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TEST REPORT
Test report no.: 1-3272/16-01-02
Testing laboratory
Applicant
CTC advanced GmbH
Untertuerkheimer Strasse 6 – 10
66117 Saarbruecken / Germany
Phone:
+ 49 681 5 98 - 0
Fax:
+ 49 681 5 98 - 9075
Internet: http://www.ctcadvanced.com
e-mail:
[email protected]
Accredited Testing Laboratory:
The testing laboratory (area of testing) is accredited
according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 (2005) by the
Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH (DAkkS)
The accreditation is valid for the scope of testing
procedures as stated in the accreditation certificate with
the registration number: D-PL-12076-01-01
VIA traffic controlling GmbH
Campusallee 1
51379 Leverkusen / GERMANY
Phone:
+49-2171-504930
Fax:
+49-2171-504950
Contact: Joachim Geßler
e-mail:
[email protected]
Phone:
+49-2171-504933
Manufacturer
VIA traffic controlling GmbH
Campusallee 1
51379 Leverkusen / GERMANY
Test standard/s
47 CFR Part 15
Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations; Chapter I; Part 15 - Radio frequency
devices
RSS - 210 Issue 9
Spectrum Management and Telecommunications Radio Standards Specification Licence-Exempt Radio Apparatus: Category I Equipment
For further applied test standards please refer to section 3 of this test report.
Test Item
Kind of test item:
Speed Display
Model name:
viasis 3003
FCC ID:
2AKXP-VIASIS3003
IC:
22339-VIASIS3003
Frequency:
24.075 GHz – 24.175 GHz
Antenna:
Integrated patch antenna
Power supply:
10.6 V to 16.0 V DC by battery
Temperature range:
-20°C to +55°C
This test report is electronically signed and valid without handwriting signature. For verification of the electronic signatures,
the public keys can be requested at the testing laboratory.
Test report authorized:
DN: cn=Karsten Geraldy, o=CTC advanced
GmbH, ou=GER-161201,
[email protected], c=DE
Datum: 2017.02.08 13:04:47 +01'00'
Karsten Geraldy
Lab Manager
Radio Communications & EMC
Test performed:
cn=Walla Meheza, o=ctcadvanced GmbH,
ou=WAL-161220,
[email protected],
c=DE
2017.02.07 15:38:25 +01'00'
Meheza Walla
Lab Manager
Radio Communications & EMC
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Table of contents
Table of contents ............................................................................................................................................2
General information .......................................................................................................................................3
2.1
2.2
2.3
Notes and disclaimer ..........................................................................................................................3
Application details ...............................................................................................................................3
Test laboratories sub-contracted ......................................................................................................3
Test standard/s and references ....................................................................................................................4
Test environment ............................................................................................................................................5
Test item ..........................................................................................................................................................5
5.1
5.2
General description .............................................................................................................................5
Additional information ........................................................................................................................6
Description of the test setup .........................................................................................................................7
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
Shielded semi anechoic chamber ......................................................................................................8
Shielded fully anechoic chamber ......................................................................................................9
Radiated measurements 18 GHz – 50 GHz .....................................................................................10
Radiated measurements > 50 GHz ...................................................................................................11
Measurement uncertainty ............................................................................................................................12
Sequence of testing .....................................................................................................................................13
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
10
Sequence of testing radiated spurious 9 kHz to 30 MHz ...............................................................13
Sequence of testing radiated spurious 30 MHz to 1 GHz ..............................................................14
Sequence of testing radiated spurious 1 GHz to 18 GHz ..............................................................15
Sequence of testing radiated spurious above 18 GHz ..................................................................16
Sequence of testing radiated spurious above 50 GHz with external mixers ..............................17
Summary of measurement results .............................................................................................................18
Measurement results ................................................................................................................................19
10.1
10.2
10.3
Field strength of emissions (wanted signal) ...............................................................................19
Occupied bandwidth (99% bandwidth) ........................................................................................21
Field strength of emissions (radiated spurious) ........................................................................23
Annex A
Document history ..........................................................................................................................30
Annex B
Further information ........................................................................................................................30
Annex C
Accreditation Certificate ...............................................................................................................31
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General information
2.1
Notes and disclaimer
The test results of this test report relate exclusively to the test item specified in this test report. CTC advanced
GmbH does not assume responsibility for any conclusions and generalizations drawn from the test results with
regard to other specimens or samples of the type of the equipment represented by the test item.
