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SAR EVALUATION REPORT
FCC 47 CFR § 2.1093
IEEE Std 1528-2013
For
GSM/WCDMA/LTE Phone with BT, DTS/UNII a/b/g/n/ac, ANT+ and NFC
FCC ID: A3LSMA750FN
Model Name: SM-A750FN/DS, SM-A750FN, & SM-A750X
Report Number: 12440876-S1V2
Issue Date: 9/11/2018
Prepared for
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
129 Samsung-Ro, Yeongtong-Gu,
Suwon-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, 16677, Korea
Prepared by
UL VERIFICATION SERVICES INC.
47173 BENICIA STREET
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TEL: (510) 771-1000
FAX: (510) 661-0888
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Revision History
Rev.
Date
Revisions
Revised By
V1
9/7/2018
Initial Issue
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V2
9/11/2018
Added Section 6.6
Coltyce Sanders
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Table of Contents
1.
Attestation of Test Results ......................................................................................................... 5
2.
Test Specification, Methods and Procedures............................................................................ 6
3.
Facilities and Accreditation ........................................................................................................ 6
4.
SAR Measurement System & Test Equipment .......................................................................... 7
4.1.
SAR Measurement System ........................................................................................................ 7
4.2.
SAR Scan Procedures ............................................................................................................... 8
4.3.
Test Equipment........................................................................................................................ 10
5.
Measurement Uncertainty ......................................................................................................... 10
6.
Device Under Test (DUT) Information ...................................................................................... 11
6.1.
DUT Description ...................................................................................................................... 11
6.2.
Wireless Technologies ............................................................................................................. 12
6.3.
General LTE SAR Test and Reporting Considerations............................................................. 13
6.4.
LTE (TDD) Considerations ....................................................................................................... 14
6.5.
LTE Carrier Aggregation .......................................................................................................... 15
6.6.
WLAN Proximity Sensor Test Rationale ................................................................................... 15
7.
RF Exposure Conditions (Test Configurations) ...................................................................... 16
8.
Dielectric Property Measurements & System Check .............................................................. 18
8.1.
Dielectric Property Measurements ........................................................................................... 18
8.2.
System Check.......................................................................................................................... 20
9.
Conducted Output Power Measurements................................................................................ 21
9.1.
GSM ........................................................................................................................................ 21
9.2.
W-CDMA ................................................................................................................................. 23
9.3.
LTE .......................................................................................................................................... 28
9.4.
LTE Carrier Aggregation .......................................................................................................... 34
9.5.
Wi-Fi 2.4GHz (DTS Band) ....................................................................................................... 36
9.6.
Wi-Fi 5GHz (U-NII Bands)........................................................................................................ 37
9.7.
Bluetooth ................................................................................................................................. 40
10.
Measured and Reported (Scaled) SAR Results ....................................................................... 41
10.1.
GSM850 ............................................................................................................................... 43
10.2.
GSM1900 ............................................................................................................................. 43
10.3.
W-CDMA Band II .................................................................................................................. 43
10.4.
W-CDMA Band V ................................................................................................................. 44
10.5.
LTE Band 5 (10MHz Bandwidth) .......................................................................................... 44
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10.6.
LTE Band 41 (20MHz Bandwidth) ........................................................................................ 45
10.7.
Wi-Fi (DTS Band) ................................................................................................................. 45
10.8.
Wi-Fi (U-NII Band) ................................................................................................................ 46
10.9.
Bluetooth .............................................................................................................................. 47
10.10.
Standalone SAR Test Exclusion Considerations & Estimated SAR ...................................... 48
11.
SAR Measurement Variability ................................................................................................... 49
12.
Simultaneous Transmission Conditions ................................................................................. 50
12.1.
Simultaneous transmission SAR test exclusion considerations ............................................ 50
12.1.1.
Sum of SAR .................................................................................................................. 50
12.1.2.
SAR to Peak Location Ratio (SPLSR) ........................................................................... 50
12.2.
Sum of the SAR for GSM850 & Wi-Fi & BT .......................................................................... 51
12.3.
Sum of the SAR for GSM1900 & Wi-Fi & BT ........................................................................ 52
12.4.
Sum of the SAR for WCDMA Band II & Wi-Fi & BT .............................................................. 52
12.5.
Sum of the SAR for WCDMA Band V & Wi-Fi & BT .............................................................. 53
12.6.
Sum of the SAR for LTE Band 5 & Wi-Fi & BT ..................................................................... 53
12.7.
Sum of the SAR for LTE Band 41 & Wi-Fi & BT ................................................................... 54
Appendixes .......................................................................................................................................... 55
12440876-S1V1 Appendix A: SAR Setup Photos ............................................................................... 55
12440876-S1V1 Appendix B: SAR System Check Plots..................................................................... 55
12440876-S1V1 Appendix C: Highest SAR Test Plots ....................................................................... 55
12440876-S1V1 Appendix D: SAR Liquid Tissue Ingredients ............................................................. 55
12440876-S1V1 Appendix E: SAR Probe Calibration Certificates ...................................................... 55
12440876-S1V1 Appendix F: SAR Dipole Calibration Certificates ...................................................... 55
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1. Attestation of Test Results
Applicant Name
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
FCC ID
A3LSMA750FN
Model Name
SM-A750FN/DS, SM-A750FN, & SM-A750X
Applicable Standards
FCC 47 CFR § 2.1093
Published RF exposure KDB procedures
IEEE Std 1528-2013
SAR Limits (W/Kg)
Exposure Category
Peak spatial-average
(1g of tissue)
Extremities (hands, wrists, ankles, etc.)
(10g of tissue)
1.6
General population /
Uncontrolled exposure
Equipment Class - Highest Reported SAR (W/kg)
RF Exposure Conditions
PCE
DTS
NII
DSS
Head
0.496
0.283
0.835
<0.10
Body-worn
0.389
0.245
0.367
N/A
Hotspot/Wi-Fi Direct/BT Tethering
1.049
0.542
1.104
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.232
N/A
Head
1.047
0.779
1.047
0.596
Body-worn
0.755
0.634
0.755
0.529
Hotspot/
Wi-Fi Direct/
BT Tethering
1.591
1.591
1.250
1.259
Product
Specific 10g
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Product Specific 10g SAR
Simultaneous TX
Date Tested
8/20/2018 to 8/28/2018
Test Results
Pass
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above standards. All indications of Pass/Fail in this report are opinions expressed by UL Verification Services Inc.
based on interpretations and/or observations of test results. Measurement Uncertainties were not taken into
account and are published for informational purposes only. The test results show that the equipment tested is
capable of demonstrating compliance with the requirements as documented in this report.
Note: The results documented in this report apply only to the tested sample, under the conditions and modes of
operation as described herein. This document may not be altered or revised in any way unless done so by UL
Verification Services Inc. and all revisions are duly noted in the revisions section. Any alteration of this document
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agency of the Federal Government, or any agency of any government (NIST Handbook 150, Annex A). This report
is written to support regulatory compliance of the applicable standards stated above.
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2. Test Specification, Methods and Procedures
The tests documented in this report were performed in accordance with FCC 47 CFR § 2.1093, IEEE STD 15282013, the following FCC Published RF exposure KDB procedures:
o 248227 D01 802.11 Wi-Fi SAR v02r02
o 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06
o 447498 D03 Supplement C Cross-Reference v01
o 648474 D04 Handset SAR v01r03
o 865664 D01 SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz v01r04
o 865664 D02 RF Exposure Reporting v01r02
o 941225 D01 3G SAR Procedures v03r01
o 941225 D05 SAR for LTE Devices v02r05
o 941225 D05A LTE Rel.10 KDB Inquiry Sheet v01r02
o 941225 D06 Hotspot Mode v02r01
o 941225 D07 UMPC Mini Tablet v01r02
In addition to the above, the following information was used:
TCB workshop October 2014; Page 37, RF Exposure Procedures Update (Other LTE Considerations)
TCB workshop October 2015; Page 6, RF Exposure Procedures (KDB 941225 D05A)
TCB workshop April 2016; Page 13, RF Exposure Procedures (LTE Carrier Aggregation for DL)
TCB workshop April 2016; Page 22, RF Exposure Procedures (Phablet Procedures)
TCB workshop October 2016; Page 7, RF Exposure Procedures (Bluetooth Duty Factor)
TCB workshop October 2016; Page 18, RF Exposure Procedures (DUT Holder Perturbations
TCB workshop May 2017; Page 9, Broadband Liquid Above 3 GHz
TCB workshop May 2017; Page 16, Bluetooth Tethering
3. Facilities and Accreditation
The test sites and measurement facilities used to collect data are located at
47173 Benicia Street
47266 Benicia Street
SAR Lab A
SAR Lab 1
SAR Lab B
SAR Lab 2
SAR Lab C
SAR Lab 3
SAR Lab D
SAR Lab 4
SAR Lab E
SAR Lab 5
SAR Lab F
SAR Lab 6
SAR Lab G
SAR Lab 7
SAR Lab H
SAR Lab 8
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4. SAR Measurement System & Test Equipment
4.1.
SAR Measurement System
The DASY5 system used for performing compliance tests consists of the following items:
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A standard high precision 6-axis robot with controller, teach pendant and software. An arm extension for
accommodating the data acquisition electronics (DAE).
An isotropic Field probe optimized and calibrated for the targeted measurement.
A data acquisition electronics (DAE) which performs the signal amplification, signal multiplexing, ADconversion, offset measurements, mechanical surface detection, collision detection, etc. The unit is battery
powered with standard or rechargeable batteries. The signal is optically transmitted to the EOC.
The Electro-optical converter (EOC) performs the conversion from optical to electrical signals for the digital
communication to the DAE. To use optical surface detection, a special version of the EOC is required. The
EOC signal is transmitted to the measurement server.
The function of the measurement server is to perform the time critical tasks such as signal filtering, control of
the robot operation and fast movement interrupts.
The Light Beam used is for probe alignment. This improves the (absolute) accuracy of the probe positioning.
A computer running WinXP or Win7 and the DASY5 software.
Remote control and teach pendant as well as additional circuitry for robot safety such as warning lamps, etc.
The phantom, the device holder and other accessories according to the targeted measurement.
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4.2. SAR Scan Procedures
Step 1: Power Reference Measurement
The Power Reference Measurement and Power Drift Measurements are for monitoring the power drift of the device
under test in the batch process. The minimum distance of probe sensors to surface determines the closest
measurement point to phantom surface. The minimum distance of probe sensors to surface is 2.1 mm. This distance
cannot be smaller than the distance of sensor calibration points to probe tip as defined in the probe properties.
Step 2: Area Scan
The Area Scan is used as a fast scan in two dimensions to find the area of high field values, before doing a fine
measurement around the hot spot. The sophisticated interpolation routines implemented in DASY software can find
the maximum locations even in relatively coarse grids. When an Area Scan has measured all reachable points, it
computes the field maximal found in the scanned area, within a range of the global maximum. The range (in dB) is
specified in the standards for compliance testing. For example, a 2 dB range is required in IEEE Standard 1528 and
IEC 62209 standards, whereby 3 dB is a requirement when compliance is assessed in accordance with the ARIB
standard (Japan). If only one Zoom Scan follows the Area Scan, then only the absolute maximum will be taken as
reference. For cases where multiple maximums are detected, the number of Zoom Scans has to be increased
accordingly.
Area Scan Parameters extracted from KDB 865664 D01 SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz
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Step 3: Zoom Scan
Zoom Scans are used to assess the peak spatial SAR values within a cubic averaging volume containing 1 g and 10
g of simulated tissue. The Zoom Scan measures points (refer to table below) within a cube whose base faces are
centered on the maxima found in a preceding area scan job within the same procedure. When the measurement is
done, the Zoom Scan evaluates the averaged SAR for 1 g and 10 g and displays these values next to the job’s label.
Zoom Scan Parameters extracted from KDB 865664 D01 SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz
Step 4: Power drift measurement
The Power Drift Measurement measures the field at the same location as the most recent power reference
measurement within the same procedure, and with the same settings. The Power Drift Measurement gives the field
difference in dB from the reading conducted within the last Power Reference Measurement. This allows a user to
monitor the power drift of the device under test within a batch process. The measurement procedure is the same as
Step 1.
Step 5: Z-Scan (FCC only)
The Z Scan measures points along a vertical straight line. The line runs along the Z-axis of a one-dimensional grid.
In order to get a reasonable extrapolation the extrapolated distance should not be larger than the step size in Zdirection.
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4.3. Test Equipment
The measuring equipment used to perform the tests documented in this report has been calibrated in accordance
with the manufacturers’ recommendations, and is traceable to recognized national standards.
Dielectric Property Measurements
Name of Equipment
Manufacturer
Vector Network Analyzer
Type/Model
Serial No.
Cal. Due Date
R&S
ZNLE6
101274-MN
7/16/2019
Dielectric Probe kit
SPEAG
DAK-3.5
1082
10/17/2018
Shorting Block
SPEAG
DAK-3.5 Short
SM DAK 200 BA
10/17/2018
Thermometer
Fisher Scientific
Traceable
140562250
11/7/2018
Manufacturer
Type/Model
Serial No.
Cal. Due Date
Agilent
N5181A
MY50140610
6/7/2019
System Check
Name of Equipment
Signal Generator
Power Meter
Keysight
N1912A
MY55196007
7/23/2019
Power Sensor
Agilent
N1921A
MY53020038
4/23/2019
Power Sensor
Agilent
N1921A
MY5226009
1/8/2019
Amplifier
MITEQ
AMF-4D-00400600-50-30P
1795093
N/A
Werlatone, Inc.
C8060-102
2149
N/A
HP
6296A
2841A-05955
N/A
Bi-directional coupler
DC Power Supply
Lab Equipment
Name of Equipment
Manufacturer
Type/Model
Serial No.
