99FT4092 2-Way Mobile Radio RF Exposure Info MPE Report Motorola Solutions, Inc.

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TESTING CERT # 2518.01
DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE: MPE ASSESSMENT
EME Test Laboratory
8000 West Sunrise Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33322
Date of Report:
June 11, 2013
Report Revision:
O
Report ID:
SR11321 MPE Auto rpt XPR 2500 UHF R1 Rev O
130611
Responsible Engineer:
William Elliott (Principal Staff EME Test Engineer)
Report author:
William Elliott (Principal Staff EME Test Engineer)
Date(s) Tested:
5/10/2013; 5/13/2013 - 5/14/2013
Manufacturer/Location:
Motorola Solutions, Penang, Malaysia
Date submitted for test:
3/25/2013
DUT Description:
XPR 2500 UHF R1 403-470 MHz, 1-25 W, Radio with
Alphanumeric Display Control Head
Test TX mode(s):
CW
Max. Power output:
30W
TX Frequency Bands:
403-470 MHz
Signaling type:
Analog [FM] and TDMA 1:2 [4FSK]
Model(s) Tested:
PMUE4168A
Model(s) Certified:
PMUE4168A
Serial Number(s):
776TPF0331
Classification:
Occupational/Controlled Environment
FCC
ID:
ABZ99FT4092
Part 22 & 90 UHF (406.1 470 MHz)
Results outside FCC bands are not applicable for FCC compliance
demonstration.
IC:
109AB-99FT4092
IC bands; UHF (406.1 430 MHz; 450 470 MHz)
Results outside IC bands are not applicable for IC compliance
demonstration.
Based on the information and the testing results provided herein, the undersigned certifies that when used as stated in the operating instructions
supplied, said product complies with the national and international reference standards and guidelines listed in section 3.0 of this report. This
report shall not be reproduced without written approval from an officially designated representative of the Motorola Solutions Inc. EME
Laboratory.
I attest to the accuracy of the data and assume full responsibility for the completeness of these measurements.
This reporting format is consistent with the suggested guidelines of the TIA TSB-159 April 2006
The results and statements contained in this report pertain only to the device(s) evaluated herein.
Deanna Zakharia
EME Lab Senior Resource Manager and
Laboratory Director
Approval Date: 6/13/2013
Certification Date: 6/13/2013
Certification No.: L1130633P
Zakharia
Deanna-
EDC015
Digitally signed by
Zakharia Deanna-
EDC015
DN: cn=Zakharia
Deanna-EDC015
Date: 2013.06.14
10:11:14 -04'00'
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Document Revision History
Revision
Comments
06/11/2013 O Initial release
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Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction ....................................................................................................................................... 4
2.0 Abbreviations / Definitions ............................................................................................................... 4
3.0 Referenced Standards and Guidelines ............................................................................................... 4
4.0 Power Density Limits ........................................................................................................................ 5
5.0 Nc Test Channels ............................................................................................................................... 6
6.0 Measurement Equipment .................................................................................................................. 6
7.0 Measurement System Uncertainty Levels ......................................................................................... 6
8.0 Product and System Description ....................................................................................................... 7
9.0 Additional Options and Accessories ................................................................................................. 7
10.0 Test Set-Up Description .................................................................................................................... 7
11.0 Method of Measurement with trunk mounted antenna(s) ................................................................. 8
11.1 External/Bystander vehicle MPE measurements .............................................................. 8
11.2 Internal/Passenger vehicle MPE measurements ............................................................... 8
12.0 Method of Measurement with roof mounted antenna(s) ................................................................... 9
12.1 External/Bystander vehicle MPE measurements .............................................................. 9
12.2 Internal/Passenger vehicle MPE measurements ............................................................... 9
13.0 MPE Calculations ........................................................................................................................... 10
14.0 Antenna Summary ........................................................................................................................... 11
15.0 Test Results Summary .................................................................................................................... 11
16.0 Conclusion ...................................................................................................................................... 19
Appendix A - Illustration of Antenna Locations and Test Distances .......................................... 20
Appendix B - Probe Calibration Certificates ............................................................................... 23
Appendix C - Photos of Assessed Antennas ................................................................................ 28
Appendix D – MPE Measurement Results .................................................................................. 29
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1.0 Introduction
This report details the test setup, test equipment and test results of Maximum Permissible Exposure
(MPE) performed at Motorola Solutions’ outside test site for product model PMUE4168A.
2.0 Abbreviations / Definitions
BS: Bystander
CNR: Calibration Not Required
CW: Continuous Wave
DUT: Device Under Test
EME: Electromagnetic Energy
4FSK: 4 Level Frequency Shift Keying
FM: Frequency Modulation
MPE: Maximum Permissible Exposure
NA: Not Applicable
PB: Passenger Backseat
PF: Passenger Front seat
PTT: Push to Talk
SAR: Specific Absorption Rate
TDMA: Time Division Multiple Access
3.0 Referenced Standards and Guidelines
This product is designed to comply with the following applicable national and international standards
and guidelines.
United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal Regulations; Rule Part 47CFR
§ 1.1310, § 2.1091 (d) and § 2.1093 for RF Exposure, where applicable.
Federal Communications Commission, “Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human
Exposure to Radio frequency Electromagnetic Fields”, OET Bulletin 65, Supplement C (Edition 01-
01), FCC, Washington, D.C.: June 2001.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE) C95. 1-1999
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE) C95. 1-1992. Specific to FCC rules and regulations.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) C95.3-2002
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) 1998
Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6 (2009), Limits of Human Exposure to Radio frequency
Electromagnetic Fields in the Frequency Range from 3 kHz to 300 GHz
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4.0 Power Density Limits
Table 1 Occupational / Controlled Exposure Limits
Frequency
Range (MHz)
FCC OET
Bulletin 65
Supplement C
ICNIRP
IEEE C95.1
1992/1999
IEEE C95.1
2005
RSS 102
issue 4 - 2010
mW/cm^2
W/m^2
mW/cm^2
W/m^2
W/m^2
30 - 300
1.0
*10.0
10 - 400
10.0
100 - 300
1.0
10.0
300 - 1,500
f/300
f/30
300 - 3,000
f/300
f/30
400 - 2,000
f/40
1,500 - 15,000
50.0
1,500 - 100,000 5.0
2,000 – 300,000
50.0
3,000 - 300,000
10.0
100.0
*Power density limit is applicable at frequencies greater than 100MHz
Table 2 General Population / Uncontrolled Exposure Limits
Frequency
Range (MHz)
FCC OET
Bulletin 65
Supplement C
ICNIRP
IEEE C95.1
1992/1999
IEEE C95.1
2005
RSS 102
issue 4 – 2010
mW/cm^2
W/m^2
mW/cm^2
W/m^2
W/m^2
30 – 300
0.2
*2.0
10 – 400
2.0
100 – 300
0.2
100 – 400
2.0
300 – 1,500 f/1,500
f/150
400 – 2,000
f/200
f/200
300 – 15,000
f/1,500
1,500 – 15,000
10.0
1,500 – 100,000
1.0
2,000 – 100,000 10.0
2,000 – 300,000
10.0
*Power density limit is applicable at frequencies greater than 100MHz
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5.0 Nc Test Channels
The number of test channels are determined by using Equation 1 below. This equation is available in
FCC’s KDB 447498. The test channels are appropriately spaced across the antenna’s frequency range.
