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HAC RF EMISSIONS TEST REPORT
FCC 47 CFR § 20.19
ANSI C63.19-2011
For
GSM/WCDMA/LTE Phone + BT, DTS/UNII a/b/g/n/ac and ANT+
MODEL NUMBER : SM-A305G/DS, SM-A305G
FCC ID: A3LSMA305G
REPORT NUMBER: 12678287-S2V2
ISSUE DATE: 3/1/2019
Prepared for
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.
129 SAMSUNG-RO, YEONGTONG-GU, SUWON-SI,
GYEONGGI-DO, 16677, KOREA
Prepared by
UL Korea, Ltd.
26th floor, 152, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu Seoul, 06236, Korea
Suwon Test Site: UL Korea, Ltd. Suwon Laboratory
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Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16675, Korea
TEL: (031) 337-9902
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Revision History
Rev.
Date
Revisions
Revised By
V1
2/26/2019
Initial Issue
Sanghwa Lee
V2
3/1/2019
Report revised based on reviewer’s comments
-Sec.8.1 : Updated table.
-Appendix B : Added the E-filed table.
Sanghwa Lee
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Table of Contents
1.
Attestation of Test Results ............................................................................................................. 4
2.
Test Methodology ........................................................................................................................... 5
3.
Facilities and Accreditation ........................................................................................................... 5
4.
Calibration and Uncertainty ........................................................................................................... 5
4.1.
Measuring Instrument Calibration ............................................................................................... 5
4.2.
Measurement Uncertainty ........................................................................................................... 6
5.
System Specifications .................................................................................................................... 7
6.
System Validation ........................................................................................................................... 8
6.1.
System Validation Results .......................................................................................................... 9
7.
Average Antenna Input Power & Evaluation for Low-power Exemption..................................... 9
8.
Device Under Test......................................................................................................................... 10
8.1.
9.
Air Interfaces and Operating Mode ........................................................................................... 10
Modulation Interference Factor (MIF) .......................................................................................... 11
10. HAC RF Emissions Test Procedure ............................................................................................. 12
11. RF Emissions Measurement Criteria ........................................................................................... 15
12. HAC (RF Emissions) Test Results ............................................................................................... 15
12.1. Worst Case RF Emission Test Plot ........................................................................................... 16
Appendixes .......................................................................................................................................... 17
12678287-S2V2 Appendix A: Setup Photo .......................................................................................... 17
12678287-S2V2 Appendix B: System Validation Plots ........................................................................ 17
12678287-S2V2 Appendix C: Test Plots.............................................................................................. 17
12678287-S2V2 Appendix D: MIF Attestation Letter ........................................................................... 17
12678287-S2V2 Appendix E: Probe Certificates ................................................................................. 17
12678287-S2V2 Appendix F: Dipole Certificates ................................................................................. 17
12678287-S2V2 Appendix G: UID Specifications ................................................................................ 17
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1. Attestation of Test Results
Applicant Name
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD.
FCC ID
A3LSMA305G
Model Name
SM-A305G/DS, SM-A305G
Applicable Standards
FCC 47 CFR § 20.19
ANSI C63.19-2011
HAC Rating
M3
Date Tested
2/26/2019 to 2/26/2019
Test Results
Pass
UL Korea, Ltd. tested the above equipment in accordance with the requirements set forth in the above standards.
All indications of Pass/Fail in this report are opinions expressed by UL Korea, Ltd. based on interpretations and/or
observations of test results. Measurement Uncertainties were not taken into account and are published for
informational purposes only. The test results show that the equipment tested is capable of demonstrating
compliance with the requirements as documented in this report..
Note: The results documented in this report apply only to the tested sample, under the conditions and modes of
operation as described herein. This document may not be altered or revised in any way unless done so by UL
Korea, Ltd. and all revisions are duly noted in the revisions section. Any alteration of this document not carried out
by UL Korea, Ltd. will constitute fraud and shall nullify the document. This report must not be used by the client to
claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by IAS, any agency of the Federal Government, or any
agency of any government.
