GP12V1 Grid Pad 12 Test Report Measurement Report Smartbox Assistive Technology Limited

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RADIO TEST REPORT
Report No:STS1805169W03
Issued for
Smartbox Assistive Technology Limited
Ysobel House, Enigma Commercial Centre, Sandys
Road, Malvern, WR14 1JJ, UK
Product Name:
Grid Pad 12
Brand Name:
Smartbox
Model Name:
GP12V1
Series Model:
N/A
FCC ID:
2APXM-GP12V1
Test Standard:
FCC Part 15.247
Any reproduction of this document must be done in full. No single part of this document may be reproduced without
permission from STS, All Test Data Presented in this report is only applicable to presented Test sample.
Shenzhen STS Test Services Co., Ltd.
1/F., Building B, Zhuoke Science Park, No.190, Chongqing Road,
Fuyong Street, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
TEL: +86-755 3688 6288 FAX: +86-755 3688 6277 E-mail:sts@stsapp.com
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Report No.: STS1805169W03
TEST RESULT CERTIFICATION
Applicant’s name ................. : Smartbox Assistive Technology Limited
Address .................................. : Ysobel House, Enigma Commercial Centre, Sandys
Road, Malvern, WR14 1JJ, UK
Manufacture's Name ............ : Smartbox Assistive Technology Limited
Address .................................. : Ysobel House, Enigma Commercial Centre, Sandys
Road, Malvern, WR14 1JJ, UK
Product description
Product Name ........................ : Grid Pad 12
Brand Name ......................... : Smartbox
Model Name ........................... : GP12V1
Series Model .......................... : N/A
Test Standards ..................... : FCC Part15.247
Test procedure ............................:ANSI C63.10-2013
This device described above has been tested by STS, the test results show that the equipment under
test (EUT) is in compliance with the FCC requirements. And it is applicable only to the tested sample
identified in the report.
This report shall not be reproduced except in full, without the written approval of STS, this document
only be altered or revised by STS, personal only, and shall be noted in the revision of the document.
Date of Test............................................ :
Date (s) of performance of tests ............. :
17 May 2018~07 June 2018
Date of Issue .......................................... :
07 June 2018
Test Result .............................................. :
Pass
Testing Engineer
( Chris chen )
Technical Manager
( Sean she )
Authorized Signatory :
(Vita Li)
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Table of Contents
1. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
Report No.: STS1805169W03
Page
1.1 TEST FACTORY
1.2 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
2. GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT
2.2 DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES
10
2.3 BLOCK DIGRAM SHOADSL MODENG THE CONFIGURATION OF SYSTEM TESTED
11
RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONTEST
11
2.4 DESCRIPTION OF SUPPORT UNITS
12
2.5 EQUIPMENTS LIST FOR ALL TEST ITEMS
13
3. EMC EMISSION TEST
15
3.1 CONDUCTED EMISSION MEASUREMENT
15
3.2 RADIATED EMISSION MEASUREMENT
19
4. CONDUCTED SPURIOUS & BAND EDGE EMISSION
31
4.1 APPLIED PROCEDURES / LIMIT
31
4.2 TEST PROCEDURE
31
4.3 DEVIATION FROM STANDARD
31
4.4 TEST SETUP
31
4.5 EUT OPERATION CONDITIONS
31
4.6 TEST RESULTS
32
5. POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY TEST
44
5.1 APPLIED PROCEDURES / LIMIT
44
5.2 TEST PROCEDURE
44
5.3 DEVIATION FROM STANDARD
44
5.4 TEST SETUP
44
5.5 EUT OPERATION CONDITIONS
44
5.6 TEST RESULTS
45
6. BANDWIDTH TEST
53
6.1 APPLIED PROCEDURES / LIMIT
53
6.2 TEST PROCEDURE
53
6.3 DEVIATION FROM STANDARD
53
6.4 TEST SETUP
53
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6.5 EUT OPERATION CONDITIONS
53
6.6 TEST RESULTS
54
7. PEAK OUTPUT POWER TEST
62
7.1 APPLIED PROCEDURES / LIMIT
62
7.2 TEST PROCEDURE
62
7.3 DEVIATION FROM STANDARD
62
7.4 TEST SETUP
62
7.5 EUT OPERATION CONDITIONS
62
7.6 TEST RESULTS
63
8. ANTENNA REQUIREMENT
64
8.1 STANDARD REQUIREMENT
64
8.2 EUT ANTENNA
64
APPENDIX - PHOTOS OF TEST SETUP
65
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Report No.: STS1805169W03
Revision History
Rev.
Issue Date
Report NO.
Effect Page
Contents
00
07 June 2018
STS1805169W03
ALL
Initial Issue
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1. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
Test procedures according to the technical standards:
KDB 558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance v04
FCC Part 15.247,Subpart C
Standard
Section
Test Item
Judgment
15.207
Conducted Emission
PASS
15.247 (a)(2)
6dB Bandwidth
PASS
15.247 (b)(3)
Output Power
PASS
15.247 (c)
Radiated Spurious Emission
PASS
15.247 (d)
Conducted Spurious & Band Edge
Emission
PASS
15.247 (e)
Power Spectral Density
PASS
15.205
Restricted Band Edge Emission
PASS
Part 15.247(d)/part
15.209(a)
Band Edge Emission
PASS
15.203
Antenna Requirement
PASS
NOTE:
(1)” N/A” denotes test is not applicable in this Test Report
(2)all tests are according to ANSI C63.10-2013 .
Remark
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1.1 TEST FACTORY
Shenzhen STS Test Services Co., Ltd.
Add. : 1/F., Building B, Zhuoke Science Park, No.190, Chongqing Road,
Fuyong Street, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
CNAS Registration No.: L7649; FCC Registration No.: 625569
IC Registration No.: 12108A; A2LA Certificate No.: 4338.01;
1.2 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
The reported uncertainty of measurement y ± U,where expended uncertainty U is based on
a standard uncertainty multiplied by a coverage factor of k=2,providing a level of confidence
of approximately 95 %。
No.
