 0.1 ppm of the received frequency from the base station. This accuracy is sufficient to meet Sec.
24.235, Frequency Stability. The frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that the fundamental
emission stays within the authorized frequency block. For this EUT section 2.1055(d)(1) applies. This
requires varying primary supply voltage from 85 to 115 percent of the nominal value for other than hand
carried battery equipment, the normal environment temperature is 20oC.
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11.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
Appendix D:Frequency Stability
Test Results
Frequency Error vs. Voltage:
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Temp.
Volt.(V)
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
TN
3.4
-11.88
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
-6.39
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
-0.26
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.4
3.03
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
3.10
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
3.94
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.4
2.26
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
2.78
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
-2.07
0.00
±2.5
PASS
LCH
GSM
850
GPRS
MCH
HCH
Verdict
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Temp.
Volt. (V)
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
TN
3.4
-29.90
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
-4.13
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
0.52
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.4
11.62
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
12.27
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
10.27
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.4
13.11
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
10.98
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
8.85
0.00
±2.5
PASS
LCH
GSM
1900
GPRS
MCH
HCH
Verdict
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Frequency Error vs. Temperature:
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Volt.
Temp.
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
VN
-10
8.91
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
16.59
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
8.01
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
12.59
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
5.68
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
8.78
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
11.11
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
9.04
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
4.91
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
-0.32
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
4.26
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
3.75
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
6.59
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
7.36
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
-5.81
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-8.91
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
-2.07
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
-5.68
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
-13.56
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
-14.33
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
-16.27
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
GSM850
GSM850
GSM850
GPRS
GPRS
GPRS
LCH
MCH
HCH
Verdict
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Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Volt.
Temp.
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
VN
-10
13.11
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
8.85
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
4.84
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
-1.10
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
2.91
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
2.65
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
2.58
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
10.40
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
13.69
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
10.98
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
12.20
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
7.36
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
6.52
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
4.71
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
7.23
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
6.26
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
10.72
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
5.42
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
-3.03
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
0.58
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
7.55
0.00
±2.5
PASS
GSM1900
GSM1900
GSM1900
GPRS
GPRS
GPRS
LCH
MCH
HCH
Verdict
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Frequency Error vs. Voltage:
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Temp.
Volt.
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
Verdict
(V)
LCH
WCDMA
850
UMTS
MCH
HCH
TN
3.4
192.86
0.23
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
191.54
0.23
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
189.58
0.23
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.4
-7.13
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
191.54
0.23
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
-4.14
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.4
-6.35
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
5.54
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
-7.51
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
Verdict
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channe
Temp.
Volt.
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
LCH
WCDMA
1900
UMTS
MCH
HCH
(V)
TN
3.4
23.35
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
22.93
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
24.40
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.4
22.31
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
22.93
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
34.26
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.4
29.02
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
3.7
22.93
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
4.2
30.35
0.02
±2.5
PASS
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Frequency Error vs. Temperature:
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Volt.
Temp.
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
VN
-10
-7.83
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-6.68
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
602.42
0.73
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
194.02
0.23
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
194.78
0.24
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
401.70
0.49
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
193.86
0.23
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
-2.29
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
4.06
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
-3.57
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
147.72
0.18
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
148.15
0.18
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
-1.14
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
144.03
0.17
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
-10.89
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-12.21
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
-7.39
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
-8.13
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
-12.97
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
-8.62
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
-4.39
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
WCDMA
850
WCDMA
850
WCDMA
850
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
LCH
MCH
HCH
Verdict
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Volt.
Temp.
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
VN
-10
30.76
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
26.60
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
24.03
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
24.57
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
22.14
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
20.83
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
28.47
0.02
±2.5
PASS
WCDMA
1900
UMTS
LCH
Verdict
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WCDMA
1900
WCDMA
1900
UMTS
UMTS
MCH
HCH
VN
-10
25.54
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
27.19
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
25.86
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
27.18
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
28.87
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
31.19
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
24.26
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
29.11
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
29.98
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
29.21
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
28.32
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
27.25
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
28.72
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
35.72
0.02
±2.5
PASS
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PHOTOGRAPHS OF TEST SETUP
CONDUCTED EMISSION
RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSION
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CONDUCTED MEASUREMENTS
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PHOTOGRAPHS OF EUT
TOTAL VIEW OF EUT
THE LABEL OF ADAPTER
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THE LABEL OF BATTERY
TOP VIEW OF EUT
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BOTTOM VIEW OF EUT
FRONT VIEW OF EUT
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BACK VIEW OF EUT
LEFT VIEW OF EUT
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RIGHT VIEW OF EUT
OPEN VIEW OF EUT-1
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OPEN VIEW OF EUT-2
INTERNAL VIEW OF EUT-1
WIFI
Antenna
GSM/WCDMA
Antenna
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INTERNAL VIEW OF EUT-2
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