W562 Smart Watch ( with BT,WIFI) RF Exposure Info SZ18100025S01 FCC SAR Report Hyco Genyong Technology Co., Ltd.

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REPORT No.:SZ18100025S01
TEST REPORT
APPLICANT
: Hyco Genyong Technology Co., Ltd.
PRODUCT NAME
: Smart Watch
MODEL NAME
: W562
BRAND NAME
: HYCO
FCC ID
: 2ARHS-W562
STANDARD(S)
: FCC 47CFR 2.1093
IEEE 1528-2013
RECEIPT DATE
: 2018-10-16
TEST DATE
: 2018-10-18 to 2018-11-15
ISSUE DATE
: 2018-12-11
Edited by:
Approved by:
Su Jinhai (Rapporteur)
Peng Huarui (Supervisor)
NOTE: This document is issued by MORLAB, the test report shall not be reproduced except in full without prior written permission of the
company. The test results apply only to the particular sample(s) tested and to the specific tests carried out which is available on request for
validation and information confirmed at our website.
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DIRECTORY
1 SAR RESULTS SUMMARY...................................................................................................................................... 4
2 TECHNICAL INFORMATION.....................................................................................................................................5
2.1 APPLICANT AND MANUFACTURER INFORMATION......................................................................................................................5
2.2 EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) DESCRIPTION......................................................................................................................5
2.3 ENVIRONMENT OF TEST SITE.................................................................................................................................................... 5
3 INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................................................................. 6
3.2 SAR DEFINITION..........................................................................................................................................................................6
4 RF EXPOSURE LIMITS............................................................................................................................................. 7
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
UNCONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT..................................................................................................................................................7
CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT...................................................................................................................................................... 7
RF EXPOSURE LIMITS................................................................................................................................................................ 7
APPLIED REFERENCE DOCUMENTS........................................................................................................................................... 8
5 SAR MEASUREMENT SYSTEM..............................................................................................................................9
5.1 E-FIELD PROBE..........................................................................................................................................................................10
5.2 DATA ACQUISITION ELECTRONICS (DAE).............................................................................................................................. 11
5.3 ROBOT.........................................................................................................................................................................................12
5.4 MEASUREMENT SERVER............................................................................................................................................................12
5.5 LIGHT BEAM UNIT..................................................................................................................................................................... 12
5.6 PHANTOM.................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
5.7 DEVICE HOLDER........................................................................................................................................................................ 13
5.8 DATA STORAGE AND EVALUATION.......................................................................................................................................... 14
5.9 TEST EQUIPMENT LIST............................................................................................................................................................. 16
5.10 TISSUE SIMULATING LIQUIDS................................................................................................................................................. 17
6 SAR SYSTEM VERIFICATION...............................................................................................................................20
7 EUT TESTING POSITION........................................................................................................................................22
7.1 SAR EVALUATIONS NEAR THE MOUTH/JAW REGIONS OF THE SAM PHANTOM............................................................ 22
7.2 LIMB-WORN ACCESSORY CONFIGURATIONS........................................................................................................................... 22
8 MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES.......................................................................................................................... 23
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
SPATIAL PEAK SAR EVALUATION........................................................................................................................................... 23
POWER REFERENCE MEASUREMENT...................................................................................................................................... 24
AREA & ZOOM SCAN PROCEDURES...................................................................................................................................... 24
VOLUME SCAN PROCEDURES.................................................................................................................................................. 25
SAR AVERAGED METHODS......................................................................................................................................................25
POWER DRIFT MONITORING.....................................................................................................................................................25
9 CONDUCTED RF OUTPUT POWER....................................................................................................................26
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
WLAN 2.4 GHZ BAND CONDUCTED POWER.......................................................................................................................26
WLAN 5.2 GHZ BAND CONDUCTED POWER.......................................................................................................................27
WLAN 5.3 GHZ BAND CONDUCTED POWER.......................................................................................................................28
WLAN 5.8 GHZ BAND CONDUCTED POWER.......................................................................................................................29
BLUETOOTH CONDUCTED POWER........................................................................................................................................... 30
10 EXPOSURE POSITIONS CONSIDERATION.................................................................................................... 31
10.1 EUT ANTENNA LOCATIONS....................................................................................................................................................31
10.2 TEST POSITIONS CONSIDERATION.........................................................................................................................................32
11 SAR TEST RESULTS SUMMARY......................................................................................................................33
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
STANDALONE SAR DATA....................................................................................................................................................... 33
SAR SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION ANALYSIS..................................................................................................................34
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY................................................................................................................................................35
UNCERTAINTY EVALUATION FOR HANDSET SAR TEST.................................................................................................... 36
MEASUREMENT CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................................. 38
Annex A General Information
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Annex B Test Setup Photos
Annex C Plots of System Performance Check
Annex D Plots of Maximum SAR Test Results
Annex E DASY Calibration Certificate
Version
Date
Description
Test Engineer
1.0
2018-12-11
Original
Su Jinhai
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SAR Results Summary
The maximum results of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) found during test as bellows:
Highest SAR Summary
Frequency
Next to mouth
Wrist-worn
Band
1g (W/kg)
10g (W/kg)
(Separation 10mm)
(Separation 0mm)
2.4GHz WLAN
0.115
0.576
5GHz WLAN
0.083
0.276
Max Scaled SAR
Next to mouth:
0.115 W/Kg
Limit: 1.6 W/Kg
Wrist-worn:
0.576 W/Kg
Limit: 4.0 W/Kg
Note:
1. The highest simultaneous transmission is scalar summation of Reported standalone SAR per FCCKDB
690783 D01 v01r03, and scalar SAR summation of all possible simultaneous transmission scenarios
are< 1.6W/kg(for next to mouth mode) or < 4.0W/kg(for wrist-worn mode).
2. This device is compliance with Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for general population/uncontrolled
exposure limits specified in FCC 47 CFR part 2 (2.1093) and ANSI/IEEE C95.1-2005, and had been
tested in accordance with the measurement methods and procedures specified in IEEE 1528-2013.
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Technical Information
Note: Provide by manufacturer.
2.1 Applicant and Manufacturer Information
Applicant:
Hyco Genyong Technology Co., Ltd.
Applicant Address:
Room 105, 1/F, Building B, No.999 of Huaxu Road, Qingpu District,
Shanghai, CN
Manufacturer:
HYCO Information Technology Co., Ltd
Manufacturer Address:
Room 3A07, Tower B, North Zone, No.999, Huaxu Road, Qingpu
District, Shanghai
2.2 Equipment Under Test (EUT) Description
EUT Type:
Smart Watch
Hardware Version:
W562_V1.2
Software Version:
W562-FL_6.0_20180625_1408
Operation Frequency:
Bluetooth: 2402 MHz ~ 2480 MHz
Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g/n-HT20: 2412MHz ~ 2462 MHz
802.11n-HT40 :2422MHz~2452MHz
802.11a/n: 5180MHz~5240MHz,5260MHz~5320MHz
802.11a/n: 5745MHz~5825MHz
Modulation technology:
Bluetooth: GFSK/π/4DQPSK/8DPSK
Wi-Fi: 802.11b: DSSS, 802.11a/g/n: OFDM
Antenna Type:
FPC Antenna
Battery:
Model Name:
964655P
Power Rating:
3600mAh
3.8V
2.3 Environment of Test Site
Temperature:
18C ~25 C
Humidity:
35%~75% RH
Atmospheric Pressure:
1010 mbar
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Introduction
3.1 Introduction
SAR is related to the rate at which energy is absorbed per unit mass in an object exposed to a radio field. The
SAR distribution in a biological body is complicated and is usually carried out by experimental techniques or
numerical modeling. The standard recommends limits for two tiers of groups, occupational/controlled and
general population/uncontrolled, based on a person’s awareness and ability to exercise control over his or her
exposure. In general, occupational/controlled exposure limits are higher than the limits for general
population/uncontrolled.
3.2 SAR Definition
The SAR definition is the time derivative (rate) of the incremental energy (dW) absorbed by (dissipated in) an
incremental mass (dm) contained in a volume element (dv) of a given density (ρ). The equation description is
as below:
SAR 
d  dU  d  dU 


