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Report Number: 1708FR38
DFS Test Report
Applicant
: Linctronix Ltd.
Product Type
: Bluetooth IoT Gateway
Trade Name
: LINCTRONIX
Model Number
: LBS-3026
Applicable Standard
: FCC 47 CFR PART 15 SUBPART E
ANSI C63.10:2013
Receive Date
: Feb. 03, 2016
Test Period
: Apr. 18 ~ Apr. 27, 2016
Issue Date
: Sep. 20, 2017
Issue by
A Test Lab Techno Corp.
No. 140-1, Changan Street, Bade District,
Taoyuan City 33465, Taiwan (R.O.C)
Tel:+886-3-2710188 / Fax:+886-3-2710190
Taiwan Accreditation Foundation accreditation number: 1330
Test Firm MRA designation number: TW0010
Note: This report shall not be reproduced except in full, without the written approval of A Test Lab Techno
Corp. This document may be altered or revised by A Test Lab Techno Corp. personnel only, and shall be
noted in the revision section of the document. The client should not use it to claim product endorsement by
TAF, or any government agencies. The test results in the report only apply to the tested sample.
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Revision History
Rev.
Issue Date
00
Sep. 20, 2017
Revisions
Initial Issue
Revised By
Nina Lin
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Ve r if ica t ion of C omplia nc e
Issued Date: Sep. 20, 2017
Applicant
Linctronix Ltd.
Product Type
Bluetooth IoT Gateway
Trade Name
LINCTRONIX
Model Number
LBS-3026
FCC ID
2ALHC-LBS3026
EUT Rated Voltage
DC 5V, 1A
Test Voltage
120 Vac / 60 Hz
Applicable Standard
FCC 47 CFR PART 15 SUBPART E
ANSI C63.10:2013
Test Result
Complied
Performing Lab.
A Test Lab Techno Corp.
No. 140-1, Changan Street, Bade District,
Taoyuan City 33465, Taiwan (R.O.C)
Tel:+886-3-2710188 / Fax:+886-3-2710190
Taiwan Accreditation Foundation accreditation number: 1330
http://www.atl-lab.com.tw/e-index.htm
A Test Lab Techno Corp. tested the above equipment in accordance with the requirements set forth in the above
standards. All indications of Pass/Fail in this report are opinions expressed by A Test Lab Techno Corp. based on
interpretations and/or observations of test results. Measurement Uncertainties were not taken into account and are
published for informational purposes only. The test results show that the equipment tested is capable of
demonstrating compliance with the requirements as documented in this report.
Approved By
(Manager)
:
:
Reviewed By
(Fly Lu)
(Testing Engineer)
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(Eric Ou Yang)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
EUT Description .................................................................................................................. 5
Test Methodology ............................................................................................................... 7
Dynamic Frequency Selection ............................................................................................. 7
3.1. Limits .................................................................................................................................... 7
3.2. Test and Measurement System ........................................................................................... 11
3.3. Test Instruments ................................................................................................................. 12
Test Methodology ............................................................................................................. 13
4.1. Mode of Operation .............................................................................................................. 13
4.2. EUT Exercise Software....................................................................................................... 13
4.3. Test Site Environment ......................................................................................................... 13
Test Results ...................................................................................................................... 14
5.1. Radar Waveforms and Traffic ............................................................................................. 14
5.2. Channel Move Time and Channel Closing Transmission Time ........................................... 17
5.3. Non-Occupancy Period....................................................................................................... 18
5.4. Non-Associated Test ........................................................................................................... 19
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EUT Description
Applicant
Linctronix Ltd.
9F-1, No.66, Chongqing Rd., Banqiao Dist.,New Taipei City 22063, Taiwan
Manufacturer
Linctronix Ltd.
