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Test Report Serial Number:
Test Report Date:
Project Number:
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1436
EMC Test Report - New Filing
Applicant:
Uniden America Corporation
3001 Gateway Drive
Suite 130
Irving, Tx, 75063, USA
FCC ID:
IC Registration Number
AMWUT659
513C-UT659
Product Model Number / HVIN
Product Name / PMN
Atlantis155
Atlantis155
In Accordance With:
CFR Title 47, Part 80 Subpart E, Part 15 Subpart B
Stations in the Maritime Services
RSS-Gen, RSS-182 Issue 5
Maritime Radio Transmitters and Receivers in the Band 156-162.5 MHz
Approved By:
Ben Hewson, President
Celltech Labs Inc.
21-364 Lougheed Rd.
Kelowna, BC, V1X 7R8
Canada
Test Lab Certificate: 2470.01
IC Registration 3874A-1
FCC Registration: CA3874
This report shall not be reproduced in any form without the expressed written consent of Celltech Labs Inc.
© 2016 Celltech Labs Inc,
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Table of Contents
1.0 DOCUMENT CONTROL ................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.0 CLIENT AND DUT INFORMATION .................................................................................................................................. 5
3.0 SCOPE .............................................................................................................................................................................. 6
4.0 TEST RESULT SUMMARY .............................................................................................................................................. 7
5.0 NORMATIVE REFERENCES ........................................................................................................................................... 9
6.0 FACILITIES AND ACCREDITATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 10
7.0 MODULATION RESPONSE - LIMITING ........................................................................................................................ 11
8.0 MODULATION RESPONSE – AUDIO LOW PASS FILTER RESPONSE ..................................................................... 13
9.0 CONDUCTED POWER................................................................................................................................................... 16
10.0 OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH AND EMISSION MASKS ................................................................................................... 18
11.0 CONDUCTED OUT OF BAND SPURIOUS EMISSIONS ............................................................................................ 26
12.0 CONDUCTED OUT OF BAND SPURIOUS EMISSIONS – RESTRICTED BAND ...................................................... 31
13.0 RECEIVER RADIATED EMISSIONS - DOC ................................................................................................................ 35
14.0 FREQUENCY STABILITY............................................................................................................................................. 39
APPENDIX A – TEST SETUP DRAWINGS AND EQUIPMENT .......................................................................................... 41
APPENDIX B – EQUIPMENT LIST AND CALIBRATION ..................................................................................................... 45
APPENDIX C – MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT UNCERTAINTY ..................................................................................... 46
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Table of Figures
Figure A.1 – Test Setup Conducted Measurements ............................................................................................................. 41
Figure A.2 – Test Setup Audio Modulation Response Measurements ................................................................................. 42
Figure A.3 – Test Setup Radiated Emissions Measurements .............................................................................................. 43
Figure A.4 – Test Setup Frequency Stability Measurements ............................................................................................... 44
Table of Plots
Plot 7.1 – Modulation Limiting ............................................................................................................................................... 12
Plot 8.1 – Audio Frequency Response ................................................................................................................................. 14
Plot 8.2 – Audio Low Pass Filter Response .......................................................................................................................... 15
Plot 10.1 – Occupied Bandwidth Channel 1 ......................................................................................................................... 19
Plot 10.2 – Occupied Bandwidth Channel 74 ....................................................................................................................... 20
Plot 10.3 – Occupied Bandwidth Channel 88 ....................................................................................................................... 21
Plot 10.4 – Emission Mask Channel 1 .................................................................................................................................. 22
Plot 10.5 – Emission Mask Channel 74 ................................................................................................................................ 23
Plot 10.6 – Emission Mask Channel 88 ................................................................................................................................ 24
Plot 11.1 – Conducted Out of Band Emissions, 30MHz – 1000MHz, Channel 1 ................................................................. 27
Plot 11.2 – Conducted Out of Band Emissions, Channel 1, 2nd Harmonic ........................................................................... 28
Plot 11.3 – Conducted Out of Band Emissions, Channel 1, 3rd Harmonic............................................................................ 29
Plot 12.1 – Conducted Out of Band Emissions, Restricted Band, Channel 1 ..................................................................... 32
Plot 12.2 – Conducted Out of Band Emissions, Restricted Band, Channel 88 ................................................................... 33
Plot 13.1 – Radiated Spurious Emissions OATS, 30MHz – 1000MHz, Horizontal............................................................... 36
Plot 13.2 – Radiated Spurious Emissions OATS, 30MHz – 1000MHz, Vertical ................................................................... 37
Table of Tables
Table 9.1 - Summary of Conduct Power Measurements ...................................................................................................... 17
Table 9.2 – Compliance to §2.1033(c )(8) ............................................................................................................................ 17
Table 10 - Summary of Occupied Bandwidth and Emission Mask Results .......................................................................... 25
Table 11.1 – Summary of Conducted Out of Band Emissions ............................................................................................. 30
Table 12.1 – Summary of Conducted Out of Band Emissions, Restricted Band.................................................................. 34
Table 13.1 – Summary of Radiated Spurious Emissions ..................................................................................................... 38
Table 14.1 – Summary of Frequency Stability Results ......................................................................................................... 40
Table A.1 – Setup - Conducted Measurements Equipment ................................................................................................. 41
Table A.2 – Setup - Audio Modulation Equipment ................................................................................................................ 42
Table A.3 – Setup - Radiated Emissions Equipment ............................................................................................................ 43
Table A.4 – Setup - Frequency Stability Measurement Equipment ...................................................................................... 44
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1.0 DOCUMENT CONTROL
Revision History
Samples Tested By:
Art Voss, P.Eng.
Date(s) of Evaluation:
29 January - 28 Febrary, 2019
Report Prepared By:
Art Voss, P.Eng.
