WR1000V1 AC1200 Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Router Test Report Shenzhen Cudy Technology Co., Ltd.

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RF TEST
REPORT
Report No.: 18070575-FCC-R2
Supersede Report No.: N/A
Applicant
Shenzhen Cudy Technology Co. Ltd.
Product Name
AC1200 Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Router
Model No.
WR1000
Serial No.
N/A
Test Standard
FCC Part 15.407, KDB 662911 D01 v02r01, KDB 789033 D02
v02r01, ANSI C63.10: 2013
Test Date
June 05 to 26, 2018
Issue Date
June 27, 2018
Test Result
Pass
Fail
Equipment complied with the specification
Equipment did not comply with the specification
Aaron Liang
David Huang
Test Engineer
Checked By
This test report may be reproduced in full only
Test result presented in this test report is applicable to the tested sample only
Issued by:
SIEMIC (SHENZHEN-CHINA) LABORATORIES
Zone A, Floor 1, Building 2 Wan Ye Long Technology Park
South Side of Zhoushi Road, Bao’ an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong China 518108
Phone: +86 0755 2601 4629801 Email: China@siemic.com.cn
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Laboratories Introduction
SIEMIC, headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley, with superior facilities in US and Asia, is one
of the leading independent testing and certification facilities providing customers with one-stop
shop services for Compliance Testing and Global Certifications.
In addition to testing and certification, SIEMIC provides initial design reviews and compliance
management throughout a project. Our extensive experience with China, Asia Pacific, North
America, European, and International compliance requirements, assures the fastest, most cost
effective way to attain regulatory compliance for the global markets.
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Scope
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RF/Wireless, SAR, Telecom
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CONTENTS
1.
REPORT REVISION HISTORY.............................................................................................................................5
2.
CUSTOMER INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................5
3.
TEST SITE INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................................6
4.
EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) INFORMATION .........................................................................................7
5.
TEST SUMMARY ....................................................................................................................................................9
6.
MEASUREMENTS, EXAMINATION AND DERIVED RESULTS ................................................................... 10
6.1 ON TIME, DUTY CYCLE AND MEASUREMENT METHODS ........................................................................ 11
6.2 §15.407(A)-DTS (99% &26 DB) CHANNEL BANDWIDTH................................................................................. 21
6.3 §15.407(A)-DTS (99% &6 DB) CHANNEL BANDWIDTH ................................................................................... 30
6.4 §15.407(A)-CONDUCTED MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER ................................................................................ 32
6.5 §15.407(A) - POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY ..................................................................................................... 36
6.6 §15.407(1) AND B(4) BAND-EDGE ........................................................................................................................ 46
6.7 §15.207 (A) - AC POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSIONS .......................................................................... 54
6.8 §15.209, §15.205 & §15.407(B) - RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS & UNWANTED EMISSIONS
INTO RESTRICTED FREQUENCY BANDS .............................................................................................................. 59
ANNEX A. TEST INSTRUMENT ................................................................................................................................. 65
ANNEX C. TEST SETUP AND SUPPORTING EQUIPMENT................................................................................ 73
ANNEX D. USER MANUAL / BLOCK DIAGRAM / SCHEMATICS / PARTLIST .................................................. 79
ANNEX E. DECLARATION OF SIMILARITY ............................................................................................................ 80
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1. Report Revision History
Report No.
Report Version
Description
Issue Date
18070575-FCC-R2
NONE
Original
June 27, 2018
2. Customer information
Applicant Name
Shenzhen Cudy Technology Co. Ltd.
Applicant Add
Room A606, Gaoxinqi Industrial Park, Liuxianyi Road, Baoan District,Shenzhen
China 518101
Manufacturer
Shenzhen Cudy Technology Co. Ltd.