The test report may only be reproduced or published in full. Reproduction or publication of extracts from the report
requires the prior written approval of CTC advanced GmbH.
The testing service provided by CTC advanced GmbH has been rendered under the current "General Terms and
Conditions for CTC advanced GmbH".
CTC advanced GmbH will not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from false, inaccurate, inappropriate or
incomplete product information provided by the customer.
Under no circumstances does the CTC advanced GmbH test report include any endorsement or warranty
regarding the functionality, quality or performance of any other product or service provided.
Under no circumstances does the CTC advanced GmbH test report include or imply any product or service
warranties from CTC advanced GmbH, including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability,
fitness for purpose, or non-infringement, all of which are expressly disclaimed by CTC advanced GmbH.
All rights and remedies regarding vendor’s products and services for which CTC advanced GmbH has prepared
this test report shall be provided by the party offering such products or services and not by CTC advanced GmbH.
In no case this test report can be considered as a Letter of Approval.
This test report is electronically signed and valid without handwritten signature. For verification of the electronic
signatures, the public keys can be requested at the testing laboratory.
2.2
Application details
Date of receipt of order:
Date of receipt of test item:
Start of test:
End of test:
Person(s) present during the test:
2.3
2017-01-09
2017-01-23
2017-01-23
2017-02-06
-/-
Test laboratories sub-contracted
None
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Test standard/s and references
Test standard
Date
47 CFR Part 15
Description
Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations; Chapter I; Part 15 Radio frequency devices
RSS - 210 Issue 9
2016-06
Spectrum Management and Telecommunications Radio Standards
Specification - Licence-Exempt Radio Apparatus: Category I
Equipment
Guidance
Version
Description
ANSI C63.4-2014
-/-
ANSI C63.10-2013
-/-
American national standard for methods of measurement of radionoise emissions from low-voltage electrical and electronic
equipment in the range of 9 kHz to 40 GHz
American national standard of procedures for compliance testing
of unlicensed wireless devices
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Test environment
Temperature
Relative humidity content
Barometric pressure
Power supply
Test item
5.1
General description
Tnom
+22 °C during room temperature tests
Vnom
Vmax
Vmin
55 %
1021 hpa
12.0 V DC by Power supply
16.0 V
10.6 V
Kind of test item
Type identification
Speed Display
viasis 3003
HMN
PMN
HVIN
FVIN
-/viasis 3003
COMPACT
MINI
PLUS
PLUS SMILE
VARIO
VARIO MONO
-/-
S/N serial number
HW hardware status
16SC1624
viasis3003M-H4
SW software status
Frequency band
4.34
24.075 GHz – 24.175 GHz
Type of modulation
Unmodulated CW Carrier: 17k8N0N
Number of channels
Antenna
Integrated patch antenna
Power supply
Temperature range
10.6 V to 16.0 V DC by Power supply
-20°C to +55°C
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5.2
Additional information
The content of the following annexes is defined in the QA. It may be that not all of the listed annexes are
necessary for this report, thus some values in between may be missing.
Test setup- and EUT-photos are included in test report:
Test mode:
1-3272/16-01-02_AnnexA
1-3272/16-01-02_AnnexB
1-3272/16-01-02_AnnexC
Normal operation
Special software is used to have a continuous transmission
Reference documents:
Viasis_3003_e.pdf
Special test descriptions:
ViaGraph Software
Configuration descriptions:
Using a RS232 interface cable
After the start of the “ViaGraph” program you may click “Connect to device”.
If the connection is established successfully, click “3.Test functions” and push the
CRTL key and the W key at the same time
Click “4. Amplifier & Transceiver” in the new menu
Click “1.Adjust Amplifier”
And click “Transceiver Dauereinschaltung” to have a continuous transmission
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Description of the test setup
Typically, the calibrations of the test apparatus are commissioned to and performed by an accredited calibration
laboratory. The calibration intervals are determined in accordance with the DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025. In addition to
the external calibrations, the laboratory executes comparison measurements with other calibrated test systems
or effective verifications. Weekly chamber inspections and range calibrations are performed. Where possible, RF
generating and signaling equipment as well as measuring receivers and analyzers are connected to an external
high-precision 10 MHz reference (GPS-based or rubidium frequency standard).