Report Reviewed By:
Ben Hewson
Report
Revision
1.0
2.0
Description of Revision
Revised
Revised
Section
By
Initial Release
n/a
Revised Operating Frequency Range
Extended Audio Frequency Range
Art Voss
Art Voss
Revision Date
28 February 2019
4 March 2019
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2.0 CLIENT AND DUT INFORMATION
Client Information
Applicant Name
Uniden America Corporation
3001 Gateway Drive
Applicant Address
Irving, TX, 75063
USA
DUT Information
FCC ID: AMWUT659
Device Identifier(s):
ISED ID: 513C-UT659
Device Type:
Portable FM VHF PTT Transceiver
Type of Equipment:
Analog FM Transceiver
Device Model(s) / HVIN:
Atlantis155
Device Marketing Name / PMN:
Atlantis155
Firmware Version ID Number / FVIN:
Host Marketing Name / HMN:
Test Sample Serial No.:
T/A Sample - Identical Prototype
Transmit Frequency Range:
Tx: 156.05 - 157.425MHz, Rx: 156.05 - 162.55MHz
Number of Channels:
60 Channel Programmable
Manuf. Max. Rated Output Power:
30dBm (1W), 34.77 dBm +/- .2dB, (3W)
Manuf. Max. Rated BW/Data Rate:
n/a
Antenna Make and Model:
1/4 Wavelength Stub
Antenna Type and Gain:
-2 dBi
Modulation:
FM
Mode:
Simplex/Duplex
Emission Designator:
16K0F3E
DUT Power Source:
DUT Dimensions [HxWxD] (mm)
Deviation(s) from standard/procedure:
Modification of DUT:
AAA X4, Alkaline, Ni-MH Rechargeable, Li-Ion
H x W x D:
None
None
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3.0 SCOPE
This Certification Report was prepared on behalf of:
Uniden America Corporation
,(the 'Applicant ''), in accordance with the applicable Federal Communications Commission (FCC) CFR 47 and
Innovation, Scientific and Economic Development (ISED) Canada rules parts and regulations (the 'Rules '). The
scope of this investigation was limited to only the equipment, devices and accessories (the 'Equipment ') supplied
by the Applicant . The tests and measurements performed on this Equipment were only those set forth in the
applicable Rules and/or the Test and Measurement Standards they reference. The Rules applied and the Test
and Measurement Standards used during this evaluation appear in the Normative References section of this
report. The limits set forth in the technical requirements of the applicable Rules were applied to the measurement
results obtained during this evaluation and ,unless otherwise noted, these limits were used as the Pass/Fail
criteria. The Pass/Fail statements made in this report apply to only the tests and measurements performed on
only the Equipment tested during this evaluation. Where applicable and permissible, information including test and
measurement data and/or results from previous evaluations of same or similar equipment, devices and/or
accessories may be cited in this report.
As per FCC CFR 47 Part §2.1091 and §2.1093 and Health Canada Safety Code 6, an RF Exposure evaluation
report is required for this Equipment and the results of the RF Exposure evaluation appear in a separate exhibit
from this report.
This Equipment is subject to FCC Declaration of Conformity (DoC). DoC evaluations were performed on this
Equipment and the results of the DoC evaluation appear in a separate exhibit from this report.
Application: New Certification
I attest that the data reported herein is true and accurate w ithin the tolerance of the Measurement
Instrument Uncertainty; that all tests and measurements w ere performed in accordance w ith
accepted practices or procedures; and that all tests and measurements w ere performed by me or
by trained personnel under my direct supervision. The results of this investigation are based
solely on the test sample(s) provided by the client w hich w ere not adjusted, modified or altered in
any manner w hatsoever, except as required to carry out specific tests or measurements. This
test report has been completed in accordance w ith ISO/IEC 17025.
Art Voss, P.Eng.
Technical Manager
Celltech Labs Inc.
11 February 2019
Date
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4.0 TEST RESULT SUMMARY
TEST SUMMARY
Section
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
12.0
Description of Test
Modulation Characteristics
Modulation Limiting
Modulation Characteristics
Audio Low Pass Filter Response
Conducted Pow er (Fundamental)
Occupied Bandw idth
Emission Mask
Conducted TX Spurious Emissions
Conducted TX Spurious Emissions
Restricted Bands
13.0
Radiated RX Spurious Emissions
14.0
Frequency Stability
Procedure
Applicable Rule
Applicable Rule
Test
Reference
Part(s) FCC
Part(s) ISED
Date
RSS-182 [7.3(d)]
29 Jan 2019
Complies
RSS-182 [7.3( c)]
29 Jan 2019
Complies
29 Jan 2019
Complies
29 Jan 2019
Complies
29 Jan 2019
Complies
n/a
29 Jan 2019
Complies
ICES-003[6.2]
1 Feb 2019
Complies
RSS-182 [7.4]
30 Jan 2019
Complies
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016
ANSI C63.4-2014
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016
§2.1047(a)
§80.213(a)(2)
§2.1047(a)
§80.213(e)
§2.1046
RSS-Gen
§80.215( c)(2)
RSS-182 [7.5]
§2.1049
RSS-Gen
§80.205(a)
RSS-182 [7.9]
§2.1051
RSS-Gen
§80.211
RSS-182 [7.9]
§2.1051
§15.211( c)
§15.109
§2.1055
§80.209
Result
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Test Station Day Log
Date
Ambient
Temp
(oC)
Relative
Humidity
(%)
16
17
18
18
17
17
55
17
28 Jan 2019
22
29 Jan 2019
22
30 Jan 2019
18
31 Jan 2019
18
1 Feb 2019
21
1 Feb 2019
19
1 Feb 2019
4 Feb 2019
20
EMC - EMC Test Bench
SAC - Semi-Anechoic Chamber
OATS - Open Areat Test Site
TC - Temperature Chamber
Barometric
Pressure
(kPa)
103.6
103.1
102.3
101.6
100.5
100.5
100.5
101.9
Test
Station
EMC
EMC
TC
TC
EMC
SAC
OATS
EMC
In accordance with ANSI C63.4:
6.2.11 Temperature and humidity
a) The ambient air temperature of the test site shall be within the range of 10 °C to 40 °C (50 °F to 104 °F), unless the
EUT requirements specify testing over a different temperature range. The EUT and the measuring equipment shall be
operated until temperature stabilizes before the testing proceeds. The warm-up time shall be included along with the
measurement results if the ambient conditions are outside of the range stated above, and evidence shall be given that the
measuring equipment is accurate at the temperatures used.
The EUT was wrapped with non-conductive insulation material to maintain an operating temperature above 10 °C and monitored
periodically during evaluation. The antenna and cabling have been evaluated in this temperature range in accordance with
ANSI C63.4, 4.7.6 Cable Insertion Loss, and the measurement results compensated for any variations. All other
measurement equipment was maintained at ambient indoor room temperature.
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5.0 NORMATIVE REFERENCES
Normative References
ANSI / ISO 17025:2005 General Requirements for competence of testing and calibration laboratories
IEEE/ANSI C63.4:2014 Methods of Measurement of Radio-Noise Emissions from Low-Voltage
Electrical and Electronic Equipment in the Range of 9 kHz to 40 GHz
ANSI/TIA/EIA-603-E-2016 Land Mobile FM or PM Communications Equipment
Measurement and Performance Standards
CFR Title 47
Code of Federal Regulations
Title 47: Telecommunication
Part 2: Frequency Allocations and Radio Treaty Matters; General Rules and Regulations
CFR Title 47
Code of Federal Regulations
Title 47: Telecommunication
Part 80: Stations in the Maritime Services
CFR Title 47
Code of Federal Regulations
Title 47: Telecommunication
Part 15: Radio Frequency Devices
Subpart B: Unintensional Radiators
ISED
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
Spectrum Management and Telecommunications Radio Standards Specification
RSS-Gen Issue 5: General Requirements and Information for the Certification of Radiocommunication Equipment
ISED
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
Spectrum Management and Telecommunications Radio Standards Specification
RSS-182 Issue 5: Maritime Radio Transmitters and Receivers in the Band 156-162.5 MHz
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6.0 FACILITIES AND ACCREDITATIONS
Facility and Accreditation:
The facilities used to evaluate this device outlined in this report are located at 21-364 Lougheed Road, Kelowna, British
Columbia, Canada V1X 7R8. The radiated emissions site (OATS) conforms to the requirements set forth in ANSI C63.4 and
is filed and listed with the FCC under Test Firm Registration Number CA3874A-1 and Industry Canada under Test Site File
Number IC 3874A-1. Celltech is accredited to ISO 17025, through accrediting body A2LA and with certificate 2470.01.
