EWC24GWFR1 2.4GHz WLAN Radio Card Test Report Edgewater Wireless Systems Inc.

Edgewater Wireless Systems Inc. 2.4GHz WLAN Radio Card

FCC ID Filing: ATX-EWC24GWFR1

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ONE WORLD
OUR APPROVAL
Test report
319780-1TRFWL
Date of issue: November 9, 2017
Applicant:
Edgewater Wireless Systems Inc
Product:
802.11b/g, miniPIC, 3-channel WiFi Radio Card
Model:
EWC24GWFR1
FCC ID:
IC Registration number:
ATX-EWC24GWFR1
10165A-EWC24GWFR1
Specifications:
 FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Subpart C, §15.247
Operation in the 902–928 MHz, 2400–2483.5 MHz, and 5725–5850 MHz
 RSS-247, Issue 2, February 2017
Digital Transmission Systems (DTSs), Frequency Hopping Systems (FHSs)
and Licence-Exempt Local Area Network (LE-LAN) Devices
www.nemko.com
Nemko Canada Inc., a testing laboratory, is accredited by the Standards
Council of Canada. The tests included in this report are within the scope of
this accreditation
FCC 15.247 and RSS-247.docx; Date: May 2015
SCC Accredited
LAB
ilac MRA
LAB
Accrédité CCN
TM
Test location
Company name
Address
City
Province
Postal code
Country
Telephone
Facsimile
Toll free
Website
Site number
Nemko Canada Inc.
303 River Road
Ottawa
Ontario
K1V 1H2
Canada
+1 613 737 9680
+1 613 737 9691
+1 800 563 6336
www.nemko.com
FCC: CA2040; IC: 2040A-4 (3 m semi anechoic chamber)
Tested by
Reviewed by
Review date
Reviewer signature
Kevin Rose, Wireless/EMC Specialist
Andrey Adelberg, Senior Wireless/EMC Specialist
November 9, 2017
Limits of responsibility
Note that the results contained in this report relate only to the items tested and were obtained in the period between the da te of initial receipt of samples
and the date of issue of the report.
This test report has been completed in accordance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025. All results contain in this report are within Nemko Canada’s
ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.
Copyright notification
Nemko Canada Inc. authorizes the applicant to reproduce this report provided it is reproduced in its entirety and for use by the company’s employees only.
Any use which a third party makes of this report, or any reliance on or decisions to be made based on it, are the responsibility of such third parties.
Nemko Canada Inc. accepts no responsibility for damages, if any, suffered by any third party as a result of decisions made or actions based on this report.
© Nemko Canada Inc.
Report reference ID: 319780-1TRFWL
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Table of contents
Table of contents .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Section 1.
Report summary ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.1
Applicant and manufacturer ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4
1.2
Test specifications ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.3
Test methods ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.4
Statement of compliance ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.5
Exclusions .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.6
Test report revision history .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Section 2.
Summary of test results ....................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
FCC Part 15 Subpart C, general requirements test results................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.2
FCC Part 15 Subpart C, intentional radiators test results................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.3
ISED RSS-GEN, Issue 4, test results ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.4
ISED RSS-247, Issue 2, test results ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Section 3.
Equipment under test (EUT) details ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
3.1
Sample information .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 7
3.2
EUT information .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
3.3
Technical information ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
3.4
Product description and theory of operation ..................................................................................................................................................................... 8
3.5
EUT exercise details .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8
3.6
EUT setup diagram ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
Section 4.
Engineering considerations ................................................................................................................................................................ 10
4.1
Modifications incorporated in the EUT ............................................................................................................................................................................. 10
4.2
Technical judgment ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
4.3
Deviations from laboratory tests procedures ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Section 5.
Test conditions .................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
5.1
Atmospheric conditions ...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
5.2
Power supply range ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Section 6.
Measurement uncertainty ................................................................................................................................................................. 12
6.1
Uncertainty of measurement ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Section 7.
Test equipment ................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
7.1
Test equipment list ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13
Section 8.
Testing data ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
8.1
FCC 15.207(a) and RSS-Gen 8.8 AC power line conducted emissions limits................................................................................................................... 14
8.2
FCC 15.247(a)(2) and RSS-247 5.2(a) Minimum 6 dB bandwidth for systems using digital modulation techniques .................................................. 18
8.3
FCC 15.247(b) and RSS-247 5.4 (d) Transmitter output power and e.i.r.p. requirements ............................................................................................ 20
8.4
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions ................................................................................................................................. 25
8.5
FCC 15.247(e) and RSS-247 5.2(b) Power spectral density for digitally modulated devices ......................................................................................... 36
Section 9.
Block diagrams of test set-ups ........................................................................................................................................................... 38
9.1
Radiated emissions set-up for frequencies below 1 GHz ................................................................................................................................................. 38
9.2
Antenna port conducted emission test setup................................................................................................................................................................... 38
9.3
Radiated emissions set-up for frequencies above 1 GHz ................................................................................................................................................. 39
9.4
Conducted emissions set-up .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 39
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Section 1
Section 1.
1.1
Report summary
Report summary
Applicant and manufacturer
Company name
Address
City
Province/State
Postal/Zip code
Country
1.2
Edgewater Wireless Systems Inc
408 Churchill Ave, N
Ottawa
Ontario
K1Z 5C6
Canada
Test specifications
FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C, Clause 15.247
RSS-247, Issue 2, February 2017, Section 5
1.3
Operation in the 902–928 MHz, 2400–2483.5 MHz, and 5725–585 MHz
Digital Transmission Systems (DTSs), Frequency Hopping Systems (FHSs) and Licence-Exempt Local Area
Network (LE-LAN) Devices
Test methods
558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance v04
(April 5, 2017)
ANSI C63.10 v2013
1.4
Guidance for Performing Compliance Measurements on Digital Transmission Systems (DTS) Operating Under
§15.247
American National Standard of Procedures for Compliance Testing of Unlicensed Wireless Devices
Statement of compliance
In the configuration tested, the EUT was found compliant.
Testing was completed against all relevant requirements of the test standard. Results obtained indicate that the product under test complies in full with the
requirements tested. The test results relate only to the items tested.
See “Summary of test results” for full details.
1.5
Exclusions
None
1.6
Test report revision history
Revision #
TRF
Details of changes made to test report
Original report issued
Report reference ID: 319780-1TRFWL
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Section 2:
Section 2.
2.1
Summary of test results
Summary of test results
FCC Part 15 Subpart C, general requirements test results
Part
Test description
Verdict
§15.207(a)
Conducted limits
Pass
§15.31(e)
Variation of power source
Pass1
§15.203
Antenna requirement
Pass2
Notes: 1 Measurements of the variation of the input power or the radiated signal level of the fundamental frequency component of the e mission, as
appropriate, was performed with the supply voltage varied between 85 % and 115 % of the nominal rated supply v oltage. No noticeable output power
variation was observed
2 The Antenna is a unique adapter reverse SMA.
2.2
FCC Part 15 Subpart C, intentional radiators test results
Part
§15.247(a)(1)(i)
§15.247(a)(1)(ii)
§15.247(a)(1)(iii)
§15.247(a)(2)
§15.247(b)(1)
§15.247(b)(2)
§15.247(b)(3)
§15.247(c)(1)
§15.247(c)(2)
§15.247(d)
§15.247(e)
§15.247(f)
2.3
Test description
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 902–928 MHz band
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 5725–5850 MHz band
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 2400–2483.5 MHz band
Minimum 6 dB bandwidth for systems using digital modulation techniques
Maximum peak output power of frequency hopping systems operating in the 2400–2483.5 MHz band and
5725–5850 MHz band
Maximum peak output power of Frequency hopping systems operating in the 902–928 MHz band
Maximum peak output power of systems using digital modulation in the 902–928 MHz, 2400–2483.5
MHz, and 5725–5850 MHz bands
Fixed point-to-point operation with directional antenna gains greater than 6 dBi
Transmitters operating in the 2400–2483.5 MHz band that emit multiple directional beams
Spurious emissions
Power spectral density for digitally modulated devices
Time of occupancy for hybrid systems
Verdict
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Pass
Not applicable
Not applicable
Pass
Not applicable
Pass
Pass
Pass
Not applicable
ISED RSS-GEN, Issue 4, test results
Part
Test description
Verdict
7.1.2
Receiver radiated emission limits
Not applicable
7.1.3
Receiver conducted emission limits
Not applicable
8.8
Power Line Conducted Emissions Limits for Licence-Exempt Radio Apparatus
Pass
Notes: 1 According to sections 5.2 and 5.3 of RSS-Gen, Issue 4 the EUT does not have a stand-alone receiver neither scanner receiver, therefore exempt from
receiver requirements.