Equation 1 – Number of test channels
Nc = Round {[100(fhigh – flow)/fc]0.5 x (fc / 100)0.2}
where Nc is the number of test channels, fhigh and flow are the highest and lowest frequencies within the
transmission band, fc is the mid-band frequency, and frequencies are in MHz.
6.0 Measurement Equipment
Table 3 – Equipment
Equipment Type
Model #
SN
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Due Date
Automobile
2003 Ford Crown Victoria, 4-Door
NA
NA
NA
Survey Meter
Probe – E-Field
ETS Model HI-2200
ETS Model E100
00086316
00109011
08/15/2012 08/15/2013
E-field measurements are in mW/cm^2.
H-field measurements are in A/m.
7.0 Measurement System Uncertainty Levels
Table 4 - Uncertainty Budget for Near Field Probe Measurements
Tol.
Prob.
Divisor
u
i
vi
(± %)
Dist.
(±%)
Measurement System
Probe Calibration
6.0
N
1.00
6.0
Survey Meter Calibration
3.0
N
1.00
3.0
Hemispherical Isotropy 8.0 R 1.73 4.6
Linearity
5.0
R
1.73
2.9
Pulse Response
1.0
R
1.73
0.6
RF Ambient Noise
3.0
R
1.73
1.7
RF Reflections
8.0
R
1.73
4.6
Probe Positioning 10.0 R 1.73 5.8
Test sample Related
Antenna Positioning
3.0
N
1.00
3.0
Power drift
5.0
R
1.73
2.9
Combined Standard
Uncertainty
RSS
12.2
Expanded Uncertainty
k=2
24
(95% CONFIDENCE
LEVEL)
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8.0 Product and System Description
Model PMUE4168A is a mobile transceiver that utilizes analog and digital two-way radio
communications. The analog modulation scheme uses Frequency Modulation (FM). Digital modes use
4FSK modulation (4-Level Frequency Shift Keying) and a TDMA 1:2 protocol that allocates portions of
the RF signal by dividing time into two slots (2 slots TDMA). Transmission from a unit or base station
is accommodated in time-slot lengths of 30 milliseconds and frame lengths of 60 milliseconds. This
product supports voice in analog mode, and both voice and data modes in digital mode.
The maximum duty cycle for TDMA is 1:2 (50%) and is controlled by software. The FM signal is
continuous. However, because of hand shaking or Push-To-Talk (PTT) between users and/or base
stations a conservative 50% duty cycle is applied. The TDMA mode was not tested because its duty
cycle is inherently 50% and would include an additional 50% duty cycle for PTT.
The intended use of the radio is PTT while the device is properly installed in a vehicle with an external
antenna mounted at the roof or trunk.
This device will be marketed to and used by employees solely for work-related operations, such as
public safety agencies, e.g. police, fire and emergency medical. User training is the responsibility of
these agencies which can be expected to employ the usage instructions, safety information and
operational cautions set forth in the user's manual, instructional sessions or other means.
Accordingly this product is classified as Occupational/Controlled Exposure. However, in accordance
with FCC requirements, the passengers inside the vehicle and the bystanders external to the vehicle are
evaluated to the General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure Limits.
(Note that “Bystanders” as used herein are people other than operator)
9.0 Additional Options and Accessories
Refer to Table 5 for complete list of tested antennas.
10.0 Test Set-Up Description
Assessments were performed with mobile radio installed in the test vehicle while engine was at idle, at
the specified distances and test locations indicated in sections 11.0, 12.0 and Appendix A.
All antennas described in Table 5 were considered in order to develop the test plan for this product.
Antennas were installed and tested per their appropriate mount locations (Roof / Trunk) and defined test
channels.
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11.0 Method of Measurement with trunk mounted antenna(s)
11.1 External/Bystander vehicle MPE measurements
Antenna is located at the center of the trunk. Refer to Appendix A for antenna location and
distance.
MPE measurements for bystander (BS) conditions are determined by taking the average of (10)
measurements in a 2 m vertical line for each of the (3) bystander test locations indicated in
Appendix A with 20 cm height increments, with antenna to probe sensor separation distances of
62 cm directly behind vehicle, 104 cm (45 degree radial) and 110.5 cm (90 degree radial). The
separation distance used for testing is defined from the antenna where as the RF safety booklet
defines the same distance from the vehicle body to ensure that the assessment is applicable to
other vehicles The measurement probe is positioned orthogonal to the antenna (typically parallel
to ground with a vertically mounted antenna) and aimed directly at the antenna’s axis. These
measurements are representative of persons other than the operator standing next to the vehicle.
Each of the offered antennas mounted at the center of the trunk were assessed at the rear of the
vehicle while maintaining a minimum of twenty (20) centimeter separation distance between the
probe sensor and vehicle body. The worst case antenna was then tested at a 45º radial at the
corner of the trunk, and 90º radial at the side of the trunk.
Note: The distance from the centered trunk-mounted antenna to the rear edge of the vehicle is 42cm and the
distance from the rear edge of the vehicle to the survey probe sensor is 20cm.
11.2 Internal/Passenger vehicle MPE measurements
Antenna is located toward the center of the trunk at a minimum 85cm from backseat passenger.
Users are instructed, per installation manual, to mount antennas on the roof only if a minimum
85cm cannot be achieved. Refer to Appendix A for antenna location and distance.
MPE measurements for passenger front seat (PF) and backseat (PB) conditions are
determined by taking the average of the (3) measurements (Head, Chest, and Lower Trunk)
inside the vehicle for both the front and back seats.
The backseat is a bench seat and therefore each position (Head, Chest & Lower Trunk)
were scanned across (horizontally) the seat starting from the middle of the seat to the edge
of the seat stopping 20 cm from the vehicle door. Similar process was used in the front
bucket seat.