Manufacturer Add
Room A606, Gaoxinqi Industrial Park, Liuxianyi Road, Baoan District,Shenzhen
China 518101
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3. Test site information
Test Lab A:
Lab performing tests
SIEMIC (Shenzhen-China) LABORATORIES
Zone A, Floor 1, Building 2 Wan Ye Long Technology Park
Lab Address
South Side of Zhoushi Road, Bao’ an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong China
518108
FCC Test Site No.
535293
IC Test Site No.
4842E-1
Test Software
Radiated Emission Program-To Shenzhen v2.0
Test Lab B:
Lab performing tests
Lab Address
FCC Test Site No.
BV 7LAYERS COMMUNICATION TRCHNOLOGY(SHENZHEN)CO.,LTD
No. B102, Dazu Cuangxin Mansion, North of Beihuan Avenue, North Area, HiTech Industry Park, Nanshan District Shenzhen, Guangdong China
525120
Note: We just perform Radiated Spurious Emission above 18GHz in the test Lab. B.
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4. Equipment under Test (EUT) Information
Description of EUT:
AC1200 Dual Band Smart Wi-Fi Router
Main Model:
WR1000
Serial Model:
N/A
Date EUT received:
June 04, 2018
Test Date(s):
June 05 to 26, 2018
Equipment Category:
NII
Antenna Gain:
Antenna Type:
Type of Modulation:
WIFI(2.4G): 5dBi
WIFI(5150-5250MHz):5dBi
Cable Antenna
802.11b: DSSS
802.11g/n20/n40/a/ac20/ac40/ac80: OFDM
WIFI :802.11b/g: 11CH
WIFI :802.11a/ac20: 24CH
WIFI :802.11ac40: 12CH
Number of Channels:
WIFI :802.11ac80: 6CH
WIFI :802.11n20: 11CH(2.4GHz);
WIFI :802.11n40: 9CH(2.4GHz); 12CH(5GHz)
802.11b/g: 2412-2462 MHz (TX/RX)
802.11n20: 2412-2462MHz;
802.11n40: 2422-2452 MHz (TX/RX); 5190-5230 MHz( TX/RX)
RF Operating Frequency (ies):
802.11 a: 5180-5240 MHz (TX/RX)
802.11ac 20: 5180-5240 MHz; (TX/RX)
802.11ac 40: 5190-5230 MHz; ( TX/RX)
802.11ac 80: 5210 MHz; (TX/RX)
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802.11a: 11.83dBm
802.11ac(20M): 11.68dBm
Max. Output Power:
802.11ac(40M): 17.76dBm
802.11ac(80M): 19.19dBm
802.11n(40M): 11.44dBm
Adapter:
Input Power:
Model: S12A12-120A100-CJ
Input:AC 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.5A
Output:DC 12V, 1A
Port:
Please refer to the user manual
Trade Name :
N/A
FCC ID:
2APRGWR1000V1
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5. Test Summary
The product was tested in accordance with the following specifications.
All testing has been performed according to below product classification:
FCC Rules
Description of Test
Result
§15.407 (i), §2.1093
RF Exposure
Compliance
§15.203
Antenna Requirement
Compliance
§15.407 (a)(1)
DTS (99%&26 dB) CHANNEL BANDWIDTH
Compliance
§15.407 (e)
DTS (99%&6 dB) CHANNEL BANDWIDTH
Compliance
§15.407(a/1/2)
Conducted Maximum Output Power
Compliance
§15.407(a/1/2)
Peak Power Spectral Density
Compliance
§15.407(a)(6)
Peak Power Excursion
Compliance
§15.207 (a)
AC Power Line Conducted Emissions
Compliance
§15.205, §15.209,
Radiated Spurious Emissions &
§15.247(b/1/2/3/6)
Unwanted Emissions into Restricted Frequency Bands
Compliance
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6. Measurements, Examination And Derived Results
6.1 §15.203 - ANTENNA REQUIREMENT
Applicable Standard
According to § 15.203, an intentional radiator shall be designed to ensure that no antenna other than that
furnished by the responsible party shall be used with the device. The use of a permanently attached antenna
or of an antenna that uses a unique coupling to the intentional radiator shall be considered sufficient to
comply with the provisions of this section. The manufacturer may design the unit so that a broken antenna
can be replaced by the user, but the user of a standard antenna jack or electrical connector is prohibited.
