271410 Marine Radar Test Report FCC Part 87 ICOM Incorporated

ICOM Incorporated Marine Radar

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Test Report
Prepared for: Icom Incorporated
Model: MR1010-RII
Description: Marine Radar
Serial Number: 00000120
FCC ID: AFJ271410
To
FCC Part 80
Date of Issue: July 5, 2018
On the behalf of the applicant:
Icom Incorporated
1-1-32 Kamiminami Hirano-ku
Osaka 547-0003
Japan
Attention of:
Atsushi Tomiyama, General Manager of QA Department
Ph: +81 6 6793 8424
E-Mail: world_support@icom.co.jp
Prepared by
Compliance Testing, LLC
1724 S. Nevada Way
Mesa, AZ 85204
(480) 926-3100 phone / (480) 926-3598 fax
www.compliancetesting.com
Project No: p1840018
Greg Corbin
Project Test Engineer
This report may not be reproduced, except in full, without written permission from Compliance Testing.
All results contained herein relate only to the sample tested.
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Test Report Revision History
Revision
Date
Revised By
Reason for Revision
1.0
June 24, 2018
Greg Corbin
Original Document
Greg Corbin
Added sub-paragraph reference to output power
on test summary table on page 6.
Added reference to ANSI C63.26-2015 to page 5.
Added type of emission to page 5
Revised the units for PEP in the output power table
from watts to kwatts on page 8
2.0
July 3, 2018
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Table of Contents
Description
Page
Standard Test Conditions Engineering Practices.................................................... 5
Test Results Summary ............................................................................................ 6
Modulation Requirements ....................................................................................... 7
Output Power (Conducted)...................................................................................... 8
Conducted Spurious Emissions .............................................................................. 9
Conducted Spurious Emissions Test Results ....................................................... 10
Radiated Spurious Emissions ................................................................................. 11
Radiated Spurious Emissions Test Results .......................................................... 12
Emission Masks (Occupied Bandwidth) ................................................................ 13
Occupied Bandwidth ............................................................................................. 14
Frequency Stability (Temperature Variation) ........................................................ 15
Frequency Stability (Temperature Variation) Measurement Results .................... 16
Frequency Stability (Voltage Variation) ................................................................. 17
Test Equipment Utilized ........................................................................................ 18
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ILAC / A2LA
Compliance Testing, LLC, has been accredited in accordance with the recognized International Standard ISO/IEC
17025:2005. This accreditation demonstrates technical competence for a defined scope and the operation of a laboratory
quality management system (refer joint ISO-ILAC-IAF Communiqué dated January 2009).
The tests results contained within this test report all fall within our scope of accreditation, unless noted in the table below
Please refer to http://www.compliancetesting.com/labscope.html for current scope of accreditation.
Testing Certificate Number: 2152.01
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N/A
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Standard Test Conditions Engineering Practices
Except as noted herein, the following conditions and procedures were observed during the testing:
All tests and measurement data shown were performed in accordance with FCC Rules and Regulations, Volume II; Part 2,
Sub-part J, Sections 2.947, 2.1033(c), 2.1041, 2.1046, 2.1047, 2.1051, 2.1053, 2.1055, 2.1057 and the following individual
Parts: FCC Part 80, ANSI C63.26-2015.
Measurement results, unless otherwise noted, are worst-case measurements.
Environmental Conditions
Temperature
(ºC)
Humidity
(%)
Pressure
(mbar)
26.1 – 31.1
18.4 – 25.5
960.9 – 967.4
EUT Description
Model: MR1010-RII
Description: Marine Radar
Serial Number: 00000120
Additional Information: The EUT is a 4kW Radome Scanner Marine Radar operating at 9.4 GHz.
The radar operates from 10.2 – 42 volts DC. There is a 10 inch color TFT display that is used to control the radar and
display the radar images. The RF output going to the antenna port is WR90 waveguide.
Type of emission = PON
Refer to Table 1 for pulse width and repetition rates for different distances.