The probe handle is oriented parallel (horizontal) to the ground and pointed towards the
back of the vehicle. The probe handle is not oriented normal to the seat surface. The probe
head (incorporating the field sensors) is scanned continuously (using the max-hold function
available in the meter) along three test axes which are parallel to the seat angle (intended as
the line determined by the intersection of the plane of the seat and the plane of the
backrest) and are 20 cm from the seat surface. One test axis is at the Head height, another
is at the Chest height, and another is at the Lower Trunk height. The maximum field level
value recorded for each test axis is logged. The MPE is determined by averaging these
three maximum values regardless of the geometrical location where they were observed.
For instance, the locations of the three maxima may lie on different vertical (relative to
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ground) lines.
This approach leads to results that are representative of the exposure of vehicle occupants
since it is based on an average across the body portions closest to the antenna for both
trunk and roof mount positions, and is conservatively biased because the highest results for
each test axis are combined, e.g. the highest head exposure could be in the middle of the
seat while the highest lower trunk exposure could be closer to the door.
12.0 Method of Measurement with roof mounted antenna(s)
12.1 External/Bystander vehicle MPE measurements
Antenna is located at the center of the roof. Refer to Appendix A for antenna location and
distance.
MPE measurements for bystander (BS) conditions are determined by taking the average of (10)
measurements in a 2m vertical line for the test location indicated in Appendix A with 20cm
increments at the test distance of 117cm from the antenna under test. The measurement probe is
positioned orthogonal to antenna (typically parallel to ground with a vertically mounted antenna)
and aimed directly at the antenna’s axis. These measurements are representative of persons other
than the operator standing next to the vehicle.
Note: Actual test distance was approximately 117cm from centered roof-mounted antenna to the probe
element (97cm from antenna to edge of car door and 20cm from the edge of the car door to the survey probe
sensor); this is the closest distance that can be achieved to a centered roof-mounted antenna used for MPE
compliance assessment herein.
12.2 Internal/Passenger vehicle MPE measurements
Antenna is located at the center of the roof. Refer to Appendix A for antenna location and
distance.
MPE measurements for passenger front seat (PF) and backseat (PB) conditions are determined by
taking the average of the (3) measurements (Head, Chest, and Lower Trunk) inside the vehicle
for both the front and back seats.
The backseat is a bench seat and therefore each position (Head, Chest & Lower Trunk) were
scanned across (horizontally) the seat starting from the middle of the seat to the edge of the seat
stopping 20 cm from the vehicle door. Similar process was used in the front bucket seat.
The probe handle is oriented parallel (horizontal) to the ground and pointed towards the back of
the vehicle. The probe handle is not oriented normal to the seat surface. The probe head
(incorporating the field sensors) is scanned continuously (using the max-hold function available
in the meter) along three test axes which are parallel to the seat angle (intended as the line
determined by the intersection of the plane of the seat and the plane of the backrest) and are 20
cm from the seat surface. One test axis is at the Head height, another is at the Chest height, and
another is at the Lower Trunk height. The maximum field level value recorded for each test axis
is logged. The MPE is determined by averaging these three maximum values regardless of the
geometrical location where they were observed. For instance, the locations of the three maxima
may lie on different vertical (relative to ground) lines.
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This approach leads to results that are representative of the exposure of vehicle occupants since it
is based on an average across the body portions closest to the antenna for both trunk and roof
mount positions, and is conservatively biased because the highest results for each test axis are
combined, e.g. the highest head exposure could be in the middle of the seat while the highest
lower trunk exposure could be closer to the door.
13.0 MPE Calculations
The final MPE results for this mobile radio are presented in section 15.0 Tables 6 - 9. These results are
based on 50% duty cycle for PTT.
Below is an explanation of how the MPE results are calculated. Refer to Appendix D for MPE
measurement results and calculations.
External to vehicle (Bystander) - 10 measurements are averaged over the body (Avg_over_body).
Internal to vehicle (Passengers) - 3 measurements are averaged over the body (Avg_over_body).
The Average over Body test methodology is consistent with IEEE/ANSI C95.3-2002 guidelines.
Therefore;
Equation 2 – Power Density Calculation (Calc._P.D.)
)_(*)___(*)__(.._. cycledutyfactorcalfrequencyprobebodyoverAvgDPCalc =
Note1: The highest “average” cal factors from the calibration certificates were selected for the
applicable frequency range. Linear interpretation was used to determine
“probe_frequency_cal_factor” for the specific test frequencies.
Note 2: The E-field probe calibration certificate’s frequency cal factors were determined by measuring
V/m. The survey meter’s results were measured in power density (mW/cm^2) and therefore the
“probe_frequency_cal_factor”
was squared in equation 2 to account for these results.
Note 3: The H-field probe calibration certificate’s frequency cal factors were determined by measuring
A/m. The survey meter’s results were measured in A/m and therefore the “Avg_over_body” A/m results
were converted to power density (mW/cm^2) using the equation 3. H-field measurements are only
applicable to frequencies below 300MHz.
Equation 3 – Converting A/m to mW/cm^2
699.37*2)^/(2^/ mAcmmW =
Equation 4 – Power Density Maximum Calculation
poweroutputinitial
poweroutput
calcDPDPCalcMax __
_max_
*_...._._ =
Note 4: For initial output power> max_output_power; max_output_power / initial output power = 1
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14.0 Antenna Summary
Table 5 below summarizes the tested antennas and their descriptions, mount location (roof/trunk),
overlap of FCC bands, number of test channels per FCC KDB 447498 (FCC Nc) and actual number of
tested channels (Actual Nc). This information was used to determine the test configurations presented in
this report. Table 5
#
Antenna
Model
Frequency
Range
(MHz)
Physical
Length
(cm)
Gain
(dBi)
Remarks
Mount
Location
(Roof/Trunk)
Overlap
FCC Bands
FCC
Nc
Actual
Nc
1 HAE4002A 403-430 17.7 2.15
1/4 wave,
wire R 406.1-430 3 4
2 HAE4003A 450-470 16.0 2.15
1/4 wave,
wire R
450-470 3 3
3 HAE4010A 406-420 84.3
5.65
5/8 wave,
wire R/T 406.1-420 3 3
4 HAE4011A 450-470 73.2
5.65
5/8 wave,
wire R/T 450-470 3 3
5
RAE4004ARB
445-470
95.3
91.2
89.0
7.15
5/8 wave,
wire
R/T
450-470
3
3
6
HAE6022A
403-527
27.7
4.15
½ wave,
wire
R/T
406.1-470
5
6
15.0 Test Results Summary
The following tables below summarize the MPE results for each test configuration: antenna location, test
positions (BS-Bystander, PB-Passenger Backseat, PF-Passenger Front seat), E/H field measurements,
angle, antenna model & freq. range, maximum output power, initial power, TX frequency, max
calculated power density results, applicable FCC/IEEE/ICNIRP specification limits and % of the
applicable specification limits.
