SMA730F Multi-band GSM/EDGE/UMTS/LTE Phone with Bluetooth, WLAN, RFID and ANT+ RF Exposure Info Samsung Electronics Co Ltd

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SAR EVALUATION REPORT
Applicant Name:
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
129, Samsung-ro, Maetan dong,
Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si
Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
Date of Testing:
11/14/17
Test Site/Location:
PCTEST Lab, Columbia, MD, USA
Document Serial No.:
1M1711130296-01.A3L
FCC I D:
A3LSMA730F
AP P LI C ANT:
S AMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.
DUT Type:
Application Type:
FCC Rule Part(s):
Model:
Additional Model(s):
Permissive Change(s):
Date of Original Certification:
Portable Handset
Class II Permissive Change
CFR §2.1093
SM-A730F/DS
SM-A730F
See FCC Change Document
11/09/2017
SAR
Equipment
Class
Band & Mode
Tx Frequency
PCE
GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850
824.20 - 848.80 MHz
Simultaneous SAR per KDB 690783 D01v01r03:
1g Head
(W/kg)
1g Body-Worn
(W/kg)
1g Hotspot
(W/kg)
10g Phablet
(W/kg)
0.12
1.21
0.24
0.74
0.93
1.34
N/A
N/A
The table above shows test data evaluated for the current test report. Please refer to RF Exposure Technical Report S/N 1M171005026601.A3L for original compliance evaluation
This wireless portable device has been shown to be capable of compliance for localized specific absorption rate (SAR) for uncontrolled
environment/general population exposure limits specified in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 and has been tested in accordance with the measurement
procedures specified in Section 1.8 of this report; for North American frequency bands only.
I attest to the accuracy of data. All measurements reported herein were performed by me or were made under my supervision and are correct
to the best of my knowledge and belief. I assume full responsibility for the completeness of these measurements and vouch for the
qualifications of all persons taking them. Test results reported herein relate only to the item(s) tested.
The SAR Tick is an initiative of the Mobile & Wireless Forum (MWF). While a product may be considered eligible, use of the SAR Tick logo requires an agreement with the MWF. Further
details can be obtained by emailing: [email protected]
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FCC ID:
SAR EVALUATION REPORT
A3LSMA730F
Quality Manager
Document S/N:
Test Dates:
DUT Type:
1M1711130296-01.A3L
11/14/17
Portable Handset
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T A B L E
O F
C O N T E N T S
DEVICE UNDER TEST .................................................................................................................................3
INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................................................................................6
DOSIMETRIC ASSESSMENT ......................................................................................................................7
DEFINITION OF REFERENCE POINTS.......................................................................................................8
TEST CONFIGURATION POSITIONS..........................................................................................................9
RF EXPOSURE LIMITS ............................................................................................................................. 12
FCC MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES ..................................................................................................... 13
RF CONDUCTED POWERS ...................................................................................................................... 14
SYSTEM VERIFICATION ........................................................................................................................... 15
10
SAR DATA SUMMARY .............................................................................................................................. 16
11
FCC MULTI-TX AND ANTENNA SAR CONSIDERATIONS ...................................................................... 18
12
SAR MEASUREMENT VARIABILITY ........................................................................................................ 23
13
EQUIPMENT LIST ...................................................................................................................................... 24
14
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES.......................................................................................................... 25
15
CONCLUSION ............................................................................................................................................ 26
16
REFERENCES ........................................................................................................................................... 27
APPENDIX A:
SAR TEST PLOTS
APPENDIX B:
SAR DIPOLE VERIFICATION PLOTS
APPENDIX C:
PROBE AND DIPOLE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES
APPENDIX D:
SAR TISSUE SPECIFICATIONS
APPENDIX E:
SAR SYSTEM VALIDATION
APPENDIX F:
DUT ANTENNA DIAGRAM & SAR TEST SETUP PHOTOGRAPHS
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Quality Manager
Document S/N:
Test Dates:
DUT Type:
1M1711130296-01.A3L
11/14/17
Portable Handset
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
1.1
1.2
Device Overview
Band & Mode
Operating Modes
Tx Frequency
GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850
GSM/GPRS/EDGE 1900
UMTS 850
UMTS 1750
UMTS 1900
LTE Band 12
LTE Band 17
LTE Band 13
LTE Band 5 (Cell)
LTE Band 26 (Cell)
LTE Band 66 (AWS)
LTE Band 4 (AWS)
LTE Band 2 (PCS)
LTE Band 41
2.4 GHz WLAN
U-NII-1
U-NII-2A
U-NII-2C
U-NII-3
Bluetooth
NFC
ANT+
MST
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Voice/Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
824.20 - 848.80 MHz
1850.20 - 1909.80 MHz
826.40 - 846.60 MHz
1712.4 - 1752.6 MHz
1852.4 - 1907.6 MHz
699.7 - 715.3 MHz
706.5 - 713.5 MHz
779.5 - 784.5 MHz
824.7 - 848.3 MHz
814.7 - 848.3 MHz
1710.7 - 1779.3 MHz
1710.7 - 1754.3 MHz
1850.7 - 1909.3 MHz
2498.5 - 2687.5 MHz
2412 - 2472 MHz
5180 - 5240 MHz
5260 - 5320 MHz
5500 - 5720 MHz
5745 - 5825 MHz
2402 - 2480 MHz
13.56 MHz
2402 - 2480 MHz
555 Hz - 8.33 kHz
Power Reduction for SAR
This device utilizes a single step power reduction mechanism for SAR compliance under portable hotspot
conditions for some wireless modes and bands. All hotspot SAR evaluations for this device were performed at the
maximum allowed output power when hotspot is enabled. Detailed descriptions of the power reduction
mechanism are included in the operational description.
This device uses a power reduction mechanism for SAR compliance. The power reduction mechanism is
activated when the device is used in close proximity to the user’s body. FCC KDB Publication 616217 D04v01r02
Section 6 was used as a guideline for selecting SAR test distances for this device. Detailed descriptions of the
power reduction mechanism are included in the operational description.
This device uses an independent fixed level power reduction mechanism for WLAN operations during voice or
VoIP held to ear scenarios. Per FCC Guidance, the held-to-ear exposure conditions were evaluated at reduced
power according to the head SAR positions described in IEEE 1528-2013. Detailed descriptions of the power
reduction mechanism are included in the operational description.
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Nominal and Maximum Output Power Specifications
This device operates using the following maximum and nominal output power specifications. SAR values were
scaled to the maximum allowed power to determine compliance per KDB Publication 447498 D01v06.
1.3.1
Maximum Output Power
Voice
Burst Average GMSK (dBm)
Burst Average 8-PSK (dBm)
(dBm)
1 TX Slot 1 TX Slots 2 TX Slots 3 TX Slots 4 TX Slots 1 TX Slots 2 TX Slots 3 TX Slots 4 TX Slots
33.5
33.5
30.5
29.0
27.5
27.5
25.5
24.0
22.0
33.0
33.0
30.0
28.5
27.0
27.0
25.0
23.5
21.5
Mode / Band
Maximum
Nominal
GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850
1.4
DUT Antenna Locations
The overall dimensions of this device are > 9 x 5 cm. A diagram showing the location of the device antennas can
be found in Appendix F. Since the diagonal dimension of this device is > 160 mm and <200 mm, it is considered a
“phablet.”
Table 1-1
Device Edges/Sides for SAR Testing
Mode
GPRS 850
Back
Yes
Front
Yes
Top
No
Bottom
Yes
Right
Yes
Left
Yes
Note: Particular DUT edges were not required to be evaluated for wireless router SAR if the edges were greater
than 2.5 cm from the transmitting antenna according to FCC KDB Publication 941225 D06v02r01 Section III and
FCC KDB Publication 648474 D04v01r03. The distances between the transmit antennas and the edges of the
device are included in the filing.
1.5
Near Field Communications (NFC) Antenna
This DUT has NFC operations. The NFC antenna is integrated into the device for this model. Therefore, all SAR
tests were performed with the device which already incorporates the NFC antenna. A diagram showing the
location of the NFC antenna can be found in Appendix F.
1.6
Simultaneous Transmission Capabilities
According to FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06, transmitters are considered to be transmitting simultaneously
when there is overlapping transmission, with the exception of transmissions during network hand-offs with
maximum hand-off duration less than 30 seconds.
This device contains multiple transmitters that may operate simultaneously, and therefore requires a simultaneous
transmission analysis according to FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06 4.3.2 procedures.
Table 1-2
Simultaneous Transmission Scenarios
No.
10
11
12
Capable Transmit Configuration
GSM voice + 2.4 GHz WI-FI
GSM voice + 5 GHz WI-FI
GSM voice + 2.4 GHz Bluetooth
UMTS + 2.4 GHz WI-FI
UMTS + 5 GHz WI-FI
UMTS + 2.4 GHz Bluetooth
LTE + 2.4 GHz WI-FI
LTE + 5 GHz WI-FI
LTE + 2.4 GHz Bluetooth
GPRS/EDGE + 2.4 GHz WI-FI
GPRS/EDGE + 5 GHz WI-FI
GPRS/EDGE + 2.4 GHz Bluetooth
Head
Body-Worn
Accessory
Wireless
Router
Phablet
Yes
Yes
Yes^
Yes
Yes
Yes^
Yes
Yes
Yes^
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes^
Yes
Yes
Yes^
Yes
Yes
Yes^
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Notes
^ Bluetooth Tethering is considered
^ Bluetooth Tethering is considered
^ Bluetooth Tethering is considered
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1. 2.4 GHz WLAN, 5 GHz WLAN, and 2.4 GHz Bluetooth share the same antenna path and cannot transmit
simultaneously.
