K536 Smart Phone RF Exposure Info SAR Test Report Epik One America Corporation

Epik One America Corporation Smart Phone

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SAR EVALUATION REPORT
For
Epik One America Corporation
170 Ocean Lane Dr. #705, Key Biscayne, FL 33149, United States
FCC ID: 2AO6ZK536
Report Type:
Product Type:
Original Report
Smart Phone
Report Number:
Report Date:
RSZ181116001-SA
2018-12-07
Terry XiaHou
Reviewed By:
SAR Engineer
Prepared By:
Bay Area Compliance Laboratories Corp. (Shenzhen)
6/F., West Wing, Third Phase of Wanli Industrial
Building, Shihua Road, Futian Free Trade Zone,
Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
Tel: +86-755-33320018
Fax: +86-755-33320008
www.baclcorp.com.cn
Note: This report must not be used by the customer to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by A2LA* or any agency
of the Federal Government. * This report may contain data that are not covered by the A2LA accreditation and are marked with an
asterisk “*”.
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Attestation of Test Results
EUT Description
EUT
Information
Tested Model
K536
Multiple Model
K535
FCC ID
2AO6ZK536
Serial Number
18111600101
Test Date
MODE
Smart Phone
2018/11/20
Max. SAR Level(s) Reported(W/kg)
Limit (W/kg)
1g Head SAR
0.26
1g Body SAR
0.46
1g Head SAR
0.26
PCS 1900
1g Body SAR
0.37
1g Head SAR
0.39
WCDMA Band 2
1g Body SAR
0.59
1. 6
1g Head SAR
0.20
WCDMA Band 5
1g Body SAR
0.35
1g Head SAR
0.78
Simultaneous
1g Body SAR
0.79
1g Body SAR
0.79(Hotspot)
FCC 47 CFR part 2.1093
Radiofrequency radiation exposure evaluation: portable devices
IEEE1528:2013
IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Average Specific Absorption
Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques
IEC 62209-2:2010
Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless
Applicable
communication devices-Human models, instrumentation, and procedures-Part 2: Procedure to
Standards
determine the specific absorption rate (SAR) for wireless communication devices used in
close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz)
KDB procedures
KDB 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06
KDB 648474 D04 Handset SAR v01r03
KDB 865664 D01 SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz v01r04
KDB 865664 D02 RF Exposure Reporting v01r02
KDB 941225 D01 3G SAR Procedures v03r01
KDB 941225 D06 Hotspot Mode v02r01
Note: This wireless device has been shown to be capable of compliance for localized specific absorption rate (SAR) for
General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure limits specified in FCC 47 CFR part 2.1093 and has been tested in
accordance with the measurement procedures specified in IEEE 1528-2013 and RF exposure KDB procedures.
The results and statements contained in this report pertain only to the device(s) evaluated.
GSM 850
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY......................................................................................................................... 4
EUT DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................................... 5
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ......................................................................................................................................... 5
REFERENCE, STANDARDS, AND GUIDELINES ................................................................................................. 6
SAR LIMITS ................................................................................................................................................................ 7
FACILITIES ................................................................................................................................................................. 8
DESCRIPTION OF TEST SYSTEM.......................................................................................................................... 9
EQUIPMENT LIST AND CALIBRATION............................................................................................................. 15
EQUIPMENTS LIST & CALIBRATION INFORMATION ................................................................................................... 15
SAR MEASUREMENT SYSTEM VERIFICATION ............................................................................................. 16
LIQUID VERIFICATION ............................................................................................................................................... 16
SYSTEM ACCURACY VERIFICATION .......................................................................................................................... 18
SAR SYSTEM VALIDATION DATA .................................................................................................................... 19
EUT TEST STRATEGY AND METHODOLOGY................................................................................................. 23
TEST POSITIONS FOR DEVICE OPERATING NEXT TO A PERSON’S EAR ....................................................................... 23
CHEEK/TOUCH POSITION .......................................................................................................................................... 24
EAR/TILT POSITION ................................................................................................................................................... 24
TEST POSITIONS FOR BODY-WORN AND OTHER CONFIGURATIONS ............................................................................. 25
TEST DISTANCE FOR SAR EVALUATION ................................................................................................................... 25
SAR EVALUATION PROCEDURE ................................................................................................................................ 26
CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER MEASUREMENT .......................................................................................... 27
PROVISION APPLICABLE ............................................................................................................................................ 27
TEST PROCEDURE...................................................................................................................................................... 27
RADIO CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................................................................ 27
MAXIMUM TARGET OUTPUT POWER ......................................................................................................................... 30
TEST RESULTS:.......................................................................................................................................................... 30
STANDALONE SAR TEST EXCLUSION CONSIDERATIONS ......................................................................... 34
ANTENNA DISTANCE TO EDGE.................................................................................................................................. 34
SAR TEST EXCLUSION FOR THE EUT EDGE CONSIDERATIONS RESULT...................................................................... 35
SAR MEASUREMENT RESULTS .......................................................................................................................... 36
SAR TEST DATA ....................................................................................................................................................... 36
SAR MEASUREMENT VARIABILITY.................................................................................................................. 41
SAR SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION DESCRIPTION ................................................................................. 42
SAR PLOTS ................................................................................................................................................................ 44
APPENDIX A MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY .............................................................................................. 45
APPENDIX B EUT TEST POSITION PHOTOS .................................................................................................... 47
APPENDIX C PROBE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES ................................................................................... 48
APPENDIX D DIPOLE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES ................................................................................. 49
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DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY
Revision Number
Report Number
Description of Revision
Date of Revision
1.0
RSZ181116001-SA
Original Report
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EUT DESCRIPTION
This report has been prepared on behalf of Epik One America Corporation and their product Smart Phone
Model: K536, FCC ID: 2AO6ZK536 or the EUT (Equipment under Test) as referred to in the rest of this
report.
Notes: This series product models: K535 and K536 are electrically identical, the difference among them is only model
number due to marketing purpose, model K536 was selected for fully testing, the detailed information can be referred to
the declaration letter which was stated and guaranteed by the applicant.
*All measurement and test data in this report was gathered from production sample serial number: 18111600101
(Assigned by BACL, Shenzhen). The EUT supplied by the applicant was received on 2018-11-16.
Technical Specification
Device Type:
Exposure Category:
Antenna Type(s):
DTM Type:
Multi-slot Class:
Proximity sensor for SAR reduction:
Body-Worn Accessories:
Face-Head Accessories:
Operation Mode :
Frequency Band:
Conducted RF Power:
Power Source:
Normal Operation:
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Portable
Population / Uncontrolled
Internal Antenna
Class B
GPRS(Class 12)
None
Headset
None
GSM Voice, GPRS Data, WCDMA( R99 (Voice+Data), HSDPA,
HSUPA), WLAN, Bluetooth
GSM 850: 824-849 MHz(TX); 869-894 MHz(RX)
PCS 1900: 1850-1910 MHz(TX); 1930-1990 MHz(RX)
WCDMA Band 2: 1850-1910 MHz(TX); 1930-1990 MHz(RX)
WCDMA Band 5: 824-849 MHz(TX); 869-894 MHz(RX)
WLAN: 2412 -2472 MHz
Bluetooth : 2402 MHz-2480 MHz
GSM 850 : 31.35 dBm
PCS 1900: 28.22dBm
WCDMA Band 2: 22.46 dBm
WCDMA Band 5: 22.33 dBm
WLAN: 9.65 dBm
Bluetooth(BDR/EDR): 2.85 dBm
BLE: 3.55 dBm
3.8V DC Rechargeable Battery
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REFERENCE, STANDARDS, AND GUIDELINES
FCC:
The Report and Order requires routine SAR evaluation prior to equipment authorization of portable
transmitter devices, including portable telephones. For consumer products, the applicable limit is 1.6 mW/g as
recommended by the ANSI/IEEE standard C95.1-1992 [6] for an uncontrolled environment (Paragraph 65).
According to the Supplement C of OET Bulletin 65 “Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guide-lines for
Human Exposure to Radio frequency Electromagnetic Fields", released on Jun 29, 2001 by the FCC, the
device should be evaluated at maximum output power (radiated from the antenna) under “worst-case”
conditions for normal or intended use, incorporating normal antenna operating positions, device peak
performance frequencies and positions for maximum RF energy coupling.
