SMT700 Portable Tablet with WLAN, Bluetooth and ANT+ RF Exposure Info Samsung Electronics Co Ltd

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd Portable Tablet with WLAN, Bluetooth and ANT+

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129, Samsung-ro, Maetan dong, Test Site/Location:
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Gyeonggi-do 443-742, Korea Document Serial No.:
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FCC ID: A3LSMT700
APPLICANT: SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS, CO. LTD.
DUT Type: Portable Tablet
Application Type: Certification
FCC Rule Part(s): CFR §2.1093
Model(s):
Test Device Serial No:
SM-T700
Pre-Production [S/N: 1004-1]
1 gm Body
(W/kg)
DTS 2.4 GHz WLAN 2412 - 2462 MHz 1.06
DTS 5.8 GHz WLAN 5745 - 5825 MHz N/A
DTS Bluetooth LE 2402 - 2480 MHz N/A
NII 5.2 GHz WLAN 5180 - 5240 MHz
NII 5.3 GHz WLAN 5260 - 5320 MHz
NII 5.5 GHz WLAN 5500 - 5700 MHz
DSS Bluetooth 2402 - 2480 MHz
SAR
0.27
Band & Mode Tx Frequency
Equipment
Class
N/A
This wireless portable device has been shown to be capable of compliance for localized specific absorption rate (SAR) for
uncontrolled environment/general population exposure limits specified in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 and has been tested in accordance
with the measurement procedures specified in Section 1.7 of this report; for North American frequency bands only.
I attest to the accuracy of data. All measurements reported herein were performed by me or were made under my supervision and
are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. I assume full responsibility for the completeness of these measurements and
vouch for the qualifications of all persons taking them. Test results reported herein relate only to the item(s) tested.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1DEVICE UNDER TEST ................................................................................................................... 3
2INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................. 6
3DOSIMETRIC ASSESSMENT ........................................................................................................ 7
4SAR TESTING PROCEDURES ...................................................................................................... 8
5RF EXPOSURE LIMITS .................................................................................................................. 9
6FCC MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES ........................................................................................ 10
7RF CONDUCTED POWERS ......................................................................................................... 11
8SYSTEM VERIFICATION .............................................................................................................. 22
9SAR DATA SUMMARY ................................................................................................................. 23
10SAR MEASUREMENT VARIABILITY ........................................................................................... 26
11EQUIPMENT LIST ......................................................................................................................... 27
12MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES ............................................................................................ 28
13CONCLUSION ............................................................................................................................... 29
14REFERENCES .............................................................................................................................. 30
APPENDIX A: SAR TEST PLOTS
APPENDIX B: SAR DIPOLE VERIFICATION PLOTS
APPENDIX C: PROBE AND DIPOLE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES
APPENDIX D:SAR TISSUE SPECIFICATIONS
APPENDIX E:SAR SYSTEM VALIDATION
APPENDIX F:SAR TEST SETUP PHOTOGRAPHS
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1 DEVICE UNDER TEST
1.1 Device Overview
2.4 GHz WLAN Data 2412 - 2462 MHz
5.8 GHz WLAN Data 5745 - 5825 MHz
5.2 GHz WLAN Data 5180 - 5240 MHz
5.3 GHz WLAN Data 5260 - 5320 MHz
5.5 GHz WLAN Data 5500 - 5700 MHz
Bluetooth Data 2402 - 2480 MHz
ANT+ Data 2402 - 2480 MHz
Band & Mode Tx FrequencyOperating Modes
1.2 Nominal and Maximum Output Power Specifications
This device operates using the following maximum and nominal output power specifications. SAR values
were scaled to the maximum allowed power to determine compliance per KDB Publication 447498
D01v05.
abgnacnac
MaximumN/A 12.5 11.5 10.5 N/A 10.5 N/A
NominalN/A 12 11 10 N/A 10 N/A
Maximum8 8877
Nominal7.5 7.5 7.5 6.5 6.5
MaximumN/A 886.56.5
NominalN/A 7.5 7.5 6 6
MaximumN/A N/A 8N/A 6.5
NominalN/A N/A 7.5 N/A 6
Maximum8 8877
Nominal7.5 7.5 7.5 6.5 6.5
MaximumN/A 886.56.5
NominalN/A 7.5 7.5 6 6
MaximumN/A N/A 8N/A 6.5
NominalN/A N/A 7.5 N/A 6
Maximum8 8877
Nominal7.5 7.5 7.5 6.5 6.5
MaximumN/A 8876.5
NominalN/A 7.5 7.5 6.5 6
MaximumN/A N/A 8N/A 6.5
NominalN/A N/A 7.5 N/A 6
Maximum8 8888
Nominal7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5
MaximumN/A 8888
NominalN/A 7.57.57.57.5
MaximumN/A N/A 8N/A 8
NominalN/A N/A 7.5 N/A 7.5
80MHz N/A
N/A
SISOMIMO
Band
Width
20MHz
20MHz N/A
IEEE802.11(indBm)
N/A
N/A
40MHz N/A
80MHz
20MHz
40MHz
20MHz
80MHz
40MHz
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2.4GHzWIFI
Mode/Band
5GHzWIFI
5.2GHz
NII
5.3GHz
NII
5.5‐5.7
GHz
NII
80MHz N/A
N/A
5.8GHz
DTS
20MHz N/A
N/A
40MHz N/A
N/A
Maximum
Nominal
Maximum
Nominal
Bluetooth 10.5
10.0
BluetoothLE 7.0
6.5
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1.3 DUT Antenna Locations
Top
Left
Bottom
2.4GHzWIFI/BT,5GHz
Tx/RxandGPSRxonlyAnt1
125.6 mm
212.8 mm
Right
FrontofDevice
2.4GHzWIFIand5GHz
Tx/RxAnt2
238 mm
Note: Exact antenna dimensions and separation distances are shown in the Technical Descriptions in the
FCC Filing.
Figure 1-1
DUT Antenna Locations
1.4 Simultaneous Transmission Capabilities
This device supports 2x2 MIMO Tx for WLAN 802.11n/ac. Each WLAN antenna can transmit
independently or together when operating with MIMO.
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1.5 SAR Test Exclusions Applied
(A) WIFI/BT
Per FCC KDB 447498 D01v05, the SAR exclusion threshold for distances <50mm is defined by the
following equation:
Based on the maximum allowed power of Bluetooth LE (rounded to the nearest mW) and the antenna
to user separation distance, Bluetooth LE SAR was not required; [(5/5)* 2.440] = 1.6< 3.0. Per KDB
Publication 447498 D01v05, the maximum power of the channel was rounded to the nearest mW
before calculation.
Based on the maximum conducted power of 5GHz WLAN (rounded to the nearest mW) and the
antenna to user separation distance, 5GHz WLAN SAR was not required; [(6/5)* 5.825] = 2.9< 3.0.
Per KDB Publication 447498 D01v05, the maximum power of the channel was rounded to the nearest
mW before calculation.
This device supports IEEE 802.11ac with the following features:
a) Up to 80 MHz Bandwidth only
b) No aggregate channel configurations
c) 2 Tx antenna output
d) 256 QAM is supported
e) No new 5 GHz channels
1.6 Power Reduction for SAR
There is no power reduction used for any band/mode implemented in this device for SAR purposes.
1.7 Guidance Applied
FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01-D02 (SAR Measurements up to 6 GHz)
FCC KDB Publication 248227 D01v01r02 (SAR Considerations for 802.11 Devices)
FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v05 (General SAR Guidance)
FCC KDB Publication 616217 D04 (Tablet SAR Considerations)
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2 INTRODUCTION
The FCC and Industry Canada have adopted the guidelines for evaluating the environmental effects of
radio frequency (RF) radiation in ET Docket 93-62 on Aug. 6, 1996 and Health Canada Safety Code 6 to
protect the public and workers from the potential hazards of RF emissions due to FCC-regulated portable
devices. [1]
The safety limits used for the environmental evaluation measurements are based on the criteria published
by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for localized specific absorption rate (SAR) in
IEEE/ANSI C95.1-1992 Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency
Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz [3] and Health Canada RF Exposure Guidelines Safety Code 6
[22]. The measurement procedure described in IEEE/ANSI C95.3-2002 Recommended Practice for the
Measurement of Potentially Hazardous Electromagnetic Fields - RF and Microwave [4] is used for
guidance in measuring the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) due to the RF radiation exposure from the
Equipment Under Test (EUT). These criteria for SAR evaluation are similar to those recommended by the
International Committee for Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) in Biological Effects and
Exposure Criteria for Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields,” Report No. Vol 74. SAR is a measure of
the rate of energy absorption due to exposure to an RF transmitting source. SAR values have been
related to threshold levels for potential biological hazards.