Item
Uncertainty
Conducted Emission (9KHz-150KHz)
±2.88dB
Conducted Emission (150KHz-30MHz)
±2.67dB
RF power,conducted
±0.71dB
Spurious emissions,conducted
±0.63dB
All emissions,radiated (9KHz-30MHz)
±3.02dB
All emissions,radiated (30MHz-200MHz)
±3.80dB
All emissions,radiated (200MHz-1000MHz)
±3.97dB
All emissions,radiated(>1G)
±3.03dB
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2. GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT
Product Name
Grid Pad 12
Trade Name
Smartbox
Model Name
GP12V1
Series Model
N/A
Model Difference
N/A
Product Description
The EUT is a Grid Pad 12
Operation
802.11b/g/n 20: 2412~2462 MHz
Frequency:
802.11n(40MHz):2422~2452MHz
802.11b(DSSS):CCK,DQPSK,DBPSK
Modulation Type: 802.11g(OFDM):BPSK,QPSK,16-QAM,64-QAM
802.11n(OFDM):BPSK,QPSK,16-QAM,64-QAM
Number Of
802.11b/g/n20: 11CH
Channel:
802.11n 40: 7CH
Antenna
Please see Note 3.
Designation:
Antenna number: 2
Antenna Gain
Antenna A gain : 0dBi
(dBi):
Antenna B gain : 0dBi
MIMO technology Directional gain= 3.01dBi
Duty Cycle:
Channel List
Adapter
Battery
>98%
Please refer to the Note 2.
Power supply and ADP(rating):
Input: AC 100V-240V, 50/60Hz, 1.0A Max
Output: DC 12V, 3.33A
Battery(rating):
Rated Voltage: 7.4V
Charge Limit: 8.4V
Capacity :10000mAh
Hardware version number
N/A
Software version number
N/A
Connecting I/O Port(s)
Please refer to the User's Manual
NOTE: 802.11b/g : SISO mode only : 802.11n H20 /H40: MIMO mode only
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Note:
For a more detailed features description, please refer to the manufacturer’s specifications
or the User's Manual.
Operation Frequency of channel
802.11b/g/n(20MHz)
802.11n(40MHz)
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
01
2412
03
2422
02
2417
04
2427
03
2422
05
2432
04
2427
06
2437
05
2432
07
2442
06
2437
08
2447
07
2442
09
2452
08
2447
09
2452
10
2457
11
2462
Note:
In section 15.31(m), regards to the operating frequency range over 10 MHz, the Lowest
frequency, the middle frequency, and the highest frequency of channel were selected to
perform the test, and the selected channel see below:
Carrier Frequency Channel
2.4GHz Test Frequency:
For 802.11b/g/n (HT20)
Channel
Freq.(MHz)
For 802.11n (HT40)
Channel
01
2412
03
06
2437
06
11
2462
09
KDB 662911 D01 Multiple Transmitter Output v02r01
Freq.(MHz)
2422
2437
2452
2) Directional Gain Calculations for In-Band Measurements
a) Basic methodology with NANT transmit antennas, each with the same directional gain GAN
T dBi, being driven by NANT transmitter outputs of equal power. Directional gain is to be com
puted as follows:
(i) If any transmit signals are correlated with each other,
Directional gain = GANT + 10 log(NANT) dBi
(ii) If all transmit signals are completely uncorrelated with each other,
Directional gain = GANT
ANT A=0dBi
ANT B=0 dBi
GANT + 10 log(NANT) dBi
Directional gain= 0+10log2=3.01dBi
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2.2 DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES
Each of these EUT operation mode(s) or test configuration mode(s) mentioned above was
evaluated respectively.
Worst Mode
Description
Data Rate
Mode 1
TX IEEE 802.11b CH1
1 Mbps
Mode 2
TX IEEE 802.11b CH6
1 Mbps
Mode 3
TX IEEE 802.11 b CH11
1 Mbps
Mode 4
SISO mode
1 Mbps
Mode 5
TX IEEE 802.11g CH1
6 Mbps
Mode 6
TX IEEE 802.11g CH6
6 Mbps
Mode 7
TX IEEE 802.11g CH11
6 Mbps
Mode 8
SISO mode
6 Mbps
Mode 9
TX IEEE 802.11n HT20 CH1
MCS 0
Mode 10
TX IEEE 802.11n HT20 CH6
MCS 0
Mode 11
TX IEEE 802.11n HT20 CH11
MCS 0
Mode 12
keeping MIMO TX mode
MCS 0
Mode 13
TX IEEE 802.11n HT40 CH3
MCS 0
Mode 14
TX IEEE 802.11n HT40 CH6
MCS 0
Mode 15
TX IEEE 802.11n HT40 CH9
MCS 0
Mode 16
keeping MIMO TX mode
MCS 0
Note:
(1) The measurements are performed at all Bit Rate of Transmitter, the worst data was reported
(2) We have be tested for all avaiable U.S. voltage and frequencies(For 120V,50/60Hz
and 240V, 50/60Hz) for which the device is capable of operation, and the worst case of
120V/60Hz is shown in the report
AC Conducted Emission
Test Case
AC Conducted
Emission
Mode17: Keeping TX + WLAN Link
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2.3 BLOCK DIGRAM SHOADSL MODENG THE CONFIGURATION OF SYSTEM TESTED
RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONTEST
Radiated Spurious EmissionTest
E-1
EUT
Conducted Emission Test
AC
Plug
E-2
Adapter
C-1
E-1
EUT
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2.4 DESCRIPTION OF SUPPORT UNITS
The EUT has been tested as an independent unit together with other necessary accessories or
support units. The following support units or accessories were used to form a representative test
configuration during the tests.
Item
Equipment
E-2
Adapter
Item
C-1
Shielded Type
USB Cable
shielded line
(Charging )
Mfr/Brand
MEGMEET
Model/Type No.
Serial No.
