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ES3DV3~ SN:3332 August 14. 2017
10591~ lEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. 20MHZ. X 5.10 67.21 16.96 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 “la
AAA MCSO. 90pc du|y_cyole)
Y 4.84 67.07 16.74 1300
Z 4.77 67.39 16.89 130.0
10592» IEEE 802.11n (HT Mlxad. 20MHZ, X 5.29 67.56 17.07 0.46 130.0 2: 9.6 “A:
AAA MCS1 90pm duly cycle)
Y 4.98 67.40 16.07 1300
Z 4.90 67.69 17.01 130.0
10593- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. ZOMHZ, X 5.23 67.57 17.01 0.46 130.0 t 9.8 ‘Vn
AAA MCSZ. 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.90 67.30 16.75 130.0
Z 4.82 67.59 16.66 130.0
10594— IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. 20MHZ, X 5 28 67.58 17.13 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA M083. 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.95 67.47 16.91 130.0
Z 4.88 67.75 17.04 130.0
10595- lEEE 802.11" (HT Mixed. 20MHz. X 5.27 57.71 17.06 0.46 130.0 11: 9.6 %
AAA M084. 9090 duly cycle)
Y 4.93 67.44 16.81 130.0
2 4.85 67.75 16.96 130.0
10596- IEEE 802.11" (HT Mixed. ZOMHZ, X 5.21 67.70 17.06 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA M035. 901.10 duly cycle)
Y 4.86 67.44 16.81 130.0
Z 4.78 67.74 16.97 130.0
10597- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. 20MHz. X 5.16 67.68 17.00 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAA MCSB 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.81 67.32 16.68 130.0
2 4.73 67.61 16.83 130.0
10596- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. ZDMHZ, X 5.15 67.96 17.27 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA M087. 90pc duly cycle)
Y 4.60 67.55 16.95 130.0
Z 4.72 67.82 17.08 130.0
10599- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed, 40MHz, X 5.77 67.84 17.13 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 “In
AAA MGSO 90pc duly cycle)
I Y 5.52 67.56 16.96 130.0
i Z 5.45 67.81 17.10 130.0
10800- IEEE 602.11“ (HT Mixed, 40MHZ. X 6.05 68.67 17.52 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA MCS1. 90pm duly cycle)
Y 5.68 68.13 17.21 130.0
2 5.58 68.26 17.30 130.0
10601- IEEE 802.11" (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.85 68.16 17.26 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA M052. 90m: my cycle)
Y 5.55 67.80 17.06 130.0
2 5.46 67.98 17.17 130.0
10602- lEEE 802.11“ (HT Mixed, 40MHZ. X 5.99 68.30 17.27 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA M033. 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.68 67.95 17.06 1300
Z 5.80 68.17 17.19 130.0
10603- lEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. 40MHz. X 6.09 68.64 17.55 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA M084. snpc duty cycle)
Y 5.74 68.19 17.31 130.0
Z 5.66 68.42 17.44 130.0
10604- IEEE 802.11“ (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.79 67.86 17.16 0.46 130.0 :l: 9.6 %
AAA M085. 901m duty cycle)
Y 5.59 67.76 17.08 130.0
Z 5.54 68.06 17.25 130.0
10605- IEEE 802.11" (HT Mixed, 40MHz, X 5.90 68.15 17.31 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA M086. 90pc duly_cycls)
Y 5.67 68.01 17.21 130.0
2 5.56 68.12 17.28 130.0
10606- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. 40MHZ, X 5.65 67.59 16.91 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA M057, 90pc duly cycle)
V 5.37 67.19 16.65 130.0
2 5.33 67.51 16.83 130.0
Cerlilicate N0: ES3-33327Aug17 Page 35 0136
ESSDV3~ SN:3332
August 14. 2017
10607- IEEE 802.11ac WiFi (20MHZ, MCSO, X 4.92 66.49 16.57 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.60 66.39 16.37 130.0
2 4.62 66.76 16.54 130.0
10608— IEEE 802.11acWIFl (20MHZ, MCS1, X 5.16 66.93 16.72 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90m: duluycle)
Y 4.85 66.77 16.53 130.0
2 4.77 67.10 16.69 130.0
10609- IEEE 802.11acWiFi (20MHZ. MCSZ. X 5.06 66.87 16.62 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA 90pm any cycle)
Y 4.74 66.62 16.36 130.0
Z 4.67 66.96 16.53 130.0
10610- lEEE 602.11ar.‘ WiFi (20MHZ. MCS3, X 5.11 67.01 16.76 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 4.79 66.78 16.53 130.0
Z 4.72 67.11 16.69 130.0
10611- IEEE 802.11ac WlFi (20MHZ, M034, X 5.05 66.92 16.66 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc my cycle)
Y 4.71 66.59 16.36 130.0
2 4.64 66.93 16.55 130.0
10612— IEEE 802.1180 WiFi (20MHz, MCS5, X 5.07 67.04 16.68 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.72 66.76 16.43 130.0
2 4.64 67.09 16.61 130.0
10613- IEEE 602.113: WiFl (20MHZ. M086, X 5.09 66.98 16.60 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 “4
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 4.71 66.61 16.29 130.0
2 4.63 66.61 16.45 130.0
10614- IEEE 802.1130 WlFl (20MHZ, MCS7, X 5.02 67.21 16.84 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90m: any cycle)
Y 4.67 66.81 16.53 130.0
Z 4.59 67.11 16.69 130.0
10615- IEEE 602.1130 WlFi (20MHz, MCSB, X 5.05 66.70 16.43 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.71 66.43 16.16 130.0
Z 4.64 66.79 16.34 130.0
10616— IEEE 802.11acWiFi (40MHZ, MCSO, X 5.58 67.10 16.74 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAA 90m: duty age)
Y 5.33 66.79 16.55 130.0
2 5.25 67.00 16.67 130.0
10617- IEEE 802.11acWIFi (40MHz, M031, X 5.66 67.25 16.77 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 “In
AAA 90m: duty cycle)
Y 5.41 67.04 16.65 130.0
Z 5.31 67.19 16.74 130.0
10618— IEEE 802.1160 WiFi (40MHZ, MCSZ. X 5.54 67.29 16.82 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90m: duly cycle)
Y 5.29 67.03 16.66 130.0
2 5.22 67.24 16.78 130.0
10619- IEEE 802.11acWIFl (40MHZ, MCS3. X 5.56 67.09 16.66 0.46 130.0 19.6 %
AAA 90m: duly cycle)
Y 5.30 66.81 16.46 130.0
2 5.23 67.05 16.63 130.0
10620- IEEE 602.11acWiFi (40MHz, MCS4, X 5.71 67.30 16.61 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
V 5.36 66.84 16.54 130.0
2 5.30 67.04 16.67 130.0
10621- IEEE 802.1160 WiFi (40MHZ. M035. X 5.66 67.26 16.90 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA 9090 duty cycle)
Y 5.39 66.98 16.73 130.0
Z 5.30 67.12 16.82 130.0
10622- IEEE 802.11acWIFl (40MHZ, M036, X 5.65 67.37 16.94 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.40 67.13 16.80 130.0
2 5.30 67.22 16.87 130.0
Certlficate No: ESS-3332_Aug17
Page 36 ofafi
ESSDVB— SNz3332 Augusl 14. 2017
10623- IEEE 802.1138 WiFi (40MHZ, M037, 5.58 67.14 16.73 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.28 66.65 16.43 130.0
2 5.18 66.70 16.52 130.0
10624- IEEE 802.1130 WiFi (40MHz. MCSB, X 5.72 67.10 16.77 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Qflpc duty cycle)
Y 5.47 66.05 16.60 130.0
2 5.38 67.03 16.70 130.0
10525. IEEE 802.11ac WlFi (4OMHZ, MCSQ. X 6.05 67.87 17.19 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90m; duty cycle)
Y 5.77 67.66 17.06 130.0
2 5.49 67.24 16.87 130.0
10626- IEEE 802.11acWIFI (BOMHZ. MCSO. X 5.80 67.08 16.64 0.46 130.0 1: 9.0 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.53 66.82 16.50 130.0
Z 5.57 66.99 16.60 130.0
10627- IEEE 802.1130 WiFi (80MHZ, M081, X 6.05 67.56 16.82 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAA 90pm duty cycle)
Y 5.90 67.51 16.81 130.0
2 5.53 67.67 16.91 130.0
10628- IEEE 802.11achFi (80MHZ, MCSZ. X 5.89 67.33 16.66 0.46 130.0 if 9.6 “la
AAA 90m; duty cycle)
Y 566 66.90 16.43 130.0
2 5.58 67.01 16.51 130.0 1
10629- IEEE 802.1160 WiFi (60MHZ, M053, X 6.01 67.46 16.71 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.74 67.00 16.46 130.0
Z 5.68 67.19 16.60 130.0
10630- IEEE 802.1130W1Fl (BOMHZ. MCS4, X 6.66 69.52 17.74 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.23 68.64 17.29 130.0
2 5.99 68.32 17.17 130.0
10631- IEEE 802.1130 WiFi (SOMHZ, M085. X 6.51 69.16 17.72 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90m; duty cycle)
Y 6.05 68.21 17.27 130.0
2 5.91 68.16 17.27 130.0
10632— IEEE 802.1 1 ac WiFi (80MHZ, MCSG, X 6.07 67.76 17.04 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.67 67.57 16.97 130.0
Z 5.81 67.79 17.10 130.0
10633- IEEE 802.11acWIFl (80MHz, MCS7. X 6.04 67.71 16.86 0.40 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAA 9090 duly cycle)
Y 5.71 67.04 16.54 130.0
2 5.62 67.14 16.61 130.0
10634— IEEE 802.11acWiFi (80MHZ. MCSB, X 6.01 67.64 16.89 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA 9013!) duty cycle)
Y 5.69 67.06 16.60 130.0
2 5.63 67.23 16.71 130.0
10635- IEEE 502.1180 WiFi (80MHZ. M639, X 5.88 66.99 16.33 0.46 130.0 3: 9.6 %
AAA 9091: duly cycle)
Y 5.57 66.39 16.00 130.0
Z 5.49 66.55 16.11 130.0
10636- IEEE 802.1 1 ac WiFl (160MHZ, M030, X 6.20 67.47 16.73 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAB 90m: duly cycle)
Y 6.0! 67.19 16.58 130.0
2 6.01 67.33 16.67 130.0
10537— IEEE 802.1130 WiFi (160MHZ, M031, X 6.43 65.00 16.96 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAB 90pm; duty cycle)
V 6.23 67.63 18.79 130.0
Z 0.14 67.69 16.04 130.0
10030» IEEE 002.11achFI (160MHZ. MCSZ, X 6.36 67.82 16.65 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAB 90m: duly cycle)
Y 6.23 67.59 16.75 130.0
Z 6.16 67.71 16.83 130.0
Certificale N0: ES3-3332_Aug17 Page 37 of 38
ESSDVS— SN23332 August 14, 2017
10639- IEEE 802.11acWiFi (160MHZ, MOSS. 5.40 67.91 16.95 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAB 90pc duty cycle)
Y 6.18 67.47 16.73 130.0
Z 6.11 67.58 16.80 130.0
10640— IEEE 802.1160 WIFi (160MHZ. M084. X 6.45 68.06 16.97 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAB SQpc dutuyclsL
Y 6.19 67.49 16.68 130.0
2 6.09 67.54 16.73 130.0