 
dt  dm  dt  dv 
SAR is expressed in units of Watts per kilogram (W/kg)
SAR measurement can be either related to the temperature elevation in tissue by
 T 
SAR  C 

 t 
Where: C is the specific heat capacity,  T is the temperature rise and
related to the electrical field in the tissue by
SAR 
 t is the exposure duration, or
  E2

Where: σ is the conductivity of the tissue, ρ is the mass density of the tissue and E is the RMS electrical field
strength. However for evaluating SAR of low power transmitter, electrical field measurement is typically
applied.
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RF Exposure Limits
4.1 Uncontrolled Environment
Uncontrolled Environments are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individuals who have no
knowledge or control of their exposure. The general population/uncontrolled exposure limits are applicable to
situations in which the general public may be exposed or in which persons who are exposed as a
consequence of their employment may not be made fully aware of the potential for exposure or cannot
exercise control over their exposure. Members of the general public would come under this category when
exposure is not employment-related; for example, in the case of a wireless transmitter that exposes persons
in its vicinity.
4.2 Controlled Environment
Controlled Environments are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred by persons
who are aware of the potential for exposure, (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation). In general,
occupational/controlled exposure limits are applicable to situations in which persons are exposed as a
consequence of their employment, who have been made fully aware of the potential for exposure and can
exercise control over their exposure. This exposure category is also applicable when the exposure is of a
transient nature due to incidental passage through a location where the exposure levels may be higher than
the general population/uncontrolled limits, but the exposed person is fully aware of the potential for exposure
and can exercise control over his or her exposure by leaving the area or by some other appropriate means.
4.3 RF Exposure Limits
Note:
1. The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 1 gram of tissue (defined as a tissue volume in the
shape of a cube) and over the appropriate averaging time.
2. The Spatial Average value of the SAR averaged over the whole body.
3. The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 10 grams of tissue (defined as a tissue volume in
the shape of a cube) and over the appropriate averaging time.
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4.4 Applied Reference Documents
Leading reference documents for testing:
No.
Identity
47 CFR§2.1093
Document Title
Radio Frequency Radiation Exposure Evaluation: Portable Devices
IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak
IEEE 1528-2013
Spatial-Average Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head
from Wireless Communications Devices:
Measurement Techniques
KDB 447498 D01v06
KDB 248227 D01v02r02
SAR Measurement Procedures for 802.11 Transmitters
KDB 865664 D01v01r04
SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz
KDB 865664 D02v01r02
RF Exposure Reporting
KDB 941225 D06v02r01
MORLAB
General RF Exposure Guidance
SAR Evaluation Procedures For Portable Devices With Wireless
Router Capabilities
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SAR Measurement System
Fig.5.1 SPEAG DASY System Configurations
The DASY system for performance compliance tests is illustrated above graphically. This system consists of
thefollowing items:
 A standard high precision 6-axis robot with controller, a teach pendant and software
 A data acquisition electronic (DAE) attached to the robot arm extension
 A dosimetric probe equipped with an optical surface detector system
 The electro-optical converter (EOC) performs the conversion between optical and electrical signals
 A measurement server performs the time critical tasks such as signal filtering, control of the robot
operationand fast movement interrupts.
 A probe alignment unit which improves the accuracy of the probe positioning
 A computer operating Windows XP
 DASY software
 Remove control with teach pendant and additional circuitry for robot safety such as warming lamps, etc.
 The SAM twin phantom
 A device holder
 Tissue simulating liquid
 Dipole for evaluating the proper functioning of the system
Component details are described in the following sub-sections.
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5.1 E-Field Probe
The SAR measurement is conducted with the dosimetric probe (manufactured by SPEAG). The probe is
specially designed and calibrated for use in liquid with high permittivity. The dosimetric probe has special
calibration in liquid at different frequency. This probe has a built in optical surface detection system to prevent
from collision with phantom.
E-Field Probe Specification

Construction
Symmetrical design with triangular core
Built-in optical fiber for surface detection system.
Built-in shielding against static charges. PEEK
enclosure material (resistant to organic solvents,
e.g., DGBE)
Frequency
10 MHz to 3 GHz; Linearity: ± 0.2 dB
Directivity
± 0.2 dB in HSL (rotation around probe axis)
± 0.4 dB in HSL (rotation normal to probe axis)
Dynamic Range
5 µW/g to 100 mW/g; Linearity: ± 0.2 dB
Dimensions
Overall length: 330 mm (Tip: 16 mm)
Tip diameter: 6.8 mm (Body: 12 mm)
Distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 2.7
mm
Fig 5.2 Photo of ES3DV3

Construction
Symmetrical design with triangular core
Built-in shielding against static charges
PEEK enclosure material (resistant to organic
solvents, e.g., DGBE)
Frequency
10 MHz to 6 GHz; Linearity: ± 0.2 dB
Directivity
± 0.3 dB in HSL (rotation around probe axis)
± 0.5 dB in tissue material (rotation normal to
probe axis)
Dynamic Range
10 µW/g to 100 mW/g; Linearity: ± 0.2 dB
Dimensions
Overall length: 330 mm (Tip: 20 mm)
Tip diameter: 2.5 mm (Body: 12 mm)
Typical distance from probe tip to dipole centers:
1 mm
Fig 5.3 Photo of EX3DV4


E-Field Probe Calibration
Each probe needs to be calibrated according to a dosimetric assessment procedure with accuracy better
than ±10%. The spherical isotropy shall be evaluated and within ±0.25 dB. The sensitivity parameters
(Norm X, Norm Y and Norm Z), the diode compression parameter (DCP) and the conversion factor
(ConvF) of the probe are tested. The calibration data can be referred to appendix E of this report.
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5.2 Data Acquisition Electronics (DAE)
The Data acquisition electronics (DAE) consists 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 and 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 input
impedance of the DAE is 200 MOhm; the inputs are symmetrical and
floating. Common mode rejection is above 80 dB.
Fig. 5.4 Photo of DAE
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5.3 Robot
The SPEAG DASY system uses the high precision robots (DASY5: TX60XL) type from Stäubli SA (France).
For the 6-axis controller system, the robot controller version (DASY5: CS8c) from Stäubliis used. The
Stäublirobot series have many features that are important for our application:





High precision (repeatability 0.02 mm)
High reliability (industrial design)
Low maintenance costs (virtually maintenance free due to
direct drive gears; nobelt drives)
Jerk-free straight movements
Low ELF interference (motor control fields shielded via the
closed metallic constructionshields)
Fig. 5.5 Photo of Robot
5.4 Measurement Server
The measurement server is based on a PC/104 CPU board with CPU (DASY 5: 400MHz, Intel Celeron),
chip-disk (DASY5: 128 MB), RAM (DASY5: 128 MB). The necessary circuits for communication with the DAE
electronic box, as well as the 16 bit AD converter system for optical detection and digital I/O interface are
contained on the DASY I/O board, which is directly connected to the PC/104 bus of the CPU board.
The measurement server performs all the real-time data evaluation for field measurements and surface
detection, controls robot movements and handles safety operations.
Fig. 5.6 Photo of Server for DASY5
5.5 Light Beam Unit
The light beam switch allows automatic "tooling" of the probe. During the
process, the actualposition of the probe tip with respect to the robot arm is
measured, as well as the probe lengthand the horizontal probe offset. The
software then corrects all movements, such that the robotcoordinates are
valid for the probe tip.
The repeatability of this process is better than0.1 mm. If a position has
been taught with analigned probe, the same position will be reachedwith
another aligned probe within 0.1 mm, even ifthe other probe has different
dimensions. Duringprobe rotations, the probe tip will keep its
actualposition.
Fig. 5.7 Photo of Light Beam
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5.6 Phantom

2 ± 0.2 mm (sagging: <1%)
Center ear point: 6 ± 0.2 mm
Approx. 25 liters
Length: 1000 mm; Width: 500 mm;
Height: adjustable feet
Shell Thickness
Filling Volume
Dimensions
Measurement
Areas
Left Head, Right Head, Flat phantom
Fig. 5.8Photo of SAM Phantom
The bottom plate contains three pair of bolts for locking the device holder. The device holder positions are
adjusted to the standard measurement positions in the three sections. A white cover is provided to tap the
phantom during off-periods to prevent water evaporation and changes in the liquid parameters. On the
phantom top, three reference markers are provided to identify the phantom position with respect to the robot.
5.7 Device Holder

The SAR in the phantom is approximately inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the
source and the liquid surface. For a source at 5 mm distance, a positioning uncertainty of ±0.5 mm would
produce a SAR uncertainty of ± 20 %. Accurate device positioning is therefore crucial for accurate and
repeatable measurements. The positions in which the devices must be measured are defined by the
standards.
The DASY device holder is designed to cope with different positions given in the standard. It has two scales
for the device rotation (with respect to the body axis) and the device inclination (with respect to the line
between the ear reference points). The rotation center for both scales is the ear reference point (ERP).
Thus the device needs no repositioning when changing the angles.
The DASY device holder is constructed of low-low POM material having the following dielectric parameters:
relative permittivity ε = 3 and loss tangent δ = 0.02. The amount of dielectric material has been reduced in the
closest vicinity of the device, since measurements have suggested that the influence of the clamp on the test
results could thus be lowered.
Fig. 5.9Photo of Device Holder
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The extension is lightweight and made of POM, acrylic glass and foam. It fits easily on the upper part of
the mounting device in place of the phone positioned. The extension is fully compatible with the SAM
Twin and ELI phantoms.
Fig 5.10
Laptop Extension Kit
5.8 Data storage and Evaluation

Data Storage
The DASY software stores the assessed data from the data acquisition electronics as raw data (in
microvolt readings from the probe sensors), together with all the necessary software parameters for the
data evaluation (probe calibration data, liquid parameters and device frequency and modulation data) in
measurement files. The post-processing software evaluates the desired unit and format for output each
time the data is visualized or exported. This allows verifications of the complete software setup even after
the measurement and allows correction of erroneous parameter settings. For example, if a measurement
has been performed with an incorrect crest factor parameter in the device setup, the parameter can be
corrected afterwards and the data can be reevaluated.
The measured data can be visualized or exported in different units or formats, depending on the selected
probe type (e.g., [V/m], [mW/g]). Some of these units are not available in certain situations or give
meaningless results, e.g., a SAR-output in a non-lose media, will always be zero. Raw data can also be
exported to perform the evaluation with other software packages.

Data Evaluation
The DASY post-processing software (SEMCAD) automatically executes the following procedures to
calculate the field units from the microvolt readings at the probe connector. The parameters used in the
evaluation are stored in the configuration modules of the software:
Probe Parameters:
Device Parameters:
Media Parameters:
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These parameters must be set correctly in the software. They can be found in the component documents
or they can be imported into the software from the configuration files issued for the DASY components. In
the direct measuring mode of the multi-meter option, the parameters of the actual system setup are used.
In the scan visualization and export modes, the parameters stored in the corresponding document files
are used.
The first step of the evaluation is a linearization of the filtered input signal to account for the compression
characteristics of the detector diode. The compensation depends on the input signal, the diode type and
the DC-transmission factor from the diode to the evaluation electronics. If the exciting field is pulsed, the
crest factor of the signal must be known to correctly compensate for peak power.
The formula for each channel can be given as:
Vi = U i + U i2 ·
cf
dcpi
WithVi = compensated signal of channel i, (i = x, y, z)
Ui= input signal of channel i, (i = x, y, z)
cf = crest factor of exciting field (DASY parameter)
dcpi= diode compression point (DASY parameter)
From the compensated input signals, the primary field data for each channel can be evaluated:
E- Field Probes: Ei =
H-Field Probes:
H i = Vi 
vi
Normi ConvF
a i 0  a i1 f  a i 2 f
WithVi = compensated signal of channel i, (i = x, y, z)
Normi= senor sensitivity of channel i, (i = x, y, z), µV/ (V/m) 2
ConvF = sensitivity enhancement in solution
aij = sensor sensitivity factors for H-field probes
f = carrier frequency (GHz)
Ei = electric field strength of channel i in V/m
Hi = magnetic field strength of channel i in A/m
The RSS value of the field components gives the total field strength (Hermitian magnitude):
Etot=
E x2  E y2  E z2
The primary field data are used to calculate the derived field units.
SAR = Etot