Table 1 – Pulse Width/repetition rate vs distance
Instruction Manual Specifications
Measured PW and PRR
Pulse Repetition Rate
Pulse Repetition Rate
Nautical
Pulse Width
Pulse Width
Miles
(ns)
(ns)
(Hz)
(u)s
(us)
(Hz)
1/8
1/4
1/2
80
80
80
2160
2160
2160
462.96
462.96
462.96
90
90
90
465
463.75
467.5
2150.54
2156.33
2139.04
3/4
1 1/2
80
80
80
1440
1440
1440
694.44
694.44
694.44
90
90
90
700
703.75
703.75
1428.57
1420.96
1420.96
250
1440
694.44
225
700
1428.57
350
1440
694.44
330
697.5
1433.69
12
16
24
32
36
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
720
720
720
720
720
720
720
720
1388.89
1388.89
1388.89
1388.89
1388.89
1388.89
1388.89
1388.89
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
1400
1408
1405
1405
1397
1400
1402
1405
714.29
710.23
711.74
711.74
715.82
714.29
713.27
711.74
EUT Operation during Tests
The EUT was tested at 12 vdc under normal operation.
There was a waveguide coupler and 30 dB attenuator connected to the output for all tests unless otherwise noted for
individual tests.
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Test Results Summary
Specification
2.1047
80.213(g)
2.1046
80.215 (a)
2.1051
80.211(f)
2.1053
80.211(f)
2.1049
80.205
2.1049
80.205
2.1055
80.209(b)
2.1055,
80.209(b)
Test Name
Pass,
Fail, N/A
Modulation Requirements
Pass
Output Power (Conducted)
Pass
Conducted Spurious Emissions
Pass
Radiated Spurious Emissions
Pass
Emission Masks
Pass
Occupied Bandwidth
Pass
Frequency Stability (Temperature
Variation)
Pass
Frequency Stability (Voltage Variation)
Pass
Comments
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Modulation Requirements
Engineer: Greg Corbin
Test Date: 6/23/2018
Test Procedure
The EUT was setup as shown.
The Pulse Width and Pulse Repetition Rate was measured for each nautical mile setting using a Real Time Spectrum
Analyzer set to the zero-span mode.
The waveguide coupler, 30 dB attenuator and RF cable insertion loss correction factors was input to the spectrum
analyzer as correction factors or reference level offsets before recording the emission mask data.
Test Setup
EUT
40 dB Waveguide Coupler
50 ohm
Termination
30 dB
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
Nautical Mile
Pulse Width
(usec)
Pulse Repetition Rate
(usec)
Pulse Repetition Frequency
(Hz)
1/8
1/4
1/2
3/4
1 1/2
12
16
24
32
36
90
90
90
90
90
90
225
330
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
465
463.75
467.5
700
703.75
703.75
700
697.5
1400
1408
1405
1405
1397
1400
1402
1405
2150.54
2156.33
2139.04
1428.57
1420.96
1420.96
1428.57
1433.69
714.29
710.23
711.74
711.74
715.82
714.29
713.27
711.74
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Output Power (Conducted)
Engineer: Greg Corbin
Test Date: 6/23/2018
Test Procedure
The channel power was measured for each distance listed in the table below.
The channel power was measured using the channel power tool on the spectrum analyzer with the integration bandwidth
set to the measured occupied bandwidth.
The following formulas were utilized.
Duty Cycle Correction Factor (DCCR) =10*LOG10(1/(PW/((PRR*1000)+PW)))
PEP (peak envelope power) = Channel Power + DCCR
Test Setup
40 dB Waveguide Coupler
EUT
50 ohm
Termination
30 dB
Attenuator
Nautical
Mile
(nm)
Pulse
width
(ns)
Pulse Rep.