2.1 SAR Definition
Specific Absorption Rate is defined as the time derivative (rate) of the incremental energy (dU) absorbed
by (dissipated in) an incremental mass (dm) contained in a volume element (dV) of a given density (). It
is also defined as the rate of RF energy absorption per unit mass at a point in an absorbing body (see
Equation 2-1).
Equation 2-1
SAR Mathematical Equation
SAR d
dt
dU
dm
d
dt
dU
dv
SAR is expressed in units of Watts per Kilogram (W/kg).
2
E
SAR
where:
= conductivity of the tissue-simulating material (S/m)
= mass density of the tissue-simulating material (kg/m3)
E = Total RMS electric field strength (V/m)
NOTE: The primary factors that control rate of energy absorption were found to be the wavelength of the incident field in relation to
the dimensions and geometry of the irradiated organism, the orientation of the organism in relation to the polarity of field vectors, the
presence of reflecting surfaces, and whether conductive contact is made by the organism with a ground plane.[6]
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3 DOSIMETRIC ASSESSMENT
3.1 Measurement Procedure
The evaluation was performed using the following procedure compliant to
FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01 and IEEE 1528-2013:
1. The SAR distribution at the exposed side of the head or body was
measured at a distance no greater than 5.0 mm from the inner surface
of the shell. The area covered the entire dimension of the device-head
and body interface and the horizontal grid resolution was determined
per FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01 (See Table 3-1) and IEEE
1528-2013.
2. The point SAR measurement was taken at the maximum SAR region
determined from Step 1 to enable the monitoring of SAR
fluctuations/drifts during the 1g/10g cube evaluation. SAR at this fixed
point was measured and used as a reference value.
3. Based on the area scan data, the peak of the region with maximum SAR
was determined by spline interpolation. Around this point, a volume was assessed according to the
measurement resolution and volume size requirements of FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01 (See
Table 3-1) and IEEE 1528-2013. On the basis of this data set, the spatial peak SAR value was
evaluated with the following procedure (see references or the DASY manual online for more details):
a. SAR values at the inner surface of the phantom are extrapolated from the measured values
along the line away from the surface with spacing no greater than that in Table 3-1. The
extrapolation was based on a least-squares algorithm. A polynomial of the fourth order was
calculated through the points in the z-axis (normal to the phantom shell).
b. After the maximum interpolated values were calculated between the points in the cube, the
SAR was averaged over the spatial volume (1g or 10g) using a 3D-Spline interpolation algorithm.
The 3D-spline is composed of three one-dimensional splines with the “Not a knot” condition (in x,
y, and z directions). The volume was then integrated with the trapezoidal algorithm. One thousand
points (10 x 10 x 10) were obtained through interpolation, in order to calculate the averaged SAR.
c. All neighboring volumes were evaluated until no neighboring volume with a higher average
value was found.
4. The SAR reference value, at the same location as step 2, was re-measured after the zoom scan was
complete to calculate the SAR drift. If the drift deviated by more than 5%, the SAR test and drift
measurements were repeated.
Table 3-1
Area and Zoom Scan Resolutions per FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01*
Uni formGrid
z
zoom
(n) z
zoom
(1)* z
zoom
(n>1)*
≤2GHz ≤15 ≤8≤5≤4≤1.5*z
zoom
(n1) ≥30
23GHz ≤12 ≤5≤5≤4≤1.5*z
zoom
(n1) ≥30
34GHz ≤12 ≤5≤4≤3≤1.5*z
zoom
(n1) ≥28
45GHz ≤10 ≤4≤3≤2.5 ≤1.5*z
zoom
(n1) ≥25
56GHz ≤10 ≤4≤2≤2≤1.5*z
zoom
(n1) ≥22
MinimumZoomScan
Volume(mm)
(x,y,z)
Max i mumZoomScanSpatial
Resolution(mm)
GradedGrid
Frequency
MaximumAreaScan
Resolution(mm)
(x
area
,∆y
area
)
Max i mumZoomScan
Resolution(mm)
(x
zoom
,∆y
zoom
)
*Also compliant to IEEE 1528-2013 Table 6
Figure 3-1
Sample SAR Area
Scan
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4 SAR TESTING PROCEDURES
4.1 SAR Testing for Tablet per KDB Publication 616217 D04
This device is used in full sized tablet exposure conditions due to its size. Per FCC KDB 616217, the back
surface and edges of the tablet should be tested for SAR compliance with the tablet touching the
phantom. The SAR Exclusion Threshold in KDB 447498 D01v05 can be applied to determine SAR test
exclusion for adjacent edge configurations. The closest distance from the antenna to an adjacent tablet
edge is used to determine if SAR testing is required for the adjacent edges, with the adjacent edge
positioned against the phantom and the edge containing the antenna positioned perpendicular to the
phantom.
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5 RF EXPOSURE LIMITS
5.1 Uncontrolled Environment
UNCONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individuals
who have no knowledge or control of their exposure. The general population/uncontrolled exposure limits
are applicable to situations in which the general public may be exposed or in which persons who are
exposed as a consequence of their employment may not be made fully aware of the potential for
exposure or cannot exercise control over their exposure. Members of the general public would come
under this category when exposure is not employment-related; for example, in the case of a wireless
transmitter that exposes persons in its vicinity.
5.2 Controlled Environment
CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred
by persons who are aware of the potential for exposure, (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation). In
general, occupational/controlled exposure limits are applicable to situations in which persons are exposed
as a consequence of their employment, who have been made fully aware of the potential for exposure
and can exercise control over their exposure. This exposure category is also applicable when the
exposure is of a transient nature due to incidental passage through a location where the exposure levels
may be higher than the general population/uncontrolled limits, but the exposed person is fully aware of
the potential for exposure and can exercise control over his or her exposure by leaving the area or by
some other appropriate means.
Table 5-1
SAR Human Exposure Specified in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 and Health Canada Safety Code 6
1. The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 1 gram of tissue (defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube)
and over the appropriate averaging time.
2. The Spatial Average value of the SAR averaged over the whole body.
3. The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 10 grams of tissue (defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a
cube) and over the appropriate averaging time.
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6 FCC MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES
6.1 Measured and Reported SAR
Per FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v05, When SAR is not measured at the maximum power level
allowed for production units, the results must be scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance limit according
to the power applied to the individual channels tested to determine compliance. When SAR is measured
at or scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance limit, the results are referred to as reported SAR. The
highest reported SAR results are identified on the grant of equipment authorization according to
procedures in KDB 690783 D01v01r02.
6.2 SAR Testing with 802.11 Transmitters
Normal network operating configurations are not suitable for measuring the SAR of 802.11 a/b/g/n /ac
transmitters. Unpredictable fluctuations in network traffic and antenna diversity conditions can introduce
undesirable variations in SAR results. The SAR for these devices should be measured using chipset
based test mode software to ensure the results are consistent and reliable. See KDB Publication 248227
D01v01r02 for more details.
6.2.1 General Device Setup
Chipset based test mode software is hardware dependent and generally varies among
manufacturers. The device operating parameters established in test mode for SAR measurements
must be identical to those programmed in production units, including output power levels, amplifier
gain settings and other RF performance tuning parameters. The test frequencies should correspond
to actual channel frequencies defined for domestic use. SAR for devices with switched diversity
should be measured with only one antenna transmitting at a time during each SAR measurement,
according to a fixed modulation and data rate. The same data pattern should be used for all
measurements.