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7.0 MODULATION RESPONSE - LIMITING
Test Conditions
Normative Reference FCC 47 CFR §2.1047, §80.213, RSS-182
Limits
47 CFR §2.1047
a) Voice modulated communication equipment. A curve or equivalent data showing the
frequency response of the audio modulating circuit over a range of 100 to 5000 Hz shall be
submitted.
§80.213 Modulation requirements.
47 CFR §80
(a) Transmitters must meet the following modulation requirements:
(e) Coast station transmitters operated in the 156-162 MHz band must be equipped with an
audio low-pass filter. The filter must be installed between the modulation limiter and the
modulated radio frequency stage. At frequencies between 3 kHz and 20 kHz it must have an
attenuation greater than at 1 kHz by at least 60log10(f/3) dB where “f” is the audio frequency
in kilohertz. At frequencies above 20 kHz the attenuation must be at least 50 dB greater than
at 1 kHz.
7.3 Types of Modulation and Equipment Characteristics
RSS-182
VHF radiocommunication shall employ G3E or F3E modulation for voice communication and
G2B for DSC signals.
(d) the audio-frequency band shall be 3000 Hz;
Measurement Procedure
TIA 603-E 2.2.6.2.2
Transmitter Audio Frequency Response - Constant Input
a) Connect the equipment as illustrated.
b) Set the test receiver to measure peak positive deviation. Set the audio bandwidth for ≤50 Hz to ≥15,000 Hz. Turn
the de-emphasis function off.
c) Adjust the transmitter per the manufacturer's procedure for full rated system deviation.
d) Apply a 1000 Hz tone and adjust the audio frequency generator to produce 20% of the rated system deviation.
e) Set the test receiver to measure rms deviation and record the deviation reading as DEVREF .
f) Set the audio frequency generator to the desired test frequency between 300 Hz and 3000 Hz.
g) Record the test receiver deviation reading as DEVFREQ .
h) Calculate the audio frequency response at the present frequency as: AFR = 20Log(Dfreq/Dref)
Graph the audio level in dB relative to the 0 dB reference level as a function of the modulating frequency. Record any
audio frequency where it is impossible to perform the measurement.
Test Setup
Appendix A
Figure A.2
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Plot 7.1 – Modulation Limiting
Modulation Limiting
Freq
(Hz)
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
2500
2600
2700
2800
2900
3000
3100
3200
3300
3400
3500
3600
3700
3800
3900
4000
5000
Measured
Audio Response
Audio
Response (Deviation)
(@ 95mv Audio Level)
(kHz)
0.42
0.42
3.32
3.78
3.81
3.88
3.97
4.15
4.26
4.35
4.45
4.46
4.45
4.46
4.47
4.48
4.48
4.50
4.55
4.53
4.55
4.56
4.60
4.58
4.58
4.57
4.57
4.57
4.57
4.55
4.40
3.93
2.31
0.58
0.43
0.43
0.43
0.43
0.43
0.43
0.43
Modulation Limiting
Atlantis 155
5.0
4.0
Deviation (kHz)
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
100
1000
10000
Input Frequency (Hz)
Series8
Limit
Audio Level = 20dB greater than audio level at audio frequency = 1kHz
Maximum Deviation:
Result:
4.6kHz
Complies
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8.0 MODULATION RESPONSE – AUDIO LOW PASS FILTER RESPONSE
Test Conditions
Normative Reference FCC 47 CFR §2.1047, §80.213, RSS-182
Limits
47 CFR §2.1047
a) Voice modulated communication equipment. A curve or equivalent data showing the
frequency response of the audio modulating circuit over a range of 100 to 5000 Hz shall be
submitted.
§80.213 Modulation requirements.
47 CFR §80
(a) Transmitters must meet the following modulation requirements:
(e) Coast station transmitters operated in the 156-162 MHz band must be equipped with an
audio low-pass filter. The filter must be installed between the modulation limiter and the
modulated radio frequency stage. At frequencies between 3 kHz and 20 kHz it must have an
attenuation greater than at 1 kHz by at least 60log10(f/3) dB where “f” is the audio frequency
in kilohertz. At frequencies above 20 kHz the attenuation must be at least 50 dB greater than
at 1 kHz.
7.3 Types of Modulation and Equipment Characteristics
RSS-182
VHF radiocommunication shall employ G3E or F3E modulation for voice communication and
G2B for DSC signals.
(d) the audio-frequency band shall be 3000 Hz;
Measurement Procedure
TIA 603-E 2.2.6.2.2
Transmitter Audio Frequency Response - Constant Input
a) Connect the equipment as illustrated.
b) Set the test receiver to measure peak positive deviation. Set the audio bandwidth for ≤50 Hz to ≥15,000 Hz. Turn
the de-emphasis function off.
c) Adjust the transmitter per the manufacturer's procedure for full rated system deviation.
d) Apply a 1000 Hz tone and adjust the audio frequency generator to produce 20% of the rated system deviation.
e) Set the test receiver to measure rms deviation and record the deviation reading as DEVREF .
f) Set the audio frequency generator to the desired test frequency between 300 Hz and 3000 Hz.
g) Record the test receiver deviation reading as DEVFREQ .
h) Calculate the audio frequency response at the present frequency as: AFR = 20Log(Dfreq/Dref)
Graph the audio level in dB relative to the 0 dB reference level as a function of the modulating frequency. Record any
audio frequency where it is impossible to perform the measurement.
Test Setup
Appendix A
Figure A.2
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Plot 8.1 – Audio Frequency Response
Audio Frequency Response
Measured
Freq
(Hz)
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
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2200
2300
2400
2500
2600
2700
2800
2900
3000
3100
3200
3300
3400
3500
4000
5000
10000
Audio Response
Audio
Response (Deviation)
(@ 10mv Audio Level)
(kHz)
(dB)*
0.42
-20.657
0.42
-20.657
1.10
-12.294
1.45
-9.895
1.82
-7.921
2.18
-6.353
2.45
-5.339
2.66
-4.624
2.89
-3.904
3.23
-2.938
3.66
-1.852
3.88
-1.345
3.90
-1.301
3.98
-1.124
4.12
-0.824
4.20
-0.657
4.30
-0.453
4.32
-0.412
4.35
-0.352
4.42
-0.214
4.45
-0.155
4.50
-0.058
4.53
0.000
4.50
-0.058
4.45
-0.155
4.44
-0.174
4.39
-0.273
4.33
-0.392
4.26
-0.534
4.15
-0.761
3.56
-2.093
1.56
-9.259
0.68
-16.472
0.48
-19.497
0.47
-19.680
0.47
-19.680
0.47
-19.680
0.47
-19.680
Audio Frequency Response
Atlantis 155
-5
Normalized
Audio
Response (dB)
-10
-15
-20
-25
100
1000
10000
Input Frequency (Hz)
* Normalize to 750Hz
4.530
Note: Modulation could not be achieved above 3300Hz.