Note
MANGO40S-12BB
N/A
EUT
Ferrite Core
Length
Note
NO
100cm
N/A
Note:
(1)
(2)
(3)
The support equipment was authorized by Declaration of Confirmation.
For detachable type I/O cable should be specified the length in cm in『Length』column.
“YES” is means “shielded” “with core”; “NO” is means “unshielded” “without core”.
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2.5 EQUIPMENTS LIST FOR ALL TEST ITEMS
Radiation Test equipment
Kind of Equipment
Manufacturer
Type No.
Serial No.
EMI Test Receiver
R&S
ESCI
102086
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
Bilog Antenna
TESEQ
CBL6111D
34678
2017.11.02
2018.11.01
Horn Antenna
Schwarzbeck
BBHA 9120D
9120D-1343
2017.10.27
2018.10.26
A-INFO
LB-180400-KF
N/A
2018.03.11
2019.03.10
HH660
Mieo
N/A
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
HH660
Mieo
N/A
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
EM
EM330
60538
2018.03.11
2019.03.10
Agilent
8449B
60538
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
ZHNAN
ZN3090C
16035
2018.03.11
2019.03.10
Low frequency cable
EM
R01
N/A
2018.03.11
2019.03.10
Low frequency cable
EM
R06
N/A
2018.03.11
2019.03.10
High frequency cable SCHWARZBECK
R04
N/A
2018.03.11
2019.03.10
High frequency cable SCHWARZBECK
R02
N/A
2018.03.11
2019.03.10
SHF-EHF Horn
Antenna (18G-40GHz)
Temperature &
Humitidy
Temperature &
Humitidy
Pre-mplifier
(0.1M-3GHz)
PreAmplifier
(1G-26.5GHz)
Passive Loop
(9K--30MHz)
Last calibration Calibrated until
Semi-anechoic
chamber
Changling
966
N/A
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
trun table
EM
SC100_1
60531
N/A
N/A
Antnna mast
EM
SC100
N/A
N/A
N/A
Max-full Antenna Corp
MF
MFA-440H
N/A
N/A
N/A
Conduction Test equipment
Kind of Equipment
Manufacturer
Type No.
Serial No.
Last calibration Calibrated until
Test Receiver
R&S
ESCI
101427
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
LISN
R&S
ENV216
101242
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
conduction Cable
EM
C01
N/A
2018.03.11
2019.03.10
Temperature &
Humitidy
Mieo
HH660
N/A
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
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RF Connected Test
Kind of Equipment
Manufacturer
Type No.
Serial No.
Last calibration Calibrated until
USB RF power sensor
DARE
RPR3006W
15I00041SNO03
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
Power Meter
R&S
NRP
100510
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
Spectrum Analyzer
Agilent
N9020A
MY51110105
2018.03.08
2019.03.07
Signal Analyzer
Agilent
N9020A
MY49100060
2017.10.15
2018.10.14
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3. EMC EMISSION TEST
3.1 CONDUCTED EMISSION MEASUREMENT
3.1.1 POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION LIMITS
operating frequency band. In case the emission fall within the restricted band specified on Part 15.
207(a) limit in the table below has to be followed.
FREQUENCY (MHz)
Conducted Emission limit (dBuV)
Quasi-peak
Average
0.15 -0.5
66 - 56 *
56 - 46 *
0.50 -5.0
56.00
46.00
5.0 -30.0
60.00
50.00
Note:
(1) The tighter limit applies at the band edges.
(2) The limit of " * " marked band means the limitation decreases linearly with the
logarithm of the frequency in the range.
The following table is the setting of the receiver
Receiver Parameters
Setting
Attenuation
10 dB
Start Frequency
0.15 MHz
Stop Frequency
30 MHz
IF Bandwidth
9 kHz
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3.1.2 TEST PROCEDURE
a. The EUT was 0.8 meters from the horizontal ground plane and 0.4 meters from the vertical
ground plane with EUT being connected to the power mains through a line impedance
stabilization network (LISN). All other support equipments powered from additional LISN(s).
The LISN provide 50 Ohm/ 50uH of coupling impedance for the measuring instrument.
b. Interconnecting cables that hang closer than 40 cm to the ground plane shall be folded back
and forth in the center forming a bundle 30 to 40 cm long.
c. I/O cables that are not connected to a peripheral shall be bundled in the center. The end of the
cable may be terminated, if required, using the correct terminating impedance. The overall
length shall not exceed 1 m.
d. LISN at least 80 cm from nearest part of EUT chassis.
e. For the actual test configuration, please refer to the related Item –EUT Test Photos.
3.1.3 TEST SETUP
Vertical Reference
Test Receiver
Ground Plane
40cm
EUT
80cm
LISN
Horizontal Reference
Ground Plane
Note: 1.Support units were connected to second LISN.
2.Both of LISNs (AMN) are 80 cm from EUT and at least 80
cm
from other units and other metal planes
support.
units.
3.1.4 EUT OPERATING CONDITIONS
The EUT was configured for testing in a typical fashion (as a customer would normally use it). The
EUT has been programmed to continuously transmit during test. This operating condition was
tested and used to collect the included data.