6.2.2 Frequency Channel Configurations [24]
For 2.4 GHz, the highest average RF output power channel between the low, mid and high channel at
the lowest data rate was selected for SAR evaluation in 802.11b mode. 802.11g/n modes and higher
data rates for 802.11b were additionally evaluated for SAR if the output power of the respective mode
was 0.25 dB or higher than the powers of the SAR configurations tested in the 802.11b mode.
If the maximum extrapolated peak SAR of the zoom scan for the highest output channel was less
than 1.6 W/kg and if the 1g averaged SAR was less than 0.8 W/kg, SAR testing was not required for
the other test channels in the band.
6.2.3 MIMO SAR Considerations
Per KDB 248227, SAR for MIMO was measured with both antennas transmitting simultaneously and
was evaluated independently of SISO operation. For 2.4 GHz MIMO, 802.11n was evaluated.
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7 RF CONDUCTED POWERS
7.1 Antenna 1 WLAN Conducted Powers
Table 7-1
IEEE 802.11b Average RF Power Antenna 1
125.511
802.11b 2412 1* 11.85 11.93 11.93 11.95
802.11b 2437 6* 12.13 12.27 12.35 12.19
802.11b 2462 11* 11.79 11.96 11.97 11.99
802.11b Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]Mode Channel
Freq
[MHz]
Table 7-2
IEEE 802.11g Average RF Power Antenna 1
6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54
802.11g 2412 1 11.12 11.12 11.13 11.12 11.39 11.33 11.44 11.25
802.11g 2437 6 11.45 11.35 11.40 11.35 11.45 11.48 11.41 11.40
802.11g 2462 11 11.29 11.27 11.25 11.26 11.38 11.45 11.46 11.40
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
802.11g Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
Table 7-3
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power Antenna 1
6.5 1319.526 39 5258.565
802.11n 2412 1 10.22 10.20 10.19 10.44 10.49 10.39 10.39 10.46
802.11n 2437 6 10.46 10.48 10.48 10.44 10.42 10.41 10.47 10.45
802.11n 2462 11 10.25 10.26 10.29 10.39 10.40 10.49 10.43 10.46
802.11n (2.4GHz) Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
Freq
[MHz]
Mode Channel
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Table 7-4
IEEE 802.11a Average RF Power Antenna 1
6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54
802.11a 5180 36* 7.07 6.86 6.93 6.90 7.28 7.24 7.38 7.35
802.11a 5200 40 7.16 6.75 6.78 6.71 7.06 7.11 7.18 7.00
802.11a 5220 44 7.15 6.92 6.92 6.95 7.20 7.17 7.28 7.14
802.11a 5240 48* 7.04 6.88 6.85 6.88 7.30 7.14 7.30 7.24
802.11a 5260 52* 7.21 6.79 6.84 6.90 7.17 7.08 7.19 7.05
802.11a 5280 56 7.12 7.03 6.99 7.10 7.39 7.27 7.39 7.17
802.11a 5300 60 7.19 7.18 7.18 7.10 7.40 7.39 7.41 7.31
802.11a 5320 64* 7.00 6.81 6.79 6.75 7.23 7.07 7.23 7.13
802.11a 5500 100 7.31 7.14 7.22 7.23 7.54 7.49 7.64 7.42
802.11a 5520 104* 7.24 7.23 7.12 7.33 7.50 7.40 7.49 7.40
802.11a 5540 108 7.37 7.21 7.25 7.22 7.62 7.66 7.66 7.56
802.11a 5560 112 7.37 7.28 7.27 7.30 7.61 7.56 7.65 7.61
802.11a 5580 116* 7.22 7.16 7.18 7.05 7.53 7.44 7.39 7.17
802.11a 5600 120 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11a 5620 124 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11a 5640 128 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11a 5660 132 7.20 7.33 7.13 7.06 7.51 7.32 7.54 7.33
802.11a 5680 136* 7.28 7.25 7.22 7.30 7.26 7.26 7.53 7.45
802.11a 5700 140 7.42 7.18 7.08 6.96 7.41 7.25 7.36 7.21
802.11a 5745 149* 7.14 7.00 7.15 7.05 7.24 7.15 7.24 7.04
802.11a 5765 153 7.29 7.26 7.19 7.17 7.47 7.23 7.43 7.21
802.11a 5785 157* 7.35 7.39 7.39 7.28 7.50 7.42 7.47 7.37
802.11a 5805 161 7.17 7.26 7.25 7.10 7.44 7.28 7.38 7.11
802.11a 5825 165* 7.05 6.98 7.05 7.05 7.35 7.26 7.25 7.11
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel Data Rate [Mbps]
802.11a Conducted Power [dBm]
Per FCC KDB Publication 443999 and RSS-210 A9.2(3), transmission on channels which overlap the
5600-5650 MHz is prohibited as a client. This device does not transmit any beacons or initiate any
transmissions in 5.3 and 5.5 GHz Band.
(*) – indicates default channels per KDB Publication 248227 D01v01r02. When the adjacent channels
are higher in power then the default channels, these “required channels” are considered for SAR testing
instead of the default channels.
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Table 7-5
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power Antenna 1 – 20 MHz Bandwidth
6.5 1319.526 39 5258.565
802.11n 5180 36 6.95 6.91 6.95 7.13 7.11 7.27 7.32 7.25
802.11n 5200 40 6.91 6.74 6.87 7.13 7.11 7.30 7.22 7.23
802.11n 5220 44 6.81 6.76 6.76 6.95 7.00 6.99 7.18 7.07
802.11n 5240 48 7.07 7.02 7.09 7.35 7.34 7.34 7.30 7.34
802.11n 5260 52 6.90 6.90 6.90 7.07 7.15 7.21 7.34 7.33
802.11n 5280 56 7.00 7.00 7.04 7.33 7.26 7.33 7.33 7.42
802.11n 5300 60 6.94 6.89 6.91 7.12 7.14 7.12 7.31 7.27
802.11n 5320 64 6.95 7.02 7.01 7.26 7.26 7.45 7.45 7.43
802.11n 5500 100 7.22 7.20 7.29 7.43 7.53 7.61 7.65 7.60
802.11n 5520 104 7.11 7.10 7.06 7.33 7.31 7.42 7.42 7.48
802.11n 5540 108 6.94 6.77 6.65 6.84 6.92 7.20 7.30 7.23
802.11n 5560 112 7.19 7.23 7.20 7.43 7.49 7.52 7.60 7.66
802.11n 5580 116 7.12 6.96 7.00 7.43 7.28 7.62 7.47 7.63
802.11n 5600 120 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5620 124 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5640 128 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5660 132 7.13 7.10 7.09 7.33 7.32 7.42 7.46 7.34
802.11n 5680 136 7.11 7.14 7.16 7.38 7.38 7.56 7.58 7.60
802.11n 5700 140 7.19 7.25 7.22 7.25 7.56 7.63 7.60 7.59
802.11n 5745 149 7.09 7.09 7.19 7.25 7.31 7.28 7.43 7.37
802.11n 5765 153 7.01 6.96 7.00 7.28 7.26 7.19 7.22 7.24
802.11n 5785 157 6.94 6.77 6.79 6.88 7.06 6.99 7.02 7.10
802.11n 5805 161 6.89 6.79 6.86 7.11 7.11 7.20 7.20 7.14
802.11n 5825 165 6.84 7.00 6.84 7.19 7.26 7.31 7.21 7.30
20MHz BW 802.11n (5GHz) Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
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Table 7-6
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power Antenna 1 – 40 MHz Bandwidth
13.5 27 40.5 54 81 108 121.5 135
802.11n 5190 38 6.15 6.06 6.30 6.28 6.35 6.35 6.39 6.35
802.11n 5230 46 6.52 6.51 6.56 6.82 6.80 6.92 6.93 6.89
802.11n 5270 54 6.39 6.30 6.56 6.58 6.62 6.54 6.53 6.43
802.11n 5310 62 6.08 6.17 6.16 6.33 6.35 6.35 6.24 6.14
802.11n 5510 102 6.32 6.28 6.32 6.36 6.41 6.41 6.50 6.49
802.11n 5550 110 6.21 6.14 6.17 6.27 6.47 6.39 6.37 6.40
802.11n 5590 118 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5630 126 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5670 134 6.40 6.43 6.42 6.55 6.47 6.65 6.64 6.62
802.11n 5755 151 7.35 7.40 7.39 7.45 7.48 7.54 7.58 7.42
802.11n 5795 159 7.31 7.36 7.40 7.43 7.50 7.54 7.55 7.55
Data Rate [Mbps]
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
40MHz BW 802.11n (5GHz) Conducted Power [dBm]
Table 7-7
IEEE 802.11ac Average RF Power Antenna 1 – 80 MHz Bandwidth
29.3 58.5 87.8 117 175.5 234 263.3 292.5 351 390
802.11ac 5210 42 6.12 6.02 6.03 6.36 6.34 6.21 6.30 6.23 6.04 6.03
802.11ac 5290 58 6.04 6.01 6.12 6.28 6.25 6.21 6.09 6.22 6.10 6.08
802.11ac 5530 106 6.24 6.14 6.09 6.43 6.45 6.44 6.39 6.46 6.18 6.15
802.11ac 5775 155 6.88 6.66 6.69 7.02 7.05 7.00 7.05 7.11 6.69 7.09
80MHz BW 802.11ac (5GHz) Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
Justification for reduced test configurations for WIFI channels per KDB Publication 248227 D01v01r02
and October 2012/April 2013 FCC/TCB Meeting Notes:
For 2.4 GHz, highest average RF output power channel for the lowest data rate for IEEE 802.11b
were selected for SAR evaluation. Other IEEE 802.11 modes (including 802.11g/n) were not
investigated since the average output powers over all channels and data rates were not more
than 0.25 dB higher than the tested channel in the lowest data rate of IEEE 802.11b mode.