10641» IEEE 802.11ac WiFi (100MHZ. MOSS. X 6.42 67.72 16.82 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAB Qflpc duty cycle)
V 6.26 67.48 16.70 130.0
Z 6.19 67.60 16.78 130.0
10642— IEEE 802.1180 W|F1 (160MHZ. MCSG, X 6.51 66.09 17.16 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAB 90m: duly cycle)
Y 627 67.64 16.94 130.0
2 6.19 67.74 17.01 130.0
10643- IEEE 802.11ac WfFi (160MHZ. MCS7. X 6.33 67.75 16.92 0.46 130.0 1" 9.6 %
AAB 90pc duty cycle)
Y 6.13 67.39 16.71 130.0
Z 6.05 67.49 16.79 130.0
10644— IEEE 802.11acW1FI (160MHz, MCSB. X 6.62 66.66 17.38 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAB 90m: duty cycle)
Y 6.24 67.74 16.91 130.0
Z 6.11 67.69 16.91 130.0
10645- IEEE 802.1131: W1Fi (160MHz, M039, X 6.02 66.76 17.37 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAB 90m: dutwde)
Y 6.42 67.94 16.97 130.0
2 6.29 67.89 16.97 130.0
10646— LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 1 RE. 5 MHZ. X 22.37 99.45 32.18 9.30 60.0 t 9.6 %
AAD QPSK UL Sublrflme=2,7)
Y 34.93 118.52 39.50 60.0
Z 65.31 137.01 45.15 60.0
10647- LTE-TDD (SC—FDMA. 1 RB, 20 MHZ. X 23.87 101.54 32.95 9.30 60.0 t 9.6 %
AAC QPSK, UL Subtrame=2,7)
Y 35.03 119.53 39.96 60.0
Z 61.92 136.93 45.35 60.0
10648~ CDMAZOOO (1x Advanced) X 1.11 70.04 15.37 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA
Y 0.68 63.85 10.64 150.0
2 0.72 65.39 11.21 150.0
10652- LTE—TDD (OFDMA. 5 MHZ. E~TM 3.1, X 5.43 70.91 18.53 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAB Clipping 44%)
Y 4.44 69.41 17.59 80.0
Z 4.46 70.35 17.94 80.0
10653- LTE-TDD (OFDMA. 10 MHZ. E-TM 3.1. X 5.75 69.79 18.37 2.23 80.0 i 9.6 %
AAB Clipping 44°16)
Y 4.85 68.29 17.59 80.0
2 4.80 68.81 17.83 80.0
10654- LTE~TDD (OFDMA. 15 MHZ. E—TM 3.1. X 5.63 69.47 18.36 2.23 80.0 x 9.6 %
AAB Clipping 4496)
Y 4.81 67.86 17.59 80.0
2 4.76 68.31 17.81 80.0
10655— LTE-TDD (OFDMA. 20 MHZ. E-TM 3.1. X 5.69 69.55 16.41 2.23 80.0 i: 9.6 ”A:
AAB Clipping 44%)
Y 4.67 67.81 17.62 80.0
Z 4.82 68.18 17.82 80.0
E Una-mainly ‘rs determined using me max. deviatlon from “near response applying rectangular dislribufian and is expressed for me square of me
field value
Cenificate N0: E83-3332._Aug17 Page 38 of 38
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Panner
Engineering AG
Zeughausslrasse 43. 8004 Zurich, swiizefland
Accredlled by (he Swiss Accredilalicn Service (SAS)
The Swiss Accredllaflon Service is one ofthe signatories to the EA
Multilaleral Aurezmenl for (he recogniiion of calibration certificates
Client Pches‘l‘
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Service aulsee d'élnionnagu
Servizio sviuero dl (uremia
Swiss Callbralion Service
Accredlralion No.: SCS 0108
3 certificate NoerS3-33194Mar17
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Caiibralion procedule(s)
Callbralion dale:
ESaDV3 - SN:3319
QA CAL-01.v9,'QA CAL—23.v5,¢QA CAL~25.V6
Calibration procedure rcr'dosimelric E aid probes :
March 14, 2017 '
Calibration Equipment used (MG-TE critical ipr calibration)
This caiibralian cenificale documents the ilaueabiiiiy tu naiiunai slandarus. which reaiize the physical uniis of measurements (SI).
The measurements and the unoerifliniles with ooni'ldence probability are given on me loiieurlng pages and are pert or the certificate.
All oaiibraliclns have been continued in the dosed laboratory facilily: environment temperature (22 e are and humidity < rev/r.
Primary Standards in Cal Dale (Certificate Nut) Scheduled Callbraliorl
Power meter NRP SN: 104778 06~Apr-16 (No. 21702288/02289) M47
Power sensar NRP—ZQ1 SN: 103244 06-Apr-16 (No. 217-02288) Apr-17
Power sensor NRP-Z91 SN: 103245 06—Apre16 (ND. 217702289) Apr—1 7
Reference 20 dB Allanuaior SN: $5277 (20x) 05-Apf46 (No. 217412293) Apr-(7
Relsrencs Fmbe ESBDVZ SN: 3013 31-Dec-16 (No. ES3-3U137Dec18) DEG-17
DAE4 SN: 660 7-Dsce15 (NBA DAE4~6607DEC1E) Dec-17
Secandaiy Standards ID Check Date (in house) Scheduled Check
Power meter E4419E SN: GB41293874 06-Apr-16 (in house check Jun-16) In house check: Jun-18
Power sensor E4412A SN: MY41498087 WApr~16 (in house check Jun-16) In house check: Jun-18
Power sensor E4412A SN 000110210 OGeApr—1fi(in house check Jun-16) in house ohackt Jun-18
RF generator HF 864K) SNt U83842U01700 04~Aug~99 (in house check June16) In house check: Jun—18
Network Analyzer HP 8753E SNL US37390585 18~Oct<fl1 (in house check 06|>16) in house Check: Oct-17
Name ‘ Funciinn Signaiure
Calibrated by: Japan Kastrali ; 1Laburainry Technician e W
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Approved by: Katie Pokuvic ‘ ‘
Technical Manager
This calibraiinn ceniiioala she“ not be reproduced excepl in (uii wilhoul wriilen appmval nflhe labcralnry.
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issued: March 16. 2017
Certificate No: ESS-33197Mar17
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Calibration Laboratory of
_ Q ‘v S Schweizerlscher Kalibrierdiellst
Schmid & Partner ‘ C Service sulsse d'ételonnege
Engineering AG W Servlzio svixxero di taratura
Zeughaltsstrusse 43. 8004 Zurich, Switzerland 1 A S Swls! commit," Service
Accredited by me Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: SCS 0103
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement tor the recognition of calibration certificates
Glossary:
TSL tissue simulating liquid
NORMx,y,z sensitivity in free space
ConvF sensitivity in TSL / NORMx,y,z
DCP diode compression point
CF crest factor (1lduty_cycle) of the RF signal
A, B, C, D modulation dependent IInearlzation parameters
Polarization (p quotation around probe axis
Polarization t) 8 rotation around an axis that is in the plane normal to probe axis (at measurement center),
i.e.. 9 = 0 Is normal to probe axis
Connector Angle information used in DASY system to align probe sensor x to the robot coordinate system
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
5)
b)
C)
d)
IEEE Std 1528-2013, "lEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial»Averaged Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques", June 2013
IEC 62209—1, ”Procedure to measure the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for hand-held devices used in close
proximity to the ear (frequency range o1300 MHz to 3 GHz)", February 2005
[EC 62209-2, "Procedure to determine the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for wireless communication devices
used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz ". March 2010
KDB 865664, “SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHz"
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
NORMx,y,z: Assessed for E- fleld polarization 8= 0 (f< 900 MHz‘ in TEM~ceII; t > 1800 MHz: R22 waveguide).
NORMx y,z are only intermediate values I e the uncertainties of NORMx y,z does not affect the E field
uncertainty inside TSL (see below ConvF).
NORme, y,z= NORMX y,,z z‘lrequency_ response (see Frequency Response Chart). This linearization is
implemented' in DASY4 software versions later than 4. 2. The uncertainty of the frequency response is included
in the stated uncertainty of Com/F.
DCPx,y,z: DCF are numerical linearization parameters assessed based on the data of power sweep with CW
signal (no uncertainty required). DCP does not depend on frequency nor medial
PAR: PAR is the Peak to Average Ratio that is not calibrated but determined based on the signal
characteristics
Ax,y,z; Bx,y,z; Cx,y,z; Dx,y,z; VRx,y,z: A, B. C, D are numerical Iinearization parameters assessed based on
the data of power sweep for specific modulation signal. The parameters do not depend on frequency nor
media. VR Is the maximum calibration range expressed in RMS voltage across the diode.
Cont/F and Boundary Effect Parameters: Assessed in flat phantom using E-field (or Temperature Transfer
Standard for i s 800 MHZ) and inside waveguide using analytical field distributions based on power
measurements for f > 800 MHZ. The same setups are used for assessment of the parameters applied for
boundary compensation (alpha, depth) of which typical uncertainty values are given. These parameters are
used in DASY4 software to improve probe accuracy close to the boundary. The sensitivity in TSL corresponds
to NORMx,y,z ‘ ConvF whereby the uncertainty corresponds to that given for ConvF. A frequency dependent
ConvF is used In DASY version 4.4 and higher which allows extending the validity from 1: 50 MHZ to i 100
MHz.
Spherical isotropy (3D deviation from isotropy): in a field of low gradients realized using a flat phantom
exposed by a patch antenna.
Sensor Offset: The sensor offset corresponds to the offset of virtual measurement center from the probe tip
(on probe axis). No tolerance required.
Connector Angle: The angle is assessed using the information gained by determining the NORMX (no
uncertainty required).
Certificate No: ESE-33197Mar17 Page 2 0138
ESSDVS -— SN:3319 March 14‘ 2017
Probe ESBDVB
SN:3319
Manufactured: January 10, 2012
Calibrated: March 14, 2017
Calibrated for DASY/EASY Systems
(Note: non-compatible with DASY2 system!)
Certificate No: ES3»3319_Mar17 Page 3 M38
ES3DV3— SN:3319
March 14. 2017
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3319
Basic Calibration Parameters
Sensor X Sensor Y Sensor Z Unc (k=2)
Norm (wig/m?)A 1.01 1.07 1.12 a 10.1 %
DCP (mV) 102.5 101.2 1035
Modulation Calibration Parameters
UID Communication System Name A 5 c D VR Unat
dE dwnv at! mV ik=2)
0 CW x 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.00 199.3 $3.5 %
Y 0.0 0.0 1.0 195.9
2 0.0 0,0 1.0 195.7
Note: For details on UlD parameters see Appendix.