Cal. Due Date
E-Field Probe (SAR Lab 5)
SPEAG
EX3DV4
7498
5/4/2019
E-Field Probe (SAR Lab 6)
SPEAG
EX3DV4
3885
10/24/2018
E-Field Probe (SAR Lab 7)
SPEAG
EX3DV4
7500
5/4/2019
Data Acquisition Electronics (SAR Lab 5)
SPEAG
DAE4
1546
5/3/2019
Data Acquisition Electronics (SAR Lab 6)
SPEAG
DAE4
1545
4/13/2019
Data Acquisition Electronics (SAR Lab 7)
SPEAG
DAE4
1547
5/3/2019
System Validation Dipole
SPEAG
D835V2
4d117
5/16/2019
System Validation Dipole
SPEAG
D1750V2
1077
10/5/2018
System Validation Dipole
SPEAG
D1900V2
5d163
10/5/2018
System Validation Dipole
SPEAG
D2450V2
899
3/16/2019
System Validation Dipole
SPEAG
D2600V2
1036
3/16/2019
System Validation Dipole
Thermometer (SAR Lab 5/6/7)
SPEAG
D5GHzV2
1003
3/13/2019
Fisher Sceintific
Traceable
181062300
2/26/2019
Manufacturer
Type/Model
Serial No.
Cal. Due Date
Keysight
N1912A
MY55196015
3/1/2019
Agilent
N1921A
MY53260010
10/17/2018
Other
Name of Equipment
Power Meter
Power Sensor
Base Station Simulator
R&S
R&S
137873-WG
6/1/2019
Base Station Simulator
R&S
R&S
137875-DZ
2/21/2019
PXA Spectrum Analyzer
Keysight
N9030A
MY53311010
2/3/2019
5. Measurement Uncertainty
Per KDB 865664 D01 SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz, when the highest measured 1-g SAR within a frequency
band is < 1.5 W/kg and the measured 10-g SAR within a frequency band is < 3.75 W/kg. The expanded SAR
measurement uncertainty must be ≤ 30%, for a confidence interval of k = 2. If these conditions are met, extensive
SAR measurement uncertainty analysis described in IEEE Std 1528-2013 is not required in SAR reports submitted
for equipment approval.
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6. Device Under Test (DUT) Information
6.1.
DUT Description
This is a Phablet Device (display diagonal dimension > 15.0 cm or an overall diagonal dimension > 16.0 cm)
Device Dimension
Refer to Appendix A
Back Cover
The Back Cover is not removable
Battery Options
The rechargeable battery is not user accessible.
Accessory
Headset
Wi-Fi Hotspot mode permits the device to share its cellular data connection with other Wi-Fi-enabled devices.
Wireless Router (Hotspot)
☒ Mobile Hotspot (Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz)
☒ Mobile Hotspot (Wi-Fi 5.8 GHz Channel 149 only)
Wi-Fi Direct enabled devices transfer data directly between each other
Wi-Fi Direct
☒ Wi-Fi Direct (Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz)
☒ Wi-Fi Direct (Wi-Fi 5.2 GHz)
☒ Wi-Fi Direct (Wi-Fi 5.8 GHz)
Bluetooth Tethering
BT Tethering mode permits the device to share its cellular data connection with other BT-enabled devices.
☒ BT Tethering (Bluetooth 2.4 GHz)
S/N
IMEI
Notes
R38K70KRQMH
359979/09/009013/7
Radiated
R38K70KRQVZ
359979/09/009020/2
Radiated
R38K70KRQWD
359979/09/009021/0
Radiated
R38K70KRQXF
359979/09/009022/8
Radiated
R38K70KQHPZ
359979/09/007695/3
WWAN Conducted
R38K70KQAQM
359979/09/007465/1
WWAN Conducted
R38K70KQDNN
359979/09/007562/5
WLAN Conducted
Test Sample Information
Hardware Version
REV1.0
Software Version
A750FN.001
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Wireless Technologies
Wireless
technologies
GSM
Frequency bands
850
1900
Operating Mode
Voice (GMSK)
GPRS (GMSK)
EDGE (8PSK)
Multi-Slot Class:
Class 33 - 4 Up, 5 Down
Duty Cycle used for SAR
testing
GPRS: 2 Slots: 25%
Does this device support DTM (Dual Transfer Mode)? ☐ Yes ☒ No
W-CDMA
(UMTS)
Band II
Band V
LTE
FDD Band 5
TDD Band 41
UMTS Rel. 99 (Voice & Data)
HSDPA (Rel. 9)
HSUPA (Rel. 9)
HSPA+ (Rel. 9)6
DC-HSDPA (Rel. 9)
QPSK
16QAM
Rel. 10 Carrier Aggregation (1 Uplink and 2 Downlinks)5
Does this device support SV-LTE (1xRTT-LTE)? ☐ Yes ☒ No
Wi-Fi
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n (HT20)
802.11a
802.11n (HT20)
802.11n (HT40)
802.11ac (VHT20)
5 GHz
802.11ac (VHT40)
802.11ac (VHT80)
802.11ac (VHT160)
Does this device support bands 5.60 ~ 5.65 GHz? ☒ Yes ☐ No
Does this device support Band gap channel(s)? ☒ Yes ☐ No
Bluetooth
2.4 GHz
2.4 GHz
Version 5.0 LE
100%
100% (FDD)
63.3% (TDD)4 Refer to §6.4
802.11b1: 99.66%
802.11a2: 98.28%
802.11ac VHT802: 93.23%
GFSK3: 76.78%
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Refer to §9.5 for Measured Duty Cycle.
Refer to §9.6 for Measured Duty Cycle.
Refer to §9.7 for Measured Duty Cycle
This device supports uplink-downlink configuration 0-6. The configuration with the highest duty cycle was used (Subframe Number 0 at
63.3%).
For supported Carrier Aggregation combinations, refer to §6.5.
Uplink 16QAM is not supported for HSPA+. Only downlink is supported.
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General LTE SAR Test and Reporting Considerations
Item
Frequency range, Channel Bandwidth,
Numbers and Frequencies
Description
Band 52
20 MHz
Low
Mid
High
Band 411
20 MHz
Low
Low-Mid
Mid
Mid-High
High
LTE transmitter and antenna
implementation
Frequency range: 824 - 849 MHz (BW = 25 MHz)
Channel Bandwidth
15 MHz
10 MHz 2
5 MHz
20 MHz
20450/
20425/
20415/
829
826.5
825.5
20525/
20525/
20525/
836.5
836.5
836.5
20600/
20625/
20635/
844
846.5
847.5
Frequency range: 2496 - 2690 MHz (BW = 194 MHz)
Channel Bandwidth
15 MHz
10 MHz
5 MHz
3 MHz
39750 / 2506.0
40185 / 2549.5
40620 / 2593.0
41055 / 2636.5
41490 / 2680.0
1.4 MHz
20407/
824.7
20525/
836.5
20643/
848.3
1.4 MHz
Refer to Appendix A.
Maximum power reduction (MPR)
MPR Built-in by design
The manufacturer MPR values are always within the 3GPP maximum MPR allowance but may
not follow the default MPR values.
A-MPR (additional MPR) was disabled during SAR testing
Power reduction
No
Spectrum plots for RB configurations
A properly configured base station simulator was used for the SAR and power measurements;
therefore, spectrum plots for each RB allocation and offset configuration are not included in the
SAR report.
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
LTE band 41 test channels in accordance with October 2014 TCB workshop for all channels bandwidths. This band was tested using
Uplink-Downlink Configuration 0 at 63.3% duty cycle and Special Subframe 7.
Maximum bandwidth does not support at least three non-overlapping channels in certain channel bandwidths. When a device supports
overlapping channel assignment in a channel bandwidth configuration, the middle channel of the group of overlapping channels should be
selected for testing per KDB 941225 D05 SAR for LTE Devices.
SAR Testing for LTE was performed with the same number of RB and RB offsets transmitting on all TTI frames (maximum TTI).
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LTE (TDD) Considerations
According to KDB 941225 D05 SAR for LTE Devices, for Time-Division Duplex (TDD) systems, SAR must be tested
using a fixed periodic duty factor according to the highest transmission duty factor implemented for the device and
supported by the defined 3GPP LTE TDD configurations.
LTE TDD Bands support 3GPP TS 36.211 section 4.2 for Type 2 Frame Structure and Table 4.2-2 for uplink-downlink
configurations and Table 4.2-1 for Special subframe configurations.
Table 4.2-1: Configuration of special subframe (lengths of DwPTS/GP/UpPTS)
Table 4.2-2: Uplink-downlink configurations & Calculated Duty Cycle
Calculated Duty
Cycle
(%)
Downlink-toUplink Switchpoint
Periodicity
5 ms
63.3%
5 ms
43.3%
5 ms
23.3%
10 ms
31.7%
10 ms
21.7%
10 ms
11.7%
5 ms
53.3%
UplinkDownlink
Configuration
Subframe Number
Calculated Duty Cycle = Extended cyclic prefix in uplink * (T s ) * # of S + # of U / period
Note(s):
This device supports uplink-downlink configurations 0-6. The configuration with highest duty cycle was used for SAR Testing: configuration 0 at
63.3%duty cycle and Special Subframe 7.
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LTE Carrier Aggregation
Combination
Intra-Band
non-contiguous
Intra-Band
contiguous
CA
configuration
Bandw idth (MHz)
PCC
SCC
20
15
10
41A



41C



1.4
20
15
10










1.4
Note(s):
For supported channels, please refer to §6.3.
6.6.
WLAN Proximity Sensor Test Rationale
When a user makes or receives a voice or VOIP call, the audio of the call is sent through the earpiece at the top of
the device so that the device can be used next to the ear. The IR Sensor located at the top of the device is used to
detect when the device is in proximity of the user’s head in order to optimize the user’s device experience, for
example, to dim or turn off the screen to save battery life. For this model, an auxiliary function of the IR sensor is for
the purpose of RF Safety (i.e. reducing output power for Head SAR compliance).
A reduced power level of the device is called when the IR sensor is activated while in a held-to-ear voice/ VOIP call
and the active audio receiver. Therefore, when the IR proximity sensor is active in a held-to-ear user scenario, the
output power level is reduced.
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7. RF Exposure Conditions (Test Configurations)
Refer to Appendix A for the specific details of the antenna-to-antenna and antenna-to-edge(s) distances.
Wireless
technologies
RF Exposure
Conditions
Head
Body
WWAN
(Main Ant. 1)
Hotspot
Product Specifc
10g
Head
Body
WWAN
(Main Ant. 2)
Hotspot
Product Specifc
10g
DUT-to-User
Separation
0 mm
15 mm
10 mm
0 mm
0 mm
15 mm
10 mm
0 mm
Test
Position
Left Touch
Antenna-toedge/surface
N/A
SAR
Required
Yes
Left Tilt (15°)
N/A
Yes
Right Touch
N/A
Yes
Right Tilt (15°)
N/A
Yes
Yes
Rear
N/A
Front
N/A
Yes
Rear
< 25 mm
Yes
Note
Front
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 1 (Top)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 2 (Right)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 3 (Bottom)
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 4 (Left)
< 25 mm
Yes
Rear
< 25 mm
Yes
Front
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 1 (Top)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 2 (Right)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 3 (Bottom)
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 4 (Left)
< 25 mm
Yes
Left Touch
N/A
Yes
Left Tilt (15°)
N/A
Yes
Right Touch
N/A
Yes
Right Tilt (15°)
N/A
Yes
Rear
N/A
Yes
Front
N/A
Yes
Rear
< 25 mm
Yes
Front
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 1 (Top)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 2 (Right)
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 3 (Bottom)
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 4 (Left)
> 25 mm
No
Rear
< 25 mm
Yes
Front
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 1 (Top)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 2 (Right)
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 3 (Bottom)
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 4 (Left)
> 25 mm
No
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
4.
SAR is not required because the distance from the antenna to the edge is > 25 mm as per KDB 941225 D06 Hot Spot SAR.
For Phablet devices: when hotspot mode applies, Product Specific 10-g SAR is required only for the surfaces and edges with hotspot mode
1-g reported SAR > 1.2 W/kg.
WWAN Main Ant. 2 supports LTE Band 41 only.
Cellular Sub Antenna is Rx only.
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RF Exposure Conditions (Test Configurations) (continued):
Wireless
technologies
RF Exposure
Conditions
DUT-to-User
Separation
Head
0 mm
Body
Hotspot /
Wi-Fi Direct
(2.4/5.2/5.8 GHz
Bands)
15 mm
10 mm
WLAN & BT
Product Specifc
10g
(2.4 GHz)
Product Specifc
10g
(5 GHz Bands)
0 mm
0 mm
Test
Position
Left Touch
Antenna-toedge/surface
N/A
SAR
Required
Yes
Left Tilt (15°)
N/A
Yes
Right Touch
N/A
Yes
Right Tilt (15°)
N/A
Yes
Rear
N/A
Yes
Front
N/A
Yes
Rear
< 25 mm
Yes
Front
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 1 (Top)
< 25 mm
Yes
Note
Edge 2 (Right)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 3 (Bottom)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 4 (Left)
< 25 mm
Yes
Rear
< 25 mm
Yes
Front
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 1 (Top)
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 2 (Right)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 3 (Bottom)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 4 (Left)
< 25 mm
Yes
Rear
< 25 mm
Yes
Front
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 1 (Top)
< 25 mm
Yes
Edge 2 (Right)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 3 (Bottom)
> 25 mm
No
Edge 4 (Left)
< 25 mm
Yes
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
SAR is not required because the distance from the antenna to the edge is > 25 mm as per KDB 941225 D06 Hot Spot SAR.
For Phablet devices: when Hotspot Mode is not supported, Product Specific 10-g SAR is required for all surfaces and edges with an antenna
located at ≤ 25 mm from that surface or edge in direct contact with a flat phantom, to address interactive hand use exposure conditions.
For Phablet devices: when hotspot mode applies, Product Specific 10-g SAR is required only for the surfaces and edges with hotspot mode
1-g reported SAR > 1.2 W/kg.
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8. Dielectric Property Measurements & System Check
8.1.
Dielectric Property Measurements
The temperature of the tissue-equivalent medium used during measurement must also be within 18°C to 25°C and
within ± 2°C of the temperature when the tissue parameters are characterized.