When the maximum extrapolated peak SAR of the zoom scan for the maximum output channel is
<1.6 W/kg and the reported 1g averaged SAR is <0.8 W/kg, SAR testing on other channels is not
required. Otherwise, the other default (or corresponding required) test channels were additionally
tested using the lowest data rate.
The bolded data rate and channel above were tested for SAR.
Figure 7-1
Power Measurement Setup for Bandwidths < 50 MHz
Figure 7-2
Power Measurement Setup for Bandwidths > 50 MHz
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7.2 Antenna 2 WLAN Conducted Powers
Table 7-8
IEEE 802.11b Average RF Power Antenna 2
125.511
802.11b 2412 1* 11.88 12.10 12.11 12.12
802.11b 2437 6* 12.35 12.44 12.41 12.42
802.11b 2462 11* 11.30 11.68 11.64 11.66
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
802.11b Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
Table 7-9
IEEE 802.11g Average RF Power Antenna 2
6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54
802.11g 2412 1 10.33 10.29 10.34 10.37 10.61 10.61 10.51 10.60
802.11g 2437 6 11.05 11.15 10.97 11.11 11.27 11.28 11.22 11.28
802.11g 2462 11 10.05 10.08 10.08 10.11 10.34 10.36 10.15 10.29
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
802.11g Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
Table 7-10
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power Antenna 2
6.51319.526395258.565
802.11n 2412 1 9.00 9.01 9.05 9.28 9.26 9.21 9.27 9.30
802.11n 2437 6 9.59 9.56 9.63 9.84 9.88 9.88 9.80 10.01
802.11n 2462 11 8.66 8.64 8.60 8.96 8.83 8.91 8.76 8.79
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
802.11n (2.4GHz) Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
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IEEE 802.11a Average RF Power Antenna 2
6 9 12 18 24 36 48 54
802.11a 5180 36* 7.38 7.15 7.28 7.10 7.56 7.37 7.31 7.50
802.11a 5200 40 7.10 7.03 7.11 7.12 7.33 7.37 7.38 7.54
802.11a 5220 44 7.19 7.21 7.17 7.20 7.42 7.35 7.39 7.53
802.11a 5240 48* 7.05 7.08 7.06 7.05 7.40 7.20 7.28 7.30
802.11a 5260 52* 7.21 7.05 7.00 7.01 7.41 7.36 7.36 7.42
802.11a 5280 56 7.01 6.93 6.99 6.95 7.45 7.37 7.34 7.36
802.11a 5300 60 7.08 7.08 6.95 7.06 7.35 7.29 7.10 7.27
802.11a 5320 64* 7.05 6.96 6.97 6.96 7.30 7.13 7.20 7.30
802.11a 5500 100 6.98 7.02 6.98 6.97 7.22 7.31 7.10 7.31
802.11a 5520 104* 6.91 6.83 6.77 6.88 7.23 7.21 7.14 7.28
802.11a 5540 108 7.55 7.03 6.96 7.02 7.26 7.22 7.13 7.26
802.11a 5560 112 7.04 7.08 7.08 7.18 7.30 7.30 7.22 7.34
802.11a 5580 116* 6.97 6.78 6.79 6.81 7.11 7.11 7.00 7.24
802.11a 5600 120 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11a 5620 124 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11a 5640 128 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11a 5660 132 6.88 6.78 6.95 6.87 7.20 7.17 7.14 7.30
802.11a 5680 136* 6.85 6.92 6.95 7.05 7.10 7.13 6.98 7.06
802.11a 5700 140 6.99 7.00 6.86 6.99 6.96 6.98 6.93 7.07
802.11a 5745 149* 7.22 7.30 7.23 7.25 7.52 7.50 7.54 7.52
802.11a 5765 153 7.16 6.88 6.84 6.85 7.22 7.21 7.28 7.32
802.11a 5785 157* 7.22 7.09 7.09 7.08 7.43 7.46 7.32 7.44
802.11a 5805 161 7.21 7.26 7.23 7.27 7.56 7.50 7.47 7.53
802.11a 5825 165* 7.35 7.21 7.20 7.16 7.57 7.44 7.50 7.51
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
802.11a Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
Per FCC KDB Publication 443999 and RSS-210 A9.2(3), transmission on channels which overlap the
5600-5650 MHz is prohibited as a client. This device does not transmit any beacons or initiate any
transmissions in 5.3 and 5.5 GHz Band.
(*) – indicates default channels per KDB Publication 248227 D01v01r02. When the adjacent channels
are higher in power then the default channels, these “required channels” are considered for SAR testing
instead of the default channels.