9F-1, No.66, Chongqing Rd., Banqiao Dist.,New Taipei City 22063, Taiwan
Product Type
Bluetooth IoT Gateway
Trade Name
LINCTRONIX
Model Number
LBS-3026
FCC ID
2ALHC-LBS3026
Frequency Band
IEEE 802.11a
Operate Frequency
IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 20 MHz
IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40 MHz
Modulation Type
OFDM
Equipment Type (DFS)
Client without radar detection
Frequency Range
(MHz)
U-NII Band II-A
5260 – 5320
U-NII Band II-C
5500 – 5700
11
U-NII Band II-A
5260 – 5320
U-NII Band II-C
5500 – 5700
11
U-NII Band II-A
5270 – 5310
U-NII Band II-C
5510 – 5670
Type
Max. Gain (dBi)
FPC Antenna
2.5
Antenna information
Antenna Delivery
1TX/1RX
Frequency Stability
Specification
± 20 ppm
Operate Temp. Range
-10~ 55 ℃
Number of
Channels
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Items
Description
Communication Mode
■IP Based (Load Based)
□Frame Based
TPC Function
□With TPC
■Without TPC
Weather Band (5600 ~ 5650 MHz)
■With 5600 ~ 5650 MHz
□Without 5600 ~ 5650 MHz
Beamforming Function
□With Beamforming
■Without Beamforming
□Outdoor access point
Equipment Type
□Indoor access point
□Fixed point-to-point access points
■Client devices
□Master
□Client with radar detection
Operating mode
■Client without radar detection
□Ad-Hoc
□Bridge
□MESH
Test AP FCC ID
PY315100319
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Test Methodology
The tests documented in this report were performed in accordance with ANSI C63.10-2013, FCC CFR
47 Part 2, FCC CFR 47 Part 15.
The tests documented in this report were performed in accordance with FCC KDB request:

FCC KDB 905462 D02 UNII DFS Compliance Procedures New Rules v02

FCC KDB 905462 D03 UNII Clients Without Radar Detection New Rules v01r02
Dynamic Frequency Selection
3.1.
Limits
§15.407 (h) and FCC KDB 905462 D02 UNII DFS Compliance Procedures New Rules v02 Compliance
measurement procedures for unlicensed-national information infrastructure devcies operating in the
5250-5350 MHZ and 5470-5725 MHZ bands incorporating dynamic frequency selection.
Table 1: Applicability of DFS Requirements Prior to Use of a Channel
Operational Mode
Non-Occupancy Period
Yes
Client
(without radar
detection )
Not required
DFS Detection Threshold
Yes
Not required
Yes
Channel Availability Check Time
Yes
Not required
Not required
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
Yes
Not required
Yes
Requirement
Master
Client
(with radar detection)
Yes
Table 2: Applicability of DFS requirements during normal operation
Operational Mode
Requirement
DFS Detection Threshold
Master Device or Client
With Radar Detection
Yes
Client without Radar Detection
Not required
Channel Closing Transmission Time
Yes
Yes
Channel Move Time
Yes
Yes
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
Yes
Not required
Master Device or Client
With Radar Detection
Client without Radar Detection
All BW modes must be tested
Not required
Test using widest BW mode
available
Test using the widest BW mode
available for the link
Any single BW mode
Not required
Additional requirements for devices with
multiple bandwidth modes
U-NII Detection Bandwidth and
Statistical Performance Check
Channel Move Time and Channel
Closing Transmission Time
All other tests
Note : Frequencies selected for statistical performance check (Section 7.8.4) should include several frequencies
within the radar detection bandwidth and frequencies near the edge of the radar detection bandwidth. For
802.11 devices it is suggested to select frequencies in all 20 MHz channel blocks and a null frequencies
between the bonded 20 MHz channel blocks
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Table 3: DFS Detection Thresholds for Master Devices and Client Devices With Radar Detection
Maximum Transmit Power
Value (See Notes 1,2 and 3)
EIRP ≥ 200 milliwatt
-64 dBm
EIRP < 200 milliwatt and
-62 dBm
Power spectral density < 10 dBm/MHz
EIRP < 200 milliwatt that do not meet the power spectral
-64 dBm
density requirement
Note 1: This is the level at the input of the receiver assuming a 0 dBi receive antenna.
Note 2: Throughout these test procedures an additional 1 dB has been added to the amplitude of the test
transmission waveforms to account for variations in measurement equipment. This will ensure that the
test signal is at or above the detection threshold level to trigger a DFS response.
Note 3: EIRP is based on the highest antenna gain. For MIMO devices refer to FCC KDB Publication 662911
D01.
Table 4: DFS Response Requirement Values
Parameter
Value
Non-occupancy period
Minimum 30 minutes
Channel Availability Check Time
60 seconds
10 seconds
See Note 1.
200 milliseconds + an aggregate of 60 milliseconds over
Channel Closing Transmission Time
remaining 10 second period.
See Notes 1 and 2.
Minimum 100% of the U-NII 99% transmission power
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
bandwidth. See Note 3.
Note 1: Channel Move Time and the Channel Closing Transmission Time should be performed with Radar Type
0. The measurement timing begins at the end of the Radar Type 0 burst.
Note 2: The Channel Closing Transmission Time is comprised of 200 milliseconds starting at the beginning of the
Channel Move Time plus any additional intermittent control signals required to facilitate a Channel move
(an aggregate of 60 milliseconds) during the remainder of the 10 second period. The aggregate duration
of control signals will not count quiet periods in between transmissions.