Sensor Model Parameters
C1 02 ct T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6
tF F V" ms.V” ms.V"' ms V“1 V"
X 70.81 508.1 35.61 29.57 3.768 5.1 0.566 0.571 1.012
Y 67.78 484.5 35.24 29.79 3.269 5.1 1.181 0.458 1.009
Z 70.95 506.9 35.21 30.32 4.051 5.1 1.117 0.534 1.012
The reported uncertainty of measurement is slated 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%.
A The uncertainties at Norm x.v,z do not alfect tile Et-nald undenatnty inside TSL (see Pages 5 and a).
9 Numencal linearimtlon parameter: uncertainty not required.
E Uncertainty is deiennined using the max. deviation from linear response apptytng rectangular distribution and is expressed tor the square of the
field Value.
Certificate No: 553-3319_Mer17
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March 14, 2017
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3319
Calibration Parameter Determined in Head Tissue Simulating Media
Relatlve Cunduclivity Depth Unc
f (MHz)c PermittivityF (Sim)F ConvF x ConvF Y ConvF z AlphaG (mm) (k=2)
750 41.9 0.89 6.76 6th 6.76 0.52 1.48 a12.0 %
835 41.5 0.90 6.46 8.46 6.46 0.59 1.35 x 12.0 %
1750 401 1.37 5.38 5.36 5.36 0.57 1.39 $12.0 %
1900 40.0 1.40 5.20 6,20 5.20 0.80 1.13 1 12.0 %
2600 39.5 1.67 486 4.66 4.86 0.48 1.60 112.0 %
2450 39.2 1.80 4.60 4.60 4.60 0.76 1.23 112.0 %
2600 39.0 1.96 4.41 4.41 4.41 0.80 1.27 112.0 %
° Frequency valldlty above 300 MHz or s 100 MHz only applies for DASY v4.4 and higher (see Page 2), else it Is restricted to x 50 MHz, The
uncenainty is the RSS or the CenvF uncertainty at calihralion frequency and the uncertainty for the indicated frequency band Frequency validity
below 300 MHz is e 10, 25, 40. 50 and 70 MHz tor ConvF assessments at 30. 64. 126, 150 and 220 MHz respectively. Above 5 GHz frequency
validity can be Extended (a t 110 MHz.
FAt frequencies he|0w3 GHZ. the validity oftrssue parameters (e and rs) can be relaxed to e 10% if iiould oompensetlon formula is applied to
measured SARvalues.At1faqueneles above 3 GHz, the validity oi tissue parameters (a and e) is restricted to s 570. The uncertainty is the RSS of
the Convl: uncertainty for indicated targettissue parameters.
5 Alpha/Depln are determined during calibration. SFEAG warrants that the remaining devielien due to the boundary effect atter compensation is
always less then a wt, for frequencies below 3 GHz and below a 2% for frequencies between 36 GHz at any drstance larger than half the probe tip
diameter from the boundary.
Certificate No: E53433197Mar17
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ESBDVG— SN23319
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3319
Calibration Parameter Determined in Body Tissue Simulating Medla
March 14, 2017
f (MHz) ° Pe‘r‘rflliiztliixiiy': “lg/“n???“ Com/F x ConvF Y ConvF z Alpha 5 Dams (5122)
750 55.5 0.96 6.37 6.37 6.37 0.80 1.19 a 12.0 ‘70
835 55.2 0.97 6.29 0.29 6.29 0.80 1.17 a 12.0 %
1750 53.4 1.49 5.07 5.07 5.07 0.57 1.50 112.0 %
1900 53.3 1.52 4.09 4.00 4.08 0.80 1.24 112.0 %
2300 52.9 1.81 4.62 4.62 4.62 0.80 1.21 e12.0 %
2450 52.7 1.95 4.42 4.42 4.42 0.80 1.25 z12.0 %
2600 52.5 2.16 4.19 4.18 4.10 0.00 125 £120 %
° Frequency validity above 300 MHz 01 a 100 MHz only applies lor DASY v4.4 and higher (see Page 2), else it is reslricled in s 50 MHz The
uncertainly is the Rss or the ConvF uncertainty at callbralicln hequency and the uncarialnly ior lne indloaled trequency band. Frequency validity
below 300 MHZ ls 110, 25. 40, 50 and 70 MHZlorConvF assessments at 30. 64. 120. 150 end 220 MHZ respectively. Above 5 GHzlrequeney
valldlly can be extended lo 1 110 MHZ.
F Al lrequeneies below 3 GHz. the validity eitissue parameters (a and 11) can be relaxed to : mva illiquid compensation formula is applied in
measured SAR values. Al ltequerlcias above 3 GHL ine validlly ol tissue parameters (0 and n) is reslrlcled 10 a 5%. The uncertainly is the RSS oi
the CunvF uncertainty tor indicated target tissue paramelers.
G Alpha/Depth are determined during calibration. SPEAG warrants that the remaining devialiurl due to the boundaly erlecl alter compensation is
always less than t 1% for frequencies below 3 GHz and balaw t 2%10rlrequsncles belweerl 3-6 GHZ 51 any distance larger than nail the probe tip
diameter from the boundary.
Certificate No: ESS-33197Mar17
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Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cell:ifi110 EXX, Waveguide: R22)
15
1.4
Frequency response (normalized)
r | l .
1st 20'00 zs'oo 3050
f [MHz]
% %'
0.5 _ i ' l i
0 500 1000
Uncertainty of Frequency Response of E-fleld: t 6.3% (k=2)
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Receiving Pattern (<|>), 9 = 0°
f=600 MHZ,TEM f=1800 MHZ,R22
/’ ; f k
f Y x
‘ “x x 1
' m ‘m ‘ '
i, 1 o ‘ 7L] [9 ‘
Tnl x 2 To: v z
4370 30 (if flit) 1&0 Iéfl
Roll (“1
emz IBDfiHz 5sz
Uncertalnty of Axlal Isotrnpy Assessment: 1 0.5% (k=2)
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ESSDVCL SN:3319 March 14, 2017
Dynamic Range f(SARhead)
(TEM cell , f.va|= 1900 MHz)
106—
105—
mu
input Signal [uV]
103
102
we ' 1'00
SAR [mW/c m 3]
not compensated oompensated
‘ 1 i i
10" ' 10" 10° 10‘ 102 103
SAR [mW/cm3]
0 0
not compensated campensmed
Uncertainty of Linearity Assessment: 1 0.6% (k=2)
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ES3DV37 SN13319 March 14. 2017
Conversion Factor Assessment
f= 335 MHz,WGLS R9 (H_convF) f= 1900 MHz.WGLS R22 (H_convF)
101 > '
; m
i . i
3H 2.1
, i
if \\ i
g 2541 g n x
u ‘ ,
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‘5 i 5 is \
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n 5 m is in 73 a: an n i 70 An
1] rimm) -J llmmi M
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Deviation from Isotropy in Liquid
Error (it, 9), f= 900 MHz
10
0.5
0.6
0.4
042
0,0
-0.2
-0.4
-0.5
-0i8
710
Deviation
45
90
135
+46: 130
9/ 225
60
270 40 50
30
20
315 10 4 Wfi
-1.0 -0.3 -05 >0.4 -0.2 0.0 0.2 04 0.6 0.8 1.0
Uncertainty of Spherical lsolropy Assassmem: t 2.6% (k=2)
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DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3319
Other Probe Parameters
Sensor Arrangement Triangular
Connector Angle (“) 59.3
Mechanical Surface Detectlon Mods enabled
Optical Surface Detection Mods disabled
Probe Overall Lenglh 337 mm
Probe Body Diameter 10 mm
Tip Length 10 mm
Tip Diameter 4 mm
Probe TIp to Sensor X Calibration Point 2 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Y Calibration Point 2 mm
Probe Tip 10 Sensor Z Calibration Point 2 mm
Recommended Measurement Distance from Surface 3 mm
Certificate No: ESQ-3319_Mar17 Page 11 of 38
ESGDVS— SN13319 March 14. 2017
Appendix: Modulation Callbration Parameters
Uln Communication system Name A B c D VR Max
as dE‘lpV dB mV Um:E
(k=2)
0 CW X 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 199.3 t 3.5 %
Y 0.00 0.00 1.00 195.9
Z 0.00 0.00 1.00 195.7
10010- SAR Vafidallon (Square, 100ms, 10ms) X 9.85 81.84 20.91 10.00 25.0 i 9.6 %
CAA
Y 10.35 82.84 20.96 25.0
Z 9.24 80.45 20.49 25.0
10011~ UMTS~FDD (WCDMA) X 1.42 72.72 18.48 0.00 150.0 1 9,5 %
CAB
Y 1.15 68.46 16.03 150.0
2 1.19 69.33 16.47 150.0
10012— IEEE 802.110 WiFi 2.4 GHz (0583. 1 X 1.41 66,60 17.14 0.41 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB Mst)
Y 1.35 65.41 16.14 150.0
2 1.37 65.70 15.31 150.0
10013~ IEEE 802.11gWiF12.4 GHz (DSSS- X 5.30 67.44 17.71 1.40 150.0 $9.6 °/n
CAB OFDM, 6 Mbps)
Y 5.25 67.26 17.48 150.0
2 5.29 67.34 17.54 150.0
10021- GSM-FDD (TDMA, GMSK) X 15.55 91.05 25.81 9.39 50.0 t 9.5 "A
DAG
Y 21.52 97.05 27.50 50.0
2 13.40 88.00 24.84 50.0
10023- GPRS-FDD (TDMA, GMSK. TN 0) X 14.67 89.87 25.47 9.57 50.0 t 9.6 %
DAC
Y 19.35 95.07 26.93 50.0
2 12.87 87.11 24.58 50.0
10024- GPRS-FDD (TDMA, GMSK, TN 0-1) X 72.67 116.69 31.50 6.56 60.0 1 9.6 “In
DAG
Y 100.00 120.97 32.15 60.0
2 31.96 103.34 28.02 60.0
10025- EDGE-FUD (TDMA, 8PSK. TN 0) X 17.81 101.87 38.70 12.57 50.0 t 9.6 %
DAC
Y 13.13 92.90 34.83 50.0
Z 14.72 95.03 35.71 50.0
10026- EDGE-FUD (TDMA, BPSK. TN 0-1) X 18.31 99.95 34.53 9.56 60.0 t 9.5 %
DAG
Y 16.31 97.17 33.33 60.0
Z 16.55 96.65 33.14 60.0
10027- GFRS-FDD (TDMA, GMSK, TN 0-1-2) X 100.00 120.78 31.24 4.80 80.0 r i 9.6 "In
DAG
Y 100.00 119.86 30.63 80.0
Z 100.00 120.27 31.10 80.0
10028- GFRS-FDD (TDMA, GMSK, TN 0-1»2~3) X 100.00 121.31 30.58 3.55 100.0 i 9.6 %
DAC
Y 100.00 120.10 29.87 100.0
2 100.00 120.31 30.21 100.0
10029- EDGE—FDD (TDMA, 8FSK, TN 04-2) X 13.74 94.06 31 .43 7.80 80.0 t 9.6 %
DAG
Y 12.10 91.11 30.13 80.0
2 12.69 91.48 30.26 80.0
10030- IEEE 802.151 8109100111 (GFSK, DH1) X 100.00 120.44 31.46 5.30 70.0 t 9.6 %
CAA
Y 100.00 119.51 30.84 70.0
Z 86.39 117.92 30.89 70.1)
10031- IEEE 802.151 Blue1001h(GFSK. DH3) X 100.00 124.75 30.39 1.88 100.0 1 9.6 %
CAA
Y 100.00 122.04 29.08 100.0
2 100.00 122.19 29.33 100.0
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10032» lEEE 802.151 B1ue|ooln (GFSK, DH5) 100.00 132.42 32.41 1.17 100.0 1 9.6 %
CAA
Y 100.00 127.37 30.19 100.0
2 100.00 127.22 30.20 100.0
10033- 1555 002.151 01ue1561h (PI/4-DQPSK, x 16.00 95.52 27.10 5.30 70.0 1 9.6 %
CM 0111 )
Y 16.39 95.85 27.05 70.0
2 12.53 90.50 25.41 70.0
10034- 1555 002.151 Bluetouth (Pl/4-DQPSK, x 10.70 94.04 25.42 1.36 100.0 1 9.6 %
CM 0113)
Y 7.71 93.30 23.29 100.0
2 7.05 06.60 22.76 100.0
10035— 1555 002.151 Bluetoulh (19114-00500 x 6.36 00.03 23.33 1.17 100.0 1 9.6 %
CAA 0115)
V 4.42 61.76 20.00 100.0
2 4.44 61.54 20.76 100.0
10036- 1555 902.151 91us1oo1h(0.01=s1<, 0111) x 10.54 98.19 23.07 5.30 70.0 1 9.6 171.
