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FCC SAR Test Report
Report No. : FA740122
FCC SAR Test Report
APPLICANT
: SHARP CORPORATION, IoT Communication BU
EQUIPMENT
: Smart Phone
BRAND NAME
: SHARP
MODEL NAME
: X1
FCC ID
: APYHRO00247
STANDARD
: FCC 47 CFR Part 2 (2.1093)
ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992
IEEE 1528-2013
We, SPORTON INTERNATIONAL INC., would like to declare that the tested sample has been
evaluated in accordance with the procedures and had been in compliance with the
applicable technical standards.
The test results in this report apply exclusively to the tested model / sample. Without
written approval of SPORTON INTERNATIONAL INC., the test report shall not be
reproduced except in full.
Reviewed by: Eric Huang / Manager
Approved by: Jones Tsai / Manager
SPORTON INTERNATIONAL INC.
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Table of Contents
1. Statement of Compliance ............................................................................................................................................. 4
2. Administration Data ...................................................................................................................................................... 5
3. Guidance Applied .......................................................................................................................................................... 5
4. Equipment Under Test (EUT) Information ................................................................................................................... 6
4.1 General Information ............................................................................................................................................... 6
5. RF Exposure Limits....................................................................................................................................................... 7
5.1 Uncontrolled Environment ...................................................................................................................................... 7
5.2 Controlled Environment.......................................................................................................................................... 7
6. Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) ................................................................................................................................... 8
6.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................ 8
6.2 SAR Definition ........................................................................................................................................................ 8
7. System Description and Setup .................................................................................................................................... 9
7.1 E-Field Probe ........................................................................................................................................................10
7.2 Data Acquisition Electronics (DAE) .......................................................................................................................10
7.3 Phantom ................................................................................................................................................................ 11
7.4 Device Holder........................................................................................................................................................12
8. Measurement Procedures ...........................................................................................................................................13
8.1 Spatial Peak SAR Evaluation ................................................................................................................................13
8.2 Power Reference Measurement............................................................................................................................14
8.3 Area Scan .............................................................................................................................................................14
8.4 Zoom Scan ............................................................................................................................................................15
8.5 Volume Scan Procedures ......................................................................................................................................15
8.6 Power Drift Monitoring...........................................................................................................................................15
9. Test Equipment List .....................................................................................................................................................16
10. System Verification ....................................................................................................................................................17
10.1 Tissue Simulating Liquids ....................................................................................................................................17
10.2 Tissue Verification ...............................................................................................................................................18
10.3 System Performance Check Results...................................................................................................................19
11. RF Exposure Positions ..............................................................................................................................................20
11.1 Ear and handset reference point .........................................................................................................................20
11.2 Definition of the cheek position............................................................................................................................21
11.3 Definition of the tilt position..................................................................................................................................22
11.4 Body Worn Accessory .........................................................................................................................................22
11.5 Product Specific Exposure ..................................................................................................................................23
11.6 Wireless Router ...................................................................................................................................................23
12. Conducted RF Output Power (Unit: dBm) ................................................................................................................24
13. Antenna Location .......................................................................................................................................................29
14. SAR Test Results .......................................................................................................................................................30
14.1 Head SAR ...........................................................................................................................................................31
14.2 Hotspot SAR .......................................................................................................................................................32
14.3 Product Specific SAR ..........................................................................................................................................33
14.4 Body Worn Accessory SAR .................................................................................................................................33
15. Simultaneous Transmission Analysis ......................................................................................................................34
15.1 Head Exposure Conditions .................................................................................................................................35
15.2 Hotspot Exposure Conditions ..............................................................................................................................35
15.3 Product Specific Exposure Conditions ................................................................................................................36
15.4 Body-Worn Accessory Exposure Conditions .......................................................................................................36
16. Uncertainty Assessment ...........................................................................................................................................37
17. References ..................................................................................................................................................................40
Appendix A. Plots of System Performance Check
Appendix B. Plots of High SAR Measurement
Appendix C. DASY Calibration Certificate
Appendix D. Test Setup Photos
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Revision History
REPORT NO.
VERSION
FA740122
Rev. 01
DESCRIPTION
Initial issue of report
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1. Statement of Compliance
The maximum results of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) found during testing for SHARP CORPORATION,
IoT Communication BU, Smart Phone, X1, are as follows.
Highest SAR Summary
Highest
Head
Body-worn
Hotspot
Product Specific Simultaneous
(Separation 0mm) (Separation 10mm) (Separation 10mm) (Separation 0mm) Transmission
1g SAR (W/kg)
10g SAR (W/kg) 1g SAR (W/kg)
GSM850
0.14
0.24
0.24
Licensed
1.07
GSM1900
0.18
0.29
0.29
DTS
2.4GHz WLAN
0.36
0.11
0.11
0.54
NII
5GHz WLAN
0.73
0.24
0.85
1.07
DSS
Bluetooth
0.15
0.05
0.05
1.07
Date of Testing:
2017/5/10 ~ 2017/5/27
Equipment
Class
Frequency
Band
This device is in compliance with Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for general population/uncontrolled
exposure limits (1.6 W/kg for Partial-Body, 4.0 W/kg for Product Specific) specified in FCC 47 CFR part 2
(2.1093) and ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992, and had been tested in accordance with the measurement methods
and procedures specified in IEEE 1528-2013 and FCC KDB publications
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2. Administration Data
Test Site
Test Site Location
Testing Laboratory
SPORTON INTERNATIONAL INC.
No.52, Hwa Ya 1st Rd., Hwa Ya Technology Park, Kwei-Shan District, Taoyuan City,
Taiwan (R.O.C.)
TEL: +886-3-327-3456
FAX: +886-3-328-4978
Applicant
Company Name
Address
SHARP CORPORATION, IoT Communication BU
2-13-1, Hachihonmatsu-Iida, Higashi-hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima, 739-0192, Japan
Manufacturer
Company Name
Address
SHARP CORPORATION, IoT Communication BU
2-13-1, Hachihonmatsu-Iida, Higashi-hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima, 739-0192, Japan
3. Guidance Applied
The Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) testing specification, method, and procedure for this device is in accordance with
the following standards:
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FCC 47 CFR Part 2 (2.1093)
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ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992
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IEEE 1528-2013
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FCC KDB 865664 D01 SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz v01r04
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FCC KDB 865664 D02 SAR Reporting v01r02
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FCC KDB 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06
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FCC KDB 648474 D04 SAR Evaluation Considerations for Wireless Handsets v01r03
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FCC KDB 248227 D01 802.11 Wi-Fi SAR v02r02
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FCC KDB 941225 D01 3G SAR Procedures v03r01
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FCC KDB 941225 D06 Hotspot Mode SAR v02r01
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4. Equipment Under Test (EUT) Information
4.1 General Information
Product Feature & Specification
Equipment Name
Brand Name
Model Name
FCC ID
IMEI Code
Smart Phone
SHARP
X1
APYHRO00247
004401116084811
GSM850: 824.2 MHz ~ 848.8 MHz
GSM1900: 1850.2 MHz ~ 1909.8 MHz
WLAN 2.4GHz Band: 2412 MHz ~ 2462 MHz
Wireless Technology and WLAN 5.2GHz Band: 5180 MHz ~ 5240 MHz
Frequency Range
WLAN 5.3GHz Band: 5260 MHz ~ 5320 MHz
WLAN 5.5GHz Band: 5500 MHz ~ 5700 MHz
Bluetooth: 2402 MHz ~ 2480 MHz
NFC : 13.56 MHz
GSM/GPRS
WLAN 2.4GHz : 802.11b/g/n HT20
Mode
WLAN 5GHz : 802.11a/n/ac HT20/HT40/VHT20/VHT40/VHT80
Bluetooth BR/EDR/LE
NFC:ASK
HW Version
PP1
SW Version
IGGY-eng 7.1.1 A404A 00.00.00 test-keys
GSM / (E)GPRS Transfer Class B – EUT cannot support Packet Switched and Circuit Switched Network
mode
simultaneously but can automatically switch between Packet and Circuit Switched Network.
EUT Stage
Identical Prototype
Remark :
1. This device 2.4GHz WLAN support Hotspot operation and Bluetooth support tethering applications.
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5. RF Exposure Limits
5.1 Uncontrolled Environment
Uncontrolled Environments are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individuals who have no knowledge or
control of their exposure. The general population/uncontrolled exposure limits are applicable to situations in which the
general public may be exposed or in which persons who are exposed as a consequence of their employment may not be
made fully aware of the potential for exposure or cannot exercise control over their exposure. Members of the general
public would come under this category when exposure is not employment-related; for example, in the case of a wireless
transmitter that exposes persons in its vicinity.
5.2 Controlled Environment
Controlled Environments are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred by persons who are
aware of the potential for exposure, (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation). In general, occupational/controlled
exposure limits are applicable to situations in which persons are exposed as a consequence of their employment, who
have been made fully aware of the potential for exposure and can exercise control over their exposure. The exposure
category is also applicable when the exposure is of a transient nature due to incidental passage through a location where
the exposure levels may be higher than the general population/uncontrolled limits, but the exposed person is fully aware
of the potential for exposure and can exercise control over his or her exposure by leaving the area or by some other
appropriate means.
Limits for Occupational/Controlled Exposure (W/kg)
Limits for General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure (W/kg)
1.
Whole-Body SAR is averaged over the entire body, partial-body SAR is averaged over any 1gram of tissue
defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube. SAR for hands, wrists, feet and ankles is averaged over any
10 grams of tissue defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube.
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6. Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
6.1 Introduction
SAR is related to the rate at which energy is absorbed per unit mass in an object exposed to a radio field. The SAR
distribution in a biological body is complicated and is usually carried out by experimental techniques or numerical
modeling. The standard recommends limits for two tiers of groups, occupational/controlled and general
population/uncontrolled, based on a person’s awareness and ability to exercise control over his or her exposure. In
general, occupational/controlled exposure limits are higher than the limits for general population/uncontrolled.
6.2 SAR Definition
The SAR definition is the time derivative (rate) of the incremental energy (dW) absorbed by (dissipated in) an
incremental mass (dm) contained in a volume element (dv) of a given density (ρ). The equation description is as
below:
𝐒𝐀𝐑 =
𝐝 𝐝𝐖
𝐝 𝐝𝐖
)= (
𝐝𝐭 𝐝𝐦
𝐝𝐭 𝛒𝐝𝐯
SAR is expressed in units of Watts per kilogram (W/kg)
𝛔|𝐄|𝟐
𝐒𝐀𝐑 =
𝛒
Where: σ is the conductivity of the tissue, ρ is the mass density of the tissue and E is the RMS electrical field strength.
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7. System Description and Setup
The DASY system used for performing compliance tests consists of the following items:
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A standard high precision 6-axis robot with controller, teach pendant and software. An arm extension for
accommodating the data acquisition electronics (DAE).
An isotropic Field probe optimized and calibrated for the targeted measurement.
A data acquisition electronics (DAE) which performs the signal amplification, signal multiplexing,
AD-conversion, offset measurements, mechanical surface detection, collision detection, etc. The unit is
battery powered with standard or rechargeable batteries. The signal is optically transmitted to the EOC.
The Electro-optical converter (EOC) performs the conversion from optical to electrical signals for the
digital communication to the DAE. To use optical surface detection, a special version of the EOC is
required. The EOC signal is transmitted to the measurement server.
The function of the measurement server is to perform the time critical tasks such as signal filtering,
control of the robot operation and fast movement interrupts.
The Light Beam used is for probe alignment. This improves the (absolute) accuracy of the probe
positioning.
A computer running WinXP or Win7 and the DASY5 software.
Remote control and teach pendant as well as additional circuitry for robot safety such as warning lamps,
etc.
The phantom, the device holder and other accessories according to the targeted measurement.
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7.1 E-Field Probe
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The SAR measurement is conducted with the dosimetric probe (manufactured by SPEAG).The probe is specially
designed and calibrated for use in liquid with high permittivity. The dosimetric probe has special calibration in liquid at
different frequency. This probe has a built in optical surface detection system to prevent from collision with phantom.