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Table 7-12
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power Antenna 2 – 20 MHz Bandwidth
6.51319.526395258.565
802.11n 5180 36 6.91 6.84 6.84 7.08 7.20 7.26 7.33 7.39
802.11n 5200 40 7.11 7.31 7.26 7.47 7.43 7.57 7.51 7.42
802.11n 5220 44 7.05 7.17 7.21 7.39 7.37 7.55 7.48 7.53
802.11n 5240 48 6.85 7.08 6.99 7.14 7.16 7.17 7.21 7.22
802.11n 5260 52 6.65 6.83 6.91 7.02 7.11 7.16 7.21 7.18
802.11n 5280 56 6.79 6.83 6.85 7.03 7.04 7.00 7.05 7.04
802.11n 5300 60 6.88 7.03 6.94 7.14 7.17 7.44 7.35 7.22
802.11n 5320 64 6.75 6.76 6.82 6.85 6.87 7.01 6.82 6.98
802.11n 5500 100 6.82 6.80 6.84 6.81 6.81 6.92 7.03 7.05
802.11n 5520 104 6.75 6.74 6.83 6.82 6.87 7.06 7.03 7.09
802.11n 5540 108 6.67 6.74 6.74 6.90 6.91 6.98 7.02 7.07
802.11n 5560 112 6.78 6.58 6.75 6.87 6.95 7.06 6.96 7.10
802.11n 5580 116 6.65 6.62 6.57 6.83 6.81 6.86 6.87 6.95
802.11n 5600 120 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5620 124 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5640 128 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5660 132 6.62 6.52 6.45 6.67 6.57 6.83 6.79 6.81
802.11n 5680 136 6.56 6.45 6.51 6.52 6.47 6.68 6.74 6.74
802.11n 5700 140 6.50 6.52 6.57 6.47 6.57 6.50 6.56 6.58
802.11n 5745 149 6.94 6.93 7.01 7.29 7.13 7.42 7.41 7.40
802.11n 5765 153 7.02 7.07 7.17 7.38 7.35 7.52 7.46 7.52
802.11n 5785 157 6.95 7.00 6.89 6.98 7.19 7.25 7.29 7.21
802.11n 5805 161 6.91 6.90 7.00 7.21 7.29 7.40 7.28 7.28
802.11n 5825 165 6.92 6.84 6.90 7.12 7.16 7.35 7.28 7.27
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
20MHz BW 802.11n (5GHz) Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
Table 7-13
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power Antenna 2 – 40 MHz Bandwidth
13.5 27 40.5 54 81 108 121.5 135
802.11n 5190 38 6.06 6.39 6.10 6.33 6.41 6.49 6.52 6.53
802.11n 5230 46 6.21 6.21 6.13 6.35 6.22 6.38 6.47 6.39
802.11n 5270 54 6.02 6.14 6.10 6.05 6.05 6.22 6.05 6.18
802.11n 5310 62 6.05 6.14 6.08 6.22 6.26 6.40 6.44 6.43
802.11n 5510 102 7.20 7.26 7.12 7.24 7.28 7.21 7.28 7.31
802.11n 5550 110 7.11 7.12 7.19 7.11 7.23 7.25 7.23 7.28
802.11n 5590 118 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5630 126 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
802.11n 5670 134 7.15 7.22 7.20 7.22 7.27 7.31 7.33 7.30
802.11n 5755 151 6.05 6.12 6.13 6.10 6.11 6.18 6.40 6.20
802.11n 5795 159 6.03 6.06 6.01 6.14 6.18 6.27 6.39 6.34
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
40MHz BW 802.11n (5GHz) Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
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Table 7-14
IEEE 802.11ac Average RF Power Antenna 2 – 80 MHz Bandwidth
29.3 58.5 87.8 117 175.5 234 263.3 292.5 351 390
802.11ac 5210 42 6.25 6.14 6.15 6.22 6.27 6.27 6.18 6.22 6.37 6.35
802.11ac 5290 58 6.20 6.10 6.19 6.19 6.25 6.18 6.20 6.29 6.34 6.29
802.11ac 5530 106 6.02 6.14 6.00 6.01 6.08 6.03 6.14 6.11 6.25 6.23
802.11ac 5775 155 6.22 6.11 6.28 6.33 6.42 6.43 6.34 6.40 6.46 6.39
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
80MHz BW 802.11ac (5GHz) Conducted Power [dBm]
Data Rate [Mbps]
Justification for reduced test configurations for WIFI channels per KDB Publication 248227 D01v01r02
and October 2012/April 2013 FCC/TCB Meeting Notes:
For 2.4 GHz, highest average RF output power channel for the lowest data rate for IEEE 802.11b
were selected for SAR evaluation. Other IEEE 802.11 modes (including 802.11g/n) were not
investigated since the average output powers over all channels and data rates were not more
than 0.25 dB higher than the tested channel in the lowest data rate of IEEE 802.11b mode.
When the maximum extrapolated peak SAR of the zoom scan for the maximum output channel is
<1.6 W/kg and the reported 1g averaged SAR is <0.8 W/kg, SAR testing on other channels is not
required. Otherwise, the other default (or corresponding required) test channels were additionally
tested using the lowest data rate.
The bolded data rate and channel above were tested for SAR.
Figure 7-3
Power Measurement Setup for Bandwidths < 50 MHz
Figure 7-4
Power Measurement Setup for Bandwidths > 50 MHz
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7.3 MIMO WLAN Conducted Powers
Table 7-15
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power MIMO
Data Rate [Mbps]
13
802.11n 2412 1 10.19
802.11n 2437 6 10.46
802.11n 2462 11 9.95
Channel
802.11n (2.4GHz)
Conducted Power
[
dBm
]
Mode Freq
[MHz]
Table 7-16
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power – 20 MHz Bandwidth MIMO
Data Rate [Mbps]
13
802.11n 5180 36 6.82
802.11n 5200 40 6.57
802.11n 5220 44 6.34
802.11n 5240 48 6.04
802.11n 5260 52 6.02
802.11n 5280 56 5.76
802.11n 5300 60 5.57
802.11n 5320 64 5.59
802.11n 5500 100 6.22
802.11n 5520 104 6.06
802.11n 5540 108 6.17
802.11n 5560 112 6.47
802.11n 5580 116 6.38
802.11n 5600 120 N/A
802.11n 5620 124 N/A
802.11n 5640 128 N/A
802.11n 5660 132 6.73
802.11n 5680 136 6.32
802.11n 5700 140 6.80
802.11n 5745 149 7.92
802.11n 5765 153 7.89
802.11n 5785 157 7.88
802.11n 5805 161 7.90
802.11n 5825 165 7.97
802.11n (5GHz)
Conducted Power
[
dBm
]
Channel
Freq
[MHz]
Mode
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Table 7-17
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power – 40 MHz Bandwidth MIMO
Data Rate [Mbps]
27
802.11n 5190 38 6.31
802.11n 5230 46 6.10
802.11n 5270 54 5.33
802.11n 5310 62 5.56
802.11n 5510 102 5.55
802.11n 5550 110 5.99
802.11n 5590 118 N/A
802.11n 5630 126 N/A
802.11n 5670 134 6.95
802.11n 5755 151 7.84
802.11n 5795 159 7.73
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
40MHz 802.11n (5GHz)
Conducted Power [dBm]
Table 7-18
IEEE 802.11n Average RF Power – 80 MHz Bandwidth MIMO
Data Rate [Mbps]
58.5
802.11ac 5210 42 5.53
802.11ac 5290 58 5.20
802.11ac 5530 106 5.48
802.11ac 5775 155 7.14
Mode Freq
[MHz] Channel
80MHz 802.11ac (5GHz)
Conducted Power [dBm]
Justification for reduced test configurations for WIFI channels per KDB Publication 248227 D01v01r02
and October 2012/April 2013 FCC/TCB Meeting Notes:
For 2.4 GHz, highest average RF output power channel for the lowest data rate for IEEE 802.11b
were selected for SAR evaluation. Other IEEE 802.11 modes (including 802.11g/n) were not
investigated since the average output powers over all channels and data rates were not more
than 0.25 dB higher than the tested channel in the lowest data rate of IEEE 802.11b mode.
When the maximum extrapolated peak SAR of the zoom scan for the maximum output channel is
<1.6 W/kg and the reported 1g averaged SAR is <0.8 W/kg, SAR testing on other channels is not
required. Otherwise, the other default (or corresponding required) test channels were additionally
tested using the lowest data rate.
The bolded data rate and channel above were tested for SAR.
Per KDB 662911 D01v02r01, the individual spectra for each 2x2 MIMO WIFI Antenna were
summed mathematically in linear power units for the MIMO output power measurements.
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Figure 7-5
Power Measurement Setup for Bandwidths < 50 MHz
Figure 7-6
Power Measurement Setup for Bandwidths > 50 MHz
Bluetooth Conducted Powers
Table 7-19
Bluetooth RF Conducted Powers
[dBm] [mW]
2402 1.0 0 7.20 5.253
2441 1.0 39 9.61 9.138
2480 1.0 78 8.71 7.431
2402 2.0 0 3.36 2.167
2441 2.0 39 5.97 3.957
2480 2.0 78 5.24 3.342
2402 3.0 0 3.44 2.210
2441 3.0 39 6.02 3.995
2480 3.0 78 5.28 3.372
Data
Rate
[
Mb
p
s
]
Channel
No.
Avg Conducted
Power
Frequency
[MHz]
The bolded data rate and channel above were tested for SAR.
