89FT5871 Portable 2-way radio RF Exposure Info SAR Report 1 of 2 Motorola Solutions, Inc.

Motorola Solutions, Inc. Portable 2-way radio

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SAMM No.0826
DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE SAR ASSESSMENT Part 1 of 2
Motorola Solutions Inc.
EME Test Laboratory
Motorola Solutions Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Innoplex)
Plot 2A, Medan Bayan Lepas,
Mukim 12 SWD 11900 Bayan Lepas Penang, Malaysia.
Date of Report: 05/02/2018
Report Revision: A
Responsible Engineer:
Saw Sun Hock (EME Engineer)
Report Author:
Saw Sun Hock (EME Engineer)
Date/s Tested:
3/22/2018-3/26/2018, 4/16/2018, 4/27/2018, 4/30/2018
Manufacturer:
Hi-P Electronics Pte.Ltd., China
DUT Description:
Handheld PortableDLR1060, 1Watt 900MHz, 6CH BULK (BRUS/ BRCAN)
Test TX mode(s):
CW (PTT)
Max. Power output:
1.0W
Nominal Power:
1.0W
Tx Frequency Bands:
902-928MHz
Signaling type:
FSK
Model(s) Tested:
DLR1060BHLAB (HKUF4007B)
Model(s) Certified:
DLR1020BHLAA /DLR1020B1; DLR1020BHLAB /DLR1020B2 ;
DLR1060BHLAA
& DLR1060BHWAA / DLR1060B1;
DLR1060BHLAB / DLR1060B2
Serial Number(s):
550PUE3873
Classification:
General Population/Uncontrolled
FCC ID:
AZ489FT5871; 902-928MHz
This report contains results that are immaterial for FCC equipment approval, which
are clearly identified.
IC:
109U
-89FT5871; 902-928MHz
This report contains results that are immaterial for IC equipment approval, which are
identified.
ISED Test Site registration:
109AK
FCC Test Firm Registration
Number:
823256
The test results clearly demonstrate compliance with FCC General Population/Uncontrolled RF Exposure limits of 1.6 W/kg
averaged over 1 gram per the requirements of FCC 47 CFR § 2.1093 and ISED RSS-102 (Issue 5).
Based on the information and the testing results provided herein, the undersigned certifies that when used as stated in the operating instructions
supplied, said product complies with the national and international reference standards and guidelines listed in section 4.0 of this report. This report
shall not be reproduced without written approval from an officially designated representative of the Motorola Solutions Inc EME Laboratory.
I attest to the accuracy of the data and assume full responsibility for the completeness of these measurements. This reporting format is consistent with
the suggested guidelines of the TIA TSB-150 December 2004. The results and statements contained in this report pertain only to the device(s)
evaluated.
Tiong Nguk Ing
Deputy Technical Manager (Approved Signatory)
Approval Date: 6/7/2018
Tiong
Nguk
Ing
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Part 1 of 2
1.0 Introduction ................................................................................................................................. 4
2.0 FCC SAR Summary .................................................................................................................... 4
3.0 Abbreviations / Definitions ......................................................................................................... 4
4.0 Referenced Standards and Guidelines ........................................................................................ 5
5.0 SAR Limits ................................................................................................................................. 6
6.0 Description of Device Under Test (DUT) .................................................................................. 6
7.0 Optional Accessories and Test Criteria ...................................................................................... 6
7.1 Antennas ......................................................................................................................... 6
7.2 Batteries .......................................................................................................................... 7
7.3 Body worn Accessory ..................................................................................................... 7
7.4 Audio Accessories .......................................................................................................... 7
8.0 Description of Test System ......................................................................................................... 8
8.1 Descriptions of Robotics/Probes/Readout Electronics ................................................... 8
8.2 Description of Phantom(s) .............................................................................................. 9
8.3 Description of Simulated Tissue ..................................................................................... 9
9.0 Additional Test Equipment ....................................................................................................... 10
10.0 SAR Measurement System Validation and Verification .......................................................... 10
10.1 System Validation ......................................................................................................... 10
10.2 System Verification ...................................................................................................... 11
10.3 Equivalent Tissue Test Results ..................................................................................... 11
11.0 Environmental Test Conditions ................................................................................................ 12
12.0 DUT Test Setup and Methodology ........................................................................................... 12
12.1 Measurements ............................................................................................................... 12
12.2 DUT Configuration(s) .................................................................................................. 13
12.3 DUT Positioning Procedures ........................................................................................ 13
12.3.1 Body ............................................................................................................... 13