2. All licensed modes share the same antenna path and cannot transmit simultaneously.
3. When the user utilizes multiple services in UMTS 3G mode it uses multi-Radio Access Bearer or multiRAB. The power control is based on a physical control channel (Dedicated Physical Control Channel
[DPCCH]) and power control will be adjusted to meet the needs of both services. Therefore, the
UMTS+WLAN scenario also represents the UMTS Voice/DATA + WLAN Hotspot scenario.
4. Per the manufacturer, WIFI Direct is not expected to be used in conjunction with a held-to-ear or bodyworn accessory voice call. Therefore, there are no simultaneous transmission scenarios involving WIFI
direct beyond that listed in the above table.
5. 5 GHz Wireless Router is only supported for the U-NII-3 by S/W, therefore U-NII-1, U-NII2A, and U-NII2C
were not evaluated for wireless router conditions.
6. This device supports VOLTE.
7. This device supports VoWIFI.
1.7
Miscellaneous SAR Test Considerations
GSM/GPRS/EDGE DTM is not supported for US bands. Therefore, the GSM Voice modes in this report do not
transmit simultaneously with GPRS/EDGE Data.
Per FCC KDB Publication 648474 D04v01r03, this device is considered a "phablet" since the diagonal dimension
is greater than 160mm and less than 200mm. Therefore, phablet SAR tests are required when wireless router
mode does not apply or if wireless router 1g SAR > 1.2 W/kg. Phablet SAR was not evaluated for licensed
technologies since wireless router 1g SAR was < 1.2 W/kg for these modes.
Only modes relevant to this change were evaluated for SAR compliance. For complete SAR test data please refer
to RF Exposure Technical Report S/N 1M1710050266-01.A3L.
1.8
•
•
•
•
•
•
Guidance Applied
IEEE 1528-2013
FCC KDB Publication 941225 D01v03r01, D06v02r01 (2G and Hotspot)
FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06 (General SAR Guidance)
FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04, D02v01r02 (SAR Measurements up to 6 GHz)
FCC KDB Publication 648474 D04v01r03 (Phablet Procedures)
October 2013 TCB Workshop Notes (GPRS Testing Considerations)
1.9
Device Serial Numbers
Several samples with identical hardware were used to support SAR testing. The manufacturer has confirmed that
the device(s) tested have the same physical, mechanical and thermal characteristics and are within operational
tolerances expected for production units. The serial numbers used for each test are indicated alongside the
results in Section 10.
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INTRODUCTION
The FCC and Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada have adopted the guidelines for
evaluating the environmental effects of radio frequency (RF) radiation in ET Docket 93-62 on Aug. 6, 1996 and
Health Canada Safety Code 6 to protect the public and workers from the potential hazards of RF emissions due to
FCC-regulated portable devices. [1]
The safety limits used for the environmental evaluation measurements are based on the criteria published by the
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for localized specific absorption rate (SAR) in IEEE/ANSI C95.11992 Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3
kHz to 300 GHz [3] and Health Canada RF Exposure Guidelines Safety Code 6 [22]. The measurement
procedure described in IEEE/ANSI C95.3-2002 Recommended Practice for the Measurement of Potentially
Hazardous Electromagnetic Fields - RF and Microwave [4] is used for guidance in measuring the Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) due to the RF radiation exposure from the Equipment Under Test (EUT). These criteria for
SAR evaluation are similar to those recommended by the International Committee for Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection (ICNIRP) in Biological Effects and Exposure Criteria for Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields,”
Report No. Vol 74. SAR is a measure of the rate of energy absorption due to exposure to an RF transmitting
source. SAR values have been related to threshold levels for potential biological hazards.
2.1
SAR Definition
Specific Absorption Rate is defined as the time derivative (rate) of the incremental energy (dU) absorbed by
(dissipated in) an incremental mass (dm) contained in a volume element (dV) of a given density (ρ). It is also
defined as the rate of RF energy absorption per unit mass at a point in an absorbing body (see Equation 2-1).
Equation 2-1
SAR Mathematical Equation
SAR =
d  dU  d  dU 



=
dt  dm  dt  ρdv 
SAR is expressed in units of Watts per Kilogram (W/kg).
SAR =
σ ⋅ E2
ρ
where:
σ = conductivity of the tissue-simulating material (S/m)
ρ = mass density of the tissue-simulating material (kg/m )
E = Total RMS electric field strength (V/m)
NOTE: The primary factors that control rate of energy absorption were found to be the wavelength of the incident field in relation to the
dimensions and geometry of the irradiated organism, the orientation of the organism in relation to the polarity of field vectors, the presence of
reflecting surfaces, and whether conductive contact is made by the organism with a ground plane.[6]
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DOSIMETRIC ASSESSMENT
3.1
Measurement Procedure
The evaluation was performed using the following procedure compliant to
FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04 and IEEE 1528-2013:
1. The SAR distribution at the exposed side of the head or body was
measured at a distance no greater than 5.0 mm from the inner surface of
the shell. The area covered the entire dimension of the device-head and
body interface and the horizontal grid resolution was determined per
FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04 (See Table 3-1) and IEEE
1528-2013.
2. The point SAR measurement was taken at the maximum SAR region
determined from Step 1 to enable the monitoring of SAR
fluctuations/drifts during the 1g/10g cube evaluation. SAR at this fixed
point was measured and used as a reference value.
Figure 3-1
Sample SAR Area
Scan
3. Based on the area scan data, the peak of the region with maximum SAR
was determined by spline interpolation. Around this point, a volume was assessed according to the
measurement resolution and volume size requirements of FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04 (See
Table 3-1) and IEEE 1528-2013. On the basis of this data set, the spatial peak SAR value was evaluated with
the following procedure (see references or the DASY manual online for more details):
a. SAR values at the inner surface of the phantom are extrapolated from the measured values along the
line away from the surface with spacing no greater than that in Table 3-1. The extrapolation was based on
a least-squares algorithm. A polynomial of the fourth order was calculated through the points in the z-axis
(normal to the phantom shell).
b. After the maximum interpolated values were calculated between the points in the cube, the SAR was
averaged over the spatial volume (1g or 10g) using a 3D-Spline interpolation algorithm. The 3D-spline is
composed of three one-dimensional splines with the “Not a knot” condition (in x, y, and z directions). The
volume was then integrated with the trapezoidal algorithm. One thousand points (10 x 10 x 10) were
obtained through interpolation, in order to calculate the averaged SAR.
c. All neighboring volumes were evaluated until no neighboring volume with a higher average value was
found.
4. The SAR reference value, at the same location as step 2, was re-measured after the zoom scan was complete
to calculate the SAR drift. If the drift deviated by more than 5%, the SAR test and drift measurements were
repeated.
Table 3-1
Area and Zoom Scan Resolutions per FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04*
Frequency
Maximum Area Scan Maximum Zoom Scan
Resolution (mm)
Resolution (mm)
(∆x area, ∆yarea)
(∆x zoom, ∆yzoom)
Maximum Zoom Scan Spatial
Resolution (mm)
Uniform Grid
Graded Grid
Minimum Zoom Scan
Volume (mm)
(x,y,z)
∆zzoom(n)
∆zzoom(1)*
∆zzoom(n>1)*
≤ 2 GHz
≤ 15
≤8
≤5
≤4
≤ 1.5*∆zzoom(n-1)
≥ 30
2-3 GHz
≤ 12
≤5
≤5
≤4
≤ 1.5*∆zzoom(n-1)
≥ 30
3-4 GHz
≤ 12
≤5
≤4
≤3
≤ 1.5*∆zzoom(n-1)
≥ 28
4-5 GHz
≤ 10
≤4
≤3
≤ 2.5
≤ 1.5*∆zzoom(n-1)
≥ 25
5-6 GHz
≤ 10
≤4
≤2
≤2
≤ 1.5*∆zzoom(n-1)
≥ 22
*Also compliant to IEEE 1528-2013 Table 6
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DEFINITION OF REFERENCE POINTS
4.1
EAR REFERENCE POINT
Figure 4-2 shows the front, back and side views of the SAM Twin Phantom. The point
“M” is the reference point for the center of the mouth, “LE” is the left ear reference point
(ERP), and “RE” is the right ERP. The ERP is 15mm posterior to the entrance to the
ear canal (EEC) along the B-M line (Back-Mouth), as shown in Figure 4-1. The plane
passing through the two ear canals and M is defined as the Reference Plane. The line
N-F (Neck-Front), also called the Reference Pivoting Line, is not perpendicular to the
reference plane (see Figure 4-1). Line B-M is perpendicular to the N-F line. Both N-F
and B-M lines are marked on the external phantom shell to facilitate handset positioning
[5].