The structure and application of the EUT were analyzed to determine compliance with section §15.203 of the
rules. §15.203 state that the subject device must meet the following criteria:
a. Antenna must be permanently attached to the unit.
b. Antenna must use a unique type of connector to attach to the EUT.
Unit must be professionally installed, and installer shall be responsible for verifying that the correct antenna
is employed with the unit.
And according to FCC 47 CFR section 15.247 (b), if the transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than
6dBi are used, the power shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna
exceeds 6 dBi.
Antenna Connector Construction
The EUT has 2 antennas:
A permanently attached cable antenna for 2.4G/5G WIFI, the gain is 5dBi for 2.4G/5G WIFI.
Result: Pass
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6.1 ON TIME, DUTY CYCLE AND MEASUREMENT METHODS
Standard Requirement:
None. For reporting purpose only.
PROCEDURE
KDB 789033 Zero-Span Spectrum Analyzer Method.
Environmental Conditions
Temperature
24oC
Relative Humidity
55%
Atmospheric Pressure
1017mbar
Test date: June 13 to 25, 2018
Tested By: Aaron Liang
Test Result: Pass.
Please refer to the following tables and plots.
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Measurement result
ON TIME AND DUTY CYCLE RESULTS
Ant.0
Test
mode
Freq
Band
802.11a
c (20M)
c (40M)
802.11a
c (80M)
802.11n
(40M)
ON
(MH
Time
z)
B(msec)
Low
5180
100%
Middle
5200
100%
High
5240
100%
Low
5180
100%
Middle
5200
100%
High
5240
100%
Low
5190
100%
High
5230
100%
One
5210
100%
Low
5190
100%
Middle
5200
100%
High
5230
100%
CH
(MHz)
820.11a
802.11a
Freq
51505250
Period
(msec)
Duty
Cycle
x(linear)
Duty
Cycle(%)
Duty Cycle
Correction
Factor(dB)
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Ant.1
Test
mode
Freq
Band
802.11a
c (20M)
c (40M)
802.11a
c (80M)
802.11n
(40M)
ON
(MH
Time
z)
B(msec)
Low
5180
100%
Middle
5200
100%
High
5240
100%
Low
5180
100%
Middle
5200
100%
High
5240
100%
Low
5190
100%
High
5230
100%
One
5210
100%
Low
5190
100%
Middle
5200
100%
High
5230
100%
CH
(MHz)
820.11a
802.11a
Freq
51505250
Period
(msec)
Duty
Cycle
x(linear)
Duty
Cycle(%)
Duty Cycle
Correction
Factor(dB)
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Test Plots
Duty cycle measurement result
Ant.0
802.11a
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - High CH 5240
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Middle CH 5200
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802.11ac (20M)
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - High CH 5240
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Middle CH 5200
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802.11ac (40M)
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Low CH 5190
802.11ac (80M)
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle – One CH 5210
5250-5350MHz Duty cycle - High CH 5230
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802.11n (40M)
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Low CH 5190
5250-5350MHz Duty cycle - High CH 5230
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Middle CH 5200
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Ant.1
802.11a
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - High CH 5240
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Middle CH 5200
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802.11ac (20M)
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Middle CH 5200
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - High CH 5240
802.11ac (40M)
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Low CH 5190
5250-5350MHz Duty cycle - High CH 5230
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802.11ac (80M)
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle – One CH 5190
802.11n (40M)
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Low CH 5190
5250-5350MHz Duty cycle - High CH 5230
5150-5250MHz Duty cycle - Middle CH 5200
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6.2 §15.407(a)-DTS (99% &26 dB) Channel Bandwidth
1.