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Section 2:
2.4
Summary of test results
ISED RSS-247, Issue 2, test results
Table 2.4-1: Result summary for ISED RSS-247
Section
Test description
5.1
5.1 (a)
5.1 (b)
5.1 (c)
5.1 (d)
5.1 (e)
5.2
5.2 (a)
5.2 (b)
5.3
5.3 (a)
5.3 (b)
5.4
5.4 (a)
5.4 (b)
5.4 (c)
5.4 (d)
5.4 (e)
5.4 (f)
5.5
Frequency Hopping Systems (FHSs)
Bandwidth of a frequency hopping channel
Minimum channel spacing for frequency hopping systems
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 902–928 MHz band
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 2400–2483.5 MHz band
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 5725–5850 MHz band
Digital Transmission Systems (DTSs)
Minimum 6 dB bandwidth
Maximum power spectral density
Hybrid Systems
Digital modulation turned off
Frequency hopping turned off
Transmitter output power and e.i.r.p. requirements
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 902–928 MHz band
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 2400–2483.5 MHz band
Frequency hopping systems operating in the 5725–5850 MHz
Systems employing digital modulation techniques
Point-to-point systems in 2400–2483.5 MHz and 5725–5850 MHz band
Transmitters which operate in the 2400–2483.5 MHz band with multiple directional beams
Unwanted emissions
Notes:
Verdict
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Pass
Pass
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Pass
Not applicable
Not applicable
Pass
None
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Section 3:
Section 3.
3.1
Equipment under test (EUT) details
Equipment under test (EUT) details
Sample information
Receipt date
Nemko sample ID number
3.2
EUT information
Product name
Model
Serial number
3.3
December 1, 2016
133-002281
802.11b/g, miniPIC, 3-channel WiFi Radio Card
EWC24GWFR1
N/A
Technical information
Applicant IC company number
IC UPN number
All used IC test site(s) Reg. number
RSS number and Issue number
Frequency band (MHz)
Frequency Min (MHz)
Frequency Max (MHz)
RF power Min (W), Conducted
RF power Max (W), Conducted
Field strength, Units @ distance
Measured BW (kHz) (6 dB)
Calculated BW (kHz), as per TRC-43
Type of modulation
Emission classification (F1D, G1D, D1D)
Transmitter spurious, Units @ distance
Power requirements
Antenna information
Report reference ID: 319780-1TRFWL
10165A
EWC24GWFR1
2040A-4
RSS-247 Issue 2, February 2017
2400–2483.5
2412
2462
802.11b 0.035 (15.47 dBm) and 802.11g 0.037 (15.63 dBm)
802.11b 0.039 (15.91 dBm) and 802.11g 0.042 (16.25 dBm)
N/A
16500
N/A
802.11b/g
W7D
53.79 dBµV/m Average at 2483.5 MHz @ 3 m
48 Vdc PoE
The EUT uses a unique antenna coupling/ non-detachable antenna to the intentional radiator. 3 dBi omni
pole antenna
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Section 3:
3.4
Equipment under test (EUT) details
Product description and theory of operation
confidential operational description
3.5
EUT exercise details
The EUT was programmed on each channel of operation
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Section 3:
3.6
Equipment under test (EUT) details
EUT setup diagram
confi denti al bl ock di a gra m
Figure 3.6-1: Setup diagram
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Section 4:
Section 4.
4.1
Engineering consideration
Engineering considerations
Modifications incorporated in the EUT
There were no modifications performed to the EUT during this assessment.
4.2
Technical judgment
None
4.3
Deviations from laboratory tests procedures
No deviations were made from laboratory procedures.
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Section 5:
Section 5.
5.1
Test conditions
Test conditions
Atmospheric conditions
Temperature
Relative humidity
Air pressure
15–30 °C
20–75 %
860–1060 mbar
When it is impracticable to carry out tests under these conditions, a note to this effect stating the ambient temperature and relative humidity during the
tests shall be recorded and stated.
5.2
Power supply range
The normal test voltage for equipment to be connected to the mains shall be the nominal mains voltage. For the purpose of the present document, the
nominal voltage shall be the declared voltage, or any of the declared voltages ±5 %, for which the equipment was designed.
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Section 6:
Section 6.
6.1
Measurement uncertainty
Measurement uncertainty
Uncertainty of measurement
UKAS Lab 34 and TIA-603-B have been used as guidance for measurement uncertainty reasonable estimations with regards to previous experience and
validation of data. Nemko Canada, Inc. follows these test methods in order to satisfy ISO/IEC 17025 requirements for estimation of uncertainty of
measurement for wireless products.
Measurement uncertainty budgets for the tests are detailed below. Measurement uncertainty calculations assume a coverage factor of K = 2 with 95%
certainty.
Test name
All antenna port measurements
Conducted spurious emissions
Radiated spurious emissions
AC power line conducted emissions
Report reference ID: 319780-1TRFWL
Measurement uncertainty, dB
0.55
1.13
3.78
3.55
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Section 7:
Section 7.
7.1
Test equipment
Test equipment
Test equipment list
Table 7.1-1: Equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
3 m EMI test chamber
TDK
Flush mount turntable
Sunol
Controller
Sunol
Antenna mast
Sunol
Horn antenna (1–18 GHz)
EMCO
Pre-amplifier (1–18 GHz)
JCA
Receiver/spectrum analyzer
Rohde & Schwarz
Bilog antenna (20–3000 MHz)
Sunol
LISN
Rohde & Schwarz
50 Ω coax cable
C.C.A.
Spectrum analyzer
Rohde & Schwarz
Horn antenna 18–40 GHz
EMCO
18–26 GHz pre-amplifier
Narda
Note: NCR - no calibration required, VOU - verify on use
Report reference ID: 319780-1TRFWL
Model no.
SAC-3
FM2022
SC104V
TLT2
3115
JCA118-503
ESU 26
JB3
ENV216
None
FSP
3116
BBS-1826N612
Asset no.
FA002047
FA002082
FA002060
FA002061
FA000649
FA002091
FA002043
FA002108
FA002514
FA002556
FA001920
FA001847
FA001550
Cal cycle
1 year
—
—
—
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
1 year
—
Next cal.
Dec. 1/17
NCR
NCR
NCR
Sept. 15/17
May 2/18
Jan. 31/18
May 28/17
Oct. 24/17
May 2/18
Aug. 20/17
Apr.15/17
VOU
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
Section 8.
8.1
8.1.1
Testing data
FCC 15.207(a) and RSS-Gen 8.8 AC power line conducted emissions limits
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-Gen, Issue 4
Testing data
FCC 15.207(a) and RSS-Gen 8.8 AC power line conducted emissions limits
Definitions and limits
FCC:
Except as shown in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section, for an intentional radiator that is designed to be connected to the public utility (AC) power line, the
radio frequency voltage that is conducted back onto the AC power line on any frequency or frequencies, within the band 150 kHz to 30 MHz, shall not exceed
the limits in the following table, as measured using a 50 μH/50 Ω line impedance stabilization network (LISN). Compliance with the provisions of this
paragraph shall be based on the measurement of the radio frequency voltage between each power line and ground at the power terminal. The lower limit
applies at the boundary between the frequency ranges.
IC:
A radio apparatus that is designed to be connected to the public utility (AC) power line shall ensure that the radio frequency voltage, which is conducted back
onto the AC power line on any frequency or frequencies within the band 150 kHz to 30 MHz, shall not exceed the limits in table below.