  1000
With
SAR = local specific absorption rate in mW/g
Etot= total field strength in V/m
σ = conductivity in (mho/m) or (Siemens/m)
ρ= equipment tissue density in g/cm3
Note that the density is set to 1, to account for actual head tissue density rather than the density of the tissue
simulating liquid.
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5.9 Test Equipment List
Manufacturer
Name of Equipment
Type/Model
SPEAG
2450MHz System Validation Kit
SPEAG
Serial
Calibration
Number
Last Cal.
Due Date
D2450V2
997
2018.06.26
2019.06.25
5000MHz System Validation Kit
D5GHzV2
1176
2018.11.06
2019.11.05
SPEAG
Dosimetric E-Field Probe
ES3DV3
3154
2017.10.30
2018.10.29
SPEAG
Dosimetric E-Field Probe
EX3DV4
3823
2018.11.12
2019.11.11
SPEAG
Data Acquisition Electronics
DAE4
1516
2018.07.14
2019.07.13
SPEAG
SAM Twin Phantom 1
QD 000 P40 CB
TP-1471
NCR
NCR
SPEAG
SAM Twin Phantom 2
QD 000 P40 CB
TP-1464
NCR
NCR
SPEAG
Phone Positioner
N/A
N/A
NCR
NCR
R&S
Network Emulator
CMW500
124534
2018.04.17
2019.04.16
Agilent
Network Analyzer
E5071B
MY42404762
2018.04.17
2019.04.16
mini-circuits
Amplifier
ZHL-42W+
608501717
NCR
NCR
mini-circuits
Amplifier
ZVE-8G+
754401735
NCR
NCR
Agilent
Signal Generator
SMP_02
N/A
2018.04.17
2019.04.16
Agilent
Signal Generator
N5182B
MY53050509
2018.04.17
2019.04.16
Agilent
Power Senor
N8482A
MY41091706
2018.04.17
2019.04.16
Agilent
Power Meter
E4416A
MY45102093
2018.04.17
2019.04.16
Anritsu
Power Sensor
MA2411B
N/A
2018.04.17
2019.04.16
R&S
Power Meter
NRVD
101066
2018.04.17
2019.04.16
MCL
Attenuation1
351-218-010
N/A
NA
NA
THERMOMETER
Thermo meter
DC-803
N/A
2017.12.08
2018.12.07
N/A
Tissue Simulating Liquids
Head 2300-5800MHz
Body 2300-5800MHz
N/A
24H
Note:
1. The calibration certificate of DASY can be referred to appendix C of this report.
2. Referring to KDB 865664 D01v01r04, the dipole calibration interval can be extended to 3 years with
justification. The dipoles are also not physically damaged, or repaired during the interval.
3. The Insertion Loss calibration of Dual Directional Coupler and Attenuator were characterized via the
network analyzer and compensated during system check.
4. The dielectric probe kit was calibrated via the network analyzer, with the specified procedure (calibrated
in pure water) and calibration kit (standard) short circuit, before the dielectric measurement. The specific
procedure and calibration kit are provided by Speag.
5. In system check we need to monitor the level on the power meter, and adjust the power amplifier level to
have precise power level to the dipole; the measured SAR will be normalized to 1W input power
according to the ratio of1W to the input power to the dipole. For system check, the calibration of the
power amplifier is deemed not critically required for correct measurement; the power meter is critical and
we do have calibration for it
6. Attenuator insertion loss is calibrated by the network Analyzer, which the calibration is valid, before
system check.
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7.
N.C.R means No Calibration Requirement.
5.10 Tissue Simulating Liquids
For the measurement of the field distribution inside the SAM phantom with DASY, the phantom must be filled
with around 25 liters of homogeneous body tissue simulating liquid. For head SAR testing, the liquid height
from the ear reference point (ERP) of the phantom to the liquid top surface is larger than 15 cm, which is
shown in Fig. 5.11, for body SAR testing, the liquid height from the center of the flat phantom to liquid top
surface is larger than 15 cm, which is shown in Fig. 5.12.
Fig 5.11 Photo of Liquid Height for Head SAR
Fig 5.12 Photo of Liquid Height for Body SAR
The following table gives the recipes for tissue simulating liquids
Frequency
(MHz)
Water
(%)
Sugar
(%)
Cellulose
(%)
750
835
1800, 1900, 2000
2450
2600
41.1
40.3
55.2
55.0
54.8
57.0
57.9
0.2
0.2
750
835
1800, 1900, 2000
2450
2600
51.7
50.8
70.2
68.6
68.1
47.2
48.2
Salt
(%)
Head
1.4
1.4
0.3
0.1
Body
0.9
0.9
0.4
0.1
Preventol
(%)
DGBE
(%)
Conductivity
(σ)
Permittivity
(εr)
0.2
0.2
44.5
45.0
45.1
0.89
0.90
1.40
1.80
1.96
41.9
41.5
40.0
39.2
39.0
0.1
0.1
29.4
31.4
31.8
0.96
0.97
1.52
1.96
2.16
55.5
55.2
53.3
52.7
52.5
Simulating Liquid for 5GHz, Manufactured by SPEAG
Ingredients
Water
Mineral oil
Emulsifiers
Additives and Salt
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The relative permittivity and conductivity of the tissue material should be within ±5% of the values given in the
table below recommended by the FCC OET 65 supplement C and RSS 102 Issue 5.
Target Frequency
Head
Body
(MHz)
εr
σ(S/m)
εr
σ(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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The dielectric parameters of liquids were verified prior to the SAR evaluation using a Speag Dielectric Probe
Kit and an Agilent Network Analyzer.
The following table shows the measuring results for simulating liquid.
Frequency
(MHz)
Tissue
Type
Liquid
Temp.
(℃)
Conductivity
(σ)
Conductivity
Target (σ)
Delta (σ)
(%)
Limit (%)
Date
2450
HSL
21.1
1.860
1.80
3.33
±5
2018.10.18
5200
HSL
21.1
4.695
4.66
0.75
±5
2018.11.15
5300
HSL
21.1
4.817
4.76
1.20
±5
2018.11.15
5800
HSL
21.1
5.432
5.27
3.07
±5
2018.11.15
2450
MSL
21.1
2.039
1.95
4.56
±5
2018.10.18
5200
MSL
21.1
5.364
5.30
1.21
±5
2018.11.15
5300
MSL
21.1
5.503
5.42
1.53
±5
2018.11.15
5800
MSL
21.1
6.182
6.00
3.03
±5
2018.11.15
Frequency
(MHz)
Tissue
Type
Liquid
Temp.
(℃)
Permittivity
(εr)
Permittivity
Target (εr)
Delta (εr)
(%)
Limit (%)
Date
2450
HSL
21.1
40.045
39.20
2.16
±5
2018.10.18
5200
HSL
21.1
37.042
36.00
2.89
±5
2018.11.15
5300
HSL
21.1
36.838
35.90
2.61
±5
2018.11.15
5800
HSL
21.1
35.732
35.30
1.22
±5
2018.11.15
2450
MSL
21.1
50.603
52.70
-3.98
±5
2018.10.18
5200
MSL
21.1
48.458
49.00
-1.11
±5
2018.11.15
5300
MSL
21.1
48.195
48.90
-1.44
±5
2018.11.15
5800
MSL
21.1
47.417
48.20
-1.62
±5
2018.11.15
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SAR System Verification
Each DASY system is equipped with one or more system validation kits. These units, together with the
predefined measurement procedures within the DASY software, enable the user to conduct the system
performance check and system validation. System validation kit includes a dipole, tripod holder to fix it
underneath the flat phantom and a corresponding distance holder.

Purpose of System Performance check
The system performance check verifies that the system operates within its specifications. System and
operator errors can be detected and corrected. It is recommended that the system performance check be
performed prior to any usage of the system in order to guarantee reproducible results. The system
performance check uses normal SAR measurements in a simplified setup with a well characterized
source. This setup was selected to give a high sensitivity to all parameters that might fail or vary over
time. The system check does not intend to replace the calibration of the components, but indicates
situations where the system uncertainty is exceeded due to drift or failure.

System Setup
In the simplified setup for system evaluation, the EUT is replaced by a calibrated dipole and the power
source is replaced by a continuous wave that comes from a signal generator. The calibrated dipole must
be placed beneath the flat phantom section of the SAM twin phantom with the correct distance holder.
The distance holder should touch the phantom surface with a light pressure at the reference marking and
be oriented parallel to the long side of the phantom. The equipment setup is shown below:
Fig.6.1 System Verification Setup Diagram
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System Verification Results
Comparing to the original SAR value provided by SPEAG, the verification data should be within its
specification of 10%. Below table shows the target SAR and measured SAR after normalized to 1W input
power. The table as below indicates the system performance check can meet the variation criterion and
the plots can be referred to Appendix C of this report.