The dielectric parameters must be measured before the tissue-equivalent medium is used in a series of SAR
measurements. The parameters should be re-measured after each 3 – 4 days of use; or earlier if the dielectric
parameters can become out of tolerance; for example, when the parameters are marginal at the beginning of the
measurement series.
Tissue dielectric parameters were measured at the low, middle and high frequency of each operating frequency range
of the test device.
The dielectric constant (εr) and conductivity (σ) of typical tissue-equivalent media recipes are expected to
be within ± 5% of the required target values; but for SAR measurement systems that have implemented the SAR
error compensation algorithms documented in IEEE Std 1528-2013, to automatically compensate the measured SAR
results for deviations between the measured and required tissue dielectric parameters, the tolerance for εr and σ may
be relaxed to ± 10%. This is limited to frequencies ≤ 3 GHz.
Tissue Dielectric Parameters
FCC KDB 865664 D01 SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz
Target Frequency (MHz)
150
300
450
835
900
915
1450
1610
1800 – 2000
2450
3000
5000
5100
5200
5300
5400
5500
5600
5700
5800
Head
εr
52.3
45.3
43.5
41.5
41.5
41.5
40.5
40.3
40.0
39.2
38.5
36.2
36.1
36.0
35.9
35.8
35.6
35.5
35.4
35.3
Body
σ (S/m)
0.76
0.87
0.87
0.90
0.97
0.98
1.20
1.29
1.40
1.80
2.40
4.45
4.55
4.66
4.76
4.86
4.96
5.07
5.17
5.27
εr
61.9
58.2
56.7
55.2
55.0
55.0
54.0
53.8
53.3
52.7
52.0
49.3
49.1
49.0
48.9
48.7
48.6
48.5
48.3
48.2
σ (S/m)
0.80
0.92
0.94
0.97
1.05
1.06
1.30
1.40
1.52
1.95
2.73
5.07
5.18
5.30
5.42
5.53
5.65
5.77
5.88
6.00
IEEE Std 1528-2013
Refer to Table 3 within the IEEE Std 1528-2013
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Dielectric Property Measurements Results:
SAR
Lab
Date
8/20/2018
8/20/2018
8/21/2018
8/21/2018
8/22/2018
8/22/2018
8/20/2018
8/20/2018
8/21/2018
8/21/2018
8/22/2018
8/22/2018
8/22/2018
8/22/2018
8/27/2018
8/27/2018
Band
(MHz)
835
835
2450
2450
5250
5250
2600
2600
1900
1900
5600
5750
5600
5750
1750
1900
Tissue
Type
Head
Body
Head
Body
Head
Body
Head
Body
Head
Body
Head
Head
Body
Body
Body
Body
Frequency
(MHz)
Relative Perm ittivity (єr)
Measured
Target
Delta
Conductivity (σ)
Measured
Target
Delta
835
40.17
41.50
-3.20
0.94
0.90
805
40.19
41.68
-3.57
0.93
0.90
4.43
3.83
905
39.99
41.50
-3.64
0.97
0.97
-0.32
835
55.18
55.20
-0.04
0.99
0.97
1.95
805
55.18
55.33
-0.28
0.98
0.97
1.29
905
55.02
55.00
0.04
1.02
1.05
-2.99
2450
39.51
39.20
0.79
1.79
1.80
-0.83
2400
39.61
39.30
0.80
1.75
1.75
-0.15
2480
39.45
39.16
0.73
1.81
1.83
-1.28
2450
51.11
52.70
-3.02
2.02
1.95
3.59
2400
51.22
52.77
-2.94
1.98
1.90
4.16
2480
51.06
52.66
-3.04
2.05
1.99
2.90
5250
35.60
35.93
-0.93
4.49
4.70
-4.60
5150
35.78
36.05
-0.74
4.38
4.60
-4.82
5350
35.44
35.82
-1.06
4.60
4.80
-4.30
5250
47.28
48.95
-3.42
5.37
5.35
0.28
5150
47.48
49.09
-3.27
5.23
5.24
-0.14
5350
47.08
48.82
-3.56
5.51
5.47
0.68
2600
38.46
39.01
-1.41
1.95
1.96
-0.72
2495
38.63
39.14
-1.31
1.87
1.85
0.88
2690
38.28
38.90
-1.59
2.02
2.06
-2.01
2600
50.34
52.51
-4.13
2.20
2.16
1.67
2495
50.51
52.64
-4.05
2.10
2.01
4.26
2690
50.14
52.40
-4.31
2.28
2.29
-0.28
1900
38.31
40.00
-4.22
1.42
1.40
1.21
1850
38.37
40.00
-4.08
1.39
1.40
-0.57
1920
38.28
40.00
-4.30
1.43
1.40
1.93
3.49
1900
51.73
53.30
-2.95
1.57
1.52
1850
51.79
53.30
-2.83
1.54
1.52
1.45
1920
51.70
53.30
-3.00
1.59
1.52
4.28
5600
36.17
35.53
1.79
4.93
5.06
-2.53
5500
36.34
35.65
1.94
4.82
4.96
-2.84
5725
35.95
35.39
1.58
5.08
5.19
-2.07
5750
35.90
35.36
1.52
5.11
5.21
-2.01
5700
36.00
35.42
1.64
5.05
5.16
-2.18
5850
35.75
35.30
1.27
5.22
5.27
-0.91
5600
47.62
48.48
-1.77
5.84
5.76
1.37
5500
47.80
48.61
-1.67
5.69
5.64
0.84
5725
47.39
48.31
-1.90
6.03
5.91
2.09
5750
47.33
48.27
-1.96
6.06
5.94
2.16
5700
47.44
48.34
-1.87
5.99
5.88
1.93
5850
47.16
48.20
-2.16
6.21
6.00
3.48
1750
51.96
53.44
-2.77
1.51
1.49
1.60
1710
52.15
53.54
-2.60
1.48
1.46
1.54
1755
51.95
53.43
-2.77
1.51
1.49
1.60
1900
53.97
53.30
1.26
1.56
1.52
2.50
1850
53.97
53.30
1.26
1.52
1.52
-0.13
1920
53.97
53.30
1.26
1.57
1.52
3.55
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System Check
SAR system verification is required to confirm measurement accuracy, according to the tissue dielectric media, probe
calibration points and other system operating parameters required for measuring the SAR of a test device. The
system verification must be performed for each frequency band and within the valid range of each probe calibration
point required for testing the device. The same SAR probe(s) and tissue-equivalent media combinations used with
each specific SAR system for system verification must be used for device testing. When multiple probe calibration
points are required to cover substantially large transmission bands, independent system verifications are required for
each probe calibration point. A system verification must be performed before each series of SAR measurements
using the same probe calibration point and tissue-equivalent medium. Additional system verification should be
considered according to the conditions of the tissue-equivalent medium and measured tissue dielectric parameters,
typically every three to four days when the liquid parameters are re-measured or sooner when marginal liquid
parameters are used at the beginning of a series of measurements.
System Performance Check Measurement Conditions:
•
The measurements were performed in the flat section of the TWIN SAM or ELI phantom, shell thickness: 2.0
±0.2 mm (bottom plate) filled with Body or Head simulating liquid of the following parameters.
The depth of tissue-equivalent liquid in a phantom must be ≥ 15.0 cm for SAR measurements ≤ 3 GHz and ≥
10.0 cm for measurements > 3 GHz.
The DASY system with an E-Field Probe was used for the measurements.
The dipole was mounted on the small tripod so that the dipole feed point was positioned below the center marking
of the flat phantom section and the dipole was oriented parallel to the body axis (the long side of the phantom).
The standard measuring distance was 10 mm (above 1 GHz) and 15 mm (below 1 GHz) from dipole center to
the simulating liquid surface.
The coarse grid with a grid spacing of 15 mm was aligned with the dipole.
For 5 GHz band - The coarse grid with a grid spacing of 10 mm was aligned with the dipole.
Special 7x7x7 (below 3 GHz) and/or 8x8x7 (above 3 GHz) fine cube was chosen for the cube.
Distance between probe sensors and phantom surface was set to 3 mm.
For 5 GHz band - Distance between probe sensors and phantom surface was set to 2.5 mm
The dipole input power (forward power) was 100 mW.
The results are normalized to 1 W input power.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
System Check Results
The 1-g and 10-g SAR measured with a reference dipole, using the required tissue-equivalent medium at the test
frequency, must be within ±10% of the manufacturer calibrated dipole SAR target. Refer to Appendix B for the SAR
System Check Plots.
Measured Results for 1g SAR
SAR
Lab
Date
Tissue
Type
Dipole Type_Serial #
Dipole
Cal. Due Data
Zoom Scan
to 100 mW
Normalize
to 1 W
Measured Results for 10g SAR
Target
Delta
(Ref. Value)
±10 %
Zoom Scan
to 100 mW
Normalize
to 1 W
Target
Delta
(Ref. Value)
±10 %
8/20/2018
Head
D835V2 SN:4d117
5/16/2019
0.941
9.41
9.87
-4.66
0.609
6.09
6.40
8/20/2018
Body
D835V2 SN:4d117
5/16/2019
0.959
9.59
10.31
-6.98
0.628
6.28
6.84
4.74
8/21/2018
Head
D2450V2 SN:899
3/16/2019
5.120
51.20
51.75
-1.06
2.380
23.80
24.20
9.05
Plot
No.
-1.65
1,2
8/21/2018
Body
D2450V2 SN:899
3/16/2019
5.240
52.40
50.55
3.66
2.430
24.30
23.20
6.34
3,4
8/22/2018
Head
D5GHzV2 SN:1003 (5.25 GHz)
3/13/2019
8.720
87.20
80.60
8.19
2.530
25.30
23.20
8.31
5,6
8/22/2018
Body
D5GHzV2 SN:1003 (5.25 GHz)
3/13/2019
7.780
77.80
73.60
5.71
2.180
21.80
20.50
-2.96
8/20/2018
Head
D2600V2 SN:1036
3/16/2019
5.920
59.20
54.54
8.54
2.660
26.60
24.56
4.98
8/20/2018
Body
D2600V2 SN:1036
3/16/2019
5.500
55.00
56.13
-2.01
2.430
24.30
25.04
-3.05
7,8
8/21/2018
Head
D1900V2 SN:5d163
10/5/2018
4.090
40.90
38.77
5.49
2.110
21.10
20.10
-0.43
8/21/2018
Body
D1900V2 SN:5d163
10/5/2018
4.110
41.10
42.99
-4.40
2.130
21.30
21.97
7.50
8/22/2018
Head
D5GHzV2 SN:1003 (5.60 GHz)
3/13/2019
9.000
90.00
84.50
6.51
2.580
25.80
24.00
7.50
11,12
8/22/2018
Head
D5GHzV2 SN:1003 (5.75 GHz)
3/13/2019
8.380
83.80
78.40
6.89
2.410
24.10
22.20
8.56
13,14
8/22/2018
Body
D5GHzV2 SN:1003 (5.60 GHz)
3/13/2019
8.270
82.70
77.70
6.44
2.310
23.10
21.70
6.45
8/22/2018
Body
D5GHzV2 SN:1003 (5.75 GHz)
3/13/2019
7.790
77.90
73.90
5.41
2.150
21.50
20.60
4.37
8/27/2018
Body
D1750V2 SN:1077
10/5/2018
3.960
39.60
37.34
6.05
2.100
21.00
19.98
5.11
15,16
8/27/2018
Body
D1900V2 SN:5d163
10/5/2018
4.310
43.10
42.99
0.26
2.230
22.30
21.97
1.50
17,18
9,10
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9. Conducted Output Power Measurements
9.1.
GSM
Per KDB 941225 D01 3G SAR Procedures:
SAR test reduction for GPRS and EDGE modes is determined by the source-based time-averaged output power specified for
production units, including tune-up tolerance. The data mode with highest specified time-averaged output power should be tested
for SAR compliance in the applicable exposure conditions. For modes with the same specified maximum output power and
tolerance, the higher number time-slot configuration should be tested.
When different maximum output power applies to GSM voice or GPRS/EDGE time slots, GSM voice and GPRS/EDGE time slots
should be tested separately to determine compliance by summing the corresponding reported SAR.
The GMSK EDGE configurations are grouped with GPRS and considered with respect to time-averaged maximum output power
to determine compliance.
Per October 2013 TCB Workshop:
When the maximum frame-averaged powers levels are within 0.25 dB of each other, test the configuration with the most number
of time slots.
GSM850 Measured Results
Mode
Coding
Scheme
Time
Slots
GPRS/EDGE
(GMSK)
CS1
EDGE
(8PSK)
MCS5
Ch No.
Freq.
(MHz)
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
Measured
Burst Pw r
Frame Pw r
128
824.2
33.51
24.48
190
836.6
33.76
24.73
251
848.8
33.75
24.72
128
824.2
30.26
24.24
190
836.6
30.37
24.35
251
848.8
30.39
24.37
128
824.2
28.64
24.38
190
836.6
28.93
24.67
251
848.8
28.94
24.68
128
824.2
27.30
24.29
190
836.6
27.77
24.76
251
848.8
27.83
24.82
128
824.2
26.82
17.79
190
836.6
27.00
17.97
251
848.8
26.92
17.89
128
824.2
24.50
18.48
190
836.6
24.47
18.45
251
848.8
24.50
18.48
128
824.2
22.68
18.42
190
836.6
23.00
18.74
251
848.8
22.79
18.53
128
824.2
21.00
17.99
190
836.6
21.31
18.30
251
848.8
21.32
18.31
Tune-up Lim it
Burst Pw r
Frame Pw r
34.00
24.97
32.00
25.98
29.00
24.74
28.00
24.99
27.00
17.97
25.00
18.98
24.00
19.74
23.00
19.99
Notes:
The worst-case configuration and mode for SAR testing is determined to be as follows:
•
GPRS/EDGE (GMSK) mode with 2 time slots for Max power, based on the Tune-up Procedure.