In order to simplify the identification of the equipment used at some special tests, some items of test equipment
and ancillaries can be provided with an identifier or number in the equipment list below (Lab/Item).
Agenda: Kind of Calibration
ne
calibration / calibrated
not required (k, ev, izw, zw not required)
EK
zw
ev
Ve
vlkI!
NK!
periodic self verification
long-term stability recognized
Attention: extended calibration interval
Attention: not calibrated
izw
limited calibration
cyclical maintenance (external cyclical
maintenance)
internal cyclical maintenance
blocked for accredited testing
*)
next calibration ordered / currently in progress
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6.1
Shielded semi anechoic chamber
The radiated measurements are performed in vertical and horizontal plane in the frequency range from 9 kHz to
1 GHz in semi-anechoic chambers. The EUT is positioned on a non-conductive support with a height of 0.80 m
above a conductive ground plane that covers the whole chamber. The receiving antennas are conform to
specification ANSI C63.10-2013, American National Standard for Testing Unlicensed Wireless Devices. These
antennas can be moved over the height range between 1.0 m and 4.0 m in order to search for maximum field
strength emitted from EUT. The measurement distances between EUT and receiving antennas are indicated in
the test setups for the various frequency ranges. For each measurement, the EUT is rotated in all three axes until
the maximum field strength is received. The wanted and unwanted emissions are received by spectrum analyzers
where the detector modes and resolution bandwidths over various frequency ranges are set according to
requirement ANSI C63.
FS = UR + CL + AF
(FS-field strength; UR-voltage at the receiver; CL-loss of the cable; AF-antenna factor)
Example calculation:
FS [dBµV/m] = 12.35 [dBµV/m] + 1.90 [dB] + 16.80 [dB/m] = 31.05 [dBµV/m] (35.69 µV/m)
Equipment table:
2719A14505
INV. No
CTC
300000368
Kind of
Last
Next
Calibration Calibration Calibration
ev
HP
2920A04466
300000580
ne
R&S
300003312
08.03.2016
08.03.2017
300003314
Ve
02.02.2016
02.02.2018
ETS-Lindgren
ETS-Lindgren
ETS-Lindgren
100083
A3509 07/0
0205
64762
64672
44583
300003745
300003746
300003747
izw
izw
izw
VULB9163
Schwarzbeck
295
300003787
25.04.2016
25.04.2018
FSU26
R&S
200809
300003874
24.01.2017
24.01.2018
BBHA9120 B
Schwarzbeck
188
300003896
20.05.2015
20.05.2017
No.
Equipment
Type
Manufacturer
Serial No.
Switch-Unit
DC power supply, 60Vdc,
50A, 1200 W
EMI Test Receiver
Analyzer-Reference-System
(Harmonics and Flicker)
Antenna Tower
Positioning Controller
Turntable Interface-Box
TRILOG Broadband TestAntenna 30 MHz - 3 GHz
Spectrum-Analyzer
Double Ridge Broadband
Horn Antenna 1-10 GHz
3488A
HP
6032A
ESCI 3
ARS 16/1
SPS
Model 2175
Model 2090
Model 105637
10
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6.2
Shielded fully anechoic chamber
Measurement distance: horn antenna 3 meter; loop antenna 3 meter / 1 meter
FS = UR + CA + AF
(FS-field strength; UR-voltage at the receiver; CA-loss of the signal path; AF-antenna factor)
Example calculation:
FS [dBµV/m] = 40.0 [dBµV/m] + (-35.8) [dB] + 32.9 [dB/m] = 37.1 [dBµV/m] (71.61 µV/m)
Equipment table:
No.
Equipment
DC power supply, 60Vdc,
50A, 1200 W
Double-Ridged Waveguide
Horn Antenna 1-18.0GHz
Anechoic chamber
Switch / Control Unit
Variable isolating transformer
Active Loop Antenna 10 kHz
to 30 MHz
Amplifier
Band Reject filter
Band Reject filter
10
Highpass Filter
TRILOG Broadband TestAntenna 30 MHz - 3 GHz
4U RF Switch Platform
EMI Test Receiver 9kHz26,5GHz
11
12
13
Type
Manufacturer
Serial No.
INV. No
CTC
Kind of
Last
Next
Calibration Calibration Calibration
6032A
HP
2818A03450
300001040
Ve
20.01.2015
20.01.2018
3115
EMCO
8812-3088
300001032
vlKI!