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Table 6
Bystander MPE assessment for trunk mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
% To FC C
% To
ICNIRP
(mW/
cm^2)
Spec Limit Spec Limit
29.5 403.0000 0.11 0.27 39.4 0.20 52.5
29.4 406.1250 0.11 0.27 40.2 0.20 53.5
29.2 418.0625 0.12 0.28 43.8 0.21 58.4
29.0 430.0000 0.13 0.29 44.4 0.22 59.3
29.0 450.1250 0.14 0.30 46.6 0.23 62.2
29.3 460.1250 0.12 0.31 40.6 0.23 54.2
29.6 470.0000 0.12 0.31 36.8 0.24 49.0
29.4 406.1250 0.08 0.27 28.7 0.20 38.3
28.6 413.1000 0.08 0.28 30.4 0.21 40.5
29.1 420.0000 0.05 0.28 19.0 0.21 25.4
29.0 450.1250 0.09 0.30 30.3 0.23 40.3
29.3 460.1250 0.07 0.31 24.2 0.23 32.2
29.6 470.0000 0.05 0.31 17.5 0.24 23.3
29.2 445.0000 0.07 0.30 23.1 0.22 30.8
29.3 457.5000 0.08 0.31 25.2 0.23 33.7
29.6 470.0000 0.07 0.31 23.6 0.24 31.5
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Antenna Model
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
Max Pwr
(W)
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
Trunk
BS
E
0
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
30
30
30
30
30
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Table 6 (continued)
Bystander MPE assessment for trunk mounted antennas
Table 7
Passenger MPE assessment for trunk mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.5 403.0000 0.12 0.27 46.3 0.20 61.8
29.4 406.1250 0.09 0.27 35.0 0.20 46.7
29.2 418.0625 0.10 0.28 37.5 0.21 50.0
29.0 430.0000 0.11 0.29 37.5 0.22 50.0
29.0 450.1250 0.14 0.30 47.1 0.23 62.7
29.3 460.1250 0.11 0.31 34.8 0.23 46.3
29.6 470.0000 0.10 0.31 31.6 0.24 42.1
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
% To FCC
Spec Limit
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Antenna Model
Max Pwr
(W)
Trunk
PB
E
NA
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
30
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.5
403.0000
0.10
0.27
38.0
0.20
50.7
29.4
406.1250
0.11
0.27
40.2
0.20
53.6
29.4
422.0938
0.12
0.28
43.9
0.21
58.5
29.4
438.0625
0.12
0.29
40.9
0.22
54.5
29.4
454.0313
0.12
0.30
38.4
0.23
51.2
29.6
470.0000
0.10
0.31
31.5
0.24
42.0
Trunk
BS
E
45
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
29.0
450.1250
0.08
0.30
25.4
0.23
33.8
Trunk
BS
E
90
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
29.0
450.1250
0.06
0.30
18.3
0.23
24.5
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
% To FCC
Spec Limit
Max Pwr
(W)
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
30
E
0
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
Trunk/
Roof
Test
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Antenna Model
Trunk
BS
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Table 7 (continued)
Passenger MPE assessment for trunk mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.4 406.1250 0.04 0.27 13.9 0.20 18.6
28.6 413.1000 0.04 0.28 15.9 0.21 21.2
29.1 420.0000 0.04 0.28 12.9 0.21 17.2
29.0 450.1250 0.10 0.30 32.9 0.23 43.9
29.3 460.1250 0.07 0.31 21.6 0.23 28.7
29.6 470.0000 0.04 0.31 12.8 0.24 17.0
29.2 445.0000 0.02 0.30 6.9 0.22 9.2
29.3 457.5000 0.05 0.31 15.9 0.23 21.2
29.6 470.0000 0.04 0.31 12.6 0.24 16.8
29.5 403.0000 0.16 0.27 60.4 0.20 80.6
29.4 406.1250 0.13 0.27 47.0 0.20 62.7
29.4 422.0938 0.12 0.28 42.9 0.21 57.3
29.4 438.0625 0.16 0.29 54.2 0.22 72.2
29.4 454.0313 0.13 0.30 41.3 0.23 55.1
29.6 470.0000 0.08 0.31 26.3 0.24 35.1
29.5 403.0000 0.05 0.27 19.6 0.20 26.1
29.4 406.1250 0.04 0.27 16.1 0.20 21.4
29.2 418.0625 0.03 0.28 10.0 0.21 13.3
29.0 430.0000 0.04 0.29 13.5 0.22 18.1
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
% To FCC
Spec Limit
Max Pwr
(W)
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
PB
E
NA
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
30
Antenna Model
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
30
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
30
Trunk
PF
E
NA
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
30
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Table 7 (continued)
Passenger MPE assessment for trunk mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.0 450.1250 0.07 0.30 23.9 0.23 31.9
29.3 460.1250 0.05 0.31 15.7 0.23 20.9
29.6 470.0000 0.03 0.31 10.8 0.24 14.4
29.4 406.1250 0.01 0.27 5.0 0.20 6.6
28.6 413.1000 0.01 0.28 3.2 0.21 4.3
29.1 420.0000 0.01 0.28 2.3 0.21 3.1
29.0 450.1250 0.04 0.30 12.5 0.23 16.7
29.3 460.1250 0.02 0.31 7.0 0.23 9.3
29.6 470.0000 0.01 0.31 4.3 0.24 5.8
29.2 445.0000 0.01 0.30 2.1 0.22 2.8
29.3 457.5000 0.02 0.31 5.0 0.23 6.6
29.6 470.0000 0.01 0.31 3.4 0.24 4.5
29.5 403.0000 0.05 0.27 18.6 0.20 24.7
29.4 406.1250 0.04 0.27 15.7 0.20 20.9
29.4 422.0938 0.03 0.28 12.2 0.21 16.3
29.4 438.0625 0.04 0.29 13.7 0.22 18.2
29.4 454.0313 0.08 0.30 26.0 0.23 34.6
29.6 470.0000 0.04 0.31 12.0 0.24 16.0
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
% To FCC
Spec Limit
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
30
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
Max Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
Trunk
PF
E
NA
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
Antenna Model
Initial Pwr
(W)
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
30
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
30
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Table 8
Bystander MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.5 403.0000 0.03 0.27 11.2 0.20 14.9
29.4 406.1250 0.03 0.27 11.7 0.20 15.7
29.2 418.0625 0.03 0.28 12.0 0.21 16.0
