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Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
Service suisse d‘étalonnage
Servizio svizzero di taratura
Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: SCS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of callbration certificates
Client _ UL Korea (Dymstec) Certificate No: CD835V3—1000_Jan18
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
Object CD835V3 — SN: 1000
Calibration procedure(s) QA CAL—20.v6
Calibration procedure for dipoles in air
Calibration date: January 17, 2018
This calibration certifcate documents the traceabilty to national standards, which realize the physical units of measurements (8).
The measurements and the uncertainties with confdence probabiity are given on the following pages and are part of the certiicate.
All eallbrations have been conducted in the closed laboratory faciity: environment temperature (22 + 3)°C and humidity < 70%
Calibration Equipment used (M&TE criical for calibration)
Primary Standards 10# Cal Date (Certificate No.) Scheduled Calibration
Power meter NRP SN: toar7e 04—Apr—17 (No. 217—02521/02522) Apria
Power sensor NRP—201 SN: togada 04—Ap—17 (No. 217—02521) Apris
Power sensor NRP—291 SN: tosmas 04—Apr—17 (No. 217—02522) Apri8
Reference 20 dB Aftenuator SN: sose (20 O7—Apr—17 (No. 217—02528) Apris
Type—N mismatch combination SN: 5047.2 / 08827 .. O7—Apr—t7 (No. 217—02520) Apris
Probe EFSDV3 SN: 4013 14—Jun—17 (No. EF3—4018_Junt7) Jun—18
pa€4 SN: 654 24—Jul—17 (No. DAE4—664_Jult7) Ju—t8
Secondary Standards in # Check Date (in house) Scheduled Chack
Power meter Agilent 44198 N: aeez4zoto1 08—0ct—09 (in house check Oct—17) in house chec Oct—20
Power sensor HP E4412A SN: usasdesto2 05—Jan—10 (in house check Oct—17) in house check: Oct—20
Power sensor HP 8482A SN: Usszzosser 09—Oct—09 (in house chack Oct—17) in house checkc: Oct—20
RF generator R&S SMT—06 SN: ss2zesion1 27—Aug—12 (in house chack Oct—17) in house check: Oct—20
Network Analyzer HP 67693E SN: ussrsooses 18—Oct—01 (in house check Oct—17) in house checic Oct—18
Name Function Signature
Calibrated by: Leif Kiysner Laboratory Technician IQ/ ?Z
Approved by: Katia Pokovie Technical Manager ///%_
Issued: January 17, 2018
This callbration cortficate shall not be reproduced except in full without written approval of the laboratory.
Certificate No: CD835V3—1000_Jan18 Page 1 of 5
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zoughausstrasse 49, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
S Schwelzerischer Kalibrierdienst
_ Service suisse d‘étalonnage
«g. Servizio svizzero di taratura
Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: SCS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration certificates
References
[1] ANSI—C63.19—2011
American National Standard, Methods of Measurement of Compatibility between Wireless Communications
Devices and Hearing Aids.
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
* Coordinate System: y—axis is in the direction of the dipole arms. z—axis is from the basis of the antenna
(mounted on the table) towards its feed point between the two dipole arms. x—axis is normal to the other axes.
In coincidence with the standards [1], the measurement planes (probe sensor center) are selected to be at a
distance of 15 mm above the top metal edge of the dipole arms.
* Measurement Conditions: Further details are available from the hardcopies at the end of the certificate. All
figures stated in the certificate are valid at the frequency indicated. The forward power to the dipole connector
is set with a calibrated power meter connected and monitored with an auxiliary power meter connected to a
directional coupler. While the dipole under test is connected, the forward power is adjusted to the same level.
* Antenna Positioning: The dipole is mounted on a HAC Test Arch phantom using the matching dipole
positioner with the arms horizontal and the feeding cable coming from the floor. The measurements are
performed in a shielded room with absorbers around the setup to reduce the reflections.