•
SAR is not required for EDGE (8PSK) mode because the maximum output power and tune-up limit is ≤ 1/4dB higher than GPRS/EDGE
(GMSK) or the adjusted SAR of the highest reported SAR of GPRS/EDGE (GMSK) is ≤ 1.2W/kg.
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GSM1900 Measured Results
Maximum Average Power (dBm)
Mode
Coding
Scheme
Time
Slots
GPRS/EDGE
(GMSK)
CS1
EDGE
(8PSK)
MCS5
Ch No.
Freq.
(MHz)
Measured
Burst Pwr
Frame Pwr
512
1850.2
29.85
20.82
661
1880.0
29.98
20.95
810
1909.8
29.93
20.90
512
1850.2
26.72
20.70
661
1880.0
27.03
21.01
810
1909.8
27.04
21.02
512
1850.2
25.26
21.00
661
1880.0
25.70
21.44
810
1909.8
25.66
21.40
512
1850.2
23.93
20.92
661
1880.0
24.04
21.03
810
1909.8
24.19
21.18
512
1850.2
25.30
16.27
661
1880.0
25.57
16.54
810
1909.8
25.47
16.44
512
1850.2
22.85
16.83
661
1880.0
22.93
16.91
810
1909.8
22.76
16.74
512
1850.2
22.88
18.62
661
1880.0
22.66
18.40
810
1909.8
22.80
18.54
512
1850.2
21.70
18.69
661
1880.0
21.83
18.82
810
1909.8
21.77
18.76
Tune-up Limit
Burst Pwr
Frame Pwr
31.00
21.97
28.50
22.48
26.50
22.24
25.00
21.99
26.00
16.97
24.00
17.98
23.50
19.24
22.00
18.99
Notes:
The worst-case configuration and mode for SAR testing is determined to be as follows:
•
GPRS/EDGE (GMSK) mode with 2 time slots for Max power, based on the Tune-up Procedure.
•
SAR is not required for EDGE (8PSK) mode because the maximum output power and tune-up limit is ≤ 1/4dB higher than GPRS/EDGE
(GMSK) or the adjusted SAR of the highest reported SAR of GPRS/EDGE (GMSK) is ≤ 1.2W/kg.
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W-CDMA
Release 99 Setup Procedures used to establish the test signals
The following tests were completed according to the test requirements outlined in section 5.2 of the 3GPP TS34.121-1
specification. The DUT supports power Class 3, which has a nominal maximum output power of 24 dBm (+1.7/-3.7).
Mode
WCDMA General Settings
Subtest
Loopback Mode
Rel99 RMC
Power Control Algorithm
βc/βd
Rel99
Test Mode 2
12.2kbps RMC
Algorithm2
8/15
HSDPA Setup Procedures used to establish the test signals
The following 4 Sub-tests were completed according to Release 9 procedures in section 5.2 of 3GPP TS34.121. A summary of
these settings are illustrated below:
Table C.10.2.4: β values for transmitter characteristics tests with HS-DPCCH
W-CDMA
General
Settings
HSDPA
Specific
Settings
Mode
Subtest
Loopback Mode
Rel99 RMC
HSDPA FRC
Power Control Algorithm
βc
βd
Βd (SF)
βc/βd
βhs
MPR (dB)
D ACK
D NAK
DCQI
Ack-Nack repetition factor
CQI Feedback (Table 5.2B.4)
CQI Repetition Factor (Table 5.2B.4)
Ahs=βhs/βc
HSDPA
Test Mode 1
12.2kbps RMC
H-Set 1
Algorithm 2
2/15
15/15
64
2/15
4/15
4ms
30/15
HSDPA
HSDPA
HSDPA
11/15
15/15
15/15
8/15
15/15
4/15
11/15
24/15
15/8
30/15
0.5
15/4
30/15
0.5
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HSPA (HSDPA & HSUPA) Setup Procedures used to establish the test signals
The following 5 Sub-tests were completed according to Release 9 procedures in table C,11.1.3 of 3GPP TS 34.121-1
A summary of these settings are illustrated below:
Table C.11.1.3: β values for transmitter characteristics tests with HS-DPCCH and E-DCH
WCDMA
General
Settings
HSDPA
Specific
Settings
HSUPA
Specific
Settings
Mode
Subtest
Loopback Mode
Rel99 RMC
HSDPA FRC
HSUPA Test
Power Control Algorithm
βc
βd
βec
βc/βd
βhs
βed
CM (dB)
MPR (dB)
DACK
DNAK
DCQI
Ack-Nack repetition factor
CQI Feedback (Table 5.2B.4)
CQI Repetition Factor (Table 5.2B.4)
Ahs = βhs/βc
E-DPDCCH
DHARQ
AG Index
ETFCI (from 34.121 Table C.11.1.3)
Associated Max UL Data Rate kbps
Reference E-TFCIs
Reference E-TFCI
Reference E-TFCI PO
Reference E-TFCI
Reference E-TFCI PO
Reference E-TFCI
Reference E-TFCI PO
Reference E-TFCI
Reference E-TFCI PO
Reference E-TFCI
Reference E-TFCI PO
Maximum Channelization Codes
HSPA
Test Mode 1
12.2 kbps RMC
H-Set 1
HSPA
Algorithm 2
11/15
15/15
209/225
11/15
22/15
1309/225
4ms
30/15
20
75
242.1
11
67
18
71
23
75
26
81
27
2xSF2
6/15
15/15
12/15
6/15
12/15
94/75
15/15
9/15
30/15
15/9
30/15
47/15
2/15
15/15
2/15
2/15
4/15
56/75
12
67
174.9
11
67
18
71
23
75
26
81
27
15
92
482.8
11
92
18
71
23
75
26
81
27
17
71
205.8
11
67
18
71
23
75
26
81
27
Algorithm 1
15/15
5/15
5/15
47/15
12
67
308.9
67
18
67
18
71
23
75
26
81
27
SF4
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DC-HSDPA Setup Procedures used to establish the test signals
The following tests were completed according to procedures in section 7.3.13 of 3GPP TS34.108. A summary of these settings
are illustrated below:
Downlink Physical Channels are set as per 3GPP TS34.121-1
Call is set up as per 3GPP TS34.108 sub clause 7.3.13
The configurations of the fixed reference channels for HSDPA RF tests are described in 3GPP TS 34.121, annex C for FDD and
3GPP TS 34.122.
The following 4 Sub-tests for HSDPA were completed according to Release 9 procedures in section 5.2 of 3GPP TS34.121.
A summary of subtest settings are illustrated below:
WCDMA
General
Settings
HSDPA
Specific
Settings
Mode
Subtest
Loopback Mode
Rel99 RMC
HSDPA FRC
Power Control Algorithm
βc
βd
βd (SF)
βc/βd
βhs
MPR (dB)
DACK
DNAK
DCQI
Ack-Nack Repetition factor
CQI Feedback
CQI Repetition Factor
Ahs = βhs/ βc
HSDPA
Test Mode 1
12.2kbps RMC
H-Set 1
Algorithm2
2/15
15/15
64
2/15
4/15
4ms
30/15
HSDPA
HSDPA
HSDPA
11/15
15/15
15/15
8/15
15/15
4/15
12/15
24/15
15/8
30/15
0.5
15/4
30/15
0.5
HSPA+ Release 9
Since 16QAM is not used for uplink, RF conducted power measurements are not required for HSPA+.
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W-CDMA Band II Measured Results
Mode
Release 99
Rel 99
(RMC, 12.2
kbps)
Subtest 1
Subtest 2
HSDPA
Subtest 3
Subtest 4
Subtest 1
Subtest 2
HSUPA
Subtest 3
Subtest 4
Subtest 5
Subtest 1
Subtest 2
DC-HSDPA
Subtest 3
Subtest 4
Maximum Average Power (dBm)
UL Ch No.
Freq.
(MHz)
Measured Pwr
9262
1852.4
23.47
9400
1880.0
23.59
9538
1907.6
23.77
9262
1852.4
22.75
9400
1880.0
22.84
9538
1907.6
22.76
9262
1852.4
22.55
9400
1880.0
22.66
9538
1907.6
22.74
9262
1852.4
21.51
9400
1880.0
21.64
9538
1907.6
21.80
9262
1852.4
21.54
9400
1880.0
21.65
9538
1907.6
21.79
9262
1852.4
21.44
9400
1880.0
21.60
9538
1907.6
21.75
9262
1852.4
19.58
9400
1880.0
19.72
9538
1907.6
19.83
9262
1852.4
20.58
9400
1880.0
20.68
9538
1907.6
20.79
9262
1852.4
19.58
9400
1880.0
19.72
9538
1907.6
19.83
9262
1852.4
22.48
9400
1880.0
22.56
9538
1907.6
22.66
9262
1852.4
22.75
9400
1880.0
22.97
9538
1907.6
22.82
9262
1852.4
22.55
9400
1880.0
22.66
9538
1907.6
22.74
9262
1852.4
21.51
9400
1880.0
21.64
9538
1907.6
21.80
9262
1852.4
21.54
9400
1880.0
21.65
9538
1907.6
21.79
MPR
Tune-up Limit
N/A
24.50
23.00
23.00
0.5
22.50
0.5
22.50
23.00
21.00
22.00
21.00
23.00
23.00
23.00
0.5
22.50
0.5
22.50
Notes:
Refer to W-CDMA MPR Attestation Letter for HSUPA MPR Explanation.
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W-CDMA Band V Measured Results
Mode
Release 99
Rel 99
(RMC, 12.2
kbps)
Subtest 1
Subtest 2
HSDPA
Subtest 3
Subtest 4
Subtest 1
Subtest 2
HSUPA
Subtest 3
Subtest 4
Subtest 5
Subtest 1
Subtest 2
DC-HSDPA
Subtest 3
Subtest 4
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
UL Ch No.
Freq.
(MHz)
Measured Pw r
4132
826.4
24.33
4183
836.6
24.35
4233
846.6
24.34
4132
826.4
23.36
4183
836.6
23.35
4233
846.6
23.26
4132
826.4
22.35
4183
836.6
22.40
4233
846.6
22.35
4132
826.4
21.22
4183
836.6
21.20
4233
846.6
21.17
4132
826.4
21.22
4183
836.6
21.20
4233
846.6
21.17
4132
826.4
20.31
4183
836.6
20.29
4233
846.6
20.26
4132
826.4
18.20
4183
836.6
18.28
4233
846.6
18.31
4132
826.4
21.20
4183
836.6
21.27
4233
846.6
21.24
4132
826.4
18.20
4183
836.6
18.28
4233
846.6
18.31
4132
826.4
23.38
4183
836.6
23.39
4233
846.6
23.38
4132
826.4
23.36
4183
836.6
23.35
4233
846.6
23.26
4132
826.4
22.35
4183
836.6
22.40
4233
846.6
22.35
4132
826.4
21.22
4183
836.6
21.20
4233
846.6
21.17
4132
826.4
21.22
4183
836.6
21.20
4233
846.6
21.17
MPR
Tune-up Limit
N/A
25.00
23.50
23.50
0.5
23.00
0.5
23.00
21.50
19.50
22.50
19.50
23.50
23.50
23.50
0.5
23.00
0.5
23.00
Notes:
Refer to W-CDMA MPR Attestation Letter for HSUPA MPR Explanation.
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LTE
The following tests were conducted according to the test requirements outlined in section 6.2 of the 3GPP TS36.101
specification.
UE Power Class: 3 (23 +/- 2dBm). The allowed Maximum Power Reduction (MPR) for the maximum output power
due to higher order modulation and transmit bandwidth configuration (resource blocks) is specified in Table 6.2.3-1
of the 3GPP TS36.101.
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The allowed A-MPR values specified below in Table 6.2.4.-1 of 3GPP TS36.101 are in addition to the allowed MPR
requirements. All the measurements below were performed with A-MPR disabled, by using Network Signaling Value
of “NS_01”.