CAA
Y 19.46 93.99 20.00 70.0 I
2 13.96 92.52 26.13 70.0
10037- 1555 002.151 B|UefDDlh (13-0590 01-13) x 10.52 53.61 25.31 1.00 100.0 1 9.6 "1.
CAA
Y 7.46 97.90 23.09 100.0
2 0.91 06.34 22.69 100.0
10030- 1555 002.151 Bluetoolh (8~DPSK. 0115) x 6.72 69.10 23.77 1.17 100.0 1 9.6 %
CAA
Y 4.56 02.55 21.16 100.0
2 4.59 02.20 21 .12 100.0
10039— CDMAZOOO (1xRTT, RC1) x 2.88 76.06 19.66 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB
Y 2.19 73.41 17.96 150.0
2 2.24 73.69 17.56 150.0
10042- lS-54 1 16-136 500 (70111111501115114~ x 29.99 101.32 27.42 7.70 50.0 1 9.6 %
CAB DQPSK. 119111616)
Y 57.75 111.39 29.82 50.0
2 20.04 94.03 25.49 50.0
10044- 16-91/51A/T1A553 500 (50m, FM) x 0.01 60.00 29147. 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
cm 00
v 0.01 96.41 0.53 1500
Z 0.00 106.36 0.61 150.0
10046- 05071700. 7011114150111, GFSK. Full x 10.02 61.42 24.20 13.00 25.0 1 9.6 "13
CM 5101 24)
Y 12.01 84.16 25.00 25.0
z 10.45 00.25 23.85 25.0
10049. DECT (700. 7011141an. GFSK, 050016 x 12.11 85.56 24.37 10.79 40.0 1 9.6 %
CAA 61m, 12)
Y 14.10 80.79 25.27 40.0
2 11.33 53.90 23.05 40.0
10056 UMTSVTDD (TD—SCDMA, 1.25 Mops) x 12.14 05.93 24.81 9.03 50.0 1 9.0 %
on
Y 12.75 07.19 25.07 50.0
2 11.32 04.12 24.10 50.0
10056- EDGE-FDD (TDMA. GPSK, TN 0.1.2.3) x 10.66 59.49 29.10 6.55 100.0 1 9.6 91.
DAC
Y 9.42 86.65 27.01 100.0
2 10.05 87.45 20.09 100.0
10059- 1555 302.110 WiFi 2.4 GHz (0666. 2 x 1.65 66.30 10.41 0.61 110.0 1 9.6 %
GAE M005)
Y 1.54 67.66 17.23 110.0
7. 1.53 60.07 17.43 110.0
10060- 1555 002.110 WiFi 2.4 011210355. 55 x 10000 134.53 35.47 1.30 110.0 1 9.6 116
CAB Mbps)
Y 10000 132.25 34.36 110.0
2 100.00 131.60 34.21 110.0
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10061- IEEE 802.11bWiFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS, 11 X 15.72 103.92 29.80 2.04 110.0 $9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 9.78 95.24 26.89 110.0
2 9.50 94.05 26.46 110.0
10062- IEEE 802.11a/h W1FI5 GHZ (OFDM, 6 X 5.02 67.22 17.01 0.49 1000 t 9.6 “lo
CAB Ming)
Y 4.97 67.04 16.79 100.0
2 5.00 67.08 16.82 100.0
10063- IEEE 802.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 9 X 5.07 67.40 17.16 0.72 100.0 t 9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 5.02 67.21 16.94 100.0
2 5.04 67.26 16.97 100.0
10064— IEEE 1302.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 12 X 5.43 67.77 17.43 0.86 100.0 k 9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 5.38 67.58 17.21 100.0
Z 5.41 67.64 17.25 100.0
10065- IEEE 802.11th WIF15 GH1(OFDM, 18 X 5.34 67.82 17.61 1.21 100.0 1 9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 5.28 67.62 17.38 100.0
2 5.32 67.69 17.43 100.0
10066- IEEE 802.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 24 X 5.40 67.98 17.85 1.46 100.0 1 9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 5.34 67.76 17.61 100.0
2 5.39 67.85 17.67 100.0
10067- IEEE 802.11th WIFI 5 GHz (OFDM, 36 X 5.73 68.10 18.30 2.04 100.0 t 9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 5.66 67.87 18.05 100.0
2 5.72 68.01 18.13 100.0
10068- IEEE 802.11th WIF15 GHZ (OFDM, 48 X 5.90 68.56 18.70 2.55 100.0 t 9.6 “A
CAB Mbps)
Y 5.82 68.29 18.44 100.0
2 5.90 68.48 18.54 100.0
10069- IEEE 802.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 54 X 5.97 68.43 18.86 2.67 100.0 1 9.6 “A:
CAB Mbps)
Y 5.89 68.17 18.59 100.0
Z 5.97 68.35 18.70 100.0
10071- IEEE 802.11g WiFi 2.4 GHz X 5.46 67.71 18.10 1.99 100.0 t 9.6 %
CAB (DSSS/OFDM. 9 Mbps)
Y 540 67.50 17.87 100.0
2 5.45 67.61 17.94 100.0
10072- IEEE 802.119 WiFi 2.4 GHZ X 5.55 68.34 18.45 2.30 100.0 1 9.6 %
CAB (DSSSIOFDM. 12 Mbps)
Y 5.48 68.10 18.20 100.0
2 5.55 68.24 18.28 100.0
10073- IEEE 802.11g WiFi 2.4 GHZ X 5.71 68.73 18.89 2.83 100.0 1 9.6 r‘/u
CAB (DSSSIOFDM, 15 Mbps)
Y 5.63 68.45 18.63 100.0
2 5.71 68.85 18.73 100.0
10074- IEEE 802.11g W|F12.4 GHZ X 5.76 88.86 19.19 3.30 100.0 t 9.6 %
CAB (DSSSIOFDM, 24 Mbps)
Y 5.67 68.55 18.90 100.0
2 5.77 68.80 19.03 100.0
10075» IEEE 802.11gWiFi 2.4 GHZ X 5.97 89.51 19.77 3.82 90.0 $9.6 %
GAE (DSSS/OFDM. 36 Mbps)
Y 5.85 69.11 19.43 90.0
Z 5.99 69.45 19.61 90.0
10076- IEEE 802.119 WiFi 2.4 GHZ X 5.96 69.27 19.86 4.15 90.0 t 9.6 %
GAE (DSSSIOFDM 48 Mbps)
Y 5.85 66.87 19.52 90.0
Z 5.99 69.24 19.72 90.0
10077— IEEE 802.119 WiFi 2.4 GHZ X 8.00 69.37 19.97 4.30 90.0 t 9.6 %
CAB (DSSSIOFDM. 54 Mbps)
Y 5.89 68.96 19.62 90.0
Z 6.03 69.34 19.83 90.0
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10081— CDMA2000(1)QAM)
Y 8.73 76.65 21.51 650
Z 8.82 76.47 21.44 65.0
10105- LTE~TDD (SC»FDMA, 100% RE, 20 X 7.98 74.72 21.06 3.98 65.0 i 9.6 %
CAC MHZ. M-QAM)
Y 8.03 74.86 21.06 65.0
Z 7.61 73.51 20.40 65.0
10108~ LTE»FDD (SC—FDMA. 100% RE, 10 X 3.27 71.88 17.76 0.00 150.0 1: 9.6 %
CAD MHZ, QPSK)
Y 3.02 70.38 10.87 150.0
2 3.08 70.66 16.99 150.0
10109— LTE»FDD (SC~FDMA, 100% RE. 10 X 3.25 68.64 16.73 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 ”/n
CAD MHz, 16—QAM)
Y 3.13 67.91 16.18 150.0
Z 3.16 68.05 16.25 150.0
10110- LTE-FDD(SC-FDMA,100% RE. 5 MHz. X 2.71 70.99 17.56 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD QPSK
Y 2.49 69.37 16.56 150.0
Z 2.54 69.69 16.72 150.0
10111- LTE»FDD (SC—FDMA, 100°/n RE, 5 MHZ, X 2.94 69.24 17.11 0.00 150.0 1: 9.6 %
CAD 16-QAM)
Y 2.83 68.45 16.51 1500
Z 2.85 68.47 16.54 150.0
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10112- LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 1001.4, RB, 10 x 3.35 66.45 16.70 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 "A
CAD MHz, 64-QAM)
Y 3.25 67.02 16.20 150.0
2 3.26 67.92 15.26 150.0
10113- LTE—FDD(SCVFDMA.100% RB, 5 MHZ. x 3.09 69.16 17.14 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD 64~GAM)
Y 2.99 66.50 16.60 150.0
2 3.00 60.49 16.61 150.0
10114- IEEE 802.11n (HT Greenfield. 13.5 x 5.36 67.61 16.76 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB Mbps, BPSK)
Y 5.31 67.41 16.53 150.0
2 5.33 67.45 16.56 150.0
10115. IEEE 602.11n (HT Greenfield, 81 Mbps, x 5.76 60.00 16.95 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB 16-QAM)
Y 5.71 67.76 15.71 150.0
2 5.74 67.05 16.76 150.0
10116- IEEE 002.11n (HT Greenfield, 135 Mbps. x 5.50 67.87 16.00 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB 64-QAM)
Y 5.45 67.67 16.59 150.0
2 5.46 67.70 16.60 150.0
10117- IEEE 002.11n (HT M|xed. 13.5 Mhps. x 5.37 67.63 16.79 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB BPSK)
Y 5.32 67.44 16,57 150.0
2 5.33 67.46 16.59 150.0
101104 IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. 61 Mbps,16~ x 5.00 67.97 16.94 0.00 150.0 1 9,6 %
CAB QAM)
Y 5.75 67.60 16.74 150.0
2 5.76 67.82 16.75 150.0
10119- IEEE 002.11n (HT Mixed, 135 Mbps. 64- x 5.47 67,813 16.00 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB OAM)
V 5.42 67.63 16.50 150.0
2 5.43 67.65 16.60 150.0
10140— LTE—FDD (SOFDMA. 100% RB, 15 x 3.71 66.61 16.60 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAC MHz. 16-QAM)
Y 3.61 66.02 16.22 150.0
2 3.64 60.14 16.26 150.0
10141- LTE-FDD (SC4FDMA, 100% R0, 15 x 3.62 60.57 16.77 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAC MHz, 64»QAM)
Y 3.73 66.05 16.36 150.0
2 3.75 66.13 10.40 150.0
10142— LTEVFDD (SC~FDMA. 10014 RE, 3 MHZ, x 2.49 71.10 17.54 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD QPSK)
Y 2.27 69.32 16.43 150.0
2 2.31 69.61 16.60 150.0
10143- LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 100% RE, 3 MHz, x 2.07 70.15 17.21 0.00 150.0 19.6 %
CAD 1G-QAM)
Y 2.72 69.17 16.50 150.0
| 2 2.73 69.14 16.52 150.0
10144. LTE-FDD(SC-FDMA,100% RE, 3 MHz, x 2.66 60.25 15.06 0.00 150.0 19.6 “4
CAD 64-QAM)
Y 254 67.26 15.14 150.0
z 2.56 67.43 15.26 150.0
10145— LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 100% Rs, 1.4 x 1.97 70.67 16.37 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD MHz, QPSK)
Y 166 66.25 14.76 150.0
2 1.73 66.59 15.05 150.0
10146- LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 100% R0,1.4 x 4.75 76.42 19.14 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD MHz 16-QAM)
Y 3.03 74.52 16.97 150.0
2 4.41 76.61 16.14 150.0