This report describes the methodology and results of experiments performed on wireless data terminal. The
objective was to determine if there is RF radiation and if radiation is found, what is the extent of radiation
with respect to safety limits. SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) is the measure of RF exposure determined by
the amount of RF energy absorbed by human body (or its parts) – to determine how the RF energy couples to
the body or head which is a primary health concern for body worn devices. The limit below which the
exposure to RF is considered safe by regulatory bodies in North America is 1.6 mW/g average over 1 gram of
tissue mass.
CE:
The order requires routine SAR evaluation prior to equipment authorization of portable transmitter devices,
including portable telephones. For consumer products, the applicable limit is 2 mW/g as recommended by
EN62209-1 for an uncontrolled environment. According to the Standard, the device should be evaluated at
maximum output power (radiated from the antenna) under “worst-case” conditions for normal or intended use,
incorporating normal antenna operating positions, device peak performance frequencies and positions for
maximum RF energy coupling.
This report describes the methodology and results of experiments performed on wireless data terminal. The
objective was to determine if there is RF radiation and if radiation is found, what is the extent of radiation
with respect to safety limits. SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) is the measure of RF exposure determined by
the amount of RF energy absorbed by human body (or its parts) – to determine how the RF energy couples to
the body or head which is a primary health concern for body worn devices. The limit below which the
exposure to RF is considered safe by regulatory bodies in Europe is 2 mW/g average over 10 gram of tissue
mass.
The test configurations were laid out on a specially designed test fixture to ensure the reproducibility of
measurements. Each configuration was scanned for SAR. Analysis of each scan was carried out to
characterize the above effects in the device.
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SAR Limits
FCC Limit
SAR (W/kg)
(General Population /
Uncontrolled Exposure
Environment)
(Occupational /
Controlled Exposure
Environment)
Spatial Average
(averaged over the whole body)
0.08
0.4
Spatial Peak
(averaged over any 1 g of tissue)
1.60
8.0
Spatial Peak
(hands/wrists/feet/ankles
averaged over 10 g)
4.0
20.0
EXPOSURE LIMITS
CE Limit
SAR (W/kg)
EXPOSURE LIMITS
Spatial Average
(averaged over the whole body)
Spatial Peak
(averaged over any 10 g of
tissue)
Spatial Peak
(hands/wrists/feet/ankles
averaged over 10 g)
(General Population /
Uncontrolled Exposure
Environment)
(Occupational /
Controlled Exposure
Environment)
0.08
0.4
2.0
10
4.0
20.0
Population/Uncontrolled Environments are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individual who
have no knowledge or control of their exposure.
Occupational/Controlled Environments are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred
by people who are aware of the potential for exposure (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation).
General Population/Uncontrolled environments Spatial Peak limit 1.6W/kg (FCC) & 2 W/kg (CE) applied to
the EUT.
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FACILITIES
The Test site used by Bay Area Compliance Laboratories Corp. (Shenzhen) to collect test data is located on
the 6/F., West Wing, Third Phase of Wanli Industrial Building, Shihua Road, Futian Free Trade Zone,
Shenzhen, Guangdong, China.
The test site has been approved by the FCC under the KDB 974614 D01 and is listed in the FCC Public
Access Link (PAL) database, FCC Registration No.: 342867, the FCC Designation No.: CN1221.
The test site has been registered with ISED Canada under ISED Canada Registration Number 3062B.
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DESCRIPTION OF TEST SYSTEM
These measurements were performed with the automated near-field scanning system DASY6 from Schmid &
Partner Engineering AG (SPEAG) which is the Fifth generation of the system shown in the figure hereinafter:
DASY6 System Description
The DASY6 system for performing compliance tests consists of the following items:
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A standard high precision 6-axis robot (Staubli TX=RX family) with controller, teach pendant and
software. An arm extension for accommodating the data acquisition electronics (DAE).
An isotropic field probe optimized and calibrated for the targeted measurement.
A data acquisition electronics (DAE) which performs the signal application, signal multiplexing,
AD-conversion, offset measurements, mechanical surface detection, collision detection, etc. The unit is
battery powered with standard or rechargeable batteries. The signal is optically transmitted to the EOC.
The Electro-optical converter (EOC) performs the conversion from optical to electrical signals for the
digital communication to the DAE. To use optical surface detection, a special version of the EOC is
required. The EOC signal is transmitted to the measurement server.
The function of the measurement server is to perform the time critical tasks such as signal filtering,
control of the robot operation and fast movement interrupts.
The Light Beam used is for probe alignment. This improves the (absolute) accuracy of the probe
positioning.
A computer running Win7 professional operating system and the DASY52 software.
Remote control and teach pendant as well as additional circuitry for robot safety such as warning lamps,
etc.
The phantom, the device holder and other accessories according to the targeted measurement.
DASY6 Measurement Server
The DASY6 measurement server is based on a PC/104 CPU board with a
400 MHz Intel ULV Celeron, 128 MB chip-disk and 128 MB RAM. The
necessary circuits for communication with the DAE4 (or DAE3)
electronics box, as well as the 16-bit AD converter system for optical
detection and digital I/O interface are contained on the DASY6 I/O board,
which is directly connected to the PC/104 bus of the CPU board.
The measurement server performs all real-time data evaluations of field
measurements and surface detection, controls robot movements, and handles safety operations. The PC
operating system cannot interfere with these time-critical processes. All connections are supervised by a
watchdog, and disconnection of any of the cables to the measurement server will automatically disarm the
robot and disable all program- controlled robot movements. Furthermore, the measurement server is equipped
with an expansion port, which is reserved for future applications. Please note that this expansion port does not
have a standardized pinout, and therefore only devices provided by SPEAG can be connected. Connection of
devices from any other supplier could seriously damage the measurement server.
Data Acquisition Electronics
The data acquisition electronics (DAE4) consist of a highly sensitive electrometer-grade preamplifier with
auto-zeroing, a channel and gain-switching multiplexer, a fast 16 bit AD-converter and a command decoder
with a control logic unit. Transmission to the measurement server is accomplished through an optical
downlink for data and status information, as well as an optical uplink for commands and the clock.
The mechanical probe mounting device includes two different sensor systems for frontal and sideways probe
contacts. They are used for mechanical surface detection and probe collision detection.
The input impedance of both the DAE4 as well as of the DAE3 box is 200MOhm; the inputs are symmetrical
and floating. Common mode rejection is above 80 dB.
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EX3DV4 E-Field Probes
Frequency
10 MHz to > 6 GHz
Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (30 MHz to 6 GHz)
Directivity
± 0.3 dB in TSL (rotation around probe axis)
± 0.5 dB in TSL (rotation normal to probe axis)
Dynamic
Range
10 µW/g to > 100 mW/g
Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (noise: typically < 1 µW/g)
Dimensions
Overall length: 337 mm (Tip: 20 mm)
Tip diameter: 2.5 mm (Body: 12 mm)
Typical distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 1 mm
Application
High precision dosimetric measurements in any exposure scenario
(e.g., very strong gradient fields); the only probe that enables
compliance testing for frequencies up to 6 GHz with precision of
better 30%.
Compatibility
DASY3, DASY4, DASY52 SAR and higher, EASY4/MRI
SAM Twin Phantom
The SAM Twin Phantom (shown in front of DASY6) is a fiberglass shell
phantom with shell thickness 2 mm, except in the ear region where the
thickness is increased to 6 mm. The phantom has three measurement areas:
1) Left Head, 2) Right Head, and 3) Flat Section. For larger devices, the
use of the ELI-Phantom (shown behind DASY6) is required. For devices
such as glasses with a wireless link, the Face Down Phantom is the most
suitable (between the SAM Twin and ELI phantoms).
When the phantom is mounted inside allocated slot of the DASY6
platform, phantom reference points can be taught directly in the DASY5
V5.2 software. When the DASY6 platform is used to mount the
Phantom, some of the phantom teaching points cannot be reached by the
robot in DASY5 V5.2. A special tool called P1a-P2aX-Former is provided
to transform two of the three points, P1 and P2, to reachable locations. To
use these new teaching points, a revised phantom configuration file is
required.
In addition to our standard broadband liquids, the phantom can be used
with the following tissue simulating liquids:
Sugar-water-based liquids can be left permanently in the phantom. Always cover the liquid when the system is
not in use to prevent changes in liquid parameters due to water evaporation.
DGBE-based liquids should be used with care. As DGBE is a softener for most plastics, the liquid should be
taken out of the phantom, and the phantom should be dried when the system is not in use (desirable at least
once a week).
Do not use other organic solvents without previously testing the solvent resistivity of the phantom.
Approximately 25 liters of liquid is required to fill the SAM Twin phantom.
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ELI Phantom
The ELI phantom is intended for compliance testing of handheld and
body-mounted wireless devices in the frequency range of 30MHz to 6
GHz. ELI is fully compatible with the latest draft of the standard IEC
62209-2 and the use of all known tissue simulating liquids. ELI has been
optimized for performance and can be integrated into a SPEAG standard
phantom table. A cover is provided to prevent evaporation of water and
changes in liquid parameters. Reference markings on the phantom allow
installation of the complete setup, including all predefined phantom
positions and measurement grids, by teaching three points.
The phantom can be used with the following tissue simulating liquids:
 Sugar-water-based liquids can be left permanently in the phantom.
Always cover the liquid when the system is not in use to prevent
changes in liquid parameters due to water evaporation.
 DGBE-based liquids should be used with care. As DGBE is a
softener for most plastics, the liquid should be taken out of the phantom, and the phantom should be dried
when the system is not in use (desirable at least once a week).