Rate
(Hz)
Occupied
BW
(MHz)
1/8
1/4
1/2
3/4
1 1/2
12
16
24
32
36
90
90
90
90
90
90
225
330
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
465
463.75
467.5
700
703.75
703.75
700
697.5
1400
1408
1405
1405
1397
1400
1402
1405
27.225
27.325
27.775
27.125
27.175
26.975
17.6
13.375
10.35
11.2
10.5
10.45
10.15
10.4
9.95
10.375
Measured
Channel Power
dBm
watt
27.8
0.6026
27.79
0.6012
27.81
0.6039
26.12
0.4093
26.11
0.4083
26.14
0.4111
31.11
1.2912
32.64
1.8365
33.98
2.5003
33.99
2.5061
34
2.5119
34.02
2.5235
34.08
2.5586
34.05
2.5410
34.02
2.5235
34.07
2.5527
Spectrum
Analyzer
DCCR
(dB)
37.1329
37.1213
37.1562
38.9091
38.9323
38.9323
34.9306
33.2524
31.9216
31.9464
31.9371
31.9371
31.9123
31.9216
31.9278
31.9371
Calculated
PEP
dBm
kwatt
64.9329
3.1138
64.9113
3.0983
64.9662
3.1378
65.0291
3.1835
65.0423
3.1932
65.0723
3.2154
66.0406
4.0184
65.8924
3.8836
65.9016
3.8919
65.9364
3.9232
65.9371
3.9238
65.9571
3.9420
65.9923
3.9741
65.9716
3.9552
65.9478
3.9335
66.0071
3.9876
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Conducted Spurious Emissions
Engineer: Greg Corbin
Test Date: 6/19/2018
Test Procedure
Conducted spurious emissions were measured at the waveguide RF output as follows.
Spurious emissions were measured for each combination of PW/PRR and are referenced by the distance; 0.125, 1, 2, 3,
36 nautical miles.
RBW below 1 GHz = 100 kHz
RBW above 1 GHz = 1 MHz
When used, the waveguide coupler, 30 dB attenuator and RF cable insertion loss correction factors was input to the
spectrum analyzer as correction factors or reference level offsets before recording the spurious emissions data.
From 30 MHz to 12.4 GHz the waveguide coupler and 30 dB attenuator were installed and the spurious was measured at
the 30 dB attenuator output.
From 12.4 – 40 GHz, waveguide taper sections were installed at the EUT WR90 output.
From 12.4 – 18 GHz the waveguide coupler was removed and the 30 dB attenuator was moved to the waveguide taper
output.
From 18 – 40 GHz, the 30 dB attenuator was removed and the spurious emissions were measured at the output of each
taper section.
The following waveguide taper sections were used.
Waveguide Taper sections
Measured Frequency
(GHz)
Waveguide
Flange
Frequency
Range
(GHz)
Waveguide
Flange
Frequency Range
(GHz)
12.4 – 18
WR90
8.2 – 12.4
WR62
12.4 – 18
18 – 26.5
WR62
12.4 – 18
WR42
18 – 26.5
26.5 – 40
WR42
18 – 26.5
WR28
26.5 - 40
Test Setup
40 dB Waveguide Coupler
EUT
Waveguide Taper Section
12.4 – 18 GHz
30 dB
Attenuator
50 ohm
Termination
Spectrum
Analyzer
Waveguide Taper Section
18 – 26.5 GHz
Waveguide Taper Section
26 – 40 GHz
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Conducted Spurious Emissions Test Results
Nautical
Miles
Frequency Range
GHz
0.125
36
0.125
36
0.125
36
0.125
36
0.125
0.125
36
36
0.010 - 1000
0.010 - 1000
0.010 - 1000
0.010 - 1000
0.010 - 1000
1 - 12.4
1 - 12.4
1 - 12.4
1 - 12.4
1 - 12.4
12.4 - 18
12.4 - 18
12.4 - 18
12.4 - 18
12.4 - 18
18 - 26.5
18 - 26.5
18 - 26.5
18 - 26.5
18 - 26.5
26.5 - 40, 3rd Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 4th Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 3rd Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 4th Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 3rd Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 4th Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 3rd Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 4th Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 3rd Harmonic
26.5 - 40, 4th Harmonic
Measured Spurious
Emission
(Peak)
MHz
dBm
714.2
-40.7
969.11
-41.1
640
-40.4
915.38
-40.5
910.99
-41.1
11298
-13.5
11282.7
-14.3
11232.9
-14.5
11062.3
-14.1
11334.6
-14.1
16382.4
-21.8
13506.9
-21.1
16250.5
-21.3
17286.9
-21.1
13887.4
-20.8
25487.3
-47.7
24835.5
-48.4
25649.1
-48.1
24770.1
-48
24807.5
-47.8
28253.2
-15
36375.7
-23.2
28252.7
-15.2
37674.2
-23.4
28250.5
-1.3
38661.5
-15.1
28248.1
2.4
37658.6
-12.2
28240.8
11.2
37651.2
-2.5
DCCF
dB
Final Spurious
Emissions (avg)
dBm
Limit
dBm
Pass /
Fail
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-77.8
-80
-75.3
-73.8
-73
-50.6
-53.2
-49.4
-47.4
-46
-58.9
-60
-56.2
-54.4
-52.7
-84.8
-87.3
-83
-81.3
-79.7
-52.1
-62.1
-50.1
-56.7
-33.2
-52.2
-36.5
-47.1
-22.1
-34.4
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
All spurious emissions were below the -13 dBm limit.