Audio Frequency at -6dB Attenuation:
Result:
< 3200Hz
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Plot 8.2 – Audio Low Pass Filter Response
Audio Low Pass Filter Response
Measured
Freq
(Hz)
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800
1900
2000
2100
2200
2300
2400
2500
2600
2700
2800
2900
3000
3050
3100
3150
3200
3250
3275
3285
3290
3292.5
4000
20000
30000
40000
Audio Response
Audio
Response (Attenuation)
(@ 3kHz Deviation)
(mv)
(dB)*
6000.00
-56.478
6000.00
-56.478
32.00
-11.018
24.50
-8.698
18.00
-6.021
14.50
-4.143
12.50
-2.853
11.50
-2.129
10.50
-1.339
9.00
0.000
8.00
1.023
7.00
2.183
6.50
2.827
6.50
2.827
6.00
3.522
5.50
4.278
5.25
4.682
5.00
5.105
4.75
5.551
4.75
5.551
4.75
5.551
4.50
6.021
4.00
7.044
4.00
7.044
4.00
7.044
4.00
7.044
4.00
7.044
3.75
7.604
4.00
7.044
5.00
5.105
6.00
3.522
8.25
0.756
12.50
-2.853
22.25
-7.862
42.00
-13.380
70.00
-17.817
150.00
-24.437
1000.00
-40.915
3500.00
-51.797
6000.00
-56.478
6000.00
-56.478
6000.00
-56.478
6000.00
-56.478
Audio Low Pass Filter
Atlantis 155
-2
-12
-22
Normalized
Audio
Response (dB)
-32
-42
-52
-62
100
1000
10000
100000
Input Frequency (Hz)
Attenuation
Limit
Limit
0.00
-0.43
-0.85
-1.27
-1.68
-2.09
-2.29
-2.36
-2.40
-2.42
-7.50
-49.43
-50.00
-50.00
* Normalize to 1000Hz
9.000
Note: 3 khz deviation could not be achieved above 3300Hz.
Audio Frequency at -6dB Attenuation:
Result:
< 3200Hz
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9.0 CONDUCTED POWER
Test Procedure
Normative
FCC 47 CFR §2.1046, §2.1033(c )(8), §80.215, RSS-182
Reference
EIA/TIA-603-E
Limits
§80.215 Transmitter power.
47 CFR §80
(c) Coast station frequencies above 27500 kHz. The maximum power must not exceed the
alues listed below.
(2) Marine utility stations: 156-162MHz - 10W
7.5 Transmitter Output Powers
RSS-182
The output power shall be within "1.0 dB of the manufacturer=s rated power and not exceed
the limits listed in Table 3, unless indicated otherwise.
Typical Power: 5W
General Procedure
2.2.1 TRANSMITTER CARRIER POWER OUTPUT
TIA-603-E
Test Setup
Transmitter Carrier Power Output for this service is the power (rms) available at the output
terminals of the transmitter when the output terminals are connected to a standard output
load. This measurement shall be performed without modulation, at standard test. conditions.
Appendix A - Figure A.1
Measurement Procedure
The DUT was connected to a Power Meter via a 30dB attenuator connected to the DUT’s antenna port. The output
power of the DUT was set to the manufacturer’s lowest and highest output power setting at the Low, Mid and High
frequency channels as permitted by the device. The DUT was set to transmit unmodulated.
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Conducted Power Measurement Results
Nominal
Channel
Frequency
Modulation
Voltage
(MHz)
156.050
74
156.725
88
157.425
156.050
74
156.725
88
157.425
Power
Input
Setting
(VDC)
High
CW
Low
Measured
Measured
Power
Power
[EMeas]
[EMeas]
Limit
Margin
(W)
(dB)
(dBm)
(W)
34.97
3.14
34.97
3.14
34.97
3.14
2.8
31.06
1.28
6.7
30.64
1.16
30.22
1.05
Result:
(1) The output power is factory set to maximum
Margin = 10*Log(Limit / Emeas)
Table 9.2 – Compliance to §2.1033(c )(8)
FCC CFR 47 §2.1033( c )(8): Power to Transmitter:
Measured Receiver Current:
Measured Total Current:
Transmitter Current (ITx - IRx):
Power to Transmitter:
Result:
IRx = 0.01A
ITx =1.13A
IXmitter = 1.12A
(6VDC)(1.12) = 6.72W
Complies
2.8
6.0
6.0
2.8
7.1
7.6
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10.0 OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH AND EMISSION MASKS
Test Conditions
Normative Reference FCC 47 CFR §2.1049, §80.205, §80.211, RSS-182
Limits
§80.205 Bandwidths.
47 CFR §80
(a) An emission designator shows the necessary bandwidth for each class of emission of a
station except that in ship earth stations it shows the occupied or necessary bandwidth,
whichever is greater. The following table gives the class of emission and corresponding
emission designator and authorized bandwidth:
F3E: 16K0F3E, Authorized BW: 20kHz
RSS-182
7.3 Types of Modulation and Equipment Characteristics
(e) the authorized channel bandwidth for voice shall be 16 kHz; and
§80.211 Emission limitations.
The emissions must be attenuated according to the following schedule.
(f) The mean power when using emissions other than those in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d)
of this section:
47 CFR §80
(1) On any frequency removed from the assigned frequency by more than 50 percent up to
and including 100 percent of the authorized bandwidth: At least 25 dB;
(2) On any frequency removed from the assigned frequency by more than 100 percent up to
and including 250 percent of the authorized bandwidth: At least 35 dB; and
(3) On any frequency removed from the assigned frequency by more than 250 percent of the
authorized bandwidth: At least 43 plus 10log10 (mean power in watts) dB.
7.9.1 Emission Mask B for Equipment with 25 kHz Channel Spacing
This mask is for FM or PM modulation equipment with 25 kHz channel spacing, an
authorized bandwidth of 16 kHz for voice or 20 kHz for data, and equipped with or without an
audio low-pass filter. The power of any emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter
output power (P, in dBW) as follows:
RSS-182
(a) on any frequency removed from the carrier frequency by more than 50%, but not more
than 100% of the authorized bandwidth: at least 25 dB, measured with a bandwidth of 300
Hz;
(b) on any frequency removed from the carrier frequency by more than 100%, but not more
than 250% of the authorized bandwidth: at least 35 dB, measured with a bandwidth of 300
Hz; and
(c) on any frequency removed from the carrier frequency by more than 250% of the
authorized bandwidth: at least 43 + 10 log10 p(watts) dB, measured with a bandwidth of 30
kHz.
Measurement Procedure
TIA 382 23.2
Transmitter Modulation Occupied Bandwidth
The transmitter is modulated by a sinusoidal audio signal applied to the microphone input jack. First, the frequency is
adjusted to deliver 50% modulation at the highest audio response level (minimum applied audio level). Then the audio
signal level is increased 16 dB and the audio frequency is readjusted to 2500 Hz The analyzer is adjusted to display
each of the discrete modulation sidebands and their respective harmonic products within +/- 50 kHz of the carrier
frequency.