Construction
Frequency
Directivity
Dynamic Range
Dimensions
Symmetric design with triangular core
Interleaved sensors
Built-in shielding against static charges
PEEK enclosure material (resistant to organic
solvents, e.g., DGBE)
10 MHz – 4 GHz;
Linearity: ±0.2 dB (30 MHz – 4 GHz)
Âą0.2 dB in TSL (rotation around probe axis)
Âą0.3 dB in TSL (rotation normal to probe axis)
5 µW/g – >100 mW/g;
Linearity: Âą0.2 dB
Overall length: 337 mm (tip: 20 mm)
Tip diameter: 3.9 mm (body: 12 mm)
Distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 3.0 mm

Construction
Frequency
Directivity
Dynamic Range
Dimensions
Symmetric design with triangular core
Built-in shielding against static charges
PEEK enclosure material (resistant to organic
solvents, e.g., DGBE)
10 MHz – >6 GHz
Linearity: ±0.2 dB (30 MHz – 6 GHz)
Âą0.3 dB in TSL (rotation around probe axis)
Âą0.5 dB in TSL (rotation normal to probe axis)
10 µW/g – >100 mW/g
Linearity: Âą0.2 dB (noise: typically <1 ÂľW/g)
Overall length: 337 mm (tip: 20 mm)
Tip diameter: 2.5 mm (body: 12 mm)
Typical distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 1
mm
7.2 Data Acquisition Electronics (DAE)
The data acquisition electronics (DAE) consists of a highly sensitive
electrometer-grade
preamplifier
with
auto-zeroing,
channel
and
gain-switching multiplexer, a fast 16 bit AD-converter and a command
decoder and control logic unit. Transmission to the measurement server is
accomplished through an optical downlink for data and status information as
well as an optical uplink for commands and the clock.
The input impedance of the DAE is 200 MOhm; the inputs are symmetrical
and floating. Common mode rejection is above 80 dB.
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7.3 Phantom
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Shell Thickness
Filling Volume
Dimensions
Measurement Areas
2 Âą 0.2 mm;
Center ear point: 6 Âą 0.2 mm
Approx. 25 liters
Length: 1000 mm; Width: 500 mm; Height:
adjustable feet
Left Hand, Right Hand, Flat Phantom
The bottom plate contains three pair of bolts for locking the device holder. The device holder positions are adjusted to the
standard measurement positions in the three sections. A white cover is provided to tap the phantom during off-periods to
prevent water evaporation and changes in the liquid parameters. On the phantom top, three reference markers are
provided to identify the phantom position with respect to the robot.

Shell Thickness
Filling Volume
Dimensions
2 Âą 0.2 mm (sagging: <1%)
Approx. 30 liters
Major ellipse axis: 600 mm
Minor axis: 400 mm
The ELI phantom is intended for compliance testing of handheld and body-mounted wireless devices in the frequency
range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz. ELI4 is fully compatible with standard and all known tissue simulating liquids.
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7.4 Device Holder
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In combination with the Twin SAM V5.0/V5.0c or ELI phantoms, the Mounting Device for Hand-Held Transmitters enables
rotation of the mounted transmitter device to specified spherical coordinates. At the heads, the rotation axis is at the ear
opening. Transmitter devices can be easily and accurately positioned according to IEC 62209-1, IEEE 1528, FCC, or
other specifications. The device holder can be locked for positioning at different phantom sections (left head, right head,
flat). And upgrade kit to Mounting Device to enable easy mounting of wider devices like big smart-phones, e-books, small
tablets, etc. It holds devices with width up to 140 mm.
Mounting Device for Hand-Held
Transmitters
Mounting Device Adaptor for Wide-Phones

The extension is lightweight and made of POM, acrylic glass and foam. It fits easily on the upper part of the mounting
device in place of the phone positioned. The extension is fully compatible with the SAM Twin and ELI phantoms.
Mounting Device for Laptops
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8. Measurement Procedures
The measurement procedures are as follows:

(a) For WWAN power measurement, use base station simulator to configure EUT WWAN transmission in conducted
connection with RF cable, at maximum power in each supported wireless interface and frequency band.
(b) Read the WWAN RF power level from the base station simulator.
(c) For WLAN/BT power measurement, use engineering software to configure EUT WLAN/BT continuously
transmission, at maximum RF power in each supported wireless interface and frequency band
(d) Connect EUT RF port through RF cable to the power meter, and measure WLAN/BT output power