Approved & Released By:
Prepared By:
Justin Park
Lead Test Engineer
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Sanghwa Lee
Laboratory Technician
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2. Test Methodology
The tests documented in this report were performed in accordance with ANSI C63.19-2011 Methods of
Measurement of Compatibility between Wireless Communications Devices and Hearing Aids abd FCC Published
procedure
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KDB 285076 D03 HAC FAQ v01
TCB workshop updates
3. Facilities and Accreditation
The test sites and measurement facilities used to collect data are located at
Suwon
SAR 2 Room (HAC)
UL Korea, Ltd. is accredited by IAS, Laboratory Code TL-637.
The full scope of accreditation can be viewed at http://www.iasonline.org/PDF/TL/TL-637.pdf.
4. Calibration and Uncertainty
4.1.
Measuring Instrument Calibration
The measuring equipment utilized to perform the tests documented in this report has been calibrated in accordance
with the manufacturer's recommendations, and is traceable to recognized national standards.
Name of Equipment
Manufacturer
Type/Model
Serial No.
Cal. Due Date
MXG Analog Signal Generator
Agilent
N5181A
MY50145882
8-7-2019
Power Sensor
Agilent
U2000A
MY54260010
8-7-2019
Power Sensor
Agilent
U2000A
MY54260007
8-7-2019
Power Amplifier
EXODUS
1410025-AMP2027-10003
10003
8-8-2019
Directional Coupler
Agilent
772D
MY52180193
8-7-2019
Directional Coupler
Agilent
778D
MY52180432
8-7-2019
Low Pass Filter
MICROLAB
LA-15N
03943
8-7-2019
Low Pass Filter
FILTRON
L14012FL
1410003S
8-7-2019
Attenuator
Agilent
8491B/003
MY39269292
8-7-2019
Attenuator
Agilent
8491B/010
MY39269315
8-7-2019
Attenuator
Agilent
8491B/020
MY39269298
8-7-2019
Data Acquisition Electronics (SAR2)
SPEAG
DAE4
1447
3-15-2019
E-Field Probe*
SPEAG
EF3DV3
4064
11-15-2019
Calibration Dipole
SPEAG
CD835V3
1000
1-17-2020
Calibration Dipole
SPEAG
CD1880V3
1000
1-17-2020
Calibration Dipole
SPEAG
CD2600V3
1009
1-17-2020
R &S
CMW 500
150314
8-9-2019
Radio Communication Tester
Note(s):
*: According to SPEAG’s Technical Report, “MIF Verification”, Doc # TR-FB-12.09.04-1, issued date: 9/4/2012. E-field probes are
calibrated with specified uncertainty according to ISO 17025 as described in their calibration certificate. The MIF according to the
definition in ANSI C63.19 is specific for a modulation and can therefore be used as a constant value if the probe has been PMR
calibrated.
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Measurement Uncertainty
Error Description
Uncertainty
value (±%)
Probe Dist.
Div.
(Ci)
Std. Unc.(±%)
5.1
4.7
16.5
2.4
7.2
4.7
10.0
1.0
0.3
0.8
2.6
3.0
12.0
1.2
4.7
1.0
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
5.1
2.7
9.5
1.4
4.1
2.7
5.8
0.6
0.3
0.5
1.5
1.7
6.9
0.7
2.7
0.6
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
2.7
0.6
1.4
2.9
1.732
1.4
16.3
32.6
16.3
Measurement System
Probe Calibration
Axial Isotropy
Sensor Displacement
Boundary Effects
Phantom Boundary Effects
Linearity
Scaling to PMR Calibration
System Detection Limit
Readout Electronics
Response Time
Integration Time
RF Ambient Conditions
RF Reflections
Probe Positioner
Probe Positioning
Extrapolation and Interpolation
Test sample Related
Test Positioning Vertical
4.7
Test Positioning Lateral
1.0
Device Holder and Phantom
2.4
Power Drift
5.0
Phantom and Setup Related
Phantom Thickness
2.4
Combined Std. Uncertainty
Expanded Std. Uncertainty on Power (Coverage Factor for 95%, k = 2)
Expanded Std. Uncertainty on Field
Notesfor table
1. N - Nomal
2. R - Rectangular
3. Div. - Divisor used to obtain standard uncertainty
4. Ci - is te sensitivity coefficient
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5. System Specifications
E-field measurements are performed using the DASY52 automated dosimetric assessment system. The DASY52 is
made by Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (SPEAG) in Zurich, Switzerland.