 Do not use other organic solvents without previously testing the solvent resistivity of the phantom.
Approximately 25 liters of liquid is required to _fill the ELI phantom.
Robots
The DASY6 system uses the high-precision industrial robots TX60L, TX90XL, and RX160L from Staubli
SA (France). The TX robot family - the successor of the well-known RX robot family - continues to
offer the features important for DASY6 applications:
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High reliability (industrial design)
Low maintenance costs (virtually maintenance free due to direct drive gears; no belt drives)
Jerk-free straight movements (brushless synchrony motors; no stepper motors)
Low ELF interference (motor control fields shielded via the closed metallic construction shields)
The robots are controlled by the Staubli CS8c robot controllers. All information regarding the use and
maintenance of the robot arm and the robot controller is provided
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Calibration Frequency Points for EX3DV4 E-Field Probes SN: 3820 Calibrated: 2018/06/26
Calibration Frequency
Point(MHz)
750 Head
750 Body
835 Head
835 Body
900 Head
900 Body
1450 Head
1450 Body
1640 Head
1640 Body
1750 Head
1750 Body
1810 Head
1810 Body
1900 Head
1900 Body
2000 Head
2000 Body
2450 Head
2450 Body
2600 Head
2600 Body
3500 Head
3500 Body
5200 Head
5200 Body
5300 Head
5300 Body
5500 Head
5500 Body
5600 Head
5600 Body
5800 Head
5800 Body
Frequency Range(MHz)
Conversion Factor
From
To
650
650
810
810
860
860
1350
1350
1540
1540
1700
1700
1790
1790
1850
1850
1920
1920
2350
2350
2500
2500
3400
3400
5090
5090
5250
5250
5400
5400
5550
5550
5700
5700
810
810
860
860
1000
1000
1540
1540
1700
1700
1790
1790
1850
1850
1920
1920
2100
2100
2500
2500
2700
2700
3600
3600
5250
5250
5400
5400
5550
5550
5700
5700
5910
5910
9.72
9.60
9.40
9.32
9.22
9.28
8.31
7.92
7.78
8.03
7.80
7.55
7.58
7.42
7.57
7.36
7.55
7.31
6.79
6.84
6.61
6.75
6.66
6.62
4.82
4.40
4.60
4.23
4.61
3.99
4.50
3.84
4.53
3.94
9.72
9.60
9.40
9.32
9.22
9.28
8.31
7.92
7.78
8.03
7.80
7.55
7.58
7.42
7.57
7.36
7.55
7.31
6.79
6.84
6.61
6.75
6.66
6.62
4.82
4.40
4.60
4.23
4.61
3.99
4.50
3.84
4.53
3.94
9.72
9.60
9.40
9.32
9.22
9.28
8.31
7.92
7.78
8.03
7.80
7.55
7.58
7.42
7.57
7.36
7.55
7.31
6.79
6.84
6.61
6.75
6.66
6.62
4.82
4.40
4.60
4.23
4.61
3.99
4.50
3.84
4.53
3.94
Area Scans
Area scans are defined prior to the measurement process being executed with a user defined variable spacing
between each measurement point (integral) allowing low uncertainty measurements to be conducted. Scans
defined for FCC applications utilize a 15mm 2 step integral, with 1.5mm interpolation used to locate the peak
SAR area used for zoom scan assessments.
Where the system identifies multiple SAR peaks (which are within 25% of peak value) the system will
provide the user with the option of assessing each peak location individually for zoom scan averaging.
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Zoom Scan (Cube Scan Averaging)
The averaging zoom scan volume utilized in the DASY5 software is in the shape of a cube and the side
dimension of a 1 g or 10 g mass is dependent on the density of the liquid representing the simulated tissue. A
density of 1000 kg/m3 is used to represent the head and body tissue density and not the phantom liquid density,
in order to be consistent with the definition of the liquid dielectric properties, i.e. the side length of the 1g
cube is 10mm,with the side length of the 10g cube is 21.5mm.
When the cube intersects with the surface of the phantom, it is oriented so that 3 vertices touch the surface of
the shell or the center of a face is tangent to the surface. The face of the cube closest to the surface is modified
in order to conform to the tangent surface.
The zoom scan integer steps can be user defined so as to reduce uncertainty, but normal practice for typical
test applications (including FCC) utilize a physical step of 7 x7 x 7 (5mmx5mmx5mm) providing a volume of
30 mm in the X & Y & Z axis.
Tissue Dielectric Parameters for Head and Body Phantoms
The head tissue dielectric parameters recommended by the IEEE SCC-34/SC-2 in P1528 have been
incorporated in the following table. These head parameters are derived from planar layer models simulating
the highest expected SAR for the dielectric properties and tissue thickness variations in a human head. Other
head and body tissue parameters that have not been specified in P1528 are derived from the tissue dielectric
parameters computed from the 4-Cole-Cole equations described in Reference [12] and extrapolated according
to the head parameters specified in P1528.
Recommended Tissue Dielectric Parameters for Head and Body
Head Tissue
Body Tissue
Frequency
(MHz)
εr
Ơ (S/m)
εr
Ơ (S/m)
150
52.3
0.76
61.9
0.80
300
45.3
0.87
58.2
0.92
450
43.5
0.87
56.7
0.94
835
41.5
0.90
55.2
0.97
900
41.5
0.97
55.0
1.05
915
41.5
0.98
55.0
1.06
1450
40.5
1.20
54.0
1.30
1610
40.3
1.29
53.8
1.40
1800-2000
40.0
1.40
53.3
1.52
2450
39.2
1.80
52.7
1.95
3000
38.5
2.40
52.0
2.73
5800
35.3
5.27
48.2
6.00
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EQUIPMENT LIST AND CALIBRATION
Equipments List & Calibration Information
Equipment
Model
S/N
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Due Date
DASY5 Test Software
DASY52 52.10.2
N/A
NCR
NCR
DASY6 Measurement Server
DASY6 6.0.31
N/A
NCR
NCR
Data Acquisition Electronics
DAE4
913
2018/05/11
2019/05/11
E-Field Probe
EX3DV4
3820
2018/06/26
2019/06/26
Mounting Device
MD4HHTV5
SD 000 H01 KA
NCR
NCR
SAM Twin Phantom
SAM-Twin V8.0
1962
NCR
NCR
ELI Phantom
ELI V8.0
2092
NCR
NCR
Dipole, 835MHz
D835V2
445
2016/10/26
2019/10/26
Dipole,1900MHz
ALS-D-1900-S-2
210-00710
2017/09/20
2020/09/20
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
HBBL600-10000V6
180622-2
Each Time
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
MBBL600-6000V6
180611-1
Each Time
Network Analyzer
8753D
3410A08288
2018/04/25
2019/04/25
Dielectric Assessment Kit
DAK-3.5
1248
NCR
NCR
Anritsu Signal Generator
68369B
4114
2017/12/24
2018/12/24
Power Meter
E4419B
GB39511341
2018/06/23
2019/06/23
Power Amplifier
5S1G4
71377
NCR
NCR
Directional Coupler
4242-10
3307
NCR
NCR
Attenuator
3dB
5402
NCR
NCR
Attenuator
R&S, universal Radio
Communication Tester
Wireless communication tester
10dB
AU 3842
NCR
NCR
CMU200
115500
2018/06/23
2019/06/23
8960
MY50266471
2018/04/25
2019/04/25
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SAR MEASUREMENT SYSTEM VERIFICATION
Liquid Verification
Liquid Verification Setup Block Diagram
Liquid Verification Results
Frequency
(MHz)
Liquid Type
Liquid
Parameter
εr
824.2
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
41.552
826.4
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
41.764
835
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
41.643
836.6
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
41.334
846.6
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
41.62
848.8
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
41.568
*Liquid Verification above was performed on 2018/11/20.
Frequency
(MHz)
Liquid Type
Liquid
Parameter
εr
824.2
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
55.287
826.4
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
55.414
835
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
55.040
836.6
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
55.004
846.6
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
55.394
848.8
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
55.134
*Liquid Verification above was performed on 2018/11/20.
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Ơ
(S/m)
0.893
0.903
0.908
0.895
0.903
0.907
Ơ
(S/m)
0.970
0.974
0.969
0.971
0.987
0.983
Delta
(%)
Target Value
εr
41.56
41.55
41.5
41.5
41.5
41.5
Ơ
(S/m)
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.91
0.91
Δεr
ΔƠ
0.070
0.082
0.284
-0.523
-0.202
-0.542
-0.889
0.778
-0.889
-0.667
0.330
0.330
Delta
(%)
Target Value
εr
55.24
55.22
55.2
55.2
55.18
55.16
Ơ
(S/m)
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.97
0.99
0.99
Δεr
ΔƠ
0.085
0.351
-0.290
-0.355
0.388
-0.047
0.000
0.412
-0.103
0.103
-0.303
-0.707
Tolerance
(%)
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
Tolerance
(%)
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
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Frequency
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Parameter
εr
1850.2
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
39.858
1852.4
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
39.817
1880
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
39.926
1900
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
39.766
1907.6
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
40.132
1909.8
Simulated Tissue Liquid Head
39.774
*Liquid Verification above was performed on 2018/11/20.
Frequency
(MHz)
Liquid Type
Liquid
Parameter
εr
1850.2
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
53.482
1852.4
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
53.272
1880
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
53.119
1900
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
53.195
1907.6
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
53.234
1909.8
Simulated Tissue Liquid Body
53.082
*Liquid Verification above was performed on 2018/11/20.
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Ơ
(S/m)
1.404
1.407
1.397
1.394
1.4
1.403
Ơ
(S/m)
1.514
1.526
1.512
1.526
1.521
1.513
Delta
(%)
Target Value
εr
40
40
40
40
40
40
Ơ
(S/m)
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
Δεr
ΔƠ
-0.355
-0.458
-0.185
-0.585
0.330
-0.565
0.286
0.500
-0.214
-0.429
0.000
0.214
Delta
(%)
Target Value
εr
53.3
53.3
53.3
53.3
53.3
53.3
Ơ
(S/m)
1.52
1.52
1.52
1.52
1.52
1.52
Δεr
ΔƠ
0.341
-0.053
-0.340
-0.197
-0.124
-0.409
-0.395
0.395
-0.526
0.395
0.066
-0.461
Tolerance
(%)
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
Tolerance
(%)
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
±5
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System Accuracy Verification
Prior to the assessment, the system validation kit was used to test whether the system was operating within its
specifications of ±10%. The validation results are tabulated below. And also the corresponding SAR plot is
attached as well in the SAR plots files.
The spacing distances in the System Verification Setup Block Diagram is given by the following:
a)
s = 15 mm ± 0,2 mm for 300 MHz ≤ f ≤ 1 000 MHz;
b) s = 10 mm ± 0,2 mm for 1 000 MHz < f ≤ 3 000 MHz;
c)
s = 10 mm ± 0,2 mm for 3 000 MHz < f ≤ 6 000 MHz.
System Verification Setup Block Diagram
System Accuracy Check Results
Date
2018/11/20
2018/11/20
2018/11/20
2018/11/20
Frequency
Band
(MHz)
835
835
1900
1900
Liquid
Type
Head
Body
Head
Body
Input
Power
(mW)
100
100
100
100
Measured
SAR
(W/kg)
1g 0.927
1g 0.962
1g 4.218
1g 4.230
Normalized
to 1W
(W/kg)
9.27
9.62
42.18
42.30
Target
Value
(W/Kg)
9.46
9.60
42.14
42.11
Delta
(%)
Tolerance
(%)
-2.040
0.219
0.102
0.449
±10
±10
±10
±10
*The SAR values above are normalized to 1 Watt forward power.
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SAR SYSTEM VALIDATION DATA
System Performance 835 MHz Head
DUT: Dipole 835MHz; Type: D835V2; Serial: 445
Communication System: CW; Frequency: 835 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used: f = 835 MHz; σ = 0.908 S/m; εr = 41.643; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY5 Configuration:

Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3820; ConvF(9.4, 9.4, 9.4) @ 835 MHz; Calibrated: 6/26/2018

Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)

Electronics: DAE4 Sn913; Calibrated: 5/11/2018

Phantom: SAM-Twin V8.0 P1aP2a; Type: QD 000 P41 AA ; Serial: 1962

DASY52 52.10.2(1495); SEMCAD X 14.6.12(7450)
Head 835MHz Pin=100mW/Area Scan (101x141x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 0.965 W/kg
Head 835MHz Pin=100mW/Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 33.37V/m; Power Drift = -0.025 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 1.35 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 0.927W/kg; SAR(10 g) = 0.585 W/kg
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 0.964 W/kg
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System Performance 835 MHz Body
DUT: Dipole 835MHz; Type: D835V2; Serial: 445
Communication System: CW; Frequency: 835 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used: f = 835 MHz; σ = 0.969S/m; εr = 55.040 ; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY5 Configuration:

Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3820; ConvF(9.32, 9.32, 9.32) @ 835 MHz; Calibrated: 6/26/2018

Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)

Electronics: DAE4 Sn913; Calibrated: 5/11/2018

Phantom: ELI V8.0 P1aP2a; Type: QD OVA 004 AA; Serial: 2092

DASY52 52.10.2(1495); SEMCAD X 14.6.12(7450)
Body 835MHz Pin=100mW/Area Scan (101x141x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 1.16 W/kg
Body 835MHz Pin=100mW/Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 32.66 V/m; Power Drift = 0.188 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 1.30W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 0.962 W/kg; SAR(10 g) = 0.613 W/kg
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 1.062 W/kg
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System Performance 1900 MHz Head
DUT: Dipole 1900MHz; Type: ALS-D-1900-S-2; Serial: 210-00710
Communication System: CW; Frequency: 1900 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used: f = 1900 MHz; σ = 1.394 S/m; εr = 39.766; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY5 Configuration:

Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3820; ConvF(7.57, 7.57, 7.57) @ 1900 MHz; Calibrated: 6/26/2018

Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)

Electronics: DAE4 Sn913; Calibrated: 5/11/2018

Phantom: SAM-Twin V8.0 P1aP2a; Type: QD 000 P41 AA ; Serial: 1962

DASY52 52.10.2(1495); SEMCAD X 14.6.12(7450)
Head 1900MHz Pin=100mW/Area Scan (81x121x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 4.73 W/kg
Head 1900MHz Pin=100mW/Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 58.20 V/m; Power Drift = -0.04dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 7.74W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 4.218 W/kg; SAR(10 g) = 2.12 W/kg
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 4.430 W/kg
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System Performance 1900 MHz Body
DUT: Dipole 1900MHz; Type: ALS-D-1900-S-2; Serial: 210-00710
Communication System: CW; Frequency: 1900 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used: f = 1900 MHz; σ = 1.526 S/m; εr = 53.159; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY5 Configuration:

Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3820; ConvF(7.36, 7.36, 7.36) @ 1900 MHz; Calibrated: 6/26/2018

Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)