No other spurious emissions were observed.
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Radiated Spurious Emissions
Engineer: Greg Corbin
Test Date: 6/24/2018
Test Procedure
The EUT was tested in a semi-anechoic chamber with the turntable set 3m from the receiving antenna.
A spectrum analyzer was used to verify that the EUT met the requirements for Radiated Emissions.
The EUT was tested by rotating it 360 degrees with the antenna in both the vertical and horizontal orientation while raised
from 1 to 4 meters to ensure that the signal levels were maximized.
Spurious emissions were measured for each combination of PW/PRR and are referenced by the distance; 0.125, 1, 2, 3,
36 nautical miles.
Per 80.211(f), the spurious emissions are referenced to the mean (avg) power.
The peak emissions were measured and the average emission was calculated and compared to the limit.
The following formula was used for calculating the limits:
Duty Cycle Correction Factor (DCCR) =10*LOG10(1/(PW/((PRR*1000)+PW)))
Final Spurious emissions (avg) = Measured Spurious (Peak) + Antenna Corr Factor + Cable Corr Factor - DCCF
Radiated Spurious Emissions Limit
Wideband = P1 – (43+ 10Log(P2)) = -13dBm
P1 = power in dBm
P2 = power in Watts
The RBW was set to 100 kHz for measurements below 1 GHz and 1 MHz for measurements above 1 GHz.
The VBW was set to 3 times the RBW.
Test Setup
EUT
40 dB Waveguide
Coupler
50 ohm
Term
Antenna
30 dB
Atten
Spectrum
Analyzer
50 ohm
Term
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Radiated Spurious Emissions Test Results
Nautical
Miles
0.125
36
0.125
36
0.125
0.125
36
36
Frequency
Range
GHz
30 - 1000
30 - 1000
30 - 1000
30 - 1000
30 - 1000
1 - 18
1 - 18
1 - 18
1 - 18
1 - 18
18 - 40
18 - 40
18 - 40
18 - 40
18 - 40
18 - 40
18 - 40
18 - 40
18 - 40
18 - 40
Measured
Spurious Emission
(Peak)
MHz
dBm
Antenna
Correction
Factor
dB
180.5
179.5
546.6
188.3
182.4
1387
1140
2968
2518
2479
18840
28270
18840
28270
18840
28270
18840
28270
18840
28270
-33.7
-33
-38.2
-38.6
-37
-48.2
-48.3
-50.7
-49
-49.6
-51.5
-62.6
-50.5
-62.3
-45
-52.4
-42.2
-53.1
-37.9
-49.7
25.2
24.9
29.9
28.7
28.7
44.8
46.4
44.8
46.4
44.8
46.4
44.8
46.4
44.8
46.4
Cable
Correction
Factor
dB
DCCF
dB
3.1
2.9
4.8
4.3
4.3
4.9
7.1
4.9
7.1
4.9
7.1
4.9
7.1
4.9
7.1
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
-37.1
-38.9
-34.9
-33.3
-31.9
Final
Spurious
Emissions
(avg)
dBm
-70.8
-71.9
-73.1
-71.9
-68.9
-57
-59.4
-50.9
-49.3
-48.5
-38.9
-48
-35.7
-42.1
-27.2
-36
-31.4
-34.5
-21.5
-28.1
Limit
dBm
Pass /
Fail
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
-13
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Below 1 GHz, the antenna and cable correction factors were input to the spectrum analyzer before recording the peak
measurement.