20.05.2015
20.05.2017
FAC 3/5m
3488A
MPL IEC625 Bus
Variable isolating
transformer
MWB / TDK
HP
87400/02
300000996
300000199
ev
ne
-/-/-
-/-/-
Erfi
91350
300001155
ne
-/-
-/-
6502
EMCO/2
8905-2342
300000256
24.06.2015
24.06.2017
Parzich GMBH
928979
300003143
ne
-/-
-/-
Wainwright
300003350
ev
-/-
-/-
Wainwright
11
300003351
ev
-/-
-/-
Wainwright
18
300003789
ne
-/-
-/-
VULB9163
Schwarzbeck
371
300003854
vlKI!
29.10.2014
29.10.2017
L4491A
Agilent Technologies MY50000037
300004509
ne
-/-
-/-
ESR26
R&S
300005063
01.09.2016
01.09.2017
js42-00502650-285a
WRCG1855/19101835/1925-40/8SS
WRCG2400/24832375/2505-50/10SS
WHKX7.0/18G-8SS
101376
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6.3
Radiated measurements 18 GHz – 50 GHz
Equipment table:
No.
Equipment
Std. Gain Horn Antenna
39.3-59.7 GHz
Std. Gain Horn Antenna 18.0
to 26.5 GHz
Std. Gain Horn Antenna 26.5
to 40.0 GHz
Spectrum Analyzer 20 Hz 50 GHz
Broadband LNA 18-50 GHz
Cable 107
Type
Manufacturer
Serial No.
INV. No
CTC
advanced
Kind of
Last
Next
Calibration Calibration Calibration
2424-20
Flann
75
300001979
ne
638
Narda
300000486
10.09.2015
10.09.2017
V637
Narda
82-16
300000510
14.08.2015
14.08.2017
FSU50
R&S
200012
300003443
Ve
28.10.2016
28.10.2018
CBL18503070PN
SF101, 2m
CERNEX
H&S
25240
3054/1
300004948
-/-
ev
ev
-/-
-/-
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6.4
Radiated measurements > 50 GHz
OP = AV + D - G
(OP-rad. output power; AV-analyzer value; D-free field attenuation of measurement distance; G-antenna gain)
Example calculation:
OP [dBm] = -54.0 [dBm] + 64.0 [dB] - 20.0 [dBi] = -10 [dBm] (100 µW)
Note: conversion loss of mixer is already included in analyzer value.
Equipment table:
No.
Equipment
Std. Gain Horn Antenna
49.9-75.8 GHz
Std. Gain Horn Antenna
73.8-112 GHz
Spectrum Analyzer 20 Hz 50 GHz
Harmonic Mixer 2-Port, 50-75
GHz
Harmonic Mixer 3-Port, 75110 GHz
Type
Manufacturer
Serial No.
INV. No
CTC
advanced
Kind of
Last
Next
Calibration Calibration Calibration
2524-20
Flann
300001983
ne
2724-20
Flann
300001988
ne
FSU50
R&S
200012
300003443
Ve
28.10.2016
28.10.2018
FS-Z75
R&S
100099
300003949
09.03.2016
09.03.2017
FS-Z110
R&S
101411
300004959
09.03.2006
09.03.2017
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Measurement uncertainty
Measurement uncertainty
Test case
Field strength
Occupied bandwidth
TX spurious emissions radiated below 30 MHz
TX spurious emissions radiated 30 MHz to 1 GHz
Spurious emissions radiated 1 GHz to 12.75 GHz
Spurious emissions radiated above 12.75 GHz
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Uncertainty
± 3 dB
± span/1000
± 3 dB
± 3 dB
± 3.7 dB
± 4.5 dB
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Sequence of testing
8.1
Sequence of testing radiated spurious 9 kHz to 30 MHz
Setup
 The equipment is set up to simulate normal operation mode as described in the user manual or defined
by the manufacturer.
 If the EUT is a tabletop system, a 2-axis positioner with 1.5 m height is used.
 If the EUT is a floor standing device, it is placed directly on the turn table.
 Auxiliary equipment and cables are positioned to simulate normal operation conditions as described in
ANSI C 63.4.
 The AC power port of the EUT (if available) is connected to a power outlet below the turntable.
 Measurement distance is 3 m (see ANSI C 63.4) – see test details.