The DASY52 HAC Extension consists of the following parts:
Test Arch Phantom
The specially designed Test Arch allows high precision positioning of both the device and any of the validation
dipoles.
EF3DV3 Isotropic E-Field Probe
Construction:
One dipole parallel, two dipoles normal to probe axis
Interleaved sensors
Built-in shielding against static charges
PEEK enclosure material
Calibration:
In air from 100 MHz to 3.0 GHz (absolute accuracy ±6.0%, k=2)
ISO/IEC 17025 calibration service available.
Frequency:
40 MHz – >6 GHz (can be extended to < 20 MHz);
Linearity: ±0.2 dB (100 MHz – 3 GHz)
Directivity:
± 0.2 dB in air (rotation around probe axis)
± 0.4 dB in air (rotation normal to probe axis)
Dynamic Range:
2 V/m to > 1000 V/m; Linearity: ± 0.2 dB
Dimensions:
Overall length: 337 mm (Tip: 20 mm)
Tip diameter: 3.9 mm (Body: 12 mm)
Distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 1.5 mm
Sensor displacement to probe's calibration point: <0.7 mm
Application:
General near-field measurements up to 6 GHz
HAC measurements up to 6 GHz
Field component measurements
Fast automatic scanning in phantoms
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6. System Validation
The test setup was validated when first configured and verified periodically thereafter to ensure proper function.
The procedure provided in this section is a validation procedure using dipole antennas for which the field levels
were computed by numeric modeling.
Procedure:
Place a dipole antenna meeting the requirements given in ANSI C63.19 in the normally occupied by the WD.
The dipole antenna serves as a known source for an electrical and magnetic output. Position the E-field probe so
that the following occurs:
‧ The probes and their cables are parallel to the coaxial feed of the dipole antenna
‧ The probe cables and the coaxial feed of the dipole antenna approach the measurement area from opposite
directions
‧ The center point of the probe element(s) is 15 mm from the closest surface of the dipole elements.
Scan the length of the dipole with the E-field probe and record the two maximum values found near the dipole ends.
Average the two readings and compare the reading to the expected value in the calibration certificate or the
expected value in this standard.
Setup diagram
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System Validation Results
Max. measured from
Dipole Type_Serial #_Freq.
Dipole Cal.
Due Data
Average
max. above
arm (V/m)
Target (V/m)
(From SPEAG)
116.40
118.25
110.00
7.50
88.79
86.25
87.52
88.50
-1.11
89.58
86.41
88.00
87.00
1.14
SAR
Lab
Date
SAR 2
02-26-2019
CD835V3_SN:1000_(835MHz)
01-17-2020
120.10
SAR 2
02-26-2019
CD1880V3_SN:1000_(1880MHz)
01-17-2020
SAR 2
02-26-2019
CD2600V3_SN:1009_(2600MHz)
01-17-2020
above high end above low end
(V/m)
(V/m)
Deviation
(note 1)
±%
Plot
No.
Notes:
1) Delta (Deviation) % = 100 * (Measured value minus Target value) divided by the Target value. Deltas within ±25% are
acceptable, of which 12% is deviation and 13% is measurement uncertainty.
2) The maximum E-field or were evaluated and compared to the target values provided by SPEAG in the calibration certificate
of specific dipoles.
3) Please refer to the appendix for detailed measurement data and plots.
7. Average Antenna Input Power & Evaluation for Low-power Exemption
An RF air interface technology of a device is exempt from testing when its average antenna input power plus its
MIF is ≤17 dBm for any of its operating modes. If a device supports multiple RF air interfaces, each RF air
interface shall be evaluated individually.