Electronics: DAE4 Sn913; Calibrated: 5/11/2018

Phantom: ELI V8.0 P1aP2a; Type: QD OVA 004 AA; Serial: 2092

DASY52 52.10.2(1495); SEMCAD X 14.6.12(7450)
Body 1900MHz Pin=100mW/Area Scan (81x121x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 4.76W/kg
Body 1900MHz Pin=100mW/Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 58.33V/m; Power Drift = -0.035 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 7.86W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 4.23 W/kg; SAR(10 g) = 2.26 W/kg
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 4.76W/kg
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EUT TEST STRATEGY AND METHODOLOGY
Test Positions for Device Operating Next to a Person’s Ear
This category includes most wireless handsets with fixed, retractable or internal antennas located toward the
top half of the device, with or without a foldout, sliding or similar keypad cover. The handset should have its
earpiece located within the upper ¼ of the device, either along the centerline or off-centered, as perceived by
its users. This type of handset should be positioned in a normal operating position with the “test device
reference point” located along the “vertical centerline” on the front of the device aligned to the “ear reference
point”. The “test device reference point” should be located at the same level as the center of the earpiece
region. The “vertical centerline” should bisect the front surface of the handset at its top and bottom edges.
A “ear reference point” is located on the outer surface of the head phantom on each ear spacer. It is located
1.5 cm above the center of the ear canal entrance in the “phantom reference plane” defined by the three lines
joining the center of each “ear reference point” (left and right) and the tip of the mouth.
A handset should be initially positioned with the earpiece region pressed against the ear spacer of a head
phantom. For the SCC-34/SC-2 head phantom, the device should be positioned parallel to the “N-F” line
defined along the base of the ear spacer that contains the “ear reference point”. For interim head phantoms,
the device should be positioned parallel to the cheek for maximum RF energy coupling. The “test device
reference point” is aligned to the “ear reference point” on the head phantom and the “vertical centerline” is
aligned to the “phantom reference plane”. This is called the “initial ear position”. While maintaining these
three alignments, the body of the handset is gradually adjusted to each of the following positions for
evaluating SAR:
LE ER
15
mm
EE
ERP - ear reference
i t- entrance to ear
EEP
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Cheek/Touch Position
The device is brought toward the mouth of the head phantom by pivoting against the “ear reference point” or
along the “N-F” line for the SCC-34/SC-2 head phantom.
This test position is established:
When any point on the display, keypad or mouthpiece portions of the handset is in contact
with the phantom.
(or) When any portion of a foldout, sliding or similar keypad cover opened to its intended
self-adjusting normal use position is in contact with the cheek or mouth of the phantom.
For existing head phantoms – when the handset loses contact with the phantom at the pivoting point,
rotation should continue until the device touches the cheek of the phantom or breaks its last contact from
the ear spacer.
Cheek /Touch Position
Ear/Tilt Position
With the handset aligned in the “Cheek/Touch Position”:
1) If the earpiece of the handset is not in full contact with the phantom’s ear spacer (in the “Cheek/Touch
position”) and the peak SAR location for the “Cheek/Touch” position is located at the ear spacer region or
corresponds to the earpiece region of the handset, the device should be returned to the “initial ear position” by
rotating it away from the mouth until the earpiece is in full contact with the ear spacer.
2) (otherwise) The handset should be moved (translated) away from the cheek perpendicular to the line
passes through both “ear reference points” (note: one of these ear reference points may not physically exist on
a split head model) for approximate 2-3 cm. While it is in this position, the device handset is tilted away from
the mouth with respect to the “test device reference point” until the inside angle between the vertical
centerline on the front surface of the phone and the horizontal line passing through the ear reference point is
by 15 80°. After the tilt, it is then moved (translated) back toward the head perpendicular to the line passes
through both “ear reference points” until the device touches the phantom or the ear spacer. If the antenna
touches the head first, the positioning process should be repeated with a tilt angle less than 15° so that the
device and its antenna would touch the phantom simultaneously. This test position may require a device
holder or positioner to achieve the translation and tilting with acceptable positioning repeatability.
If a device is also designed to transmit with its keypad cover closed for operating in the head position, such
positions should also be considered in the SAR evaluation. The device should be tested on the left and right
side of the head phantom in the “Cheek/Touch” and “Ear/Tilt” positions. When applicable, each configuration
should be tested with the antenna in its fully extended and fully retracted positions. These test configurations
should be tested at the high, middle and low frequency channels of each operating mode; for example, AMPS,
CDMA, and TDMA. If the SAR measured at the middle channel for each test configuration (left, right,
Cheek/Touch, Tilt/Ear, extended and retracted) is at least 2.0 dB lower than the SAR limit, testing at the high
and low channels is optional for such test configuration(s). If the transmission band of the test device is less
than 10 MHz, testing at the high and low frequency channels is optional.
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Ear /Tilt 15o Position
Test positions for body-worn and other configurations
Body-worn operating configurations should be tested with the belt-clips and holsters attached to the device
and positioned against a flat phantom in normal use configurations. Devices with a headset output should be
tested with a headset connected to the device. When multiple accessories that do not contain metallic
components are supplied with the device, the device may be tested with only the accessory that dictates the
closest spacing to the body. When multiple accessories that contain metallic components are supplied with the
device, the device must be tested with each accessory that contains a unique metallic component. If multiple
accessories share an identical metallic component (e.g., the same metallic belt-clip used with different holsters
with no other metallic components), only the accessory that dictates the closest spacing to the body must be
tested.
Body-worn accessories may not always be supplied or available as options for some devices that are intended
to be authorized for body-worn use. A separation distance of 1.5 cm between the back of the device and a flat
phantom is recommended for testing body-worn SAR compliance under such circumstances. Other separation
distances may be used, but they should not exceed 2.5 cm. In these cases, the device may use body-worn
accessories that provide a separation distance greater than that tested for the device provided however that the
accessory contains no metallic components.
Test Distance for SAR Evaluation
For this case the EUT(Equipment Under Test) is set 10mm away from the phantom, the test distance is 10mm.
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SAR Evaluation Procedure
The evaluation was performed with the following procedure:
Step 1: Measurement of the SAR value at a fixed location above the ear point or central position was
used as a reference value for assessing the power drop. The SAR at this point is measured at the start of
the test and then again at the end of the testing.
Step 2: The SAR distribution at the exposed side of the head was measured at a distance of 4 mm
from the inner surface of the shell. The area covered the entire dimension of the head or radiating
structures of the EUT, the horizontal grid spacing was 15 mm x 15 mm, and the SAR distribution was
determined by integrated grid of 1.5mm x 1.5mm. Based on these data, the area of the maximum
absorption was determined by spline interpolation. The first Area Scan covers the entire dimension of the
EUT to ensure that the hotspot was correctly identified.
Step 3: Around this point, a volume of 30 mm x 30 mm x 30 mm was assessed by measuring 7x 7 x 7
points. On the basis of this data set, the spatial peak SAR value was evaluated under the following