 EUT is set into operation.
Premeasurement
 The turntable rotates from 0° to 315° using 45° steps.
 The antenna height is 1.5 m.
 At each turntable position the analyzer sweeps with positive-peak detector to find the maximum of all
emissions.
Final measurement
 Identified emissions during the premeasurement are maximized by the software by rotating the turntable
from 0° to 360°. In case of the 2-axis positioner is used the elevation axis is also rotated from 0° to 360°.
 The final measurement is done in the position (turntable and elevation) causing the highest emissions
with quasi-peak (as described in ANSI C 63.4).
 Final levels, frequency, measuring time, bandwidth, turntable position, correction factor, margin to the
limit and limit will be recorded. A plot with the graph of the premeasurement and the limit is stored.
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8.2
Sequence of testing radiated spurious 30 MHz to 1 GHz
Setup
 The equipment is set up to simulate normal operation mode as described in the user manual or defined
by the manufacturer.
 If the EUT is a tabletop system, a table with 0.8 m height is used, which is placed on the ground plane.
 If the EUT is a floor standing device, it is placed on the ground plane with insulation between both.
 Auxiliary equipment and cables are positioned to simulate normal operation conditions as described in
ANSI C 63.4.
 The AC power port of the EUT (if available) is connected to a power outlet below the turntable.
 Measurement distance is 10 m or 3 m (see ANSI C 63.4) – see test details.
 EUT is set into operation.
Premeasurement
 The turntable rotates from 0° to 315° using 45° steps.
 The antenna is polarized vertical and horizontal.
 The antenna height changes from 1 m to 3 m.
 At each turntable position, antenna polarization and height the analyzer sweeps three times in peak to
find the maximum of all emissions.
Final measurement
 The final measurement is performed for at least six highest peaks according to the requirements of the
ANSI C63.4.
 Based on antenna and turntable positions at which the peak values are measured the software maximize
the peaks by changing turntable position ± 45° and antenna height between 1 and 4 m.
 The final measurement is done with quasi-peak detector (as described in ANSI C 63.4).
 Final levels, frequency, measuring time, bandwidth, antenna height, antenna polarization, turntable angle,
correction factor, margin to the limit and limit are recorded. A plot with the graph of the premeasurement
with marked maximum final results and the limit is stored.
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8.3
Sequence of testing radiated spurious 1 GHz to 18 GHz
Setup
 The equipment is set up to simulate normal operation mode as described in the user manual or defined
by the manufacturer.
 If the EUT is a tabletop system, a 2-axis positioner with 1.5 m height is used.
 If the EUT is a floor standing device, it is placed directly on the turn table.
 Auxiliary equipment and cables are positioned to simulate normal operation conditions as described in
ANSI C 63.4.
 The AC power port of the EUT (if available) is connected to a power outlet below the turntable.
 Measurement distance is 3 m (see ANSI C 63.4) – see test details.
 EUT is set into operation.
Premeasurement
 The turntable rotates from 0° to 315° using 45° steps.
 The antenna is polarized vertical and horizontal.
 The antenna height is 1.5 m.
 At each turntable position and antenna polarization the analyzer sweeps with positive peak detector to
find the maximum of all emissions.
Final measurement
 The final measurement is performed for at least six highest peaks according to the requirements of the
ANSI C63.4.
 Based on antenna and turntable positions at which the peak values are measured the software maximizes
the peaks by rotating the turntable from 0° to 360°. This measurement is repeated for different EUT-table
positions (0° to 150° in 30°-steps) and for both antenna polarizations.
 The final measurement is done in the position (turntable, EUT-table and antenna polarization) causing
the highest emissions with Peak and RMS detector (as described in ANSI C 63.4).
 Final levels, frequency, measuring time, bandwidth, turntable position, EUT-table position, antenna
polarization, correction factor, margin to the limit and limit are recorded. A plot with the graph of the
premeasurement with marked maximum final results and the limit is stored.
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8.4
Sequence of testing radiated spurious above 18 GHz
Setup
 The equipment is set up to simulate normal operation mode as described in the user manual or defined
by the manufacturer.
 Auxiliary equipment and cables are positioned to simulate normal operation conditions as described in
ANSI C 63.4.
 The AC power port of the EUT (if available) is connected to a power outlet.
 The measurement distance is as appropriate (e.g. 0.5 m).