(a) Use base station simulator to configure EUT WWAN transmission in radiated connection, and engineering
software to configure EUT WLAN/BT continuously transmission, at maximum RF power, in the highest power
channel.
(b) Place the EUT in the positions as Appendix D demonstrates.
(c) Set scan area, grid size and other setting on the DASY software.
(d) Measure SAR results for the highest power channel on each testing position.
(e) Find out the largest SAR result on these testing positions of each band
(f) Measure SAR results for other channels in worst SAR testing position if the reported SAR of highest power
channel is larger than 0.8 W/kg
According to the test standard, the recommended procedure for assessing the peak spatial-average SAR value
consists of the following steps:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
Power reference measurement
Area scan
Zoom scan
Power drift measurement
8.1 Spatial Peak SAR Evaluation
The procedure for spatial peak SAR evaluation has been implemented according to the test standard. It can be
conducted for 1g and 10g, as well as for user-specific masses. The DASY software includes all numerical
procedures necessary to evaluate the spatial peak SAR value.
The base for the evaluation is a "cube" measurement. The measured volume must include the 1g and 10g cubes
with the highest averaged SAR values. For that purpose, the center of the measured volume is aligned to the
interpolated peak SAR value of a previously performed area scan.
The entire evaluation of the spatial peak values is performed within the post-processing engine (SEMCAD). The
system always gives the maximum values for the 1g and 10g cubes. The algorithm to find the cube with highest
averaged SAR is divided into the following stages:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
Extraction of the measured data (grid and values) from the Zoom Scan
Calculation of the SAR value at every measurement point based on all stored data (A/D values and
measurement parameters)
Generation of a high-resolution mesh within the measured volume
Interpolation of all measured values form the measurement grid to the high-resolution grid
Extrapolation of the entire 3-D field distribution to the phantom surface over the distance from sensor to surface
Calculation of the averaged SAR within masses of 1g and 10g
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8.2 Power Reference Measurement
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The Power Reference Measurement and Power Drift Measurements are for monitoring the power drift of the device under
test in the batch process. The minimum distance of probe sensors to surface determines the closest measurement point
to phantom surface. This distance cannot be smaller than the distance of sensor calibration points to probe tip as defined
in the probe properties.
8.3 Area Scan
The area scan is used as a fast scan in two dimensions to find the area of high field values, before doing a fine
measurement around the hot spot. The sophisticated interpolation routines implemented in DASY software can find the
maximum found in the scanned area, within a range of the global maximum. The range (in dB0 is specified in the
standards for compliance testing. For example, a 2 dB range is required in IEEE standard 1528 and IEC 62209 standards,
whereby 3 dB is a requirement when compliance is assessed in accordance with the ARIB standard (Japan), if only one
zoom scan follows the area scan, then only the absolute maximum will be taken as reference. For cases where multiple
maximums are detected, the number of zoom scans has to be increased accordingly.
Area scan parameters extracted from FCC KDB 865664 D01v01r04 SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz.
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8.4 Zoom Scan
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Zoom scans are used assess the peak spatial SAR values within a cubic averaging volume containing 1 gram and 10
gram of simulated tissue. The zoom scan measures points (refer to table below) within a cube shoes base faces are
centered on the maxima found in a preceding area scan job within the same procedure. When the measurement is done,
the zoom scan evaluates the averaged SAR for 1 gram and 10 gram and displays these values next to the job’s label.
Zoom scan parameters extracted from FCC KDB 865664 D01v01r04 SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz.
8.5 Volume Scan Procedures
The volume scan is used for assess overlapping SAR distributions for antennas transmitting in different frequency bands.
It is equivalent to an oversized zoom scan used in standalone measurements. The measurement volume will be used to
enclose all the simultaneous transmitting antennas. For antennas transmitting simultaneously in different frequency bands,
the volume scan is measured separately in each frequency band. In order to sum correctly to compute the 1g aggregate
SAR, the EUT remain in the same test position for all measurements and all volume scan use the same spatial resolution
and grid spacing. When all volume scan were completed, the software, SEMCAD postprocessor can combine and
subsequently superpose these measurement data to calculating the multiband SAR.
8.6 Power Drift Monitoring
All SAR testing is under the EUT install full charged battery and transmit maximum output power. In DASY measurement
software, the power reference measurement and power drift measurement procedures are used for monitoring the power
drift of EUT during SAR test. Both these procedures measure the field at a specified reference position before and after
the SAR testing. The software will calculate the field difference in dB. If the power drifts more than 5%, the SAR will be
retested.
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9. Test Equipment List
Manufacturer
Name of Equipment
Type/Model
Serial Number
Calibration
Last Cal.
Due Date
SPEAG
835MHz System Validation Kit
D835V2
499
Mar. 21, 2017
Mar. 20, 2018
SPEAG
1900MHz System Validation Kit
D1900V2
5d041
Sep. 30, 2016
Sep. 29, 2017
SPEAG
2450MHz System Validation Kit
D2450V2
926
Jul. 25, 2016
Jul. 24, 2017
SPEAG
5GHz System Validation Kit
D5GHzV2
1006
Sep. 27, 2016
Sep. 26, 2017
SPEAG
Data Acquisition Electronics
DAE3
495
May. 27, 2016
May. 26, 2017
SPEAG
Data Acquisition Electronics
DAE4
1399
Nov. 17, 2016
Nov. 16, 2017
SPEAG
Data Acquisition Electronics
DAE4
778
May. 12, 2016
May. 11, 2017
SPEAG
Data Acquisition Electronics
DAE4
916
Dec. 15, 2016
Dec. 14, 2017
SPEAG
Data Acquisition Electronics
DAE4
853
Jul. 11, 2016
Jul. 10, 2017
SPEAG
Dosimetric E-Field Probe
EX3DV4
3925
May. 26, 2016
May. 25, 2017
SPEAG
Dosimetric E-Field Probe
EX3DV4
3955
Nov. 24, 2016
Nov. 23, 2017
SPEAG
Dosimetric E-Field Probe
ES3DV3
3270
Aug. 26, 2016
Aug. 25, 2017
SPEAG
Dosimetric E-Field Probe
ES3DV3
3169
May. 11, 2017
May. 10, 2018
WonDer
Thermometer
WD-5015
TM281
Oct. 12, 2016
Oct. 11, 2017
Wisewind
Thermometer
HTC-1
TM560
Oct. 12, 2016
Oct. 11, 2017
Wisewind
Thermometer
HTC-1
TM225
Oct. 12, 2016
Oct. 11, 2017
Anritsu
Radio Communication Analyzer
MT8820C
6201341950
Dec. 14, 2016
Dec. 13, 2017
SPEAG
Device Holder
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Anritsu
Signal Generator
MG3710A
6201502524
Dec. 09, 2016
Dec. 08, 2017
Jan. 03, 2018
Agilent
ENA Network Analyzer
E5071C
MY46316648
Jan. 04, 2017
SPEAG
Dielectric Probe Kit
DAK-3.5
1126
Jul. 19, 2016
Jul. 18, 2017
LINE SEIKI
Digital Thermometer
LKMelectronic
DTM3000SPEZIAL
Sep. 05, 2016
Sep. 04, 2017
Anritsu
Power Meter
ML2495A
1438002
Dec. 06, 2016
Dec. 05, 2017
Anritsu
Power Sensor
MA2411B
1339195
Dec. 06, 2016
Dec. 05, 2017
Anritsu
Power Meter
ML2495A
932001
Sep. 29, 2016
Sep. 28, 2017
Anritsu
Power Sensor
MA2411B
846202
Sep. 29, 2016
Sep. 28, 2017
Agilent
Spectrum Analyzer
E4408B
MY44211028
Aug. 22, 2016
Aug. 21, 2017
Mini-Circuits
Power Amplifier
ZVE-8G+
D120604
Mar. 09, 2017
Mar. 08, 2018
Mini-Circuits
Power Amplifier
ZHL-42W+
QA1344002
Mar. 09, 2017
Mar. 08, 2018
ATM
Dual Directional Coupler
C122H-10
P610410z-02
Note 1
Woken
Attenuator 1
WK0602-XX
N/A
Note 1
PE
Attenuator 2
PE7005-10
N/A
Note 1
PE
Attenuator 3
PE7005- 3
N/A
Note 1
General Note:
1.
Prior to system verification and validation, the path loss from the signal generator to the system check source and
the power meter, which includes the amplifier, cable, attenuator and directional coupler, was measured by the
network analyzer. The reading of the power meter was offset by the path loss difference between the path to the
power meter and the path to the system check source to monitor the actual power level fed to the system check
source.
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10. System Verification
10.1 Tissue Simulating Liquids
For the measurement of the field distribution inside the SAM phantom with DASY, the phantom must be
filled with around 25 liters of homogeneous body tissue simulating liquid. For head SAR testing, the liquid
height from the ear reference point (ERP) of the phantom to the liquid top surface is larger than 15 cm,
which is shown in Fig. 10.1. For body SAR testing, the liquid height from the center of the flat phantom to
the liquid top surface is larger than 15 cm, which is shown in Fig. 10.2.
Fig 10.1Photo of Liquid Height for Head SAR
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The following tissue formulations are provided for reference only as some of the parameters have not been
thoroughly verified. The composition of ingredients may be modified accordingly to achieve the desired target
tissue parameters required for routine SAR evaluation.
Frequency
(MHz)
Water
(%)
Sugar
(%)
Cellulose
(%)
750
835
900
1800, 1900, 2000
2450
2600
41.1
40.3
40.3
55.2
55.0
54.8
57.0
57.9
57.9
0.2
0.2
0.2
750
835
900
1800, 1900, 2000
2450
2600
51.7
50.8
50.8
70.2
68.6
68.1
47.2
48.2
48.2
Salt
(%)
For Head
1.4
1.4
1.4
0.3
0.1
For Body
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.4
0.1
Preventol
(%)
DGBE
(%)
Conductivity
(σ)
Permittivity
(Îľr)
0.2
0.2
0.2
44.5
45.0
45.1
0.89
0.90
0.97
1.40
1.80
1.96
41.9
41.5
41.5
40.0
39.2
39.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
29.4
31.4
31.8
0.96
0.97
1.05
1.52
1.95
2.16
55.5
55.2
55.0
53.3
52.7
52.5
Simulating Liquid for 5GHz, Manufactured by SPEAG
Ingredients
(% by weight)
Water
64~78%
Mineral oil
11~18%
Emulsifiers
9~15%
Additives and Salt
2~3%