29.0 430.0000 0.03 0.29 10.9 0.22 14.5
29.0 450.1250 0.04 0.30 12.4 0.23 16.6
29.3 460.1250 0.04 0.31 11.7 0.23 15.7
29.6 470.0000 0.04 0.31 12.6 0.24 16.8
29.4 406.1250 0.02 0.27 7.8 0.20 10.5
28.6 413.1000 0.02 0.28 8.3 0.21 11.1
29.1 420.0000 0.01 0.28 4.8 0.21 6.4
29.0 450.1250 0.03 0.30 10.4 0.23 13.9
29.3 460.1250 0.03 0.31 8.7 0.23 11.5
29.6 470.0000 0.02 0.31 6.1 0.24 8.1
29.2 445.0000 0.02 0.30 5.8 0.22 7.8
29.3 457.5000 0.03 0.31 9.0 0.23 12.0
29.6 470.0000 0.03 0.31 9.0 0.24 12.0
% To FCC
Spec Limit
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Antenna Model
Max Pwr
(W)
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
Roof
BS
E
0
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
30
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
30
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
30
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Table 8 (continued)
Bystander MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.5 403.0000 0.03 0.27 11.7 0.20 15.7
29.4 406.1250 0.03 0.27 12.2 0.20 16.3
29.4 422.0938 0.03 0.28 11.9 0.21 15.8
29.4 438.0625 0.04 0.29 12.0 0.22 16.0
29.4 454.0313 0.04 0.30 12.0 0.23 16.0
29.6 470.0000 0.04 0.31 11.5 0.24 15.3
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
% To FCC
Spec Limit
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Antenna Model
Max Pwr
(W)
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
Roof
BS
E
0
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
30
Table 9
Passenger MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.5 403.0000 0.020 0.27 7.6 0.20 10.1
29.4 406.1250 0.018 0.27 6.6 0.20 8.9
29.2 418.0625 0.021 0.28 7.6 0.21 10.1
29.0 430.0000 0.027 0.29 9.5 0.22 12.6
29.0 450.1250 0.033 0.30 10.9 0.23 14.6
29.3 460.1250 0.022 0.31 7.2 0.23 9.6
29.6 470.0000 0.019 0.31 6.2 0.24 8.3
29.4 406.1250 0.003 0.27 1.2 0.20 1.6
28.6 413.1000 0.004 0.28 1.4 0.21 1.9
29.1 420.0000 0.003 0.28 1.1 0.21 1.4
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
% To FCC
Spec Limit
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Antenna Model
Max Pwr
(W)
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
Roof
PB
E
NA
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
30
30
30
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Table 9 (continued)
Passenger MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.0 450.1250 0.005 0.30 1.6 0.23 2.2
29.3 460.1250 0.003 0.31 0.9 0.23 1.2
29.6 470.0000 0.002 0.31 0.7 0.24 1.0
29.2 445.0000 0.002 0.30 0.7 0.22 1.0
29.3 457.5000 0.003 0.31 0.9 0.23 1.2
29.6 470.0000 0.003 0.31 1.1 0.24 1.5
29.5 403.0000 0.029 0.27 10.6 0.20 14.2
29.4 406.1250 0.029 0.27 10.6 0.20 14.2
29.4 422.0938 0.022 0.28 7.8 0.21 10.5
29.4 438.0625 0.020 0.29 6.8 0.22 9.1
29.4 454.0313 0.021 0.30 7.0 0.23 9.4
29.6 470.0000 0.016 0.31 5.0 0.24 6.7
29.5 403.0000 0.020 0.27 7.6 0.20 10.1
29.4 406.1250 0.019 0.27 6.9 0.20 9.3
29.2 418.0625 0.012 0.28 4.3 0.21 5.8
29.0 430.0000 0.008 0.29 2.9 0.22 3.9
29.0 450.1250 0.020 0.30 6.7 0.23 8.9
29.3 460.1250 0.022 0.31 7.2 0.23 9.6
29.6 470.0000 0.015 0.31 4.7 0.24 6.2
29.4 406.1250 0.002 0.27 0.9 0.20 1.2
28.6 413.1000 0.002 0.28 0.7 0.21 0.9
29.1 420.0000 0.001 0.28 0.5 0.21 0.7
% To FCC
Spec Limit
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Antenna Model
Max Pwr
(W)
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
Roof
PB
E
NA
PF
E
NA
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
30
30
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
30
30
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
30
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
30
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
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Table 9 (continued)
Passenger MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
29.0 450.1250 0.004 0.30 1.2 0.23 1.6
29.3 460.1250 0.005 0.31 1.7 0.23 2.2
29.6 470.0000 0.002 0.31 0.7 0.24 1.0
29.2 445.0000 0.001 0.30 0.3 0.22 0.4
29.3 457.5000 0.004 0.31 1.3 0.23 1.7
29.6 470.0000 0.003 0.31 1.1 0.24 1.5
29.5 403.0000 0.021 0.27 7.7 0.20 10.3
29.4 406.1250 0.020 0.27 7.4 0.20 9.8
29.4 422.0938 0.011 0.28 3.8 0.21 5.1
29.4 438.0625 0.009 0.29 3.1 0.22 4.1
29.4 454.0313 0.019 0.30 6.3 0.23 8.4
29.6 470.0000 0.015 0.31 4.9 0.24 6.6
% To
ICNIRP
Spec Limit
% To FCC
Spec Limit
Trunk/
Roof
Te st
Position
E/H Field
Angle
(Degree)
Antenna Model
Max Pwr
(W)
Initial Pwr
(W)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
FCC Limit
ICNIRP
Limit
Roof
PF
PF
PF
E
E
30
30
30
E
NA
NA
NA
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
16.0 Conclusion
The assessments for this device were performed with an output power range as indicated in section 15.0
Tables 6 – 9. The maximum allowable output power is equal to the upper limit of the final test factory
transmit power specification of 30W .The highest power density results for the mobile device scaled to
the maximum allowable power output are indicated in Table 10 for internal/passenger to the vehicle, and
external/bystander to the vehicle.
Table 10: Maximum MPE RF Exposure Summary
Designator
Frequency
(MHz)
Passenger
(mW/cm²)
Bystander
(mW/cm²)
Overall 403 - 470 0.16 0.14
FCC 406.1 - 470 0.16 0.14
IC 406.1 430
450 - 470 0.14 0.14
These MPE results herein demonstrate compliance to the FCC/IEEE/ICNIRP Occupational/Controlled
Exposure limit. FCC rules require compliance for Passengers and Bystanders to the FCC General
Population/Uncontrolled limits.