4.2
Figure 4-1
Close-Up Side view
of ERP
HANDSET REFERENCE POINTS
Two imaginary lines on the handset were established: the vertical centerline and the
horizontal line. The test device was placed in a normal operating position with the acoustic output located along
the “vertical centerline” on the front of the device aligned to the “ear reference point” (See Figure 4-3). The
acoustic output was than located at the same level as the center of the ear reference point. The test device was
positioned so that the “vertical centerline” was bisecting the front surface of the handset at its top and bottom
edges, positioning the “ear reference point” on the outer surface of the both the left and right head phantoms on
the ear reference point.
Figure 4-2
Front, back and side view of SAM Twin Phantom
Figure 4-3
Handset Vertical Center & Horizontal Line Reference Points
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TEST CONFIGURATION POSITIONS
5.1
Device Holder
The device holder is made out of low-loss POM material having the following dielectric parameters: relative
permittivity ε = 3 and loss tangent δ = 0.02.
5.2
1.
Positioning for Cheek
The test device was positioned with the device close to the surface of the phantom such that point A is on
the (virtual) extension of the line passing through points RE and LE on the phantom (see Figure 5-1),
such that the plane defined by the vertical center line and the horizontal line of the phone is approximately
parallel to the sagittal plane of the phantom.
Figure 5-1 Front, Side and Top View of Cheek Position
2.
The handset was translated towards the phantom along the line passing through RE & LE until the
handset touches the pinna.
While maintaining the handset in this plane, the handset was rotated around the LE-RE line until the
vertical centerline was in the reference plane.
The phone was then rotated around the vertical centerline until the phone (horizontal line) was
symmetrical was respect to the line NF.
While maintaining the vertical centerline in the reference plane, keeping point A on the line passing
through RE and LE, and maintaining the device contact with the ear, the device was rotated about the NF
line until any point on the handset made contact with a phantom point below the ear (cheek) (See Figure
5-2).
3.
4.
5.
5.3
Positioning for Ear / 15º Tilt
With the test device aligned in the “Cheek Position”:
1.
2.
3.
While maintaining the orientation of the phone, the phone was retracted parallel to the reference plane far
enough to enable a rotation of the phone by 15degrees.
The phone was then rotated around the horizontal line by 15 degrees.
While maintaining the orientation of the phone, the phone was moved parallel to the reference plane until
any part of the handset touched the head. (In this position, point A was located on the line RE-LE). The
tilted position is obtained when the contact is on the pinna. If the contact was at any location other than
the pinna, the angle of the phone would then be reduced. In this situation, the tilted position was obtained
when any part of the phone was in contact of the ear as well as a second part of the phone was in contact
with the head (see Figure 5-2).
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Front, Side and Top View of Ear/15º Tilt Position
5.4
Figure 5-3
Side view w/ relevant markings
SAR Evaluations near the Mouth/Jaw Regions of the SAM Phantom
Antennas located near the bottom of a phone may require SAR measurements around the mouth and jaw regions
of the SAM head phantom. This typically applies to clam-shell style phones that are generally longer in the
unfolded normal use positions or to certain older style long rectangular phones. Per IEEE 1528-2013, a rotated
SAM phantom is necessary to allow probe access to such regions. Both SAM heads of the TwinSAM-Chin20 are
rotated 20 degrees around the NF line. Each head can be removed from the table for emptying and cleaning.
Under these circumstances, the following procedures apply, adopted from the FCC guidance on SAR handsets
document FCC KDB Publication 648474 D04v01r03. The SAR required in these regions of SAM should be
measured using a flat phantom. The phone should be positioned with a separation distance of 4 mm between the
ear reference point (ERP) and the outer surface of the flat phantom shell. While maintaining this distance at the
ERP location, the low (bottom) edge of the phone should be lowered from the phantom to establish the same
separation distance between the peak SAR location identified by the truncated partial SAR distribution measured
with the SAM phantom. The distance from the peak SAR location to the phone is determined by the straight line
passing perpendicularly through the phantom surface. When it is not feasible to maintain 4 mm separation at the
ERP while also establishing the required separation at the peak SAR location, the top edge of the phone will be
allowed to touch the phantom with a separation < 4 mm at the ERP. The phone should not be tilted to the left or
right while placed in this inclined position to the flat phantom.
5.5
Body-Worn Accessory Configurations
Body-worn operating configurations are tested with the belt-clips and
holsters attached to the device and positioned against a flat phantom in
a normal use configuration (see Figure 6-4). Per FCC KDB Publication
648474 D04v01r03, Body-worn accessory exposure is typically related
to voice mode operations when handsets are carried in body-worn
accessories. The body-worn accessory procedures in FCC KDB
Publication 447498 D01v06 should be used to test for body-worn
accessory SAR compliance, without a headset connected to it. This
enables the test results for such configuration to be compatible with
Figure 6-4
that required for hotspot mode when the body-worn accessory test
Sample Body-Worn Diagram
separation distance is greater than or equal to that required for hotspot
mode, when applicable. When the reported SAR for a body-worn accessory, measured without a headset
connected to the handset, is > 1.2 W/kg, the highest reported SAR configuration for that wireless mode and
frequency band should be repeated for that body-worn accessory with a headset attached to the handset.
Accessories for Body-worn operation configurations are divided into two categories: those that do not contain
metallic components and those that do contain metallic components. When multiple accessories that do not
contain metallic components are supplied with the device, the device is tested with only the accessory that
dictates the closest spacing to the body. Then multiple accessories that contain metallic components are tested
with the device with each accessory. If multiple accessories share an identical metallic component (i.e. the same
metallic belt-clip used with different holsters with no other metallic components) only the accessory that dictates
the closest spacing to the body is tested.
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authorized for body-worn use. In this case, a test configuration with a separation distance between the back of
the device and the flat phantom is used. Test position spacing was documented.
Transmitters that are designed to operate in front of a person’s face, as in push-to-talk configurations, are tested
for SAR compliance with the front of the device positioned to face the flat phantom in head fluid. For devices that
are carried next to the body such as a shoulder, waist or chest-worn transmitters, SAR compliance is tested with
the accessories, including headsets and microphones, attached to the device and positioned against a flat
phantom in a normal use configuration.
5.6
Extremity Exposure Configurations
Devices that are designed or intended for use on extremities or mainly operated in extremity only exposure
conditions; i.e., hands, wrists, feet and ankles, may require extremity SAR evaluation. When the device also
operates in close proximity to the user’s body, SAR compliance for the body is also required. The 1g body and
10g extremity SAR Exclusion Thresholds found in KDB Publication 447498 D01v06 should be applied to
determine SAR test requirements.
Per KDB Publication 447498 D01v06, Cell phones (handsets) are not normally designed to be used on
extremities or operated in extremity only exposure conditions. The maximum output power levels of handsets
generally do not require extremity SAR testing to show compliance. Therefore, extremity SAR was not evaluated
for this device.
5.7
Wireless Router Configurations
Some battery-operated handsets have the capability to transmit and receive user data through simultaneous
transmission of WIFI simultaneously with a separate licensed transmitter. The FCC has provided guidance in FCC
KDB Publication 941225 D06v02r01 where SAR test considerations for handsets (L x W ≥ 9 cm x 5 cm) are
based on a composite test separation distance of 10 mm from the front, back and edges of the device containing
transmitting antennas within 2.5 cm of their edges, determined from general mixed use conditions for this type of
devices. Since the hotspot SAR results may overlap with the body-worn accessory SAR requirements, the more
conservative configurations can be considered, thus excluding some body-worn accessory SAR tests.
When the user enables the personal wireless router functions for the handset, actual operations include
simultaneous transmission of both the WIFI transmitter and another licensed transmitter. Both transmitters often
do not transmit at the same transmitting frequency and thus cannot be evaluated for SAR under actual use
conditions due to the limitations of the SAR assessment probes. Therefore, SAR must be evaluated for each
frequency transmission and mode separately and spatially summed with the WIFI transmitter according to FCC
KDB Publication 447498 D01v06 procedures. The “Portable Hotspot” feature on the handset was NOT activated
during SAR assessments, to ensure the SAR measurements were evaluated for a single transmission frequency
RF signal at a time.
5.8
Phablet Configurations
For smart phones with a display diagonal dimension > 150 mm or an overall diagonal dimension > 160 mm that
provide similar mobile web access and multimedia support found in mini-tablets or UMPC mini-tablets that
support voice calls next to the ear, the phablets procedures outlined in KDB Publication 648474 D04v01r03
should be applied to evaluate SAR compliance. A device marketed as phablets, regardless of form factors and
operating characteristics must be tested as a phablet to determine SAR compliance. In addition to the normally
required head and body-worn accessory SAR test procedures required for handsets, the UMPC mini-tablet
procedures must also be applied to test the SAR of all surfaces and edges with an antenna <=25 mm from that
surface or edge, in direct contact with the phantom, for 10g SAR. The UMPC mini-tablet 1g SAR at 5 mm is not
required. When hotspot mode applies, 10g SAR is required only for the surfaces and edges with hotspot mode
1g SAR > 1.2 W/kg.