Note 3: During the U-NII Detection Bandwidth detection test, radar type 0 should be used. For each frequency
step the minimum percentage of detection is 90 percent. Measurements are performed with no data
traffic.
Channel Move Time
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Table 5: Short Pulse Radar Test Waveforms
Radar Type
Pulse Width
(μsec)
PRI
(μsec)
Number of
Pulses
Minimum
Percentage of
Successful
Detection
Minimum
Number of
Trials
1428
18
See Note 1
See Note 1
Test A: 15 unique
PRI values randomly
selected from the list
of 23 PRI values in
Table 5a
Test B: 15 unique
PRI values randomly
selected within the
range of 518-3066
μsec, with a
minimum increment
of 1 μsec, excluding
PRI values selected
in Test A
60%
30
1-5
150-230
23-29
60%
30
6-10
200-500
16-18
60%
30
11-20
200-500
12-16
60%
30
80%
120
Aggregate (Radar Types 1-4)
Note 1: Short Pulse Radar Type 0 should be used for the detection bandwidth test, channel move time, and
channel closing time tests.
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Table 5a: Pulse Repetition Intervals Values for Test A
Pulse Repetition Frequency
Number
Pulse Repetition Frequency
(Pulses Per Second)
Pulse Repetition Interval
(Microseconds)
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
1930.5
1858.7
1792.1
1730.1
1672.2
1618.1
1567.4
1519.8
1474.9
1432.7
1392.8
1355
1319.3
1285.3
1253.1
1222.5
1193.3
1165.6
1139
1113.6
1089.3
1066.1
326.2
518
538
558
578
598
618
638
658
678
698
718
738
758
778
798
818
838
858
878
898
918
938
3066
Radar
Waveform
Radar
Waveform
Bursts
8-20
Pulse
Width
(µsec)
Table 6 – Long Pulse Radar Test Signal
Pulse
Chirp
Minimum Percentage
Width
Width
PRI (µsec)
of Successful
(µsec)
(MHz)
Detection
50-100
5-20
1000-2000
80%
Minimum
Trials
Table 7 – Frequency Hopping Radar Test Signal
Burst
Pulses
Hopping
Minimum Percentage
PRI
Length
per
Rate
of Successful
(µsec)
(ms)
Hop
(kHz)
Detection
333
300
0.333
70%
Minimum
Trials
Pulses
per
Burst
1-3
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30
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3.2.
Test and Measurement System
3.2.1.
Setup for Client with injection at the Master
Example Radiated Setup where UUT is a Client and Radar Test Waveforms are injected into the Master
3.2.2.
System Calibration
The short pulse types 0,1,2, 3 and 4, and the long pulse type 5 parameters are randomized at run-time.
The hopping type 6 pulse parameters are fixed while the hopping sequence is based on the May 2014
NTIA Hopping Frequency List. The initial starting point randomized at run-time and each subsequent
starting point is incremented by 475. Each frequency in the 100-length segment is compared to the
boundaries of the EUT Detection Bandwidth and the software creates a hopping burst pattern in
accordance with Section 7.4.1.3 Method #2 Simulated Frequency Hopping Radar Waveform Generating
Subsystem of FCC KDB 905462 D02 UNII DFS Compliance Procedures New Rules v02 The
frequency of the signal generator is incremented in 1 MHz steps from FL to FH for each successive trial.
This incremental sequence is repeated as required to generate a minimum of 30 total trials and to
maintain a uniform frequency distribution over the entire Detection Bandwidth.
The signal monitoring equipment consists of a spectrum analyzer. The aggregate ON time is calculated
by multiplying the number of bins above a threshold during a particular observation period by the dwell
time per bin, with the analyzer set to peak detection and max hold.
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3.2.3.
System Calibration
The Interference Radar Detection Threshold Level is (-64dBm), The above equipment setup was used
to calibrate the radiated Radar Waveform. A vector signal generator was utilized to establish the test
signal level for each radar type. During this process there were replace 50ohm terminal form Master and
Client device and no transmissions by either the Master or Client Device. The spectrum analyzer was
switched to the zero span (Time Domain) at the frequency of the Radar Waveform generator. Peak
detection was used.The spectrum analyzer resolution bandwidth (RBW) and video bandwidth (VBW)
were set to at least 3 MHz.
The vector signal generator amplitude was set so that the power level measured at the spectrum
analyzer was (-64dBm). Capture the spectrum analyzer plots on short pulse radar types, long pulse
radar type and hopping radar waveform.