Figure 7-7
Power Measurement Setup
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8 SYSTEM VERIFICATION
8.1 Tissue Verification
Table 8-1
Measured Tissue Properties
Tissue Type Calibrated
Date:
Tissue Temp
During Calibration
(C˚)
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Measured
Conductivity,
σ (S/m)
Measured
Dielectric
Constant, ε
TARGET
Conductivity,
σ (S/m)
TARGET
Dielectric
Constant, ε
% dev σ% dev ε
2401 1.962 52.784 1.903 52.765 3.10% 0.04%
2450 2.031 52.620 1.950 52.700 4.15% -0.15%
2499 2.097 52.430 2.019 52.638 3.86% -0.40%
2401 1.968 51.220 1.903 52.765 3.42% -2.93%
2450 2.032 50.970 1.950 52.700 4.21% -3.28%
2499 2.100 50.831 2.019 52.638 4.01% -3.43%
23.12450B
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2450B
4/21/2014
22.8
The above measured tissue parameters were used in the DASY software. The DASY software was used
to perform interpolation to determine the dielectric parameters at the SAR test device frequencies (per
KDB 865664 and IEEE 1528-2003 6.6.1.2). The tissue parameters listed in the SAR test plots may
slightly differ from the table above due to significant digit rounding in the software.
8.2 Test System Verification
Prior to SAR assessment, the system is verified to ±10% of the SAR measurement on the reference
dipole at the time of calibration by the calibration facility. Full system validation status and result summary
can be found in Appendix E.
Table 8-2
System Verification Results
G 2450 BODY 04/14/2014 24.4 23.9 0.100 797 3258 4.890 49.400 48.900 -1.01%
G 2450 BODY 04/21/2014 24.3 23.0 0.100 797 3258 4.900 49.400 49.000 -0.81%
SAR
System
#
Tissue
Frequency
(MHz)
S
y
stem Verification
TARGET & MEASURED
1 W
Normalized
SAR
1g
(W/kg)
Dipole
SN
Tissue
Type
Probe
SN
Date:
Amb.
Temp
(°C)
Liquid
Temp
(°C)
Input
Power
(W)
Measured
SAR
1g
(W/kg)
Deviation
1g
(%)
1 W Target
SAR
1g
(W/kg)
Figure 8-1
System Verification Setup Diagram
Figure 8-2
System Verification Setup Photo
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9 SAR DATA SUMMARY
9.1 Standalone Body SAR Data
Table 9-1
DTS Body SAR Antenna 1
SAR (1g) Scaled SAR
(1g)
MHz Ch. (W/kg) (W/kg)
2412 1 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 11.85 0.00 0 mm 1004-1 1 back 1:1 0.870 1.161 1.010
2437 6 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 12.13 0.05 0 mm 1004-1 1 back 1:1 0.915 1.089 0.996
2462 11 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 11.79 0.08 0 mm 1004-1 1 back 1:1 0.724 1.178 0.853
2437 6 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 12.13 0.07 0 mm 1004-1 1 top 1:1 0.621 1.089 0.676
2437 6 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 12.13 0.18 0 mm 1004-1 1 right 1:1 0.039 1.089 0.042
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
IEEE 802 11
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
Spatial Peak 1.6 W/kg (mW/g)
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population averaged over 1 gram
Side Duty
Cycle
Scaling
Factor Plot #
ANSI / IEEE C95.1 1992 - SAFETY LIMIT Bod
y
Spacing
Device
Serial
Number
Data
Rate
(Mbps)
MEASUREMENT RESULTS
FREQUENCY
Mode Service
Maximum
Allow ed
Power [dBm]
Conducted
Power
[dBm]
Pow er Drift
[dB]
Table 9-2
DSS Body SAR Antenna 1
SAR (1g) Scaled SAR
(1g)
MHz Ch. (W/kg) (W /kg)
2441 39 Bluetooth FHSS 10.5 9.61 -0.04 0 mm 1004-1 1 back 1:1 0.221 1.227 0.271 A1
2441 39 Bluetooth FHSS 10.5 9.61 0.00 0 mm 1004-1 1 top 1:1 0.153 1.227 0.188
2441 39 Bluetooth FHSS 10.5 9.61 0.01 0 mm 1004-1 1 right 1:1 0.009 1.227 0.011
2000
2 000
MEASUREMENT RESULTS
FREQUENCY
Mode Service
Maximum
Allowed Power
[dBm]
Conducted
Power
[dBm]
Powe r Drift
[dB] Spacing
Device
Serial
Number
Data
Rate
(Mbps)
Spatial Peak 1.6 W/kg (mW /g)
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population averaged over 1 gram
Side Duty
Cycle
Scaling
Factor Plot #
ANSI / IEEE C95.1 1992 - SAFETY LIMIT Body
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Table 9-3
DTS Body SAR Antenna 2
SAR (1g) Scaled SAR
(1g)
MHz Ch. (W/kg) (W/kg)
2412 1 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 11.88 0.02 0 mm 1004-1 1 back 1:1 0.896 1.153 1.033
2437 6 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 12.35 0.20 0 mm 1004-1 1 back 1:1 1.020 1.035 1.056 A2
2462 11 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 11.30 0.12 0 mm 1004-1 1 back 1:1 0.774 1.318 1.020
2437 6 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 12.35 0.10 0 mm 1004-1 1 top 1:1 0.160 1.035 0.166
2437 6 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 12.35 -0.02 0 mm 1004-1 1 right 1:1 0.389 1.035 0.403
2437 6 IEEE 802.11b DSSS 12.5 12.35 0.12 0 mm 1004-1 1 back 1:1 0.889 1.035 0.920
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
IEEE 802 11
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
MEASUREMENT RESULTS
FREQUENCY
Mode Service
Maximum
Allow ed
Power [dBm]
Conducted
Power
[dBm]
Pow er Drift
[dB]
Spatial Peak 1.6 W/kg (mW/g)
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population averaged over 1 gram
Side Duty
Cycle
Scaling
Factor Plot #
ANSI / IEEE C95.1 1992 - SAFETY LIMIT Bod
y
Spacing
Device
Serial
Number
Data
Rate
(Mbps)
Note: Variability test is highlighted blue in the above table.
Table 9-4
DTS Body SAR MIMO
SAR (1g) Scaled SAR
(1g)
MHz Ch. (W/kg) (W/kg)
2437 6 IEEE 802.11n OFDM 10.5 10.46 0.14 0 mm 1004-1 13 back 1:1 0.291 1.009 0.294
2437 6 IEEE 802.11n OFDM 10.5 10.46 -0.04 0 mm 1004-1 13 top 1:1 0.001 1.009 0.001
2437 6 IEEE 802.11n OFDM 10.5 10.46 0.02 0 mm 1004-1 13 right 1:1 0.000 1.009 0.000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
2 000
Spatial Peak 1.6 W/kg (mW/g)
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population averaged over 1 gram
Side Duty
Cycle
Scaling
Factor Plot #
ANSI / IEEE C95.1 1992 - SAFETY LIMIT Bod
y
Spacing
Device
Serial
Number
Data
Rate
(Mbps)
MEASUREMENT RESULTS
FREQUENCY
Mode Service
Maximum
Allow ed
Power [dBm]
Conducted
Power
[dBm]
Pow er Drift
[dB]
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9.2 SAR Test Notes
General Notes:
1. The test data reported are the worst-case SAR values according to test procedures specified in
FCC KDB Publication 616217 D04, and FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v05.
2. Batteries are fully charged at the beginning of the SAR measurements.
3. Liquid tissue depth was at least 15.0 cm for all frequencies.
4. The manufacturer has confirmed that the device(s) tested have the same physical, mechanical
and thermal characteristics and are within operational tolerances expected for production units.
5. SAR results were scaled to the maximum allowed power to demonstrate compliance per FCC
KDB Publication 447498 D01v05.
6. Per FCC KDB 865664 D01 v01, variability SAR tests were performed when the measured SAR
results for a frequency band were greater than 0.8 W/kg. Repeated SAR measurements are
highlighted in the tables above for clarity. Please see Section 10 for variability analysis.