10147- LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA. 10091 RE. 1.4 x 6.27 02.79 20.95 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD MHz, 64-QAM)
Y 5.05 76.64 16.76 150.0
2 5.67 60.46 19.79 150.0
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10149— LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 50% RB, 20 MHz, x 3.26 66.70 16.77 0.00 150.0 29.6 %
CAC 16-QAM)
Y 3.14 67.97 16.22 150.0
z 6.17 66.10 16.29 150.0
10150- LTEfFDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RB. 20 MHZ, x 3.36 66.50 16.73 0.00 150.0 29.6 %
CAC 64-QAM)
Y 3.26 67.67 16.24 150.0
2 3.29 67.96 16.60 150.0
10151— LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RB. 20 MHz, x 9.26 79.92 22.22 3.96 65.0 x 9.6 %
CAC QPSK)
Y 9.15 79.94 22.06 65.0
2 8.96 79.94 21.70 65.0
10152- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 5094, RB, 20 MHz. x 6.60 77.27 21.75 3.96 65.0 1 9.9 %
CAC 16-0AM)
Y 8.35 76.62 21.41 65.0
2 8.46 76.64 21.35 65.0
10153. LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 50% RB, 20 MHZ, x 6.66 77.79 22.26 3.96 65.0 5 9.6 %
CAC 64-QAM)
V 6.70 77.50 22.02 65.0
2 6.75 77.18 21.89 65.0
10154— LTE»FDD (SC—FDMA, 50% RB. 10 MHz, x 2.76 71.52 17.97 0.00 150.0 19.6 %
CAD QPSK)
Y 2.56 69.90 16.66 150.0
2 2.60 70.17 17.01 150.0
10155- LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 50% RB, 10 MHz. x 2.94 69.23 17.11 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD 16~QAM)
Y 2.63 66.44 16.51 150.0
2 2.65 66.47 16.54 150.0
10156- LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RE. 5 MHz. x 2.40 71.71 17.74 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD QF’SK)
v 2.14 69.64 16.49 150.0
2 2.19 69.95 16.67 150.0
10157- LTEAFDD (SGFDMA, 5091, RE, 5 MHz, x 2.56 69.20 16.24 0.00 1500 i 9.6 %
CAD 16-QAM)
Y 239 67.98 15.37 150.0
2 2.42 66.11 15.51 150.0
10156- 1.15500 (SCQAM UL Subflame=2.3 4 7 8 9)
Y 5.13 73.46 18.54 80.0
Z 5.13 73.07 18.42 80.0
10488- LTE-TDD (SGFDMA. 50% RB. 10 MHz, X 6.90 79.78 21.64 2.23 80.0 i 9.6 %
AAE QPSK. UL Subframe=2.3,4.7.8,9)
Y 6.14 77.86 20.75 80.0
2 6.18 77.51 20.58 80.0
10489— LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RB. 10 MHZ, X 5.38 73.43 19.44 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAE 16—QAM. UL Suerame:2.3.4.7.s.9)
Y 5.09 72.55 18.91 80.0
2 5.16 72.40 16.83 80.0
10490- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RB. 10 MHZ. X 5.41 72.95 19.27 2.23 80.0 1 9.6 %
AAB 64-QAM. UL Subframs=2.3.4,7,8,9)
Y 5.14 72.16 18.78 80.0
2 5.21 72.02 18.71 80.0
10491— LTE~TDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RB. 15 MHZ, X 6.32 76.48 20.47 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 Va
AAB QPSK. UL Subrrame=2.3.4,7,8.9)
Y 5.85 75.21 19.82 80.0
2 5.92 75.01 19.70 80.0
10492- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 50% RB. 15 MHZ, X 5.50 72.00 19.03 2.23 00.0 i 9.6 %
AAB 16»QAM, UL Suhflame=2.3.4.7.8.9)
Y 5.27 71.31 18.59 80.0
2 5.36 71.26 18.56 80.0
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10493» LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RB. 15 MHZ. X 5.54 71.72 18.94 2.23 80.0 i 9.6 °/a
AAB 64-QAM UL Sublrama=2.8,4,7.8.9)
Y 5.32 71.08 18.52 80.0
2 5.41 71.05 18.49 60.0
10494— LTE-TDD (SC—FDMA, 50% RB, 20 MHZ, X 7.25 78.81 21.14 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAB QPSK, UL Subframe=2 ,4 7.8.9)
Y 6.59 77.27 20.41 60.0
2 6.62 76.95 20.25 80.0
10495- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RB. 20 MHz. X 5.65 72.70 19.29 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAB 167QAM. UL Subframe=2 3 4 7 8 9)
V 5.39 71.95 18.83 80.0
Z 5.48 71.90 18.78 60.0
10495~ LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 50% RB. 20 MHz. X 5.64 72.15 19.11 2.28 80.0 i 9.6 %
AAB 64-QAM, UL Subtrams=2,3,4,7,8.9)
Y 5.41 71.48 18.68 80.0
Z 5.50 71.45 18.64 80.0
10497- LTE-TDD (SGFDMA, 100% RE. 1.4 X 6.62 80.74 20.69 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 “la
AAA MHZ. QFSK, UL Sublramezz. , . . ,9)
Y 5.48 77.81 19.35 80.0
Z 5.31 76.98 19.14 80.0
104984 LTE—TDD (SC-FDMA. 100"/o RB. 1.4 X 4.90 73.48 17.22 2.23 80.0 3: 9.0 %
AAA MHZ. 16-QAM. UL
Subfmme=2.3. . .B,9)
Y 4.27 71.53 16.16 80.0
Z 4.35 71.46 16.28 80.0
10499~ LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 10096 RB, 1.4 X 4.83 72.93 16.89 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAA MHZ, 64'QAM. UL
Subfmme=2.3.4.7.8.9)
Y 4.21 71.00 15.82 80.0
2 4.31 71.03 15.99 80.0
10500- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 10031: RB, 3 MHZ. X 6.85 80.51 21.77 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAA QPSK, UL Subirame=2.3,4.7.8.9)
Y 6.00 78.35 20.77 80.0
Z 6.00 77.87 20.57 80.0
10501- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 100% RE. 3 MHz. X 5.43 74.16 19.30 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 16-QAM. UL Suhframe=2.3.4.7,8,9)
Y 5.10 73.18 18.71 80.0
Z 5.13 72.87 18.60 80.0
10502» LTE—TDD (SC-FDMA. 100% R8. 3 MHZ. X 5.44 73.80 19.13 2.28 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 64»QAM, UL Subframe=2.3,4.7,8.9)
Y 5.13 72.89 18.57 80.0
2 5.15 72.59 18.48 80.0
10503- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 100% RB. 5 MHZ. X 6.81 79.57 21.56 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAB QPSK. UL Sublrame=2,3 4 7.8.9)
Y 6.06 77.64 20.66 80.0
Z 6.11 77.33 20.51 80.0
10504» LTE—TDD (SC—FDMA, 100% RB. 5 MHZ. X 5.36 73.36 19.40 2.23 80.0 3: 9.8 %
AAB 16-QAM UL Subvrame=2.3.4.7,8.9)
Y 507 72.47 18.88 80.0
2 5.14 72.33 18.79 80.0
10505— LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 100% R8. 5 MHZ. X 5.38 72.87 19.23 2.23 80.0 i: 9.6 %
AAE SAAQAM. UL Sub!mme=2.3.4.7.8.9L
Y 5.11 72.07 18.73 1 80.0
2 5.19 71.95 18.67 80.0
10506- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 100% RE. 10 X 7.19 78.66 21.07 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 "la
AAB MHZ. QPSK. UL Subframe=2 3 4.7.33)
Y 6.54 77.11 20.34 80.0
Z 0.57 78.81 20.18 80.0
10507- LTE-TDD (SQFDMA. 100% RE. 10
AAE MHZ. 16-QAM. UL
Subframe=2,3.4.7.8.9)
5.53 72.64 19.26 2.23 80.0 2 9.6 %
5.37 71.89 18.79 80.0
5.46 71.85 18.75 80.0
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10508- LTE-TDD (SOFDMA, 100% REV 10 X 5.63 72.09 19.07 2.23 80.0 1 9.6 ”In
AAB MHZ, 64~QAM. UL
Sublrams=2,3,4,7,8,9)
Y 539 71.41 18.64 80.0
Z 5.49 71.39 18.61 80.0
10509- LTE—TDD (SC-FDMA. 100% RB,15 X 6.80 75.50 19.99 2.23 80.0 1 9.6 %
AAB MHZ. QPSK, UL Subirame=2,3,4.7,8,9)
Y 6.40 74.81 19.47 80.0
Z 6.44 74.60 19.35 80.0
10510- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 1007.) RB, 15 X 6.00 71.87 18.97 2.23 80.0 t 9,6 %
AAB MHz. 16»QAM. UL
Sublrame=2 35,799)
Y 5.78 71.27 18.59 800
Z 5.87 71.27 18.56 80.0
10511- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 100% RE, 15 X 5.98 71.43 18.84 2.23 80.0 t 9.5 %
AAB MHZ, 64-QAM, UL
Subframe=2 3,4,7,8,9)
V 5.78 70.08 18.45 80.0
2 5.87 70.89 18.46 80.0
10512» LTE—TDD (SC»FDMA. 100% RB. 20 X 7.65 78.39 20.81 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAB MHz, QPSK. UL Sublrame=2,3.4.7.a.9)
Y 7.04 77.04 20.17 80.0
Z 7.05 76.73 20.01 80.0
10513— LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 100% RB, 20 X 5.99 72.54 19.22 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAB MHz. 16-QAM, UL
Subframe=2,3.4.7,8 9)
Y 5.74 71.83 18.79 80.0
Z 5.84 71.84 18.77 80.0
10514» LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 100% R8, 20 X 5.89 71.84 19.00 2.23 80.0 t 9.6 %
AAB MHZ. Bd-QAM, UL
Subframe=2,3,4.7,8l9)
Y 5.67 71.22 18.61 80.0
Z 5.77 71.23 16.59 80.0
10515- IEEE 802.11b WiFi 2.4 GHZ (0336. 2 X 1.04 64.60 16.09 0.00 150.0 t 9.6 %
AAA Mbps. 99pc duty cycle)
Y 1.01 63.51 15.03 150.0
2 1.00 63.69 15.18 150.0
10518- IEEE 802.11!) WIFI 2.4 GHZ (DSSS. 5.5 X 1.58 89.32 26.18 0.00 150.0 t9.6 %
AAA Mbps, 99pc dmy cycle)
Y 0.68 71 .98 19.30 1500
Z 0.78 74.89 19.62 150.0
10517- IEEE 802.11bWiFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS, 11 X 0.96 68.28 17.72 0.00 150.0 x 9.6 %
AAA Mbps, Qgpc duty cycle)
Y 087 65.73 15.83 150.0
2 0.88 66.23 16.14 150.0
10518- IEEE 802.11th WiFi 5 GHz (OFDM, 9 X 4.79 67.10 16.58 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Mbps. SSpc duly cycle)
Y 4.74 66.90 16.34 150.0
2 4.76 66.92 16.36 150.0