Air-Interface
Average Antenna
Input Power (dBm)1
Worst Case MIF
(dB)
Input Power
plus its MIF (dBm)
HAC Tested
Note
GSM850
34.0
3.63
37.63
Yes
GSM1900
31.0
3.63
34.63
Yes
W-CDMA Band II
25.5
-27.23
-1.73
No
W-CDMA Band IV
25.0
-27.23
-2.23
No
W-CDMA Band V
25.5
-27.23
-1.73
No
LTE Band 2
24.7
-9.76
14.94
No
LTE Band 4
24.0
-9.76
14.24
No
LTE Band 5
25.0
-9.76
15.24
No
LTE Band 12
24.8
-9.76
15.04
No
LTE Band 13
24.5
-9.76
14.74
No
LTE Band 17
24.8
-9.76
15.04
No
LTE Band 41
25.0
-1.44
23.56
Yes
LTE Band 66
24.0
-9.76
14.24
No
802.11b Wi-Fi Antenna
12.0
-2.02
9.98
No
802.11g Wi-Fi Antenna
12.0
0.12
12.12
No
802.11n Wi-Fi Antenna
12.0
-3.15
8.85
No
802.11a Wi-Fi Antenna
12.0
-3.15
8.85
No
802.11n Wi-Fi Antenna
12.0
-3.15
8.85
No
Bluetooth Antenna
10.0
1.02
11.02
No
Note(s):
1. Max tune-up limit.
2. WLAN are support to power reduction during voice call.
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8. Device Under Test
Normal operation
Held to head
Back Cover
The Back Cover is not removable
S/N
Notes
R38KC0KX9NY
RF Emission Test
Test sample information
8.1.
Air Interfaces and Operating Mode
Air
Interface
Bands
(MHz)
Type
C63.19
Tested1
Simultaneous Transmitter
OTT Testing Required?
Name of Voice Service
VO
Yes
Wi-Fi, BT
N/A (CMRS)
850
GSM
NA
1900
GPRS/EDGE
Power
Reduction
No
VD
No
Wi-Fi, BT
Yes
Google Duo
NA
VO
No1
Wi-Fi, BT
N/A (CMRS)
N/A
VD
No1
Wi-Fi, BT
Yes
Google Duo
N/A
VD
No1
Wi-Fi, BT
Yes
VoLTE
Google Duo
N/A
VD
Yes
Wi-Fi, BT
Yes
VoLTE
Google Duo
N/A
VD
No1
WWAN
Yes
VoWiFi
Google Duo
N/A
No
WWAN
NA
NA
850
W-CDMA
(UMTS)
1700
1900
HSPA
700
850
LTE - FDD
1700
1900
LTE - TDD
2500
2450
5200 (U-NII-1)
Wi-Fi
5300 (U-NII-2A)
5500 (U-NII-2C)
5800 (U-NII-3)
BT
2450
DT
Type
VO: Legacy Cellular Voice Service
DT: Digital Transport only (no voice)
VD: IP Voice Service over Digital Transport
CMRS: Commercial Mobile Radio Service
BT : Bluetooth
Note:
1. Evaluated for MIF and low power exemption.
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9. Modulation Interference Factor (MIF)
The HAC Standard ANSI C63.19 defines a new scaling using the Modulation Interference Factor (MIF) which
replaces the need for the Articulation Weighting Factor (AWF) during the evaluation and is applicable to any
modulation scheme.
The Modulation Interference factor (MIF, in dB) is added to the measured average E-field (in dBV/m) and converts
it to the RF Audio Interference level (in dBV/m). This level considers the audible amplitude modulation components
in the RF E-field. CW fields without amplitude modulation are assumed to not interfere with the hearing aid
electronics. Modulations without time slots and low fluctuations at low frequencies have low MIF values, TDMA
modulations with narrow transmission and repetition rates of few 100 Hz have high MIF values and give similar
classifications as ANSI C63.19.
Definitions
E-field probes have a bandwidth <10 kHz and can therefore not evaluate the RF envelope in the full audio band.