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RF EXPOSURE LIMITS
6.1
Uncontrolled Environment
UNCONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individuals who
have no knowledge or control of their exposure. The general population/uncontrolled exposure limits are
applicable to situations in which the general public may be exposed or in which persons who are exposed as a
consequence of their employment may not be made fully aware of the potential for exposure or cannot exercise
control over their exposure. Members of the general public would come under this category when exposure is not
employment-related; for example, in the case of a wireless transmitter that exposes persons in its vicinity.
6.2
Controlled Environment
CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred by
persons who are aware of the potential for exposure, (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation). In general,
occupational/controlled exposure limits are applicable to situations in which persons are exposed as a
consequence of their employment, who have been made fully aware of the potential for exposure and can
exercise control over their exposure. This exposure category is also applicable when the exposure is of a
transient nature due to incidental passage through a location where the exposure levels may be higher than the
general population/uncontrolled limits, but the exposed person is fully aware of the potential for exposure and can
exercise control over his or her exposure by leaving the area or by some other appropriate means.
Table 6-1
SAR Human Exposure Specified in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 and Health Canada Safety Code 6
1.
2.
3.
The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 1 gram of tissue (defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube) and over
the appropriate averaging time.
The Spatial Average value of the SAR averaged over the whole body.
The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 10 grams of tissue (defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube) and
over the appropriate averaging time.
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FCC ME ASUREMENT PROCEDURES
Power measurements for licensed transmitters are performed using a base station simulator under digital average
power.
7.1
Measured and Reported SAR
Per FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06, when SAR is not measured at the maximum power level allowed for
production units, the results must be scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance limit according to the power
applied to the individual channels tested to determine compliance. For simultaneous transmission, the measured
aggregate SAR must be scaled according to the sum of the differences between the maximum tune-up tolerance
and actual power used to test each transmitter. When SAR is measured at or scaled to the maximum tune-up
tolerance limit, the results are referred to as reported SAR. The highest reported SAR results are identified on the
grant of equipment authorization according to procedures in KDB 690783 D01v01r03.
7.2
Procedures Used to Establish RF Signal for SAR
The following procedures are according to FCC KDB Publication 941225 D01v03r01 “3G SAR Measurement
Procedures.”
The device is placed into a simulated call using a base station simulator in a RF shielded chamber. Establishing
connections in this manner ensure a consistent means for testing SAR and are recommended for evaluating SAR
[4]. Devices under test are evaluated prior to testing, with a fully charged battery and were configured to operate
at maximum output power. In order to verify that the device is tested throughout the SAR test at maximum output
power, the SAR measurement system measures a “point SAR” at an arbitrary reference point at the start and end
of the 1 gram SAR evaluation, to assess for any power drifts during the evaluation. If the power drift deviates by
more than 5%, the SAR test and drift measurements are repeated.
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RF CONDUCTED POWERS
8.1
GSM Conducted Powers
Maximum Burst-Averaged Output Power
GPRS/EDGE Data
(GMSK)
Voice
Band
Channel
128
GSM
[dBm]
CS
(1 Slot)
33.03
GSM 850
190
33.35
251
33.31
GPRS
[dBm]
1 Tx Slot
GPRS
[dBm]
3 Tx Slot
GPRS
[dBm]
2 Tx Slot
EDGE Data
(8-PSK)
GPRS
[dBm]
4 Tx Slot
EDGE
[dBm]
1 Tx Slot
EDGE
[dBm]
2 Tx Slot
EDGE
[dBm]
3 Tx Slot
EDGE
[dBm]
4 Tx Slot
33.15
29.02
27.62
26.89
25.93
24.93
23.11
20.70
33.33
29.28
27.87
27.06
26.35
24.94
23.42
20.95
33.39
29.31
28.05
27.13
26.46
25.00
23.52
20.92
Calculated Maximum Frame-Averaged Output Power
EDGE Data
(8-PSK)
GPRS/EDGE Data
(GMSK)
Voice
Band
Channel
128
GSM
[dBm]
CS
(1 Slot)
24.00
24.12
23.00
23.36
23.88
16.90
18.91
18.85
17.69
GSM 850
190
24.32
24.30
23.26
23.61
24.05
17.32
18.92
19.16
17.94
251
24.28
24.36
23.29
23.79
24.12
17.43
18.98
19.26
17.91
GSM 850
Fram e
Avg.Targets:
23.97
23.97
23.98
24.24
23.99
17.97
18.98
19.24
18.49
GPRS
[dBm]
1 Tx Slot
GPRS
[dBm]
2 Tx Slot
GPRS
[dBm]
3 Tx Slot
GPRS
[dBm]
4 Tx Slot
EDGE
[dBm]
1 Tx Slot
EDGE
[dBm]
2 Tx Slot
EDGE
[dBm]
3 Tx Slot
EDGE
[dBm]
4 Tx Slot
Note:
1. Both burst-averaged and calculated frame-averaged powers are included. Frame-averaged power was
calculated from the measured burst-averaged power by converting the slot powers into linear units and
calculating the energy over 8 timeslots.
2. GPRS/EDGE (GMSK) output powers were measured with coding scheme setting of 1 (CS1) on the base
station simulator. CS1 was configured to measure GPRS output power measurements and SAR to
ensure GMSK modulation in the signal. Our Investigation has shown that CS1 - CS4 settings do not have
any impact on the output levels or modulation in the GPRS modes.
3. EDGE (8-PSK) output powers were measured with MCS7 on the base station simulator. MCS7 coding
scheme was used to measure the output powers for EDGE since investigation has shown that choosing
MCS7 coding scheme will ensure 8-PSK modulation. It has been shown that MCS levels that produce
8PSK modulation do not have an impact on output power.
GSM Class: B
GPRS Multislot class: 33 (Max 4 Tx uplink slots)
EDGE Multislot class: 33 (Max 4 Tx uplink slots)
DTM Multislot Class: N/A
Base Station Simulator
RF Connector
Wireless
Device
Figure 8-1
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SYSTEM VERIFICATION
9.1
Tissue Verification
Table 9-1
Measured Tissue Properties
Tissue Temp
Measured
During
Frequency
Calibration (˚C)
(MHz)
Calibrated for
Tissue
Tests
Type
Performed on:
835H
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835B
11/14/2017
21.1
Measured
Conductivity,
σ (S/m)
Measured
Dielectric
Constant, ε
TARGET
Conductivity,
σ (S/m)
TARGET
Dielectric
Constant, ε
% dev σ
% dev ε
820
0.878
40.600
0.899
41.578
-2.34%
-2.35%
835
0.891
40.419
0.900
41.500
-1.00%
-2.60%
850
0.906
40.233
0.916
41.500
-1.09%
-3.05%
820
0.987
54.370
0.969
55.258
1.86%
-1.61%
835
1.001
54.237
0.970
55.200
3.20%
-1.74%
850
1.015
54.098
0.988
55.154
2.73%
-1.91%
The above measured tissue parameters were used in the DASY software. The DASY software was used to
perform interpolation to determine the dielectric parameters at the SAR test device frequencies (per KDB
Publication 865664 D01v01r04 and IEEE 1528-2013 6.6.1.2). The tissue parameters listed in the SAR test plots
may slightly differ from the table above due to significant digit rounding in the software.
9.2
Test System Verification
Prior to SAR assessment, the system is verified to ±10% of the SAR measurement on the reference dipole at the
time of calibration by the calibration facility. Full system validation status and result summary can be found in
Appendix E.
Table 9-2
System Verification Results
System Verification
TARGET & MEASURED
SAR
System #
Tissue
Frequency
(MHz)
Tissue
Type
Date:
835
HEAD
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22.4
835
BODY
11/14/2017
23.1
Measured
SAR1g
1 W Target
SAR1g
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
7406
1.910
9.520
9.550
0.32%
3332
2.020
9.570
10.100
5.54%
Input
Power
(W)
Source
SN
Probe
SN
22.1
0.200
4d132
21.2
0.200
4d047
Amb.
Liquid
Temp (°C) Temp (°C)
1W
Deviation1g
Normalized
(%)
SAR1g (W/kg)
Figure 9-2
System Verification Setup Photo
Figure 9-1
System Verification Setup Diagram
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S AR DAT A SUMMARY
10.1
Standalone Head SAR Data
Table 10-1
GSM 850 Head SAR
MEASUREMENT RESULTS
FREQUENCY
Mode/Band
Service
Maxim um
Allow ed
Pow er [dBm ]
Conducted
Pow er [dBm ]
Pow er
Drift [dB]
Side
MHz
Ch.
836.60
190
GSM 850
GSM
33.5
33.35
-0.01
Right
836.60
190
GSM 850
GSM
33.5
33.35
0.15
836.60
190
GSM 850
GSM
33.5
33.35
0.13
836.60
190
GSM 850
GSM
33.5
33.35
0.01
Test
Position
Device
Serial
Num ber
Scaling Factor
(W/kg)
Reported SAR
(1g)
Plot #
(W/kg)
Cheek
12531
1:8.3
0.106
1.035
0.110
Right
Tilt
12531
1:8.3
0.110
1.035
0.114
Left
Cheek
12531
1:8.3
0.075
1.035
0.078
Left
Tilt
12531
1:8.3
0.114
1.035
0.118
ANSI / IEEE C95.1 1992 - SAFETY LIMIT
Spatial Peak
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population
10.2
SAR (1g)
# of Tim e
Duty Cycle
Slots
A1
Head
1.6 W/kg (mW/g)
averaged over 1 gram
Standalone Body-Worn SAR Data
Table 10-2
GSM Body-Worn SAR Data
MEASUREMENT RESULTS
FREQUENCY
Mode
MHz
Ch.