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3.1.5 TEST RESULT
Temperature:
25 ℃
Relative Humidity:
61%
Test Voltage :
AC 120V/60Hz
Phase:
Test Mode:
Mode 17
Frequency
Reading
Correct
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBuV)
Factor(dB)
(dBuV)
(dBuV)
(dB)
0.1620
42.44
9.78
52.22
65.36
-13.14
QP
0.1620
29.51
9.78
39.29
55.36
-16.07
AVG
0.4620
30.42
10.01
40.43
56.66
-16.23
QP
0.4620
18.29
10.01
28.30
46.66
-18.36
AVG
1.5500
23.62
9.84
33.46
56.00
-22.54
QP
1.5500
11.61
9.84
21.45
46.00
-24.55
AVG
3.1260
21.94
9.91
31.85
56.00
-24.15
QP
3.1260
10.28
9.91
20.19
46.00
-25.81
AVG
9.2340
20.34
9.92
30.26
60.00
-29.74
QP
9.2340
8.59
9.92
18.51
50.00
-31.49
AVG
23.7820
20.15
10.32
30.47
60.00
-29.53
QP
23.7820
9.79
10.32
20.11
50.00
-29.89
AVG
Remark:
1. Margin = Result (Result =Reading + Factor )–Limit
Remark
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Temperature:
25 ℃
Relative Humidity:
61%
Test Voltage :
AC 120V/60Hz
Phase:
Test Mode:
Mode 17
Frequency
Reading
Correct
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBuV)
Factor(dB)
(dBuV)
(dBuV)
(dB)
0.1620
43.23
9.78
53.01
65.36
-12.35
QP
0.1620
31.55
9.78
41.33
55.36
-14.03
AVG
0.4580
32.17
10.01
42.18
56.73
-14.55
QP
0.4580
21.90
10.01
31.91
46.73
-14.82
AVG
1.1020
26.81
9.81
36.62
56.00
-19.38
QP
1.1020
15.84
9.81
25.65
46.00
-20.35
AVG
3.1860
25.63
9.92
35.55
56.00
-20.45
QP
3.1860
14.77
9.92
24.69
46.00
-21.31
AVG
11.1900
22.05
9.97
32.02
60.00
-27.98
QP
11.1900
11.53
9.97
21.50
50.00
-28.50
AVG
24.2900
23.03
10.30
33.33
60.00
-26.67
QP
24.2900
12.72
10.30
23.02
50.00
-26.98
AVG
Remark:
1. Margin = Result (Result =Reading + Factor )–Limit
Remark
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3.2 RADIATED EMISSION MEASUREMENT
3.2.1 RADIATED EMISSION LIMITS
in any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the operating frequency band. In case the emission fall within
the Restricted band specified on Part15.205(a)&209(a) limit in the table and according to ANSI
C63.10-2013 below has to be followed.
LIMITS OF RADIATED EMISSION MEASUREMENT (0.009MHz - 1000MHz)
Frequencies
Field Strength
Measurement Distance
(MHz)
(micorvolts/meter)
(meters)
0.009~0.490
2400/F(KHz)
300
0.490~1.705
24000/F(KHz)
30
1.705~30.0
30
30
30~88
100
88~216
150
216~960
200
Above 960
500
LIMITS OF RADIATED EMISSION MEASUREMENT (1000MHz-25GHz)
FREQUENCY (MHz)
Above 1000
(dBuV/m) (at 3M)
PEAK
AVERAGE
74
54
Notes:
(1) The limit for radiated test was performed according to FCC PART 15C.
(2) The tighter limit applies at the band edges.
(3) Emission level (dBuV/m)=20log Emission level (uV/m).
For Radiated Emission
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Detector
Peak/AV
Start Frequency
1000 MHz(Peak/AV)
Stop Frequency
10th carrier hamonic(Peak/AV)
RB / VB (emission in restricted
band)
For Band edge
Spectrum Parameter
Detector
Start/Stop Frequency
RB / VB (emission in restricted band)
1 MHz /3MHz
Setting
Peak/AV
Lower Band Edge: 2300 to 2422 MHz
Upper Band Edge: 2452 to 2500 MHz
1 MHz /3MHz
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Receiver Parameter
Setting
Start ~ Stop Frequency
9kHz~90kHz / RB 200Hz for PK & AV
Start ~ Stop Frequency
90kHz~110kHz / RB 200Hz for QP
Start ~ Stop Frequency
110kHz~490kHz / RB 200Hz for PK & AV
Start ~ Stop Frequency
490kHz~30MHz / RB 9kHz for QP
Start ~ Stop Frequency
30MHz~1000MHz / RB 120kHz for QP
3.2.2 TEST PROCEDURE
a. The measuring distance of at 3 m shall be used for measurements at frequency 0.009MHz up
to 1GHz. For frequencies above 1GHz, any suitable measuring distance may be used.
b. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters(above 1GHz is 1.5 m) above the
ground at a 3 meter anechoic chamber. The table was rotated 360 degrees to determine the
position of the highest radiation.
c. The height of the equipment shall be 0.8 m(above 1GHz is 1.5 m); the height of the test
antenna shall vary between 1 m to 4 m. Horizontal and vertical polarizations of the antenna
are set to make the measurement
d. The initial step in collecting conducted emission data is a spectrum analyzer peak detector
mode pre-scanning the measurement frequency range. Significant peaks are then marked and
then Quasi Peak detector mode re-measured.
e. If the Peak Mode measured value compliance with and lower than Quasi Peak Mode Limit, the
EUT shall be deemed to meet QP Limits and then no additional QP Mode measurement
performed.
f. For the actual test configuration, please refer to the related Item –EUT Test Photos.
Note:
Both horizontal and vertical antenna polarities were tested and performed test to three
orthogonal axis. The worst case emissions were reported
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3.2.3 TEST SETUP
(A)Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency Below 30MHz
(B)Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency 30MHz~1GHz
(C)Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency Above 1GHz
3.2.4 EUT OPERATING CONDITIONS
The EUT tested system was configured as the statements of 2.3 Unless otherwise a special
operating condition is specified in the follows during the testing.
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3.2.5 FIELD STRENGTH CALCULATION
The field strength is calculated by adding the Antenna Factor and Cable Factor and subtracting
the Amplifier Gain and Duty Cycle Correction Factor (if any) from the measured reading. The
basic equation with a sample calculation is as follows:
FS = RA + AF + CL - AG
Where
FS = Field Strength
CL = Cable Attenuation Factor (Cable Loss)
RA = Reading Amplitude
AG = Amplifier Gain
AF = Antenna Factor
For example
Frequency
FS
RA
AF
CL
AG
Factor
(MHz)
(dBμV/m)
(dBμV/m)
(dB)
(dB)
(dB)
(dB)
40
58.1
12.2
1.6
31.9
-18.1
300
Factor=AF+CL-AG
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3.2.6 TEST RESULT
9KHz-30MHz
Temperature:
25 ℃
Relative Humidtity:
61%
Test Voltage :
DC 7.4V from Battery
Polarization :
--
Test Mode :
TX Mode
Freq.