Frequency Tissue
(MHz)
Type
Liquid
Temp.
(℃)
Conductivity Permittivity Conductivity Permittivity Delta (σ)
(σ)
(Îľr)
Target (σ) Target (ξr)
(%)
Delta (Îľr)
(%)
Limit (%)
Date
835
HSL
22.5
0.867
40.569
0.90
41.50
-3.67
-2.24
Âą5
2017/5/12
835
MSL
22.5
0.969
56.931
0.97
55.20
-0.10
3.14
Âą5
2017/5/10
1900
HSL
22.4
1.396
38.367
1.40
40.00
-0.29
-4.08
Âą5
2017/5/11
1900
MSL
22.7
1.535
53.015
1.52
53.30
0.99
-0.53
Âą5
2017/5/10
2450
HSL
22.2
1.790
39.500
1.80
39.20
-0.56
0.77
Âą5
2017/5/19
2450
HSL
22.5
1.783
40.222
1.80
39.20
-0.94
2.61
Âą5
2017/5/27
2450
MSL
22.2
1.950
54.800
1.95
52.70
0.00
3.98
Âą5
2017/5/19
2450
MSL
22.5
1.933
53.503
1.95
52.70
-0.87
1.52
Âą5
2017/5/27
5250
HSL
22.3
4.610
36.800
4.71
35.95
-2.12
2.36
Âą5
2017/5/20
5250
MSL
22.3
5.410
47.900
5.36
48.95
0.93
-2.15
Âą5
2017/5/20
5600
HSL
22.3
4.970
36.300
5.07
35.50
-1.97
2.25
Âą5
2017/5/20
5600
MSL
22.3
5.870
47.300
5.77
48.50
1.73
-2.47
Âą5
2017/5/20
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10.3 System Performance Check Results
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Comparing to the original SAR value provided by SPEAG, the verification data should be within its specification of 10 %.
Below table shows the target SAR and measured SAR after normalized to 1W input power. The table below indicates the
system performance check can meet the variation criterion and the plots can be referred to Appendix A of this report.
Input
Frequency Tissue
Power
(MHz)
Type
(mW)
2017/5/12
835
HSL 250
Date
D835V2-499
Measured Targeted Normalized
Deviation
1g SAR 1g SAR 1g SAR
(%)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
EX3DV4 - SN3955 DAE4 Sn1399
2.28
9.45
9.12
-3.49
D835V2-499
Dipole
S/N
Probe
S/N
DAE
S/N
2017/5/10
835
MSL
250
EX3DV4 - SN3925 DAE3 Sn495
2.51
9.67
10.04
3.83
2017/5/11
1900
HSL
250
D1900V2-5d041 ES3DV3 - SN3270 DAE4 Sn778
10.30
40.50
41.20
1.73
2017/5/10
1900
MSL
250
D1900V2-5d041 EX3DV4 - SN3925 DAE3 Sn495
9.97
38.80
39.88
2.78
2017/5/19
2450
HSL
250
D2450V2-926
ES3DV3 - SN3270 DAE4 Sn916
13.30
52.80
53.20
0.76
2017/5/27
2450
HSL
250
D2450V2-926
ES3DV3 - SN3169 DAE4 Sn853
13.50
52.80
54.00
2.27
2017/5/19
2450
MSL
250
D2450V2-926
ES3DV3 - SN3270 DAE4 Sn916
12.40
51.20
49.60
-3.13
2017/5/27
2450
MSL
250
D2450V2-926
ES3DV3 - SN3169 DAE4 Sn853
12.00
51.20
48.00
-6.25
2017/5/20
5250
HSL
100
D5GHzV2-1006 EX3DV4 - SN3955 DAE4 Sn1399
8.11
80.60
81.10
0.62
2017/5/20
5250
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1006 EX3DV4 - SN3955 DAE4 Sn1399
7.35
75.50
73.50
-2.65
2017/5/20
5600
HSL
100
D5GHzV2-1006 EX3DV4 - SN3955 DAE4 Sn1399
8.94
83.80
89.40
6.68
2017/5/20
5600
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1006 EX3DV4 - SN3955 DAE4 Sn1399
8.48
78.60
84.80
7.89
Input
Measured Targeted Normalized
Frequency Tissue
Dipole
Probe
DAE
Deviation
Power
10g SAR 10g SAR 10g SAR
(MHz)
Type
S/N
S/N
S/N
(%)
(mW)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
2017/5/20
5250
MSL 100 D5GHzV2-1006 EX3DV4 - SN3955 DAE4 Sn1399
2.02
21.20
20.20
-4.72
Date
2017/5/20
5600
MSL
100
D5GHzV2-1006 EX3DV4 - SN3955 DAE4 Sn1399
Fig 8.3.1 System Performance Check Setup
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22.00
23.10
5.00
Fig 8.3.2 Setup Photo
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11. RF Exposure Positions
11.1 Ear and handset reference point
Figure 9.1.1 shows the front, back, and side views of the SAM phantom. The center-of-mouth reference point
is labeled “M,” the left ear reference point (ERP) is marked “LE,” and the right ERP is marked “RE.” Each ERP
is 15 mm along the B-M (back-mouth) line behind the entrance-to-ear-canal (EEC) point, as shown in Figure
9.1.2 The Reference Plane is defined as passing through the two ear reference points and point M. The line
N-F (neck-front), also called the reference pivoting line, is normal to the Reference Plane and perpendicular to
both a line passing through RE and LE and the B-M line (see Figure 9.1.3). Both N-F and B-M lines should be
marked on the exterior of the phantom shell to facilitate handset positioning. Posterior to the N-F line the ear
shape is a flat surface with 6 mm thickness at each ERP, and forward of the N-F line the ear is truncated, as
illustrated in Figure 9.1.2. The ear truncation is introduced to preclude the ear lobe from interfering with
handset tilt, which could lead to unstable positioning at the cheek.
Fig 9.1.1 Front, back, and side views of SAM twin phantom
Fig 9.1.2 Close-up side view of phantom showing the
ear region.
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11.2 Definition of the cheek position
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Ready the handset for talk operation, if necessary. For example, for handsets with a cover piece (flip cover), open the
cover. If the handset can transmit with the cover closed, both configurations must be tested.
Define two imaginary lines on the handset—the vertical centerline and the horizontal line. The vertical centerline
passes through two points on the front side of the handset—the midpoint of the width wt of the handset at the level of
the acoustic output (point A in Figure 9.2.1 and Figure 9.2.2), and the midpoint of the width wb of the bottom of the
handset (point B). The horizontal line is perpendicular to the vertical centerline and passes through the center of the
acoustic output (see Figure 9.2.1). The two lines intersect at point A. Note that for many handsets, point A coincides
with the center of the acoustic output; however, the acoustic output may be located elsewhere on the horizontal line.
Also note that the vertical centerline is not necessarily parallel to the front face of the handset (see Figure 9.2.2),
especially for clamshell handsets, handsets with flip covers, and other irregularly-shaped handsets.
Position the handset close to the surface of the phantom such that point A is on the (virtual) extension of the line
passing through points RE and LE on the phantom (see Figure 9.2.3), such that the plane defined by the vertical
centerline and the horizontal line of the handset is approximately parallel to the sagittal plane of the phantom.
Translate the handset towards the phantom along the line passing through RE and LE until handset point A touches
the pinna at the ERP.
While maintaining the handset in this plane, rotate it around the LE-RE line until the vertical centerline is in the plane
normal to the plane containing B-M and N-F lines, i.e., the Reference Plane.
Rotate the handset around the vertical centerline until the handset (horizontal line) is parallel to the N-F line.
While maintaining the vertical centerline in the Reference Plane, keeping point A on the line passing through RE and
LE, and maintaining the handset contact with the pinna, rotate the handset about the N-F line until any point on the
handset is in contact with a phantom point below the pinna on the cheek. See Figure 9.2.3. The actual rotation angles
should be documented in the test report.
Fig 9.2.1 Handset vertical and horizontal
reference lines—“fixed case
Fig 9.2.2 Handset vertical and horizontal reference
lines—“clam-shell case”
Fig 9.2.3 cheek or touch position. The reference points for the right ear (RE), left ear (LE), and mouth (M), which
establish the Reference Plane for handset positioning, are indicated.
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11.3 Definition of the tilt position
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Ready the handset for talk operation, if necessary. For example, for handsets with a cover piece (flip cover), open the
cover. If the handset can transmit with the cover closed, both configurations must be tested.
While maintaining the orientation of the handset, move the handset away from the pinna along the line passing
through RE and LE far enough to allow a rotation of the handset away from the cheek by 15°.
Rotate the handset around the horizontal line by 15°.
While maintaining the orientation of the handset, move the handset towards the phantom on the line passing through
RE and LE until any part of the handset touches the ear. The tilt position is obtained when the contact point is on the
pinna. See Figure 9.3.1. If contact occurs at any location other than the pinna, e.g., the antenna at the back of the
phantom head, the angle of the handset should be reduced. In this case, the tilt position is obtained if any point on the
handset is in contact with the pinna and a second point
Fig 9.3.1 Tilt position. The reference points for the right ear (RE), left ear (LE), and mouth (M), which define the
Reference Plane for handset positioning, are indicated.
11.4 Body Worn Accessory
Body-worn operating configurations are tested with the belt-clips and holsters attached to the device and positioned
against a flat phantom in a normal use configuration (see Figure 9.4). Per KDB648474 D04v01r03, body-worn accessory
exposure is typically related to voice mode operations when handsets are carried in body-worn accessories. The
body-worn accessory procedures in FCC KDB 447498 D01v06 should be used to test for body-worn accessory SAR
compliance, without a headset connected to it. This enables the test results for such configuration to be compatible with
that required for hotspot mode when the body-worn accessory test separation distance is greater than or equal to that
required for hotspot mode, when applicable. When the reported SAR for body-worn accessory, measured without a
headset connected to the handset is > 1.2 W/kg, the highest reported SAR configuration for that wireless mode and
frequency band should be repeated for that body-worn accessory with a handset attached to the handset.
Accessories for body-worn operation configurations are divided into two categories: those that do not contain metallic
components and those that do contain metallic components and those that do contain metallic components. When
multiple accessories that do not contain metallic components are supplied with the device, the device is tested with only
the accessory that dictates the closest spacing to the body. Then multiple accessories that contain metallic components
are test with the device with each accessory. If multiple accessories share an identical metallic component (i.e. the same
metallic belt-chip used with different holsters with no other metallic components) only the accessory that dictates the
closest spacing to the body is tested.
Fig 9.4 Body Worn Position
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11.5 Product Specific Exposure
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For smart phones with a display diagonal dimension > 15.0 cm or an overall diagonal dimension > 16.0 cm that provide
similar mobile web access and multimedia support found in mini-tablets or UMPC mini-tablets that support voice calls next
to the ear, According to KDB648474 D04v01r03, the following phablet procedures should be applied to evaluate SAR
compliance for each applicable wireless modes and frequency band. Devices marketed as phablets, regardless of form
factors and operating characteristics must be tested as a phablet to determine SAR compliance
1. The normally required head and body-worn accessory SAR test procedures for handsets, including hotspot mode, must
be applied.
2. The UMPC mini-tablet procedures must also be applied to test the SAR of all surfaces and edges with an antenna
located at ≤ 25 mm from that surface or edge, in direct contact with a flat phantom, for 10-g extremity SAR according to
the body-equivalent tissue dielectric parameters in KDB 865664 to address interactive hand use exposure conditions.6
The UMPC mini-tablet 1-g SAR at 5 mm is not required. When hotspot mode applies, 10-g extremity SAR is required only
for the surfaces and edges with hotspot mode 1-g reported SAR > 1.2 W/kg.
11.6 Wireless Router
Some battery-operated handsets have the capability to transmit and receive user through simultaneous transmission of
WIFI simultaneously with a separate licensed transmitter. The FCC has provided guidance in FCC KDB Publication
941225 D06 v02r01 where SAR test considerations for handsets (L x W ≥ 9 cm x 5 cm) are based on a composite test
separation distance of 10mm from the front, back and edges of the device containing transmitting antennas within 2.5cm
of their edges, determined form general mixed use conditions for this type of devices. Since the hotspot SAR results may
overlap with the body-worn accessory SAR requirements, the more conservative configurations can be considered, thus
excluding some body-worn accessory SAR tests.
When the user enables the personal wireless router functions for the handset, actual operations include simultaneous
transmission of both the WIFI transmitter and another licensed transmitter. Both transmitters often do not transmit at the
same transmitting frequency and thus cannot be evaluated for SAR under actual use conditions due to the limitations of
the SAR assessment probes. Therefore, SAR must be evaluated for each frequency transmission and mode separately
and spatially summed with the WIFI transmitter according to FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06 publication
procedures. The “Portable Hotspot” feature on the handset was NOT activated during SAR assessments, to ensure the
SAR measurements were evaluated for a single transmission frequency RF signal at a time.
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12. Conducted RF Output Power (Unit: dBm)