836.60
190
GSM 850
Service
GSM
Maxim um
Allow ed
Pow er [dBm ]
Conducted
Pow er [dBm ]
Pow er
Drift [dB]
Spacing
33.5
33.35
-0.01
15 mm
Device Serial # of Tim e
Num ber
Slots
12531
Duty
Cycle
Side
1:8.3
back
Scaling Factor
(W/kg)
ANSI / IEEE C95.1 1992 - SAFETY LIMIT
10.3
SAR (1g)
0.229
Reported SAR
(1g)
Plot #
(W/kg)
1.035
0.237
A2
Scaling Factor
Reported SAR
(1g)
Plot #
Body
Spatial Peak
1.6 W/kg (mW/g)
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population
averaged over 1 gram
Standalone Hotspot SAR Data
Table 10-3
GPRS Hotspot SAR Data
MEASUREMENT RESULTS
FREQUENCY
Mode
Service
Maxim um
Allow ed
Pow er [dBm ]
Conducted
Pow er [dBm ]
Pow er
Drift [dB]
Spacing
Device Serial # of GPRS
Num ber
Slots
Duty
Cycle
Side
SAR (1g)
MHz
Ch.
824.20
128
GSM 850
GPRS
29.0
27.62
-0.03
10 mm
12531
1:2.76
back
0.581
1.374
0.798
836.60
190
GSM 850
GPRS
29.0
27.87
0.04
10 mm
12531
1:2.76
back
0.713
1.297
0.925
848.80
251
GSM 850
GPRS
29.0
28.05
0.00
10 mm
12531
1:2.76
back
0.707
1.245
0.880
836.60
190
GSM 850
GPRS
29.0
27.87
-0.09
10 mm
12531
1:2.76
front
0.500
1.297
0.649
836.60
190
GSM 850
GPRS
29.0
27.87
-0.17
10 mm
12531
1:2.76
bottom
0.353
1.297
0.458
836.60
190
GSM 850
GPRS
29.0
27.87
0.05
10 mm
12531
1:2.76
right
0.280
1.297
0.363
836.60
190
GSM 850
GPRS
29.0
27.87
0.00
10 mm
12531
1:2.76
left
0.067
1.297
0.087
ANSI / IEEE C95.1 1992 - SAFETY LIMIT
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
A3
Body
Spatial Peak
1.6 W/kg (mW/g)
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population
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SAR Test Notes
General Notes:
1. The test data reported are the worst-case SAR values according to test procedures specified in IEEE
1528-2013, and FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06.
2. Batteries are fully charged at the beginning of the SAR measurements.
3. Liquid tissue depth was at least 15.0 cm for all frequencies.
4. The manufacturer has confirmed that the device(s) tested have the same physical, mechanical and
thermal characteristics and are within operational tolerances expected for production units.
5. SAR results were scaled to the maximum allowed power to demonstrate compliance per FCC KDB
Publication 447498 D01v06.
6. Device was tested using a fixed spacing for body-worn accessory testing. A separation distance of 15 mm
was considered because the manufacturer has determined that there will be body-worn accessories
available in the marketplace for users to support this separation distance.
7. Per FCC KDB Publication 648474 D04v01r03, body-worn SAR was evaluated without a headset
connected to the device. Since the standalone reported body-worn SAR was ≤ 1.2 W/kg, no additional
body-worn SAR evaluations using a headset cable were required.
8. Per FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04, variability SAR tests were not required since measured
SAR results for all frequency bands were less than 0.8 W/kg. Please see Section 12 for variability
analysis.
9. During SAR Testing for the Wireless Router conditions per FCC KDB Publication 941225 D06v02r01, the
actual Portable Hotspot operation (with actual simultaneous transmission of a transmitter with WIFI) was
not activated (See Section 5.7 for more details).
10. Per FCC KDB Publication 648474 D04v01r03, this device is considered a "phablet" since the diagonal
dimension is > 160 mm and < 200 mm. Therefore, phablet SAR tests are required when wireless router
mode does not apply or if wireless router 1g SAR > 1.2 W/kg.
GSM Test Notes:
1. Body-Worn accessory testing is typically associated with voice operations. Therefore, GSM voice was
evaluated for body-worn SAR.
2. Justification for reduced test configurations per KDB Publication 941225 D01v03r01 and October 2013
TCB Workshop Notes: The source-based frame-averaged output power was evaluated for all
GPRS/EDGE slot configurations. The configuration with the highest target frame averaged output power
was evaluated for hotspot SAR. When the maximum frame-averaged powers are equivalent across two or
more slots (within 0.25 dB), the configuration with the most number of time slots was tested.
3. Per FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06, if the reported (scaled) SAR measured at the middle channel
or highest output power channel for each test configuration is ≤ 0.8 W/kg for 1g evaluations then testing at
the other channels is not required for such test configuration(s). When the maximum output power
variation across the required test channels is > ½ dB, instead of the middle channel, the highest output
power channel was used.
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FCC MULTI-TX AND ANTENNA S AR CONSIDERATIONS
11.1
Introduction
The following procedures adopted from FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06 are applicable to devices with builtin unlicensed transmitters such as 802.11 and Bluetooth devices which may simultaneously transmit with the
licensed transmitter.
11.2
Simultaneous Transmission Procedures
This device contains transmitters that may operate simultaneously. Therefore simultaneous transmission analysis
is required. Per FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06 4.3.2 and IEEE 1528-2013 Section 6.3.4.1.2, simultaneous
transmission SAR test exclusion may be applied when the sum of the 1g SAR for all the simultaneous transmitting
antennas in a specific a physical test configuration is ≤1.6 W/kg. The different test positions in an exposure
condition may be considered collectively to determine SAR test exclusion according to the sum of 1g or 10g SAR.
When standalone SAR is not required to be measured, per FCC KDB 447498 D01v06 4.3.2 b), the following
equation must be used to estimate the standalone 1g SAR for simultaneous transmission assessment involving
that transmitter.
Table 11-1
Estimated SAR
Mode
Frequency
Bluetooth
Maximum Separation
Estimated
Separation
Allowed
SAR
Distance
Distance
Power
(Body-Worn) (Body-Worn) (Hotspot)
Estimated
SAR
(Hotspot)
[MHz]
[dBm]
[mm]
[W/kg]
[mm]
[W/kg]
2480
8.50
15
0.098
10
0.147
Note: Per KDB Publication 447498 D01v06, the maximum power of the channel was rounded to the nearest mW
before calculation.
Main antenna SAR testing was not required for phablet exposure conditions per FCC KDB 648474 D04v01r03.
Therefore, no further analysis was required to determine that possible simultaneous scenarios would not exceed
the SAR limit.
WLAN and Bluetooth worst case SAR data is referenced from the original compliance evaluation. Please refer to
RF Exposure Technical Report S/N 1M1710050266-01.A3L for complete SAR test data.
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Head SAR Simultaneous Transmission Analysis
Table 11-2
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with 2.4 GHz WLAN (Held to Ear)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
2.4 GHz
WLAN SAR
(W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Head SAR
GSM 850
0.118
1.060
1.178
Table 11-3
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with 5 GHz WLAN (Held to Ear)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
5 GHz WLAN
SAR (W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Head SAR
GSM 850
0.118
1.088
1.206
Table 11-4
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with Bluetooth (Held to Ear)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
Bluetooth
SAR (W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Head SAR
GSM 850
0.118
0.199
0.317
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Body-Worn Simultaneous Transmission Analysis
Table 11-5
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with 2.4 GHz WLAN (Body-Worn at 1.5 cm)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
2.4 GHz
WLAN SAR
(W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Body-Worn
GSM 850
0.237
0.177
0.414
Table 11-6
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with 5 GHz WLAN (Body-Worn at 1.5 cm)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
5 GHz WLAN
SAR (W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Body-Worn
GSM 850
0.237
0.507
0.744
Table 11-7
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with Bluetooth (Body-Worn at 1.5 cm)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
Bluetooth
SAR (W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Body-Worn
GSM 850
0.237
0.098
0.335
Note: Bluetooth SAR was not required to be measured per FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06. Estimated SAR
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Hotspot SAR Simultaneous Transmission Analysis
Per FCC KDB Publication 941225 D06v02r01, the devices edges with antennas more than 2.5 cm from edge are
not required to be evaluated for SAR (“-“).
(*) For test positions that were not required to be evaluated for WLAN SAR per FCC KDB publication 248227, the
worst case WLAN SAR result for applicable exposure conditions was used for simultaneous transmission
analysis.