3.2.4.
Adjustment of Displayed Traffic Level
A link is established between the Master and Slave and the distance between the units is adjusted as
needed to provide a suitable received level at the Master and Slave devices. Software to ping the client
is permitted to simulate data transfer but must have random ping intervals. The monitoring antenna is
adjusted so that the WLAN traffic level, as displayed on the spectrum analyzer, is at lower amplitude
than the radar detection threshold.
3.3.
Test Instruments
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model Number
Serial Number
Cal. Date
Remark
EXA Spectrum Amalyzer
Agilent
N9010A
MY48030518
10/26/2015
1 year
Signal Generator
Agilent
N5182B
MY53050382
05/29/2015
1 year
3117
00128055
08/27/2015
1 year
Double-Ridged Waveguide
ETS-Lindgren
Horm
Double Ridged Horn
Antenna
ETS
3117
00152321
08/14/2015
1 year
DFS Cable
ATL
DFS
009
10/12/2015
1 year
Microwave Cable
EMCI
EMC104-SM-SM-1
0000
150401
12/28/2015
1 year
Test Site
ATL
TE02
TE02
N.C.R.
-----
Note N.C.R. = No Calibration Request.
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Test Methodology
4.1.
Mode of Operation
Decision of Test ATL has verified the construction and function in typical operation. All the test modes
were carried out with the EUT in normal operation, which was shown in this test report and defined as:
Test Mode
Mode 1: IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40MHz Continuous TX mode
IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40MHz Continuous TX mode
Unless otherwise noted, all tests were performed with the radar burst at the channel center frequency of 5550 MHz.
Tested System Details
The types for all equipments, plus descriptions of all cables used in the tested system (including inserted cards) are:
Product
1.
4.2.
4.3.
Netgear Access Point
Manufacturer
Model No.
ID
Netgear
R7800
FCC:PY35100319
EUT Exercise Software
1.
Setup the EUT shown on 3.2.1
2.
Turn on the power of all equipment.
3.
Turn on Wi-Fi function link to Notebook.
4.
The EUT is operated in the engineering mode to fix the TX frequency for the purposes of measurement.
Test Site Environment
Items
Required (IEC 60068-1)
Actual
Temperature (C)
15-35
26
Humidity (%RH)
25-75
60
860-1060
950
Barometric pressure (mbar)
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Test Results
5.1.
Radar Waveforms and Traffic
Mode 1: IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40MHz Continuous TX mode _ 5550MHz
Short Pulse Radar
Type 1
Short Pulse Radar
Type 2
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Mode 1: IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40MHz Continuous TX mode _ 5550MHz
Short Pulse Radar
Type 3
Short Pulse Radar
Type 4
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Mode 1: IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40MHz Continuous TX mode _ 5550MHz
Short Pulse Radar
Type 5
Short Pulse Radar
Type 6
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5.2.
Channel Move Time and Channel Closing Transmission Time
5.2.1.
Reporting Notes
The reference marker is set at the end of last radar pulse.
The delta marker is set at the end of the last WLAN transmission following the radar pulse.
This delta is the channel move time.
The aggregate channel closing transmission time is calculated as follows:
Aggregate Transmission Time = (Number of analyzer bins showing transmission) * (dwell time per bin)
The Channel Closing Transmission Time is comprised of 200 milliseconds starting at the beginning of
the Channel Move Time plus any additional intermittent control signals required to facilitate a Channel
move (an aggregate of 60 milliseconds) during the remainder of the 10 second period. The aggregate
duration of control signals will not count quiet periods in between transmissions.
Results
Frequency
(MHz)
Radar Type
Channel Move Time
(sec)
Limit
(sec)
5550
Type 0
0.5030
10
Frequency
(MHz)
Radar Type
Aggregate Channel Closing Transmission Time
(msec)
Limit
(msec)
5550
Type 0
2.0000
60
Mode 1: IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40MHz Continuous TX mode _ 5550MHz
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5.3.
Non-Occupancy Period
Mode 1: IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40MHz Continuous TX mode _ 5550MHz
Note: Non-Occupancy Period time is 30 minute during which a Channel will not be utilized after a Radar Waveform
is detected on that Channel.
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5.4.
Non-Associated Test
Mode 1: IEEE 802.11n 5GHz 40MHz Continuous TX mode _ 5550MHz
Note: The non-associated Client Beacon Test is during the 30 minutes observation time. The EUT should not make
any transmissions in the DFS band after EUT power up.
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