Test Setup
Appendix A
Figure A.1
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Occupied Bandwidth
* RBW 300 Hz
Ref
40
* Att
40 dBm
Offset
VBW 3 kHz
SWT 1.15 s
20 dB
30 dB
OBW 15.000000000
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
13.29
156.042600000
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
12.92
156.057600000
30
1 RM *
VIEW
20
T1
T2
Width 5.35"
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30.53 dBm
156.047600000 MHz
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm LVL
MHz
-10
3DB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
Center 156.05 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
156.050 MHz
FM
Span 100 kHz
14:19:54
Channel Frequency:
DUT Modulation:
10 kHz/
Audio Input Frequency
2500.00 Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
* Audio Input Level > 16dB of Level Required for 50% Deviation
Audio Input Level*
32 mV
Measured Occupied Bandwidth:
15.00 kHz
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Occupied Bandwidth
* RBW 300 Hz
Ref
40
* Att
40 dBm
Offset
VBW 3 kHz
SWT 1.15 s
20 dB
30 dB
OBW 15.000000000
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
13.27
156.717600000
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
13.18
156.732600000
30
1 RM *
VIEW
20
T1
T2
Width 5.35"
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30.65 dBm
156.722600000 MHz
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm LVL
MHz
-10
3DB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
Center 156.725 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
156.725 MHz
FM
Span 100 kHz
14:23:08
Channel Frequency:
DUT Modulation:
10 kHz/
Audio Input Frequency
2500.00 Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
* Audio Input Level > 16dB of Level Required for 50% Deviation
Audio Input Level*
32 mV
Measured Occupied Bandwidth:
15.00 kHz
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Plot 10.3 – Occupied Bandwidth Channel 88
Occupied Bandwidth
* RBW 300 Hz
Ref
40
* Att
40 dBm
Offset
VBW 3 kHz
SWT 1.15 s
20 dB
30 dB
OBW 15.000000000
Temp 1 [T1 OBW]
13.34
157.417600000
Temp 2 [T1 OBW]
13.12
157.432600000
30
1 RM *
VIEW
20
T1
T2
Width 5.35"
10
Marker 1 [T1 ]
30.61 dBm
157.422600000 MHz
kHz
dBm
MHz
dBm LVL
MHz
-10
3DB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
Center 157.425 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
157.425 MHz
FM
Span 100 kHz
14:21:54
Channel Frequency:
DUT Modulation:
10 kHz/
Audio Input Frequency
2500.00 Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
* Audio Input Level > 16dB of Level Required for 50% Deviation
Audio Input Level*
32 mV
Measured Occupied Bandwidth:
15.00 kHz
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Plot 10.4 – Emission Mask Channel 1
Emission Mask
* RBW 300 Hz
Ref
* Att
35.8 dBm
Offset
VBW 3 kHz
SWT 1.15 s
20 dB
30 dB
LIMIT CHECK
30
PASS
1 RM * 20
VIEW
LVL
10
Width 5.35"
MASKB
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
Center 156.05 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
156.050 MHz
FM
Span 100 kHz
14:49:51
Channel Frequency:
DUT Modulation:
10 kHz/
Audio Input Frequency
2500.00 Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
* Audio Input Level > 16dB of Level Required for 50% Deviation
Audio Input Level*
32 mV
Limit Check:
PASS
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Plot 10.5 – Emission Mask Channel 74
Emission Mask
* RBW 300 Hz
Ref
* Att
35.8 dBm
Offset
VBW 3 kHz
SWT 1.15 s
20 dB
30 dB
LIMIT CHECK
30
PASS
1 RM * 20
VIEW
LVL
10
Width 5.35"
MASKB
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
Center 156.725 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
156.725 MHz
FM
Span 100 kHz
14:48:52
Channel Frequency:
DUT Modulation:
10 kHz/
Audio Input Frequency
2500.00 Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
* Audio Input Level > 16dB of Level Required for 50% Deviation
Audio Input Level*
32 mV
Limit Check:
PASS
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Emission Mask
* RBW 300 Hz
Ref
* Att
35.8 dBm
Offset
VBW 3 kHz
SWT 1.15 s
20 dB
30 dB
LIMIT CHECK
30
PASS
1 RM * 20
VIEW
LVL
10
Width 5.35"
MASKB
-10
-20
3DB
-30
-40
-50
-60
Center 157.425 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
157.425 MHz
FM
Span 100 kHz
14:47:50
Channel Frequency:
DUT Modulation:
10 kHz/
Audio Input Frequency
2500.00 Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
* Audio Input Level > 16dB of Level Required for 50% Deviation
Audio Input Level*
32 mV
Limit Check:
PASS
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Table 10 - Summary of Occupied Bandwidth and Emission Mask Results
Occupied Bandwidth Measurement Results
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
156.05
74
156.725
88
157.425
DUT
Modulation
Measured
Occupied
Bandwidth
(kHz)
Authorized
Bandwidth
15.0
15.0
Emission
Emission
Designator
Mask
(kHz)
(kHz)
1.0
PASS
16K0F3E
16.0
1.0
PASS
16K0F3E
1.0
PASS
16K0F3E
15.0
FM
Margin
Margin = Authorized BW - Measured BW
Result:
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11.0 CONDUCTED OUT OF BAND SPURIOUS EMISSIONS
Test Conditions
Normative Reference FCC 47 CFR §2.1049, §80.205, §80.211, RSS-182
Limits
§80.211 Emission limitations.
The emissions must be attenuated according to the following schedule.
(f) The mean power when using emissions other than those in paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d)
of this section:
47 CFR §80
(1) On any frequency removed from the assigned frequency by more than 50 percent up to
and including 100 percent of the authorized bandwidth: At least 25 dB;
(2) On any frequency removed from the assigned frequency by more than 100 percent up to
and including 250 percent of the authorized bandwidth: At least 35 dB; and
(3) On any frequency removed from the assigned frequency by more than 250 percent of the
authorized bandwidth: At least 43 plus 10log10 (mean power in watts) dB.
7.9.1 Emission Mask B for Equipment with 25 kHz Channel Spacing
This mask is for FM or PM modulation equipment with 25 kHz channel spacing, an
authorized bandwidth of 16 kHz for voice or 20 kHz for data, and equipped with or without an
audio low-pass filter. The power of any emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter
output power (P, in dBW) as follows:
RSS-182
(a) on any frequency removed from the carrier frequency by more than 50%, but not more
than 100% of the authorized bandwidth: at least 25 dB, measured with a bandwidth of 300
Hz;
(b) on any frequency removed from the carrier frequency by more than 100%, but not more
than 250% of the authorized bandwidth: at least 35 dB, measured with a bandwidth of 300
Hz; and
(c) on any frequency removed from the carrier frequency by more than 250% of the
authorized bandwidth: at least 43 + 10 log10 p(watts) dB, measured with a bandwidth of 30
kHz.