It is verified before the mounting of the dipole under the Test Arch phantom, that its arms are perfectly in a
line. It is installed on the HAC dipole positioner with its arms paralle! below the dielectric reference wire and
able to move elastically in vertical direction without changing its relative position to the top center of the Test
Arch phantom. The vertical distance to the probe is adjusted after dipole mounting with a DASYS Surface
Check job. Before the measurement, the distance between phantom surface and probe tip is verified. The
proper measurement distance is selected by choosing the matching section of the HAC Test Arch phantom
with the proper device reference point (upper surface of the dipole) and the matching grid reference point (tip
of the probe) considering the probe sensor offset. The vertical distance to the probe is essential for the
accuracy.
*« Feed Point Impedance and Return Loss: These parameters are measured using a HP 8753E Vector Network
Analyzer. The impedance is specified at the SMA connector of the dipole. The influence of reflections was
eliminating by applying the averaging function while moving the dipole in the air, at least 70cm away from any
obstacles.
* E—field distribution: E field is measured in the x—y—plane with an isotropic ERSD—field probe with 100 mW
forward power to the antenna feed point. In accordance with [1], the scan area is 20mm wide, its length
exceeds the dipole arm length (180 or $Omm). The sensor center is 15 mm (in z) above the metal top of the
dipole arms. Two 3D maxima are available near the end of the dipole arms. Assuming the dipole arms are
perfectly in one line, the average of these two maxima (in subgrid 2 and subgrid 8) is determined to
compensate for any non—parallelity to the measurement plane as well as the sensor displacement. The E—field
value stated as calibration value represents the maximum of the interpolated 3D—E—field, in the plane above
the dipole surface.
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement multiplied by the
coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage probability of approximately 95%.
Certificate No: CDB35V8—1000_Jan18 Page 2 of 5
Measurement Conditions
DASY system configuration, as far as not given on page 1.
DASY Version pasys [ ve2.10.0
Phantom HAC Test Arch
Distance Dipole Top — Probe Center 15 mm
'_Scan resolution dx, dy = 5 mm |
Frequency 835 MHz x 1 MHz
Input power drift T <0.05 dB
Maximum Field values at 835 MHz
E—field 15 mm above dipole surface condition Interpolated maximum
Maximum measured above high end 100 mW input power 110.1 Vim= 40.84 dBV/m
L&aximum measured above low and 100 mW input power 109.9 V/im = 40.82 dBV/m _
Averaged maximum above arm 100 mW input power 110.0 Vim x 12.8 % (k=2)
Appendix (Additional assessments outside the scope of SCS 0108)
Antenna Parameters
Frequency Return Loss impedance
800 MHz 17.4 iB 42.9 0 —10.5 jQ
835 MHz 25.8 dB 53.5 0 + 4.0 |Q
860 MHz 15.6 dB 63.9 0 — 13.0 jo
900 MHz 15.8 dB 54.0 0 — 16.6 jQ
945 MHz 24.0 dB 44.3 0+ 1.7 )0
3.2 Antenna Design and Handling
The calibration dipole has a symmetric geometry with a built—in two stub matching network, which leads to the
enhanced bandwidth.
The dipole is built of standard semirigid coaxial cable. The internal matching line is open ended. The antenna is
therefore open for DC signals.
Do not apply force to dipole arms, as they are liable to bend. The soldered connections near the feedpoint may be
damaged. After excessive mechanical stress or overheating, check the impedance characteristics to ensure that the
internal matching network is not affected.
After long term use with 40W radiated power, only a slight warming of the dipole near the feedpoint can be measured.