10519- lEEE 1302.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (GFDM. 12 X 5.03 67.42 16.72 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Mbps 99m: dmy cycle)
Y 4.98 67.22 16.49 150.0
2 5.00 67.24 16.51 150.0
10520- IEEE 802.113”) W1Fi5 GHZ (OFDM, 18 X 4.88 67.42 16.66 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Mbps, 99pc duty cycle)
Y 482 67.20 16.42 150.0
Z 4.84 67.23 16.44 150.0
10521- IEEE 1302.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM. 24 X 4.81 67.44 16.66 0.00 150.0 2 9.6 %
AAA Mbps, SSpc duty cycle)
Y 4.75 67.21 16.40 150.0
Z 4.77 67.24 16.43 150.0
10522- IEEE 802.1160! WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM. 36 X 4.84 67.34 16.65 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Mbps, 99pm duly cycle)
Y 4.79 67.14 16.41 150.0
Z 4.51 67.14 16.43 150.0
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10523- IEEE 802.11th WiF15 GHZ (OFDM, 46 X 4.72 67.29 16.53 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Mbps 99pc duly cycle)
Y 4.66 67.07 16.29 150.0
2 4.68 67.09 16.31 150.0
10524- IEEE 602.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM. 54 X 4.80 67.32 16.65 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Mbps 995“: duly cycle)
Y 4.75 67.12 16.41 150.0
2 4.77 67.13 16.43 150.0
10525— IEEE 802.118GW1F1(20MHZ, M090. X 4.74 66.35 16.23 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 °/o
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 4.69 66.14 16.00 150.0
2 4.71 J 6616 16.01 150.0
10526- IEEE 802.1130 WiFi (20MHZ, MCS1, X 4.97 66.77 16.38 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 9990 duty cycIE)
V 4.91 66.56 16.14 150.0
2 4.92 66.58 16.16 150.0
10527- IEEE 802.11ac WiFi (20MH2. MCSZ. X 4.88 68.77 16.35 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA sflpc duty cycle)
Y 4.82 66.54 16.10 150.0
2 4.84 68.57 16.18 150.0
10528~ IEEE 802.1130 WlFi (ZOMHZ. M088. X 4.90 66.79 16.36 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 4.84 66.56 16.14 150.0
2 4.86 66.59 1616 150.0
10529— IEEE 802.1180W1Fi (20MHZ, M084. X 4.90 66.79 16.38 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duly cycle)
V 4.84 66.56 16.14 150.0
2 4.86 66.58 16.16 150.0
10531- IEEE 602.1180 WlFI (20MHZ. MCSS. X 4.93 66.97 16.42 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99m: du|y cyole)
Y 4.56 66.72 16.17 150.0
2 4.88 66.75 16.19 150.0
10532- IEEE 802.1136 WiFi (20MHZ. M087. X 4.77 66.86 16.39 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99m: duty cycle)
Y 4.71 66.60 16.12 150.0
Z 4.73 66.64 16.15 150.0
10533- IEEE 802.1131: WiFi (ZOMHZ, M088. X 4.92 66.80 16.36 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA sgpc duty cycle)
V 4.86 66.58 16.11 150.0
Z 4.87 66.60 16.13 150.0
10534- IEEE 602.1180 WlFI (40MHZ. M030, X 5.41 66.95 16.41 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99m: duly cycle)
Y 5.35 66.75 16.19 150.0
2 5.37 66.78 16.21 150.0
10535— IEEE 602.1121!) WiFi (40MHZ. M081, X 5.48 67.09 16.46 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 "/o
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 543 66.89 16.25 150.0
2 5.44 66.92 16.26 150.0
10536- IEEE 802.1180 WiFi (40MHZ. M082. X 5.35 67.09 16.45 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 5.29 66.87 16.23 150.0
Z 530 66.90 16.24 150.0
10537- IEEE 602.1180 WIFI (40MHZ, M033, X 5.41 67.05 16.43 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 ‘Va
AAA 99pc duly cycle)
Y 5.36 66.85 16.22 150.0
2 5.37 66.87 16.23 150.0
10538- IEEE 802.11ac WiFi (4OMHZ. M084, X 5.& 67.15 16.52 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 5.48 66.94 16.30 1500
Z 5.50 66.97 1632 150.0
10540- IEEE 502.1186 WiFi (40MHZ. M086, X 5.43 67.07 16.50 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 5.37 66.86 16.26 150.0
Z 538 66.89 16.29 150.0
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10541- IEEE 802.1160 WiFi (40MHZ. MCS7, X 5.42 67.03 16.46 (7.00 150.0 2 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duly cycle)
V 5.36 66.81 16.25 150.0
2 5.38 66.86 16.28 150.0
10542» IEEE 802.11ac WiFl (40MHZ, MOSS. X 5.56 67.00 16.48 0.00 150.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duly cycle)
Y 5.50 66.81 16.26 150.0
2 5.52 66.84 16.28 150.0
10543- IEEE 802.1131: WlFI (40MHz. M089, X 5.65 67.02 16.49 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Sch duly cycle)
Y 560 66.83 16.28 150.0
2 5.62 66.87 16.31 150.0
105444 IEEE 802.11achFi (60MHZ, MCSO, X 5.67 67.03 16.68 0.00 150.0 2 9.6 %
AAA 99m: duty cycle)
Y 5.62 66.85 16.18 150.0
2 5.63 66.88 16.19 150.0
10545- IEEE 802.1 1 ac WiFI (SOMHZ, MCS1, X 5.89 67.44 16.51 0.00 150.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 9990 duty cycle)
Y 5.84 67.25 16.31 150.0
Z 5.84 67.26 16.32 150.0
10546- IEEE 802.113: WiFi (8UMHZ. MCSZ, X 5.78 67.35 16.50 0.00 150.0 t 9.6 % 7
AAA 99110 duly cycle)
Y 5.73 67.16 16.29 150.0
2 5.74 67.19 16.30 150.0
10547- IEEE 802.1180 WIFI (80MHZ, MCSS, X 5.88 67.44 16.53 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99m; duluycle)
Y 5.82 67.23 16.31 160.0
2 5.84 67.28 16.34 150.0
10548- IEEE 802,11acWiFi (80MHz, M034. X 6.24 68.66 17.12 0.00 150.0 9. 9.6 %
AAA 99m duty cycle)
Y 6.15 68.36 16.84 150.0
2 6.16 68.38 16.86 150.0
10550- IEEE 802.1150 WiFi (80MHZ. MCSG. X 5.60 67.28 16.46 0.00 150.0 i 9.6 %
AAA 9903 duly cycle)
Y 575 67.08 16.26 150.0
2 5.76 67.12 16.27 150.0
10551- IEEE 802.11acW1FI (80MHZ. M087, X 5.83 67.43 16.50 0.00 150.0 19.6 %
AAA 99pc duly cycle)
Y 5.77 67.22 16.29 150.0
2 5.78 67.25 16.30 150.0 1
10552- IEEE 802.11scWIFI (80MHZ, MCSB. X 5.72 67.16 16.39 0.00 150.0 19.6 %
AAA 9990 duly cycle)
Y 5.67 66.97 16.18 150.0
Z 5.68 67.00 16.20 150.0
10553- IEEE 802.1130 WIFI (BOMHZ, M039, X 5.81 67.18 16.42 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duly cycle)
Y 5.76 67.00 16.22 150.0
Z 5.77 67.03 16.23 150.0
10554— IEEE1602.11ac W1Fi(160MHZ, MCSO. X 6.07 67.41 16.47 0.00 150.0 in 9.6 %
AAA 99m duly cycle)
Y 6.02 67.24 16.28 150.0 I
z 6.02 67.27 16.29 150.0 I
10555- IEEE1602.11acW1FI(160MHZ, MCS1, X 6.25 67.82 16.64 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99m duly cycle)
Y 6.19 67.62 16.43 150.0
Z 6.20 67.66 16.46 150.0
10556- IEEE1602.11acW1Fi(160MHz, MCSZ, X 6.24 67.77 16.61 0.00 150.0 £96 %
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 6.19 67.59 16.41 150.0
Z 6.19 67.61 16.43 150.0
10557- IEEE 1602.11ac WiFi (160MHZ, MCSB, X 624 67.78 16.64 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 999° duly cycle)
Y 618 67.59 16.43 150.0
2 6.19 67.62 16.45 150.0
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ESSDV3— SN13319 March14, 2017
10558» IEEE 1502.11aCWiF1(160MH1, M084. 6.31 68.00 16.76 0.00 150.0 19.6 %
AAA 99111; duly cyde)
Y 6.25 67.79 16.55 150.0
Z 6.26 67.82 16.57 150.0
10560- IEEE1602.11flc WiFi (160MHZ, M086, X 6.30 67.81 16.70 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA gape duly cycle)
Y 624 67.61 16.50 150.0
2 6.26 67.66 16.52 150.0
10561- IEEE 1602.1160 WiFi (160MHZ. MOST, X 6.20 67.76 16.72 0.00 1500 t 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 6.15 67.55 16.51 1500
Z 6.16 67.60 16.53 150.0
10562- lEEE1GO2.11ac W|F1(160MHZ.MCSS. X 6.39 68.33 17.01 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 99pc duty cycle)
Y 0.32 68.08 16.77 150.0
2 6.34 66.13 16.81 150.0
10563- lEEE1602.11acWiFi (160MHZ. M069, X 6.65 68.60 17.09 0.00 1500 t 9.8 %
AAA 99m; duly cycle)
Y 6.59 68.41 16.86 150.0
2 6.58 66.40 16.68 150.0
10564- IEEE 802.119 WlFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 5.14 67.24 16.77 0.46 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA OFDM, 9 Mbps. 99m: duly cycle)
Y 5.09 67.04 16.53 150.0
2 5.10 67.06 16.57 150.0
10565- IEEE 802.119 WiFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS» X 5.42 67.73 17.08 0.46 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA OFDM, 12 Mbps 99pc duty cycle)
Y 5.36 67.55 16.86 150.0
Z 5.38 67.58 16.89 150.0
10566» IEEE 802.119 W1F12.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 5.25 67.63 16.93 0.46 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA OFDM, 18 Mbps. 99pc duty cycle)