Unless the requirements applicable to a given device state otherwise, for any radio apparatus equipped to operate from the public utility AC power su pply
either directly or indirectly (such as with a battery charger), the radio frequency voltage of emissions conducted back onto the AC power lines in the
frequency range of 0.15 MHz to 30 MHz shall not exceed the limits shown in table below. The more stringent limit applies at the frequency range boundaries.
Table 8.1-1: Conducted emissions limit
Note:
8.1.2
Frequency of emission,
MHz
Quasi-peak
0.15–0.5
66 to 56*
0.5–5
56
5–30
60
* - The level decreases linearly with the logarithm of the frequency.
** - A linear average detector is required.
Conducted limit, dBµV
Average**
56 to 46*
46
50
Test summary
Test date
Test engineer
Verdict
December 1, 2016
Kevin Rose
Pass
Report reference ID: 319780-1TRFWL
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
24 °C
995 mbar
37 %
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.1.3
Testing data
FCC 15.207(a) and RSS-Gen 8.8 AC power line conducted emissions limits
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-Gen, Issue 4
Observations, settings and special notes
The EUT was set up as tabletop configuration.
The spectral scan has been corrected with transducer factors (i.e. cable loss, LISN factors, and attenuators) for determination of compliance.
A preview measurement was generated with the receiver in continuous scan mode. Emissions detected within 6 dB or above limit were re-measured with
the appropriate detector against the correlating limit and recorded as the final measurement.
Receiver settings for preview measurements:
Resolution bandwidth
Video bandwidth
Detector mode
Trace mode
Measurement time
9 kHz
30 kHz
Peak and Average
Max Hold
1000 ms
Receiver settings for final measurements:
Resolution bandwidth
Video bandwidth
Detector mode
Trace mode
Measurement time
9 kHz
30 kHz
Quasi-Peak and Average
Max Hold
1000 ms
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.1.4
Testing data
FCC 15.207(a) and RSS-Gen 8.8 AC power line conducted emissions limits
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-Gen, Issue 4
Test data
90
80
70
Level in dBµV
60
50
40
30
20
10
150k
300
400
500
800
1M
2M
3M
4M
5M
10M
20M
30M
Frequency in Hz
NEX-319780 Pha se
Pre vie w Re sult 2-AVG
Pre vie w Re sult 1-PK+
CISPR 22 M ains Q-Pea k Cla ss B Lim it
CISPR 22 M ains Ave ra g e Cla ss B Lim it
Fina l_Re sult QPK
Fina l_Re sult CAV
Plot 8.1-1: Conducted emissions on phase line
Table 8.1-2: Average conducted emissions results on phase line
Frequency,
Average
Limit,
Margin,
Meas. Time,
MHz
result, dBµV
dBµV
dB
ms
0.402000
43.37
47.81
4.44
100
0.467250
43.59
46.56
2.97
100
0.667500
41.18
46.00
4.82
100
0.935250
40.65
46.00
5.35
100
2.807250
40.43
46.00
5.57
100
3.608250
40.46
46.00
5.54
100
3.876000
40.99
46.00
5.01
100
3.943500
40.52
46.00
5.48
100
4.143750
41.74
46.00
4.26
100
4.209000
42.14
46.00
3.86
100
4.276500
41.24
46.00
4.76
100
4.344000
41.09
46.00
4.91
100
4.411500
42.40
46.00
3.60
100
4.476750
43.56
46.00
2.44
100
4.544250
42.55
46.00
3.45
100
4.611750
41.40
46.00
4.60
100
4.677000
41.75
46.00
4.25
100
4.744500
42.21
46.00
3.79
100
4.812000
40.81
46.00
5.19
100
Sample calculation:
Correction factor (dB) = LISN factor IL (dB) + cable loss (dB) + attenuator (dB)
Result (dBµV) = XX dBµV (reading from receiver) + XX dB (Correction factor)
Bandwidth,
kHz
Line
Filter
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Correction,
dB
10.0
10.0
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
Example:
43.5 dBµV = 23.2 dBµV (receiver reading) + 10.1 dB (LISN factor IL) + 0.2 dB (cable loss) + 10 dB (attenuator)
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Test name
Specification
Testing data
FCC 15.207(a) and RSS-Gen 8.8 AC power line conducted emissions limits
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-Gen, Issue 4
90
80
70
Level in dBµV
60
50
40
30
20
10
150k
300
400
500
800
1M
2M
3M
4M
5M
10M
20M
30M
Frequency in Hz
NEX-319780 N eutra l
Pre vie w Re sult 2-AVG
Pre vie w Re sult 1-PK+
CISPR 22 M ains Q-Pea k Cla ss B Lim it
CISPR 22 M ains Ave ra g e Cla ss B Lim it
Fina l_Re sult QPK
Fina l_Re sult CAV
Plot 8.1-2: Conducted emissions on neutral line
Table 8.1-3: Average conducted emissions results on neutral line
Frequency,
Average
Limit,
Margin,
Meas. Time,
MHz
result, dBµV
dBµV
dB
ms
0.402000
42.25
47.81
5.56
100
0.467250
42.99
46.56
3.57
100
0.667500
40.55
46.00
5.45
100
0.935250
40.21
46.00
5.79
100
3.075000
40.17
46.00
5.83
100
3.610500
39.86
46.00
6.14
100
3.878250
39.67
46.00
6.33
100
3.943500
40.84
46.00
5.16
100
4.146000
40.16
46.00
5.84
100
4.211250
42.23
46.00
3.77
100
4.278750
40.97
46.00
5.03
100
4.346250
39.97
46.00
6.03
100
4.413750
40.63
46.00
5.37
100
4.479000
43.06
46.00
2.94
100
4.546500
42.00
46.00
4.00
100
4.614000
40.04
46.00
5.96
100
4.679250
40.90
46.00
5.10
100
4.746750
40.95
46.00
5.05
100
Sample calculation:
Correction factor (dB) = LISN factor IL (dB) + cable loss (dB) + attenuator (dB)
Result (dBµV) = XX dBµV (reading from receiver) + XX dB (Correction factor)
Bandwidth,
kHz
Line
Filter
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Correction,
dB
9.9
10.0
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
9.9
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
Example:
43.5 dBµV = 23.2 dBµV (receiver reading) + 10.1 dB (LISN factor IL) + 0.2 dB (cable loss) + 10 dB (attenuator)
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(a)(2) and RSS-247 5.2(a) Minimum 6 dB bandwidth for systems using digital
modulation techniques
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
Test name
Specification
8.2
8.2.1
FCC 15.247(a)(2) and RSS-247 5.2(a) Minimum 6 dB bandwidth for systems using digital modulation
techniques
Definitions and limits
FCC and ISED:
(a)
Operation under the provisions of this Section is limited to frequency hopping and digitally modulated intentional radiators that comply with the
following provisions:
(2)
8.2.2
Systems using digital modulation techniques may operate in the 902–928 MHz, 2400–2483.5 MHz and 5725–5850 MHz bands. The
minimum 6 dB bandwidth shall be at least 500 kHz.