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Appendix A - Illustration of Antenna Locations and Test Distances
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62 cm Trunk Distance
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Seat scan areas
(Applicable to both front and back seats)
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Appendix B - Probe Calibration Certificates
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Appendix C - Photos of Assessed Antennas
(Refer to Exhibit 7B)
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Appendix DMPE Measurement Results
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MPE measurement data for Bystander
20 cm 40 cm 60 cm
80 cm 100 cm 120 cm 140 cm 160 cm 180 cm 200 cm
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 BS 0.056 0.027 0.053 0.161 0.414 0.499 0.451 0.303 0.164 0.081 0.5 0.221 0.104 0.11
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 BS 0.052 0.026 0.056 0.157 0.432 0.533 0.464 0.293 0.166 0.077 0.5 0.226 0.107 0.11
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 418.0625 30 29.2 CW E0.95 BS 0.045 0.020 0.038 0.216 0.486 0.641 0.543 0.280 0.154 0.075 0.5 0.250 0.119 0.12
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 430.0000 30 29.0 CW E0.96 BS 0.060 0.017 0.055 0.247 0.471 0.620 0.568 0.330 0.141 0.061 0.5 0.257 0.123 0.13
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 BS 0.030 0.028 0.071 0.254 0.463 0.646 0.585 0.382 0.230 0.099 0.5 0.279 0.135 0.14
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 BS 0.025 0.033 0.075 0.213 0.359 0.571 0.548 0.362 0.195 0.112 0.5 0.249 0.122 0.12
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 BS 0.017 0.036 0.062 0.183 0.288 0.528 0.500 0.367 0.193 0.142 0.5 0.232 0.114 0.12
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 BS 0.010 0.005 0.010 0.030 0.081 0.369 0.369 0.346 0.177 0.217 0.5 0.161 0.076 0.08
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 413.1000 30 28.6 CW E0.95 BS 0.014 0.007 0.012 0.045 0.115 0.402 0.398 0.325 0.165 0.197 0.5 0.168 0.080 0.08
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 420.0000 30 29.1 CW E0.95 BS 0.013 0.006 0.008 0.043 0.093 0.263 0.263 0.182 0.100 0.115 0.5 0.109 0.052 0.05
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 BS 0.001 0.005 0.010 0.042 0.167 0.479 0.517 0.288 0.120 0.180 0.5 0.181 0.088 0.09
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 BS 0.004 0.006 0.013 0.042 0.139 0.395 0.396 0.240 0.096 0.152 0.5 0.148 0.072 0.07
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 BS 0.005 0.008 0.008 0.027 0.086 0.282 0.288 0.180 0.076 0.141 0.5 0.110 0.054 0.05
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 445.0000 30 29.2 CW E0.97 BS 0.010 0.006 0.008 0.055 0.035 0.138 0.324 0.330 0.259 0.215 0.5 0.138 0.067 0.07
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 457.5000 30 29.3 CW E0.97 BS 0.014 0.015 0.022 0.092 0.099 0.240 0.371 0.354 0.198 0.138 0.5 0.154 0.075 0.08
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 BS 0.012 0.017 0.021 0.072 0.115 0.276 0.366 0.329 0.152 0.126 0.5 0.149 0.073 0.07
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg . over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Bystander (BS) Positions
Probe
Cal.
Factor
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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MPE measurement data for Bystander
20 cm 40 cm 60 cm 80 cm 100 cm 120 cm 140 cm 160 cm 180 cm 200 cm
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 BS 0.057 0.027 0.056 0.164 0.429 0.494 0.444 0.274 0.128 0.059 0.5 0.213 0.100 0.10
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 BS 0.057 0.027 0.054 0.170 0.467 0.544 0.468 0.278 0.136 0.056 0.5 0.226 0.107 0.11
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 422.0938 30 29.4 CW E0.95 BS 0.051 0.021 0.045 0.238 0.528 0.675 0.558 0.272 0.109 0.042 0.5 0.254 0.121 0.12
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 438.0625 30 29.4 CW E0.96 BS 0.048 0.021 0.063 0.240 0.452 0.602 0.516 0.307 0.132 0.047 0.5 0.243 0.117 0.12
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 454.0313 30 29.4 CW E0.97 BS 0.026 0.029 0.078 0.254 0.426 0.550 0.480 0.278 0.156 0.067 0.5 0.234 0.114 0.12
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 BS 0.018 0.039 0.075 0.189 0.298 0.497 0.428 0.257 0.113 0.068 0.5 0.198 0.097 0.10
WC 45
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 BS 0.033 0.048 0.103 0.117 0.174 0.245 0.275 0.231 0.175 0.116 0.5 0.152 0.074 0.08
WC 90
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 BS 0.039 0.032 0.051 0.032 0.082 0.163 0.231 0.210 0.158 0.099 0.5 0.110 0.053 0.06
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Bystander (BS) Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg . over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Probe
Cal.
Factor
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MPE measurement data for Passenger
Head Chest
Lower
Trunk
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 PB 0.409 0.195 0.175 0.5 0.260 0.122 0.12
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PB 0.279 0.143 0.168 0.5 0.197 0.093 0.09
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 418.0625 30 29.2 CW E0.95 PB 0.384 0.182 0.075 0.5 0.214 0.102 0.10
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 430.0000 30 29.0 CW E0.96 PB 0.238 0.216 0.197 0.5 0.217 0.104 0.11
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 PB 0.363 0.252 0.229 0.5 0.281 0.136 0.14
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 PB 0.428 0.146 0.066 0.5 0.213 0.104 0.11
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PB 0.332 0.160 0.105 0.5 0.199 0.098 0.10
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PB 0.143 0.050 0.042 0.5 0.078 0.037 0.04
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 413.1000 30 28.6 CW E0.95 PB 0.181 0.049 0.034 0.5 0.088 0.042 0.04
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 420.0000 30 29.1 CW E0.95 PB 0.120 0.055 0.046 0.5 0.074 0.035 0.04
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 PB 0.220 0.211 0.159 0.5 0.197 0.095 0.10
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 PB 0.264 0.084 0.049 0.5 0.132 0.065 0.07
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PB 0.129 0.079 0.033 0.5 0.080 0.039 0.04
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor
Passenger Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg. over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
FCC ID: ABZ99FT4092 / IC: 109AB-99FT4092 SR11321
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MPE measurement data for Passenger
Head Chest
Lower
Trunk
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 445.0000 30 29.2 CW E0.97 PB 0.056 0.043 0.024 0.5 0.041 0.020 0.02
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 457.5000 30 29.3 CW E0.97 PB 0.187 0.056 0.049 0.5 0.097 0.047 0.05
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PB 0.114 0.076 0.048 0.5 0.079 0.039 0.04
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 PB 0.584 0.195 0.237 0.5 0.339 0.160 0.16
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PB 0.451 0.152 0.190 0.5 0.264 0.125 0.13
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 422.0938 30 29.4 CW E0.95 PB 0.349 0.181 0.215 0.5 0.248 0.118 0.12
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 438.0625 30 29.4 CW E0.96 PB 0.464 0.299 0.203 0.5 0.322 0.155 0.16
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 454.0313 30 29.4 CW E0.97 PB 0.383 0.213 0.160 0.5 0.252 0.123 0.13
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PB 0.262 0.154 0.081 0.5 0.166 0.081 0.08
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 PF 0.100 0.065 0.164 0.5 0.110 0.052 0.05