Conducted Measurement
EUT was set for low, mid, high channel with modulated mode and highest RF output
power.
The spectrum analyzer was connected to the antenna terminal.
2.
3.
Environmental Conditions
Temperature
24oC
Relative Humidity
55%
Atmospheric Pressure
1017mbar
Conducted Emissions Measurement Uncertainty
All test measurements carried out are traceable to national standards. The uncertainty of
the measurement at a confidence level of approximately 95% (in the case where
distributions are normal), with a coverage factor of 2, in the range 30MHz – 40GHz is
±1.5dB.
4.
Test date : June 13, 2018
Tested By : Aaron Liang
Standard Requirement:
None; for reporting purposes only.
Procedures:
99% Bandwidth:
1. Set center frequency to the nominal EUT channel center frequency
2. Set span = 1.5 times to 5.0 times the OBW.
3. Set RBW = 1 % to 5 % of the OBW
4. he video bandwidth (VBW) ≥ 3 x RBW.
5. Video averaging is not permitted. Where practical, a sample detection and single sweep mode
shall be used. Otherwise, peak detection and max hold mode (until the trace stabilizes) shall be
used
6. Use the 99 % power bandwidth function of the instrument (if available)
7. If the instrument does not have a 99 % power bandwidth function, the trace data points are
recovered and directly summed in power units. The recovered amplitude data points, beginning
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at the lowest frequency, are placed in a running sum until 0.5 % of the total is reached; that
frequency is recorded as the lower frequency. The process is repeated until 99.5 % of the total is
reached; that frequency is recorded as the upper frequency. The 99% occupied bandwidth is the
difference between these two frequencies.
Emission Bandwidth (EBW)
1) Set RBW = approximately 1% of the emission bandwidth.
2) Set the VBW > RBW.
3) Detector = Peak.
4) Trace mode = max hold.
5) Measure the maximum width of the emission that is 26 dB down from the maximum of the
emission. Compare this with the RBW setting of the analyzer. Readjust
Test Result: Pass.
Please refer to the following tables and plots.
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Measurement result
Ant.0
Test
mode
Freq
Band
CH
(MHz)
Freq
(MHz)
99% Bandwidth
26dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
(MHz)
Ant.0
Ant.1
Ant.0
Ant.1
Low
5180
16.831
16.923
20.10
20.10
Middle
5200
16.841
16.921
19.97
20.30
High
5240
16.837
16.979
20.20
20.47
Low
5180
17.667
17.731
20.29
20.45
Middle
5200
17.681
17.732
20.35
20.36
High
5240
17.671
17.726
20.30
20.47
Low
5190
36.031
35.916
39.44
39.85
High
5230
35.988
35.916
39.47
39.48
One
5210
74.901
74.884
80.04
80.07
802.11n
Low
5190
35.918
35.954
39.50
39.76
(40M)
High
5230
35.888
35.918
39.60
39.69
820.11a
802.11ac
(20M)
802.11ac
(40M)
802.11ac
(80M)
5150-5250
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Test Plots
Bandwidth measurement result
Ant.0
802.11a
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - High CH 5240
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Middle CH 5200
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802.11ac (20M)
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Middle CH 5200
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - High CH 5240
802.11ac (40M)
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Low CH 5190
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - High CH 5230
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802.11ac (80M)
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth -One CH 5210
802.11n (40M)
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Low CH 5190
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - High CH 5230
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Ant.1
802.11a
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - High CH 5240
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Middle CH 5200
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802.11ac (20M)
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Middle CH 5200
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - High CH 5240
802.11ac (40M)
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Low CH 5190
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - High CH 5230
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802.11ac (80M)
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth -One CH 5210
802.11n (40M)
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - Low CH 5190
5150-5250MHz Bandwidth - High CH 5230
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6.3 §15.407(a)-DTS (99% &6 dB) Channel Bandwidth
1.
Conducted Measurement
EUT was set for low, mid, high channel with modulated mode and highest RF output
power.