Test summary
Test date
Test engineer
Verdict
8.2.3
December 1, 2016
Kevin Rose
Pass
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
21 °C
990 mbar
35 %
Observations, settings and special notes
Spectrum analyser settings:
Resolution bandwidth
Video bandwidth
Frequency span
Detector mode
Trace mode
8.2.4
1–5 % of DTS BW (no wider than 100 kHz)
≥3 × RBW
30 MHz for 20 MHz channel
Peak
Max Hold
Test data
Table 8.2-1: 6 dB bandwidth results
Modulation
802.11b
802.11g
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Frequency, MHz
2412
2437
2462
2412
2437
2462
6 dB bandwidth, MHz
9.96
9.54
10.20
16.50
16.56
16.50
Limit, MHz
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
0.50
Margin, MHz
9.46
9.04
9.70
16.00
16.06
16.00
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(a)(2) and RSS-247 5.2(a) Minimum 6 dB bandwidth for systems using digital
modulation techniques
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
Test name
Specification
* RBW
MARKER 1
2.41224 GHz
Ref
20
Offset
100 kHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
20 dBm
Att
20 dB
ndB [T1]
BW
100 kHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
2.412240000 GHz
31.5 dB
10
* RBW
7.73 dBm
SWT 5 ms
Ref
6.00 dB
20
20 dBm
Offset
Att
20 dB
-0.34 dBm
SWT 5 ms
31.5 dB
2.420220000 GHz
Delta 1 [T1 ]
9.960000000 MHz
0.68 dB
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
-16.500000000 MHz
10
1.19 dBm
T1
1 PK
MAXH
T2
1 PK
2.407080000 GHz
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
MAXH
LVL
LVL
1.32 dBm
2.417040000 GHz
-10
-10
-20
-20
-30
-30
SWP
100 of
100
SWP
3DB
-40
-40
-50
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
-80
100 of
100
3DB
-80
Center 2.412 GHz
Date: 1.DEC.2016
3 MHz/
Span 30 MHz
15:02:03
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3 MHz/
Span 30 MHz
14:08:07
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Specification
8.3
FCC 15.247(b) and RSS-247 5.4 (d) Transmitter output power and e.i.r.p. requirements
8.3.1
FCC:
(b)
Testing data
FCC 15.247(b) and RSS-247 5.4 (d) Transmitter output power and e.i.r.p. requirements
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
Definitions and limits
The maximum peak conducted output power of the intentional radiator shall not exceed the following:
(3)
For systems using digital modulation in the 902–928 MHz, 2400–2483.5 MHz, and 5725–5850 MHz bands: 1 W (30 dBm). As an alternative to a
peak power measurement, compliance with the one Watt limit can be based on a measurement of the maximum conducted output power.
Maximum Conducted Output Power is defined as the total transmit power delivered to all antennas and antenna elements averaged across all
symbols in the signaling alphabet when the transmitter is operating at its maximum power control level. Power must be summed across all
antennas and antenna elements. The average must not include any time intervals during which the transmitter is off or is transmitting at a
reduced power level. If multiple modes of operation are possible (e.g., alternative modulation methods), the maximum conducte d output power
is the highest total transmit power occurring in any mode.
(4)
The conducted output power limit specified in paragraph (b) of this section is based on the use of antennas with directional gains that do not
exceed 6 dBi. Except as shown in paragraph (c) of this section, if transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 d Bi are used, the
conducted output power from the intentional radiator shall be reduced below the stated values in paragraphs (b)(1), (b)(2), and (b)(3) of this
section, as appropriate, by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
(i)
Systems operating in the 2400–2483.5 MHz band that are used exclusively for fixed, point-to-point operations may employ transmitting
antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi provided the maximum peak output power of the intentional radiator is reduced by 1 dB
for every 3 dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
Fixed, point-to-point operation, as used in paragraphs (b)(3)(i) and (b)(3)(ii) of this section, excludes the use of point-to-multipoint systems, omnidirectional
applications, and multiple co-located intentional radiators transmitting the same information. The operator of the spread spectrum intentional radiator or, if
the equipment is professionally installed, the installer is responsible for ensuring that the system is used exclusively for fixed, point-to-point operations. The
instruction manual furnished with the intentional radiator shall contain language in the installation instructions informing the operator and the installer of
this responsibility.
(c)
Operation with directional antenna gains greater than 6 dBi.
(2) In addition to the provisions in paragraphs (b)(1), (b)(3), (b)(4) and (c)(1)(i) of this section, transmitters operating in the 2400–2483.5 MHz band
that emit multiple directional beams, simultaneously or sequentially, for the purpose of directing signals to individual receivers or to groups of
receivers provided the emissions comply with the following:
(i) Different information must be transmitted to each receiver.
(ii) If the transmitter employs an antenna system that emits multiple directional beams but does not do emit multiple directional beams
simultaneously, the total output power conducted to the array or arrays that comprise the device, i.e., the sum of the power supplied to
all antennas, antenna elements, staves, etc. and summed across all carriers or frequency channels, shall not exceed the limit specified in
paragraph (b)(1) or (b)(3) of this section, as applicable. However, the total conducted output power shall be reduced by 1 dB below the
specified limits for each 3 dB that the directional gain of the antenna/antenna array exceeds 6 dBi. The directional antenna gain shall be
computed as follows:
(A) The directional gain shall be calculated as the sum of 10 log (number of array elements or staves) plus the directional gain of the
element or stave having the highest gain.
ISED:
For DTSs employing digital modulation techniques operating in the bands 902–928 MHz and 2400–2483.5 MHz, the maximum peak conducted output power
shall not exceed 1W. Except as provided in Section 5.4(5), the e.i.r.p. shall not exceed 4 W.
Fixed point-to-point systems in the bands 2400-2483.5 MHz and 5725-5850 MHz are permitted to have an e.i.r.p. higher than 4 W provided that the higher
e.i.r.p. is achieved by employing higher gain directional antennas and not higher transmitter output powers. Point-to-multipoint systems, omnidirectional
applications and multiple co-located transmitters transmitting the same information are prohibited from exceeding an e.i.r.p. of 4 W.
8.3.2
Test summary
Test date
Test engineer
Verdict
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Relative humidity
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Specification
8.3.3
Testing data
FCC 15.247(b) and RSS-247 5.4 (d) Transmitter output power and e.i.r.p. requirements
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
Observations, settings and special notes
The test was performed according to DTS guidelines section 9.2.2.1: Measurement using a spectrum analyzer (SA) Method AVGSA-1 averaging with the EUT
transmitting at full power throughout each sweep.
8.3.4
Test data
Table 8.3-1: Output power measurements results
Conducted output power, dBm
Measured
Limit
15.47
30
15.91
30
15.83
30
15.63
30
15.77
30
16.25
30
Frequency,
MHz
2412
2437
2462
2412
2437
2462
Modulation
802.11b
802.11g
Antenna
gain, dBi
Margin, dB
14.53
14.09
14.17
14.37
14.23
13.75
EIRP,
dBm
18.47
18.91
18.83
18.63
18.77
19.25
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
10
11.5 dBm
Offset
Att
10 dB
AVG
Ref
31.5 dB
10
-20
AVG
LVL
SWP
100 of
100
-50
11.5 dBm
Offset
10 dB
VBW 1 MHz
SWT 5 ms
31.5 dB
-20
-30
-40
LVL
SWP
100 of
100
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
3DB
-80
Center 2.412 GHz
5 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
20 MHz
Power
Span 50 MHz
15.63 dBm
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-80
Center 2.412 GHz
5 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Figure 8.3-1: 802.11g power sample plot
Date: 1.DEC.2016
Att
-10
1 RM *
-30
-40
EIRP margin,
dB
17.53
17.09
17.17
17.37
17.23
16.75
* RBW 100 kHz
VBW 1 MHz
SWT 5 ms
-10
1 RM *
EIRP limit,
dBm
36
36
36
36
36
36
20 MHz
Power
Span 50 MHz
15.47 dBm
Figure 8.3-2: 802.11b power sample plot
Date: 1.DEC.2016
14:59:14
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(b) and RSS-247 5.4 (d) Transmitter output power and e.i.r.p. requirements
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
Table 8.3-2: Output power measurements results 1 and 6 simultaneous transmission
Conducted output power, dBm
Measured
Limit
13.08
30
13.68
30
16.43
30
12.83
30
13.51
30
16.19
30
Frequency,
MHz
2412
2437
Composite
2412
2437
Composite
Modulation
802.11b
802.11g
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