Reading
Limit
Margin
State
(MHz)
(dBuV/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dB)
P/F
Test
Result
--
--
--
--
--
PASS
--
--
--
--
--
PASS
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20dB below the
permissible value has no need to be reported.
Distance extrapolation factor =40 log (specific distance/test distance)(dB);
Limit line = specific limits(dBuv) + distance extrapolation factor.
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(30MHz - 1000MHz)
Temperature:
25.7 ℃
Relative Humidtity:63%
Test Voltage :
DC 7.4V from Battery
Polarization :
Test Mode :
Mode 1~16(Mode 12 worst mode)
Horizontal
Frequency
Reading
Correct
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBuV)
Factor(dB/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dB)
30.3173
27.75
-11.35
16.40
40.00
-23.60
QP
68.6310
41.30
-24.14
17.16
40.00
-22.84
QP
119.8556
34.82
-17.70
17.12
43.50
-26.38
QP
263.8190
41.54
-15.22
26.32
46.00
-19.68
QP
601.4265
32.89
-7.12
25.77
46.00
-20.23
QP
962.1623
28.27
-0.12
28.15
54.00
-25.85
QP
Remark:
1. Margin = Result (Result =Reading + Factor )–Limit
Remark
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Temperature:
25.7 ℃
Relative Humidtity:
63%
Test Voltage :
DC 7.4V from Battery
Polarization :
Vertical
Test Mode :
Mode 1~16(Mode 12 worst mode)
Frequency
Reading
Correct
Result
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBuV)
Factor(dB/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dBuV/m)
(dB)
31.9545
28.94
-12.20
16.74
40.00
-23.26
QP
68.6310
39.59
-24.14
15.45
40.00
-24.55
QP
119.8555
43.11
-17.70
25.41
43.50
-18.09
QP
263.8190
33.14
-15.22
17.92
46.00
-28.08
QP
582.7424
30.22
-6.77
23.45
46.00
-22.55
QP
965.5421
29.15
-0.14
29.01
54.00
-24.99
QP
Remark:.
1. Margin = Result (Result =Reading + Factor )–Limit
Remark
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(1000MHz-25GHz) Restricted band and Spurious emission Requirements
802.11n20 Low Channel (Antenna A+B)
Meter
Antenna
Orrected
Emission
Frequency
Reading
Amplifier
Loss
Factor
Factor
Level
Limits
Margin
Detector
(MHz)
(dBμV)
(dB)
(dB)
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dBμV/m)
(dBμV/m)
(dB)
Type
Comment
Low Channel (2412 MHz)
3264.87
48.74
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
38.94
74.00
-35.06
PK
Vertical
3264.87
38.59
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
28.79
54.00
-25.21
AV
Vertical
3264.59
48.47
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
38.67
74.00
-35.33
PK
Horizontal
3264.59
39.12
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
29.32
54.00
-24.68
AV
Horizontal
4824.40
58.70
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
55.14
74.00
-18.86
PK
Vertical
4824.40
39.24
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
35.68
54.00
-18.32
AV
Vertical
4824.57
58.39
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
54.83
74.00
-19.17
PK
Horizontal
4824.57
38.42
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
34.86
54.00
-19.14
AV
Horizontal
5359.60
45.12
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
42.78
74.00
-31.22
PK
Vertical
5359.60
36.97
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
34.63
54.00
-19.37
AV
Vertical
5359.66
45.24
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
42.90
74.00
-31.10
PK
Horizontal
5359.66
37.88
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
35.54
54.00
-18.46
AV
Horizontal
7235.75
50.54
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
53.94
74.00
-20.06
PK
Vertical
7235.75
32.64
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
36.04
54.00
-17.96
AV
Vertical
7235.77
50.53
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
53.93
74.00
-20.07
PK
Horizontal
7235.77
32.86
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
36.26
54.00
-17.74
AV
Horizontal
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802.11n20 Mid Channel (Antenna A+B)
Meter
Antenna
Orrected
Emission
Frequency
Reading
Amplifier
Loss
Factor
Factor
Level
Limits
Margin
Detector
(MHz)
(dBμV)
(dB)
(dB)
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dBμV/m)
(dBμV/m)
(dB)
Type
Comment
Low Channel (2437 MHz)
3264.62
47.98
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
38.18
74.00
-35.82
PK
Vertical
3264.62
38.12
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
28.32
54.00
-25.68
AV
Vertical
3264.61
47.81
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
38.01
74.00
-35.99
PK
Horizontal
3264.61
37.91
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
28.11
54.00
-25.89
AV
Horizontal
4874.51
58.41
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
54.85
74.00
-19.15
PK
Vertical
4874.51
38.66
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
35.10
54.00
-18.90
AV
Vertical
4874.44
58.93
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
55.37
74.00
-18.63
PK
Horizontal
4874.44
39.19
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
35.63
54.00
-18.37
AV
Horizontal
5359.87
45.18
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
42.84
74.00
-31.16
PK
Vertical
5359.87
37.91
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
35.57
54.00
-18.43
AV
Vertical
5359.60
45.40
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
43.06
74.00
-30.94
PK
Horizontal
5359.60
37.67
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
35.33
54.00
-18.67
AV
Horizontal
7310.75
50.52
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
53.92
74.00
-20.08
PK
Vertical
7310.75
32.76
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
36.16
54.00
-17.84
AV
Vertical
7310.79
50.87
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
54.27
74.00
-19.73
PK
Horizontal
7310.79
33.00
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
36.40
54.00
-17.60
AV
Horizontal
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802.11n20 High Channel(Antenna A+B)
Meter
Antenna
Orrected
Emission
Frequency
Reading
Amplifier
Loss
Factor
Factor
Level
Limits
Margin
Detector
(MHz)
(dBμV)
(dB)
(dB)
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dBμV/m)
(dBμV/m)
(dB)
Type
Comment