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LTE Band 5 Measured Results
BW
(MHz)
Mode
QPSK
10 MHz
16QAM
BW
(MHz)
Mode
QPSK
5 MHz
16QAM
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
20450
20525
20600
829 MHz
836.5 MHz
844 MHz
MPR
Tune-up
Limit
24.37
24.30
24.41
25
25
24.33
24.29
24.36
25
49
24.31
24.29
24.21
25
25
23.18
23.23
23.31
24
25
12
23.19
23.22
23.26
24
25
25
23.21
23.23
23.21
24
50
23.21
23.21
23.26
24
23.20
23.42
23.19
24
25
23.15
23.44
23.15
24
49
23.14
23.39
22.98
24
25
22.18
22.22
22.29
23
25
12
22.18
22.19
22.24
23
25
25
22.17
22.18
22.21
23
50
22.13
22.13
22.24
23
MPR
Tune-up
Limit
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
20425
20525
20625
826.5 MHz
836.5 MHz
846.5 MHz
23.64
23.81
23.83
25
12
23.61
23.83
23.76
25
24
23.59
23.84
23.66
25
12
22.60
22.73
22.73
24
12
22.60
22.69
22.72
24
12
13
22.58
22.69
22.68
24
25
22.59
22.68
22.67
24
22.55
22.60
22.61
24
12
22.56
22.62
22.55
24
24
22.53
22.63
22.50
24
12
21.59
21.68
21.75
23
12
21.56
21.68
21.72
23
12
13
21.55
21.68
21.69
23
25
21.56
21.66
21.68
23
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LTE Band 5 Measured Results (continued)
BW
(MHz)
Mode
QPSK
3 MHz
16QAM
BW
(MHz)
Mode
QPSK
1.4 MHz
16QAM
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
20415
20525
20635
825.5 MHz
836.5 MHz
847.5 MHz
MPR
Tune-up
Limit
23.73
23.76
23.79
25
23.73
23.77
23.75
25
14
23.73
23.75
23.66
25
22.62
22.68
22.71
24
22.61
22.67
22.69
24
22.59
22.70
22.70
24
15
22.56
22.65
22.65
24
22.65
22.62
22.73
24
22.61
22.70
22.55
24
14
22.51
22.77
22.56
24
21.45
21.72
21.65
23
21.47
21.70
21.64
23
21.47
21.71
21.59
23
15
21.47
21.61
21.58
23
MPR
Tune-up
Limit
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
20407
20525
20643
824.7 MHz
836.5 MHz
848.3 MHz
23.62
23.65
23.72
25
23.59
23.65
23.68
25
23.63
23.68
23.67
25
23.59
23.73
23.64
25
23.59
23.76
23.63
25
23.60
23.78
23.60
25
22.54
22.66
22.58
24
22.54
22.75
22.39
24
22.45
22.81
22.24
24
22.56
22.78
22.35
24
22.50
22.80
22.47
24
22.50
22.76
22.50
24
22.52
22.76
22.51
24
21.59
21.58
21.71
23
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LTE Band 41 Measured Results
BW
(MHz)
Mode
QPSK
20 MHz
16QAM
BW
(MHz)
Mode
QPSK
15 MHz
16QAM
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
39750
40185
40620
41055
41490
2506 MHz
2549.5 MHz
2593 MHz
2636.5 MHz
2680 MHz
MPR
Tune-up
Limit
23.53
23.62
23.55
23.38
23.10
24.5
49
23.59
23.62
23.53
23.39
23.17
24.5
99
23.63
23.51
23.61
23.39
23.24
24.5
50
22.54
22.56
22.56
22.38
22.21
23.5
50
24
22.56
22.57
22.56
22.40
22.24
23.5
50
50
22.55
22.56
22.58
22.39
22.26
23.5
100
22.54
22.56
22.56
22.40
22.23
23.5
22.37
22.33
22.34
22.09
22.43
23.5
49
22.50
22.49
22.22
22.26
22.04
23.5
99
22.27
22.73
22.43
22.21
22.54
23.5
50
21.49
21.54
21.60
21.30
21.16
22.5
50
24
21.52
21.56
21.62
21.38
21.23
22.5
50
50
21.57
21.55
21.63
21.37
21.21
22.5
100
21.58
21.56
21.61
21.36
21.21
22.5
MPR
Tune-up
Limit
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
39750
40185
40620
41055
41490
2506 MHz
2549.5 MHz
2593 MHz
2636.5 MHz
2680 MHz
23.09
23.03
23.01
22.85
22.69
24.5
37
23.14
23.04
23.09
22.85
22.70
24.5
74
23.16
23.03
23.01
22.87
22.73
24.5
36
22.08
22.11
22.09
21.91
21.76
23.5
36
20
22.11
22.10
22.09
21.93
21.77
23.5
36
39
22.12
22.11
22.12
21.92
21.80
23.5
75
22.11
22.12
22.10
21.93
21.78
23.5
21.58
21.95
22.11
21.54
22.11
23.5
37
22.02
21.99
22.00
21.57
21.78
23.5
74
22.05
21.79
21.81
21.71
21.71
23.5
36
21.10
21.08
21.01
20.94
20.77
22.5
36
20
21.09
21.12
21.01
20.89
20.82
22.5
36
39
21.08
21.13
21.07
20.94
20.76
22.5
75
21.08
21.14
21.05
20.88
20.83
22.5
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LTE Band 41 Measured Results (continued)
BW
(MHz)
Mode
QPSK
10 MHz
16QAM
BW
(MHz)
Mode
QPSK
5 MHz
16QAM
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
39750
40185
40620
41055
41490
2506 MHz
2549.5 MHz
2593 MHz
2636.5 MHz
2680 MHz
MPR
Tune-up
Limit
23.59
23.56
23.57
23.36
23.11
24.5
25
23.60
23.56
23.63
23.39
23.14
24.5
49
23.62
23.55
23.63
23.41
23.18
24.5
25
22.58
22.56
22.57
22.40
22.19
23.5
25
12
22.58
22.57
22.59
22.41
22.22
23.5
25
25
22.59
22.57
22.61
22.42
22.24
23.5
50
22.57
22.56
22.60
22.42
22.24
23.5
22.36
22.64
22.38
22.15
22.38
23.5
25
22.37
22.65
22.40
22.15
22.42
23.5
49
22.41
22.66
22.39
22.20
22.43
23.5
25
21.58
21.61
21.57
21.44
21.22
22.5
25
12
21.60
21.62
21.61
21.44
21.25
22.5
25
25
21.61
21.61
21.62
21.44
21.27
22.5
50
21.59
21.63
21.61
21.44
21.27
22.5
MPR
Tune-up
Limit
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Maxim um Average Pow er (dBm )
39750
40185
40620
41055
41490
2506 MHz
2549.5 MHz
2593 MHz
2636.5 MHz
2680 MHz
23.08
22.76
22.95
22.59
22.71
24.5
12
23.08
22.71
22.97
22.59
22.73
24.5
24
23.07
22.73
23.00
22.61
22.73
24.5
12
22.06
21.75
22.06
21.58
21.73
23.5
12
22.05
21.74
22.07
21.57
21.71
23.5
12
13
22.06
21.74
22.08
21.57
21.70
23.5
25
22.04
21.72
22.08
21.56
21.72
23.5
21.93
21.16
21.65
21.27
21.38
23.5
12
21.92
21.15
21.65
21.26
21.38
23.5
24
21.94
21.16
21.69
21.30
21.41
23.5
12
20.95
20.69
20.97
20.49
20.78
22.5
12
20.93
20.68
20.97
20.49
20.77
22.5
12
13
20.94
20.68
20.98
20.48
20.77
22.5
25
21.05
20.76
21.05
20.57
20.75
22.5
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LTE Carrier Aggregation
The following tests were conducted according to the test requirements outlined in section 6.2 of the 3GPP TS36.101
specification.
For inter-band carrier aggregation with uplink assigned to one E-UTRA band (Table 5.6A-1), the requirements in
subclause 6.2.3 apply.
For inter-band carrier aggregation with one component carrier per operating band and the uplink active in two EUTRA bands, the requirements in subclause 6.2.3 apply for each uplink component carrier.
For intra-band contiguous carrier aggregation the allowed Maximum Power Reduction (MPR) for the maximum output
power applicable to the DUT in table below. In case the modulation format is different on different component carriers
then the MPR is determined by the rules applied to higher order of those modulations.
For PUCCH and SRS transmissions, the allowed MPR is according to that specified for PUSCH WPDK modulation
for the corresponding transmission bandwidth.
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For intra-band contiguous carrier aggregation bandwidth class C with non-contiguous resource allocation, the allowed
Maximum Power Reduction (MPR) for the maximum output power in Table 6.2.2A-1 is specified as follows
MPR = CEIL {min(M A , M IM5 ), 0.5}
Where M A is defined as follows
MA =
;0 ≤ A < 0.025
;0.025 ≤ A < 0.05
;0.05 ≤ A < 0.25
;0.25 ≤ A ≤ 0.4
;0.4 ≤ A ≤ 1
8.2
9.2 – 40A
8 – 16A
4.83 – 3.33A
3.83 – 0.83A
and M IM5 is defined as follows
M IM5 =
4.5
6.0
MA
; ∆ IM5 < 1.5 * BW Channel_CA
; 1.5 * BW Channel_CA ≤ ∆ IM5 < BW Channel_CA /2 + ∆f ooB
; ∆ IM5 ≥ BW Channel_CA /2 + ∆f ooB
Where
A = N RB_alloc / N RB_agg
∆ IM5 = max(│F C_agg – (3*F agg_alloc_low – 2*F agg_alloc_high )│, │F C_agg – (3*F agg_alloc_high – 2*F agg_alloc_low )│)
CEIL{M A, 0.5} means rounding upwards to closest 0.5dB, i.e. MPR ∈ [3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5,
7.0, 7.5, 8.0, 8.5]
For intra-band carrier aggregation, the MPR is evaluated per slot and given by the maximum value taken over the
transmission(s) on all component carriers within the slot; the maximum MPR over the two slots is then applied for the
entire subframe.
For intra-band non-contiguous carrier aggregation with one uplink carrier on the PCC, the requirements in the
subclause 6.2.3 apply. For intra-band non-contiguous aggregation with two uplink carriers the MPR is defined tfor
those E-UTRA bands where maximum possible W GAP ≤ 42.2 MHz as follows
MPR = CEIL{M A, 0.5}
Where M N is defined as follows
MN =
; 2 ≤ N ≤ 50
; 50 < N ≤ 200
-0.125N + 18.25
-0.0333 N + 13.67
Where N = N RB_alloc is the number of allocated resource blocks.
For the UE maximum output power modified by MPR, the power limits specified in subclause 6.2.5A apply.
LTE Carrier Aggregation Measured Results
The following power measurements were performed with a single carrier uplink; CA for this particular project is only supported in
the downlinks. The CA combinations supported by this device is one (1) Uplink and two (2) Downlinks.
LTE CA com binations
PCC (UL)
Type
PCC
Intra-Band
non-contiguous
Intra-Band
Contiguous
Mode
BW
(MHz)
41A
QPSK
41C
QPSK
SCC
SCC (DL)
Channel
Freq.
(MHz)
20
39750
20
39750
LTE Rel 8 Tx.
Pow er
[dBm ]
LTE Rel 10
Tx. Pow er
[dBm ]
Delta
(dBm )
2680.0
23.7
23.7
0.0
2525.8
23.7
23.7
0.0
RB/Offset
BW
(MHz)
Channel
Freq.
(MHz)
2506.0
1/99
20
41490
2506.0
1/99
20
39948
Note:
Per KDB 941225 D05A LTE Rel. 10 KDB Inquiry Sheet: SAR is excluded for Carrier Aggregation when measured power does not exceed LTE
Release 8 by more than a 1/ 4 dBm
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Wi-Fi 2.4GHz (DTS Band)
Wi-Fi 2.4GHz Measured Results
Band
DSSS
2.4 GHz
Mode
Data Rate
802.11b
Freq.
(MHz)
Meas Pw r
Tune-up
2412
15.00
15.00
2417
18.80
19.00
1 Mbps
802.11g
6 Mbps
OFDM
2.4 GHz
802.11n
(HT20)
Max Average Pow er (dBm )
Ch #
6.5 Mbps
2437
18.50
19.00
10
2457
18.90
19.00
11
2462
15.50
16.00
2412
2437
11
2462
2412
2437
11
2462
Not
Required
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
Meas Pw r
12.50
Yes
12.30
12.20
No
13.00
13.00
Yes
Not
Required
13.00
13.00
13.00
No
13.00
17.00
17.00
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
13.00
17.00
Not
Required
Tune-up
13.00
17.00
17.00
Reduced Average Pow er (dBm )
No
15.00
Not
Required
13.00
13.00
No
13.00
Note(s):
1.
2.
SAR testing is not required for OFDM modes when the highest reported SAR for DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS specified
maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg.
For “Not Required”, SAR Test reduction was applied in accordance with KDB 248227 §2.1, b), 1).
Duty Factor Measured Results
Mode
Type
802.11b
1 Mbps
T on
(ms)
8.608
Period
(ms)
8.637
Duty Cycle
99.66%
Crest Factor
(1/duty cycle)
1.00
Duty Cycle plot
802.11b 1Mbps
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Wi-Fi 5GHz (U-NII Bands)
Wi-Fi 5 GHz Measured Results
Band
Mode
802.11a
802.11n
(HT20)
UNII-1
5.2 GHz
Band
802.11ac
(VHT20)
6 Mbps
6.5 Mbps
6.5 Mbps
MAX Average Pow er (dBm )
Ch #
Freq.
(MHz)
Meas Pw r
Tune-up
36
5180
16.00
16.50
40
5200
16.00
16.50
44
5220
16.00
16.50
48
5240
16.00
36
5180
40
5200
44
5220
48
5240
16.50
36
5180
16.50
40
5200
44
5220
48
5240
38
5190
46
5230
38
5190
46
5230
Not
Required
Not
Required
16.50
16.50
16.50
16.50
15.00
Not
Required
15.00
802.11ac
(VHT80)
29.3 Mbps
42
5210
Mode
Data Rate
Ch #
Freq.
(MHz)
Meas Pw r
Tune-up
52
5260
15.30
16.50
56
5280
14.80
16.50
60
5300
15.30
16.50
64
5320
15.40
52
5260
56
5280
60
5300
64
5320
16.50
52
5260
16.50
56
5280
60
5300
64
5320
54
5270
62
5310
54
5270
62
5310
58
5290
802.11ac
(VHT20)
6.5 Mbps
802.11n
(HT40)
13.5 Mbps
802.11ac
(VHT40)
13.5 Mbps
802.11ac
(VHT80)
29.3 Mbps
No
Not
Required
Not
Required
15.00
15.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
No
No
Not
Required
11.00
No
Not
Required
11.00
10.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
Meas Pw r
Yes
Not
Required
Tune-up
16.50
No
Not
Required
Not
Required
15.00
15.00
15.00
14.00
No
Yes
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
11.00
11.00
11.00
11.00
No
No
11.00
11.00
11.00
No
Not
Required
No
Not
Required
11.00
No
Not
Required
11.00
No
10.00
11.00
16.50
15.00
No
11.00
11.00
16.50
No
Reduced Average Pow er (dBm )
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
11.00
16.50
No
11.00
16.50
16.50
No
11.00
16.50
Not
Required
Not
Required
11.00
Not
Required
Not
No
11.00
Required
MAX Average Pow er (dBm )
Not
Required
11.00
11.00
16.50
Not
Required
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
11.00
11.00
13.5 Mbps
6.5 Mbps
Yes
Not
Required
Tune-up
11.00
802.11ac
(VHT40)
802.11n
(HT20)
Meas Pw r
16.50
13.5 Mbps
6 Mbps
Reduced Average Pow er (dBm )
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
16.50
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11a
UNII-2A
5.3 GHz
Data Rate
11.00
No
11.00
11.00
11.00
No
No
Yes
Note(s):
1.
2.
3.
4.
For “Not Required”, SAR Test reduction was applied in accordance with KDB 248227 §2.1, b), 1). When the same maximum power is
specified for multiple transmission modes in a frequency band, the largest channel bandwidth, lowest order modulation, lowest data rate and
lowest order 802.11a/g/n/ac mode is used for SAR measurement, on the highest measured output power channel in the initial test
configuration, for each frequency band. Additional output power measurements were not deemed necessary.