10 dBm
* Att
Offset
10 dB
-5.39 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
22 dB
-30
AVG
LVL
100 of
10 dB
EIRP limit,
dBm
36
36
36
36
36
36
EIRP margin,
dB
19.92
19.32
16.57
20.17
19.49
16.81
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-5.24 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
22 dB
-10
1 RM *
SWP
* Att
-20
-40
10 dBm
Offset
-10
AVG
16.92
16.32
13.57
17.17
16.49
13.81
EIRP,
dBm
16.08
16.68
19.43
15.83
16.51
19.19
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
1 RM *
Antenna
gain, dBi
Margin, dB
-20
-30
-40
100
-50
LVL
SWP
100 of
100
-50
-60
-60
-70
PS
-70
-80
3DB
-80
PS
3DB
AC
Center
2.412 GHz
20 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
20 MHz
Span
Power
AC
200 MHz
Center
2.437 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
13.08 dBm
20 MHz
Figure 8.3-3: 802.11b power sample plot
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
10 dBm
* Att
Offset
10 dB
AVG
-8.05 dBm
2.437820513 GHz
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
22 dB
200 MHz
13.68 dBm
10 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-8.15 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
22 dB
-10
1 RM *
-30
AVG
LVL
100 of
* Att
SWP
10 dBm
Offset
-20
-40
Power
Marker 1 [T1 ]
SWT 20 ms
-10
1 RM *
Span
Figure 8.3-4: 802.11b power sample plot
VBW 1 MHz
20 MHz/
-20
-30
-40
100
-50
LVL
SWP
100 of
100
-50
-60
Date: 4.OCT.2017
19:52:28
-60
Date: 4.OCT.2017
-70
PS
-70
-80
3DB
-80
19:51:26
PS
3DB
AC
Center
2.412 GHz
20 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
20 MHz
Span
Power
AC
200 MHz
Center
2.437 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
12.83 dBm
20 MHz
Figure 8.3-5: 802.11g power sample plot
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
10 dBm
* Att
Offset
10 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-5.17 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
AVG
AVG
LVL
SWP
100 of
-50
200 MHz
13.51 dBm
* Att
10 dB
100
-7.88 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
-20
-30
-40
LVL
SWP
100 of
-50
19:47:38
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
22 dB
-10
1 RM *
-30
-40
10 dBm
-20
Date: 4.OCT.2017
Power
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
Offset
-10
1 RM *
Span
Figure 8.3-6: 802.1g power sample plot
22 dB
20 MHz/
Date: 4.OCT.2017
100
19:48:36
-60
-60
-70
PS
-70
-80
3DB
-80
PS
3DB
AC
AC
Center
2.424 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
20 MHz/
50 MHz
Power
Span
200 MHz
16.43 dBm
Center
2.424 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Figure 8.3-7: 802.11b composite power sample plot
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50 MHz
Power
Span
200 MHz
16.19 dBm
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(b) and RSS-247 5.4 (d) Transmitter output power and e.i.r.p. requirements
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
Table 8.3-3: Output power measurements results 1, 6 and 11 simultaneous transmission
Conducted output power, dBm
Measured
Limit
11.26
30
11.81
30
11.52
30
10.85
30
11.65
30
11.08
30
16.30
30
16.02
30
Frequency,
MHz
2412
2437
2462
2412
2437
2462
Composite
Composite
Modulation
802.11b
802.11g
802.11b
802.11g
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
10 dBm
Offset
* Att
10 dB
-7.08 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
10 dB
EIRP margin,
dB
21.74
21.19
21.48
22.15
21.35
21.92
16.70
16.98
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-7.15 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
22 dB
-10
1 RM *
-30
AVG
LVL
100 of
* Att
SWP
10 dBm
Offset
-20
-40
EIRP limit,
dBm
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
22 dB
-10
AVG
18.74
18.19
18.48
19.15
18.35
18.92
13.70
13.98
EIRP,
dBm
14.26
14.81
14.52
13.85
14.65
14.08
19.30
19.02
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
1 RM *
Antenna
gain, dBi
Margin, dB
-20
-30
-40
100
-50
LVL
SWP
100 of
100
-50
-60
-60
-70
PS
-70
-80
3DB
-80
PS
3DB
AC
Center
2.412 GHz
20 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
20 MHz
Power
Span
AC
200 MHz
Center
2.437 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
11.26 dBm
20 MHz
Figure 8.3-9: 802.11b power sample plot
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
10 dBm
Offset
* Att
10 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-7.13 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
AVG
Offset
-30
AVG
LVL
100 of
200 MHz
11.81 dBm
* Att
10 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-10.01 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
22 dB
-10
1 RM *
SWP
10 dBm
-20
-40
Power
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
-10
1 RM *
Span
Figure 8.3-10: 802.11b power sample plot
22 dB
20 MHz/
-20
-30
-40
100
-50
LVL
SWP
100 of
100
-50
-60
Date: 4.OCT.2017
20:03:44
-60
Date: 4.OCT.2017
-70
PS
-70
-80
3DB
-80
20:04:32
PS
3DB
AC
Center
2.462 GHz
20 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
20 MHz
Power
Span
AC
200 MHz
Center
2.412 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
11.52 dBm
20 MHz
Figure 8.3-11: 802.11b power sample plot
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
10 dBm
Offset
* Att
10 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-10.06 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
AVG
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
-30
AVG
LVL
100 of
200 MHz
10.85 dBm
100
-50
10 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-9.76 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
22 dB
-10
1 RM *
SWP
* Att
-20
-40
10 dBm
Offset
-10
1 RM *
Power
Span
Figure 8.3-12: 802.1g power sample plot
22 dB
20 MHz/
-20
-30
-40
LVL
SWP
100 of
100
-50
Date: 4.OCT.2017
-60
20:05:07
Date: 4.OCT.2017
-60
-70
PS
-70
-80
3DB
-80
20:09:50
PS
3DB
AC
Center
2.437 GHz
20 MHz/
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
20 MHz
Power
Span
11.65 dBm
200 MHz
AC
Center
2.462 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Figure 8.3-13: 802.11g power sample plot
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20 MHz
Power
Span
200 MHz
11.08 dBm
Figure 8.3-14: 802.1g power sample plot
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(b) and RSS-247 5.4 (d) Transmitter output power and e.i.r.p. requirements
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
10 dBm
Offset
* Att
10 dB
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-6.98 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
* RBW 100 kHz
Ref
22 dB
Offset
AVG
-20
AVG
LVL
SWP
100 of
10 dB
100
-50
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 1 MHz
-10.06 dBm
SWT 20 ms
2.437820513 GHz
22 dB
-10
1 RM *
-30
-40
* Att
-10
1 RM *
10 dBm
-20
-30
-40
LVL
SWP
100 of
100
-50
-60
-60
-70
PS
-70
-80
3DB
-80
PS
3DB
AC
Center
2.438 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 4.OCT.2017
20 MHz/
70 MHz
Power
Span
200 MHz
16.30 dBm
20:01:05
Figure 8.3-15: 802.11b Composite power sample plot
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Center
2.437 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 4.OCT.2017
20 MHz/
70 MHz
Power
Span
200 MHz
16.02 dBm
20:08:00
Figure 8.3-16: 802.11g Composite power sample plot
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8.4
8.4.1
Testing data
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
Definitions and limits
FCC:
In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which the spread spectrum or digitally modulated intentional radiator is operating, the radio
frequency power that is produced by the intentional radiator shall be at least 20 dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the
highest level of the desired power, based on either an RF conducted or a radiated measurement, provided the transmitter demonstrates compliance with the
peak conducted power limits. If the transmitter complies with the conducted power limits based on the use of RMS averaging over a time interval, as
permitted under paragraph (b)(3) of this section, the attenuation required under this paragraph shall be 30 dB instead of 20 dB. Attenuation below the
general limits specified in §15.209(a) is not required. In addition, radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands, a s defined in §15.205(a), must also
comply with the radiated emission limits specified in §15.209(a) (see §15.205(c)).
ISED:
In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which the spread spectrum or digitally modulated device is operating, the RF power that is produced
shall be at least 20 dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired power, based on either an RF
conducted or a radiated measurement, provided that the transmitter demonstrates compliance with the peak conducted power limi ts. If the transmitter
complies with the conducted power limits based on the use of root-mean-square averaging over a time interval, as permitted under Section 5.4(4), the
attenuation required shall be 30 dB instead of 20 dB. Attenuation below the general field strength limits specified in RSS-Gen is not required.