7. Per FCC KDB 616217 D04 Section 4.3, SAR tests are required for the back surface and edges of
the tablet with the tablet touching the phantom. SAR evaluation was required for top and right
edges.
WLAN/BT Notes:
1. Justification for reduced test configurations for WIFI channels per KDB Publication 248227
D01v01r02 and October 2012 FCC/TCB Meeting Notes for 2.4 GHz WIFI: Highest average RF
output power channel for the lowest data rate was selected for SAR evaluation in 802.11b. Other
SISO IEEE 802.11 modes (including 802.11g/n) were not investigated since the average output
powers over all channels and data rates were not more than 0.25 dB higher than the tested
channel in the lowest data rate of SISO IEEE 802.11b mode.
2. For 5GHz WLAN, SAR was not required based on the maximum conducted power and the
antenna to user separation distance. See section 1.5.
3. Per KDB 248227, SAR for MIMO was measured with both antennas transmitting simultaneously
and was evaluated independently of SISO operation. For 2.4 GHz MIMO, 802.11n was evaluated.
4. WIFI transmission was verified using an uncalibrated spectrum analyzer.
5. When the maximum extrapolated peak SAR of the zoom scan for the maximum output channel is
>1.6 W/kg or the reported 1g averaged SAR is >0.8 W/kg, SAR testing on other default channels
was required.
6. The Bluetooth highest output power channel was tested for SAR.
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10 SAR MEASUREMENT VARIABILITY
10.1 Measurement Variability
Per FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01, SAR measurement variability was assessed for each
frequency band, which was determined by the SAR probe calibration point and tissue-equivalent medium
used for the device measurements. When both head and body tissue-equivalent media were required for
SAR measurements in a frequency band, the variability measurement procedures were applied to the
tissue medium with the highest measured SAR, using the highest measured SAR configuration for that
tissue-equivalent medium. These additional measurements were repeated after the completion of all
measurements requiring the same head or body tissue-equivalent medium in a frequency band. The test
device was returned to ambient conditions (normal room temperature) with the battery fully charged
before it was re-mounted on the device holder for the repeated measurement(s) to minimize any
unexpected variations in the repeated results.
SAR Measurement Variability was assessed using the following procedures for each frequency band:
1) When the original highest measured SAR is 0.80 W/kg, the measurement was repeated once.
2) A second repeated measurement was preformed only if the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the
original and first repeated measurements was > 1.20 or when the original or repeated
measurement was 1.45 W/kg (~ 10% from the 1-g SAR limit).
3) A third repeated measurement was performed only if the original, first or second repeated
measurement was 1.5 W/kg and the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original, first and
second repeated measurements is > 1.20.
4) Repeated measurements are not required when the original highest measured SAR is < 0.80 W/kg
Table 10-1
Body SAR Measurement Variability Results
Measured
SAR (1g)
1st
Repeated
SAR (1g)
2nd
Repeated
SAR (1g)
3rd
Repeated
SAR (1g)
MHz Ch. (W/kg) (W /kg) (W/kg) (W/kg)
2450
2437.00 6 IEEE 802.11b 2 DSSS 1 back 0 mm 1.020 0.889 1.15 N/A N/A N/A N/A
1.6 W/kg (mW/g)
Ante nna
averaged over 1 gram
BODY VARIABILITY RESULTS
Spatial Peak
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population
RatioRatio RatioBand
Data
Rate
(Mbps)
Side Spacing
FREQUENCY
Mode Service
10.2 Measurement Uncertainty
The measured SAR was <1.5 W/kg for all frequency bands. Therefore, per KDB Publication 865664
D01v01, the extended measurement uncertainty analysis per IEEE 1528-2003 was not required.
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11 EQUIPMENT LIST
Manufacturer Model Description Cal Date Cal Interval Cal Due Serial Number
Agilent85047ASParameterTestSetN/AN/AN/A2904A00579
Agilent8594A(9kHz2.9GHz)SpectrumAnalyzerN/AN/AN/A3051A00187
Agilent8753E(30kHz6GHz)NetworkAnalyzer7/23/2013 Annual7/23/2014 US37390350
Agilent8753ESSParameterNetworkAnalyzer10/29/2013 Annual10/29/2014 US39170122
AgilentN9020AMXASignalAnalyzer10/29/2013 Annual10/29/2014 US46470561
AgilentN4010AWirelessConnectivityTestSetN/AN/AN/AGB46170464
AnritsuMA24106AUSBPowerSensor1/3/2014 Annual1/3/2015 1344554
AnritsuMA24106AUSBPowerSensor1/3/2014 Annual1/3/2015 1344557
AnritsuMA2411BPulsePowerSensor11/14/2013 Annual11/14/2014 1126066
AnritsuMA2481APowerSensor10/30/2013 Annual10/30/2014 5605
AnritsuML2495APowerMeter10/31/2013 Annual10/31/2014 1039008
ControlCompany4052 LongStemThermometer9/27/2013 Biennial9/27/2015 130567447
FisherScientific15077960DigitalThermometer11/6/2012 Biennial11/6/2014 122640025
FisherScientific15078JLongStemThermometer10/30/2012 Biennial10/30/2014 122626059
MCLBWN6W5+6dBAttenuatorCBT N/ACBT 1139
MiniCircuitsVLF6000+LowPassFilterCBT N/ACBT N/A
MiniCircuitsVLF6000+LowPassFilterCBT N/ACBT N/A
MiniCircuitsBWN20W5PowerAttenuatorCBT N/ACBT 1226
MiniCircuitsBWN20W5+DCto18GHzPrecisionFixed20dBAttenuatorCBT N/ACBT N/A
MiniCircuitsNLP2950+LowPassFilterDCto2700MHzCBT N/ACBT N/A
Narda4014C64‐8GHzSMA6dBDirectionalCoupler CBT N/ACBT N/A
Narda47723Attenuator(3dB)CBT N/ACBT 9406
NardaBWS3W2Attenuator(3dB)CBT N/ACBT 120
PasternackPE22086BidirectionalCouplerCBT N/ACBT N/A
PasternackPE220910BidirectionalCouplerCBT N/ACBT N/A
SeekonkNC100TorqueWrench(8"lb)3/5/2012 Triennial3/5/2015 N/A
SPEAGD2450V22450MHzSARDipole1/21/2014 Annual1/21/2015 797
SPEAGDAE4DasyDataAcquisitionElectronics2/26/2014 Annual2/26/2015 665
SPEAGDAK3.5DielectricAssessmentKit11/13/2013 Annual11/13/2014 1091
SPEAGES3DV3SARProbe2/25/2014 Annual2/25/2015 3258
VWR23226658LongStemThermometer5/16/2012 Biennial5/16/2014 122295544
Note: CBT (Calibrated Before Testing). Prior to testing, the measurement paths containing a cable, amplifier, attenuator, coupler or
filter were connected to a calibrated source (i.e. a signal generator) to determine the losses of the measurement path. The power
meter offset was then adjusted to compensate for the measurement system losses. This level offset is stored within the power meter
before measurements are made. This calibration verification procedure applies to the system verification and output power
measurements. The calibrated reading is then taken directly from the power meter after compensation of the losses for all final
power measurements.