Low Channel (2462 MHz)
3264.88
49.07
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
39.27
74.00
-34.73
PK
Vertical
3264.88
39.76
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
29.96
54.00
-24.04
AV
Vertical
3264.69
48.34
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
38.54
74.00
-35.46
PK
Horizontal
3264.69
38.62
44.70
6.70
28.20
-9.80
28.82
54.00
-25.18
AV
Horizontal
4924.50
59.13
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
55.57
74.00
-18.43
PK
Vertical
4924.50
38.11
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
34.55
54.00
-19.45
AV
Vertical
4924.36
59.10
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
55.54
74.00
-18.46
PK
Horizontal
4924.36
38.48
44.20
9.04
31.60
-3.56
34.92
54.00
-19.08
AV
Horizontal
5359.60
45.17
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
42.83
74.00
-31.17
PK
Vertical
5359.60
37.56
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
35.22
54.00
-18.78
AV
Vertical
5359.78
45.93
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
43.59
74.00
-30.41
PK
Horizontal
5359.78
37.60
44.20
9.86
32.00
-2.34
35.26
54.00
-18.74
AV
Horizontal
7385.91
51.97
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
55.37
74.00
-18.63
PK
Vertical
7385.91
32.70
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
36.10
54.00
-17.90
AV
Vertical
7385.88
51.95
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
55.35
74.00
-18.65
PK
Horizontal
7385.88
33.25
43.50
11.40
35.50
3.40
36.65
54.00
-17.35
AV
Horizontal
Remark:
1. Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
2. Scan with 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n (HT-20), 802.11n (HT-40) all have been tested the antenna A and antenna B,
the worst case is 802.11n (HT-20) of the antenna A+B
Emission Level = Meter Reading + Factor; Margin = Limit - Emission Leve
3.The frequency emission of peak points that did not show above the forms are at least 20dB below the limit, the
frequency emission is mainly from the environment noise.
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3.2.6 TEST RESULTS (Band edge Requirements)
Meter
Antenna
Orrected
Emission
Frequency
Reading
Amplifier
Loss
Factor
Factor
Level
Limits
Margin
Detector
(MHz)
(dBμV)
(dB)
(dB)
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dBμV/m)
(dBμV/m)
(dB)
Type
Comment
802.11b
2390.00
67.78
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
54.79
74.00
-19.21
PK
Vertical
2390.00
54.14
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
41.15
54.00
-12.85
AV
Vertical
2390.00
69.12
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
56.13
74.00
-17.87
PK
Horizontal
2390.00
52.82
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
39.83
54.00
-14.17
AV
Horizontal
2483.50
69.76
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
56.98
74.00
-17.02
PK
Vertical
2483.50
53.21
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
40.43
54.00
-13.57
AV
Vertical
2483.50
69.53
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
56.75
74.00
-17.25
PK
Horizontal
2483.50
52.38
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
39.60
54.00
-14.40
AV
Horizontal
802.11g
2390.00
66.44
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
53.45
74.00
-20.55
PK
Vertical
2390.00
53.48
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
40.49
54.00
-13.51
AV
Vertical
2390.00
65.20
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
52.21
74.00
-21.79
PK
Horizontal
2390.00
53.40
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
40.41
54.00
-13.59
AV
Horizontal
2483.50
65.55
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
52.77
74.00
-21.23
PK
Vertical
2483.50
53.46
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
40.68
54.00
-13.32
AV
Vertical
2483.50
66.38
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
53.60
74.00
-20.40
PK
Horizontal
2483.50
53.36
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
40.58
54.00
-13.42
AV
Horizontal
802.11n20
2390.00
67.06
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
54.07
74.00
-19.93
PK
Vertical
2390.00
52.52
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
39.53
54.00
-14.47
AV
Vertical
2390.00
65.42
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
52.43
74.00
-21.57
PK
Horizontal
2390.00
53.74
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
40.75
54.00
-13.25
AV
Horizontal
2483.50
65.19
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
52.41
74.00
-21.59
PK
Vertical
2483.50
52.32
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
39.54
54.00
-14.46
AV
Vertical
2483.50
66.08
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
53.30
74.00
-20.70
PK
Horizontal
2483.50
52.64
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
39.86
54.00
-14.14
AV
Horizontal
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Meter
Antenna
Orrected
Emission
Report No.: STS1805169W03
Frequency
Reading
Amplifier
Loss
Factor
Factor
Level
Limits
Margin
Detector
(MHz)
(dBμV)
(dB)
(dB)
(dB/m)
(dB)
(dBμV/m)
(dBμV/m)
(dB)
Type
Comment
802.11n40
2390.00
66.86
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
53.87
74.00
-20.13
PK
Vertical
2390.00
52.91
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
39.92
54.00
-14.08
AV
Vertical
2390.00
65.12
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
52.13
74.00
-21.87
PK
Horizontal
2390.00
54.32
43.80
4.91
25.90
-12.99
41.33
54.00
-12.67
AV
Horizontal
2483.50
66.09
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
53.31
74.00
-20.69
PK
Vertical
2483.50
53.26
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
40.48
54.00
-13.52
AV
Vertical
2483.50
66.29
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
53.51
74.00
-20.49
PK
Horizontal
2483.50
53.30
43.80
5.12
25.90
-12.78
40.52
54.00
-13.48
AV
Horizontal
Remark: Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier.
Low measurement frequencies is range from 2300 to 2422 MHz, high measurement frequencies is range from
2452 to 2500 MHz.
Only show the worst point data of the emissions in the frequency 2300-2422 MHz and 2452-2500 MHz.