Table 8.4-1: FCC §15.209 and RSS-Gen – Radiated emission limits
Field strength of emissions
Measurement distance, m
Frequency,
MHz
µV/m
dBµV/m
0.009–0.490
2400/F
67.6 – 20 × log10(F)
300
0.490–1.705
24000/F
87.6 – 20 × log10(F)
30
1.705–30.0
30
29.5
30
30–88
100
40.0
88–216
150
43.5
216–960
200
46.0
above 960
500
54.0
Notes: In the emission table above, the tighter limit applies at the band edges.
For frequencies above 1 GHz the limit on peak RF emissions is 20 dB above the maximum permitted average emission limit applicable to the
equipment under test
Table 8.4-2: ISED restricted frequency bands
MHz
MHz
MHz
GHz
0.090–0.110
12.51975–12.52025
399.9–410
5.35–5.46
2.1735–2.1905
12.57675–12.57725
608–614
7.25–7.75
3.020–3.026
13.36–13.41
960–1427
8.025–8.5
4.125–4.128
16.42–16.423
1435–1626.5
9.0–9.2
4.17725–4.17775
16.69475–16.69525
1645.5–1646.5
9.3–9.5
4.20725–4.20775
16.80425–16.80475
1660–1710
10.6–12.7
5.677-5.683
25.5–25.67
1718.8–1722.2
13.25–13.4
6.215–6.218
37.5–38.25
2200–2300
14.47–14.5
6.26775–6.26825
73–74.6
2310–2390
15.35–16.2
6.31175–6.31225
74.8–75.2
2655–2900
17.7–21.4
8.291–8.294
108–138
3260–3267
22.01–23.12
8.362–8.366
156.52475–156.52525
3332–3339
23.6–24.0
8.37625–8.38675
156.7–156.9
3345.8–3358
31.2–31.8
8.41425–8.41475
240–285
3500–4400
36.43–36.5
12.29–12.293
322–335.4
4500–5150
Above 38.6
Note: Certain frequency bands listed in Table 8.4-2 and above 38.6 GHz are designated for low-power licence-exempt applications. These frequency bands
and the requirements that apply to the devices are set out in this Standard
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
Table 8.4-3: FCC restricted frequency bands
MHz
0.090–0.110
0.495–0.505
2.1735–2.1905
4.125–4.128
4.17725–4.17775
4.20725–4.20775
6.215–6.218
6.26775–6.26825
6.31175–6.31225
8.291–8.294
8.362–8.366
8.37625–8.38675
8.41425–8.41475
12.29–12.293
12.51975–12.52025
12.57675–12.57725
13.36–13.41
8.4.2
MHz
399.9–410
608–614
960–1240
1300–1427
1435–1626.5
1645.5–1646.5
1660–1710
1718.8–1722.2
2200–2300
2310–2390
2483.5–2500
2690–2900
3260–3267
3332–3339
3345.8–3358
3600–4400
GHz
4.5–5.15
5.35–5.46
7.25–7.75
8.025–8.5
9.0–9.2
9.3–9.5
10.6–12.7
13.25–13.4
14.47–14.5
15.35–16.2
17.7–21.4
22.01–23.12
23.6–24.0
31.2–31.8
36.43–36.5
Above 38.6
Test summary
Test date
Test engineer
Verdict
8.4.3
MHz
16.42–16.423
16.69475–16.69525
16.80425–16.80475
25.5–25.67
37.5–38.25
73–74.6
74.8–75.2
108–121.94
123–138
149.9–150.05
156.52475–156.52525
156.7–156.9
162.0125–167.17
167.72–173.2
240–285
322–335.4
December 1, 2016
Kevin Rose
Pass
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
21 °C
990 mbar
35 %
Observations, settings and special notes
The spectrum was searched from 30 MHz to the 10th harmonic.
EUT was set to transmit with 100 % duty cycle.
Since fundamental power was tested using average method, the spurious emissions limit is −30 dBc/100 kHz
Spectrum analyser settings for radiated measurements within restricted bands below 1 GHz:
Resolution bandwidth:
Video bandwidth:
Detector mode:
Trace mode:
100 kHz
300 kHz
Peak
Max Hold
Spectrum analyser settings for peak radiated measurements within restricted bands above 1 GHz:
Resolution bandwidth:
Video bandwidth:
Detector mode:
Trace mode:
1 MHz
3 MHz
Peak
Max Hold
Spectrum analyser settings for average radiated measurements within restricted bands above 1 GHz:
Resolution bandwidth:
Video bandwidth:
Detector mode:
Trace mode:
1 MHz
10 Hz
Peak
Max Hold
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FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
Spectrum analyser settings for conducted spurious emissions measurements:
Resolution bandwidth:
Video bandwidth:
Detector mode:
Trace mode:
8.4.4
100 kHz
300 kHz
Peak
Max Hold
Test data
Table 8.4-4: Radiated field strength measurement results for 802.11b
Peak Field strength, dBµV/m
Average Field strength, dBµV/m
Margin,
dB
Measured
Limit
Measured
Limit
Low
2376.1
59.63
74
14.37
49.41
54
Low
2555.9
54.28
74
19.72
46.12
54
Mid
2616.9
56.57
74
17.43
51.62
54
High
2483.5
58.66
74
15.34
45.97
54
Notes:
Field strength includes correction factor of antenna, cable loss, amplifier, and attenuators where applicable.
Channel
Frequency,
MHz
Margin,
dB
4.59
7.88
2.38
8.03
Table 8.4-5: Radiated field strength measurement results for 802.11g
Peak Field strength, dBµV/m
Average Field strength, dBµV/m
Margin,
dB
Measured
Limit
Measured
Limit
Low
2390
70.66
74
3.34
50.96
54
Low
2616.9
53.79
74
20.21
48.27
54
Mid
2616.9
57.98
74
16.02
53.79
54
High
2483.5
64.48
74
9.52
40.75
54
Notes:
Field strength includes correction factor of antenna, cable loss, amplifier, and attenuators where applicable.