Y 5.19 67.42 16.69 150.0
2 5.21 67.47 16.73 150.0
10567- IEEE 802.119 WlFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 5.27 67.98 17.24 0.46 150.0 t 9.6 “A1
AAA OFDM. 24 Mbps 99m: duly cyclg)
Y 522 67.81 17.03 150.0
2 5.23 67.81 17.03 150.0
10568- IEEE 802.119 WiFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS» X 5.15 07.34 16.68 0.46 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA OFDM. 36 Mbps, 99m: duty cycle)
Y 5.09 67.11 16.43 1500
Z 5.12 57.17 16.48 150.0
10569— IEEE 802.119 WiFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 5.20 67.97 17.24 0.46 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA OFDM. 48 Mbps. 99pc duty cycle)
Y 5.15 67.61 17.04 150.0
Z 5.16 67.80 17.04 150.0
10570- IEEE 802.119 WiF12.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 5.25 67.60 17.18 0.46 150.0 t 9.6 %
AAA OFDM. 54 Mbps. 99m: duly cycle) L
Y 5.20 67.64 16.98 150.0
Z 5.21 67.63 16.98 150.0
10571- IEEE 802.11!) WIFI 2.4 GHZ (DSSS, 1 X 1.47 67.75 17.68 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 “A
AAA Mbps, 90pc duly cycle)
Y 1.40 66.34 16.57 130.0
Z 1.42 66.69 16.76 130.0
105727 IEEE 802.11b WiFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS. 2 X 1.51 68.57 18.12 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 “In
AAA Mbps. 90m; duty cycle)
Y 1.43 67.03 16.96 130.0
Z 1.45 67.37 17.14 130.0
10573- 1EEE 802.111) WIFI 2.4 GHZ (DSSS, 5.5 X 100.00 149.09 40.35 0.46 130.0 d: 9.6 "fa
AAA Mbus 90m: duly cycle)
Y 5.48 98.07 27.02 1300
Z 8.77 105.39 29.04 130.0
10574- iEEE 802.11b WIFI 2.4 GHZ (0888. 11 X 2.10 78.38 22.53 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Mbps. 90pc duty cycle)
Y 1.75 74.27 20.33 130.0
Z 1.81 74.78 20.52 130.0
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ES3DV3— SN23319 March 14, 2017
10575- IEEE 802.119 WiFl 2.4 GHZ (DSSS- 4.95 67.11 16.87 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAA OFDM. 6 Mbps, Qgpc duly cycle)
Y 4.91 66.91 16.63 130.0
Z 4.93 66.95 16.67 130.0
10576- IEEE 802.11g W|F12.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 4.96 67.26 16.93 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 ‘Va
AAA OFDM, 9 Mbps. 90m: my cycle)
Y 4.93 67.07 16.70 130.0
Z 4.95 67.11 16.73 130.0
10577- lEEE 602.11g WiFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS» X 5.23 67.61 17.11 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA OFDM, 12 Mbps. 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.16 67.42 16.68 130.0
2 5.21 67.46 16.91 130.0
10576— IEEE 802.119 WiFl 2.4 GHZ (DSSS X 5.13 67.79 17.20 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA OFDM 18 Mbps 90pc duty cycle)
V 5.07 67.60 16.96 130.0
Z 5.10 67.62 17.00 130.0
10579- IEEE 602.11g WiFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 4.92 67.26 16.64 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA OFDM, 24 Mbps. SOpc duty cycleL
Y 4.85 66.98 16.35 130.0
Z 4.89 67.06 16.43 130.0
10580— IEEE 902.119 WlFi 2.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 4.96 67.16 16.62 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA OFDM, 36 Mbps. 9090 duly cycle)
Y 4.89 66.92 16.33 1301)
2 4.93 67.01 16.41 130.0
10561- IEEE 602.11g WlFI 2.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 5.04 67.92 17.16 0.46 130.0 i9.6 %
AAA OFDM, 48 Mbps, gape duly cycle)
Y 4.96 67.70 16.95 130.0
Z 5.01 67.74 16.97 130.0
10582- IEEE 802.11g W1Fi2.4 GHZ (DSSS- X 4.88 67.01 16.45 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA OFDM 54 Mbps. 90pc duly cycle)
Y 481 66.72 16.14 130.0
Z 4.85 66.84 16.24 130.0
10563» IEEE 802.11thWlFI 5 GHZ (OFDM, 6 X 4.95 67.11 16.87 0.46 130.0 19.6 “A:
AAA Mbps, anc duly cycle)
Y 4.91 66.91 16.63 130.0
2 4.93 66.95 16.67 130.0
10584— IEEE 802.118Ih WlFi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 9 X 4.98 67.26 16.93 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 “A.
AAA Mbps. 90m: duly cycle)
V 4.93 67.07 16.70 130.0
2 4.95 67.11 16.73 130.0
10565- IEEE 602.11athlFI 5 GHZ (OFDM, 12 X 5.23 67.61 17.11 0.46 130.0 i9.6 %
AAA Mbps, 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.16 67.42 16.36 130.0
2 5.21 67.46 16.91 130.0
10586- IEEE 802.11th WlFi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 18 X 5.13 67.79 17.20 0.46 130.0 19.6 %
AAA Mbps, 90m: duly cycle)
V 5.07 67.60 16.96 130.0
Z 5.10 67.62 17.00 130.0
10567- IEEE 602.11slh WlFI 5 GHZ (OFDM, 24 X 4.92 67.26 16.64 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA Mbps, 90pc duly cycle)
Y 4.85 66.96 16.35 130.0
Z 4.89 67.08 16.43 130.0
105664 IEEE 802.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 36 X 4.96 67.16 16.62 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA Mbps, 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.89 66.92 16.33 130.0
2 4.93 67.01 16.41 130.0
10569- IEEE 602.11slh WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM. 48 X 5.04 67.92 17.16 0.46 130.0 E 9.6 %
AAA Mst 9090 duly cycle)
Y 4.98 67.70 16.95 130.0
2 5.01 67.74 16.97 130.0
10590- IEEE 802.11th WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM. 54 X 4.86 67.01 16.45 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 "/n
AAA Mhps, gnpc duly cycle)
Y 4.81 66.72 16.14 130.0
2 4.85 l 66.84 15.24 | 130.0
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ES3DV37 SN:3319 March 14, 2017
10591— IEEE 802.11“ (HT Mixed. 20MHZ, X 5.10 67.15 10.94 0.46 130.0 $9.6 %
AAA M080, 90m; duly cycie)
Y 5.06 66.97 16.72 130.0
Z 5.07 67.00 16.75 130.0
10592- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mlxed. 20MHz, X 5.29 67.50 17.06 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 "6
AAA MCS1, 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.24 67.32 16.84 130.0
Z 5.26 67.35 16.87 130.0
1059} IEEE 802.11n (HT M1xed, 20MHZ, X 5.23 67.49 16.99 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA MCSZ. QOpc duIy cycle)
Y 5.17 67.29 16.76 130.0
2 5.20 67.34 16.80 130.0
10594- IEEE 602.11" (HT Mixed, 20MHZ, X 5.27 67.61 17.11 0.40 130.0 t 9.6 ‘Vo
AAA MCS3, 90m: duly gale)
Y 5.22 67.43 16.89 130.0
2 5.25 67.46 16.92 130.0
10595- IEEE 602.11n (HT Mixed. 20MHZ. X 5.26 67.62 17.04 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 “A
AAA M034 90pm duly cycle)
Y 5.20 67.41 16.81 130.0
2 5.23 67.46 16.84 130.0
10596- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed, 20MHZ. X 5.19 67.61 17.04 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA M055, QOpc duly cycle)
Y 5.14 67.40 16.60 130.0
Z 5.17 67.44 16.64 130.0
10597— IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed, ZOMHZ. X 5.15 67.57 16.97 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA MCSG. 90 pc duly cycle)
Y 5.09 67.35 16.72 130.0 1
Z 5.12 67.41 16.76 130.0
10598» (EEE 902.11n (HT M1xed, 20MHz, X 5.13 67.83 17.22 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA M087 9090 du|y cycle)
Y 5.07 67.62 16.99 130.0
2 5.10 67.66 17.02 130.0
10599- IEEE 802.11n (HT M1xed, 40MHZ, X 5.77 67.79 17.12 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA mcso. 90m; duty cyole)
Y 5.72 67.60 16.91 130.0
Z 5.74 67.64 16.94 130.0
10600— IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 6.05 68.62 17.52 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA MCS1, 90pc duly_cyde)
Y 5.98 68.34 17.26 130.0
Z 6.00 65.41 17.31 130.0
10601- IEEE 802.11" (HT M1xed,40MHZ, X 5.86 68.09 17.27 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA M082 9090 du|y cyde)
Y 5.80 67.88 17.04 130.0
Z 5.82 67.93 17.07 130.0
10602- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed. 40MHz, X 5.98 68.19 17.24 0.46 130.0 19.6 %
AAA MCS3, 90m: duty cycle)
V 5.90 67.93 16.99 1300
Z 5.94 68.03 17.05 130.0
10603— IEEE 902.11 n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 6.09 65.56 17.54 0.46 130.0 3: 9.6 "A
AAA M084. QDpc duty cycle)
Y 6.02 68.33 17.31 130.0
Z 6.05 65.40 17.35 130.0
10604- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mlxed, 40MHZ, X 5.79 67.78 17.15 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 “A:
AAA MOSS, 90m: duly cycle)
Y 5.74 67.59 16.93 130.0
Z 5.76 67.64 16.97 130.0