1.
2.
3.
Per KDB 447498 D01v06, the maximum output power channel is used for SAR testing and for further SAR test
reduction.
Per KDB 941225 D01v03r01, for SAR test reduction for GSM / GPRS modes is determined by the source-based
time-averaged output power including tune-up tolerance. The mode with highest specified time-averaged output
power should be tested for SAR compliance in the applicable exposure conditions. For modes with the same
specified maximum output power and tolerance, the higher number time-slot configuration should be tested.
Therefore, the GPRS (4Tx slots) for GSM850/GSM1900 is considered as the primary mode.
Other configurations of GSM / GPRS are considered as secondary modes. The 3G SAR test reduction procedure is
applied, when the maximum output power and tune-up tolerance specified for production units in a secondary mode
is ≤ ¼ dB higher than the primary mode, SAR measurement is not required for the secondary mode
GSM850
Burst Average Power (dBm)
TX Channel
128
189
251
Frequency (MHz)
824.2
836.4
848.8
Tune-up
Limit
(dBm)
Frame-Average Power (dBm)
128
189
251
824.2
836.4
848.8
Tune-up
Limit
(dBm)
GSM 1 Tx slot
32.50
32.28
32.30
33.40
23.50
23.28
23.30
24.40
GPRS 1 Tx slot
32.56
32.30
32.33
33.40
23.56
23.30
23.33
24.40
GPRS 2 Tx slots
30.10
30.15
30.11
31.20
24.10
24.15
24.11
25.20
GPRS 3 Tx slots
28.11
28.12
28.12
29.40
23.85
23.86
23.86
25.14
GPRS 4 Tx slots
27.45
27.40
27.39
28.90
24.45
24.40
24.39
25.90
GSM1900
Burst Average Power (dBm)
TX Channel
512
Frequency (MHz)
GSM 1 Tx slot
Tune-up
Limit
(dBm)
661
810
1850.2
1880
1909.8
28.82
28.80
28.89
30.80
Frame-Average Power (dBm)
512
Tune-up
Limit
(dBm)
661
810
1850.2
1880
1909.8
19.82
19.80
19.89
21.80
GPRS 1 Tx slot
28.86
28.82
28.94
30.80
19.86
19.82
19.94
21.80
GPRS 2 Tx slots
26.61
26.68
26.65
28.60
20.61
20.68
20.65
22.60
GPRS 3 Tx slots
24.83
24.85
24.81
26.80
20.57
20.59
20.55
22.54
GPRS 4 Tx slots
24.32
24.31
24.33
26.30
21.32
21.31
21.33
23.30
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General Note:
1.
Per KDB 248227 D01v02r02, SAR test reduction is determined according to 802.11 transmission mode
configurations and certain exposure conditions with multiple test positions. In the 2.4 GHz band, separate SAR
procedures are applied to DSSS and OFDM configurations to simplify DSSS test requirements. For OFDM, in both
2.4 and 5 GHz bands, an initial test configuration must be determined for each standalone and aggregated
frequency band, according to the transmission mode configuration with the highest maximum output power
specified for production units to perform SAR measurements. If the same highest maximum output power applies to
different combinations of channel bandwidths, modulations and data rates, additional procedures are applied to
determine which test configurations require SAR measurement. When applicable, an initial test position may be
applied to reduce the number of SAR measurements required for next to the ear, UMPC mini-tablet or hotspot mode
configurations with multiple test positions.
2.
For 2.4 GHz 802.11b DSSS, either the initial test position procedure for multiple exposure test positions or the
DSSS procedure for fixed exposure position is applied; these are mutually exclusive. For 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz OFDM
configurations, the initial test configuration is applied to measure SAR using either the initial test position procedure
for multiple exposure test position configurations or the initial test configuration procedures for fixed exposure test
conditions. Based on the reported SAR of the measured configurations and maximum output power of the
transmission mode configurations that are not included in the initial test configuration, the subsequent test
configuration and initial test position procedures are applied to determine if SAR measurements are required for the
remaining OFDM transmission configurations. In general, the number of test channels that require SAR
measurement is minimized based on maximum output power measured for the test sample(s).
3.
For OFDM transmission configurations in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, When the same maximum power is
specified for multiple transmission modes in a frequency band, the largest channel bandwidth, lowest order
modulation, lowest data rate and lowest order 802.11a/g/n/ac mode is used for SAR measurement, on the highest
measured output power channel for each frequency band.
4.
DSSS and OFDM configurations are considered separately according to the required SAR procedures. SAR is
measured in the initial test position using the 802.11 transmission mode configuration required by the DSSS
procedure or initial test configuration and subsequent test configuration(s) according to the OFDM procedures.18
The initial test position procedure is described in the following:
a. When the reported SAR of the initial test position is ≤ 0.4 W/kg, further SAR measurement is not required for
the other test positions in that exposure configuration and 802.11 transmission mode combinations within the
frequency band or aggregated band.
b. When the reported SAR of the test position is > 0.4 W/kg, SAR is repeated for the 802.11 transmission mode
configuration tested in the initial test position to measure the subsequent next closet/smallest test separation
distance and maximum coupling test position on the highest maximum output power channel, until the report
SAR is ≤ 0.8 W/kg or all required test position are tested.
c. For all positions/configurations, when the reported SAR is > 0.8 W/kg, SAR is measured for these test
positions/configurations on the subsequent next highest measured output power channel(s) until the reported
SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg or all required channels are tested.
<2.4GHz WLAN>
Mode
802.11b 1Mbps
2.4GHz WLAN
802.11g 6Mbps
802.11n-HT20 MCS0
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Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Average power
(dBm)
Tune-Up
Limit
2412
14.54
16.00
2437
14.62
16.00
11
2462
14.17
16.00
2412
9.83
11.50
2437
9.70
11.50
11
2462
9.50
11.50
2412
9.93
11.50
2437
9.89
11.50
11
2462
9.51
11.50
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Duty Cycle %
100.00
98.56
97.71
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<5GHz WLAN>
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Average power
(dBm)
Tune-Up
Limit
36
5180
12.81
13.00
40
5200
12.71
13.00
44
5220
12.48
13.00
48
5240
12.71
13.00
36
5180
12.63
13.00
40
5200
12.58
13.00
44
5220
12.54
13.00
48
5240
12.59
13.00
38
5190
12.20
13.00
46
5230
12.15
13.00
36
5180
12.62
13.00
40
5200
12.56
13.00
44
5220
12.53
13.00
48
5240
12.56
13.00
38
5190
12.17
13.00
46
5230
12.14
13.00
802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0
42
5210
11.12
12.00
91.79
Mode
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Average power
(dBm)
Tune-Up
Limit
Duty Cycle %
52
5260
12.60
13.00
56
5280
12.53
13.00
60
5300
12.47
13.00
64
5320
12.73
13.00
52
5260
12.61
13.00
56
5280
12.60
13.00
60
5300
12.62
13.00
64
5320
12.74
13.00
54
5270
12.05
13.00
62
5310
12.09
13.00
52
5260
12.59
13.00
56
5280
12.55
13.00
60
5300
12.61
13.00
64
5320
12.72
13.00
54
5270
12.04
13.00
62
5310
12.06
13.00
58
5290
11.09
12.00
Mode
802.11a 6Mbps
802.11n-HT20 MCS0
5.2GHz WLAN
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
802.11ac-VHT20 MCS0
802.11ac-VHT40 MCS0
802.11a 6Mbps
802.11n-HT20 MCS0
5.3GHz WLAN
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
802.11ac-VHT20 MCS0
802.11ac-VHT40 MCS0
802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0
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Duty Cycle %
98.56
97.70
97.62
97.00
95.29
98.56
97.70
97.62
97.00
95.29
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Mode
802.11a 6Mbps
802.11n-HT20 MCS0
5.5GHz WLAN
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
802.11ac-VHT20 MCS0
802.11ac-VHT40 MCS0
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Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Average power
(dBm)
Tune-Up
Limit
100
5500
11.28
12.00
116
5580
11.23
12.00
124
5620
11.01
12.00
132
5660
10.84
12.00
140
5700
10.54
12.00
100
5500
11.34
12.00
116
5580
11.35
12.00
124
5620
11.10
12.00
132
5660
10.97
12.00
140
5700
10.67
12.00
102
5510
11.12
12.00
110
5550
11.10
12.00
126
5630
10.86
12.00
134
5670
10.32
12.00
100
5500
11.33
12.00
116
5580
11.31
12.00
124
5620
11.00
12.00
132
5660
10.80
12.00
140
5700
10.65
12.00
102
5510
11.11
12.00
110
5550
11.07
12.00
126
5630
10.84
12.00
134
5670
10.31
12.00
106
5530
10.19
12.00
122
5610
10.01
12.00
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Duty Cycle %
98.56
97.70
97.62
97.00
95.29
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<2.4GHz Bluetooth >
Mode
BR / EDR
Average power (dBm)
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
1Mbps
2Mbps
3Mbps
CH 00
2402
11.28
9.14
9.24
CH 39
2441
10.54
8.34
8.39
CH 78
2480
10.99
8.78
8.83
12.50
12.50
12.50
Tune-up Limit
Mode
LE
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Average power (dBm)
CH 00
2402
2.58
CH 19
2440
2.37
CH 39
2480
2.31
GFSK
Tune-up Limit
3.00
General Note:
1.
For 2.4GHz Bluetooth SAR testing was selected 1Mbps, due to its highest average power.
2.
The Bluetooth duty cycle is 77.6 % as following figure, according to 2016 Oct. TCB workshop for Bluetooth SAR
scaling need further consideration and the theoretical duty cycle is 83.3%, therefore the actual duty cycle will be
scaled up to the theoretical value of Bluetooth reported SAR calculation
Bluetooth time-domain plot
RBW 1 MHz
* VBW
Ref
20
20 dBm
Offset
* Att
20 dB
Delta 3 [T1 ]
1 MHz
-0.05 dB
SWT 15 ms
3.750000 ms
25.2 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
3.57 dBm
2.610000 ms
10
1 PK
MAXH
Delta 2 [T1 ]
SGL
-1.04 dB
2.910000 ms
LVL
-10
-20
-30
3DB
-40
-50
-60
-70
-80
Center 2.441 GHz
Date: 21.APR.2017
1.5 ms/
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13. Antenna Location
Top Side
74.1mm
WLAN/BT
Antenna
NFC
Right
Side
152.3mm
Left
Side
160.9mm
WWAN Antenna
Back View
Bottom Side
Distance of the Antenna to the EUT surface/edge
Antennas
Back
Front
Top Side
Bottom Side
Right Side
WWAN
≤ 25mm
≤ 25mm
> 25mm
≤ 25mm
≤ 25mm
Left Side
≤ 25mm
BT&WLAN
≤ 25mm
≤ 25mm
≤ 25mm
> 25mm
≤ 25mm
> 25mm
Positions for SAR tests; Hotspot mode
Antennas
Back
Front
Top Side
Bottom Side
Right Side
Left Side
WWAN
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
BT&WLAN
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
General Note:
1.
Referring to KDB 941225 D06 v02r01, when the overall device length and width are ≥ 9cm*5cm, the test distance is
10 mm. SAR must be measured for all sides and surfaces with a transmitting antenna located within 25mm from that
surface or edge
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14. SAR Test Results
General Note:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Per KDB 447498 D01v06, the reported SAR is the measured SAR value adjusted for maximum tune-up tolerance.
a. Tune-up scaling Factor = tune-up limit power (mW) / EUT RF power (mW), where tune-up limit is the maximum rated
power among all production units.
b. For SAR testing of WLAN signal with non-100% duty cycle, the measured SAR is scaled-up by the duty cycle scaling
factor which is equal to "1/(duty cycle)"
c. For WWAN: Reported SAR(W/kg)= Measured SAR(W/kg)*Tune-up Scaling Factor
d. For WLAN / Bluetooth: Reported SAR(W/kg)= Measured SAR(W/kg)* Duty Cycle scaling factor * Tune-up scaling factor
Per KDB 447498 D01v06, for each exposure position, testing of other required channels within the operating mode of a
frequency band is not required when the reported 1-g or 10-g SAR for the mid-band or highest output power channel is:
‧ ≤ 0.8 W/kg or 2.0 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g respectively, when the transmission band is ≤ 100 MHz
‧ ≤ 0.6 W/kg or 1.5 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g respectively, when the transmission band is between 100 MHz and 200 MHz
‧ ≤ 0.4 W/kg or 1.0 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g respectively, when the transmission band is ≥ 200 MHz
Per KDB 865664 D01v01r04, for each frequency band, repeated SAR measurement is required only when the measured
SAR is ≥0.8W/kg.
Per KDB 648474 D04v01r03, when the reported SAR for a body-worn accessory measured without a headset connected to
the handset is ≤ 1.2 W/kg, SAR testing with a headset connected to the handset is not required.
Per KDB648474 D04v01r03, for smart phones with a display diagonal dimension > 15cm or an overall diagonal dimension >
16cm, when hotspot mode applies, 10-g product specific SAR is required only for the surfaces and edges with hotspot mode
1-g reported SAR > 1.2 W/kg, in this report all the hotspot mode results are < 1.2W/kg.
For 5.3GHz / 5.5GHz WLAN product specific SAR is necessary too, due to an overall diagonal dimension is > 16cm.
GSM Note:
1. Per KDB 941225 D01v03r01, for SAR test reduction for GSM / GPRS modes is determined by the source-based
time-averaged output power including tune-up tolerance. The mode with highest specified time-averaged output power
should be tested for SAR compliance in the applicable exposure conditions. For modes with the same specified maximum
output power and tolerance, the higher number time-slot configuration should be tested. Therefore, the GPRS (4Tx slots) for
GSM850/GSM1900 is considered as the primary mode.
2. Other configurations of GSM / GPRS are considered as secondary modes. The 3G SAR test reduction procedure is applied,
when the maximum output power and tune-up tolerance specified for production units in a secondary mode is ≤ ¼ dB higher
than the primary mode, SAR measurement is not required for the secondary mode.
WLAN Note:
1. Per KDB 248227 D01v02r02, for 2.4GHz 802.11g/n SAR testing is not required when the highest reported SAR for DSSS is
adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS specified maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg.
2. Per KDB 248227 D01v02r02, U-NII-1 SAR testing is not required when the U-NII-2A band highest reported SAR for a test
configuration is ≤ 1.2 W/kg, SAR is not required for U-NII-1 band.
3. When the reported SAR of the test position is > 0.4 W/kg, SAR is repeated for the 802.11 transmission mode configuration
tested in the initial test position to measure the subsequent next closet/smallest test separation distance and maximum
coupling test position on the highest maximum output power channel, until the report SAR is ≤ 0.8 W/kg or all required test
position are tested.
4. For all positions / configurations, when the reported SAR is > 0.8 W/kg, SAR is measured for these test positions /
configurations on the subsequent next highest measured output power channel(s) until the reported SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg or all
required channels are tested.
5. During SAR testing the WLAN transmission was verified using a spectrum analyzer.
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14.1 Head SAR
Report No. : FA740122