Table 11-8
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with 2.4 GHz WLAN (Hotspot at 1.0 cm)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
2.4 GHz
WLAN SAR
(W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Hotspot SAR
GPRS 850
0.925
0.406
1.331
Table 11-9
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with 5 GHz WLAN (Hotspot at 1.0 cm)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
5 GHz WLAN
SAR (W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Hotspot SAR
GPRS 850
0.925
0.694
See Table Below
Simult Tx
Configuration
Hotspot SAR
Back
Front
Top
Bottom
Right
Left
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
SPLSR
See Note 1
1.343
0.694
0.458
0.363
0.161
0.01
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
GPRS 850 5 GHz WLAN
SAR (W/kg) SAR (W/kg)
0.925
0.649
0.458
0.363
0.087
0.694
0.694*
0.694*
0.074
Table 11-10
Simultaneous Transmission Scenario with Bluetooth (Hotspot at 1.0 cm)
Exposure
Condition
Mode
2G SAR
(W/kg)
Bluetooth
SAR (W/kg)
Σ SAR
(W/kg)
Hotspot SAR
GPRS 850
0.925
0.147
1.072
Notes:
1. No evaluation was performed to determine the aggregate 1g SAR for these configurations as the SPLS ratio
between the antenna pairs was not greater than 0.04 per FCC KDB 447498 D01v06. See Section 11.6 for
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SPLSR Evaluation and Analysis
Per FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06, when the sum of the standalone transmitters is more than 1.6 W/kg
for 1g, the SAR sum to peak locations can be analyzed to determine SAR distribution overlaps. When the SAR
peak to location ratio (shown below) for each pair of antennas is ≤ 0.04 for 1g, simultaneous SAR evaluation is
not required. The distance between the transmitters was calculated using the following formula.
(x1 − x2 )2 + ( y1 − y2 ) 2
DistanceTx1 – Tx2 = Ri =
( SAR1 + SAR2 )1.5
SPLS Ratio =
Ri
11.6.1 Back Side SPLSR Evaluation and Analysis
Table 11-11
Peak SAR Locations for Body Back Side
Mode/Band
x (mm)
y (mm)
Reported
SAR (W/kg)
5 GHz WLAN
GPRS 850
7.00
-6.50
61.00
-85.50
0.694
0.925
Table 11-12
Back Side SAR to Peak Location Separation Ratio Calculations
Ant "a"
Ant "b"
Standalone
SAR Sum
(W/kg)
a+b
GPRS 850
5 GHz WLAN
0.925
0.694
1.619
Standalone 1g SAR
(W/kg)
Antenna Pair
Peak SAR
Separation
Distance (mm)
SPLS Ratio
Da-b
147.12
(a+b) 1.5/Da-b
0.01
Plot
Number
Table 11-13
Back Side SAR to Peak Location Separation Ratio Plots
11.7
Simultaneous Transmission Conclusion
The above numerical summed SAR results and SPLSR analysis are sufficient to determine that simultaneous
transmission cases will not exceed the SAR limit and therefore no measured volumetric simultaneous SAR
summation is required per FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06 and IEEE 1528- 2013 Section 6.3.4.1.
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S AR ME ASUREMENT V ARI ABILITY
12.1
Measurement Variability
Per FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04, SAR measurement variability was not assessed for each
frequency band since all measured SAR values are < 0.80 W/kg for 1 g SAR.
12.2
Measurement Uncertainty
The measured SAR was <1.5 W/kg and <3.75 W/kg for 10g for all frequency bands. Therefore, per KDB
Publication 865664 D01v01r04, the extended measurement uncertainty analysis per IEEE 1528-2013 was not
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EQUIPMENT LIST
Manufacturer
Model
Description
Cal Date
Cal Interval
Cal Due
Serial Number
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Agilent
Amplifier Research
Amplifier Research
Anritsu
Anritsu
Anritsu
COMTech
Control Company
Control Company
Keysight
Keysight Technologies
MCL
Mini-Circuits
Mini-Circuits
Mini-Circuits
Mitutoyo
Narda
Narda
Pasternack
Pasternack
Pasternack
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
SPEAG
SPEAG
SPEAG
SPEAG
SPEAG
SPEAG
SPEAG
8594A
8753ES
8753ES
E4432B
E4438C
E5515C
E8257D
N5182A
15S1G6
15S1G6
MA24106A
MA24106A
ML2495A
AR85729-5
4040
4352
772D
85033E
BW-N6W5+
BW-N20W5
BW-N20W5+
NLP-1200+
CD-6"CSX
4014C-6
4772-3
NC-100
PE2208-6
PE2209-10
CMU200
CMW500
D835V2
D835V2
DAE4
DAE4
DAK-3.5
ES3DV3
EX3DV4
(9kHz-2.9GHz) Spectrum Analyzer
S-Parameter Vector Network Analyzer
S-Parameter Network Analyzer
ESG-D Series Signal Generator
ESG Vector Signal Generator
Wireless Communications Test Set
(250kHz-20GHz) Signal Generator
MXG Vector Signal Generator
Amplifier
Amplifier
USB Power Sensor
USB Power Sensor
Power Meter
Solid State Amplifier
Therm./Clock/Humidity Monitor
Ultra Long Stem Thermometer
Dual Directional Coupler
Standard Mechanical Calibration Kit (DC to 9GHz, 3.5mm)
6dB Attenuator
Power Attenuator
DC to 18 GHz Precision Fixed 20 dB Attenuator
Low Pass Filter DC to 1000 MHz
Digital Caliper
4 - 8 GHz SMA 6 dB Directional Coupler
Attenuator (3dB)
Torque Wrench
Bidirectional Coupler
Bidirectional Coupler
Base Station Simulator
Radio Communication Tester
835 MHz SAR Dipole
835 MHz SAR Dipole
Dasy Data Acquisition Electronics
Dasy Data Acquisition Electronics
Dielectric Assessment Kit
SAR Probe
SAR Probe
N/A
8/17/2017
9/14/2017
3/24/2017
3/24/2017
1/8/2015
3/22/2017
2/28/2017
CBT
CBT
6/7/2017
6/7/2017
10/22/2017
CBT
3/31/2017
3/8/2016
CBT
6/1/2017
CBT
CBT
CBT
CBT
3/2/2016
CBT
CBT
3/8/2017
CBT
CBT
12/12/2016
5/4/2017
7/13/2016
1/11/2017
8/9/2017
4/11/2017
5/10/2017
8/14/2017
4/18/2017
N/A
Annual
Annual
Annual
Biennial
Triennial
Annual
Annual
N/A
N/A
Annual
Annual
Annual
N/A
Biennial
Biennial
N/A
Annual
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Biennial
N/A
N/A
Annual
CBT
CBT
Annual
Annual
Biennial
Annual
Annual
Annual
Annual
Annual
Annual
N/A
8/17/2018
9/14/2018
3/24/2018
3/24/2019
1/8/2018
3/22/2018
2/28/2018
CBT
CBT
6/7/2018
6/7/2018
10/22/2018
CBT
3/31/2019
3/8/2018
CBT
6/1/2018
CBT
CBT
CBT
CBT
3/2/2018
CBT
CBT
3/8/2018
CBT
CBT
12/12/2017
5/4/2018
7/13/2018
1/11/2018
8/9/2018
4/11/2018
5/10/2018
8/14/2018
4/18/2018
3051A00187
MY40003841
US39170118
US40053896
MY42082385
GB43163447
MY45470194
MY47420800
433971
433972
1231535
1231538
941001
M1S5A00-009
170232394
160261694
MY52180215
MY53401181
1139
1226
N/A
N/A
13264162
N/A
9406
N/A
N/A
N/A
833855/0010
101699
4d047
4d132
1323
1407
1070
3332
7406
Note: CBT (Calibrated Before Testing). Prior to testing, the measurement paths containing a cable, amplifier, attenuator, coupler or filter were
connected to a calibrated source (i.e. a signal generator) to determine the losses of the measurement path. The power meter offset was then
adjusted to compensate for the measurement system losses. This level offset is stored within the power meter before measurements are
made. This calibration verification procedure applies to the system verification and output power measurements. The calibrated reading is
then taken directly from the power meter after compensation of the losses for all final power measurements.
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ME ASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES
e=
f(d,k)
U ncertai nty Component
Tol .
Prob.
(± % )
D i st.