Certificate No: CDB35V3—1000_Jan18 Page 3 of 5
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Certificate No: CDB35V3—1000_Jan18
Page 4 of 5
DASY5 E—field Result
Date: 17.01.2018
Test Laboratory: SPEAG Lab2
DUT: HAC—Dipole 835 MHz; Type: CD835V3; Serial: CD835V3 — SN: 1000
Communication System: UID 0 — CW ; Frequency: 835 MHz
Medium parameters used: 0 = 0 $/m, ; = 1; p= 1000 ke/m}
Phantom section: RF Section
Mcasurement Standard: DASYS (IEEE/TEC/ANST C63.19—201 1)
DASY52 Configuration:
* Probe: EF3DV3 — SN4013; ConvF(1, 1, 1); Calibrated: 14.06.2017;
Sensor—Surface: (Fix Surface)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn654; Calibrated: 24.07.2017
Phantom: HAC Test Arch with AMCC; Type: SD HAC PO1. BA; Serial: 1070
DASY52 52.10.0(1446); SEMCAD X 14.6.10(7417)
Reference Dipole E—Field measurement @ 835MHz/E—Scan — 835MHz d=15mm/Hearing Aid Compatibility Test
(41x361x1): Interpolated grid: dx=0.5000 mm, dy=0.5000 mm
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, —6.3 mm
Reference Value = 130.2 V/m: Power Drift = 0.04 dB
Applied MIF =0.00 dB
RF audio interference level = 40.84 dBV/m
Emission category: M3
MIF scaled E—field
—5.80
—7.74
—9.67
0 d8 = 110.1 V/m = 40.84 dBV/m
Certificate No: CDB35V3—1000_Jan18 Page 5 of 5
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner *
Engineering AG M
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
; Service suisse d‘étalonnage
Servizio svizzero di taratura
Swiss Calibration Service
ds
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: SCS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration certificates
Client UL Korea (Dymstec) Certificate No: CD1880V3—1000_Jan18
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
Object CD1880V3 — SN: 1000
Calibration procedure(s) QA CAL—20.v6
Calibration procedure for dipoles in air
Calibration date: January 17, 2018
This calibration certificate documents the traceabilty to national standards, which realize the physical units of measurements (S1).
The measurements and the uncertainties with confidence probability are given on the following pages and are part of the certficate.
All calibrations have been conducted in the closed laboratory facifty: environment temperature (22 =3)°C and humidiy < 70%.
Calibration Equipment used (M&TE criical for callbration)
Primary Standards iD # Cal Date (Certiicate No.) Scheduled Catibration
Power meter NRP SN: 104778 04—Apr—17 (No. 217—02521/02522) Apri8
Power sensor NRP—291 SNi: 10g244 04—Apr—17 (No. 217—02521) Apr18
Power sensor NRP—Z91 SN: 103248 O4—Apr—17 (No. 217—02522) Apr—18
Reference 20 B Attenuator SNt: 5058 (206) 07—Apr—17 (No. 217—02528) Apri8
Type—N mismatch combination SN: 5047.2 / 0827 O7—Apr—17 (No. 217—02520) Apr—18
Probe EFSDV3 SN 4018 14—Jun—17 (No. EF3—018_Junt7) Jun—18
Da€4 SN: 54 24—Jul—17 (No. DAE4—664_Jult7) Ju+18
Secondary Standards iD # Check Date (in house) Scheduled Check
Power meter Agilent 44198 SN: GBdzezor01 09—0ct—09 (in house check Oct—17) In house check: Oct—20
Power sensor HP E4412A SN: Ussedestor 05—Jan—10 (in house chack Oct17) In house check: Oct—20
Power sensor HP 8482A SN: Uss7z0ss07 09—Oct—09 (in house check Oct—17) in house check. Oct—20
RF generator R&S SMT—06 SN: ee2ze0011 27—Aug—12 (in house check Oct—17) In house check: Oct—20
Network Analyzer HP 8753E SN: Uss73e0sa5 18—Oct—01 (in house check Oct—17) in house check: Oct—18
Name Function Signature
Callbrated by: Leif Kiysner Laboratory Technician WM
Approved by: Katia Pokovie Technical Manager /Z/ égi
Issued: January 17, 2018
This calibration certificate shall not be reproduced except in full without writen approval of the laboratory.