12.3.2 Head ............................................................................................................... 13
12.3.3 Face ................................................................................................................ 13
12.4 DUT Test Channels ...................................................................................................... 14
12.5 SAR Result Scaling Methodology ................................................................................ 14
12.6 DUT Test Plan .............................................................................................................. 14
13.0 DUT Test Data .......................................................................................................................... 15
13.1 Assessments at the Body for 902-928MHz band ......................................................... 15
13.2 Assessments at the Face for 902-928MHz band ........................................................... 16
13.3 Assessment for ISED, Canada ...................................................................................... 16
13.4 Shortened Scan Assessment ......................................................................................... 16
14.0 Results Summary ...................................................................................................................... 17
15.0 Variability Assessment ............................................................................................................. 18
16.0 System Uncertainty ................................................................................................................... 18
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APPENDICES
A Measurement Uncertainty Budget ............................................................................................ 19
B Probe Calibration Certificates ................................................................................................... 22
C Dipole Calibration Certificates ................................................................................................. 38
Part 2 of 2
APPENDICES
D System Verification Check Scans ............................................................................................... 2
E DUT Scans .................................................................................................................................. 9
F Shorten Scan of Highest SAR Configuration ........................................................................... 13
G DUT Test Position Photos ........................................................................................................ 16
H DUT, Body worn and audio accessories Photos ....................................................................... 17
Report Revision History
Date
Revision
Comments
05/02/2018
A
Initial release
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1.0 Introduction
This report details the utilization, test setup, test equipment, and test results of the Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) measurements performed at the Motorola Solutions Inc. EME Test
Laboratory for handheld portable model number DLR1060BHLAB (HKUF4007B). This
device is classified as General Population/Uncontrolled.
2.0 FCC SAR Summary
Table 1
Equipment Class Frequency band
(MHz)
Max Calc at
Body (W/kg)
Max Calc
at Face
(W/kg)
1g-SAR 1g-SAR
DSS 902-928 1.34 1.44
3.0 Abbreviations / Definitions
CNR: Calibration Not Required
CW: Continuous Wave
8FSK: 8 Level, Frequency Shift Keying
DUT: Device Under Test
EME: Electromagnetic Energy
NA: Not Applicable
ISM: Industrial, Scientific and Medical
PTT: Push to Talk
RSM: Remote Speaker Microphone
SAR: Specific Absorption Rate
Audio accessories: These accessories allow communication while the DUT is worn
on the body.
Body worn accessories: These accessories allow the DUT to be worn on the body of
the user.
Maximum Power: Defined as the upper limit of the production line final test station.
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4.0 Referenced Standards and Guidelines
This product is designed to comply with the following applicable national and international
standards and guidelines.
IEC62209-1 (2005) Procedure to determine the specific absorption rate (SAR) for hand-held
devices used in close proximity to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHz to 3 GHz)
Federal Communications Commission, “Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for
Human Exposure to Radio frequency Electromagnetic Fields”, OET Bulletin 65, FCC,
Washington, D.C.: 1997.
IEEE 1528 (2013), Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Average
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications
Devices: Measurement Techniques
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) C95.1-2005
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) 1998
Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6 (2015), Limits of Human Exposure to Radio
frequency Electromagnetic Fields in the Frequency Range from 3 kHz to 300 GHz
RSS-102 (Issue 5) – Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure Compliance of Radio communication
Apparatus (All Frequency Bands)
Australian Communications Authority Radio communications (Electromagnetic Radiation -
Human Exposure) Standard (2014)
ANATEL, Brazil Regulatory Authority, Resolution No. 303 of July 2, 2002 "Regulation of
the limitation of exposure to electrical, magnetic, and electromagnetic fields in the radio
frequency range between 9 kHz and 300 GHz." and “Attachment to resolution # 303 from
July 2, 2002”
IEC62209-2 Edition 1.0 2010-03, Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held
and body-mounted wireless communication devices – Human models, instrumentation, and
procedures – Part 2: Procedure to determine the specific absorption rate (SAR) for wireless
communication devices used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30
MHz to 6 GHz).