D i v.
ci
ci
1gm
10 gms
h=
i=
c x f/e
c x g/e
1gm
10gms
ui
ui
(± % )
(± % )
vi
M easurement System
Probe Calibration
6.55
1.0
1.0
6.6
6.6
∞
Axial Isotropy
0.25
0.7
0.7
0.2
0.2
∞
Hemishperical Isotropy
1.3
0.7
0.7
0.9
0.9
∞
Boundary Effect
2.0
1.73
1.0
1.0
1.2
1.2
∞
Linearity
0.3
1.0
1.0
0.3
0.3
∞
0.25
1.73
1.0
1.0
0.1
0.1
∞
Readout Electronics
0.3
1.0
1.0
0.3
0.3
∞
Response Time
0.8
1.73
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
∞
Integration Time
2.6
1.73
1.0
1.0
1.5
1.5
∞
RF Ambient Conditions - Noise
3.0
1.73
1.0
1.0
1.7
1.7
∞
RF Ambient Conditions - Reflections
3.0
1.73
1.0
1.0
1.7
1.7
∞
Probe Positioner Mechanical Tolerance
0.4
1.73
1.0
1.0
0.2
0.2
∞
Probe Positioning w/ respect to Phantom
6.7
1.73
1.0
1.0
3.9
3.9
∞
Extrapolation, Interpolation & Integration algorithms for
Max. SAR Evaluation
4.0
1.73
1.0
1.0
2.3
2.3
∞
35
System Detection Limits
Test Sample Related
Test Sample Positioning
2.7
1.0
1.0
2.7
2.7
1.67
5.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
1.7
1.7
1.73
1.73
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.9
0.0
2.9
0.0
∞
∞
Phantom Uncertainty (Shape & Thickness tolerances)
7.6
1.73
1.0
1.0
4.4
4.4
∞
Liquid Conductivity - measurement uncertainty
4.2
0.78
0.71
3.3
3.0
10
Liquid Permittivity - measurement uncertainty
4.1
0.23
0.26
1.0
1.1
10
Liquid Conductivity - Temperature Uncertainty
3.4
1.73
0.78
0.71
1.5
1.4
∞
Liquid Permittivity - Temperature Unceritainty
0.6
1.73
0.23
0.26
0.1
0.1
∞
Liquid Conductivity - deviation from target values
5.0
1.73
0.64
0.43
1.8
1.2
∞
Liquid Permittivity - deviation from target values
5.0
1.73
0.60
0.49
1.7
1.4
∞
60
Device Holder Uncertainty
Output Power Variation - SAR drift measurement
SAR Scaling
Phantom & Tissue Parameters
Combined Standard Uncertainty (k= 1)
RSS
11.5
11.3
Expanded Uncertainty
k=2
23.0
22.6
(95% CONFIDENCE LEVEL)
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CONCLUSION
15.1
Measurement Conclusion
The SAR evaluation indicates that the EUT complies with the RF radiation exposure limits of the FCC and
Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada, with respect to all parameters subject to this test.
These measurements were taken to simulate the RF effects of RF exposure under worst-case conditions. Precise
laboratory measures were taken to assure repeatability of the tests. The results and statements relate only to the
item(s) tested.
Please note that the absorption and distribution of electromagnetic energy in the body are very complex
phenomena that depend on the mass, shape, and size of the body, the orientation of the body with respect to the
field vectors, and the electrical properties of both the body and the environment. Other variables that may play a
substantial role in possible biological effects are those that characterize the environment (e.g. ambient
temperature, air velocity, relative humidity, and body insulation) and those that characterize the individual (e.g.
age, gender, activity level, debilitation, or disease). Because various factors may interact with one another to vary
the specific biological outcome of an exposure to electromagnetic fields, any protection guide should consider
maximal amplification of biological effects as a result of field-body interactions, environmental conditions, and
physiological variables. [3]
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616217 D04
[27] FCC SAR Measurement and Reporting Requirements for 100MHz – 6 GHz, KDB Publications 865664 D01-D02
[28] FCC General RF Exposure Guidance and SAR Procedures for Dongles, KDB Publication 447498, D01-D02
[29] Anexo à Resolução No. 533, de 10 de Septembro de 2009.
[30] IEC 62209-2, Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless communication
devices - Human models, instrumentation, and procedures - Part 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), Mar. 2010.
Approved by:
FCC ID:
SAR EVALUATION REPORT
A3LSMA730F
Quality Manager
Document S/N:
Test Dates:
DUT Type:
1M1711130296-01.A3L
11/14/17
Portable Handset
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APPENDIX A: SAR TEST DATA
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PCTEST ENGINEERING LABORATORY, INC.
DUT: A3LSMA730F; Type: Portable Handset; Serial: 12531
Communication System: UID 0, GSM; Frequency: 836.6 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:8.3
Medium: 835 Head; Medium parameters used (interpolated):
f = 836.6 MHz; σ = 0.893 S/m; εr = 40.399; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Left Section
Test Date: 11-14-2017; Ambient Temp: 22.4°C; Tissue Temp: 22.1°C
Probe: EX3DV4 - SN7406; ConvF(9.97, 9.97, 9.97); Calibrated: 4/18/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 1.4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1407; Calibrated: 4/11/2017
Phantom: Right Twin-SAM V5.0; Type: QD 000 P40 CD; Serial: 1797
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.10;SEMCAD X Version 14.6.10 (7417)
Mode: GSM 850, Left Head, Tilt, Mid.ch
Area Scan (9x15x1): Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 11.78 V/m; Power Drift = 0.01 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 0.168 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 0.114 W/kg
0 dB = 0.143 W/kg = -8.45 dBW/kg
A1
PCTEST ENGINEERING LABORATORY, INC.
DUT: A3LSMA730F; Type: Portable Handset; Serial: 12531
Communication System: UID 0, GSM; Frequency: 836.6 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:8.3
Medium: 835 Body; Medium parameters used (interpolated):
f = 836.6 MHz; σ = 1.002 S/m; εr = 54.222; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section; Space: 1.5 cm
Test Date: 11-14-2017; Ambient Temp: 23.1°C; Tissue Temp: 21.2°C
Probe: ES3DV3 - SN3332; ConvF(6.47, 6.47, 6.47); Calibrated: 8/14/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 3mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1323; Calibrated: 8/9/2017
Phantom: SAM Front; Type: SAM; Serial: 1686
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.10;SEMCAD X Version 14.6.10 (7417)
Mode: GSM 850, Body SAR, Back Side, Mid.ch
Area Scan (9x15x1): Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 16.05 V/m; Power Drift = -0.01 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 0.361 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 0.229 W/kg
0 dB = 0.272 W/kg = -5.65 dBW/kg
A2
PCTEST ENGINEERING LABORATORY, INC.
DUT: A3LSMA730F; Type: Portable Handset; Serial: 12531
Communication System: UID 0, GSM GPRS; 3 Tx slots; Frequency: 836.6 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:2.76
Medium: 835 Body; Medium parameters used (interpolated):
f = 836.6 MHz; σ = 1.002 S/m; εr = 54.222; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section; Space: 1.0 cm
Test Date: 11-14-2017; Ambient Temp: 23.1°C; Tissue Temp: 21.2°C
Probe: ES3DV3 - SN3332; ConvF(6.47, 6.47, 6.47); Calibrated: 8/14/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 3mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1323; Calibrated: 8/9/2017
Phantom: SAM Front; Type: SAM; Serial: 1686
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.10;SEMCAD X Version 14.6.10 (7417)
Mode: GPRS 850, Body SAR, Back Side, Mid.ch, 3 Tx Slots
Area Scan (9x15x1): Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 28.25 V/m; Power Drift = 0.04 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 1.19 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 0.713 W/kg
0 dB = 0.861 W/kg = -0.65 dBW/kg
A3
APPENDIX B: SYSTEM VERIFICATION
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PCTEST ENGINEERING LABORATORY, INC.
DUT: Dipole 835 MHz; Type: D835V2; Serial: 4d132
Communication System: UID 0, CW; Frequency: 835 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium: 835 Head; Medium parameters used:
f = 835 MHz; σ = 0.891 S/m; εr = 40.419; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section; Space: 1.5 cm
Test Date: 11-14-2017; Ambient Temp: 22.4°C; Tissue Temp: 22.1°C
Probe: EX3DV4 - SN7406; ConvF(9.97, 9.97, 9.97); Calibrated: 4/18/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 1.4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1407; Calibrated: 4/11/2017
Phantom: Right Twin-SAM V5.0; Type: QD 000 P40 CD; Serial: 1797
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.10;SEMCAD X Version 14.6.10 (7417)
835 MHz System Verification at 23.0 dBm (200 mW)
Area Scan (7x14x1): Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 2.86 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 1.91 W/kg
Deviation(1 g) = 0.32%
0 dB = 2.55 W/kg = 4.07 dBW/kg
B1
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DUT: Dipole 835 MHz; Type: D835V2; Serial: 4d047
Communication System: UID 0, CW; Frequency: 835 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium: 835 Body; Medium parameters used:
f = 835 MHz; σ = 1.001 S/m; εr = 54.237; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section; Space: 1.5 cm
Test Date: 11-14-2017; Ambient Temp: 23.1°C; Tissue Temp: 21.2°C
Probe: ES3DV3 - SN3332; ConvF(6.47, 6.47, 6.47); Calibrated: 8/14/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 3mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1323; Calibrated: 8/9/2017
Phantom: SAM Front; Type: SAM; Serial: 1686
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.10;SEMCAD X Version 14.6.10 (7417)
835 MHz System Verification at 23.0 dBm (200 mW)
Area Scan (7x14x1): Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=8mm, dy=8mm, dz=5mm
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 2.92 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 2.02 W/kg
Deviation(1 g) = 5.54%
0 dB = 2.15 W/kg = 3.33 dBW/kg
B2
APPENDIX C: PROBE CALIBRATION
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Certification of Calibration
Object
D835V2 – SN: 4d047
Calibration procedure(s)
Procedure for Calibration Extension for SAR Dipoles.
Calibration date:
July 13, 2017
Description:
SAR Validation Dipole at 835 MHz.