Certificate No: CD1880V3—1000_Jan18 Page 1 of 5
Schweizerischer Kalibrierdienst
Calibration Laboratory of &'J/;/ 5
(  Service suisse d‘étalonnage
Schmid & Partner is k
Engineering AG M
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
Servizio svizzero d taratura
Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SA8) Accreditation No.: SCS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration certificates
References
[1] ANST—C63.19—2011
American National Standard, Methods of Measurement of Compatibility between Wireless Communications
Devices and Hearing Aids.
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
* Coordinate System: y—axis is in the direction of the dipole arms. z—axis is from the basis of the antenna
(mounted on the table) towards its feed point between the two dipole arms. x—axis is normal to the other axes.
in coincidence with the standards [1], the measurement planes (probe sensor center) are selected to be at a
distance of 15 mm above the top metal edge of the dipole arms.
* Measurement Conditions: Further details are available from the hardcopies at the end of the certificate. All
figures stated in the certificate are valid at the frequency indicated. The forward power to the dipole connector
is set with a calibrated power meter connected and monitored with an auxiliary power meter connected to a
directional coupler. While the dipole under test is connected, the forward power is adjusted to the same level.
* Antenna Positioning: The dipole is mounted on a HAC Test Arch phantom using the matching dipole
positioner with the arms horizontal and the feeding cable coming from the floor. The measurements are
performed in a shielded room with absorbers around the setup to reduce the reflections.
It is verified before the mounting of the dipole under the Test Arch phantom, that its arms are perfectly in a
line. It is installed on the HAC dipole positioner with its arms parallel below the dielectric reference wire and
able to move elastically in vertical direction without changing it relative position to the top center of the Test
Arch phantom. The vertical distance to the probe is adjusted after dipole mounting with a DASY5 Surface
Check job. Before the measurement, the distance between phantom surface and probe tip is verified. The
proper measurement distance is selected by choosing the matching section of the HAC Test Arch phantom
with the proper device reference point (upper surface of the dipole) and the matching grid reference point (tip
of the probe) considering the probe sensor offset. The vertical distance to the probe is essential for the
accuracy.
* Feed Point Impedance and Return Loss: These parameters are measured using a HP 8753E Vector Network
Analyzer. The impedance is specified at the SMA connector of the dipole. The influence of reflections was
eliminating by applying the averaging function while moving the dipole in the air, at least 70cm away from any
obstacles.
* E—field distribution: E field is measured in the x—y—plane with an isotropic ERSD—field probe with 100 mW
forward power to the antenna feed point. In accordance with [1], the scan area is 20mm wide, its length
exceeds the dipole arm length (180 or 90mm). The sensor center is 15 mm (in z) above the metal top of the
dipole arms. Two 3D maxima are available near the end of the dipole arms. Assuming the dipole arms are
perfectly in one line, the average of these two maxima (in subgrid 2 and subgrid 8) is determined to
compensate for any non—parallelity to the measurement plane as well as the sensor displacement. The E—field
value stated as calibration value represents the maximum of the interpolated 3D—E—field, in the plane above
the dipole surface.
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement multiplied by the
coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage probability of approximately 95%.
Crtificate No: CD1880V3—1000_Jan18 Page 2 of 5
Measurement Conditions
DASY system configuration, as far as not given on page 1.
DASY Version DASYS V52.10.0
Phantom HAC Test Arch
Distance Dipole Top — Probe Center 15 mm
I-Sr:an resolution dx, dy = 5 mm
Frequency . 1880 MHz &1 MHz
Input power drift <0.05 dB
Maximum Field values at 1880 MHz
E—field 15 mm above dipole surface condition Interpolated maximum
Maximum measured above high end
100 mW input power
89.5 V/m = 29.04 dBV/m
Maximum measured above low end
100 mW input power
87.6 V/im =38.85 dBV/m
Averaged maximum above arm
Appendix (Additional assessments outside the scope of SCS 0108)
Antenna Parameters
100 mW input power
88.5 Vim 2 12.8 % (k=2)
Frequency Return Loss Impedance
1780 MHz 25.6 dB 49.9 0 + 5.2 jQ
1880 MHz 18.2 dB 58.0 0 + 10.7 0
1900 MHz 18.3 d8 614 04+7.2 )0
1950 MHz 22.3 dB 56.9 0 — 4.4 jQ
2000 MHz _1 26.8 dB 45.9 0 + 1.6 0
3.2 Antenna Design and Handling
The calibration dipole has a symmetric geometry with a built—in two stub matching network, which leads to the
enhanced bandwidth.