DASY52 is therefore using the “indirect” measurement method according to ANSI C63.19 which is the primary
method. These near field probes read the averaged E-field measurement. Especially for the new high peak-toaverage (PAR) signal types, the probes shall be linearized by probe modulation response (PMR) calibration in
order to not overestimate the field reading.
The evaluation method or the MIF is defined in ANSI C63.19 section D.7. An RMS demodulated RF signal is fed to
a spectral filter (similar to an A weighting filter) and forwarded to a temporal filter acting as a quasi-peak detector.
The averaged output of these filtering is called to a 1 kHz 80% AM signal as reference. MIF measurement requires
additional instrumentation and is not well suited for evaluation by the end user with reasonable uncertainty It may
alternatively be determined through analysis and simulation, because it is constraint and characteristic for a
communication signal. DASY52 uses well defined signals for PMR calibration. The MIF of these signals has been
determined by simulation and is automatically applied.
MIF values were not tested by a probe or as specified in the standards but are based on analysis provided by
SPEAG for all the air interfaces (GSM, WCDMA, LTE, and Wi-Fi). The data included in this report are for the worst
case operating modes. The UIDs used are listed below:
UID
Communication System Name
MIF (dB)
10021-DAC
GSM-FDD (TDMA, GMSK)
10011-CAB
UMTS-FDD (WCDMA)
-27.23
10170-CAE
LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 20 MHz, 16QAM)
-9.76
10182-CAE
LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 15 MHz, 16QAM)
-9.76
10176-CAF
LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 10 MHz, 16QAM)
-9.76
10173-CAF
LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 20 MHz, 16QAM)
-1.44
10061-CAB
IEEE 802.11b WiFi 2.4 GHz (DSSS, 11 Mbps)
-2.02
10077-CAB
IEEE 802.11g WiFi 2.4 GHz (DSSS/OFDM, 54 Mbps)
0.12
10069-CAC
IEEE 802.11a/n WiFi 5 GHz (OFDM, 54 Mbps)
-3.15
10030-CAA
IEEE 802.15.1 Bluetooth (GFSK, DH1)
1.02
3.63
A PMR calibrated probe is linearized for the selected waveform over the full dynamic range within the uncertainty
specified in its calibration certificate. E-field probes have a bandwidth <10 kHz and can therefore not evaluate the
RF envelope in the full audio band. DASY52 is therefore using the \indirect" measurement method according to
ANSI C63.19 which is the primary method. These near field probes read the averaged E-field measurement.
Especially for the new high peak-to-average (PAR) signal types, the probes shall be linearized by PMR calibration
in order to not overestimate the field reading.
The MIF measurement uncertainty is estimated as follows, for modulation frequencies from slotted waveforms with
fundamental frequency and at least 2 harmonics within 10 kHz:
•
•
•
0.2 dB for MIF -7 to +5 dB,
0.5 dB for MIF -13 to +11 dB
1 dB for MIF > -20 dB
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HAC RF Emissions Test Procedure
The following are step-by-step test procedures.
a) Confirm proper operation of the field probe, probe measurement system and other instrumentation and the
positioning system.
b) Position the WD in its intended test position.
c) Set the WD to transmit a fixed and repeatable combination of signal power and modulation characteristic that is
representative of the worst case (highest interference potential) encountered in normal use. Transiently
occurring start-up, changeover, or termination conditions, or other operations likely to occur less than 1% of the
time during normal operation, may be excluded from consideration.
d) The center sub-grid shall be centered on the T-Coil mode perpendicular measurement point or the acoustic
output, as appropriate. Locate the field probe at the initial test position in the 50 mm by 50 mm grid, which is
contained in the measurement plane, refer to illustrated in Figure 1. If the field alignment method is used, align
the probe for maximum field reception.
e) Record the reading at the output of the measurement system
f)
Scan the entire 50 mm by 50 mm region in equally spaced increments and record the reading at each
measurement point. The distance between measurement points shall be sufficient to assure the identification of
the maximum reading.