procedure:
1) The data at the surface were extrapolated, since the center of the dipoles is 1.2 mm away
from the tip of the probe and the distance between the surface and the lowest measuring point is 1.3
mm. The extrapolation was based on a least square algorithm. A polynomial of the fourth order was
calculated through the points in z-axes. This polynomial was then used to evaluate the points
between the surface and the probe tip.
2) The maximum interpolated value was searched with a straightforward algorithm. Around this
maximum the SAR values averaged over the spatial volumes (1 g or 10 g) were computed by the
3D-Spline interpolation algorithm. The 3D-Spline is composed of three one dimensional splines
with the “Not a knot"-condition (in x, y and z-directions). The volume was integrated with the
trapezoidal-algorithm. One thousand points (10 x 10 x 10) were interpolated to calculate the
averages.
All neighboring volumes were evaluated until no neighboring volume with a higher average
value was found.
Step 4: Re-measurement of the SAR value at the same location as in Step 1. If the value changed by
more than 5%, the evaluation was repeated.
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CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER MEASUREMENT
Provision Applicable
The measured peak output power should be greater and within 5% than EMI measurement.
Test Procedure
The RF output of the transmitter was connected to the input of the EMI Test Receiver through Connector.
EUT
Connector
EMI Test
Receiver
Wireless Communication Test Set
(R&S CMU200 / Agilent 8960)
GSM
Radio Configuration
The power measurement was configured by the Wireless Communication Test Set.
GSM/GPRS
Function: Menu select > GSM Mobile Station > GSM 850/1900
Press Connection control to choose the different menus
Press RESET > choose all the reset all settings
Connection Press Signal Off to turn off the signal and change settings
Network Support > GSM + GPRS or GSM + EGSM
Main Service > Packet Data
Service selection > Test Mode A – Auto Slot Config. off
MS Signal Press Slot Config Bottom on the right twice to select and change the number of time slots and
power setting
> Slot configuration > Uplink/Gamma
> 33 dBm for GPRS 850
> 30 dBm for GPRS 1900
BS Signal Enter the same channel number for TCH channel (test channel) and BCCH channel
Frequency Offset > + 0 Hz
Mode > BCCH and TCH
BCCH Level > -85 dBm (May need to adjust if link is not stabe)
BCCH Channel > choose desire test channel [Enter the same channel number for TCH channel (test channel)
and BCCH channel]
Channel Type > Off
P0 > 4 dB
Slot Config >Unchanged (if already set under MS signal)
TCH > choose desired test channel
Hopping > Off
Main Timeslot > 3
Network Coding Scheme > CS4 (GPRS)
Bit Stream >2E9-1 PSR Bit Stream
AF/RF Enter appropriate offsets for Ext. Att. Output and Ext. Att. Input
Connection Press Signal on to turn on the signal and change settings
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WCDMA Release 99
The following tests were conducted according to the test requirements outlines in section 5.2 of the 3GPP
TS34.121-1 specification. The EUT has a nominal maximum output power of 24dBm (+1.7/-3.7).
WCDMA
General Settings
Loopback Mode
Test Mode 1
Rel99 RMC
12.2kbps RMC
Power Control
Algorithm
Algorithm2
βc/βd
8/15
HSDPA
The following tests were conducted according to the test requirements outlines in section 5.2 of the 3GPP
TS34.121-1 specification.
WCDMA
General
Settings
HSDPA
Specific
Settings
Mode
Subset
Loopback Mode
Rel99 RMC
HSDPA FRC
Power Control
Algorithm
βc
βd
βd(SF)
βc/βd
βhs
MPR(dB)
DACK
DNAK
DCQI
Ack-Nack repetition
factor
CQI Feedback
CQI Repetition Factor
Ahs=βhs/ βc
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HSDPA
HSDPA
Test Mode 1
12.2kbps RMC
H-Set1
HSDPA
Algorithm2
2/15
15/15
12/15
15/15
2/15
4/15
12/15
24/15
15/15
8/15
64
15/8
30/15
0.5
15/15
4/15
15/4
30/15
0.5
4ms
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HSUPA
The following tests were conducted according to the test requirements outlines in section 5.2 of the 3GPP
TS34.121-1 specification.
WCDMA
General
Settings
HSDPA
Specific
Settings
Mode
Subset
Loopback Mode
Rel99 RMC
HSDPA FRC
HSUPA Test
Power Control
Algorithm
βc
βd
βec
βc/ βd
βhs
CM(dB)
MPR(dB)
DACK
DNAK
DCQI
Ack-Nack
repetition factor
CQI Feedback
CQI Repetition
Factor
Ahs=βhs/ βc
DE-DPCCH
DHARQ
AG Index
ETFCI
Associated Max
UL Data Rate kbps
HSUPA
Specific
Settings
Reference E_FCls
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HSUPA
HSUPA
HSUPA
HSUPA
Test Mode 1
12.2kbps RMC
H-Set1
HSUPA Loopback
HSUPA
Algorithm2
11/15
15/15
209/225
11/15
22/15
1.0
6/15
15/15
12/15
6/15
12/15
3.0
15/15
9/15
30/15
15/9
30/15
2.0
2/15
15/15
2/15
2/15
4/15
3.0
15/15
5/15
5/15
1.0
17
71
21
81
205.8
308.9
4ms
20
75
12
67
30/15
15
92
242.1
174.9
482.8
E-TFCI 11 E
E-TFCI PO 4
E-TFCI 67
E-TFCI PO 18
E-TFCI 71
E-TFCI PO23
E-TFCI 75
E-TFCI PO26
E-TFCI 81
E-TFCI PO 27
E-TFCI
11
E-TFCI
PO4
E-TFCI
92
E-TFCI
PO 18
E-TFCI 11 E
E-TFCI PO 4
E-TFCI 67
E-TFCI PO 18
E-TFCI 71
E-TFCI PO23
E-TFCI 75
E-TFCI PO26
E-TFCI 81
E-TFCI PO 27
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Maximum Target Output Power
Max Target Power(dBm)
Mode/Band
Channel
Low
Middle
High
31.4
31.4
30.7
28.8
27.6
28.4
28.0
27.5
26.8
25.8
22.5
21.5
21.5
22.6
21.7
21.6
9.7
3.3
3.6
31.4
31.4
30.7
28.8
27.6
28.4
28.0
27.5
26.8
25.8
22.5
21.5
21.5
22.6
21.7
21.6
9.7
3.3
3.6
31.4
31.4
30.7
28.8
27.6
28.4
28.0
27.5
26.8
25.8
22.5
21.5
21.5
22.6
21.7
21.6
9.7
3.3
3.6
GSM 850
GPRS 1 TX Slot
GPRS 2 TX Slot
GPRS 3 TX Slot
GPRS 4 TX Slot
PCS 1900
GPRS 1 TX Slot
GPRS 2 TX Slot
GPRS 3 TX Slot
GPRS 4 TX Slot
WCDMA Band 2
HSDPA
HSUPA
WCDMA Band 5
HSDPA
HSUPA
WLAN
Bluetooth BDR/EDR
Bluetooth BLE
Test Results:
GSM:
Band
GSM 850
PCS 1900
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Frequency
RF Output Power
(MHz)
(dBm)
128
824.2
31.16
190
836.6
31.35
251
848.8
31.38
512
1850.2
28.32
661
1880
28.22
810
1909.8
28.28
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GPRS:
Band
GSM 850
PCS 1900
RF Output Power (dBm)
Channel
No.
Frequency
(MHz)
1 slot
2 slots
3 slots
4 slots
128
824.2
31.12
30.45
28.6
27.36
190
836.6
31.22
30.5
28.6
27.4
251
848.8
31.28
30.55
28.74
27.56
512
1850.2
28.03
27.54
26.59
25.38
661
1880
27.87
27.48
26.69
25.58
810
1909.8
27.8
27.24
26.75
25.73
For SAR, the time based average power is relevant, the difference in between depends on the duty cycle of the
TDMA signal.
Number of Time slot
Duty Cycle
Time based Ave. power compared to
slotted Ave. power
Crest Factor
1:8
1:4
1:2.66
1:2
-9 dB
-6 dB
-4.25 dB
-3 dB
2.66
The time based average power for GPRS
Band
GSM 850
PCS 1900
Note:
Time based average Power (dBm)
Channel
No.
Frequency
(MHz)
1 slot
2 slot
3 slots
4 slots
128
824.2
22.12
24.45
24.35
24.36
190
836.6
22.22
24.50
24.35
24.40
251
848.8
22.28
24.55
24.49
24.56
512
1850.2
19.03
21.54
22.34
22.38
661
1880
18.87
21.48
22.44
22.58
810
1909.8
18.80
21.24
22.50
22.73
1. Rohde & Schwarz Radio Communication Tester (CMU200) was used for the measurement of GSM peak and
average output power for active timeslots.
2 .For GSM voice, 1 timeslot has been activated with power level 5 (850 MHz band) and 0 (1900 MHz band).
3 .For GPRS, 1, 2, 3 and 4 timeslots has been activated separately with power level 3(850 MHz band) and 3(1900
MHz band).
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Results (12.2kbps RMC)
WCDMA Band 2:
Averaged Mean Power
3GPP
Test Mode
(dBm)
Sub
Low
Mid
High
Frequency
Frequency
Frequency
22.21
22.46
22.13
21.25
21.45
21.35
20.37
20.38
20.38
20.44
20.40
20.59
20.38
20.31
20.32
21.27
21.40
21.29
20.33
20.36
20.32
20.56
20.27
20.49
20.30
20.34
20.34
20.43
20.43
20.42
Test
RMC12.2k
Test
Condition
HSDPA
HSUPA
WCDMA Band 5:
Test
Mode
Condition
HSDPA
HSUPA
(dBm)
Sub
Test
High
Low Frequency
Mid Frequency
22.52
22.33
21.95
21.60
21.27
21.08
21.70
21.92
21.32
21.80
22.10
21.40
21.74
22.00
21.38
21.55
21.24
20.98
21.76
21.93
21.23
21.86
22.04
21.46
21.63
21.89
21.22
21.89
22.12
21.44
RMC12.2k
Test
Averaged Mean Power
3GPP
Frequency
Note:
1. The default test configuration is to measure SAR with an established radio link between the EUT and a communication
test set using a 12.2 kbps RMC (reference measurement Channel) Configured in Test Loop Model 1.
2. KDB 941225 D01-Body SAR is not required for HSDPA/HSUPA when the maximum average output of each RF
channel is less than ¼ dB higher than measured 12.2kbps RMC or the maximum SAR for 12.2kbps RMC is < 75% of
SAR limit.
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WLAN 2.4G:
Mode
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n HT20
802.11n HT40
Channel
frequency (MHz)
2412
2437
2472
2412
2437
2472
2412
2437
2472
2422
2437
2462
Data Rate
1Mbps
6Mbps
MCS0
MCS0
RF Output
Power(dBm)
8.87
8.99