10605- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.91 68.09 17.31 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAA MOSS, 90m: duly cycle)
Y 5.65 67.88 17.08 130.0
Z 5.87 67.94 17.12 130.0
10606» IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.67 67.56 16.92 0.46 130.0 1 9.5 “Ia
AAA M087. 9090 duly cycle)
V 5.62 67.36 16.69 130.0
Z 5.63 67.40 16.73 130.0
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ES3DV3- SN:3319 March 14. 2017
10607- IEEE 602.11acWiFi (ZOMHZ. MCSO. 4.93 66.44 16.55 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA gnpc duty cycle)
Y 4.68 66.25 16.33 130.0
Z 4.90 66.28 16.35 130.0
10608— IEEE 602.1180 WlFI (20MHZ, M081. X 5.16 66.68 16.71 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.11 66.69 16.49 130.0
Z 5.13 66.71 16.51 130.0
10609- IEEE 802.11ac WlFi (ZOMHZ, M032, X 5.05 66.60 16.60 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90m: duly cyde)
Y 4.99 66.58 16.36 130.0 I
2 5.02 66.62 16.39 130.0
10610- IEEE 602.1130 WiFi (20MHz. MCS3, X 5.11 66.94 16.74 0.46 130.0 1.- 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle) '
Y 5.05 66.74 16.51 130.0
| 2 5.07 66.77 16.54 130.0
10611~ IEEE 802.11ac WiFi (ZOMHZ. MCS4. X 5.04 66.82 16.63 0.46 130.0 2 96 "la
AAA 90pc dutuycle)
Y 4.95 66.59 16.39 130.0
Z 5.01 66.64 16.42 130.0
10612- IEEE 802.11ac WiFl (20MHz, M085, X 5.06 66.96 16.66 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 “A:
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 4.99 66.72 16.41 130.0
2 5.02 66.77 16.45 130.0
10613- IEEE 802.1186 WiFi (20MHZ, MOSS. X 5.06 66.91 16.58 0.46 130.0 1- 9.6 %
AAA 9091: duly was)
Y 5.01 66.66 16.32 130.0
2 5.04 66.72 16.37 130.0
10614- IEEE 802.11ac WlFi (ZOMHZ, MCS7, X 5.00 67.09 16.60 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 "A:
AAA 90pl: duty cycle)
V 4.94 66.86 16.56 130.0
2 4.96 66.90 16.59 130.0
10615- IEEE 802.11ac WlFI (20MHz. MCSB, X 5.04 66.62 16.41 0.46 1300 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cyole)
Y 4.98 66.36 16.15 130.0
2 5.01 66.45 16.20 130.0
10616- IEEE 802.11ac WlFi (40MHz. M030. X 5.59 67.05 16.74 0.46 130.0 x 9.6 %
AAA Qflpc duly cycle)
Y 5.54 66.66 16.53 130.0
2 5.56 66.89 16.55 130.0
10617— IEEE 602.1180 WiFi (40MHZ, M051. X 5.66 67.16 16.76 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA Sfipc duty cycle)
Y 5.60 66.97 16.55 130.0
Z 5.52 67.01 16.57 130.0
10618- IEEE 802.1180 WIFI (40MHZ. M032. X 5.55 67.23 16.62 0.46 1300 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.50 67.04 16.61 130.0
Z 5.51 67.07 16.62 130.0
10619— IEEE 802.11ac WlFi (40MHZ, M033, X 5.57 67.04 16.66 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA gape duty cycle)
Y 5.51 66.64 16.44 130.0
Z 553 66.86 16.47 130.0
10620- IEEE 802.11schFI (40MHZ, MCS4. X 5.71 67.21 16.79 0.46 130.0 $9.6 ‘Vn
AAA 90pc duly cyole)
Y 5.65 66.99 16.55 130.0
Z 5.67 67.05 16.60 130.0
10621- IEEE 802.11ach'Fi (40MH2, M035. X 5.67 67.21 16.90 0.46 130.0 $9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.61 67.05 16.70 130.0
2 5.63 67.07 16.71 130.0
10622» IEEE 802.1180 WlFi (40MHZ, MOSS, X 5.66 67.33 16.95 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 “16
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
V 5.61 67.14 16.74 130.0
2 5.63 67.17 16.76 130.0
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ESSDV37 SN:3319 March 14, 2017
10823» lEEE 802.1130 WlFl (40MHZ, MCS7, X 5.58 67.03 16.70 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 9000 duty cycle)
Y 5.51 66.79 16.46 130.0
Z 5.54 66.68 16.51 130.0
10624- IEEE 802.11ac WIFi (40MHZ. MOSS, X 5.74 67.07 16.77 0.46 130.0 * 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 566 66.89 16.57 130.0
Z 5.70 66.92 16.59 130.0
10625- IEEE 802.11ac WiFl (40MHZ, M089, X 6.12 68.00 17.28 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 "/n
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 607 67.85 17.09 130.0
2 6.06 67.78 17.06 130.0
10626— IEEE 802.1181: WiFi (80MHZ, MCSO. X 5.83 67.05 16.65 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.78 66.88 16.46 130.0
2 5.79 66.91 16.47 130.0
10627— IEEE 802.11achFi (80MHZ, M031. X 6.10 67.59 16.66 0.46 130.0 19.6%
AAA 90m: duty cyde)
Y 6.05 67.42 16.67 130.0
Z 6.05 67.42 16.67 130.0
10628- IEEE 802.1130 WtFI (SOMHZ. MCSZ. X 5.92 67.28 16.66 0.46 130.0 k 9.6 %
AAA 90pc dutmcle)
Y 5.86 67.08 16.45 130.0
Z 5.88 67.13 16.48 130.0
10629— IEEE 802.1130 WiFi (80MHZ. MCS3. X 6.03 67.42 16.72 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 °/n
AAA QDpc duty cycle)
Y 5.97 67.19 16.49 130.0
Z 5.99 67.27 16.54 130.0
10630- IEEE 802.1160 WiFi (8OMHZ, M034, X 6.68 69.49 17.76 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA 9090 duty cycle)
Y 6.56 69.10 17.44 130.0
2 6.58 89.15 17.46 130.0
10631- IEEE 802.1130 WiF] (SOMHZ, MCS5. X 6.50 69.03 17.69 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 6.41 68.76 17.46 130.0
2 6.44 68.80 17.47 130.0
10632- IEEE 802.11ac W1Fi(80MHZ, MCSG, X 6.08 67.69 17.04 0.46 1300 i 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 6.03 67.54 16.87 130.0
Z 6.05 67.55 16.87 130.0
10633- IEEE 802.1180 WiFl (80MH2, MCS7. X 6.06 67.65 16.87 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA 9090 duly cycle)
V 5.99 67.42 18.64 130.0
2 6.01 67.48 16.68 130.0
10634- IEEE 802.1130 WIFi (80MHZ. MCSB. X 6.02 67.58 16.89 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA 90pm duty cycle)
Y 5.96 67.38 16.68 130.0
2 5.98 67.43 16.71 130.0
10635— IEEE 802.1181; WiFi (80MHZ, M089. X 5.89 66.92 16.32 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA 90m: duty cycle)
Y 583 66.68 16.08 130.0
Z 5.86 66.78 16.14 130.0
10636- IEEE 1602.1130 WlFi (1 SOMHZ. MCSO, X 6.23 67.45 16.75 0.46 130.0 1: 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 619 67.29 16.56 130.0
2 6.20 57.31 16.57 130.0
10637- lEEE1602.11ac WlFS (1 BOMHZ, MCS1. X 6.44 67.93 16.96 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90m: duly cycle)
Y 6.38 67.73 16.75 130.0
2 6.40 67.78 16.78 130.0
10638— IEEE1602.11ac WlFi (160MHz, MCS2, X 6.41 67.82 16.88 0.46 130.0 i 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly_cycle)
Y 6.36 67.64 16.69 130.0
Z 6.37 67.67 16.71 130.0
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ES3DV37 SNJ3319 March 14, 2017
10639- IEEE 1602.11acW1‘Fi (160MHZ. MOSS, 6.43 67.88 16.96 0.46 130.0 1 9.5 %
AAA 90pc duly Gyms)
V 6.38 67.70 16.77 130.0
Z 6.39 67.74 16.79 130.0
10640- |EEE1602.11acWiFi(160MHZ, M084, X 6.48 68.03 16.99 0.46 130.0 1 9.3 %
AAA 909: duty cycle)
Y 6.42 67.80 16.76 130.0
2 6.43 67.86 16.80 130.0
10641- IEEE1602.11acWIFI(160MHz, MCSS, X 6.45 67.69 16.83 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cyc1e)
Y 6.39 67.49 16.62 130.0
Z 6.41 67.55 16.66 130.0
10642- IEEE1602.11acWiFi(160MHZ.MCS&. X 6.53 68.02 17.15 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly gyds)
Y 6.47 67.85 16.96 130.0
Z 6.49 67.89 16.98 130.0
10643- IEEE 1602.11acW1Fi (160MHZ, MCS7, X 6.36 67.74 16.93 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 6.30 67.53 16.71 130.0
Z 6.31 67.59 16.75 130.0
10644- |EEE1602.11flc WiFi (1 BOMHZ, MCSS, X 6.64 60.58 17.37 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90m: duty cycle)
Y 6.55 60.29 17.12 130.0
Z 6.58 68.38 17.17 130.0
10645- IEEE 1602.1160 W1F1 (160MHZ. MCSQ. X 6.88 68.81 17.43 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 “A
AAA 90m: duly cycle)
Y 6.62 68.61 17.21 130.0
2 6.02 68.61 17.22 130.0
10646- LTE-TDD (SC-FDNM. 1 RB, 5 MHz, X 25.26 106.71 35.56 9.30 60.0 1 9.6 %
AAC QPSK UL Subframe=2,7)
Y 24.21 105.83 35.01 60.0
2 22.77 103.47 34.30 60.0
10647- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 20 MHz. X 26.48 108.55 36.25 9.30 60.0 1 9.6 %
AAB QPSK, UL Sublrame=2,7)
Y 24.67 107.00 35.49 60.0
Z 23.62 105.03 34.91 60.0
10648- CDMA2000 (1x Advanced) X 1.07 60.53 14.35 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
AAA
Y 0.88 65.28 12.75 150.0
2 0.91 65.79 13.10 150.0
E Uneenaimy is determined using the max. deviation fmm [Insar response apprying rectangmar dis1ributian and is expressed (or «he square ofme
lie1d value.
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