The spectrum analyzer was connected to the antenna terminal.
2.
3.
Environmental Conditions
Temperature
---
Relative Humidity
---
Atmospheric Pressure
---
Conducted Emissions Measurement Uncertainty
All test measurements carried out are traceable to national standards. The uncertainty of
the measurement at a confidence level of approximately 95% (in the case where
distributions are normal), with a coverage factor of 2, in the range 30MHz – 40GHz is
±1.5dB.
4.
Test date : -Tested By : --
Standard Requirement:
Within the 5.725-5.85 GHz band, the minimum 6 dB bandwidth of U-NII devices shall be at least
500 kHz.
Procedures:
99% &6 dB Bandwidth:
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Emission Bandwidth (EBW)
1) Set RBW = approximately 1% of the emission bandwidth.
2) Set the VBW > RBW.
3) Detector = Peak.
4) Trace mode = max hold.
5) Measure the maximum width of the emission that is 26 dB down from the maximum of the
emission. Compare this with the RBW setting of the analyzer. Readjust
Test Result: N/A.
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6.4 §15.407(a)-Conducted Maximum Output Power
1.
Conducted Measurement
EUT was set for low, mid, high channel with modulated mode and highest RF output
power.
The spectrum analyzer was connected to the antenna terminal.
2.
Conducted Emissions Measurement Uncertainty
All test measurements carried out are traceable to national standards. The uncertainty of
the measurement at a confidence level of approximately 95% (in the case where
distributions are normal), with a coverage factor of 2, in the range 30MHz – 40GHz is
±1.5dB.
3.
4.
Environmental Conditions
Temperature
24oC
Relative Humidity
55%
Atmospheric Pressure
1017mbar
Test date : June 13, 2018
Tested By : Aaron Liang
Standard Requirement:
For an outdoor access point operating in the band 5.15-5.25 GHz, the maximum conducted output
power over the frequency band of operation shall not exceed 1 W provided the maximum antenna
gain does not exceed 6 dBi. f transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used,
both the maximum conducted output power and the maximum power spectral density shall be
reduced by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. The maximum
e.i.r.p. at any elevation angle above 30 degrees as measured from the horizon must not exceed 125
mW (21 dBm).
For the 5.25-5.35 GHz and 5.47-5.725 GHz bands, the maximum conducted output power over the
frequency bands of operation shall not exceed the lesser of 250 mW or 11 dBm + 10 log B, where B
is the 26 dB emission bandwidth in megahertz. If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater
than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum conducted output power and the maximum power spectral
density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
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For the band 5.725-5.85 GHz, the maximum conducted output power over the frequency band of
operation shall not exceed 1 W.
If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum conducted
output power and the maximum power spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the
directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. However, fixed point-to-point U-NII devices operating
in this band may employ transmitting antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi without any
corresponding reduction in transmitter conducted power. Fixed, point-to-point operations exclude the
use of point-to-multipoint systems, omnidirectional applications, and multiple collocated transmitters
transmitting the same information. The operator of the U-NII device, or if the equipment is
professionally installed, the installer, is responsible for ensuring that systems employing high gain
directional antennas are used exclusively for fixed, point-to-point operations.
Procedures:
Measurement Procedure Maximum conducted output power:
Maximum conducted output power may be measured using a spectrum analyzer/EMI receiver or an
RF power meter.
1. Device Configuration
If possible, configure or modify the operation of the EUT so that it transmits continuously at its
maximum power control level (see section II.B.).
a) The intent is to test at 100 percent duty cycle; however a small reduction in duty cycle (to no lower
than 98 percent) is permitted if required by the EUT for amplitude control purposes. Manufacturers
are expected to provide software to the test lab to permit such continuous operation.
b) If continuous transmission (or at least 98 percent duty cycle) cannot be achieved due to hardware
limitations (e.g., overheating), the EUT shall be operated at its maximum power control level with the
transmit duration as long as possible and the duty cycle as high as possible.