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Applicable for frequencies less than 3000 MHz.
a b c d e= f g h = i = k
f(d,k) c x f/e c x g/e
Uncertainty Tol. Prob. c
i
c
i
1gm 10gms
Component (± %) Dist. Div. 1gm 10 gms u
i
u
i
v
i
(± %) (± %)
Measurement System
Probe Calibration E.2.1 6.0 N 1 1.0 1.0 6.0 6.0
Axial Isotropy E.2.2 0.25 N 1 0.7 0.7 0.2 0.2
Hemishperical Isotropy E.2.2 1.3 N 1 1.0 1.0 1.3 1.3
Boundary Effect E.2.3 0.4 N 1 1.0 1.0 0.4 0.4
Linearity E.2.4 0.3 N 1 1.0 1.0 0.3 0.3
System Detection Limits E.2.5 5.1 N 1 1.0 1.0 5.1 5.1
Readout Electronics E.2.6 1.0 N 1 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
Response Time E.2.7 0.8 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5
Integration Time E.2.8 2.6 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 1.5 1.5
RF Ambient Conditions E.6.1 3.0 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 1.7 1.7
Probe Positioner Mechanical Tolerance E.6.2 0.4 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 0.2 0.2
Probe Positioning w/ respect to Phantom E.6.3 2.9 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 1.7 1.7
Extrapolation, Interpolation & Integration algorithms for
Max. SAR Evaluation E.5 1.0 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 0.6 0.6
Test Sample Related
Test Sample Positioning E.4.2 6.0 N 1 1.0 1.0 6.0 6.0 287
Device Holder Uncertainty E.4.1 3.32 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 1.9 1.9
Output Power Variation - SAR drift measurement 6.6.2 5.0 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 2.9 2.9
Phantom & Tissue Parameters
Phantom Uncertainty (Shape & Thickness tolerances) E.3.1 4.0 R 1.73 1.0 1.0 2.3 2.3
Liquid Conductivity - deviation from target values E.3.2 5.0 R 1.73 0.64 0.43 1.8 1.2
Liquid Conductivity - measurement uncertainty E.3.3 3.8 N 1 0.64 0.43 2.4 1.6 6
Liquid Permittivity - deviation from target values E.3.2 5.0 R 1.73 0.60 0.49 1.7 1.4
Liquid Permittivity - measurement uncertainty E.3.3 4.5 N 1 0.60 0.49 2.7 2.2 6
Combined Standard Uncertainty (k=1) RSS 12.1 11.7 299
Expanded Uncertainty k=2 24.2 23.5
(95% CONFIDENCE LEVEL)
IEEE
1528
Sec.
The above measurement uncertainties are according to IEEE Std. 1528-2003
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13 CONCLUSION
13.1 Measurement Conclusion
The SAR evaluation indicates that the EUT complies with the RF radiation exposure limits of the FCC and
Industry Canada, with respect to all parameters subject to this test. These measurements were taken to
simulate the RF effects of RF exposure under worst-case conditions. Precise laboratory measures were
taken to assure repeatability of the tests. The results and statements relate only to the item(s) tested.
Please note that the absorption and distribution of electromagnetic energy in the body are very complex
phenomena that depend on the mass, shape, and size of the body, the orientation of the body with
respect to the field vectors, and the electrical properties of both the body and the environment. Other
variables that may play a substantial role in possible biological effects are those that characterize the
environment (e.g. ambient temperature, air velocity, relative humidity, and body insulation) and those that
characterize the individual (e.g. age, gender, activity level, debilitation, or disease). Because various
factors may interact with one another to vary the specific biological outcome of an exposure to
electromagnetic fields, any protection guide should consider maximal amplification of biological effects as
a result of field-body interactions, environmental conditions, and physiological variables. [3]
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APPENDIX A: SAR TEST DATA
PCTEST ENGINEERING LABORATORY, INC.
DUT: A3LSMT700; Type: Portable Tablet; Serial: 1004-1
Communication System: UID 0, Bluetooth (0); Frequency: 2441 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium: 2450 Body, Medium parameters used (interpolated):
f = 2441 MHz; σ = 2.02 S/m; εr = 51.016; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section; Space: 0.0 cm
Test Date: 04-21-2014; Ambient Temp: 24.3°C; Tissue Temp: 23.0°C
Probe: ES3DV3 - SN3258; ConvF(4.14, 4.14, 4.14); Calibrated: 2/25/2014;
Sensor-Surface: 3mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn665; Calibrated: 2/26/2014
Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP-1158
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (7); SEMCAD X Version 14.6.10 (7164)
Mode: Bluetooth, Body SAR, Ch 39, 1 Mbps, Back Side, Antenna 1
Area Scan (14x21x1): Measurement grid: dx=12mm, dy=12mm
Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 9.196 V/m; Power Drift = -0.04 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 0.600 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 0.221 W/kg
0 dB = 0.307 W/kg = -5.13 dBW/kg
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PCTEST ENGINEERING LABORATORY, INC.
DUT: A3LSMT700; Type: Portable Tablet; Serial: 1004-1
Communication System: UID 0, IEEE 802.11b; Frequency: 2437 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium: 2450 Body, Medium parameters used (interpolated):
f = 2437 MHz; σ = 2.013 S/m; εr = 52.664; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section; Space: 0.0 cm
Test Date: 04-14-2014; Ambient Temp: 24.4°C; Tissue Temp: 23.9°C
Probe: ES3DV3 - SN3258; ConvF(4.14, 4.14, 4.14); Calibrated: 2/25/2014;
Sensor-Surface: 3mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn665; Calibrated: 2/26/2014
Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP-1158
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (7); SEMCAD X Version 14.6.10 (7164)
Mode: IEEE 802.11b, Body SAR, Ch 06, 1 Mbps, Back Side, Antenna 2
Area Scan (16x21x1): Measurement grid: dx=12mm, dy=12mm
Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 26.718 V/m; Power Drift = 0.20 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 3.35 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 1.02 W/kg
0 dB = 1.48 W/kg = 1.70 dBW/kg
A2
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APPENDIX B: SYSTEM VERIFICATION
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APPENDIX C: PROBE CALIBRATION
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APPENDIX D: SAR TISSUE SPECIFICATIONS
Measurement Procedure for Tissue verification:
1) The network analyzer and probe system was configured and calibrated.
2) The probe was immersed in the tissue. The tissue was placed in a nonmetallic container.
Trapped air bubbles beneath the flange were minimized by placing the probe at a slight
angle.
3) The complex admittance with respect to the probe aperture was measured
4) The complex relative permittivity ε
can be calculated from the below equation
(Pournaropoulos and Misra):



b
a
b
a
rr ddd
r
rj
ab
j
Y

0
2/1
0
'
0
2
0)(exp
cos
ln
2
where Y is the admittance of the probe in contact with the sample, the primed and unprimed coordinates
refer to source and observation points, respectively,
cos2
222
r,
is the angular frequency,
and 1j.
Table D-I
Composition of the Tissue Equivalent Matter
Frequency (MHz) 2450
Tissue Body
Ingredients (% by weight)
DGBE 26.7
NaCl 0.1
Water 73.2
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APPENDIX E: SAR SYSTEM VALIDATION
Per FCC KDB 865664 D02v01, SAR system validation status should be documented to confirm
measurement accuracy. The SAR systems (including SAR probes, system components and software
versions) used for this device were validated against its performance specifications prior to the SAR
measurements. Reference dipoles were used with the required tissue- equivalent media for system
validation, according to the procedures outlined in FCC KDB 865664 D01 v01 and IEEE 1528-2003.
Since SAR probe calibrations are frequency dependent, each probe calibration point was validated at a
frequency within the valid frequency range of the probe calibration point, using the system that normally
operates with the probe for routine SAR measurements and according to the required tissue-equivalent
media.
A tabulated summary of the system validation status including the validation date(s), measurement
frequencies, SAR probes and tissue dielectric parameters has been included.
Table E-I
SAR System Validation Summary
COND. PERM.
(σ)(ε
r
)SENSI-
TIVI TY
PROBE
LINEARITY
PROBE
ISOTROPY MOD. TYPE DUTY
FACTOR PAR
G 2450 3/5/2014 3258 ES3DV3 2450 Body 2.044 51.30 PASS PASS PASS OFDM N/A PASS
MOD. VALIDATIONCW VALIDATION
SAR
SYSTEM
#
FREQ.
[MHz] DATE PROBE
SN
PROBE
TYPE PROBE CAL. POINT
NOTE: While the probes have been calibrated for both CW and modulated signals, all measurements
were performed using communication systems calibrated for CW signals only. Modulations in the table
above represent test configurations for which the measurement system has been validated per FCC KDB
Publication 865664 D01v01 for scenarios when CW probe calibrations are used with other signal types.
SAR systems were validated for modulated signals with a high peak to average ratio (>5 dB), such as
OFDM according to KDB 865664.
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