 The EUT is set into operation.
Premeasurement
 The test antenna is handheld and moved carefully over the EUT to cover the EUT’s whole sphere and
different polarizations of the antenna.
Final measurement
 The final measurement is performed at the position and antenna orientation causing the highest emissions
with Peak and RMS detector (as described in ANSI C 63.4).
 Final levels, frequency, measuring time, bandwidth, correction factor, margin to the limit and limit are
recorded. A plot with the graph of the premeasurement and the limit is stored.
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8.5
Sequence of testing radiated spurious above 50 GHz with external mixers
Setup
 The equipment is set up to simulate normal operation mode as described in the user manual or defined
by the manufacturer.
 Auxiliary equipment and cables are positioned to simulate normal operation conditions as described in
ANSI C 63.4.
 The AC power port of the EUT (if available) is connected to a power outlet.
 The measurement distance is as appropriate for far field (e.g. 0.25 m).
 The EUT is set into operation.
Premeasurement
 The test antenna with external mixer is handheld and moved carefully over the EUT to cover the EUT’s
whole sphere and different polarizations of the antenna.
 Caution is taken to reduce the possible overloading of the external mixer.
Final measurement
 The final measurement is performed at the position and antenna orientation causing the highest emissions
with Peak and RMS detector (as described in ANSI C 63.4).
 As external mixers may generate false images care is taken to ensure that any emission measured by
the spectrum analyzer does indeed originate in the EUT. Signal identification feature of spectrum analyzer
is used to eliminate false mixer images (i.e., it is not the fundamental emission or a harmonic falling
precisely at the measured frequency).
 Final levels, frequency, measuring time, bandwidth, correction factor, margin to the limit and limit are
recorded. A plot with the graph of the premeasurement and the limit is stored.
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Summary of measurement results
☒
No deviations from the technical specifications were ascertained
☐
There were deviations from the technical specifications ascertained
☐
This test report is only a partial test report.
The content and verdict of the performed test cases are listed below.
TC Identifier
RF-Testing
Test
specification
clause
§15.245(b)
RSS-210 F.1
RSS-Gen
Description
47 CFR Part 15
RSS-210, Issue 9, Annex F
Verdict
Date
Remark
Passed
2017-02-07
-/-
Test case
Temperature
conditions
Power
supply
Field strength of
emissions
(wanted signal)
Nominal
Nominal
109.9 dBµV/m
§2.1049
Occupied bandwidth
(99% bandwidth)
Nominal
Nominal
17.8 kHz
§15.209(a)
§15.245
(b)(1)(2)(3)
RSS-210 F.2.1
RSS-Gen
Field strength of
emissions
(spurious & harmonics)
Nominal
Nominal
Complies
Note: NA = Not Applicable; NP = Not Performed
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Pass
Fail
NA
NP
Results
(max.)
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Measurement results
10.1 Field strength of emissions (wanted signal)
Description:
Measurement of the maximum radiated field strength of the wanted signal.
Measurement:
Measurement parameter
Detector:
Pos-Peak
Sweep time:
Resolution bandwidth:
Auto
1 MHz
Video bandwidth:
3 MHz
Span:
Trace-Mode:
See plots
Max Hold
Plot No. 1: Field Strength, Peak detector, Tnom / Vnom
Ref
130
dBµV
130 Offset
* Att
42.4
dB
* RBW
MHz
VBW
MHz
SWT
20
Marker
[T1
109.90
ms
24.163400000
dBµV
GHz
dB
120
1 PK
MAXH
110
LVL
100
90
80
3DB
70
60
50
40
F2
F1
30
Center
24.125
Date: 23.JAN.2017
GHz
15
MHz/
14:25:53
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Span
150
MHz
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Result:
Test condition
Maximum field strength [dBµV/m @ 3 m]
T nom / V nom
109.9
Measurement uncertainty
± 3 dB
Limits:
FCC
IC
CFR Part 15.245(b)
RSS - 210, F.1
Field strength of emissions
The field strength of emissions from intentional radiators operated within these frequency bands shall
comply with the following:
Frequency [ GHz ]
Field Strength [ dBµV/m ]
Measurement distance [ m ]
24.075 – 24.175
128
Verdict: complies
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10.2 Occupied bandwidth (99% bandwidth)
Definition:
The occupied bandwidth is defined as the 99% bandwidth.