2. Measurement using a Power Meter (PM)
a) Method PM (Measurement using an RF average power meter):
(i) Measurements may be performed using a wideband RF power meter with a thermocouple
detector or equivalent if all of the conditions listed below are satisfied.
• The EUT is configured to transmit continuously or to transmit with a constant duty cycle.
• At all times when the EUT is transmitting, it must be transmitting at its maximum power control
level.
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• The integration period of the power meter exceeds the repetition period of the transmitted signal
by at least a factor of five.
(ii) If the transmitter does not transmit continuously, measure the duty cycle, x, of the transmitter
output signal as described in section II.B.
(iii) Measure the average power of the transmitter. This measurement is an average over both the on
and off periods of the transmitter.
(iv) Adjust the measurement in dBm by adding 10 log(1/x) where x is the duty cycle (e.g., 10
log(1/0.25) if the duty cycle is 25 percent).
Test Result: Pass.
Please refer to the following tables and plots:
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Output Power measurement result
Test
mode
Conducted Power
Freq
Band
CH
(MHz)
Frequency
(MHz)
Limit
(dBm)
Ant. 0
Ant. 1
(dBm)
Result
Low
5180
11.56
11.49
30
Pass
Middle
5200
11.44
11.26
30
Pass
High
5240
11.83
11.55
30
Pass
Low
5180
11.68
10.52
30
Pass
Middle
5200
10.35
11.18
30
Pass
5150-
High
5240
11.18
10.73
30
Pass
5250
Low
5190
16.97
17.71
30
Pass
High
5230
16.84
17.76
30
Pass
One
5210
17.97
19.19
30
Pass
802.11n
Low
5190
11.44
10.71
30
Pass
(40M)
High
5230
11.40
11.42
30
Pass
820.11a
802.11ac
(20M)
802.11ac
(40M)
802.11ac
(80M)
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6.5 §15.407(a) - Power Spectral Density
1.
Conducted Measurement
EUT was set for low, mid, high channel with modulated mode and highest RF output
power.
The spectrum analyzer was connected to the antenna terminal.
2.
3.
Environmental Conditions
Temperature
24oC
Relative Humidity
55%
Atmospheric Pressure
1017mbar
Conducted Emissions Measurement Uncertainty
All test measurements carried out are traceable to national standards. The uncertainty of
the measurement at a confidence level of approximately 95% (in the case where
distributions are normal), with a coverage factor of 2, in the range 30MHz – 40GHz is
±1.5dB.
4.
Test date : June 13, 2018
Tested By : Aaron Liang
Standard Requirement:
The maximum power spectral density shall not exceed 17 dBm in any 1 megahertz band. If
transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum conducted
output power and the maximum power spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the
directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. The maximum e.i.r.p. at any elevation angle above 30
degrees as measured from the horizon must not exceed 125 mW (21 dBm).
The maximum power spectral density shall not exceed 11 dBm in any 1 megahertz band. If
transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum conducted
output power and the maximum power spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the
directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
The maximum power spectral density shall not exceed 30 dBm in any 500-kHz band. If transmitting
antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum conducted output power
and the maximum power spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional
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gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. However, fixed point-to-point U-NII devices operating in this band
may employ transmitting antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi without any corresponding
reduction in transmitter conducted power. Fixed, point-to-point operations exclude the use of point-tomultipoint systems, omnidirectional applications, and multiple collocated transmitters transmitting the
same information. The operator of the U-NII
device, or if the equipment is professionally installed, the installer, is responsible for ensuring that
systems employing high gain directional antennas are used exclusively for fixed, point-to-point
operations.
Procedures:
The rules requires “ maximum power spectral density” measurements where the intent is to
measure the maximum value of the time average of the power spectral density measured during a
period of continuous transmission.