FCC KDB – 865664 D01 SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz v01r04
FCC KDB – 865664 D02 RF Exposure Reporting v01r02
FCC KDB – 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06
FCC KDB - 648474 D04 Handset SAR v01r03
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5.0 SAR Limits
Table 2
EXPOSURE LIMITS
SAR (W/kg)
(General Population /
Uncontrolled Exposure
Environment)
(Occupational /
Controlled Exposure
Environment)
Spatial Average - ANSI -
(averaged over the whole body)
0.08
0.4
Spatial Peak - ANSI -
(averaged over any 1-g of tissue)
1.6
8.0
Spatial PeakICNIRP/ANSI -
(hands/wrists/feet/ankles averaged over 10-g)
4.0
20.0
Spatial Peak - ICNIRP -
(Head and Trunk 10-g)
2.0
10.0
6.0 Description of Device Under Test (DUT)
This portable device operates digital two-way communication architecture. Moto talk
operates in the 900MHz Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) band. It is a spread
spectrum protocol utilizing 2, 4, and 8FSK (Frequency Shift Keying). Radio protocol duty
cycle is 95%. User transmit duty cycle is 50% (50%Talk and 50% listen).
The model represented under this filing utilizes fixed antenna capable of transmitting in the
902-928 MHz band respectively. The nominal output powers are 1.0 W with maximum
output powers of 1.0 W as defined by upper limit of the production line final test station.
The intended operating positions are “at the face” with the DUT at least 2.5cm from the
mouth, and “at the body” by means of the offered body worn accessories. Body worn audio
and PTT operation is accomplished by means of optional remote accessories that are
connected to the radio.
7.0 Optional Accessories and Test Criteria
This device is offered with optional accessories. All accessories were individually
evaluated during the test plan creation to determine if testing was required per the
guidelines outlined in section 4.0 to assess compliance of this device. The following
sections identify the test criteria and details for each accessory category. Refer to Exhibit
7B for antenna separation distances.
7.1 Antennas
This product with fixed antenna and the table below lists its description.
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Table 3
Antenna No. Antenna Models Description
Selected for
test
Tested
1 Fixed Antenna
Helix antenna, 902-928 MHz, 1/2 wave,
2.5dBi gain
Yes Yes
7.2 Batteries
There are two batteries offered for this product. The Table below lists their
descriptions.
Table 4
Battery
No.
Battery Models Description
Selected
for test
Tested Comments
1
HKNN4013A
Battery Pack, 1800mAh Li-ion
Yes
Yes
Default battery
2
HKNN4013ASP01
Battery Pack, 1800mAh Li-ion
Yes
Yes
Non EEPROM version
7.3 Body worn Accessory
There are two body worn accessories offered for this product. The Table below lists
their descriptions.
Table 5
Body worn
No.
Body worn
Models
Description
Selected
for test
Tested Comments
1
HKLN4616B
(HKLN4615B)
DLR Series Belt Clip Holster Yes Yes
2 PMLN7774A Vanuatu Holster Magnetic Clip Kit Yes Yes
7.4 Audio Accessories
All audio accessories were considered. The Table below lists the offered audio
accessories and their descriptions. Exhibit 7B illustrates photos of the tested audio
accessories.
Table 6
Audio No.
Audio Acc.
Models
Description
Selected
for test
Tested
Comments
1
HKLN4606A
Remote Speaker Microphone
Yes
Yes
Default Audio
2
HKLN4599B
Earpiece with in-line PTT Microphone
Yes
Yes
3
HKLN4604B
Swivel Earpiece
Yes
Yes
4
HKLN4601A
Dual Pin Surveillance Earpiece with PTT
Yes
Yes
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8.0 Description of Test System
8.1 Descriptions of Robotics/Probes/Readout Electronics
Table 7
The DASY5 system is operated per the instructions in the DASY5 Users
Manual. The complete manual is available directly from SPEAG. All
measurement equipment used to assess SAR compliance was calibrated according to
ISO/IEC 17025 A2LA guidelines. Section 9.0 presents additional test equipment
information. Appendices B and C present the applicable calibration certificates. The
E-field probe first scans a coarse grid over a large area inside the phantom in order
to locate the interpolated maximum SAR distribution. After the coarse scan
measurement, the probe is automatically moved to a position at the interpolated
maximum. The subsequent scan can directly use this position as reference for the
cube evaluations.