<1g SAR>
Measured
Targeted
Normalized
1g SAR
1g SAR
1g SAR
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
1516
13.13
52.50
52.52
-0.04
SN3823
1516
8.16
78.20
81.60
-4.17
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
7.83
82.50
78.30
5.36
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
8.13
79.60
81.30
-2.09
MSL
250
D2450V2-997
SN3154
1516
13.40
52.5
53.6
-2.05
5200
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
7.61
74.60
76.1
-1.97
2018.11.15
5300
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
7.74
76.20
77.4
-1.55
2018.11.15
5800
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
7.81
77.90
78.1
-0.26
Dipole
Probe
DAE
Measured
Targeted
Normalized
S/N
S/N
S/N
10g SAR
10g SAR
10g SAR
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
Freq.
Tissue
(MHz)
Type
2018.10.18
2450
HSL
2018.11.15
5200
2018.11.15
Input
Dipole
Probe
DAE
S/N
S/N
S/N
250
D2450V2-997
SN3154
HSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
5300
HSL
100
2018.11.15
5800
HSL
2018.10.18
2450
2018.11.15
Date
Power
(mW)
Deviation
(%)
<10g SAR>
Input
Freq.
Tissue
(MHz)
Type
2018.10.18
2450
HSL
250
D2450V2-997
SN3154
1516
6.16
24.70
24.64
0.24
2018.11.15
5200
HSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
2.22
22.50
22.20
1.35
2018.11.15
5300
HSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
2.26
23.50
22.60
3.98
2018.11.15
5800
HSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
2.25
22.90
22.50
1.78
2018.10.18
2450
MSL
250
D2450V2-997
SN3154
1516
6.15
24.50
24.60
-0.41
2018.11.15
5200
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
2.20
21.10
22.00
-4.09
2018.11.15
5300
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
2.21
21.70
22.10
-1.81
2018.11.15
5800
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1176
SN3823
1516
2.22
21.90
22.20
-1.35
Date
Power
(mW)
Deviation
(%)
Note: System checks the specific test data please see Annex C
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EUT Testing Position
This EUT was tested in two different positions. They are front of face for head with phantom 10 mm gap,
wrist-worn of the EUT with phantom 0 mm gap, as illustrated below, please refer to Appendix B for the test
setup photos.
7.1 SAR Evaluations near the Mouth/Jaw Regions of the SAM Phantom
Transmitters that are built-in within a wrist watch or similar wrist-worn devices typically operate in speaker
mode for voice communication, with the device worn on the wrist and positioned next to the mouth. Next to
the mouth exposure requires 1-g SAR and the wrist-worn condition requires 10-g extremity SAR. The 10-g
extremity and 1-g SAR test exclusions may be applied to the wrist and face exposure conditions. When SAR
evaluation is required, next to the mouth use is evaluated with the front of the device positioned at 10 mm
from a flat phantom filled with head tissue-equivalent medium. The wrist bands should be strapped together to
represent normal use conditions. SAR for wrist exposure is evaluated with the back of the device positioned in
direct contact against a flat phantom filled with body tissue-equivalent medium. The wrist bands should be
unstrapped and touching the phantom. The space introduced by the watch or wrist bands and the phantom
must be representative of actual use conditions; otherwise, if applicable, the neck or a curved head region of
the SAM phantom may be used, provided the device positioning and SAR probe access issues have been
addressed through a KDB inquiry. When other device positioning and SAR measurement considerations are
necessary, a KDB inquiry is also required for the test results to be acceptable; for example, devices with rigid
wrist bands or electronic circuitry and/or antenna(s) incorporated in the wrist bands. These test configurations
are applicable only to devices that are worn on the wrist and cannot support other use conditions; therefore,
the operating restrictions must be fully demonstrated in both the test reports and user manuals.
7.2 Limb-worn Accessory Configurations



To position the device parallel to the phantom surface with either keypad up or down.
To adjust the device parallel to the flat phantom.
To adjust the distance between the device surface and the flat phantom to 10 mm or holster surface and
the flat phantom to 0 mm.
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Measurement Procedures
The measurement procedures are as bellows:

 For WWAN power measurement, use base station simulator to configure EUT WWAN transition in
conducted connection with RF cable, at maximum power in each supported wireless interface and
frequency band.
 Read the WWAN RF power level from the base station simulator.
 For WLAN/BT power measurement, use engineering software to configure EUT WLAN/BT continuously
transmission, at maximum RF power in each supported wireless interface and frequency band.
 Connect EUT RF port through RF cable to the power meter or spectrum analyzer, and measure
WLAN/BT output power.

 Use base station simulator to configure EUT WWAN transmission in radiated connection, and
engineering software to configure EUT WLAN/BT continuously transmission, at maximum RF power, in
the highest power channel.
 Place the EUT in positions as Appendix B demonstrates.
 Set scan area, grid size and other setting on the DASY software.
 Measure SAR results for the highest power channel on each testing position.
 Find out the largest SAR result on these testing positions of each band.
 Measure SAR results for other channels in worst SAR testing position if the Reported SAR or highest
power channel is larger than 0.8 W/kg.
According to the test standard, the recommended procedure for assessing the peak spatial-average SAR
value consists of the following steps:




Power reference measurement
Area scan
Zoom scan
Power drift measurement
8.1 Spatial Peak SAR Evaluation
The procedure for spatial peak SAR evaluation has been implemented according to the test standard. It can
be conducted for 1g and 10g, as well as for user-specific masses. The DASY software includes all numerical
procedures necessary to evaluate the spatial peak SAR value.
The base for the evaluation is a “cube” measurement. The measured volume must include the 1g and 10 g
cubes with the highest averaged SAR values. For that purpose, the center of the measured volume is aligned
to the interpolated peak SAR value of a previously performed area scan.
The entire evaluation of the spatial peak values is performed within the post-processing engine (SEMCAD).
The system always gives the maximum values for 1g and 10g cubes. The algorithm to find the cube with
highest averaged SAR is divided into the following stages:
 Extraction of the measured data (grid and values) from the Zoom Scan.
 Calculation of the SAR value at every measurement point based on all stored data (A/D values and
measurement parameters).
 Generation of a high-resolution mesh within the measured volume.
 Interpolation of all measured values form the measurement grid to the high-resolution grid
 Extrapolation of the entire 3-D field distribution to the phantom surface over the distance from sensor to
surface
 Calculation of the averaged SAR within masses of 1g and 10g.
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8.2 Power Reference Measurement
The Power Reference Measurement and Power Drift Measurement are for monitoring the power drift of the
device under test in the batch process. The minimum distance of probe sensors to surface determines the
closest measurement point to phantom surface. This distance cannot be smaller than the distance of sensor
calibration points to probe tip as defined in the probe properties.
8.3 Area & Zoom Scan Procedures
First Area Scan is used to locate the approximate location(s) of the local peak SAR value(s). The
measurement grid within an Area Scan is defined by the grid extent, grid step size and grid offset. Next, in
order to determine the EM field distribution in a three-dimensional spatial extension, Zoom Scan is required.
The Zoom Scan is performed around the highest E-field value to determine the averaged SAR-distribution
over 10g. Area scan and zoom scan resolution setting follows KDB 865664 D01v01r04 quoted below.
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8.4 Volume Scan Procedures
The volume scan is used for assess overlapping SAR distributions for antennas transmitting in different
frequency bands. It is equivalent to an oversized zoom scan used in standalone measurements. The
measurement volume will be used to enclose all the simultaneous transmitting antennas. For antennas
transmitting simultaneously in different frequency bands, the volume scan is measured separately in each
frequency band. In order to sum correctly to compute the 1g aggregate SAR, the EUT remain in the same test
position for all measurements and all volume scan use the same spatial resolution and grid spacing. When all
volume scan were completed, the software, SEMCAD post-processor scan combine and subsequently
superpose these measurement data to calculating the multiband SAR.
8.5 SAR Averaged Methods
In DASY, the interpolation and extrapolation are both based on the modified Quadratic Shepard’s method.
The interpolation scheme combines a least-square fitted function method and a weighted average method
which are the two basic types of computational interpolation and approximation.
Extrapolation routines are used to obtain SAR values between the lowest measurement points and the inner
phantom surface. The extrapolation distance is determined by the surface detection distance and the probe
sensor offset. The uncertainty increases with the extrapolation distance. To keep the uncertainty within 1% for
the 1g and 10g cubes, the extrapolation distance should not be larger than 5 mm.
8.6 Power Drift Monitoring
All SAR testing is under the EUT install full charged battery and transmit maximum output power. In DASY
measurement software, the power reference measurement and power drift measurement procedures are
used for monitoring the power drift of EUT during SAR test. Both these procedures measure the field at a
specified reference position before and after the SAR testing. The software will calculate the field difference in
dB. If the power drifts more than 5%, the SAR will be retested.
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Conducted RF Output Power
9.1 WLAN 2.4 GHz Band Conducted Power
Mode
802.11b
1Mbps
2.4GHz
WLAN
802.11g
6Mbps
802.11n-HT2
0 MCS0
802.11n-HT4
0 MCS0
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Average power
(dBm)
Tune-Up
Limit
Power Setting
CH 01
2412
17.59
18.00
19.00
CH 06
2437
17.57
18.00
19.00
CH 11
2462
17.65
18.00
19.00
CH 01
2412
13.47
13.50
17.00
CH 6
2437
15.51
16.00
17.00
CH 11
2462
15.50
16.00
17.00
CH 01
2412
13.62
14.00
17.00
CH 06
2437
15.48
15.50
17.00
CH 11
2462
15.50
16.00
17.00
CH 03
2422
14.89
15.00
16.50
CH 06
2437
14.92
15.00
16.50
CH 09
2452
15.09
15.50
16.50
Note:
1. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, the 1-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 for1-g SAR, where

f(GHz) is the RF channel transmit frequency in GHz

Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation

The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison
Max.
exclusion
Frequency
Max. Power Test distance
Channel
Tune-up
Result
thresholds for
(GHz)
(mW)
(mm)
Power (dBm)
1-g SAR
b/CH 11
2.462
18.00
63.10
19.81
3.0
g/CH 06
2.437
16.00
39.81
12.50
3.0
Base on the result of note1, RF exposure evaluation of 802.11 b mode is required.
Per KDB 248227 D01v02r02, choose the highest output power channel to test SAR and determine
further SAR exclusion.
4. Per KDB 248227 D01v02r02, In the 2.4 GHz band, separate SAR procedures are applied to DSSS and
OFDM configurations to simplify DSSS test requirements.SAR is not required for the following 2.4 GHz
OFDM conditions:
1) When KDB Publication 447498 SAR test exclusion applies to the OFDM configuration.
2) When the highest reported SAR for DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS specified
maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg.
5. The output power of all data rate were pre-scan, just the worst case (the lowest data rate) of all mode
were shown in report.
6. Per KDB 248227 D01V02r02 section 2.2, when the EUT in continuously transmitting mode, the actual
duty cycle is 100%, so the duty cycle factor is 1.
2.
3.
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9.2 WLAN 5.2 GHz Band Conducted Power
Frequency
Average power
Tune-Up
(MHz)
(dBm)
Limit
CH 36
5180
11.82
12.50
17.00
CH 44
5220
11.29
11.50
17.00
CH 48
5240
10.77
11.50
17.00
CH 36
5180
11.94
12.50
17.00
CH 44
5220
11.27
11.50
17.00
CH 48
5240
10.62
11.00
17.00
802.11n-HT40
CH 38
5190
11.88
12.50
17.00
MCS0
CH 46
5230
11.12
11.50
17.00
Mode
802.11a
5.2GHz
6Mbps
WLAN
802.11n-HT20
MCS0
Channel
Power Setting
Note:
7. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, the 1-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 for1-g SAR, where

f(GHz) is the RF channel transmit frequency in GHz

Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation

The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison
Max.
exclusion
Frequency Max. Tune-up
Test distance
Channel
Power
Result
thresholds for
(GHz)
Power (dBm)
(mm)
(mW)
1-g SAR
n-HT20/CH 36
5.180
12.00
15.85
7.23
19.81
3.0
8. Per KDB 248227 D01v02r02, choose the highest output power channel to test SAR and determine
further SAR exclusion.
9. The output power of all data rate were pre-scan, just the worst case (the lowest data rate) of all mode
were shown in report.
10. Per KDB 248227 D01V02r02 section 2.2, when the EUT in continuously transmitting mode, the actual
duty cycle is 100%, so the duty cycle factor is 1.
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9.3 WLAN 5.3 GHz Band Conducted Power
Frequency
Average power
Tune-Up
(MHz)
(dBm)
Limit
CH 52
5260
10.82
11.50
17.00
CH 60
5300
9.83
10.50
17.00
CH 64
5320
10.07
10.50
17.00
CH 52
5260
9.86
10.50
17.00
CH 60
5300
9.23
9.50
17.00
CH 64
5320
9.88
10.50
17.00
802.11n-HT40
CH 54
5270
10.07
10.50
17.00
MCS0
CH 62
5310
9.73
10.50
17.00
Mode
802.11a
6Mbps
5.3GHz
WLAN
802.11n-HT20
MCS0
Channel
Power Setting
Note:
11. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, the 1-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 for1-g SAR, where

f(GHz) is the RF channel transmit frequency in GHz

Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation

The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison
Max.
exclusion
Frequency
Max. Power Test distance
Channel
Tune-up
Result
thresholds for
(GHz)
(mW)
(mm)
Power (dBm)
1-g SAR
a/CH 52
5.260
11.00
12.59
5.77
3.0
12. Per KDB 248227 D01v02r02, choose the highest output power channel to test SAR and determine
further SAR exclusion.
13. The output power of all data rate were pre-scan, just the worst case (the lowest data rate) of all mode
were shown in report.
14. Per KDB 248227 D01V02r02 section 2.2, when the EUT in continuously transmitting mode, the actual
duty cycle is 100%, so the duty cycle factor is 1.
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9.4 WLAN 5.8 GHz Band Conducted Power
Frequency
Average power
Tune-Up
(MHz)
(dBm)
Limit
CH 149
5745
12.92
13.50
17.00
CH 157
5785
11.95
12.50
17.00
CH 165
5825
12.40
13.00
17.00
CH 149
5745
12.45
13.00
17.00
CH 157
5785
12.50
13.00
17.00
CH 165
5825
11.93
12.50
17.00
802.11n-HT40
CH 151
5755
12.66
13.00
17.00
MCS0
CH 159
5795
12.45
13.00
17.00
Mode
5.8GHz
802.11a MCS0
WLAN
802.11n-HT20
MCS0
Channel
Power Setting
Note:
15. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, the 1-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 for1-g SAR, where