1. Create an average power spectrum for the EUT operating mode being tested by following the
instructions in section II.E.2. for measuring maximum conducted output power using a spectrum
analyzer or EMI receiver: select the appropriate test method (SA-1, SA-2, SA-3, or alternatives to
each) and apply it up to, but not including, the step labeled, “ Compute power…” . (This procedure
is required even if the maximum conducted output power measurement was performed using a
power meter, method PM.)
2. Use the peak search function on the instrument to find the peak of the spectrum and record its
value.
3. Make the following adjustments to the peak value of the spectrum, if applicable:
a) If Method SA-2 or SA-2 Alternative was used, add 10 log(1/x), where x is the duty cycle, to the
peak of the spectrum.
b) If Method SA-3 Alternative was used and the linear mode was used in step II.E.2.g)(viii), add 1 dB
to the final result to compensate for the difference between linear averaging and power averaging.
4. The result is the Maximum PSD over 1 MHz reference bandwidth.
5. For devices operating in the bands 5.15-5.25 GHz, 5.25-5.35 GHz, and 5.47-5.725 GHz, the
above procedures make use of 1 MHz RBW to satisfy directly the 1 MHz reference bandwidth
specified in § 15.407(a)(5). For devices operating in the band 5.725-5.85 GHz, the rules specify a
measurement bandwidth of 500 kHz. Many spectrum analyzers do not have 500 kHz RBW, thus a
narrower RBW may need to be used. The rules permit the use of a RBWs less than 1 MHz, or 500
kHz, “ provided that the measured power is integrated over the full reference bandwidth” to show
the total power over the specified measurement bandwidth (i.e., 1 MHz, or 500 kHz). If
measurements are performed using a reduced resolution bandwidth (< 1 MHz, or < 500 kHz) and
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integrated over 1 MHz, or 500 KHz bandwidth, the following adjustments to the procedures apply:
a) Set RBW ≥ 1/T, where T is defined in section II.B.l.a).
b) Set VBW ≥ 3 RBW.
c) If measurement bandwidth of Maximum PSD is specified in 500 kHz, add 10log(500kHz/RBW) to
the measured result, whereas RBW (< 500 KHz) is the reduced resolution bandwidth of the spectrum
analyzer set during measurement.
d) If measurement bandwidth of Maximum PSD is specified in 1 MHz, add 10log(1MHz/RBW) to the
measured result, whereas RBW (< 1 MHz) is the reduced resolution bandwidth of spectrum analyzer
set during measurement.
e) Care must be taken to ensure that the measurements are performed during a period of continuous
transmission or are corrected upward for duty cycle.
Note: As a practical matter, it is recommended to use reduced RBW of 100 KHz for the sections 5.c)
and 5.d) above, since RBW=100 KHZ is available on nearly all spectrum analyzers.
Test Result: Pass.
Please refer to the following tables and plots.
Power Spectral Density measurement result
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PSD
Freq
Band
Test Report No.
CH
(MHz)
Frequency
(MHz)
(dBm)
Limit
(dBm
Ant.0
Ant.1
Result
Low
5180
-10.424
-10.858
17
Pass
Mid
5200
-12.893
-11.914
17
Pass
High
5240
-12.249
-10.813
17
Pass
Low
5180
-14.263
-13.848
17
Pass
Middle
5200
-11.743
-12.319
17
Pass
5150-
High
5240
-13.220
-13.381
17
Pass
5250
Low
5190
-15.855
-15.622
17
Pass
High
5230
-15.202
-12.717
17
Pass
One
5210
-15.582
-15.211
17
Pass
802.11n
Low
5190
-14.219
-14.585
17
Pass
(40M)
High
5230
-15.636
-11.615
17
Pass
820.11a
802.11ac
(20M)
802.11ac
(40M)
802.11ac
(80M)
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Test Plots
Power Spectral Density measurement result Test Plots
Ant.0
802.11a
5150-5250MHz PSD - Low CH 5180
5150-5250MHz PSD - High CH 5240
5150-5250MHz PSD - Middle CH 5200
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