Channel
Frequency,
MHz
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dB
3.04
5.73
0.21
13.25
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
* RBW
100 kHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
Ref
20
20 dBm
Offset
Att
20 dB
* RBW
6.15 dBm
SWT 5 ms
Ref
31.5 dB
10
1 PK
MAXH
100 kHz
VBW 300 kHz
2.413300000 GHz
20 dBm
20
Offset
10
Att
20 dB
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
6.68 dBm
2.463200000 GHz
31.5 dB
1 PK
MAXH
LVL
-10
LVL
-10
-20
-20
D1 -23.13 dBm
D1 -23.85 dBm
-30
-30
3DB
3DB
-40
-40
-50
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
-80
-80
Center 2.4 GHz
Date: 1.DEC.2016
5 MHz/
Span 50 MHz
Center 2.4835 GHz
14:13:14
Date: 1.DEC.2016
Figure 8.4-1: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11g lower band edge
* RBW
100 kHz
20
20 dBm
Offset
Att
20 dB
* RBW
Ref
20
100 kHz
VBW 300 kHz
2.410700000 GHz
31.5 dB
10
1 PK
MAXH
Figure 8.4-2: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11g upper band edge
7.86 dBm
SWT 5 ms
Span 50 MHz
14:49:09
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
Ref
5 MHz/
10
20 dBm
Offset
Att
20 dB
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
7.90 dBm
2.462800000 GHz
31.5 dB
1 PK
MAXH
LVL
-10
LVL
-10
-20
-20
D1 -22.06 dBm
-30
D1 -22.1 dBm
-30
SWP
100 of
100
3DB
3DB
-40
-40
-50
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
-80
-80
Center 2.4 GHz
Date: 1.DEC.2016
5 MHz/
Span 50 MHz
15:03:41
Figure 8.4-3: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11b lower band edge
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5 MHz/
Span 50 MHz
15:26:51
Figure 8.4-4: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11b upper band edge
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Ref
10
Testing data
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
10 dBm
* Att
Offset
10 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
VBW
300 kHz
SWT
10 ms
22 dB
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-32.35 dBm
2.399839744 GHz
Ref
Marker 1 [T1 ]1
3.85 dBm
10
2.441987179 GHz
1 PK
VIEW
10 dBm
* Att
Offset
10 dB
* RBW
100 kHz
VBW
300 kHz
SWT
10 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
5.79 dBm
2.437820513 GHz
22 dB
1 PK
VIEW
-10
LVL
-20
-10
LVL
-20
D1 -24.21 dBm
D1 -26.15 dBm
PS
-30
PS
-30
-40
-40
3DB
3DB
AC
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
-80
-80
-90
-90
Center
2.4 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
10 MHz/
Span
100 MHz
Center
19:19:52
Figure 8.4-5: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11g lower band edge
87 dBµV
* Att
MAXH
0 dB
Span
100 MHz
19:23:43
Figure 8.4-6: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11b lower band edge
* RBW
1 MHz
VBW
3 MHz
SWT
2.5 ms
* RBW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
66.22 dBµV
2.389743782 GHz
Ref
1 RM *
AVG
60
TDS
87 dBµV
* Att
0 dB
1 MHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW
10 MHz
53.74 dBµV
SWT
2.5 ms
2.389743782 GHz
80
70
10 MHz/
Channel 1 and 6 TX simultaneous
80
1 PK
2.4 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
Channel 1 and 6 TX simultaneous
Ref
AC
-50
70
60
TDS
PA
50
PS
40
PA
50
PS
40
3DB
30
SWP
100 of
100
3DB
30
AC
AC
20
20
10
10
-10
Center
-10
2.39 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
20:35:52
Figure 8.4-7: Radiated spurious emissions for 802.11b lower band edge Peak
Channel 1 and 6 TX simultaneous
Center
2.39 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
20:41:21
Figure 8.4-8: Radiated spurious emissions for 802.11b lower band edge
Average
Channel 1 and 6 TX simultaneous
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Ref
Testing data
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
87 dBµV
* Att
0 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
VBW
3 MHz
SWT
2.5 ms
66.65 dBµV
2.390064054 GHz
80
1 PK
MAXH
* RBW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
Ref
1 RM *
AVG
60
* Att
0 dB
1 MHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW
10 MHz
52.34 dBµV
SWT
2.5 ms
2.389743782 GHz
80
70
87 dBµV
70
60
TDS
TDS
PA
50
PA
50
PS
40
PS
40
SWP
100 of
100
SWP
3DB
30
100 of
100
3DB
30
AC
AC
20
20
10
10
-10
-10
Center
2.39 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
Center
20:50:54
2.39 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
Figure 8.4-9: Radiated spurious emissions for 802.11g lower band edge Peak
Channel 1 and 6 TX simultaneous
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
20:49:22
Figure 8.4-10: Radiated spurious emissions for 802.11g lower band edge
Average
Channel 1 and 6 TX simultaneous
Ref
87 dBµV
* Att
0 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
VBW
3 MHz
SWT
2.5 ms
60.36 dBµV
2.483903878 GHz
80
1 PK
MAXH
* RBW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
Ref
* Att
0 dB
1 MHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW
10 MHz
51.03 dBµV
SWT
2.5 ms
2.483903878 GHz
80
1 RM *
70
87 dBµV
AVG
70
60
TDS
60
TDS
PA
50
PS
40
PA
50
PS
40
SWP
100 of
100
3DB
30
SWP
100 of
100
3DB
30
AC
AC
20
20
10
10
-10
Center
-10
2.4835 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
20:52:35
Center
2.4835 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
20:54:33
Figure 8.4-11: Radiated spurious emissions for 802.11b upper band edge
Peak
Figure 8.4-12: Radiated spurious emissions for 802.11b upper band edge
Average
Channel 6 and 11 TX simultaneous
Channel 6 and 11 TX simultaneous
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
87 dBµV
* Att
0 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
VBW
3 MHz
SWT
2.5 ms
64.45 dBµV
2.488707965 GHz
80
1 PK
MAXH
* RBW
Marker 1 [T1 ]
Ref
1 RM *
AVG
60
TDS
* Att
PS
40
1 MHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
VBW
10 MHz
51.13 dBµV
SWT
2.5 ms
2.490949872 GHz
70
60
TDS
PA
50
0 dB
80
70
87 dBµV
PA
50
PS
40
SWP
100 of
100
3DB
30
SWP
100 of
100
3DB
30
AC
AC
20
20
10
10
-10
Center
-10
2.4835 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
21:02:07
Center
2.4835 GHz
Date: 4.OCT.2017
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
21:01:06
Figure 8.4-13: Radiated spurious emissions for 802.11g upper band edge
Peak
Figure 8.4-14: Radiated spurious emissions for 802.11g upper band edge
Average
Channel 6 and 11 TX simultaneous
Channel 6 and 11 TX simultaneous
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FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
* RBW
100 kHz
Marker 2 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
Ref
20
20 dBm
Offset
* Att
10 dB
SWT 2.5 s
31.5 dB
* RBW
-33.50 dBm
100 kHz
Marker 2 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
23.227130000 GHz
Ref
Marker 1 [T1 ]
20 dBm
20
Offset
10
* Att
10 dB
SWT 2.5 s
31.5 dB
-33.93 dBm
20.227608750 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
3.35 dBm
2.411513750 GHz
10
6.09 dBm
2.436483750 GHz
1 PK
MAXH
1 PK
MAXH
LVL
-10
LVL
-10
-20
-20
D1 -22.7 dBm
D1 -23.85 dBm
-30
-30
3DB
3DB
-40
-40
-50
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
-80
-80
Start 30 MHz
Date: 1.DEC.2016
2.497 GHz/
Stop 25 GHz
Center 12.515 GHz
14:16:38
Date: 1.DEC.2016
Figure 8.4-15: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11g, low channel
* RBW
100 kHz
20 dBm
20
Offset
10
* Att
10 dB
SWT 2.5 s
31.5 dB
Span 24.97 GHz
14:41:06
Figure 8.4-16: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11g, mid channel
Marker 2 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
Ref
2.497 GHz/
* RBW
-34.58 dBm
100 kHz
Marker 2 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
20.677068750 GHz
Ref
Marker 1 [T1 ]
20 dBm
20
Offset
10
* Att
10 dB
SWT 2.5 s
31.5 dB
-34.44 dBm
20.177668750 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
6.55 dBm
2.461453750 GHz
6.04 dBm
1 PK
MAXH
2.411513750 GHz
1 PK
MAXH
LVL
-10
LVL
-10
-20
-20
D1 -23.13 dBm
-30
D1 -22.06 dBm
-30
3DB
3DB
-40
-40
-50
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
-80
-80
Center 12.515 GHz
Date: 1.DEC.2016
2.497 GHz/
Span 24.97 GHz
14:50:04
Figure 8.4-17: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11g, high channel
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2.497 GHz/
Span 24.97 GHz
15:05:13
Figure 8.4-18: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11b, low channel
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FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