Plot
No.
01
02
Band
Mode
Test
Position
Gap
(mm)
Ch.
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Right Cheek
0mm
128
Average Tune-Up Tune-up Power Measured Reported
Power
Limit Scaling Drift 1g SAR 1g SAR
(dBm) (dBm) Factor (dB)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396 -0.08
0.090
0.126
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Right Tilted
0mm
128
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396
0.01
0.071
0.099
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Left Cheek
0mm
128
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396
0.06
0.101
0.141
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Left Tilted
0mm
128
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396
0.18
0.066
0.092
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Right Cheek
0mm
810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
0.18
0.086
0.135
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Right Tilted
0mm
810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
0.02
0.043
0.068
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Left Cheek
0mm
810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
-0.09
0.115
0.181
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Left Tilted
0mm
810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
0.11
0.038
0.060
Freq.
(MHz)

Plot
No.
Band
Mode
WLAN2.4GHz
802.11b 1Mbps
Duty
Average Tune-Up Tune-up Duty
Power Measured Reported
Test
Gap
Freq.
Cycle
Ch.
Power Limit Scaling Cycle
Drift 1g SAR 1g SAR
Position (mm)
(MHz)
Scaling
(dBm) (dBm) Factor %
(dB) (W/kg)
(W/kg)
Factor
Right Cheek 0mm 6 2437 14.62 16.00 1.374 100 1.000 0.005 0.123
0.169
WLAN2.4GHz
802.11b 1Mbps
Right Tilted 0mm
2437
14.62
16.00
1.374
100
1.000 0.108
0.104
0.143
03 WLAN2.4GHz
802.11b 1Mbps
Left Cheek 0mm
2437
14.62
16.00
1.374
100
1.000 -0.001
0.258
0.355
WLAN2.4GHz
802.11b 1Mbps
Left Tilted 0mm
2437
14.62
16.00
1.374
100
1.000 0.076
0.197
0.271
WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0 Right Cheek 0mm 62
5310
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024 0.066
0.240
0.303
WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0 Right Tilted 0mm 62
5310
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024 -0.036
0.199
0.251
04 WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
Left Cheek 0mm 62
5310
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024 -0.124
0.581
0.733
WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
Left Tilted 0mm 62
5310
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024
0.03
0.387
0.488
WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0 Right Cheek 0mm 106 5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089 0.125
0.074
0.122
WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0 Right Tilted 0mm 106 5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089 0.118
0.059
0.097
05 WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0 Left Cheek 0mm 106 5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089
0.04
0.307
0.507
WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0 Left Tilted 0mm 106 5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089
0.08
0.162
0.268

Plot
No.
06
Band
Mode
Test
Position
Gap
(mm)
Ch.
Freq.
(MHz)
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
1Mbps
1Mbps
1Mbps
1Mbps
Right Cheek
Right Tilted
Left Cheek
Left Tilted
0mm
0mm
0mm
0mm
2402
2402
2402
2402
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Duty
Average Tune-Up Tune-up Duty
Power Measured Reported
Cycle
Power
Limit Scaling Cycle
Drift 1g SAR 1g SAR
Scaling
(dBm) (dBm) Factor
(dB)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
Factor
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6 1.073 0.12
0.054
0.077
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6 1.073 0.15
0.049
0.070
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6 1.073 0.01
0.106
0.151
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6 1.073
0.1
0.105
0.149
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14.2 Hotspot SAR

Plot
No.
07
08
Band
Mode
Test
Position
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Front
10mm 128
Average Tune-Up Tune-up Power Measured Reported
Power
Limit Scaling Drift 1g SAR 1g SAR
(dBm) (dBm) Factor (dB)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
824.2 27.45
28.90
1.396 -0.11
0.125
0.175
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Back
10mm 128
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396
0.05
0.174
0.243
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Left Side
10mm 128
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396
0.01
0.161
0.225
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Right Side 10mm 128
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396
0.1
0.103
0.144
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Bottom Side 10mm 128
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396
-0.11
0.016
0.022
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Front
10mm 810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
0.11
0.158
0.249
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Back
10mm 810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
-0.06
0.186
0.293
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Left Side
10mm 810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
0.06
0.052
0.082
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Right Side 10mm 810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
0.09
0.065
0.102
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Bottom Side 10mm 810 1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
0.16
0.078
0.123
Gap
Freq.
Ch.
(mm)
(MHz)