9.29
9.30
9.41
9.65
8.91
8.93
8.72
8.77
9.12
9.06
Bluetooth:
Mode
BDR(GFSK)
EDR(π/4-DQPSK)
EDR(8-DPSK)
Bluetooth LE
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Channel frequency
(MHz)
2402
2441
2480
2402
2441
2480
2402
2441
2480
2402
2440
2480
RF Output Power
(dBm)
3.29
3.06
2.38
2.85
2.75
2.04
2.95
2.84
2.11
3.55
3.49
2.66
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Standalone SAR test exclusion considerations
Antennas Location:
WLAN/BT
Antenna
Top
55mm
Right
122mm
Left
128mm
32mm
GSM/WCDMA
Antenna
Bottom
Antenna Distance To Edge
Antenna Distance To Edge(mm)
Antenna
Back
Left
Right
Top
Bottom
WWAN(GSM/WCDMA)
WLAN/BT Antenna
<5
<5
32
<5
<5
55
122
<5
<5
128
Standalone SAR test exclusion considerations
Mode
Frequency
(MHz)
Pavg
(dBm)
Pavg
(mW)
Distance
(mm)
Calculated
value
Threshold
(1-g)
SAR Test
Exclusion
WLAN
2472
9.7
9.33
2.9
YES
Bluetooth
2480
3.6
2.29
0.7
YES
NOTE:
The 1-g and 10-g SAR test exclusion thresholds for 100 MHz to 6 GHz at test separation distances ≤ 50 mm are
determined by:
[( max. power of channel, including tune-up tolerance, mW )/( min. test separation distance, mm)] ·
[√f(GHz)] ≤ 3.0 for 1-g SAR and ≤7.5 for 10-g extremity SAR, where
1. f(GHz) is the RF channel transmit frequency in GHz.
2. Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation.
3. The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison.
4. When the minimum test separation distance is < 5 mm, a distance of 5 mm is applied to determine SAR test Exclusion.
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Standalone SAR estimation:
Mode
Frequency
(MHz)
Pavg (dBm)
Pavg
(mW)
Distance
(mm)
Estimated 1-g
(W/kg)
WLAN Head
2472
9.7
9.33
0.39
WLAN Body
2472
9.7
9.33
10
0.20
BT Head
2480
3.6
2.29
0.10
BT Body
2480
3.6
2.29
10
0.05
When standalone SAR test exclusion applies to an antenna that transmits simultaneously with other antennas,
the standalone SAR must be estimated according to following to determine simultaneous transmission SAR
test exclusion:
[( max. power of channel, including tune-up tolerance , mW)/( min. test separation distance,mm)] ·
[√f(GHz)/x ]
W/kg for test separation distances ≤50 mm;
where x = 7.5 for 1-g SAR.
When the minimum test separation distance is < 5 mm, a distance of 5 mm is applied to determine SAR test
Exclusion.
SAR test exclusion for the EUT edge considerations Result
Exclusion Result
Mode
Back
Left
Right
Top
Bottom
BT
WLAN
WWAN(GSM/WCDMA)
Exclusion*
Exclusion*
Required
Exclusion*
Exclusion*
Exclusion*
Exclusion*
Exclusion*
Required
Exclusion*
Exclusion*
Exclusion
Exclusion*
Exclusion*
Required
Note:
Required:The distance to Edge is less than 25mm, testing is required.
Exclusion*:SAR test exclusion evaluation has been done above.
Exclusion:The distance to Edge is more than 25 mm, testing is not required.
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SAR MEASUREMENT RESULTS
This page summarizes the results of the performed dosimetric evaluation.
SAR Test Data
Environmental Conditions
Temperature:
Relative Humidity:
20.9-21.7 ℃
51 
ATM Pressure:
101.2 kPa
Test Date:
2018/11/20
Testing was performed by Huan Li, Sandy Zhang.
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GSM 850:
EUT
Position
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Worn Back
(10mm)
Body Back
(10mm)
Body Right
(10mm)
Body Bottom
(10mm)
Note:
Max.
Rated
Power
(dBm)
Scaled
Factor
Meas.
SAR
Scaled
SAR
Plot
GSM
Max.
Meas.
Power
(dBm)
836.6
GSM
31.35
31.4
1.012
0.234
0.24
1#
848.8
GSM
824.2
GSM
836.6
GSM
31.35
31.4
1.012
0.136
0.14
2#
848.8
GSM
824.2
GSM
836.6
GSM
31.35
31.4
1.012
0.255
0.26
3#
848.8
GSM
824.2
GSM
836.6
GSM
31.35
31.4
1.012
0.144
0.15
4#
848.8
GSM
824.2
GSM
836.6
GSM
31.35
31.4
1.012
0.373
0.38
5#
848.8
GSM
824.2
GPRS
836.6
GPRS
27.4
27.6
1.047
0.435
0.46
6#
848.8
GPRS
824.2
GPRS
836.6
GPRS
27.4
27.6
1.047
0.218
0.23
7#
848.8
GPRS
824.2
GPRS
836.6
GPRS
27.4
27.6
1.047
0.158
0.17
8#
848.8
GPRS
Frequency
(MHz)
Test
Mode
824.2
1g SAR (W/kg)
1. When the 1-g SAR is ≤ 0.8W/kg, testing for other channels are optional.
2. The EUT transmit and receive through the same GSM antenna while testing SAR.
3. When SAR or MPE is not measured at the maximum power level allowed for production units, the results must
be scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance limit according to the power applied to the individual channels tested
to determine compliance.
4. When the maximum output power variation across the required test channels is > ½ dB, instead of the middle
channel, the highest output power channel must be used.
5. The Multi-slot Classes of EUT is Class 12 which has maximum 4 Downlink slots and 4 Uplink slots, the
maximum active slots is 5, when perform the multiple slots scan, 1DL+4UL is the worst case.
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GSM 1900:
EUT
Position
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Worn Back
(10mm)
Body Back
(10mm)
Body Right
(10mm)
Body Bottom
(10mm)
Note:
Max.
Rated
Power
(dBm)
Scaled
Factor
Meas.
SAR
Scaled
SAR
Plot
GSM
Max.
Meas.
Power
(dBm)
1880
GSM
28.22
28.4
1.042
0.179
0.19
9#
1909.8
GSM
1850.2
GSM
1880
GSM
28.22
28.4
1.042
0.065
0.07
10#
1909.8
GSM
1850.2
GSM
1880
GSM
28.22
28.4
1.042
0.254
0.26
11#
1909.8
GSM
1850.2
GSM
1880
GSM
28.22
28.4
1.042
0.071
0.07
12#
1909.8
GSM
1850.2
GSM
1880
GSM
28.22
28.4
1.042
0.304
0.32
13#
1909.8
GSM
1850.2
GPRS
1880
GPRS
25.58
25.8
1.052
0.353
0.37
14#
1909.8
GPRS
1850.2
GPRS
1880
GPRS
25.58
25.8
1.052
0.245
0.26
15#
1909.8
GPRS
1850.2
GPRS
1880
GPRS
25.58
25.8
1.052
0.154
0.16
16#
1909.8
GPRS
Frequency
(MHz)
Test
Mode
1850.2
1g SAR (W/kg)
1. When the 1-g SAR is ≤ 0.8W/kg, testing for other channels are optional.
2. The EUT transmit and receive through the same GSM antenna while testing SAR.
3. When SAR or MPE is not measured at the maximum power level allowed for production units, the results must
be scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance limit according to the power applied to the individual channels tested
to determine compliance.
4. When the maximum output power variation across the required test channels is > ½ dB, instead of the middle
channel, the highest output power channel must be used.
5. The Multi-slot Classes of EUT is Class 12 which has maximum 4 Downlink slots and 4 Uplink slots, the
maximum active slots is 5, when perform the multiple slots scan, 1DL+4UL is the worst case.
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WCDMA Band 2:
EUT
Position
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Back
(10mm)
Body Right
(10mm)
Body Bottom
(10mm)
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Max.
Rated
Power
(dBm)
Scaled
Factor
Meas.
SAR
Scaled
SAR
Plot
RMC
Max.
Meas.
Power
(dBm)
1880
RMC
22.46
22.5
1.009
0.279
0.28
17#
1907.6
RMC
1852.4
RMC
1880
RMC
22.46
22.5
1.009
0.092
0.09
18#
1907.6
RMC
1852.4
RMC
1880
RMC
22.46
22.5
1.009
0.389
0.39
19#
1907.6
RMC
1852.4
RMC
1880
RMC
22.46
22.5
1.009
0.110
0.11
20#
1907.6
RMC
1852.4
RMC
1880
RMC
22.46
22.5
1.009
0.520
0.52
21#
1907.6
RMC
1852.4
RMC
1880
RMC
22.46
22.5
1.009
0.283
0.29
22#
1907.6
RMC
1852.4
RMC
1880
RMC
22.46
22.5
1.009
0.581
0.59
23#
1907.6
RMC
Frequency
(MHz)
Test
Mode
1852.4
1g SAR (W/kg)
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WCDMA Band 5:
EUT
Position
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Back
(10mm)
Body Right
(10mm)
Body Bottom
(10mm)
Note:
Max.
Rated
Power
(dBm)
Scaled
Factor
Meas.
SAR
Scaled
SAR
Plot
RMC
Max.
Meas.
Power
(dBm)
836.6
RMC
22.33
22.6
1.064
0.152
0.16
24#
846.6
RMC
826.4
RMC
836.6
RMC
22.33
22.6
1.064
0.081
0.09
25#
846.6
RMC
826.4
RMC
836.6
RMC
22.33
22.6
1.064
0.187
0.20
26#
846.6
RMC
826.4
RMC
836.6
RMC
22.33
22.6
1.064
0.134
0.14
27#
846.6
RMC
826.4
RMC
836.6
RMC
22.33
22.6
1.064
0.331
0.35
28#
846.6
RMC
826.4
RMC
836.6
RMC
22.33
22.6
1.064
0.173
0.18
29#
846.6
RMC
826.4
RMC
836.6
RMC
22.33
22.6
1.064
0.095
0.10
30#
846.6
RMC
Frequency
(MHz)
Test
Mode
826.4
1g SAR (W/kg)
1. When the 1-g SAR is≤ 0.8W/Kg, testing for other channels are optional.
2. The EUT transmit and receive through the same antenna while testing SAR.
3. The default test configuration is to measure SAR with an established radio link between the EUT and a
communication test set using a 12.2 kbps RMC (reference measurement Channel) Configured in Test Loop
Model.
4. KDB 941225 D01- SAR is not required for HSDPA/HSUPA when the maximum average output of each RF
channel is less than ¼ dB higher than measured 12.2kbps RMC or the maximum SAR for 12.2kbps RMC is <
75% of SAR limit.
5. When SAR or MPE is not measured at the maximum power level allowed for production units, the results must
be scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance limit according to the power applied to the individual channels
tested to determine compliance.
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SAR Measurement Variability