Measurement:
The EUT is powered on and set up to transmit its normal signal modulation sequence(s).
A spectrum analyzer with the following settings is used:
The test was performed under normal and extreme test conditions.
Measurement parameter
Detector:
Sweep time:
Pos-Peak
Appropriate
Resolution bandwidth:
1 kHz
Video bandwidth:
Span:
3 kHz
100 kHz
Trace-Mode:
Max-Hold
Plot No. 2: Occupied Bandwidth, Tnom / Vnom
Ref
130
dBµV
130 Offset
42.4
* Att
* RBW
kHz
VBW
kHz
SWT
100
dB
Marker
[T1
109.08
ms
OBW
dB
GHz
17.800000000
kHz
Temp
[T1
OBW]
85.42
120
24.163331800
1 PK *
VIEW
Temp
[T1
dBµV
GHz
OBW]
84.91
110
dBµV
24.163340100
24.163349600
dBµV
GHz
LVL
100
90
T1
T2
80
3DB
70
60
50
40
F2
 F1
30
Center
24.1633392
Date: 23.JAN.2017
GHz
10
kHz/
14:31:20
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Span
100
kHz
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Limits:
24.075 GHz – 24.175 GHz
100 MHz
Results:
Occupied bandwidth (kHz)
Test conditions
99%
Tnom / Vnom
17.8
Measurement uncertainty
± span/1000
Verdict: complies
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10.3 Field strength of emissions (radiated spurious)
Description:
Measurement of the radiated spurious emissions in transmit mode.
Measurement:
Measurement parameter
Sweep time:
F < 1 GHz:
F > 1 GHz:
Auto
Video bandwidth:
Auto
Resolution bandwidth:
F < 1 GHz:
F > 1 GHz:
Frequency range:
30 MHz to 100 GHz
Trace-Mode:
Max-Hold
Detector:
Quasi-Peak
Average
100 kHz
1 MHz
Limits:
FCC
IC
CFR Part 15.209(a)
RSS - GEN
Radiated Spurious Emissions
Emissions radiated outside of the specified frequency bands, except for harmonics, shall be attenuated by at least
50 dB below the level of the fundamental or to the general radiated emission limits in § 15.209,
whichever is the lesser attenuation.
Frequency (MHz)
Field Strength (dBµV/m)
Measurement distance
0.009 – 0.490
2400/F(kHz)
300
0.490 – 1.705
24000/F(kHz)
30
1.705 – 30.0
30
30
30 88
30.0
10
88 – 216
33.5
10
216 – 960
36.0
10
Above 960
54.0
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FCC
IC
CFR Part 15.245(a)
RSS-GEN
Field strength of harmonics
The field strength of harmonics from intentional radiators shall comply with the following:
Frequency
[ GHz ]
Field Strength
[ mV/m // dBµV/m ]
Measurement distance
[m]
24.075 – 24.175
25 // 88
Results:
TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m]
EUT
-/-
Frequency
[MHz]
67.5
QuasiPeak
Level
[dBµV/m]
8.08
166.0
QuasiPeak
30.65
178.0
QuasiPeak
21.02
192.0
QuasiPeak
30.33
200.0
QuasiPeak
27.79
232.4
QuasiPeak
26.17
Detector
Frequency
[GHz]
Detector
Measurement uncertainty
-/Level
[dBµV/m]
Frequency
[GHz]
± 3 dB
Verdict: complies
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Detector
Level
[dBµV/m]
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Plot No. 3: Magnetic, 9 kHz - 30 MHz
Plot No. 4: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, horizontal / vertical polarization
60
55
50
F C C _ 1 0 m_ B
45
Level in dBµV/m
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
30M
50
60
80 100M
200
300
F re q u e n c y in H z
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400 500
8 0 0 1 ,0 5 G
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Plot No. 5: 1 GHz to 7 GHz, (Pos-Peak Trace) horizontal / vertical polarization
Peak Limit
Average Limit
Pos-Peak Trace
Plot No. 6: 7 GHz to 18 GHz, (Pos-Peak Trace) horizontal / vertical polarization