When the same transmission mode configurations have the same maximum output power on the same channel for the 802.11 a/g/n/ac
modes, the channel in the lower order/sequence 802.11 mode (i.e. a, g, n then ac) is selected.
When the specified maximum output power is the same for both U-NII band 1 and U-NII band 2A, begin SAR measurement in U-NII band
2A; and if the highest reported SAR for U-NII band 2A is
≤ 1.2 W/kg, SAR is not required for U-NII band 1
> 1.2 W/kg, both bands should be tested independently for SAR.
Wi-Fi Direct is supported in U-NII Band 1. Therefore, Wi-Fi Direct was tested separately for SAR for U-NII Band 1.
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Wi-Fi 5 GHz Measured Results (continued)
Band
Mode
Data Rate
802.11a
6 Mbps
802.11n
(HT20)
6.5 Mbps
802.11ac
(VHT20)
6.5 Mbps
UNII-2C
5.5 GHz
802.11n
(HT40)
802.11ac
(VHT40)
802.11ac
(VHT80)
Band
13.5 Mbps
13.5 Mbps
29.3 Mbps
Mode
Data Rate
802.11a
6 Mbps
802.11n
(HT20)
UNII-3
5.8 GHz
6.5 Mbps
802.11ac
(VHT20)
6.5 Mbps
802.11n
(HT40)
13.5 Mbps
802.11ac
(VHT40)
13.5 Mbps
802.11ac
(VHT80)
29.3 Mbps
MAX Average Pow er (dBm )
Ch #
Freq.
(MHz)
Meas Pw r
Tune-up
100
5500
15.50
16.50
116
5580
15.40
16.50
124
5620
15.60
16.50
15.90
144
5720
100
5500
116
5580
124
5620
144
5720
16.50
100
5500
16.50
116
5580
124
5620
144
5720
16.50
102
5510
15.00
118
5590
126
5630
142
5710
15.00
102
5510
15.00
118
5590
126
5630
142
5710
15.00
106
5530
14.00
122
5610
138
5690
Ch #
Freq.
(MHz)
Meas Pw r
Tune-up
149
5745
15.50
16.50
157
5785
15.70
16.50
165
5825
15.50
16.50
149
5745
157
5785
165
5825
149
5745
157
5785
165
5825
151
5755
159
5795
151
5755
159
5795
155
5775
Not
Required
Not
Required
Not
Required
Not
Required
Not
Required
Meas Pw r
Yes
Not
Required
11.00
16.50
11.00
11.00
16.50
16.50
16.50
16.50
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
14.00
No
No
Not
Required
15.00
Not
Required
15.00
15.00
15.00
14.00
11.00
No
11.00
11.00
No
11.00
11.00
No
Not
Required
11.00
11.00
No
11.00
11.00
No
Not
Required
11.00
11.00
No
11.00
No
10.50
11.00
10.00
11.00
10.00
11.00
Yes
Reduced Average Pow er (dBm )
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
Meas Pw r
Yes
Not
Required
Tune-up
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
11.00
11.00
No
11.00
No
Not
Required
11.00
11.00
No
11.00
No
Not
Required
16.50
Not
Required
11.00
No
11.00
16.50
16.50
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
11.00
16.50
16.50
Not
Required
16.50
Not
Required
11.00
16.50
MAX Average Pow er (dBm )
Not
Required
Tune-up
11.00
14.00
Not
Required
Reduced Average Pow er (dBm )
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
11.00
11.00
No
11.00
No
Not
Required
11.00
No
Not
Required
11.00
No
10.20
11.00
11.00
11.00
No
No
Yes
Note(s):
1.
2.
For “Not required”, SAR Test reduction was applied in accordance with KDB 248227 §2.1, b), 1). When the same maximum power is specified
for multiple transmission modes in a frequency band, the largest channel bandwidth, lowest order modulation, lowest data rate and lowest
order 802.11a/g/n/ac mode is used for SAR measurement, on the highest measured output power channel in the initial test configuration, for
each frequency band. Additional output power measurements were not deemed necessary.
When the same transmission mode configurations have the same maximum output power on the same channel for the 802.11 a/g/n/ac
modes, the channel in the lower order/sequence 802.11 mode (i.e. a, g, n then ac) is selected.
Duty Factor Measured Results
Mode
Type
802.11a
802.11ac
6 Mbps
VHT80
T on
(ms)
1.428
0.3317
Period
(ms)
1.453
0.3558
Duty Cycle
98.28%
93.23%
Crest Factor
(1/duty cycle)
1.02
1.07
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Duty Cycle plots
802.11a 6 Mbps
802.11ac VHT80
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Bluetooth
Bluetooth Measured Results
Band
Chain 0 Average Pow er (dBm )
Mode
Ch #
Freq.
(MHz)
Meas Pw r
Tune-up
2402
8.30
10.00
GFSK
39
2441
8.80
10.00
78
2480
7.80
10.00
2402
7.00
10.00
39
2441
7.50
10.00
78
2480
6.70
10.00
2402
7.00
10.00
39
2441
7.50
10.00
78
2480
6.70
10.00
2402
4.70
5.00
19
2440
4.80
5.00
39
2480
4.70
5.00
EDR,
π /4 DQPSK
2.4
EDR,
8-DPSK
LE,
GFSK
SAR Test
(Yes/No)
Yes
No
No
No
Note(s):
Body-worn and BT Tethering Mode qualify for SAR Test Exclusion. Refer to §10.10.
Duty Factor Measured Results
Mode
Type
GFSK
DH5
T on
(ms)
2.88
Period
(ms)
3.751
Duty Cycle
76.78%
Crest Factor
(1/duty cycle)
1.30
Duty Cycle plot
GFSK
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Measured and Reported (Scaled) SAR Results
SAR Test Reduction criteria are as follows:
•
•
•
Reported SAR(W/kg) for WWAN = Measured SAR *Tune-up Scaling Factor
Reported SAR(W/kg) for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth = Measured SAR * Tune-up scaling factor * Duty Cycle scaling factor
Duty Cycle scaling factor = 1 / Duty cycle (%)
KDB 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance:
Testing of other required channels within the operating mode of a frequency band is not required when the reported 1-g or 10-g
SAR for the mid-band or highest output power channel is:
•
≤ 0.8 W/kg or 2.0 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g respectively, when the transmission band is ≤ 100 MHz
•
≤ 0.6 W/kg or 1.5 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g respectively, when the transmission band is between 100 MHz and 200 MHz
•
≤ 0.4 W/kg or 1.0 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g respectively, when the transmission band is ≥ 200 MHz
KDB 648474 D04 Handset SAR:
With headset attached, when the reported SAR for 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.
KDB 648474 D04 Handset SAR (Phablet Only):
When hotspot mode does not apply, 10-g Extremity SAR is required for all surfaces and edges with an antenna located at ≤ 25
mm from that surface or edge in direct contact with a flat phantom, to address interactive hand use exposure conditions.
When hotspot mode applies, 10-g extremity SAR is required only for the surfaces and edges with hotspot mode 1-g reported SAR
> 1.2 W/kg .
Per TCB workshop April 2016; Page 22, RF Exposure Procedures (Phablet Procedures): phablet 10-g SAR should not be identified
as hand or extremity SAR; this should be reported as product specific 10-g SAR in reports and grants.
KDB 941225 D01 SAR test for 3G devices:
When the maximum output power and tune-up tolerance specified for production units in a secondary mode is ≤ ¼ dB higher than
the primary mode or when the highest reported SAR of the primary mode is scaled by the ratio of specified maximum output power
and tune-up tolerance of secondary to primary mode and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg, SAR measurement is not required for
the secondary mode.
KDB 941225 D05 SAR for LTE Devices:
SAR test reduction is applied using the following criteria:
•
Start with the largest channel bandwidth and measure SAR for QPSK with 1 RB, and 50% RB allocation, using the RB offset
and required test channel combination with the highest maximum output power among RB offsets at the upper edge, middle
and lower edge of each required test channel.
•
When the reported SAR is > 0.8 W/kg, testing for other Channels is performed at the highest output power level for 1RB, and
50% RB configuration for that channel.
•
Testing for 100% RB configuration is performed at the highest output power level for 100% RB configuration across the Low,
Mid and High Channel when the highest reported SAR for 1 RB and 50% RB are > 0.8 W/kg. Testing for the remaining
required channels is not needed because the reported SAR for 100% RB Allocation < 1.45 W/kg.
•
Testing for 16-QAM modulation is not required because the reported SAR for QPSK is < 1.45 W/Kg and its output power is
not more than 0.5 dB higher than that of QPSK.
•
Testing for the other channel bandwidths is not required because the reported SAR for the highest channel bandwidth is <
1.45 W/Kg and its output power is not more than 0.5 dB higher than that of the highest channel bandwidth.
•
For LTE bands that do not support at least three non-overlapping channels in certain channel bandwidths, test the available
non-overlapping channels instead. When a device supports overlapping channel assignment in a channel bandwidth
configuration, the middle channel of the group of overlapping channels should be selected for testing; therefore, the
requirement for H, M and L channels may not fully apply.
KDB 248227 D01 SAR meas for 802.11:
SAR test reduction for 802.11 Wi-Fi transmission mode configurations are considered separately for DSSS and OFDM. An initial
test position is determined to reduce the number of tests required for certain exposure configurations with multiple test positions.
An initial test configuration is determined for each frequency band and aggregated band according to maximum output power,
channel bandwidth, wireless mode configurations and other operating parameters to streamline the measurement requirements.
For 2.4 GHz DSSS, either the initial test position or DSSS procedure is applied to reduce the number of SAR tests; these are
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mutually exclusive. For OFDM, an initial test position is only applicable to next to the ear, UMPC mini-tablet and hotspot mode
configurations, which is tested using the initial test configuration to facilitate test reduction. For other exposure conditions with a
fixed test position, SAR test reduction is determined using only the initial test configuration.
The multiple test positions require SAR measurements in head, hotspot mode or UMPC mini-tablet configurations may be
reduced according to the highest reported SAR determined using the initial test position(s) by applying the DSSS or OFDM SAR
measurement procedures in the required wireless mode test configuration(s). The initial test position(s) is measured using the
highest measured maximum output power channel in the required wireless mode test configuration(s). Initial Test Position SAR
Test Reduction Procedure is outlined in KDB 248227 D01 §5.1.1. To determine the initial test position, Area Scans were performed
to determine the position with the Maximum Value of SAR (measured). The position that produced the highest Maximum Value
of SAR is considered the worst case position; thus used as the initial test position.
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10.1. GSM850
RF Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Head
GPRS
2 Slots
Body-worn
GPRS
2 Slots
Power
Back-off
Dist.
(mm)
OFF
OFF
15
GPRS
2 Slots
OFF
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
32.0
30.4
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Ch #.
Left Touch
190
836.6
0.142
0.207
Left Tilt
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.100
0.146
Right Touch
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.199
0.290
Right Tilt
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.100
0.146
Rear
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.267
0.389
Front
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.151
0.220
128
826.4
32.0
30.3
0.481
0.718
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.628
0.914
251
846.6
32.0
30.4
0.724
1.049
Front
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.220
0.320
Edge 3
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.293
0.426
Edge 4
190
836.6
32.0
30.4
0.046
0.067
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Left Touch
661
Left Tilt
661
Right Touch
Right Tilt
Rear
Hotspot
Freq.
(MHz)
Test Position
10
Meas.
Plot
No.
Scaled
10.2. GSM1900
RF Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Head
GPRS
2 Slots
Body-worn
Hotspot
GPRS
2 Slots
GPRS
2 Slots
Power
Back-off
Dist.
(mm)
OFF
OFF
15
OFF
10
Power (dBm)
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Tune-up
limit
Meas.
Meas.
Scaled
Plot
No.
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.052
0.073
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.015
0.021
661
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.028
0.039
661
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.017
0.024
Rear
661
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.064
0.090
Front
661
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.055
0.077
Rear
661
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.145
0.203
Front
661
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.129
0.181
Edge 3
661
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.060
0.084
Edge 4
661
1880.0
28.5
27.0
0.059
0.083
10.3. W-CDMA Band II
RF Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Head
Rel. 99
RMC
12.2 kbps
Body-worn
Hotspot
Rel. 99
RMC
12.2 kbps
Rel. 99
RMC
12.2 kbps
Power
Back-off
OFF
OFF
OFF
Dist.
(mm)
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Left Touch
9400
Left Tilt
Right Touch
Power (dBm)
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Tune-up
limit
Meas.
Meas.
Scaled
Plot
No.
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.122
0.150
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.034
0.042
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.062
0.076
Right Tilt
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.038
0.047
Rear
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.125
0.154
15
Front
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.107
0.132
Rear
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.286
0.353
Front
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.238
0.293
Edge 3
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.139
0.171
Edge 4
9400
1880.0
24.5
23.6
0.117
0.144
10
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10.4. W-CDMA Band V
RF Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Head
Rel. 99
RMC
12.2 kbps
Power
Back-off
OFF
Rel. 99
RMC
12.2 kbps
Body-worn
OFF
Rel. 99
RMC
12.2 kbps
Hotspot
Dist.
(mm)
15
OFF
10
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
25.0
24.4
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Meas.
Scaled
Left Touch
4183
836.6
0.123
0.143
Left Tilt
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.090
0.105
Right Touch
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.167
0.194
Right Tilt
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.091
0.106
Rear
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.215
0.250
Front
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.129
0.150
Rear
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.507
0.589
Front
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.181
0.210
Edge 3
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.223
0.259
Edge 4
4183
836.6
25.0
24.4
0.049
0.057
Plot
No.
10
11
12
10.5. LTE Band 5 (10MHz Bandwidth)
RF Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Dist.