Measurement Procedure
The transmitter was set to the highest output power unmodulated. The emissions were evaluated to the 10th
harmonic.
Test Setup
Appendix A
Figure A.1
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Conducted Spurious Emissions
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
40
* Att
40 dBm
Offset
VBW 1 MHz
* SWT 1 s
20 dB
30 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
23.08
156.100000000
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-37.33
311.300000000
30
1 RM *
VIEW
Marker 3 [T1 ]
-37.42 dBm
468.440000000 MHz
20
dBm
MHz
dBm
MHz LVL
Width 5.75"
10
-10
D1 -13 dBm
3DB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
Start 30 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
97 MHz/
15:05:11
Channel Frequency:
156.050 MHz
DUT Modulation:
CW
Stop 1 GHz
Audio Input Frequency
n/a Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
Audio Input Amplitude
n/a mV
Measured Spurious Emission:
-37.33 dBm
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Conducted Spurious Emissions - 2nd Harmonic
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
40
* Att
40 dBm
Offset
VBW 1 MHz
* SWT 1 s
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-28.71 dBm
312.102000000 MHz
30 dB
30
1 RM *
VIEW
20
LVL
Width 5.75"
10
-10
D1 -13 dBm
3DB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
Center 312.1 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
100 kHz/
15:08:57
Channel Frequency:
156.050 MHz
DUT Modulation:
CW
Span 1 MHz
Audio Input Frequency
n/a Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
Audio Input Amplitude
n/a mV
Measured Spurious Emission:
-28.71 dBm
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Conducted Spurious Emissions - 2nd Harmonic
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
40
* Att
40 dBm
Offset
VBW 1 MHz
* SWT 1 s
20 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-29.27 dBm
468.154000000 MHz
30 dB
30
1 RM *
VIEW
20
LVL
Width 5.75"
10
-10
D1 -13 dBm
3DB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
Center 468.15 MHz
Date: 29.JAN.2019
156.050 MHz
CW
Span 1 MHz
15:09:59
Channel Frequency:
DUT Modulation:
100 kHz/
Audio Input Frequency
n/a Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
Audio Input Amplitude
n/a mV
Measured Spurious Emission:
-29.27 dBm
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Table 11.1 – Summary of Conducted Out of Band Emissions
Conducted Spurious Emissions
Channel
Emission
Frequency
Frequency
(MHz)
(MHz)
Fundamental
Out of Band
DUT
Power
Emission
Modulation
[P]
[PE]
(dBm)
34.97
34.97
312.1
80.89
Attenuation = P - PE
156.05
CW
Attenuation
Limit
Margin
(dBm)
[dB]
(dB)
(dB)
-28.7
-29.3
63.7
64.3
43.0
20.68
21.27
Margin = Limit - Attenuation
Result:
Data for fundamental and spurious emissions presented using an RMS detector.
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12.0 CONDUCTED OUT OF BAND SPURIOUS EMISSIONS – RESTRICTED BAND
Test Conditions
Normative Reference FCC 47 CFR §2.1046, §80.211(c )
Limits
§ 80.211 Emission limitations
(c) In any 4 kHz band the peak power of spurious emissions and noise at the input to the
transmit antenna must be attenuated below the peak output power of the station as follows:
(1) 125 dB at 1525.0 MHz, increasing linearly to 90 dB at 1612.5 MHz;
47 CFR §80.211(c )
(3) 90 dB from 1624.0 MHz to 1650.0 MHz, except at frequencies near the transmitted
carrier where the requirements of paragraphs (b)(1) through (3) of this section, apply;
(4) 60 dB at 1650.0 MHz decreasing linearly to 90 dB at 1662.5 MHz;
(5) 90 dB at 1662.5 MHz decreasing linearly to 125 dB at 1752.5 MHz; and
(6) 125 dB outside above range, except for harmonics which must comply with (b)(3) of this
section.
Test Setup
Appendix A
Figure A.2
Measurement Procedure
The DUT was connected to a Spectrum Analyzer (SA) via the DUT’s antenna port using a high-pass filter to filter out
the carrier. The SA Detector was set toRMS. The output power of the DUT was set to the manufacturer’s highest
rated setting.To determine compliance an emission mask was created in accordance with the above requirements
referenced to the carrier, or dBc. The DUT frequency was set a frequency which would produce a harmonic at the
frequency of the worst case attenuation criteria from above. The emission was measured with minimum attenuation
referenced to the carrier, dBc.
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Plot 12.1 – Conducted Out of Band Emissions, Restricted Band, Channel 1
Conducted Spurious Emissions
* RBW 10 kHz
* Att
Ref -20 dBm
0 dB
VBW 100 kHz
* SWT 5 s
-20
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-85.43 dBm
1.560490000 GHz
-30
1 RM *
VIEW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-89.69 dBm
1.716555000 GHz
-40
Width 5.75"
-50
-60
-70
3DB
-80
80_211C
-90
-100
-110
-120
Start 1.525 GHz
Date: 1.FEB.2019
22.75 MHz/
12:57:14
Channel Frequency:
156.050 MHz
DUT Modulation:
CW
Stop 1.7525 GHz
Audio Input Frequency
Audio Input Amplitude
n/a Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
n/a mV
Measured Spurious Emission:
Worst Case
-89.69 dBm
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Plot 12.2 – Conducted Out of Band Emissions, Restricted Band, Channel 88
Conducted Spurious Emissions
* RBW 10 kHz
* Att
Ref -20 dBm
0 dB
VBW 100 kHz
* SWT 5 s
-20
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-85.51 dBm
1.574140000 GHz
-30
1 RM *
VIEW
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-86.11 dBm
1.732025000 GHz
-40
Width 5.75"
-50
-60
-70
3DB
-80
80_211C
-90
-100
-110
-120
Start 1.525 GHz
Date: 1.FEB.2019
22.75 MHz/
12:58:04
Channel Frequency:
157.425 MHz
DUT Modulation:
CW
Stop 1.7525 GHz
Audio Input Frequency
Audio Input Amplitude
n/a Hz
Nominal Supply Voltage
6.00 VDC
n/a mV
Measured Spurious Emission:
Worst Case
-85.51 dBm
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Table 12.1 – Summary of Conducted Out of Band Emissions, Restricted Band
§80.211 (c ) Out of Band Emission in 1525 - 1752.5MHz Band
Channel
Modulation
Fundamental
Emission
Measured
Corrected
Power
Frequency
Emission
Loss*
Attenuation
Limit
Freq
[EMeas]
[FEmission]
[EEM]
[A]
[LF]
[AC]
[LimitEmission]
(MHz)
(dBm)
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBc)
(dB)
(dBc)
(dB)
(dB)
156.05000
34.97
1560
-85.43
120.40
0.50
119.90
109.0
10.9
156.05000
34.97
1717
-89.69
124.66
0.50
124.16
112.0
12.2
34.97
1574
-85.51
120.48
0.50
119.98
103.0
17.0
34.97
1732
-86.11
121.08
0.50
120.58
117.8
2.8
157.42500
157.42500
CW
Attenuation
Filter
Results:
* Insertion Loss of Hi-Pass Filter at Measured Frequency
Attenuation [A] = EMeas - EEM
Corrected Attenuation = [A] - LF
Slope of Limit of §80.211 (c )(1) = 0.4dB/MHz, FStart = 1520MHz, LimitStart = 125dB
Slope of Limit of §80.211 (c )(5) = -0.4dB/MHz, FStart = 1662.5MHz, LimitStart = 90dB
LimitEmission = LimitStart + ((FStart - FEmission) x Slope)
Margin = AC - LimitEmission
Margin
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13.0 RECEIVER RADIATED EMISSIONS - DOC
Test Procedure
Normative Reference
Limits
47 CFR §15.109
FCC 47 CFR §15.109, ICES-003(6.2)
ANSI C63.4:2014
(a) Except for Class A digital devices, the field strength of radiated emissions from unintentional
radiators at a distance of 3 meters shall not exceed the following values:
30-88MHz: 40dBuV/m
88-216MHz:
216-960MHz:
ICES-003(6.2.1)
> 960MHz: 54dBuV/m
6.2.1 - Radiated Emissions Limits Below 1 GHz
Class B: ITE that does not meet the conditions for Class A operation shall comply with the Class B
radiated limits set out in Table 5 determined at a distance of 3 metres.