Above 1 GHz the antenna and cable correction factors were added to the peak measurement in the test results table.
All spurious emissions were below the -13 dBm limit.
No other spurious emissions were observed.
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Emission Masks (Occupied Bandwidth)
Engineer: Greg Corbin
Test Date: 6/23/2018
Test Procedure
The EUT was setup as shown.
The spurious emissions is referenced to the mean power per 80.211(f)
Emission masks were measured for each combination of PW/PRR and are referenced by the distance; 0.125, 1, 2, 3, 36
nautical miles.
The reference level was set to the channel power + the Duty Cycle Correction Factor so the mask could be displayed
using a peak detector.
The waveguide coupler, 30 dB attenuator and RF cable insertion loss correction factors was input to the spectrum
analyzer as correction factors or reference level offsets before recording the emission mask data.
The RBW was set between 1 – 5% of the occupied bandwidth.
Test Setup
EUT
40 dB Waveguide Coupler
50 ohm
Termination
30 dB
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
Refer to Annex A for Emission Mask test data
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Occupied Bandwidth
Engineer: Greg Corbin
Test Date: 6/12/2018
Test Procedure
The EUT was setup as shown.
Emission masks were measured for each combination of PW/PRR and are referenced by the distance in nautical miles.
The waveguide coupler, 30 dB attenuator and RF cable insertion loss correction factors was input to the spectrum
analyzer as correction factors or reference level offsets before recording the occupied bandwidth data.
Test Setup
EUT
40 dB Waveguide Coupler
50 ohm
Termination
30 dB
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
Refer to Annex B for Occupied Bandwidth test data.
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Frequency Stability (Temperature Variation)
Engineer: Greg Corbin
Test Date: 6/19/2018
Test Procedure
The EUT was placed in an environmental test chamber and the RF output was connected directly to a spectrum analyzer
The temperature was varied from -20ºC to 50ºC in 10ºC increments.
After a sufficient time for temperature stabilization the RF output frequency was measured.
Per part 80.209(b) When pulse modulation is used in land and ship radar stations operating in the bands above 2.4 GHz
the frequency at which maximum emission occurs must be within the authorized bandwidth and must not be closer than
1.5/T MHz to the upper and lower limits of the authorized bandwidth where “T” is the pulse duration in microseconds.
There is no authorized bandwidth for the PON class of emission in section 80.205 Bandwidth.
The frequency band in part 2.106 was used for the authorized Bandwidth
Per part 2.106 the authorized frequency band is 9.2 – 9.5 GHz.
The lower and upper limits were calculated as follows:
Lower limit (MHz)= 9200 + (1/T) MHz
Upper Limit(MHz) = 9500 – (1/T) MHz
T = PW in usec
Test Setup
EUT
40 dB Waveguide Coupler
50 ohm
Termination
30 dB
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
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Frequency Stability (Temperature Variation) Measurement Results
Temperature
(°C)
Nautical Mile
Pulse Width
(usec)
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
10
10
10
10
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
50
50
50
50
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
Measured
Frequency
(GHz)
9.430326923
9.430961538
9.429434615
9.428935577
9.428430769
9.428584615
9.432230769
9.431903846
9.430278846
9.429649038
9.428503846
9.428245192
9.428354808
9.427705769
9.426458654
9.426378846
9.425790385
9.426172115
9.427013462
9.426503846
9.425306731
9.424686538
9.423532692
9.423184615
9.423511538
9.423578846
9.422155769
9.421857692
9.421355769
9.421567308
9.422619231
9.422686538
9.420585577
9.420042308
9.419198077
9.418883654
9.418438462
9.418726923
9.417234615
9.417048077
9.416627885
9.416901923
9.416726923
9.416486538
9.415101923
9.414738462
9.413905769
9.413777885
Lower Limit
(MHz)
Upper limit
(GHz)
Pass / Fail
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
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Frequency Stability (Voltage Variation)
Engineer: Greg Corbin
Test Date: 6/19/2018
Test Procedure
The EUT was placed in a temperature chamber at 20±5°C and connected directly to a spectrum analyzer.