Power
Back-off (mm)
Test
Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Left Touch
20525
836.5
Left Tilt
Head
QPSK
OFF
Right Tilt
Rear
QPSK
OFF
Rear
Front
QPSK
OFF
20525
20525
20525
836.5
836.5
836.5
15
Front
Hotspot
836.5
Right Touch
Body-worn
20525
20525
20525
20525
836.5
836.5
836.5
10
Edge 3
Edge 4
20525
20525
836.5
836.5
RB
Allocation
RB
offset
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
25.0
24.3
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Meas.
Scaled
0.134
0.157
25
24.0
23.2
0.099
0.118
25.0
24.3
0.083
0.098
25
24.0
23.2
0.061
0.073
25.0
24.3
0.173
0.203
25
24.0
23.2
0.132
0.158
25.0
24.3
0.085
0.100
25
24.0
23.2
0.064
0.076
25.0
24.3
0.192
0.226
25
24.0
23.2
0.155
0.185
25.0
24.3
0.153
0.180
25
24.0
23.2
0.117
0.140
25.0
24.3
0.455
0.535
25
24.0
23.2
0.366
0.437
25.0
24.3
0.178
0.209
25
24.0
23.2
0.139
0.166
25.0
24.3
0.208
0.244
25
24.0
23.2
0.165
0.197
25.0
24.3
0.061
0.072
25
24.0
23.2
0.036
0.043
Plot
No.
13
14
15
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10.6. LTE Band 41 (20MHz Bandwidth)
RF Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Dist.
Power
Back-off (mm)
Test
Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Left Touch
40620
2593.0
Left Tilt
Head
QPSK
OFF
40620
40620
Right Tilt
40620
Rear
QPSK
40620
40620
Rear
40620
Front
QPSK
2593.0
2593.0
2593.0
2593.0
15
OFF
Front
Hotspot
RB
offset
Right Touch
Body-worn
RB
Allocation
OFF
40620
2593.0
2593.0
2593.0
10
Edge 2
40620
Edge 3
40620
2593.0
2593.0
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
23.6
24.5
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Meas.
Scaled
99
0.214
0.263
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.160
0.198
99
24.5
23.6
0.173
0.212
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.126
0.156
99
24.5
23.6
0.404
0.496
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.304
0.376
99
24.5
23.6
0.133
0.163
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.097
0.120
99
24.5
23.6
0.248
0.305
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.194
0.240
99
24.5
23.6
0.262
0.322
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.198
0.245
99
24.5
23.6
0.466
0.572
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.361
0.447
99
24.5
23.6
0.504
0.619
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.388
0.480
99
24.5
23.6
0.409
0.502
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.315
0.390
99
24.5
23.6
0.130
0.160
50
50
23.5
22.6
0.102
0.126
Plot
No.
16
17
18
10.7. Wi-Fi (DTS Band)
When the 802.11b reported SAR of the highest measured maximum output power channel is ≤ 0.8 W/kg, no further SAR testing
is required. If SAR is > 0.8 W/kg and ≤ 1.2 W/kg, SAR is required for the next highest measured output power channel. Finally, if
SAR is > 1.2 W/kg, SAR is required for the third channel.
SAR testing is not required for OFDM mode(s) when the highest reported SAR for DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to
DSSS specified maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg.
RF
Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Head
802.11b
1 Mbps
Body-worn
Hotspot &
Wi-Fi Direct
802.11b
1 Mbps
802.11b
1 Mbps
Power
Back-off
Dist.
(mm)
ON
OFF
OFF
Area Scan
Duty Cycle Max. SAR
(W/kg)
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
13.0
12.5
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Left Touch
2412.0
99.66%
0.197
Left Tilt
2412.0
99.66%
0.216
13.0
12.5
Right Touch
2412.0
99.66%
0.322
13.0
12.5
Right Tilt
2412.0
99.66%
0.435
13.0
12.5
0.251
0.283
19
Rear
10
2457.0
99.66%
0.348
19.0
18.9
0.239
0.245
20
Front
10
2457.0
99.66%
0.276
19.0
18.9
Rear
10
2457.0
99.66%
0.718
19.0
18.9
0.528
0.542
21
Front
10
2457.0
99.66%
0.520
19.0
18.9
0.377
0.387
Edge 1
10
2457.0
99.66%
0.498
19.0
18.9
Edge 4
10
2457.0
99.66%
0.123
19.0
18.9
15
10
Meas.
Scaled
Plot
No.
Adjusted SAR for OFDM Modes:
Power
Back-off
802.11b Max. Power
802.11g Max. Power
802.11n HT20 Max.
Power
Highest Reported SAR Adjusted SAR for
for 802.11b
802.11g
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
Adjusted SAR for
802.11n HT20
(W/kg)
dBm
mW
dBm
mW
dBm
mW
ON
13.0
20
13.0
20
13.0
20
0.283
0.283
0.283
OFF
19.0
79
17.0
50
17.0
50
0.542
0.342
0.342
Note(s):
Adjusted SAR for OFDM modes is < 1.2 W/kg, therefore SAR testing is not required for OFDM modes.
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10.8. Wi-Fi (U-NII Band)
UNII-1 &2A
When the specified maximum output power is the same for both UNII band I and UNII band 2A, begin SAR measurement in UNII
band 2A; and if the highest reported SAR for UNII band 2A is
≤ 1.2 or 3 W/kg (1g and 10g respectively), SAR is not required for UNII band I
> 1.2 or 3 W/kg (1g and 10g respectively), both bands should be tested independently for SAR.
RF
Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Wi-Fi Direct
802.11a
6 Mbps
Power
Back-off
OFF
Dist.
(mm)
10
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Area Scan
Duty Cycle Max. SAR
(W/kg)
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
16.0
16.5
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Meas.
Scaled
0.381
0.435
Rear
44
5220.0
98.28%
0.722
Front
44
5220.0
98.28%
0.691
16.5
16.0
0.335
0.382
Edge 1
44
5220.0
98.28%
1.250
16.5
16.0
0.559
0.638
Edge 4
44
5220.0
98.28%
0.102
16.5
16.0
Plot
No.
22
Note(s):
Wi-Fi Direct is supported in U-NII Band 1, therefore it was evaluated separately.
RF
Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Power
Back-off
Dist.
(mm)
Head
802.11ac
VHT80
ON
802.11a
6 Mbps
OFF
RF
Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Power
Back-off
Product
Specific 10g
802.11a
6 Mbps
Body-worn
OFF
15
Dist.
(mm)
Area Scan
Duty Cycle Max. SAR
(W/kg)
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
11.0
10.0
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Left Touch
58
5290.0
93.23%
0.755
Left Tilt
58
5290.0
93.23%
0.876
11.0
10.0
Right Touch
58
5290.0
93.23%
0.875
11.0
10.0
Right Tilt
58
5290.0
93.23%
0.996
11.0
Rear
64
5320.0
98.28%
0.570
16.5
Front
64
5320.0
98.28%
0.465
16.5
15.4
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Area Scan
Duty Cycle Max. SAR
(W/kg)
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Plot
No.
Meas.
Scaled
0.412
0.556
10.0
0.461
0.623
23
15.4
0.280
0.367
24
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
16.5
15.4
Rear
64
5320.0
98.28%
10.400
Front
64
5320.0
98.28%
6.390
16.5
15.4
Edge 1
64
5320.0
98.28%
8.750
16.5
15.4
Edge 4
64
5320.0
98.28%
0.498
16.5
15.4
10-g SAR (W/kg)
Meas.
Scaled
Plot
No.
0.940
1.232
25
0.842
1.104
Note(s):
1.
2.
For Head and Body-worn RF Exposure Conditions, The Highest Reported 1-g SAR for U-NII 2A mode is < 1.2 W/kg, therefore SAR testing
is not required for U-NII 1 mode.
For Product Specific 10g RF Exposure Condition, The Highest Reported 10-g SAR for U-NII 2A mode is < 3.0 W/kg, therefor SAR testing is
not required for U-NII 1 mode.
U-NII 2C
RF
Exposure
Conditions
Head
Mode
802.11ac
VHT80
Power
Back-off
ON
Dist.
(mm)
802.11a
6 Mbps
OFF
RF
Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Power
Back-off
Dist.
(mm)
Product
Specific 10g
802.11a
6 Mbps
OFF
Body-worn
15
Area Scan
Duty Cycle Max. SAR
(W/kg)
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
11.0
10.5
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Left Touch
106
5530.0
93.23%
1.260
106
5530.0
93.23%
1.510
11.0
122
5610.0
93.23%
1.090
11.0
Right Touch
106
5530.0
93.23%
1.120
11.0
10.5
Right Tilt
106
5530.0
93.23%
1.340
11.0
Rear
144
5720.0
98.28%
0.570
16.5
Front
144
5720.0
98.28%
0.435
16.5
15.9
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Left Tilt
Area Scan
Duty Cycle Max. SAR
(W/kg)
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Meas.
Scaled
Plot
No.
10.5
0.694
0.835
26
10.0
0.468
0.632
10.5
0.619
0.745
15.9
0.259
0.303
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
16.5
15.9
Rear
144
5720.0
98.28%
9.680
Front
144
5720.0
98.28%
2.770
16.5
15.9
Edge 1
144
5720.0
98.28%
5.930
16.5
15.9
Edge 4
144
5720.0
98.28%
0.247
16.5
15.9
10-g SAR (W/kg)
27
Meas.
Scaled
Plot
No.
0.787
0.919
28
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U-NII 3
RF
Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Head
802.11ac
VHT80
Body-worn
Hotspot &
Wi-Fi Direct
802.11a
6 Mbps
802.11a
6 Mbps
Power
Back-off
Dist.
(mm)
ON
OFF
OFF
Test Position
Area Scan
Duty Cycle Max. SAR
(W/kg)
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
11.0
10.2
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Meas.
Scaled
0.464
Plot
No.
Left Touch
155
5775
93.23%
0.832
Left Tilt
155
5775
93.23%
0.866
11.0
10.2
Right Touch
155
5775
93.23%
0.898
11.0
10.2
0.360
Right Tilt
155
5775
93.23%
1.010
11.0
10.2
0.395
0.509
29
Rear
157
5785
98.28%
0.577
16.5
15.7
0.276
0.338
30
0.661
15
10
Front
157
5785
98.28%
0.444
16.5
15.7
Rear
157
5785
98.28%
1.360
16.5
15.7
0.540
Front
157
5785
98.28%
0.605
16.5
15.7
0.354
0.433
157
5785
98.28%
1.570
16.5
15.7
0.655
0.801
165
5825
98.28%
1.890
16.5
15.5
0.862
1.104
157
5785
98.28%
0.116
16.5
15.7
Edge 1
Edge 4
10.9.
Freq.
(MHz)
Ch #.
31
Bluetooth
RF
Exposure
Conditions
Mode
Head
GFSK
DH5
Power
Back-off
OFF
Dist.
(mm)
Power (dBm)
Tune-up
Meas.
limit
10.0
8.3
Test Position
Ch #.
Freq.
(MHz)
Duty Cycle
Left Touch
39
2441
76.78%
Left Tilt
39
2441
76.78%
10.0
8.3
Right Touch
39
2441
76.78%
10.0
Right Tilt
39
2441
76.78%
10.0
1-g SAR (W/kg)
Meas.
Scaled
<0.10
<0.10
<0.10
<0.10
8.3
<0.10
<0.10
8.3
<0.10
<0.10
Plot
No.
32
Note(s):
Body-worn and BT Tethering Mode qualify for SAR Test Exclusion. Refer to §10.10.
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10.10. Standalone SAR Test Exclusion Considerations & Estimated SAR
The 1-g and 10-g SAR test exclusion thresholds for 100 MHz to 6 GHz at test separation distances
≤ 50 mm are determined by:
[(max. power of channel, including tune-up tolerance, mW) / (min. test separation distance, mm)]·[√f(GHz)] ≤ 3.0, for 1-g SAR and
≤ 7.5 for 10-g extremity SAR, where
•
f (GHz) is the RF channel transmit frequency in GHz
•
Power and distance are rounded to the nearest mW and mm before calculation
•
The result is rounded to one decimal place for comparison
The test exclusions are applicable only when the minimum test separation distance is ≤ 50 mm and for transmission
frequencies between 100 MHz and 6 GHz. When the minimum test separation distance is < 5 mm, a distance of 5
mm is applied to determine SAR test exclusion.
When the standalone SAR test exclusion is applied to an antenna that transmits simultaneously with other antennas,
the standalone SAR must be estimated according to following to determine simultaneous transmission SAR test
exclusion:
•
•
(max. power of channel, including tune-up tolerance, mW) / (min. test separation distance, mm)]·[√f(GHz)/x] W/kg for test
separation distances ≤ 50 mm;
where x = 7.5 for 1-g SAR, and x = 18.75 for 10-g SAR.
0.4 W/kg for 1-g SAR and 1.0 W/kg for 10-g SAR, when the test separation distances is > 50 mm.
Body-worn and BT Tethering:
RF Air
interface
RF Exposure
Conditions
Bluetooth
Body-w orn
Bluetooth
Tethering
Max. tune-up tolerance
Pow er
(dBm)
(mW)
Min. test
separation
distance (mm)
2.480
10.0
10
15
1.0
0.140
2.480
10.0
10
10
1.6
0.210
Frequency
(GHz)
SAR test
exclusion
Result*
Estimated
1-g SAR
(W/kg)
Conclusion:
*: The computed value is ≤ 3; therefore, this qualifies for Standalone SAR test exclusion.
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SAR Measurement Variability
In accordance with published RF Exposure KDB 865664 D01 SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz. These
additional measurements are repeated after the completion of all measurements requiring the same head or body
tissue-equivalent medium in a frequency band. The test device should be returned to ambient conditions (normal
room temperature) with the battery fully charged before it is re-mounted on the device holder for the repeated
measurement(s) to minimize any unexpected variations in the repeated results.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Repeated measurement is not required when the original highest measured SAR is <0.8 or 2 W/kg (1-g or 10-g respectively);
steps 2) through 4) do not apply.
When the original highest measured SAR is ≥ 0.8 or 2 W/kg (1-g or 10-g respectively), repeat that measurement once.