In accordance with published RF Exposure KDB procedure 865664 D01 SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6
GHz v01. These additional measurements are repeated after the completion of all measurements requiring
the same head or body tissue-equivalent medium in a frequency band. The test device should be returned to
ambient conditions (normal room temperature) with the battery fully charged before it is re-mounted on the
device holder for the repeated measurement(s) to minimize any unexpected variations in the repeated results
1) Repeated measurement is not required when the original highest measured SAR is < 0.80 W/kg;
steps 2) through 4) do not apply.
2) When the original highest measured SAR is ≥ 0.80 W/kg, repeat that measurement once.
3) Perform a second repeated measurement only if the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original
and first repeated measurements is > 1.20 or when the original or repeated measurement is ≥ 1.45
W/kg (~ 10% from the 1-g SAR limit).
4) Perform a third repeated measurement only if the original, first or second repeated measurement is
≥1.5 W/kg and the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original, first and second repeated
measurements is > 1.20.
Note: The same procedures should be adapted for measurements according to extremity and occupational
exposure limits by applying a factor of 2.5 for extremity exposure and a factor of 5 for occupational
exposure to the corresponding SAR thresholds.
The Highest Measured SAR Configuration in Each Frequency Band
Head
Meas. SAR (W/kg)
SAR probe
calibration point
Frequency
Band
Freq.(MHz)
EUT Position
SAR probe
calibration point
Frequency
Band
Freq.(MHz)
EUT Position
Original
Repeated
Largest to
Smallest
SAR Ratio
Body
Meas. SAR (W/kg)
Original
Repeated
Largest to
Smallest
SAR Ratio
Note:
1. Second Repeated Measurement is not required since the ratio of the largest to smallest SAR for the original and
first repeated measurement is not > 1.20.
2. The measured SAR results do not have to be scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance to determine if repeated
measurements are required.
3. SAR measurement variability must be assessed for each frequency band, which is determined by the SAR
probe calibration point and tissue-equivalent medium used for the device measurements..
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SAR SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION DESCRIPTION
Simultaneous Transmission:
Description of Simultaneous Transmit Capabilities
Transmitter Combination
Simultaneous?
Hotspot?
GSM + WCDMA
×
×
GSM + Bluetooth
√
×
GSM + WLAN
√
√
WCDMA + Bluetooth
√
×
WCDMA + WLAN
√
√
Simultaneous SAR test exclusion considerations:
Mode(SAR1+SAR2)
GSM 850+Bluetooth
PCS1900 +Bluetooth
WCDMA Band 2+Bluetooth
WCDMA Band 5+Bluetooth
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Position
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Worn Back
Body Back
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Worn Back
Body Back
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Back
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Back
Reported SAR(W/kg)
SAR1
0.24
0.14
0.26
0.15
0.38
0.46
0.19
0.07
0.26
0.07
0.32
0.37
0.28
0.09
0.39
0.11
0.52
0.16
0.09
0.20
0.14
0.35
SAR2
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.05
0.05
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.05
0.05
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.05
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.10
0.05
ΣSAR <
1.6W/kg
0.34
0.24
0.36
0.25
0.43
0.51
0.29
0.17
0.36
0.17
0.37
0.42
0.38
0.19
0.49
0.21
0.57
0.26
0.19
0.30
0.24
0.40
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Mode(SAR1+SAR2)
GSM 850+ WLAN
GPRS 850 + WLAN
(Hotspot)
PCS1900 + WLAN
GPRS 1900 + WLAN
(Hotspot)
WCDMA Band 2+ WLAN
WCDMA Band 2+ WLAN
(Hotspot)
WCDMA Band 5+ WLAN
WCDMA Band 5+ WLAN
(Hotspot)
Position
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Worn Back
Body Back
Body Right
Body Bottom
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Worn Back
Body Back
Body Right
Body Bottom
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Back
Body Right
Body Bottom
Head Left Cheek
Head Left Tilt
Head Right Cheek
Head Right Tilt
Body Back
Body Right
Body Bottom
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Reported SAR(W/kg)
SAR1
0.24
0.14
0.26
0.15
0.38
0.46
0.23
0.17
0.19
0.07
0.26
0.07
0.32
0.37
0.26
0.16
0.28
0.09
0.39
0.11
0.52
0.29
0.59
0.16
0.09
0.20
0.14
0.35
0.18
0.10
SAR2
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.20
0.20
0.20
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.39
0.20
0.20
0.20
ΣSAR <
1.6W/kg
0.63
0.53
0.65
0.54
0.58
0.66
0.43
0.37
0.58
0.46
0.65
0.46
0.52
0.57
0.46
0.36
0.67
0.48
0.78
0.50
0.72
0.49
0.79
0.55
0.48
0.59
0.53
0.55
0.38
0.30
Conclusion:
Sum of SAR: ΣSAR ≤ 1.6 W/kg therefore simultaneous transmission SAR with Volume Scans is not
required.
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SAR Plots
Please Refer to the Attachment.
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APPENDIX A MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
The uncertainty budget has been determined for the measurement system and is given in the following Table.
Measurement uncertainty evaluation for IEEE1528-2013 SAR test
Source of
uncertainty
Tolerance/
uncertainty
±%
Probability
distribution
Divisor
ci
(1 g)
ci
(10 g)
Standard
uncertainty
± %, (1 g)
Standard
uncertainty
± %, (10 g)
Measurement system
Probe calibration
6.55
6.6
6.6
Axial Isotropy
4.7
√3
2.7
2.7
Hemispherical Isotropy
9.6
√3
0.0
0.0
Boundary effect
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
Linearity
4.7
√3
2.7
2.7
Detection limits
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
Readout electronics
0.3
0.3
0.3
Response time
0.0
√3
0.0
0.0
Integration time
0.0
√3
0.0
0.0
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
0.8
√3
0.5
0.5
6.7
√3
3.9
3.9
2.0
√3
1.2
1.2
RF ambient conditions –
noise
RF ambient
conditions–reflections
Probe positioner mech.
Restrictions
Probe positioning with
respect to phantom shell
Post-processing
Test sample related
Test sample positioning
Device holder
uncertainty
Drift of output power
2.8
2.8
2.8
6.3
6.3
6.3
5.0
√3
2.9
2.9
Phantom and set-up
Phantom uncertainty (shape
and thickness tolerances)
4.0
√3
2.3
2.3
Liquid conductivity target)
5.0
√3
0.64
0.43
1.8
1.2
Liquid conductivity meas.)
2.5
0.64
0.43
1.6
1.1
Liquid permittivity target)
5.0
√3
0.6
0.49
1.7
1.4
Liquid permittivity meas.)
2.5
0.6
0.49
1.5
1.2
12.2
12.0
24.3
23.9
Combined standard
uncertainty
Expanded uncertainty 95 %
confidence interval)
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Measurement uncertainty evaluation for IEC62209-2 SAR test
Source of
uncertainty
Tolerance/
uncertainty
±%
Probability
distribution
Divisor
ci
(1 g)
ci
(10 g)
Standard
uncertainty
± %, (1 g)
Standard
uncertainty
± %, (10 g)
Measurement system
Probe calibration
6.55
6.6
6.6
Axial Isotropy
4.7
√3
2.7
2.7
Hemispherical Isotropy
9.6
√3
0.0
0.0
Linearity
4.7
√3
2.7
2.7
Modulation Response
0.0
√3
0.0
0.0
Detection limits
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
Boundary effect
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
Readout electronics
0.3
0.3
0.3
Response time
0.0
√3
0.0
0.0
Integration time
0.0
√3
0.0
0.0
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
1.0
√3
0.6
0.6
Probe positioner mech.
Restrictions
0.8
√3
0.5
0.5
Probe positioning with
respect to phantom shell
6.7
√3
3.9
3.9
Post-processing
2.0
√3
1.2
1.2
RF ambient conditions –
noise
RF ambient
conditions–reflections
Test sample related
Device holder Uncertainty
6.3
6.3
6.3
Test sample positioning
2.8
2.8
2.8
Power scaling
4.5
√3
2.6
2.6
Drift of output power
5.0
√3
2.9
2.9
Phantom and set-up
Phantom uncertainty (shape
and thickness tolerances)
4.0
√3
2.3
2.3
Algorithm for correcting SAR
for deviations in permittivity
and conductivity
1.9
0.84
1.1
0.9
Liquid conductivity (meas.)
2.5
0.64
0.43
1.6
1.1
Liquid permittivity (meas.)
2.5
0.6
0.49
1.5
1.2
Temp. unc. - Conductivity
1.7
√3
0.78
0.71
0.8
0.7
Temp. unc. - Permittivity
0.3
√3
0.23
0.26
0.0
0.0
12.2
12.1
24.5
24.2
Combined standard
uncertainty
Expanded uncertainty 95 %
confidence interval)
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APPENDIX B EUT TEST POSITION PHOTOS
Please Refer to the Attachment.
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APPENDIX C PROBE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES
Please Refer to the Attachment.
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APPENDIX D DIPOLE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES
Please Refer to the Attachment.
***** END OF REPORT *****
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