Dosimetric System type System version DAE type Probe Type
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
SPEAG DASY 5
52.8.8.1222 DAE4 EX3DV4
(E-Field)
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8.2 Description of Phantom(s)
Table 8
Phantom Type
Phantom(s) Used
Material
Parameters
Phantom
Dimensions
LxWxD
(mm)
Material
Thickness
(mm)
Support
Structure
Material
Loss
Tangent
(wood)
Triple Flat NA
200MHz -6GHz;
Er = 3-5,
Loss Tangent =
0.05
280x175x175
2mm
+/- 0.2mm Wood < 0.05
SAM NA
300MHz -6GHz;
Er = < 5,
Loss Tangent =
0.05
Human Model
Oval Flat
300MHz -6GHz;
Er = 4+/- 1,
Loss Tangent =
0.05
600x400x190
8.3 Description of Simulated Tissue
The sugar based simulate tissue is produced by placing the correct measured
amount of De-ionized water into a large container. Each of the dried
ingredients are weighed and added to the water carefully to avoid clumping. If
the solution has a high sugar concentration the water is pre-heated to aid in
dissolving the ingredients. For Diacetin and similar type simulates, sugar and
HEC ingredients are not needed. The solution is mixed thoroughly, covered,
and allowed to sit overnight prior to use.
The simulated tissue mixture was mixed based on the Simulated Tissue
Composition indicated in Table 9. During the daily testing of this product, the
applicable mixture was used to measure the Di-electric parameters at each of
the tested frequencies to verify that the Di-electric parameters were within the
tolerance of the tissue specifications.
Simulated Tissue Composition (percent by mass)
Table 9
Ingredients
900MHz
Head
Body
Sugar
56.5
44.9
Diacetin
0
0
De ionized
Water
40.95 53.06
Salt
1.45
0.94
HEC
1.0
1.0
Bact.
0.1
0.1
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9.0 Additional Test Equipment
The Table below lists additional test equipment used during the SAR assessment.
Table 10
Equipment Type
Model
Number
Serial Number
Calibration
Date
Calibration Due Date
Speag Probe
EX3DV4
3612
5/17/2017
5/17/2018
Speag DAE
DAE4
1294
5/23/2017
5/23/2018
Power Meter E4418B MY45100911 7/14/2017 7/14/2019
Power Meter
E4418B
MY45107917
5/22/2017
5/22/2019
Power Meter
E4418B
MY45100532
11/01/2017
11/01/2018
Power Sensor
8481B
SG41090258
6/27/2017
6/27/2018
Power Sensor
E9301B
MY50280001
6/23/2017
6/23/2018
Power Sensor
8481B
MY41091170
5/21/2017
5/21/2018
*Signal Generator
E4438C
MY42081753
4/8/2017
4/8/2018
Signal Generator
E4438C
MY45091270
7/26/2016
7/26/2018
BI-direction Coupler
3020A
40295
9/4/2017
9/4/2018
Amplifier 10W1000C
312859
CNR
CNR
Thermometer
HH202A
18812
10/13/2017
10/13/2018
Temperature Probe
JHSS-18U-
RSC-6
AGIL700245 10/13/2017 10/13/2018
Temperature & Humidity Logger
TM320
06153216
8/11/2017
8/11/2018
Dielectric Assessment Kit
DAK-3.5
1156
1/9/2018
1/9/2019
Network Analyzer
E5071B
MY42403218
8/24/2017
8/24/2018
Speag Dipole D900V2 1d026 1/18/2017 1/18/2019
Note: “*” Equipment used for test dates prior to equipment calibration due date.
10.0 SAR Measurement System Validation and Verification
DASY output files of the probe/dipole calibration certificates and system verification test
results are included in appendices B, C & D respectively.
10.1 System Validation
The SAR measurement system was validated according to procedures in KDB
865664. The validation status summary Table is below.
Table 11
Dates Probe Calibration
Point
Probe
SN
Measured Tissue
Parameters
Validation
σ
ϵr
Sensitivity
Linearity
Isotropy
CW
6/11/2017
Body
900
3612
1.10
53.5
Pass
Pass
Pass
6/10/2017
Head
900
0.99
40.6
Pass
Pass
Pass
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10.2 System Verification
System verification checks were conducted each day during the SAR assessment.