The dipole is built of standard semirigid coaxia! cable. The internal matching line is open ended. The antenna is
therefore open for DC signals.
Do not apply force to dipole arms, as they are liable to bend. Ti
damaged. After excessive mechanical stress or overheating,
internal matching network is not affected.
he soldered connections near the feedpoint may be
check the impedance characteristics to ensure that the
After long term use with 40W radiated power, only a slight warming of the dipole near the feedpoint can be measured.
Certificate No: CD1880V3—1000_Jan18
Page 3 of 5
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Certificate No: CD18B0V3—1000_Jan18
Page 4 of 5
DASY5 E—field Result
Date: 17.01.2018
Test Laboratory: SPEAG Lab2
DUT: HAC Dipole 1880 MHz; Type: CD1880V3; Serial: CD1880V3 — SN: 1000
Communication System: UID 0 — CW ; Frequency: 1880 MHz
Medium parameters used: 0 = 0 $/m, & = 1; p = 1000 kg/m®
Phantom section: RF Section
Measurement Standard: DASY5 (IEEEAEC/ANSI C63.19—201 1
DASY52 Configuration:
Probe: EF3DV3 — SN4013; ConvF(1, 1, 1); Calibrated: 14.06.2017;
Sensor—Surface: (Fix Surface)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn654; Calibrated: 24.07.2017
Phantom: HAC Test Arch with AMCC; Type: SD HAC PO1. BA; Serial: 1070
DASY52 52.10.0(1446); SEMCAD X 14.6.10(7417)
e e e e
Dipole E—Field measurement @ 1880MHz/E—Scan — 1880MHz d=15mm/Hearing Aid Compatibility Test (41x181x1):
Interpolated grid: dx=0.5000 mm, dy=0.5000 mm
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, —6.3 mm
Reference Value = 149.6 V/m; Power Drift=—0.01 dB
Applied MIF =0.00 dB
RF audio interference level = 39.03 dBV/m
Emission category: M2
MIF scaled E—field
Gri d 3 M2
39.03 dBV/m|39 dBV/m
—0.96
4.98
—2.87
~3.83
~4.79
0 dB = 89.48 V/m = 39.03 dBV/m
Certificate No: CD1880V3—1000_Jan18 Page 5 of 5
Calibration Laboratory of 7
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Schmid & Partner ifi//flfii}e
Engineering AG 1 ns
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland "Z/onys
Zlatibes®
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS)
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multiateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration certificates
Client _ UL Korea (Dymstec)
Object CD2600V3 — SN: 1009
QA CAL—20.v6
Callbration procedura(s)
Calibration date:
January 17, 2018
Callbration Equipment used (M&TE criical for callbration)
Service suisse d‘étaionnage
Servizio svizzero di taratura
Swiss Calibration Service
Accreditation No.: SCS 0108
Certificate No: CD2600V3—1009_Jan18
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
Calibration procedure for dipoles in air
This calibration certficate documents the traceabilty to national standards, which realize the physical units of measurements (S1).
The measurements and the uncertainties with confdence probabiliy are given on the following pages and are part of the certiicate.
All calibrations have been conducted in the closed laboratory facilty: environment temperature (22 £ 3)°C and humidity <70%.