802.11b , 802.11g: ANT A and ANT B all have been tested ,only worse case is reported
802.11n20 , 802.11n40: MIMO TX mode
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4. CONDUCTED SPURIOUS & BAND EDGE EMISSION
4.1 APPLIED PROCEDURES / LIMIT
According to FCC section 15.247(d), in any 100kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which
the spread spectrum or digitally modulated intentional radiator is operating, the radio frequency
power that is produced by the intentional radiator shall be at least 20dB below that in the 100kHz
bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired power, based on either an
RF conducted or a radiated measurement.
4.2 TEST PROCEDURE
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Detector
Peak
Start/Stop Frequency
30 MHz to 10th carrier harmonic
RB / VB (emission in restricted band)
100 KHz/300 KHz
Trace-Mode:
Max hold
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Detector
Peak
For Band edge
Start/Stop Frequency
Lower Band Edge: 2300 to 2422 MHz
Upper Band Edge: 2452 to 2500 MHz
RB / VB (emission in restricted band)
100 KHz/300 KHz
Trace-Mode:
Max hold
4.3 DEVIATION FROM STANDARD
No deviation.
4.4 TEST SETUP
The EUT which is powered by the Battery, is coupled to the Spectrum Analyzer; the RF load
attached to the EUT antenna terminal is 50Ohm; the path loss as the factor is calibrated to correct
the reading.
Make the measurement with the spectrum analyzer's resolution bandwidth (RBW) = 100 kHz. In
order to make an accurate measurement, set the span greater than RBW.
4.5 EUT OPERATION CONDITIONS
The EUT tested system was configured as the statements of 2.3 Unless otherwise a special operating
condition is specified in the follows during the testing.
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4.6 TEST RESULTS
Note: Antenna B Power> Antenna A Power, Both antenna A and B have been test,Only show the
worst data of Antenna B
Temperature:
25 ℃
Relative Humidity: 60%
Test Voltage :
DC 7.4V from Battery
Test Mode :
Antenna B
CH 01
CH 06
TX b Mode /CH01, CH06, CH11
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Band edge
CH 01
CH 11
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Temperature:
25 ℃
Relative Humidity: 60%
Test Voltage :
DC 7.4V from Battery
Test Mode :
Antenna B
CH 01
CH06
TX g Mode /CH01, CH06, CH11
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CH 11
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Band edge
CH 01
CH11
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Temperature: 25 ℃
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Test Voltage :DC 7.4V from Battery Test Mode :
Antenna B
CH 01
CH 06
TX n Mode(20M) /CH01, CH06, CH11
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Band edge
CH 01
CH 11
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Test Voltage :DC 7.4V from Battery Test Mode :
Antenna B
CH 03
TX n Mode(40M) /CH03, CH06, CH09
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CH06
CH09
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Band edge
CH03
CH 09
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5. POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY TEST
5.1 APPLIED PROCEDURES / LIMIT
FCC Part 15.247,Subpart C
Section
Test Item
Limit
Frequency Range
(MHz)
Result
15.247(e)
Power Spectral Density
≤8 dBm
(RBW ≥ 3KHz)
2400-2483.5
PASS
5.2 TEST PROCEDURE
1. Set analyzer center frequency to DTS channel center frequency.
2. Set the span to 1.5 times the DTS channel bandwidth.
3. Set the 100 kHz ≥ RBW ≥ 3 kHz.
4. Set the VBW ≥ 3 x RBW.
5. Detector = peak.
6. Sweep time = auto couple.
7. Trace mode = max hold.
8. Allow trace to fully stabilize.
9. Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level.
10. If measured value exceeds limit, reduce RBW (no less than 3 kHz) and repeat.
5.3 DEVIATION FROM STANDARD
No deviation.
5.4 TEST SETUP
5.5 EUT OPERATION CONDITIONS
The EUT tested system was configured as the statements of 2.3 Unless otherwise a special
operating condition is specified in the follows during the testing.
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5.6 TEST RESULTS
Note: Antenna B Power> Antenna A Power, Both antenna A and B have been test,Only show the
worst data of Antenna B
Temperature:
25 ℃
Test Voltage :
DC 7.4V from Battery Test Mode :
Relative Humidity: 60%
TX b Mode /CH01, CH06, CH11
Power Density
Frequency
ANT A
(dBm)
ANT B
(dBm)
TOTAL
(dBm)
2412
2437
2462
-10.264
-9.841
-10.131
-9.368
-8.823
-9.155
----
Antenna B
TX CH01
Limit
(dBm)
Result
≤8
≤8
≤8
PASS
PASS
PASS
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TX CH06
TX CH11
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Temperature:
25 ℃
Test Voltage :
DC 7.4V from Battery Test Mode :
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TX g Mode /CH01, CH06, CH11
Power Density
Frequency
ANT A
(dBm)
ANT B
(dBm)
TOTAL
(dBm)
2412
2437
2462
-13.074
-12.031
-13.084
-12.088
-11.053
-12.091
----
Antenna B
TX CH01
Limit
(dBm)
Result
≤8
≤8
≤8
PASS
PASS
PASS
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TX CH06
TX CH11
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Temperature: 25 ℃
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Relative Humidity: 60%
Test Voltage :DC 7.4V from Battery Test Mode :
TX n Mode(20M) /CH01, CH06, CH11
Power Density
Frequency
ANT A
(dBm)
ANT B
(dBm)
TOTAL
(dBm)
2412
2437
2462
-13.465
-14.185
-14.011
-12.496
-13.273
-13.016
-9.943
-10.695
-10.475
Antenna B
TX CH01
Limit
(dBm)
Result
≤8
≤8
≤8
PASS
PASS
PASS
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TX CH06
TX CH11
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Temperature: 25 ℃
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Test Voltage :DC 7.4V from Battery Test Mode :
TX n Mode(40M) /CH03, CH06, CH09
Power Density
Frequency
ANT A
(dBm)
ANT B
(dBm)
TOTAL
(dBm)
2422
2437
2452
-17.740
-18.432
-17.231
-16.750
-17.510
-16.240
-14.207
-14.936
-13.697
Antenna B
TX CH03
Limit
(dBm)
Result
≤8
≤8
≤8
PASS
PASS
PASS
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TX CH06
TX CH09
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6. BANDWIDTH TEST
6.1 APPLIED PROCEDURES / LIMIT
FCC Part 15.247,Subpart C
Section
Test Item
15.247(a)(2)
Bandwidth
Limit
≥500KHz
(6dB bandwidth)
Frequency Range
(MHz)
2400-2483.5
Result
PASS
6.2 TEST PROCEDURE
The automatic bandwidth measurement capability of an instrument may be employed using the X
dB bandwidth mode with X set to 6 dB, if the functionality described above (i.e., RBW = 100 kHz,
VBW≥3RBW, peak detector with maximum hold) is implemented by the instrumentation function.