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PF 0.099 0.058 0.114 0.5 0.090 0.043 0.04
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 418.0625 30 29.2 CW E0.95 PF 0.070 0.034 0.067 0.5 0.057 0.027 0.03
Trunk
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 430.0000 30 29.0 CW E0.96 PF 0.082 0.019 0.134 0.5 0.078 0.038 0.04
E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Passenger Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg. over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
FCC ID: ABZ99FT4092 / IC: 109AB-99FT4092 SR11321
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MPE measurement data for Passenger
Head Chest
Lower
Trunk
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 PF 0.119 0.193 0.117 0.5 0.143 0.069 0.07
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 PF 0.040 0.126 0.123 0.5 0.096 0.047 0.05
Trunk
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PF 0.074 0.066 0.064 0.5 0.068 0.033 0.03
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PF 0.021 0.020 0.043 0.5 0.028 0.013 0.01
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 413.1000 30 28.6 CW E0.95 PF 0.021 0.014 0.018 0.5 0.018 0.008 0.01
Trunk
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 420.0000 30 29.1 CW E0.95 PF 0.014 0.010 0.016 0.5 0.013 0.006 0.01
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 PF 0.059 0.115 0.051 0.5 0.075 0.036 0.04
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 PF 0.025 0.060 0.044 0.5 0.043 0.021 0.02
Trunk
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PF 0.034 0.027 0.021 0.5 0.027 0.013 0.01
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 445.0000 30 29.2 CW E0.97 PF 0.013 0.016 0.009 0.5 0.013 0.006 0.01
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 457.5000 30 29.3 CW E0.97 PF 0.015 0.051 0.025 0.5 0.030 0.015 0.02
Trunk
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PF 0.021 0.028 0.015 0.5 0.021 0.010 0.01
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg. over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Passenger Positions
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
Probe Cal.
Factor
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
FCC ID: ABZ99FT4092 / IC: 109AB-99FT4092 SR11321
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MPE measurement data for Passenger
Head Chest
Lower
Trunk
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 PF 0.098 0.062 0.152 0.5 0.104 0.049 0.05
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PF 0.089 0.056 0.119 0.5 0.088 0.042 0.04
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 422.0938 30 29.4 CW E0.95 PF 0.067 0.043 0.102 0.5 0.071 0.034 0.03
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 438.0625 30 29.4 CW E0.96 PF 0.104 0.039 0.101 0.5 0.081 0.039 0.04
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 454.0313 30 29.4 CW E0.97 PF 0.109 0.220 0.146 0.5 0.158 0.077 0.08
Trunk
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PF 0.092 0.062 0.073 0.5 0.076 0.037 0.04
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Passenger Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg . over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Probe Cal.
Factor
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
FCC ID: ABZ99FT4092 / IC: 109AB-99FT4092 SR11321
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MPE measurement data for Bystander
20 cm 40 cm 60 cm 80 cm 100 cm 120 cm 140 cm 160 cm 180 cm 200 cm
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 BS 0.008 0.004 0.010 0.014 0.027 0.061 0.099 0.122 0.141 0.142 0.5 0.063 0.030 0.03
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 BS 0.006 0.004 0.009 0.013 0.027 0.061 0.102 0.129 0.155 0.154 0.5 0.066 0.031 0.03
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 418.0625 30 29.2 CW E0.95 BS 0.004 0.007 0.010 0.022 0.036 0.066 0.094 0.123 0.154 0.167 0.5 0.068 0.032 0.03
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 430.0000 30 29.0 CW E0.96 BS 0.004 0.005 0.010 0.023 0.032 0.052 0.072 0.109 0.153 0.169 0.5 0.063 0.030 0.03
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 BS 0.003 0.006 0.010 0.022 0.031 0.052 0.087 0.138 0.192 0.203 0.5 0.074 0.036 0.04
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 BS 0.003 0.005 0.011 0.026 0.035 0.047 0.089 0.135 0.174 0.196 0.5 0.072 0.035 0.04
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 BS 0.002 0.005 0.009 0.025 0.031 0.044 0.099 0.159 0.207 0.212 0.5 0.079 0.039 0.04
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 BS 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.011 0.038 0.089 0.145 0.155 0.5 0.044 0.021 0.02
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 413.1000 30 28.6 CW E0.95 BS 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.012 0.037 0.089 0.154 0.165 0.5 0.046 0.022 0.02
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 420.0000 30 29.1 CW E0.95 BS 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.003 0.008 0.020 0.049 0.092 0.102 0.5 0.028 0.013 0.01
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 BS 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.005 0.008 0.022 0.070 0.143 0.197 0.175 0.5 0.062 0.030 0.03
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 BS 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.005 0.011 0.023 0.055 0.114 0.167 0.155 0.5 0.053 0.026 0.03
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 BS 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.005 0.007 0.012 0.035 0.081 0.123 0.117 0.5 0.038 0.019 0.02
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Bystander (BS) Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg . over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Probe
Cal.
Factor
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
FCC ID: ABZ99FT4092 / IC: 109AB-99FT4092 SR11321
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MPE measurement data for Bystander
20 cm 40 cm 60 cm 80 cm 100 cm 120 cm 140 cm 160 cm 180 cm 200 cm
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 445.0000 30 29.2 CW E0.97 BS 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.003 0.002 0.002 0.007 0.046 0.119 0.165 0.5 0.035 0.017 0.02
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 457.5000 30 29.3 CW E0.97 BS 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.003 0.004 0.006 0.033 0.100 0.189 0.210 0.5 0.055 0.027 0.03
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 BS 0.000 0.001 0.002 0.005 0.006 0.010 0.038 0.110 0.197 0.199 0.5 0.057 0.028 0.03
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 BS 0.006 0.006 0.011 0.015 0.028 0.059 0.107 0.127 0.148 0.151 0.5 0.066 0.031 0.03
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 BS 0.006 0.006 0.009 0.012 0.027 0.069 0.113 0.134 0.152 0.158 0.5 0.069 0.032 0.03
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 422.0938 30 29.4 CW E0.95 BS 0.005 0.004 0.010 0.022 0.045 0.076 0.089 0.114 0.154 0.168 0.5 0.069 0.033 0.03
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 438.0625 30 29.4 CW E0.96 BS 0.003 0.004 0.011 0.024 0.034 0.053 0.087 0.139 0.176 0.184 0.5 0.072 0.034 0.04
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 454.0313 30 29.4 CW E0.97 BS 0.004 0.005 0.009 0.022 0.037 0.066 0.104 0.141 0.175 0.170 0.5 0.073 0.036 0.04
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 BS 0.002 0.006 0.010 0.027 0.032 0.048 0.093 0.142 0.185 0.178 0.5 0.072 0.036 0.04
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Fre q
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Bystander (BS) Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg . over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Probe
Cal.