The results are normalized to 1W. Appendix D includes DASY plots for each day
during the SAR assessment. The Table below summarizes the daily system check
results used for the SAR assessment.
Table 12
Probe
Serial # Tissue Type
Dipole Kit / Serial #
Ref
SAR @ 1W
(W/kg)
System Check
Results
Measured
(W/kg)
System Check Test
Results when
normalized to 1W
(W/kg)
Tested
Date
3612
FCC Body SPEAG D900V2 /
1d026
11.00 +/- 10%
2.75
11.00
3/22/2018
2.74
10.96
3/23/2018
2.69
10.76
3/26/2018
2.84
11.36
4/27/2018
IEEE/IEC Head
10.90 +/- 10%
2.62
10.48
3/25/2018
2.74
10.96
4/30/2018
10.3 Equivalent Tissue Test Results
Simulated tissue prepared for SAR measurements is measured daily and within 24
hours prior to actual SAR testing to verify that the tissue is within +/- 5% of target
parameters at the center of the transmit band. This measurement is done using the
applicable equipment indicated in section 9.0. The Table below summarizes the
measured tissue parameters used for the SAR assessment.
Table 13
Frequency
(MHz)
Tissue Type
Conductivity
Target (S/m)
Dielectric Constant
Target
Conductivity
Meas. (S/m)
Dielectric
Constant
Meas.
Tested Date
900
FCC Body 1.05
(1.00-1.10)
55.0
(52.3-57.8)
1.07
52.5
3/22/2018
1.07 52.6 3/23/2018
1.08 52.8 3/26/2018
1.07 52.5 4/27/2018
IEEE/
IEC Head
0.97
(0.92-1.02)
41.5
(39.4-43.6)
1.01
41.2
3/25/2018
1.00
40.2
4/30/2018
903
FCC Body
1.05
(1.00-1.10)
55.0
(52.3-57.8)
1.07 52.5 4/27/2018
IEEE/
IEC Head
0.97
(0.92-1.02)
41.5
(39.4-43.6)
1.01 41.1 3/25/2018
916 FCC Body 1.06
(1.01-1.11)
55.0
(52.2-57.7)
1.09
52.4
3/22/2018
1.09 52.4 3/23/2018
1.10 52.6 3/26/2018
IEEE/
IEC Head
0.98
(0.93-1.03)
41.5
(39.4-43.6)
1.02 41.0 3/25/2018
1.01
40.0
4/30/2018
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Table 13 (Continued)
Frequency
(MHz)
Tissue Type
Conductivity
Target (S/m)
Dielectric Constant
Target
Conductivity
Meas. (S/m)
Dielectric
Constant
Meas.
Tested Date
927
FCC Body
1.07
(1.01-1.12)
55.0
(52.2-57.7)
1.09 52.3 4/27/2018
IEEE/
IEC Head
0.98
(0.94-1.03)
41.5
(39.4-43.6)
1.03 40.9 3/25/2018
11.0 Environmental Test Conditions
The EME Laboratory’s ambient environment is well controlled resulting in very stable
simulated tissue temperature and therefore stable dielectric properties. Simulated tissue
temperature is measured prior to each scan to insure it is within +/ - 2oC of the temperature
at which the dielectric properties were determined. The liquid depth within the phantom
used for measurements was at least 15cm. Additional precautions are routinely taken to
ensure the stability of the simulated tissue such as covering the phantoms when scans are
not actively in process in order to minimize evaporation. The lab environment is
continuously monitored. The Table below presents the range and average environmental
conditions during the SAR tests reported herein:
Table 14
Target
Measured
Ambient Temperature
18 25 ˚C
Range: 19.1 – 24.8˚C
Avg. 21.4 ˚C
Tissue Temperature
18 25 ˚C
Range: 20.4-22.5˚C
Avg. 21.3˚C
Relative humidity target range is a recommended target
The EME Lab RF environment uses a Spectrum Analyzer to monitor for extraneous large
signal RF contaminants that could possibly affect the test results. If such unwanted signals
are discovered the SAR scans are repeated.
12.0 DUT Test Setup and Methodology
12.1 Measurements
SAR measurements were performed using the DASY system described in section
8.0 using zoom scans. Oval flat phantoms filled with applicable simulated tissue
were used for body and face testing.