30-88MHz: 40dBuV/m
88-216MHz:
216-960MHz:
> 960MHz: 54dBuV/m
Test Setup
Appendix A
Figure A.2
Measurement Procedure
The DUT was set up as per ANSI C63.4:2014. Emissions were scanned between 30MHz and 1000MHz. The turntable was
rotated 360 degrees and the antenna was elevated to 4m to optimize the measured emissions.
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Plot 13.1 – Radiated Spurious Emissions OATS, 30MHz – 1000MHz, Horizontal
Radiated Emissions
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
* Att
80 dBµV
VBW 1 MHz
* SWT 1 s
0 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
4.33 dBµV
324.995600000 MHz
80
70
1 RM *
VIEW
2 RM *
VIEW
60
Width 5.75"
50
40
30
3DB
20
10
-10
-20
Start 30 MHz
Date: 1.FEB.2019
97 MHz/
Stop 1 GHz
16:22:03
Frequency Range:
30 - 1000 MHz
Blue Trace:
Ambient
Antenna Polarization:
Horizontal
Black Trance:
DUT + Ambient
Measured Emission:
None Detected
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Radiated Emissions
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
* Att
80 dBµV
VBW 1 MHz
* SWT 1 s
0 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
3.71 dBµV
324.995600000 MHz
80
70
1 RM *
VIEW
2 RM *
VIEW
60
Width 5.75"
50
40
30
3DB
20
10
-10
-20
Start 30 MHz
Date: 1.FEB.2019
97 MHz/
Stop 1 GHz
16:32:50
Frequency Range:
30 - 1000 MHz
Blue Trace:
Ambient
Antenna Polarization:
Vertical
Black Trance:
DUT + Ambient
Measured Emission:
None Detected
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Table 13.1 – Summary of Radiated Spurious Emissions
§15.109, ICES-003 (6.2)
Emission
Antenna
Measured
Corrected
Frequency
Polarization
Emission
Emission
[EMeas]
[ECorr]
Limit
Margin
(dBuV)
(W)
(W)
(dB)
30-1000
Horizontal
n/a
n/a
30-1000
Vertical
n/a
n/a
(MHz)
Results:
No emissions detected above ambient noise.
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14.0 FREQUENCY STABILITY
Test Conditions
Normative Reference FCC 47 CFR §2.1055, §80.209, RSS-182
Limits
§80.209 Transmitter frequency tolerances.
47 CFR §80
(a) The frequency tolerance requirements applicable to transmitters in the maritime services
are shown in the following table. Tolerances are given as parts in 106:
Below 3W: 10ppm, 3 to 100W, 5ppm
RSS-182
7.4 Frequency Stability
With the exception of DSC emissions, the RF carrier frequency shall not depart from the
reference frequency in excess of the limits listed in Table 2.
+/-10.0 ppm for transmitter power less than 3 watts
+/-5.0 ppm for transmitter power between 3 and 100 watts
Measurement Procedure
47 CFR §2.1055
Frequency Stability
(a) The frequency stability shall be measured with variation of ambient temperature as follows:
(1) From -30° to +50° centigrade for all equipment except that specified in paragraphs (a) (2) and (3) of this section.
(b) Frequency measurements shall be made at the extremes of the specified temperature range and at intervals of not
more than 10° centigrade through the range. A period of time sufficient to stabilize all of the components of the
oscillator circuit at each temperature level shall be allowed prior to frequency measurement.
(d) The frequency stability shall be measured with variation of primary supply voltage as follows:
(1) Vary primary supply voltage from 85 to 115 percent of the nominal value for other than hand carried battery
equipment.
Test Setup
Appendix A
Figure A.4
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Table 14.1 – Summary of Frequency Stability Results
Frequency Stability
Nom inal Frequency (MHz):
157.425
Nom inal Channel BW (KHz):
CW
Nom inal Voltage (VDC):
Nom inal Tem perature ( OC):
20
50.0
FCC Limit 50ppm
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
40.0
Deviation
(ppm)
30.0
20.0
Deviation (ppm)
10.0
0.0
-30
-20
-10
10
20
30
40
50
Temperature
OC
Frequency Stability Measurements (Temperature)
Tem p
( OC)
Assigned
Measured
Frequency
Frequency
[Absolute]
Voltage*
Assigned
Measured
Frequency
Frequency
(MHz)
(Hz)
(ppm )
(VDC)
157.424795
-205
1.30
6.9 (115%)
-20
157.424805
-195
1.24
6 (100%)
-10
157.425478
478
3.04
4.6 (85%)
157.425590
590
3.75
Maxim um Deviation:
157.425526
526
3.34
Maxim um Lim it (ppm ):
20
157.425376
376
2.39
Result:
30
157.425221
221
1.40
40
157.425052
52
0.33
50
157.425030
30
0.19
157.425000
Maxim um Deviation:
Maxim um Lim it (ppm ):
Result:
3.75
5.00
Complies
(MHz)
Deviation
-30
10
(MHz)
Deviation
Frequency Stability Measurements (Voltage)
Deviation
157.425000
Deviation
[Absolute]
(MHz)
(Hz)
157.425377
377
2.39
157.425376
376
2.39
157.425370
370
2.35
Battery Operated Device at 6VDC.
Power Supply Setting.