Perform a second repeated measurement only if the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original and first repeated
measurements is > 1.20 or when the original or repeated measurement is ≥ 1.45 or 3.6 W/kg (~ 10% from the 1-g or 10-g
respective SAR limit).
Perform a third repeated measurement only if the original, first, or second repeated measurement is ≥ 1.5 or 3.75 W/kg (1-g
or 10-g respectively) and the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original, first and second repeated measurements is >
1.20.
Frequency
Band
(MHz)
Test Position
Repeated
SAR
(Yes/No)
Highest
Measured
SAR (W/kg)
Air Interface
RF Exposure Conditions
GSM 850
850
LTE Band 5
Hotspot
Rear
No
Hotspot
Rear
No
WCDMA Band V
Hotspot
Rear
GSM 1900
Hotspot
WCDMA Band II
Wi-Fi 802.11b
First
Repeated
Measured
SAR
(W/kg)
Largest to
Smallest
SAR Ratio
0.724
N/A
N/A
0.455
N/A
N/A
No
0.507
N/A
N/A
Rear
No
0.145
N/A
N/A
Hotspot
Rear
No
0.286
N/A
N/A
Hotspot & Wi-Fi Direct
Rear
No
0.528
N/A
N/A
1900
2400
BT
Head
Left Tilt
No
<0.001
N/A
N/A
LTE Band 41
Hotspot
Front
No
0.504
N/A
N/A
5200
Wi-Fi 802.11a
Wi-Fi Direct
Rear
No
0.559
N/A
N/A
5300
Wi-Fi 802.11ac
Head
Right Tilt
No
0.461
N/A
N/A
5500
Wi-Fi 802.11ac
Head
Left Tilt
No
0.694
N/A
N/A
5800
Wi-Fi 802.11ac
Hotspot & Wi-Fi Direct
Edge 1
Yes
0.862
0.856
1.01
2600
Note(s):
Second Repeated Measurement is not required since the ratio of the largest to smallest SAR for the original and first repeated measurement is <
1.20.
Product Specific 10g SAR:
Frequency
Band
(MHz)
Air Interface
RF Exposure Conditions
5300
Wi-Fi 802.11a
Product Specific 10g
Rear
No
0.940
5500
Wi-Fi 802.11a
Product Specific 10g
Edge 1
No
0.787
Test Position
Repeated
SAR
(Yes/No)
Highest
Measured
SAR (W/kg)
Note(s):
Repeated Measurement is not required since measured SAR is < 2.0 W/kg.
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Simultaneous Transmission Conditions
12.1. Simultaneous transmission SAR test exclusion considerations
KDB 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance provides two procedures for determining simultaneous
transmission SAR test exclusion: Sum of SAR and SAR to Peak Location Ratio (SPLSR)
12.1.1.
Sum of SAR
To qualify for simultaneous transmission SAR test exclusion based upon Sum of SAR the sum of the reported
standalone SARs for all simultaneously transmitting antennas shall be below the applicable standalone SAR limit. If
the sum of the SARs is above the applicable limit then simultaneous transmission SAR test exclusion may still apply
if the requirements of the SAR to Peak Location Ratio (SPLSR) evaluation are met.
12.1.2.
SAR to Peak Location Ratio (SPLSR)
KDB 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance explains how to calculate the SAR to Peak Location Ratio (SPLSR)
between pairs of simultaneously transmitting antennas:
SPLSR = (SAR 1 + SAR 2 )1.5 /Ri
Where:
SAR 1 is the highest reported or estimated SAR for the first of a pair of simultaneous transmitting antennas, in a
specific test operating mode and exposure condition
SAR 2 is the highest reported or estimated SAR for the second of a pair of simultaneous transmitting antennas, in the
same test operating mode and exposure condition as the first
Ri is the separation distance between the pair of simultaneous transmitting antennas. When the SAR is measured,
for both antennas in the pair, it is determined by the actual x, y and z coordinates in the 1-g SAR for each SAR peak
location, based on the extrapolated and interpolated result in the zoom scan measurement, using the formula of
[(x 1 -x 2 )2 + (y 1 -y 2 )2 + (z 1 -z 2 )2]
In order for a pair of simultaneous transmitting antennas with the sum of 1-g SAR > 1.6 W/kg to qualify for exemption
from Simultaneous Transmission SAR measurements, it has to satisfy the condition of:
(SAR 1 + SAR 2 )1.5 /Ri ≤ 0.04
When an individual antenna transmits at on two bands simultaneously, the sum of the highest reported SAR for the
frequency bands should be used to determine SAR 1 .or SAR 2 . When SPLSR is necessary, the smallest distance
between the peak SAR locations for the antenna pair with respect to the peaks from each antenna should be used.
The antennas in all antenna pairs that do not qualify for simultaneous transmission SAR test exclusion must be tested
for SAR compliance, according to the enlarged zoom scan and volume scan post-processing procedures in KDB
Publication 865664 D01
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12.2. Sum of the SAR for GSM850 & Wi-Fi & BT
RF Exposure
conditions
Head
Body-worn
Hotspot, Wi-Fi
Direct, & BT
Tethering
∑ 1-g SAR (W/kg)
Standalone SAR (W/kg)
Test Position
WWAN
DTS
U-NII
BT
①
0.207
0.146
0.290
0.146
0.389
0.220
1.049
0.320
②
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.245
0.245
0.542
0.387
0.387
③
0.745
0.835
0.464
0.745
0.367
0.367
0.661
0.433
1.104
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.140
0.140
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.387
0.433
0.210
Left Touch
Left Tilt
Right Touch
Right Tilt
Rear
Front
Rear
Front
Edge 1
Edge 2
Edge 3
Edge 4
0.426
0.067
WWAN + DTS
WWAN + U-NII WWAN + BT
0.489
0.428
0.572
0.428
0.634
0.465
1.591
0.707
0.952
0.981
0.754
0.891
0.755
0.587
1.710
0.753
0.307
0.246
0.390
0.246
0.529
0.360
1.259
0.530
0.210
0.454
0.500
0.277
SAR to Peak Location Separation Ratio (SPLSR)
Test Position
Rear
Mode
GSM 850
U-NII (5.8GHz)
Standalone SAR
(W/kg)
WWAN
U-NII
1.049
0.661
①
③
∑ 1-g SAR
(W/kg)
1.710
Calculated
distance
(mm)
SPLSR
(≤ 0.04)
Volume
Scan
(Yes/ No)
155.2
0.01
No
Peak SAR
W/kg
1.06
0.0135
-0.084
-0.177
1.33
0.005
0.071
-0.175
d: Calculated distance
(mm)
①+③
155.2
The Peak Location Separation Distance is computed by using the
SQRT((X1-X2)^2+(Y1-Y2)^2+(Z1-Z2)^2)
Conclusion:
Simultaneous transmission SAR measurement (Volume Scan) is not required because either the sum of the 1-g SAR is < 1.6
W/kg or the SPLSR is ≤ 0.04 for all circumstances that require SPLSR calculation.
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12.3. Sum of the SAR for GSM1900 & Wi-Fi & BT
RF Exposure
conditions
Head
Body-worn
Hotspot, Wi-Fi
Direct, & BT
Tethering
∑ 1-g SAR (W/kg)
Standalone SAR (W/kg)
Test Position
Left Touch
Left Tilt
Right Touch
Right Tilt
Rear
Front
Rear
Front
Edge 1
Edge 2
Edge 3
Edge 4
WWAN
DTS
U-NII
BT
①
0.073
0.021
0.039
0.024
0.090
0.077
0.203
0.181
②
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.245
0.245
0.542
0.387
0.387
③
0.745
0.835
0.464
0.745
0.367
0.367
0.661
0.433
1.104
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.140
0.140
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.387
0.433
0.210
0.084
0.083
WWAN + DTS
WWAN + U-NII WWAN + BT
0.356
0.304
0.322
0.306
0.335
0.323
0.746
0.568
0.818
0.856
0.503
0.769
0.457
0.444
0.864
0.614
0.173
0.121
0.139
0.124
0.230
0.217
0.413
0.391
0.210
0.470
0.516
0.293
Conclusion:
Simultaneous transmission SAR measurement (Volume Scan) is not required because the sum of the 10-g SAR is < 4.0 W/kg.
12.4. Sum of the SAR for WCDMA Band II & Wi-Fi & BT
RF Exposure
conditions
Head
Body-worn
Hotspot, Wi-Fi
Direct, & BT
Tethering
∑ 1-g SAR (W/kg)
Standalone SAR (W/kg)
Test Position
Left Touch
Left Tilt
Right Touch
Right Tilt
Rear
Front
Rear
Front
Edge 1
Edge 2
Edge 3
Edge 4
WWAN
DTS
U-NII
①
0.150
0.042
0.076
0.047
0.154
0.132
0.353
0.293
②
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.245
0.245
0.542
0.387
0.387
③
0.745
0.835
0.464
0.745
0.367
0.367
0.661
0.433
1.104
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.140
0.140
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.387
0.433
0.210
0.171
0.144
BT
WWAN + DTS
WWAN + U-NII WWAN + BT
0.433
0.325
0.359
0.329
0.400
0.377
0.895
0.680
0.895
0.877
0.540
0.792
0.521
0.499
1.014
0.726
0.250
0.142
0.176
0.147
0.294
0.272
0.563
0.503
0.210
0.531
0.577
0.354
Conclusion:
Simultaneous transmission SAR measurement (Volume Scan) is not required because either the sum of the 1-g SAR is < 1.6
W/kg or the SPLSR is ≤ 0.04 for all circumstances that require SPLSR calculation.
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12.5. Sum of the SAR for WCDMA Band V & Wi-Fi & BT
RF Exposure
conditions
Head
Body-worn
Hotspot, Wi-Fi
Direct, & BT
Tethering
∑ 1-g SAR (W/kg)
Standalone SAR (W/kg)
Test Position
Left Touch
Left Tilt
Right Touch
Right Tilt
Rear
Front
Rear
Front
Edge 1
Edge 2
Edge 3
Edge 4
WWAN
DTS
U-NII
BT
①
0.143
0.105
0.194
0.106
0.250
0.150
0.589
0.210
②
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.245
0.245
0.542
0.387
0.387
③
0.745
0.835
0.464
0.745
0.367
0.367
0.661
0.433
1.104
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.140
0.140
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.387
0.433
0.210
0.259
0.057
WWAN + DTS
WWAN + U-NII WWAN + BT
0.425
0.387
0.477
0.388
0.495
0.395
1.131
0.597
0.888
0.940
0.658
0.851
0.616
0.517
1.250
0.643
0.243
0.205
0.294
0.206
0.390
0.290
0.799
0.420
0.210
0.444
0.490
0.267
Conclusion:
Simultaneous transmission SAR measurement (Volume Scan) is not required because either the sum of the 1-g SAR is < 1.6
W/kg or the SPLSR is ≤ 0.04 for all circumstances that require SPLSR calculation.
12.6. Sum of the SAR for LTE Band 5 & Wi-Fi & BT
RF Exposure
conditions
Head
Body-worn
Hotspot, Wi-Fi
Direct, & BT
Tethering
∑ 1-g SAR (W/kg)
Standalone SAR (W/kg)
Test Position
Left Touch
Left Tilt
Right Touch
Right Tilt
Rear
Front
Rear
Front
Edge 1
Edge 2
Edge 3
Edge 4
WWAN
DTS
U-NII
①
0.157
0.098
0.203
0.100
0.226
0.180
0.535
0.209
②
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.245
0.245
0.542
0.387
0.387
③
0.745
0.835
0.464
0.745
0.367
0.367
0.661
0.433
1.104
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.140
0.140
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.387
0.433
0.210
0.244
0.072
BT
WWAN + DTS
WWAN + U-NII WWAN + BT
0.440
0.380
0.486
0.382
0.471
0.425
1.077
0.596
0.902
0.933
0.667
0.845
0.592
0.547
1.196
0.642
0.257
0.198
0.303
0.200
0.366
0.320
0.745
0.419
0.210
0.459
0.505
0.282
Conclusion:
Simultaneous transmission SAR measurement (Volume Scan) is not required because either the sum of the 1-g SAR is < 1.6
W/kg or the SPLSR is ≤ 0.04 for all circumstances that require SPLSR calculation.
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12.7. Sum of the SAR for LTE Band 41 & Wi-Fi & BT
RF Exposure
conditions
Head
Body-worn
Hotspot, Wi-Fi
Direct, & BT
Tethering
∑ 1-g SAR (W/kg)
Standalone SAR (W/kg)
Test Position
Left Touch
Left Tilt
Right Touch
Right Tilt
Rear
Front
Rear
Front
Edge 1
Edge 2
Edge 3
Edge 4
WWAN
DTS
U-NII
BT
①
0.263
0.212
0.496
0.163
0.305
0.322
0.572
0.619
②
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.283
0.245
0.245
0.542
0.387
0.387
③
0.745
0.835
0.464
0.745
0.367
0.367
0.661
0.433
1.104
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.140
0.140
0.210
0.210
0.210
0.387
0.433
0.210
WWAN + DTS
0.545
0.495
0.779
0.446
0.550
0.567
1.114
1.006
WWAN + U-NII WWAN + BT
1.008
1.047
0.960
0.908
0.671
0.688
1.233
1.052
0.363
0.312
0.596
0.263
0.445
0.462
0.782
0.829
0.210
0.502
0.160
Conclusion:
Simultaneous transmission SAR measurement (Volume Scan) is not required because either the sum of the 1-g SAR is < 1.6
W/kg or the SPLSR is ≤ 0.04 for all circumstances that require SPLSR calculation.
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Appendixes
Refer to separated files for the following appendixes.
12440876-S1V1 Appendix A: SAR Setup Photos
12440876-S1V1 Appendix B: SAR System Check Plots
12440876-S1V1 Appendix C: Highest SAR Test Plots
12440876-S1V1 Appendix D: SAR Liquid Tissue Ingredients
12440876-S1V1 Appendix E: SAR Probe Calibration Certificates
12440876-S1V1 Appendix F: SAR Dipole Calibration Certificates
END OF REPORT
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