The Table below includes the step sizes and resolution of area and zoom scans per
KDB 865664 requirements.
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Table 15
Description
≤ 3 GHz
> 3 GHz
Maximum distance from closest measurement point
(geometric center of probe sensors) to phantom surface
5 ± 1 mm ½·δ·ln(2) ± 0.5 mm
Maximum probe angle from probe axis to phantom surface
normal at the measurement location
30° ± 1° 20° ± 1°
Maximum area scan spatial resolution: ΔxArea, ΔyArea
≤ 2 GHz: ≤ 15 mm
2 3 GHz: ≤ 12 mm
3 4 GHz: ≤ 12 mm
4 6 GHz: ≤ 10 mm
When the x or y dimension of the test device, in
the measurement plane orientation, is smaller
than the above, the measurement resolution must
be ≤ the corresponding x or y dimension of the
test device with at least one measurement point
on the test device.
Maximum zoom scan spatial resolution: ΔxZoom, ΔyZoom
≤ 2 GHz: ≤ 8 mm
2 3 GHz: ≤ 5 mm*
3 – 4 GHz: ≤ 5 mm*
4 6 GHz: ≤ 4 mm*
Maximum zoom scan spatial
resolution, normal to
phantom surface
uniform grid: ΔzZoom(n)
≤ 5 mm
3 4 GHz: ≤ 4 mm
4 5 GHz: ≤ 3 mm
5 6 GHz: ≤ 2 mm
Note: δ is the penetration depth of a plane-wave at normal incidence to the tissue medium; see draft standard
IEEE P1528-2011 for details.
* When zoom scan is required and the reported SAR from the area scan based 1-g SAR estimation procedures
of KDB 447498 is ≤ 1.4 W/kg, ≤ 8 mm, ≤ 7 mm and ≤ 5 mm zoom scan resolution may be applied,
respectively, for 2 GHz to 3 GHz, 3 GHz to 4 GHz and 4 GHz to 6 GHz.
12.2 DUT Configuration(s)
The DUT is a portable device operational at the body and face as described in
section 6.0 while using the applicable accessories listed in section 7.0.
12.3 DUT Positioning Procedures
The positioning of the device for each body location is described below and
illustrated in Appendix G.
12.3.1 Body
The DUT was positioned in normal use configuration against the phantom
with the offered body worn accessory as well as with the offered audio
accessories as applicable.
12.3.2 Head
Not applicable.
12.3.3 Face
The DUT was positioned with its’ front sides separated 2.5cm from the
phantom.
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12.4 DUT Test Channels
The number of test channels was determined by using the following IEEE 1528
equation. The use of this equation produces the same or more test channels
compared to the FCC KDB 447498 number of test channels formula.
1]/)(*10[*2 += clowhighc fffroundupN
Where
Nc = Number of channels
Fhigh = Upper channel
Flow = Lower channel
Fc = Center channel
12.5 SAR Result Scaling Methodology
The calculated 1-gram and 10-gram averaged SAR results indicated as “Max Calc.
1g-SAR” in the data Tables is determined by scaling the measured SAR to account
for power leveling variations and drift. Appendix F includes a shortened scan to
justify SAR scaling for drift. For this device the “Max Calc. 1g-SAR” are scale
using the following formula:
DC
P
P
measSARCalcMax
Drift
=
int_
max_
10__
10
P_max = Maximum Power (W)
P_int = Initial Power (W)
Drift = DASY drift results (dB)
SAR_meas = Measured 1-g or 10-g Avg. SAR (W/kg)
DC = Transmission mode duty cycle in % where applicable
50% duty cycle is applied for PTT operation
Note: for conservative results, the following are applied:
If P_int > P_max, then P_max/P_int = 1.
Drift = 1 for positive drift
Additional SAR scaling was applied using the methodologies outlined in FCC KDB
865664 using tissue sensitivity values. SAR was scaled for conditions where the
tissue permittivity was measured above the nominal target and for tissue
conductivity that was measured below the nominal target. Negative or reduced SAR
scaling is not permitted.
12.6 DUT Test Plan
The guidelines and requirements outlined in section 4.0 were used to assess
compliance of this device. All modes of operation identified in section 6.0 were
considered during the development of the test plan. All tests were performed in CW
and 50% duty cycle was applied to PTT configurations in the final results.