(ppm )
2.39
5.00
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APPENDIX A – TEST SETUP DRAWINGS AND EQUIPMENT
Table A.1 – Setup - Conducted Measurements Equipment
Equipment List
Asset
Number
Manufacturer
Model
Number
00241
R&S
FSU40
Figure A.1 – Test Setup Conducted Measurements
Description
Spectrum Analyzer
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Table A.2 – Setup - Audio Modulation Equipment
Equipment List
Asset
Number
Manufacturer
Model
Number
00028
HP
8901A
Modulation Analyzer
8903B
Audio Analyzer/Generator
00027
HP
Figure A.2 – Test Setup Audio Modulation Response Measurements
Description
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Table A.3 – Setup - Radiated Emissions Equipment
Equipment List
Asset
Number
Manufacturer
Model
Number
Description
00051
HP
8566B
Spectrum Analyzer
00049
HP
85650A
Quasi-peak Adapter
00047
HP
85685A
RF Preselector
00072
EMCO
2075
Mini-mast
00073
EMCO
2080
Turn Table
00071
EMCO
2090
Multi-Device Controller
00265
Miteq
JS32-00104000-58-5P
Microwave L/N Amplifier
00241
R&S
FSU40
Spectrum Analyzer
00050
Chase
CBL-6111A
Bilog Antenna
00275
Coaxis
LMR400
25m Cable
00276
Coaxis
LMR400
4m Cable
00278
TILE
34G3
TILE Test Software
3115
Double Ridged Guide Horn
00034
ETS
CNR: Calibration Not Required
COU: Calibrate On Use
Figure A.3 – Test Setup Radiated Emissions Measurements
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Table A.4 – Setup - Frequency Stability Measurement Equipment
Equipment List
Asset
Number
Manufacturer
Model
Number
Description
n/a
ESPEC
ECT-2
Environmental Chamber
00003
HP
53181A
Frequency Counter
n/a
HP
E3611A
Power Supply
00234
VWR
61161-378
Temp/Humidity Meter
Figure A.4 – Test Setup Frequency Stability Measurements
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APPENDIX B – EQUIPMENT LIST AND CALIBRATION
Equipment List
(*)
Asset
Manufacturer
Number
Model
Number
Serial
Number
Description
Last
Calibrated
Calibration
Interval
Calibration
Due
00050
Chase
CBL-6111A
1607
Bilog Antenna
3 Jan 2019
Triennial
3 Jan 2022
00034
ETS
3115
6267
Double Ridged Guide Horn
26 Nov 2018
Triennial
26 Nov 2021
00035
ETS
3115
6276
Double Ridged Guide Horn
2 Dec 2015
Triennial
2 Dec 2018
00085
EMCO
6502
9203-2724
Loop Antenna
8 Jun 2016
Triennial
8 Jun 2019
00047
HP
85685A
2837A00826
RF Preselector
23 Jun 2017
Triennial
23 Jun 2020
00049
HP
85650A
2043A00162
Quasi-peak Adapter
23 Jun 2017
Triennial
23 Jun 2020
00051
HP
8566B
2747A05510
Spectrum Analyzer
23 Jun 2017
Triennial
23 Jun 2020
00223
HP
8901A
3749A07154
Modulation Analyzer
27 Dec 2017
Triennial
27 Dec 2020
00224
HP
8903B
3729A18691
Audio Analyzer
28 Dec 2017
Triennial
28 Dec 2020
00241
R&S
FSU40
100500
Spectrum Analyzer
15 May 2018
Triennial
15 May 2021
00005
HP
8648D
3847A00611
Signal Generator
21 Jun 2017
Triennial
21 Jun 2020
00006
R&S
SMR20
100104
Signal Generator
29 May 2017
Triennial
29 May 2020
Triennial
7 Nov 2020
00243
Rigol
DS1102E
DS1ET150502164
Oscilloscope
7 Nov 2017
00254
LeCroy
WM8600A
532
Oscilloscope
NCR
00110
Gigatronics
8652A
1875801
Power Meter
29 Feb 2016
Triennial
n/a
NCR
29 Feb 2019
00237
Gigatronics
80334A
1837001
Power Sensor
23 Jun 2014
Triennial
23 Jun 2017
00232
ETS Lindgren
HI-6005
91440
Isotropic E-Field Probe
18 Dec 2017
Triennial
18 Dec 2020
21 Jun 2017
Triennial
21 Jun 2020
5 Jan 2018
Triennial
5 Jan 2021
00003
HP
53181A
3736A05175
Frequency Counter
00257
Com-Power
LI-215A
191934
LISN
00041
AR
10W1000C
27887
Power Amplifier
NCR
n/a
00106
AR
5SIG4
26235
Power Amplifier
NCR
n/a
NCR
00280
AR
25A250AM6
22702
Power Amplifier
NCR
n/a
NCR
00265
Miteq
JS32-00104000-58-5P
1939850
Microwave L/N Amplifier
COU
n/a
COU
00071
EMCO
2090
9912-1484
Multi-Device Controller
n/a
n/a
n/a
00072
EMCO
2075
0001-2277
Mini-mast
n/a
n/a
n/a
00073
EMCO
2080
0002-1002
Turn Table
n/a
n/a
n/a
00081
ESPEC
ECT-2
0510154-B
Environmental Chamber
CNR
n/a
CNR
00234
VWR
61161-378
140320430
Temp/Humidity Meter
New
Triennial
New
00236
Nokia
236
ESD Table
NCR
n/a
NCR
00255
Expert ESD
A4001
A4001-155
ESD Target
COU
n/a
COU
00064
NARDA
3020A
n/a
Bi-Directional Coupler
COU
n/a
COU
NCR
00263
Koaxis
KP10-1.00M-TD
263
1m Armoured Cable
COU
n/a
COU
00263B
Koaxis
KP10-1.00M-TD
263B
1m Armoured Cable
COU
n/a
COU
00264
Koaxis
KP10-7.00M-TD
264
7m Armoured Cable
COU
n/a
COU
00275
TMS
LMR400
n/a
25m Cable
COU
n/a
COU
00276
TMS
LMR400
n/a
4m Cable
COU
n/a
COU
00277
TMS
LMR400
n/a
4m Cable
COU
n/a
COU
00278
TILE
34G3
n/a
TILE Test Software
NCR
n/a
NCR
Rented Equipment
* Used during the course of this investigation
CNR: Calibration Not Required
COU: Calibrate On Use
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APPENDIX C – MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT UNCERTAINTY
CISPR 16-4 Measurement Uncertainty ( ULAB )
This uncertainty represents an expanded uncertainty expressed at approximately the 95% confidence interval using a coverage factor of k=2
30MHz - 200MHz
ULAB = 5.14dB UCISPR = 6.3dB
200MHz - 1000MHz
ULAB = 5.90dB UCISPR = 6.3dB
1GHz - 6GHz
ULAB = 4.80dB UCISPR = 5.2dB
6GHz - 18GHz
ULAB = 5.1dB UCISPR = 5.5dB
If the calculated uncertainty Ulab is less than UCISPR then:
Compliance is deemed to occur if NO measured disturbance exceeds the disturbance limit
Non-Compliance is deemed to occur if ANY measured disturbance EXCEEDS the disturbance limit
If the calculated uncertainty Ulab is greater than UCISPR then:
Compliance is deemed to occur if NO measured disturbance, increased by ( Ulab - UCISPR ), exceeds the disturbance limit
Non-Compliance is deemed to occur if ANY measured disturbance, increased by ( Ulab - UCISPR ), EXCEEDS the disturbance limit
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