When using this capability, care shall be taken so that the bandwidth measurement is not
influenced by any intermediate power nulls in the fundamental emission that might be≥6 dB.
6.3 DEVIATION FROM STANDARD
No deviation.
6.4 TEST SETUP
6.5 EUT OPERATION CONDITIONS
The EUT tested system was configured as the statements of 2.3 Unless otherwise a special
operating condition is specified in the follows during the testing.
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6.6 TEST RESULTS
Note: Antenna B Power> Antenna A Power, Both antenna A and B have been test,Only show the
worst data of Antenna B
Temperature: 25 ℃
Relative Humidity: 60%
Test Voltage :DC 7.4V from Battery
Test Mode :
Frequency
6dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
TX b Mode /CH01, CH06, CH11
Channel
Separation
Result
ANTENNA -A
ANTENNA -B
(KHz)
2412 MHz
10.02
10.10
≥500KHz
PASS
2437 MHz
10.05
10.11
≥500KHz
PASS
2462 MHz
10.91
11.04
≥500KHz
PASS
Antenna B
TX CH 01
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TX CH 11
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Temperature: 25 ℃
Relative Humidity: 60%
Test Voltage :DC 7.4V from Battery
Test Mode :
Frequency
6dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
TX g Mode /CH01, CH06, CH11
Channel
Separation
Result
ANTENNA -A
ANTENNA -B
(KHz)
2412 MHz
15.02
15.08
≥500KHz
PASS
2437 MHz
15.40
15.42
≥500KHz
PASS
2462 MHz
15.61
15.67
≥500KHz
PASS
Antenna B
TX CH 01
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TX CH 11
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Temperature: 25 ℃
Relative Humidity: 60%
Test Voltage :DC 7.4V from Battery Test Mode :
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6dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
TX n Mode(20M) /CH01, CH06, CH11
Channel
Separation
Result
ANTENNA -A
ANTENNA -B
(KHz)
2412 MHz
15.02
15.07
≥500KHz
PASS
2437 MHz
15.91
15.97
≥500KHz
PASS
2462 MHz
16.23
16.29
≥500KHz
PASS
Antenna B
TX CH 01
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TX CH 11
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Temperature: 25 ℃
Relative Humidity: 60%
Test Voltage :DC 7.4V from Battery Test Mode :
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6dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
TX n Mode(40M) /CH03, CH06, CH09
Channel
Separation
Result
ANTENNA -A
ANTENNA -B
(KHz)
2422 MHz
27.90
27.94
≥500KHz
PASS
2437 MHz
35.02
35.09
≥500KHz
PASS
2452 MHz
29.01
29.06
≥500KHz
PASS
Antenna B
TX CH 03
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TX CH 09
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7. PEAK OUTPUT POWER TEST
7.1 APPLIED PROCEDURES / LIMIT
FCC Part 15.247,Subpart C
Section
Test Item
Limit
15.247(b)(3)
Output Power
1 watt or 30dBm
Frequency Range
(MHz)
2400-2483.5
Result
PASS
7.2 TEST PROCEDURE
a. The EUT was directly connected to the Power Meter
7.3 DEVIATION FROM STANDARD
No deviation.
7.4 TEST SETUP
EUT
Power meter
7.5 EUT OPERATION CONDITIONS
The EUT tested system was configured as the statements of 2.3 Unless otherwise a special
operating condition is specified in the follows during the testing.
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7.6 TEST RESULTS
Note: Antenna B Power> Antenna A Power, Both antenna A and B have been test, 802.11b/g
model cannot output Power at the same time.
Temperature:
25 ℃
Test Voltage :
DC 7.4V from Battery
Relative Humidity: 60%
Power
TX 802.11b Mode
Frequency
ANT A
ANT B
ANT A+ANT B
LIMIT
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dBm)
dBm
CH01
2412
8.13
9.15
--
30
CH06
2437
8.24
9.22
--
30
CH11
2462
8.33
9.46
--
30
Test Channe
TX 802.11g Mode
Frequency
ANT A
ANT B
ANT A+ANT B
LIMIT
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dBm)
dBm
CH01
2412
7.39
8.46
--
30
CH06
2437
7.23
8.41
--
30
CH11
2462
7.12
8.33
--
30
Test Channe
TX 802.11n20 Mode
Frequency
ANT A
ANT B
ANT A+ANT B
LIMIT
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dBm)
dBm
CH01
2412
5.84
6.95
9.44
30
CH06
2437
5.74
6.84
9.34
30
CH11
2462
5.66
6.74
9.24
30
Test Channe
TX 802.11n40 Mode
Frequency
ANT A
ANT B
ANT A+ANT B
LIMIT
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dBm)
dBm
CH03
2422
4.94
5.84
8.42
30
CH06
2437
4.93
5.73
8.36
30
CH09
2452
4.72
5.71
8.25
30
Test Channe
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8. ANTENNA REQUIREMENT
8.1 STANDARD REQUIREMENT
15.203 requirement: For intentional device, 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.
8.2 EUT ANTENNA
The EUT antenna is PIFA Antenna. It comply with the standard requirement.
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APPENDIX - PHOTOS OF TEST SETUP
Radiated Measurement Photos
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Conducted Measurement Photos
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