Power sensor HP B482A
RF generator R&S SMT—08
Network Analyzer HP 8753E
Calibrated by:
Approved by:
SN: US37205507
SN: ssezestor1
SN: US37300585
Name
Leif Kysner
Katia Pokovie
Primary Standards (90 Cal Date (Certiicate No.) Scheduled Calibration
Power meter NRP SN: 1o477e 04—Apr—17 (No. 217—02521/02522) Apris
Power sensor NRP—201 SN: tosaca 04—Apr—17 (No. 217—02521) Apri8
Power sensor NRP—291 SN: tosas 04—Apr—17 (No. 217—02522) Apris
Reference 20 dB Aftenuator SN: sose (206) O7—Ap—17 (No. 217—02528) Aprig
Type—N mismatch combination SN: 5047.2 / 08827 ... O7—Apei7 (No. 217—02529) Apri8
Probe EFSDV3 SN: 4013 14—Jun—17 (No. EF8—4013_Junt7) Jun—18
Dage SN: as4 24—Jul—17 (No. DAE4—654_Jult7) Ju+te
Secondary Standards in # Check Date (in house) Scheduled Check
Power meter Agilent 44198 Sh: aeezezotor 09—0ct—09 (in house check Oct—17) in house chack: Oct—20
Power sensor HP E4412A N: Usseaesto® O5—lan—10 (in house check Oct—17) in house check: Oct—20
09—Oct—09 (in house check Oct—17)
27—Aug—12 (in house check Oct—17)
18—Oct—01 (in house check Oct—17)
Function
Laboratory Technician
Technical Manager
This callbration certiicate shall not be reproduced exept in full without written approval of the laboratory.
in house checic: Oct—20
in house checi Oct—20
in house check: Oct—18
Signature
Issued: January 17, 2018
Certificate No: CD2600V3—1009_Jan18
Page 1 of 5
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Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: SCS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of callbration certificates
References
[1] ANSI—C63.19—2011
American National Standard, Methods of Measurement of Compatibility between Wireless Communications
Devices and Hearing Aids.
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
* Coordinate System: y—axis is in the direction of the dipole arms. z—axis is from the basis of the antenna
(mounted on the table) towards its feed point between the two dipole arms. x—axis is normal to the other axes.
In coincidence with the standards [1], the measurement planes (probe sensor center) are selected to be at a
distance of 15 mm above the top metal edge of the dipole arms.
* Measurement Conditions: Further details are available from the hardcopies at the end of the certificate. All
figures stated in the certificate are valid at the frequency indicated. The forward power to the dipole connector
is set with a calibrated power meter connected and monitored with an auxiliary power meter connected to a
directional coupler. While the dipole under test is connected, the forward power is adjusted to the same level.
* Antenna Positioning: The dipole is mounted on a HAC Test Arch phantom using the matching dipole
positioner with the arms horizontal and the feeding cable coming from the floor. The measurements are
performed in a shielded room with absorbers around the setup to reduce the reflections.
It is verified before the mounting of the dipole under the Test Arch phantom, that its arms are perfectly in a
line. It is installed on the HAC dipole positioner with its arms paralle! below the dielectric reference wire and
able to move elastically in vertical direction without changing it relative position to the top center of the Test
Arch phantom. The vertical distance to the probe is adjusted after dipole mounting with a DASY5 Surface
Check job. Before the measurement, the distance between phantom surface and probe tip is verified. The
proper measurement distance is selected by choosing the matching section of the HAC Test Arch phantom
with the proper device reference point (upper surface of the dipole) and the matching grid reference point (tip
of the probe) considering the probe sensor offset. The vertical distance to the probe is essential for the
accuracy.
* Feed Point Impedance and Return Loss: These parameters are measured using a HP 8758E Vector Network
Analyzer. The impedance is specified at the SMA connector of the dipole. The influence of reflections was
eliminating by applying the averaging function while moving the dipole in the air, at least 7Ocm away from any
obstacies.
* E—field distribution: E field is measured in the x—y—plane with an isotropic ERSD—field probe with 100 mW
forward power to the antenna feed point. In accordance with [1], the scan area is 20mm wide, its length
exceeds the dipole arm length (180 or $Omm). The sensor center is 15 mm (in z) above the metal top of the
dipole arms. Two 3D maxima are available near the end of the dipole arms. Assuming the dipole arms are
perfectly in one line, the average of these two maxima (in subgrid 2 and subgrid 8) is determined to
compensate for any non—parallelity to the measurement plane as well as the sensor displacement. The E—field
value stated as calibration value represents the maximum of the interpolated 3D—E—field, in the plane above
the dipole surface.