The power supply voltage to the EUT was varied from 85% to 115% of the nominal value and the RF output was
measured.
The rated voltage range for the EUT is 10.2 – 42 vdc.
The lower test input voltage = .85 x 10.2 = 8.67 vdc
The upper test input voltage = 1.15 x 42 = 48.3 vdc.
The system controller shutdown at 45 vdc, so 45 vdc was used as the upper limit.
Test Setup
40 dB Waveguide Coupler
EUT
50 ohm
Termination
30 dB
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
Frequency Stability (Voltage Variation) Measurement Results
Supply
Voltage
(vdc)
8.67
8.67
8.67
8.67
8.67
8.67
45
45
45
45
45
45
Nautical Mile
Pulse Width
(usec)
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
0.250
1.0
2.0
3.0
12.0
36.0
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
90.00
90.00
225.00
330.00
900.00
900.00
Measured
Frequency
(GHz)
9.423569231
9.424122115
9.422247115
9.421819231
9.420767308
9.420629808
9.423292308
9.423513462
9.421217308
9.420955769
9.420481731
9.420964423
Lower Limit
(MHz)
Upper limit
(GHz)
Pass / Fail
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9200.011111111
9200.011111111
9200.004444444
9200.003030303
9200.001111111
9200.001111111
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
9499.988888889
9499.988888889
9499.995555556
9499.996969697
9499.998888889
9499.998888889
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
Pass
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Test Equipment Utilized
Description
Manufacturer
Model Number
CT Asset
Number
Last Cal
Date
Cal Due
Date
Horn Antenna
EMCO
3116
i00085
2/6/17
2/6/19
Horn Antenna
EMCO
3115
i00103
2/3/17
2/3/19
Waveguide Coupler
Narda
1080
i00187
Verified on: 6/12/18
Dummy Load
Narda
320B
i00189
Verified on: 6/12/18
Data Logger
Fluke
Hydra Data Bucket
i00343
5/23/18
5/23/19
Bi-Log Antenna
Schaffner
CBL 6111D
i00349
8/3/16
8/3/18
EMI Analyzer
Agilent
E7405A
i00379
2/13/18
2/13/19
Spectrum Analyzer
Textronix
RSA5126A
i00424
5/9/18
5/9/19
3 Meter SemiAnechoic Chamber
Panashield
3 Meter SemiAnechoic Chamber
i00428
8/15/16
8/15/19
Spectrum Analyzer
Agilent
E4448A
S/N: US44020379
(rental)
12/1/17
12/1/18
Waveguide Taper
Demornay Bonardi
WR90 – WR62
i00538.2
Verified on: 6/12/18
Waveguide Taper
N/A
WR62 – WR42
i00538.3
Verified on: 6/12/18
Waveguide Taper
Demornay Bonardi
WR42 – WR28
i00538.4
Verified on: 6/12/18
Waveguide adapter
Americon
WR62 - SMA
i00538.6
Verified on: 6/12/18
Waveguide adapter
Wiltron
WR42 – 2.92 mm
i00538.7
Verified on: 6/12/18
Waveguide adapter
HP
WR28 – 1.92 mm
S/N: 01806
Verified on: 6/12/18
Waveguide adapter
HP
WR90 – type N
i00188
Verified on: 6/12/18
Attenuator, 30 dB, 50w
Mini-Circuits
BW-N30W50+
i00474
Verified on: 6/12/18
In addition to the above listed equipment standard RF connectors and cables were utilized in the testing of the described
equipment. Prior to testing these components were tested to verify proper operation.
END OF TEST REPORT
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