* RBW
100 kHz
VBW 300 kHz
Ref
20 dBm
20
Offset
10
* Att
10 dB
SWT 2.5 s
31.5 dB
* RBW
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-34.13 dBm
100 kHz
Marker 2 [T1 ]
VBW 300 kHz
24.778391250 GHz
Ref
Marker 1 [T1 ]
20 dBm
20
Offset
10
* Att
10 dB
SWT 2.5 s
31.5 dB
-34.16 dBm
20.343095000 GHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
6.66 dBm
2.436483750 GHz
5.80 dBm
1 PK
MAXH
2.461453750 GHz
1 PK
MAXH
LVL
-10
-20
LVL
-10
-20
D1 -21.81 dBm
-30
D1 -22.1 dBm
-30
3DB
3DB
-40
-40
-50
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
-80
-80
Center 12.515 GHz
Date: 1.DEC.2016
2.497 GHz/
Span 24.97 GHz
15:15:21
Figure 8.4-19: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11b, mid channel
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Date: 1.DEC.2016
2.497 GHz/
Span 24.97 GHz
15:27:45
Figure 8.4-20: Conducted spurious emissions for 802.11b, high channel
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Testing data
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
87 dBµV
* Att
0 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
61.95 dBµV
2.389435897 GHz
80
1 PK
MAXH
Ref
* Att
0 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
52.13 dBµV
2.389435897 GHz
80
1 RM *
70
87 dBµV
AVG
70
60
60
TDS
TDS
PA
50
PA
50
PS
40
PS
40
SWP
100 of
100
SWP
3DB
30
100 of
100
3DB
30
AC
AC
20
20
10
10
F1
F1
-10
-10
Center
2.3895 GHz
Date: 17.AUG.2017
20 MHz/
Span
200 MHz
Center
23:32:49
2.3895 GHz
Date: 17.AUG.2017
20 MHz/
Span
200 MHz
23:33:23
Figure 8.4-21: Intermodulation two carriers Channel 6 and 11 Low band
edge
Figure 8.4-22: Intermodulation two carriers Channel 6 and 11 Low band
edge
Peak
Average
* RBW 100 kHz
* VBW 3 MHz
Ref
87 dBµV
* Att
0 dB
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
* RBW 100 kHz
50.54 dBµV
* VBW 3 MHz
2.392000000 GHz
Ref
80
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
41.33 dBµV
2.392000000 GHz
60
1 RM *
50
AVG
40
30
0 dB
70
60
MAXH
* Att
80
70
1 PK
87 dBµV
50
40
SWP
100 of
100
TDS
20
30
SWP
100 of
100
TDS
20
PA
F1
10
PA
F1
10
PS
PS
3DB
-10
AC
-10
Center
2.3895 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 17.AUG.2017
500 kHz/
1 MHz
Power
Span
5 MHz
59.19 dBµV
23:31:56
Center
3DB
AC
2.3895 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 17.AUG.2017
500 kHz/
1 MHz
Power
Span
5 MHz
50.00 dBµV
23:31:33
Figure 8.4-23: Intermodulation two carriers Channel 6 and 11 Low band
edge
Figure 8.4-24: Intermodulation two carriers Channel 6 and 11 Low band
edge
Peak
Average
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
Ref
Testing data
FCC 15.247(d) and RSS-247 5.5 Spurious (out-of-band) emissions
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
87 dBµV
* Att
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
0 dB
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
67.43 dBµV
80
1 PK
MAXH
Ref
2.486638670 GHz
1 RM *
AVG
60
* Att
0 dB
* RBW
1 MHz
* VBW
3 MHz
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
53.05 dBµV
2.483756218 GHz
80
70
87 dBµV
70
60
TDS
TDS
PA
PA
50
50
PS
PS
40
40
SWP
100 of
100
SWP
3DB
30
100 of
100
3DB
30
AC
AC
20
20
10
10
-10
-10
Center
2.4835 GHz
Date: 17.AUG.2017
19.985 MHz/
Span
Center
199.85 MHz
2.4835 GHz
Date: 17.AUG.2017
23:28:27
19.985 MHz/
Span
199.85 MHz
23:26:22
Figure 8.4-25: Intermodulation two carriers Channel 6 and 11 upper band
edge
Figure 8.4-26: Intermodulation two carriers Channel 6 and 11 upper band
edge
Peak
Average
* RBW 100 kHz
* VBW 3 MHz
Ref
87 dBµV
* Att
0 dB
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
* RBW 100 kHz
52.46 dBµV
* VBW 3 MHz
2.486000000 GHz
Ref
80
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
40.56 dBµV
2.486000000 GHz
60
1 RM *
50
AVG
40
30
0 dB
70
60
MAXH
* Att
80
70
1 PK
87 dBµV
50
40
SWP
100 of
100
TDS
20
30
SWP
100 of
100
TDS
20
PA
F1
10
PA
F1
10
PS
PS
3DB
-10
AC
-10
Center
2.484 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 17.AUG.2017
500 kHz/
1 MHz
Power
Span
5 MHz
61.75 dBµV
23:30:00
Center
3DB
AC
2.484 GHz
Tx Channel
Bandwidth
Date: 17.AUG.2017
500 kHz/
1 MHz
Power
Span
5 MHz
50.68 dBµV
23:30:39
Figure 8.4-27: Intermodulation two carriers Channel 6 and 11 upper band
edge
Figure 8.4-28: Intermodulation two carriers Channel 6 and 11 upper band
edge
Peak
Average
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
8.5
8.5.1
Testing data
FCC Clause 15.247(e) and RSS-247 5.2(b) Power spectral density for digitally modulated devices
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
FCC 15.247(e) and RSS-247 5.2(b) Power spectral density for digitally modulated devices
Definitions and limits
FCC:
For digitally modulated systems, the power spectral density conducted from the intentional radiator to the antenna shall not be greater than 8 dBm in any
3 kHz band during any time interval of continuous transmission. This power spectral density shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of
paragraph (b) of this section. The same method of determining the conducted output power shall be used to determine the power spectral density.
ISED:
The transmitter power spectral density conducted from the transmitter to the antenna shall not be greater than 8 dBm in any 3 kHz band during any time
interval of continuous transmission. This power spectral density shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of Section 5.4(4), (i.e. the power
spectral density shall be determined using the same method as is used to determine the conducted output power).
8.5.2
Test summary
Test date
Test engineer
Verdict
8.5.3
December 1, 2016
Kevin Rose
Pass
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
21 °C
990 mbar
35 %
Observations, settings and special notes
The test was performed using method described in section 10.3 Method AVGPSD-1 (trace averaging with EUT transmitting at full power throughout each
sweep). Spectrum analyser settings:
Resolution bandwidth:
Video bandwidth:
Frequency span:
Detector mode:
Trace mode:
Averaging sweeps number:
8.5.4
100 kHz
1 MHz
30 MHz
RMS
Power average
100
Test data
Table 8.5-1: PSD measurements results
Modulation
802.11b
802.11g
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Frequency, MHz
2412
2437
2462
2412
2437
2462
PSD, dBm/100 kHz
-2.89
-2.40
-2.47
-4.33
-2.24
-3.37
PSD limit, dBm/3 kHz
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
8.00
Margin, dB
10.89
10.40
10.47
12.33
10.24
11.37
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Section 8
Test name
Specification
Testing data
FCC Clause 15.247(e) and RSS-247 5.2(b) Power spectral density for digitally modulated devices
FCC Part 15 Subpart C and RSS-247, Issue 2
* RBW
100 kHz
VBW 1 MHz
Ref
10
11.5 dBm
Offset
Att
10 dB
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
* RBW
-2.89 dBm
Ref
31.5 dB
10
11.5 dBm
Offset
Att
10 dB
SWT 5 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-4.33 dBm
2.411040000 GHz
31.5 dB
100 kHz
VBW 1 MHz
2.412540000 GHz
1 RM *
1 RM *
AVG
AVG
-10
LVL
-10
-20
-20
-30
-30
-40
LVL
-40
SWP
100 of
100
SWP
3DB
-50
-50
-60
-60
-70
-70
-80
-80
Center 2.412 GHz
Date: 1.DEC.2016
3 MHz/
Span 30 MHz
15:00:44
Figure 8.5-1: PSD sample plot on 802.11b
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100 of
100
Center 2.412 GHz
Date: 1.DEC.2016
3DB
3 MHz/
Span 30 MHz
14:04:24
Figure 8.5-2: PSD sample plot on 802.11g
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Section 9:
Section 9.
9.1
Block diagrams of test set-ups
Block diagrams of test set-ups
Radiated emissions set-up for frequencies below 1 GHz
Radio absorbing material
Antenna
mast
Test
antenna
4m
3m
EUT
0.8 m
Test
antenna
Nonconducting
table
1m
Metal ground
plane
Turn table
Receiver
9.2
Antenna port conducted emission test setup
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Section 9:
9.3
Block diagrams of test set-ups
Radiated emissions set-up for frequencies above 1 GHz
Radio absorbing material
Antenna
mast
Test
antenna
4m
3m
EUT
Test
antenna
Nonconducting
table
1.5 m
1m
Metal ground plane
Turn table
Receiver
RF pre-amp
9.4
Conducted emissions set-up
Vertical ground plane
40 cm from EUT
0.8 m
Power supply
LISN
Receiver
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EUT
Nonconducting
table
0.8 m
Horizontal ground plane
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