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement multiplied by the
coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage probability of approximately 95%.
Certificate No: CD2600V3—1009_Jan18 Page 2 of 5
Measurement Conditions
DASY system configuration, as far as not given on page 1.
DASY Version DASYS V52.10.0
Phantom HAC Test Arch [
Distance Dipole Top — Probe Center 15 mm
Scan resolution dx, dy = 5 mm
Frequency 2600 MHz a1 MHz
Input power drift <0.05 dB
Maximum Field values at 2600 MHz
E—field 15 mm above dipole surface condition Interpolated maximum C1
Maximum measured above high end 100 mW input power 87.6 V/m=38.85 dBV/m
Maximum measured above low end 100 mW input power 86.4 Vim = 38.73 dBV/m
Averaged maximum above arm 100 mW input power 87.0 Vim 212.8 % (k=2)
Appendix (Additional assessments outside the scope of SCS 0108)
Antenna Parameters
Frequency Return Loss Impedance
2450 MHz 19.8 dB 44.2 0 —7.8 0
2550 MHz L 32.6 dB 48.10+1.2 )0
L_2600 MHz 88.1 dB 50.8 0 + 0.9 jQ
2650 MHz 33.0 dB 521 0 — 0.8 jn
2750 MHz 20.5 dB 50.1 0 — 9.5 jo
3.2 Antenna Design and Handling
The calibration dipole has a symmatric geometry with a built—
enhanced bandwidth.
The dipole is built of standard semiri
therefore open for DC signals.
Do not apply force to dipole arms, as they are liable to bend. The sol
damaged. After excessive mechanical stress or overheating,
in two stub matching network, which leads to the
igid coaxial cable. The internal matching line is open ended. The antenna is
dered connections near the feedpoint may be
check the impedance characteristics to ensure that the
internal matching network is not affected.
After long term use with 40W radiated power, only a slight warming of the dipole near the feedpoint can be measured.
Cerfificate No: CD2800V3—1009_Jan18 Page 3 of 5
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Certificate No: CD2G00V3—1009_Jan18 Page 4 of 5
DASY5 E—field Result
Date: 17.01.2018
Test Laboratory: SPEAG Lab2
DUT: HAC Dipole 2600 MHz; Type: CD2600V3; Serial: CD2600V3 — SN: 1009
Communication System: UID 0 — CW ; Frequency: 2600 MHz
Medium parameiers used: 0 = 0 S/m, & = 1; p = 1000 kg/m®
Phantom section: RF Section
Measurement Standard: DASY5 (IEEEAEC/ANSI C63.19—201 1
DASY52 Configuration:
® _ Probe: EF3DV3 — SN4013; ConvF(1, 1, 1); Calibrated: 14.06.2017;
* Sensor—Surface: (Fix Surface)
* Electronics: DAE4 Sn654; Calibrated: 24.07.2017
* Phantom: HAC Test Arch with AMCC; Type: SD HAC PO1 BA; Serial: 1070
* DASY52 52.10.0(1446); SEMCAD X 14.6.10(7417)
Dipole E—Field measurement @ 2600MHz/E—Scan — 2600MHz d=15mm/Hearing Aid Compatibility Test (41x181x1):
Interpolated grid: dx=0.5000 mm, dy=0.5000 mm
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, —6.3 mm
Reference Value = 64.27 V/m; Power Drift=—0.01 dB
Applied MIF =0.00 dB
RF audio interference level = 38.85 dBV/m
Emission category: M2
MIF scaled E—field
—1.40
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7.01
0 dB = 87.63 V/m = 38.85 dBV/m
Certificate No: CD2600V3—1009_Jan18 Page 5 of 5
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