g) Identify the five contiguous sub-grids around the center sub-grid whose maximum reading is the lowest of all
available choices. This eliminates the three sub-grids with the maximum readings. Thus, the six areas to be
used to determine the WD’s highest emissions are identified.
h) Identify the maximum reading within the non-excluded sub-grids identified in step g).
i)
Convert the highest field reading within identified in step h) to RF audio interference level, in V/m, by taking the
square root of the reading and then dividing it by the measurement system transfer function, established in
5.5.1.1 Convert this result to dB(V/m) by taking the base-10 logarithm and multiplying by 20.
Indirect measurement method
Replacing step i), the RF audio interference level in dB (V/m) is obtained by adding the MIF (in dB) to the
maximum steady-state rms field-strength reading, in dB (V/m), from step h). Use this result to determine the
category rating
j)
Compare this RF audio interference level with the categories in Clause 8 (ANSI C63.19) and record the
resulting WD category rating
k) For the T-Coil mode M-rating assessment, determine whether the chosen perpendicular measurement point is
contained in an included sub-grid of the first scan. If so, then a second scan is not necessary. The first scan
and resultant category rating may be used for the T-Coil mode M rating.
Otherwise, repeat step a) through step i), with the grid shifted so that it is centered on the perpendicular
measurement point. Record the WD category rating.
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Figure 1 - WD reference and plane for RF emission measurements
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Test flowchart Per ANSI-63.19-2011
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RF Emissions Measurement Criteria
WD RF audio interference level caterories in logarithmic units
E-field emissions
Emission Categories
12.
< 960 MHz
> 960 MHz
Category M1
50 to 55 dB (V/m)
40 to 45 dB (V/m)
Category M2
45 to 50 dB (V/m)
35 to 40 dB (V/m)
Category M3
40 to 45 dB (V/m)
30 to 35 dB (V/m)
Category M4
<40 dB (V/m)
<30 dB (V/m)
HAC (RF Emissions) Test Results
MIF values were not tested by a probe or as specified in the standards but are based on analysis provided by
SPEAG for the following User Identifiers and air interfaces.
The data included in this report are for the worst case operating modes. Refer to Appendix D and G for the MIF
vales that represent the worst case operation modes.
Air-Interface
GSM850
GSM1900
LTE-TDD
Band 41
W-CDMA &
LTE-FDD &
Wi-Fi
Results
Ch. No.
Freq. (MHz)
Results*
(dB V/m)
Margin
(dB)
M-Rating
Plots
Page #
128
824.2
17.88
(dB V/m)
18.08
190
836.6
18.56
18.76
21.92
M4
21.24
M4
251
848.6
19.77
19.97
20.03
M4
512
1850.2
29.19
29.39
0.61
M4
661
1880
29.51
29.71
0.29
M4
plus 0.2dB uncertaninty
810
1909.8
30.15
30.35
4.65
M3
39750
2506
21.84
22.04
7.96
M4
40185
2549.5
21.75
21.95
8.05
M4
40620
2593
21.09
21.29
8.71
M4
41055
2636.5
20.76
20.96
9.04
M4
10
41490
2680
21.41
21.61
8.39
M4
11
M4
N/A
Refer to Section 7 Evaluation for Low -pow er Exemption. RF Emission testing for this device is required only for
GSM voice modes and LTE-TDD. All other applicable air-interfaces are exempt from testing in accordance w ith
C63.19 Clause 4.4 and are rated M4.
Note(s):
*: Measured Audio Interference level in dB (V/m): indirect method (max rms field strength Plus MIF)
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12.1. Worst Case RF Emission Test Plot
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Appendixes
Refer to separated files for the following appendixes
12678287-S2V2 Appendix A: Setup Photo
12678287-S2V2 Appendix B: System Validation Plots
12678287-S2V2 Appendix C: Test Plots
12678287-S2V2 Appendix D: MIF Attestation Letter
12678287-S2V2 Appendix E: Probe Certificates
12678287-S2V2 Appendix F: Dipole Certificates
12678287-S2V2 Appendix G: UID Specifications
END OF REPORT
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