Plot
No.
Duty
Average Tune-Up Tune-up Duty
Power Measured Reported
Test
Gap
Freq.
Cycle
Band
Mode
Ch.
Power Limit Scaling Cycle
Drift 1g SAR 1g SAR
Position (mm)
(MHz)
Scaling
(dBm) (dBm) Factor %
(dB) (W/kg)
(W/kg)
Factor
WLAN2.4GHz 802.11b 1Mbps
Front 10mm 6
2437 14.62
16.00 1.374 100 1.000 -0.198 0.044
0.060
09 WLAN2.4GHz 802.11b 1Mbps
Back
10mm
2437
14.62
16.00
1.374
100
1.000 0.009
0.081
0.111
WLAN2.4GHz 802.11b 1Mbps Right Side 10mm
2437
14.62
16.00
1.374
100
1.000 0.139
0.039
0.054
WLAN2.4GHz 802.11b 1Mbps Top Side 10mm
2437
14.62
16.00
1.374
100
1.000 0.006
0.037
0.051

Plot
No.
10
Band
Mode
Test
Position
Gap
Freq.
Ch.
(mm)
(MHz)
Average
Power
(dBm)
Tune-Up
Limit
(dBm)
Duty
Tune-up Duty
Power Measured
Cycle
Scaling Cycle
Drift
1g SAR
Scaling
Factor
(dB)
(W/kg)
Factor
Reported
1g SAR
(W/kg)
Bluetooth 1Mbps
Front
10mm
2402
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6
1.073
0.06
0.016
0.023
Bluetooth 1Mbps
Back
10mm
2402
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6
1.073
0.14
0.036
0.051
Bluetooth 1Mbps Right Side 10mm
2402
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6
1.073
0.09
0.016
0.023
Bluetooth 1Mbps Top Side 10mm
2402
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6
1.073
0.18
0.014
0.020
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14.3 Product Specific SAR

WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
Front
Duty
Average Tune-Up Tune-up Duty
Power Measured Reported
Gap
Freq.
Cycle
Ch.
Power Limit Scaling Cycle
Drift 10g SAR 10g SAR
(mm)
(MHz)
Scaling
(dBm) (dBm) Factor %
(dB) (W/kg)
(W/kg)
Factor
0mm 62 5310 12.09
13.00 1.232 97.62 1.024 0.159 0.247
0.312
11 WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
Back
0mm 62 5310
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024 0.084
0.677
0.854
WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
Right Side 0mm 62 5310
WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
Plot
No.
Band
Mode
Test
Position
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024 0.043
0.227
0.286
Top Side
0mm 62 5310
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024 -0.052
0.106
0.134
Front
0mm 106 5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089
0.149
0.246
Back
0mm 106 5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089 -0.146
0.304
0.502
Right Side 0mm 106 5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089 -0.115
0.149
0.246
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089 0.102
0.047
0.078
WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0
12 WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0
WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0
WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0
Top Side
0mm 106 5530
0.16
14.4 Body Worn Accessory SAR

Plot
No.
13
14
Band
Mode
Test
Position
Gap
(mm)
Ch.
Freq.
(MHz)
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Front
10mm
128
824.2
Average Tune-Up Tune-up Power Measured Reported
Power
Limit
Scaling Drift 1g SAR 1g SAR
(dBm)
(dBm)
Factor
(dB)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
27.45
28.90
1.396
-0.11
0.125
0.175
GSM850
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Back
10mm
128
824.2
27.45
28.90
1.396
0.05
0.174
0.243
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Front
10mm
810
1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
0.11
0.158
0.249
GSM1900
GPRS (4 Tx slots)
Back
10mm
810
1909.8
24.33
26.30
1.574
-0.06
0.186
0.293

Plot
No.
Test
Gap
Freq.
Ch.
Position (mm)
(MHz)
Duty
Average Tune-Up Tune-up Duty
Power Measured Reported
Cycle
Power
Limit Scaling Cycle
Drift 1g SAR 1g SAR
Scaling
(dBm)
(dBm) Factor %
(dB) (W/kg)
(W/kg)
Factor
14.62
16.00 1.374 100 1.000 -0.198 0.044
0.060
Band
Mode
WLAN2.4GHz
802.11b 1Mbps
Front 10mm
2437
15 WLAN2.4GHz
802.11b 1Mbps
Back
2437
14.62
16.00
1.374
10mm
100
1.000 0.009
0.111
WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
Front 10mm 62
5310
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024
0.110
0.139
16 WLAN5GHz
802.11n-HT40 MCS0
Back
10mm 62
5310
12.09
13.00
1.232 97.62 1.024 -0.089
0.190
0.240
WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0 Front 10mm 106
5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089 0.105
0.048
0.079
5530
10.19
12.00
1.516 91.79 1.089 0.112
0.076
0.125
17 WLAN5GHz 802.11ac-VHT80 MCS0
Back
10mm 106
-0.1
0.081