Factor
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
FCC ID: ABZ99FT4092 / IC: 109AB-99FT4092 SR11321
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MPE measurement data for Passenger
Head Chest
Lower
Trunk
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 PB 0.053 0.028 0.046 0.5 0.042 0.020 0.020
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PB 0.043 0.026 0.043 0.5 0.037 0.018 0.018
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 418.0625 30 29.2 CW E0.95 PB 0.057 0.036 0.037 0.5 0.043 0.021 0.021
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 430.0000 30 29.0 CW E0.96 PB 0.023 0.078 0.063 0.5 0.055 0.026 0.027
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 PB 0.055 0.098 0.043 0.5 0.065 0.032 0.033
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 PB 0.044 0.059 0.030 0.5 0.044 0.022 0.022
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PB 0.035 0.064 0.018 0.5 0.039 0.019 0.019
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PB 0.007 0.007 0.006 0.5 0.007 0.003 0.003
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 413.1000 30 28.6 CW E0.95 BS 0.007 0.008 0.008 0.5 0.008 0.004 0.004
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 420.0000 30 29.1 CW E0.95 PB 0.005 0.006 0.007 0.5 0.006 0.003 0.003
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 PB 0.007 0.016 0.006 0.5 0.010 0.005 0.005
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 PB 0.007 0.007 0.003 0.5 0.006 0.003 0.003
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PB 0.004 0.008 0.002 0.5 0.005 0.002 0.002
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Passenger Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg . over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Probe Cal.
Factor
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
FCC ID: ABZ99FT4092 / IC: 109AB-99FT4092 SR11321
Form-MPE Auto Vehicle rpt. Rev 7.6 Page 39 of 40
MPE measurement data for Passenger
Head Chest
Lower
Trunk
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 445.0000 30 29.2 CW E0.97 PB 0.005 0.005 0.003 0.5 0.004 0.002 0.002
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 457.5000 30 29.3 CW E0.97 PB 0.008 0.004 0.005 0.5 0.006 0.003 0.003
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PB 0.006 0.012 0.003 0.5 0.007 0.003 0.003
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 PB 0.063 0.058 0.058 0.5 0.060 0.028 0.029
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PB 0.060 0.056 0.063 0.5 0.060 0.028 0.029
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 422.0938 30 29.4 CW E0.95 PB 0.036 0.062 0.038 0.5 0.045 0.022 0.022
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 438.0625 30 29.4 CW E0.96 PB 0.027 0.053 0.042 0.5 0.041 0.020 0.020
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 454.0313 30 29.4 CW E0.97 PB 0.041 0.049 0.039 0.5 0.043 0.021 0.021
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PB 0.027 0.052 0.016 0.5 0.032 0.016 0.016
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 PF 0.030 0.038 0.059 0.5 0.042 0.020 0.020
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PF 0.027 0.029 0.061 0.5 0.039 0.018 0.019
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 418.0625 30 29.2 CW E0.95 PF 0.013 0.015 0.046 0.5 0.025 0.012 0.012
Roof
HAE4002A
(403 - 430 MHz)
2.15 430.0000 30 29.0 CW E0.96 PF 0.017 0.007 0.027 0.5 0.017 0.008 0.008
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 PF 0.034 0.021 0.065 0.5 0.040 0.019 0.020
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 PF 0.023 0.011 0.099 0.5 0.044 0.022 0.022
Roof
HAE4003A
(450 - 470 MHz)
2.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PF 0.014 0.012 0.062 0.5 0.029 0.014 0.015
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Passenger Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg . over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Probe Cal.
Factor
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
FCC ID: ABZ99FT4092 / IC: 109AB-99FT4092 SR11321
Form-MPE Auto Vehicle rpt. Rev 7.6 Page 40 of 40
MPE measurement data for Passenger
Head Chest
Lower
Trunk
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PF 0.005 0.005 0.005 0.5 0.005 0.002 0.002
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 413.1000 30 28.6 CW E0.95 PF 0.003 0.003 0.005 0.5 0.004 0.002 0.002
Roof
HAE4010A
(406 - 420 MHz)
5.65 420.0000 30 29.1 CW E0.95 PF 0.004 0.001 0.004 0.5 0.003 0.001 0.001
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 450.1250 30 29.0 CW E0.97 PF 0.007 0.003 0.012 0.5 0.007 0.004 0.004
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 460.1250 30 29.3 CW E0.98 PF 0.005 0.002 0.024 0.5 0.010 0.005 0.005
Roof
HAE4011A
(450 - 470 MHz)
5.65 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PF 0.003 0.001 0.010 0.5 0.005 0.002 0.002
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 445.0000 30 29.2 CW E0.97 PF 0.002 0.001 0.003 0.5 0.002 0.001 0.001
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 457.5000 30 29.3 CW E0.97 PF 0.009 0.002 0.013 0.5 0.008 0.004 0.004
Roof
RAE4004ARB
(445 - 470 MHz)
7.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PF 0.005 0.003 0.013 0.5 0.007 0.003 0.003
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 403.0000 30 29.5 CW E0.94 PF 0.029 0.037 0.064 0.5 0.043 0.020 0.021
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 406.1250 30 29.4 CW E0.94 PF 0.023 0.030 0.071 0.5 0.041 0.020 0.020
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 422.0938 30 29.4 CW E0.95 PF 0.015 0.015 0.036 0.5 0.022 0.010 0.011
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 438.0625 30 29.4 CW E0.96 PF 0.018 0.014 0.023 0.5 0.018 0.009 0.009
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 454.0313 30 29.4 CW E0.97 PF 0.038 0.014 0.063 0.5 0.038 0.019 0.019
Roof
HAE 6022A
(403 - 527 MHz)
4.15 470.0000 30 29.6 CW E0.98 PF 0.017 0.016 0.060 0.5 0.031 0.015 0.015
Calc. P.D.
(mW/
cm2)
Max Calc.
P.D. (mW/
cm2)
Ant Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr (W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
Passenger Positions
DUT Max.
TX Factor
Avg . over
Body
(mW/
cm2)
Probe Cal.
Factor
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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