f(GHz) is the RF channel transmit frequency in GHz

Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation

The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison
Max.
exclusion
Frequency
Max. Power Test distance
Channel
Tune-up
Result
thresholds for
(GHz)
(mW)
(mm)
Power (dBm)
1-g SAR
a/CH 149
5.745
13.00
19.95
9.34
3.0
16. Per KDB 248227 D01v02r02, choose the highest output power channel to test SAR and determine
further SAR exclusion.
17. The output power of all data rate were pre-scan, just the worst case (the lowest data rate) of all mode
were shown in report.
18. Per KDB 248227 D01V02r02 section 2.2, when the EUT in continuously transmitting mode, the actual
duty cycle is 100%, so the duty cycle factor is 1.
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9.5 Bluetooth Conducted Power
Mode
BR / EDR
Frequency
(MHz)
1Mbps
2Mbps
3Mbps
CH 00
2402
6.992
7.038
6.083
CH 39
2441
6.993
7.033
6.176
CH 78
2480
6.472
6.509
5.779
7.000
7.500
6.500
Tune-up Limit (dBm)
Mode
LE
Peak power (dBm)
Channel
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Peak power (dBm)
CH 00
2402
-0.932
CH 19
2440
-0.995
CH 39
2480
-1.513
GFSK
Tune-up Limit (dBm)
-0.500
Note:
1. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, the 1-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 for1-g SAR, where

f(GHz) is the RF channel transmit frequency in GHz

Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation

The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison
Max.
exclusion
exclusion
Max.
Test
Frequency
tune-up
thresholds
thresholds
Channel
Power
distance Result
(GHz)
Power
for 1-g
for 10-g
(mW)
(mm)
(dBm)
SAR
SAR
CH 00
2.
3.
4.
2.402
7.50
5.62
1.74
3.0
7.5
The max. tune-up power was provided by manufacturer, base on the result of note 1, RF exposure
evaluation is not required.
The output power of all data rate were pre-scan, just the worst case of all mode were shown in report.
When the minimum test separation distance is < 5 mm, a distance of 5 mm according is applied to
determine SAR test exclusion.
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10 Exposure Positions Consideration
10.1 EUT Antenna Locations
Fig.10.1 EUT Antenna Locations
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10.2 Test Positions Consideration
Antennas
WIFI
Bluetooth
Exposure
Conditions
Next to Mouth
Wrist-worn
Next to Mouth
Wrist-worn
Back
No
Yes
No
Yes
Test Positions
Top
Front
Side
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
Bottom
Side
No
No
No
No
Right
Side
No
No
No
No
Left
Side
No
No
No
No
Note:
1. Next to mouth/Wrist-worn mode SAR assessments are required.
Per KDB 447498 D01v06, When SAR evaluation is required, next to the mouth use is evaluated with the
front of the device positioned at 10 mm from a flat phantom filled with head tissue-equivalent medium.
SAR for wrist exposure is evaluated with the back of the devices positioned in direct contact against a flat
phantom fill with body tissue-equivalent medium.
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11 SAR Test Results Summary
11.1 Standalone SAR Data

Next to Mouth
Plot
No.
Band/Mode
1#
2.4GHz/802.11b
2# 5GHz/802.11n-HT20
3#
5GHz/802.11a
4#
5GHz/802.11a
Test
Position
Gap.
CH.
Front
Front
Front
Front
10mm
10mm
10mm
10mm
11
36
52
149
Ave. Tune-Up
Power
Limit
(dBm)
(dBm)
17.65
18.00
11.94
12.50
10.82
11.50
12.92
13.50
Tune-Up
Scaling
Factor
1.084
1.138
1.169
1.143
Meas.
SAR1g
(W/kg)
0.106
0.073
0.069
0.036
Reported
SAR1g
(W/kg)
0.115
0.083
0.081
0.041
Note:
1. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, for each exposure position, if the highest output power channel Reported SAR
≤0.8W/kg, other channels SAR testing is not necessary.
2. Per KDB 447498 D01v06,next to the mouth use is evaluated with the front of the device positioned at 10
mm from a flat phantom filled with head tissue-equivalent medium.
3. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, Next to the mouth exposure requires 1-g SAR, and the wrist-worn condition
requires 10-g extremity SAR.
4. Per KDB248227 D01v02r02, OFDM SAR is not required when the highest reported SAR for DSSS is
adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS specified maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2
W/kg.Cuz the maximum output power specified for OFDM and DSSS are 35.56mW(15.51dBm) and
58.21mW(17.65dBm), the scaled SAR would be 0.115×(35.56/58.21)=0.070W/Kg﹤1.2 W/kg, therefore,
SAR is not required for OFDM.