Plot
No.
18
Gap
(mm)
Ch.
Freq.
(MHz)
Average
Power
(dBm)
Tune-Up
Limit
(dBm)
Tune-up
Scaling
Factor
Duty
Duty
Power
Cycle
Cycle
Drift
Scaling
(dB)
Factor
Band
Mode
Test
Position
Bluetooth
1Mbps
Front
10mm
2402
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6
1.073
Bluetooth
1Mbps
Back
10mm
2402
11.28
12.50
1.324
77.6
1.073
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Measured
1g SAR
(W/kg)
Reported
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.06
0.016
0.023
0.14
0.036
0.051
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15. Simultaneous Transmission Analysis
NO.
Simultaneous Transmission Configurations
Portable Handset
Head
Body-worn
Hotspot
Product Specific
1.
GSM Voice + WLAN2.4GHz
Yes
Yes
2.
GPRS + WLAN2.4GHz
Yes
Yes
3.
GSM Voice + Bluetooth
Yes
Yes
4.
GPRS + Bluetooth
Yes
Yes
5.
GSM Voice + WLAN5GHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
6.
GPRS + WLAN5GHz
Yes
Yes
Yes
7.
GSM Voice + WLAN5GHz + Bluetooth
Yes
Yes
Yes
8.
GPRS + WLAN5GHz + Bluetooth
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
General Note:
1.
This device 2.4GHz WLAN support Hotspot operation and Bluetooth support tethering applications.
2.
EUT will choose either WLAN 2.4GHz or WLAN 5GHz according to the network signal condition; therefore, 2.4GHz
WLAN and 5GHz WLAN will not operate simultaneously at any moment.
3.
The Scaled SAR summation is calculated based on the same configuration and test position.
4.
Per KDB 447498 D01v06, simultaneous transmission SAR is compliant if,
i) Scalar SAR summation < 1.6W/kg.
ii) SPLSR = (SAR1 + SAR2)^1.5 / (min. separation distance, mm), and the peak separation distance is determined
from the square root of [(x1-x2)2 + (y1-y2)2 + (z1-z2)2], where (x1, y1, z1) and (x2, y2, z2) are the coordinates of
the extrapolated peak SAR locations in the zoom scan.
iii) If SPLSR ≤ 0.04, simultaneously transmission SAR measurement is not necessary.
iv) Simultaneously transmission SAR measurement, and the reported multi-band SAR < 1.6W/kg.
5.
For simultaneous transmission analysis, Bluetooth SAR is estimated per KDB 447498 D01v06 based on the formula
below.
i) (max. power of channel, including tune-up tolerance, mW)/(min. test separation distance, mm)]·[√f(GHz)/x] W/kg
for test separation distances ≤ 50 mm; where x = 7.5 for 1-g SAR, and x = 18.75 for 10-g SAR.
ii) When the minimum separation distance is < 5mm, the distance is used 5mm to determine SAR test exclusion.
iii) 0.4 W/kg for 1-g SAR and 1.0 W/kg for 10-g SAR, when the test separation distances is > 50 mm.
Bluetooth
Max Power
12.5 dBm
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Product Specific
Test separation
Estimated
10g SAR (W/kg)
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15.1 Head Exposure Conditions
Right Cheek
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.126
2.4GHz
WLAN
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.169
5GHz
WLAN
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.303
Right Tilted
0.099
0.143
0.251
Exposure
Position
WWAN Band
GSM850
GSM
GSM1900
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WWAN
Bluetooth
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.077
1+2
Summed
1g SAR
(W/kg)
1+3
Summed
1g SAR
(W/kg)
1+4
Summed
1g SAR
(W/kg)
1+3+4
Summed
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.295
0.429
0.203
0.506
0.070
0.242
0.350
0.169
0.420
0.874
0.292
1.025
Left Cheek
0.141
0.355
0.733
0.151
0.496
Left Tilted
0.092
0.271
0.488
0.149
0.363
0.580
0.241
0.729
Right Cheek
0.135
0.169
0.303
0.077
0.304
0.438
0.212
0.515
Right Tilted
0.068
0.143
0.251
0.070
0.211
0.319
0.138
0.389
Left Cheek
0.181
0.355
0.733
0.151
0.536
0.914
0.332
1.065
Left Tilted
0.060
0.271
0.488
0.149
0.331
0.548
0.209
0.697
15.2 Hotspot Exposure Conditions
WWAN Band
GSM850
GSM
GSM1900
Front
WWAN
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.175
2.4GHz WLAN
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.060
Bluetooth
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.023
Back
0.243
0.111
0.051
Exposure
Position
1+2
1+3
Summed
Summed
1g SAR (W/kg) 1g SAR (W/kg)
0.235
0.198
0.354
0.294
Left side
0.225
0.000
0.225
0.225
Right side
0.144
0.054
0.023
0.198
0.167
Top side
0.000
0.051
0.020
0.051
0.020
Bottom side
0.022
0.000
0.022
0.022
Front
0.249
0.060
0.023
0.309
0.272
Back
0.293
0.111
0.051
0.404
0.344
Left side
0.082
0.000
0.082
0.082
Right side
0.102
0.054
0.023
0.156
0.125
Top side
0.000
0.051
0.020
0.051
0.020
Bottom side
0.123
0.000
0.123
0.123
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Exposure
Position
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2.4GHz
WLAN
5GHz
WLAN
10g SAR
(W/kg)
10g SAR
(W/kg)
10g SAR
(W/kg)
Estimated
10g SAR
(W/kg)
0.854
0.302
WWAN
Product
Specific
Bluetooth
1+2
Summed
10g SAR
(W/kg)
1+3
Summed
10g SAR
(W/kg)
1+4
Summed
10g SAR
(W/kg)
1+3+4
Summed
10g SAR
(W/kg)
0.854
0.302
1.156
Remark:
1. According to KDB 648474 D04v01r01, for WWAN / 2.4GHz WLAN hand SAR (“-“) was excluded, since WWAN / 2.4GHz
WLAN hotspot SAR was < 1.2W/kg.
15.4 Body-Worn Accessory Exposure Conditions
WWAN Band
GSM850
GSM
GSM1900
Front
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.175
2.4GHz
WLAN
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.060
5GHz
WLAN
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.139
Back
0.243
0.111
0.240
0.051
Front
0.249
0.060
0.139
Back
0.293
0.111
0.240
Exposure
Position
WWAN
1+2
Summed
1g SAR
(W/kg)
1+3
Summed
1g SAR
(W/kg)
1+4
Summed
1g SAR
(W/kg)
1+3+4
Summed
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.235
0.314
0.198
0.337
0.354
0.483
0.294
0.534
0.023
0.309
0.388
0.272
0.411
0.051
0.404
0.533
0.344
0.584
Bluetooth
1g SAR
(W/kg)
0.023
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16. Uncertainty Assessment
The component of uncertainly may generally be categorized according to the methods used to evaluate them. The
evaluation of uncertainly by the statistical analysis of a series of observations is termed a Type An evaluation of
uncertainty. The evaluation of uncertainty by means other than the statistical analysis of a series of observation is
termed a Type B evaluation of uncertainty. Each component of uncertainty, however evaluated, is represented by an
estimated standard deviation, termed standard uncertainty, which is determined by the positive square root of the
estimated variance.
A Type A evaluation of standard uncertainty may be based on any valid statistical method for treating data. This
includes calculating the standard deviation of the mean of a series of independent observations; using the method of
least squares to fit a curve to the data in order to estimate the parameter of the curve and their standard deviations; or
carrying out an analysis of variance in order to identify and quantify random effects in certain kinds of measurement.
A type B evaluation of standard uncertainty is typically based on scientific judgment using all of the relevant
information available. These may include previous measurement data, experience, and knowledge of the behavior
and properties of relevant materials and instruments, manufacture’s specification, data provided in calibration reports
and uncertainties assigned to reference data taken from handbooks. Broadly speaking, the uncertainty is either
obtained from an outdoor source or obtained from an assumed distribution, such as the normal distribution,
rectangular or triangular distributions indicated in table below.
Uncertainty Distributions
Multi-plying Factor
(a)
Normal
1/k
(b)
Rectangular
Triangular
U-Shape
1/√3
1/√6
1/√2
(a) standard uncertainty is determined as the product of the multiplying factor and the estimated range of
variations in the measured quantity
(b) Îş is the coverage factor
Table 16.1. Standard Uncertainty for Assumed Distribution
The combined standard uncertainty of the measurement result represents the estimated standard deviation of the
result. It is obtained by combining the individual standard uncertainties of both Type A and Type B evaluation using
the usual “root-sum-squares” (RSS) methods of combining standard deviations by taking the positive square root of
the estimated variances.
Expanded uncertainty is a measure of uncertainty that defines an interval about the measurement result within which
the measured value is confidently believed to lie. It is obtained by multiplying the combined standard uncertainty by a
coverage factor. Typically, the coverage factor ranges from 2 to 3. Using a coverage factor allows the true value of a
measured quantity to be specified with a defined probability within the specified uncertainty range. For purpose of this
document, a coverage factor two is used, which corresponds to confidence interval of about 95 %. The DASY
uncertainty Budget is shown in the following tables.
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Error Description
Uncertainty
Value
(Âą%)
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Probability
Measurement System
Probe Calibration
6.00
Axial Isotropy
4.70
Hemispherical Isotropy
9.60
Boundary Effects
1.00
Linearity
4.70
System Detection Limits
1.00
Modulation Response
4.68
Readout Electronics
0.30
Response Time
0.00
Integration Time
2.60
RF Ambient Noise
3.00
RF Ambient Reflections
3.00
Probe Positioner
0.40
Probe Positioning
2.90
Max. SAR Eval.
2.00
Test Sample Related
Device Positioning
3.03
Device Holder
3.60
Power Drift
5.00
Power Scaling
0.00
Phantom and Setup
Phantom Uncertainty
6.10
SAR correction
0.00
Liquid Conductivity Repeatability
0.03
Liquid Conductivity (target)
5.00
Liquid Conductivity (mea.)
2.50
Temp. unc. - Conductivity
3.68
Liquid Permittivity Repeatability
0.02
Liquid Permittivity (target)
5.00
Liquid Permittivity (mea.)
2.50
Temp. unc. - Permittivity
0.84
Combined Std. Uncertainty
Coverage Factor for 95 %
Expanded STD Uncertainty
Divisor
(Ci)
1g
(Ci)
10g
Standard
Uncertainty
(1g) (Âą%)
Standard
Uncertainty
(10g) (Âą%)
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
6.0
1.9
3.9
0.6
2.7
0.6
2.7
0.3
0.0
1.5
1.7
1.7
0.2
1.7
1.2
6.0
1.9
3.9
0.6
2.7
0.6
2.7
0.3
0.0
1.5
1.7
1.7
0.2
1.7
1.2
1.732
1.732
3.0
3.6
2.9
0.0
3.0
3.6
2.9
0.0
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
0.78
0.78
0.78
0.78
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.84
0.71
0.71
0.71
0.71
0.26
0.26
0.26
0.26
3.5
0.0
0.0
2.3
1.1
1.7
0.0
0.7
0.3
0.1
11.6%
K=2
23.2%
3.5
0.0
0.0
2.0
1.0
1.5
0.0
0.8
0.4
0.1
11.6%
K=2
23.1%
Table 16.2. Uncertainty Budget for frequency range 300 MHz to 3 GHz
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Error Description
Uncertainty
Value
(Âą%)
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Probability
Measurement System
Probe Calibration
6.55
Axial Isotropy
4.70
Hemispherical Isotropy
9.60
Boundary Effects
2.00
Linearity
4.70
System Detection Limits
1.00
Modulation Response
4.68
Readout Electronics
0.30
Response Time
0.00
Integration Time
2.60
RF Ambient Noise
3.00
RF Ambient Reflections
3.00
Probe Positioner
0.40
Probe Positioning
6.70
Max. SAR Eval.
4.00
Test Sample Related
Device Positioning
3.03
Device Holder
3.60
Power Drift
5.00
Power Scaling
0.00
Phantom and Setup
Phantom Uncertainty
6.60
SAR correction
0.00
Liquid Conductivity Repeatability
0.03
Liquid Conductivity (target)
5.00
Liquid Conductivity (mea.)
2.50
Temp. unc. - Conductivity
3.68
Liquid Permittivity Repeatability
0.02
Liquid Permittivity (target)
5.00
Liquid Permittivity (mea.)
2.50
Temp. unc. - Permittivity
0.84
Combined Std. Uncertainty
Coverage Factor for 95 %
Expanded STD Uncertainty
Divisor
(Ci)
1g
(Ci)
10g
Standard
Uncertainty
(1g) (Âą%)
Standard
Uncertainty
(10g) (Âą%)
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
6.6
1.9
3.9
1.2
2.7
0.6
2.7
0.3
0.0
1.5
1.7
1.7
0.2
3.9
2.3
6.6
1.9
3.9
1.2
2.7
0.6
2.7
0.3
0.0
1.5
1.7
1.7
0.2
3.9
2.3
1.732
1.732
3.0
3.6
2.9
0.0
3.0
3.6
2.9
0.0
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
1.732
0.78
0.78
0.78
0.78
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.23
0.84
0.71
0.71
0.71
0.71
0.26
0.26
0.26
0.26
3.8
0.0
0.0
2.3
1.1
1.7
0.0
0.7
0.3
0.1
12.7%
K=2
25.4%
3.8
0.0
0.0
2.0
1.0
1.5
0.0
0.8
0.4
0.1
12.6%
K=2
25.3%
Table 16.3. Uncertainty Budget for frequency range 3 GHz to 6 GHz
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17. References
[1]
FCC 47 CFR Part 2 “Frequency Allocations and Radio Treaty Matters; General Rules and
Regulations”
[2]
ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1992, “IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure
to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz”, September 1992
[3]
IEEE Std. 1528-2013, “IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Average
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices:
Measurement Techniques”, Sep 2013
[4]
SPEAG DASY System Handbook
[5]
FCC KDB 248227 D01 v02r02, “SAR Guidance for IEEE 802.11 (WiFi) Transmitters”, Oct 2015.
[6]
FCC KDB 447498 D01 v06, “Mobile and Portable Device RF Exposure Procedures and
Equipment Authorization Policies”, Oct 2015
[7]
FCC KDB 648474 D04 v01r03, “SAR Evaluation Considerations for Wireless Handsets”, Oct
2015.
[8]
FCC KDB 941225 D01 v03r01, “3G SAR MEAUREMENT PROCEDURES”, Oct 2015
[9]
FCC KDB 941225 D06 v02r01, "SAR Evaluation Procedures for Portable Devices with Wireless
Router Capabilities", Oct 2015.
[10] FCC KDB 865664 D01 v01r04, "SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHz", Aug
2015.
[11] FCC KDB 865664 D02 v01r02, “RF Exposure Compliance Reporting and Documentation
Considerations” Oct 2015.
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