Peak Limit
Average Limit
Pos-Peak Trace
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Plot No. 7: 17.7 GHz to 18 GHz (Pos-Peak/AVG Trace), horizontal / vertical polarization
Peak Limit
Average Limit
Pos-Peak Trace
Average Trace
Plot No. 8: 18 GHz to 26 GHz, horizontal / vertical polarization
Ref
100
dBµV
100 Offset
* Att
-3.8
dB
* RBW
MHz
* VBW
MHz
SWT
50
ms
Marker
[T1
103.54
1 24.166666667
Marker
dB
[T2
GHz
86.06
90
dBµV
24.166666667
dBµV
GHz
1 PK
MAXH
80
LVL
2 AV *
MAXH
D2
74
dBµV
54
dBµV
70
60
D1
50
3DB
40
30
20
10
Start
18
GHz
Date: 6.FEB.2017
800
MHz/
18:30:41
Note: Markers show wanted signal
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Stop
26
GHz
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Plot No. 9: 26 GHz to 40 GHz, horizontal / vertical polarization
Ref
100
dBµV
100 Offset
* Att
-4.6
* RBW
MHz
* VBW
MHz
dB
SWT
85
ms
Marker
[T1
38.66
Marker
dB
33.112179487
[T2
GHz
26.31
33.157051282
90
dBµV
dBµV
GHz
1 PK
MAXH
80
LVL
2 AV *
MAXH
D2
74
dBµV
54
dBµV
70
60
D1
50
3DB
40
30
20
10
Start
26
GHz
Date: 6.FEB.2017
1.4
GHz/
Stop
40
GHz
18:33:06
Plot No. 10: 40 GHz to 50 GHz, horizontal / vertical polarization
Ref
100
dBµV
100 Offset
* Att
0.7
dB
* RBW
MHz
* VBW
MHz
SWT
60
ms
Marker
[T1
63.91
48.333333333
Marker
dB
[T2
46.08
D2
88
74
dBµV
GHz
48.333333333
90
dBµV
dBµV
GHz
dBµV
1 PK
MAXH
80
LVL
2 AV *
MAXH
D1
70
60
54DBUV
50
3DB
40
30
20
10
Start
40
GHz
Date: 6.FEB.2017
GHz/
18:39:18
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Stop
50
GHz
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Plot No. 11: 50 GHz to 75 GHz, horizontal / vertical polarization
Ref
100
dBµV
100 Offset
EXTM IX
8.4
* RBW
MHz
* VBW
MHz
* SWT
Marker
[T1
43.79
Marker
dB
74.650000000
[T2
GHz
32.11
74.975000000
90
dBµV
dBµV
GHz
1 PK
MAXH
80
LVL
2 AV *
MAXH
D2
74
dBµV
54
dBµV
70
60
D1
50
3DB
40
30
20
10
Start
50
GHz
Date: 6.FEB.2017
2.5
GHz/
Stop
75
GHz
18:44:22
Plot No. 12: 75 GHz to 110 GHz, horizontal / vertical polarization
Ref
100
dBµV
100 Offset
EXTM IX
13.7
* RBW
MHz
* VBW
MHz
* SWT
Marker
[T1
49.28
101.040000000
Marker
dB
[T2
GHz
38.25
101.005000000
90
dBµV
dBµV
GHz
1 PK
MAXH
80
LVL
2 AV *
MAXH
D2
74
dBµV
54
dBµV
70
60
D1
50
3DB
40
30
20
10
Start
75
GHz
Date: 6.FEB.2017
3.5
GHz/
18:47:57
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Stop
110
GHz
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Annex A
Document history
Version
Annex B
Applied changes
Date of release
DRAFT
2017-02-07
Editorial changes based due to minor errors
2017-02-07
Further information
Glossary
AVG
DUT
EMC
EN
EUT
ETSI
FCC
FCC ID
HW
IC
Inv. No.
N/A
PP
QP
S/N
SW
PMN
HMN
HVIN
FVIN
OBW
OC
OCW
OOB
Average
Device under test
Electromagnetic Compatibility
European Standard
Equipment under test
European Telecommunications Standard Institute
Federal Communication Commission
Company Identifier at FCC
Hardware
Industry Canada
Inventory number
Not applicable
Positive peak
Quasi peak
Serial number
Software
Product marketing name
Host marketing name
Hardware version identification number
Firmware version identification number
Occupied Bandwidth
Operating Channel
Operating Channel Bandwidth
Out Of Band
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Annex C
Accreditation Certificate
first page
last page
Note:
The current certificate including annex can be received on request.
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