Calibration Equipment used:
Manufacturer
Model
Description
Cal Date
Cal Interval
Cal Due
Serial Number
Control Company
Control Company
Amplifier Research
Narda
Keysight Technologies
Agilent
Mini-Circuits
SPEAG
SPEAG
SPEAG
SPEAG
SPEAG
Anritsu
Anritsu
Anritsu
Agilent
Seekonk
Mini-Circuits
Pasternack
4040
4352
15S1G6
4772-3
85033E
8753ES
BW-N20W5+
DAE4
DAE4
DAK-3.5
ES3DV3
ES3DV3
MA2411B
MA2411B
ML2495A
N5182A
NC-100
NLP-2950+
PE2208-6
Therm./Clock/Humidity Monitor
Ultra Long Stem Thermometer
Amplifier
Attenuator (3dB)
Standard Mechanical Calibration Kit (DC to 9GHz, 3.5mm)
S-Parameter Network Analyzer
DC to 18 GHz Precision Fixed 20 dB Attenuator
Dasy Data Acquisition Electronics
Dasy Data Acquisition Electronics
Dielectric Assessment Kit
SAR Probe
SAR Probe
Pulse Power Sensor
Pulse Power Sensor
Power Meter
MXG Vector Signal Generator
Torque Wrench
Low Pass Filter DC to 2700 MHz
Bidirectional Coupler
3/31/2017
5/2/2017
CBT
CBT
6/1/2017
10/26/2016
CBT
3/8/2017
3/13/2017
5/10/2017
3/14/2017
3/14/2017
2/10/2017
2/10/2017
10/16/2015
2/28/2017
11/6/2015
CBT
CBT
Biennial
Biennial
N/A
N/A
Annual
Annual
N/A
Annual
Annual
Annual
Annual
Annual
Annual
Annual
Biennial
Annual
Biennial
N/A
N/A
3/31/2019
5/2/2019
CBT
CBT
6/1/2018
10/26/2017
CBT
3/8/2018
3/13/2018
5/10/2018
3/14/2018
3/14/2018
2/10/2018
2/10/2018
10/16/2017
2/28/2018
11/6/2017
CBT
CBT
170232394
170330156
433971
9406
MY53401181
US39170118
N/A
1368
1415
1070
3209
3319
1207364
1339018
941001
MY47420800
N/A
N/A
N/A
Measurement Uncertainty = ±23% (k=2)
Name
Function
Calibrated By:
Brodie Halbfoster
Test Engineer
Approved By:
Kaitlin O’Keefe
Senior Technical
Manager
Object:
Date Issued:
D835V2 – SN: 4d047
07/13/2017
Signature
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DIPOLE CALIBRATION EXTENSION
Per KDB 865664 D01, calibration intervals of up to three years may be considered for reference dipoles
when it is demonstrated that the SAR target, impedance and return loss of a dipole have remained
stable according to the following requirements:
1. The measured SAR does not deviate more than 10% from the target on the calibration
certificate.
2. The return-loss does not deviate more than 20% from the previous measurement and meets the
required 20dB minimum return-loss requirement.
3. The measurement of real or imaginary parts of impedance does not deviate more than 5Ω from
the previous measurement.
The following dipole was checked to pass the above 3 requirements to have 2-year calibration period
from the calibration date:
Certificate
Electrical
Delay (ns)
Calibration
Date
Extension
Date
7/13/2016
7/13/2017
Calibration
Date
Extension
Date
Certificate
Electrical
Delay (ns)
7/13/2016
7/13/2017
Certificate
Measured
SAR Target
Head SAR (1g) Deviation 1g
Head (1g)
(%)
W/kg @ 23.0
W/kg @ 23.0
dBm
dBm
1.83
1.95
6.79%
Certificate
Measured
SAR Target
Body SAR (1g) Deviation 1g
Body (1g)
(%)
W/kg @ 23.0
W/kg @ 23.0
dBm
dBm
1.91
1.99
3.97%
Certificate
Measured
SAR Target
Deviation 10g
Head SAR
Head (10g)
(%)
(10g) W/kg @
W/kg @ 23.0
23.0 dBm
dBm
1.19
1.28
7.56%
Certificate
Measured
SAR Target
Deviation 10g
Body SAR
Body (10g)
(%)
(10g) W/kg @
W/kg @ 23.0
23.0 dBm
dBm
1.25
Object:
Date Issued:
D835V2 – SN: 4d047
07/13/2017
1.31
4.97%
Certificate
Impedance
Head (Ohm)
Real
Measured
Impedance
Head (Ohm)
Real
Difference
(Ohm) Real
Certificate
Impedance
Head (Ohm)
Imaginary
Measured
Impedance
Head (Ohm)
Imaginary
Difference
(Ohm)
Imaginary
Certificate
Return Loss
Head (dB)
Measured
Return Loss
Head (dB)
Deviation (%)
PASS/FAIL
49.8
50.8
-5.9
-2.3
3.6
-24.5
-28.2
-15.10%
PASS
Certificate
Impedance
Body (Ohm)
Real
Measured
Impedance
Body (Ohm)
Real
Difference
(Ohm) Real
Certificate
Impedance
Body (Ohm)
Imaginary
Measured
Impedance
Body (Ohm)
Imaginary
Difference
(Ohm)
Imaginary
Certificate
Return Loss
Body (dB)
Measured
Return Loss
Body (dB)
Deviation (%)
PASS/FAIL
45.8
46.3
0.5
-8.2
-6.7
1.5
-20.3
-22.5
-10.80%
PASS
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Impedance & Return-Loss Measurement Plot for Head TSL
Object:
Date Issued:
D835V2 – SN: 4d047
07/13/2017
Page 3 of 4
Impedance & Return-Loss Measurement Plot for Body TSL
Object:
Date Issued:
D835V2 – SN: 4d047
07/13/2017
Page 4 of 4
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Measurement Procedure for Tissue verification:
1) The network analyzer and probe system was configured and calibrated.
2) The probe was immersed in the tissue. The tissue was placed in a nonmetallic container.
Trapped air bubbles beneath the flange were minimized by placing the probe at a slight angle.
3) The complex admittance with respect to the probe aperture was measured
’
4) The complex relative permittivity ε can be calculated from the below equation (Pournaropoulos
and Misra):
1/ 2
b b π
r 0
0 r 0
2 a a 0
Y=
j 2ωε ε
[ln(b a )]
∫ ∫ ∫
cos φ ′
exp − jωr ( µ ε ε )
] dφ ′dρ ′dρ
where Y is the admittance of the probe in contact with the sample, the primed and unprimed coordinates refer to
source and observation points, respectively, r 2 = ρ 2 + ρ ′2 − 2 ρρ ′ cos φ ′ , ω is the angular frequency, and j = − 1 .
Table D-I
Composition of the Tissue Equivalent Matter
Frequency (MHz)
835
835
Head
Body
0.1
0.1
HEC
NaCl
1.45
0.94
Tissue
Ingredients (% by weight)
Bactericide
Sucrose
Water
57
44.9
40.45
53.06
Approved by:
FCC ID:
A3LSMA730F
SAR EVALUATION REPORT
Quality Manager
Test Dates:
DUT Type:
11/14/17
Portable Handset
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APPENDIX E: S AR SYSTEM VALID ATION
Per FCC KDB Publication 865664 D02v01r02, SAR system validation status should be documented to confirm
measurement accuracy. The SAR systems (including SAR probes, system components and software versions)
used for this device were validated against its performance specifications prior to the SAR measurements.
Reference dipoles were used with the required tissue- equivalent media for system validation, according to the
procedures outlined in FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04 and IEEE 1528-2013. Since SAR probe
calibrations are frequency dependent, each probe calibration point was validated at a frequency within the valid
frequency range of the probe calibration point, using the system that normally operates with the probe for routine
SAR measurements and according to the required tissue-equivalent media.
A tabulated summary of the system validation status including the validation date(s), measurement frequencies,
SAR probes and tissue dielectric parameters has been included.
Table E-1
SAR System Validation Summary
SAR
SYSTEM
FREQ.
[MHz]
DATE
PROBE
SN
PROBE
TYPE
835
835
5/2/2017
10/11/2017
7406
3332
EX3DV4
ES3DV3
PROBE CAL. POINT
835
835
Head
Body
CW VALIDATION
PROBE
PROBE
LINEARITY ISOTROPY
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
COND.
PERM.
(σ)
(εr)
SENSITIVITY
0.896
0.999
40.478
52.814
PASS
PASS
MOD.
TYPE
GMSK
GMSK
MOD. VALIDATION
DUTY
PAR
FACTOR
PASS
N/A
PASS
N/A
NOTE: While the probes have been calibrated for both CW and modulated signals, all measurements were
performed using communication systems calibrated for CW signals only. Modulations in the table above represent
test configurations for which the measurement system has been validated per FCC KDB Publication 865664
D01v01r04 for scenarios when CW probe calibrations are used with other signal types. SAR systems were
validated for modulated signals with a periodic duty cycle, such as GMSK, or with a high peak to average ratio (>5
dB), such as OFDM according to FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04.
Approved by:
FCC ID:
A3LSMA730F
SAR EVALUATION REPORT
Quality Manager
Test Dates:
DUT Type:
11/14/17
Portable Handset
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