Wrist-worn
Plot
No.
Band/Mode
5#
2.4GHz/802.11b
6# 5GHz/802.11n-HT20
7#
5GHz/802.11a
8#
5GHz/802.11a
Test
Position
Gap.
CH.
Back
Back
Back
Back
0mm
0mm
0mm
0mm
11
36
52
149
Ave. Tune-Up
Power
Limit
(dBm)
(dBm)
17.65
18.00
11.94
12.50
10.82
11.50
12.92
13.50
Tune-Up
Scaling
Factor
1.084
1.138
1.169
1.143
Meas.
SAR10g
(W/kg)
0.531
0.221
0.236
0.142
Reported
SAR10g
(W/kg)
0.576
0.251
0.276
0.162
Note:
1. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, for each exposure position, if the highest output channel Reported SAR
≤2.0W/kg, other channels SAR testing is not necessary.
2. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, When SAR evaluation is required, SAR for wrist exposure is evaluated with
the back of the devices positioned in direct contact against a flat phantom fill with body tissue-equivalent
medium.
3. Per KDB 447498 D01v06, Next to the mouth exposure requires 1-g SAR, and the wrist-worn condition
requires 10-g extremity SAR.
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11.2 SAR Simultaneous Transmission Analysis
This DUT supports 2.45GHz/5GHz WLAN and Bluetooth according to the network signal condition,
therefore, it will not transmit simultaneously.
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11.3 Measurement Uncertainty
The component of uncertainly may generally be categorized according to the methods used to evaluate them.
The evaluation of uncertainly by the statistical analysis of a series of observations is termed a Type A
evaluation of uncertainty. The evaluation of uncertainty by means other than the statistical analysis of a series
of observation is termed a Type B evaluation of uncertainty. Each component of uncertainty, however
evaluated, is represented by an estimated standard deviation, termed standard uncertainty, which is
determined by the positive square root of the estimated variance.
A Type A evaluation of standard uncertainty may be based on any valid statistical method for treating data.
This includes calculating the standard deviation of the mean of a series of independent observations; using
the method of least squares to fit a curve to the data in order to estimate the parameter of the curve and their
standard deviations; or carrying out an analysis of variance in order to identify and quantify random effects in
certain kinds of measurement.
A Type B evaluation of standard uncertainty is typically based on scientific judgment using all of the relevant
information available. These may include previous measurement data, experience, and knowledge of the
behavior and properties of relevant materials and instruments, manufacture’s specification, data provided in
calibration reports and uncertainties assigned to reference data taken from handbooks. Broadly speaking, the
uncertainty is either obtained from an outdoor source or obtained from an assumed distribution, such as the
normal distribution,rectangular or triangular distributions indicated in below Table.
Uncertainty Distributions
Normal
Rectangular
Triangular
U-Shape
Multi-plying Factor
1/k(b)
1/ 3
1/ 6
1/ 2
Standard Uncertainty for Assumed Distribution
The combined standard uncertainty of the measurement result represents the estimated standard deviation of
the result. It is obtained by combining the individual standard uncertainties of both Type A and Type B
evaluation using the usual “root-sum-squares” (RSS) methods of combining standard deviations by taking the
positive square root of the estimated variances.
Expanded uncertainty is a measure of uncertainty that defines an interval about the measurement result
within which the measured value is confidently believed to lie. It is obtained by multiplying the combined
standard uncertainty by a coverage factor. Typically, the coverage factor ranges from 2 to 3. Using a
coverage factor allows the true value of a measured quantity to be specified with a defined probability within
the specified uncertainty range. For purpose of this document, a coverage factor two is used, which
corresponds to confidence interval of about 95 %. The SATIMO uncertainty Budget is shown in the following
tables.
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11.4 Uncertainty Evaluation For Handset SAR Test
h=
c*f/e
i= c*g/e
Sec.
Tol
(+- %
e=
f(d,k)
Prob.
Dist.
Div.
Ci
(1g)
Ci
(10g)
1g Ui
(+-%)
10g Ui
(+-%)
Vi
Probe calibration
E.2.1
5.83
5.83
5.83
∞
Axial Isotropy
E.2.2
3.5
2.02
2.02
∞
Hemispherical Isotropy
E.2.2
5.9
3.41
3.41
∞
Boundary effect
E.2.3
1.0
0.58
0.58
∞
Linearity
E.2.4
4.7
2.71
2.71
∞
System detection limits
E.2.5
1.0
0.58
0.58
∞
Modulation Response
E.2.4
4.1
2.4
2.4
∞
Readout Electronics
E.2.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
∞
Reponse Time
E.2.7
3.0
3.0
3.0
∞
Integration Time
E.2.8
1.4
0.81
0.81
∞
RF ambient Conditions
E.6.1
3.0
1.73
1.73
∞
E.6.2
1.4
0.81
0.81
∞
E.6.3
1.4
0.81
0.81
∞
E.5.2
2.3
1.33
1.33
∞
Test sample Related
Test sample positioning
E.4.2.1
2.6
2.6
2.6
N-1
Device Holder Uncertainty
E.4.1.1
3.0
3.0
3.0
N-1
Output power Power drift SAR drift measurement
6.6.2
5.0
2.89
2.89
∞
4.0
2.31
2.31
∞
2.0
0.43
1.69
1.13
∞
2.5
0.43
3.20
2.15
2.5
0.6
0.49
1.28
1.04
∞
5.0
0.6
0.49
6.00
4.90
0.7
0.41
Uncertainty Component
Measurement System
Probe positioner Mechanical
Tolerance
Probe positioning with
respect to Phantom Shell
Extrapolation, interpolation
and integration Algoritms for
Max. SAR Evaluation
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom Uncertainty (Shape
E.3.1
and thickness tolerances)
Liquid conductivity E.3.2
deviation from target value
Liquid conductivity E.3.3
measurement uncertainty
Liquid permittivity - deviation
E.3.2
from target value
Liquid permittivity E.3.3
measurement uncertainty
Liquid conductivity
E.3.4
–temperature uncertainty
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0.6
∞
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Liquid permittivity
–temperature uncertainty
Combined Standard
Uncertainty
Expanded Uncertainty
(95% Confidence interval)
E.3.4
0.2
0.26
∞
RSS
11.55
12.07
K=2
±23.20
±24.17
Uncertainty For System Performance Check
i=
c*g/
10g
Ui
(+%)
e= f(d,k)
h= c*f/e
Sec.
Tol
(+- %
Prob.
Dist.
Div.
Ci
(1g)
Ci
(10g)
1g Ui
(+-%)
Probe calibration
E.2.1
4.76
4.76
4.76
∞
Axial Isotropy
E.2.2
2.5
1.44
1.41
∞
Hemispherical Isotropy
E.2.2
4.0
2.31
2.32
∞
Boundary effect
E.2.3
1.0
0.58
0.58
∞
Linearity
E.2.4
5.0
2.89
2.89
∞
System detection limits
E.2.5
1.0
0.58
0.58
∞
Readout Electronics
E.2.6
0.02
0.02
0.02
∞
Reponse Time
E.2.7
3.0
1.73
1.73
∞
Integration Time
E.2.8
2.0
1.15
1.15
∞
RF ambient Conditions
E.6.1
3.0
1.73
1.73
∞
Probe positioner Mechanical
Tolerance
E.6.2
2.0
1.15
1.15
∞
Probe positioning with
respect to Phantom Shell
E.6.3
0.05
0.03
0.03
∞
Extrapolation, interpolation
and integration Algoritms for
Max. SAR Evaluation
E.5.2
5.0
2.89
2.89
∞
8,E.4.
1.00
0.58
0.58
∞
4.04
2.33
2.33
∞
0.05
0.03
0.03
∞
4.57
0.64
0.43
1.69
1.13
∞
Uncertainty Component
Vi
Measurement System
Dipole
Dipole axis to liquid Distance
Input power and SAR drift
8,6.6.2
measurement
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom Uncertainty (Shape
E.3.1
and thickness tolerances)
Liquid conductivity E.3.2
deviation from target value
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Liquid conductivity measurement uncertainty
Liquid permittivity - deviation
from target value
Liquid permittivity measurement uncertainty
Combined Standard
Uncertainty
Expanded Uncertainty
(95% Confidence interval)
E.3.3
5.00
0.64
0.43
1.85
1.24
E.3.2
3.69
0.6
0.49
1.28
1.04
∞
E.3.3
10.0
0.6
0.49
3.46
2.83
RSS
8.83
8.37
K=2
17.66
16.7
11.5 Measurement Conclusion
The SAR evaluation indicates that the EUT complies with the RF radiation exposure limits of the CE, with
respect to all parameters subject to this test. These measurements were taken to simulate the RF effects of
RF exposure under worst-case conditions. Precise laboratory measures were taken to assure repeatability of
the tests. The results and statements relate only to the item(s) tested. Please note that the absorption and
distribution of electromagnetic energy in the body are very complex phenomena that depend on the mass,
shape, and size of the body, the orientation of the body with respect to the field vectors, and the electrical
properties of both the body and the environment. Other variables that may play a substantial role in possible
biological effects are those that characterize the environment (e.g. ambient temperature, air velocity, relative
humidity, and body insulation) and those that characterize the individual (e.g. age, gender, activity level,
debilitation, or disease). Because various factors may interact with one another to vary the specific biological
outcome of an exposure to electromagnetic fields, any protection guide should consider maximal amplification
of biological effects as a result of field-body interactions, environmental conditions, and physiological
variables.
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