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13.0 DUT Test Data
13.1 Assessments at the Body for 902-928MHz band
Battery HKNN4013A was used during conducted power measurements for all test
channels within FCC allocated frequency range (902-928MHz) which are listed in
Table 16. SAR plots of the highest results per Table (bolded) are presented in
Appendix E.
Table 16
Test Freq (MHz)
Power (W)
902.5250
0.927
915.5250
0.927
927.4750
0.877
Assessments at the Body
Assessment of antenna with batteries, body worn accessories and audio accessories
were performed.
Table 17
Antenna
Battery
Carry
Accessory
Cable
Accessory
Test Freq
(MHz)
Init P
wr
(W)
SAR
Drift
(dB)
Meas.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Max Calc.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Run#
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013A HKLN4616B
HKLN4606A 915.5250 0.927 -0.89 1.45 0.96 FD-AB-180322-05
Assessment of Additional Battery
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013ASP01
HKLN4616B
HKLN4606A 915.5250 0.927 -0.73 1.47 0.94 FD-AB-180323-06
Assessment of Additional Body worn
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013A PMLN7774A
HKLN4606A 915.5250 0.927 -0.91 1.83 1.22 FD-AB-180326-06
Assessment of Additional Audio Accessories
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013A PMLN7774A
HKLN4599B 915.5250 0.927 -1.04 1.70 1.17 FD-AB-180326-07
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013A PMLN7774A
HKLN4604B 915.5250 0.927 -1.03 1.87 1.28 FD-AB-180326-04
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013A PMLN7774A
HKLN4601A 915.5250 0.927 -1.00 1.69 1.15 FD-AB-180326-09
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13.2 Assessments at the Face for 902-928MHz band
Assessment of the offered antenna with batteries with front of the DUT positioned
2.5 cm facing phantom.
Table 18
Antenna
Battery
Carry
Accessory
Cable
Accessory
Test Freq
(MHz)
Init Pwr
(W)
SAR
Drift
(dB)
Meas.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Max Calc.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Run#
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013A None None 915.5250 0.927 -0.44 2.26 1.35 FD-FACE-180325-06
Assessment of Additional Battery
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013ASP01
None None 915.5250 0.927 -0.56 2.26 1.39 FD-FACE-180325-07
13.3 Assessment for ISED, Canada
As per ISED Notice 2016-DRS001, additional tests were required for the low, mid
and high frequency channels for the configuration with highest SAR value. SAR
plots of the highest results per Table (bolded) are presented in Appendix E.
Table 19
Antenna
Battery
Carry
Accessory
Cable
Accessory
Test Freq
(MHz)
Init Pwr
(W)
SAR
Drift
(dB)
Meas.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Max Calc.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Run#
Body
Fixed
Antenna HKNN4013A PMLN7774A
HKLN4604B
902.5250 0.927 -0.76 1.54 0.99 FD-AB-180427-06
915.5250 0.927 -1.03 1.87 1.28 FD-AB-180326-04
927.4750 0.877 -0.89 1.91 1.34 FD-AB-180427-07
Face
Fixed
Antenna HKNN4013ASP01
None None
902.5250 0.927 -0.73 1.90 1.21 FD-FACE-180325-08
915.5250 0.927 -0.56 2.26 1.39 FD-FACE-180325-07
927.4750
0.877
-0.31
2.00
1.22
FD-FACE-180325-09
13.4 Shortened Scan Assessment
A “shortened” scan using the highest SAR configuration overall from above was
performed to validate the SAR drift of the full DASY5™ coarse and zoom scans.
Note that the shortened scan represents the zoom scan performance result; this is
obtained by first running a coarse scan to find the peak area and then, using a newly
charged battery, a zoom scan only was performed. The results of the shortened cube
scan presented in Appendix D demonstrate that the scaling methodology used to
determine the calculated SAR results presented herein are valid. The SAR result
from the Table below is provided in Appendix F.
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Table 20
Antenna
Battery
Carry
Accessory
Cable
Accessory
Test Freq
(MHz)
Init Pwr
(W)
SAR
Drift
(dB)
Meas.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Max Calc.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Run#
Fixed
Antenna
HKNN4013ASP01 None None 915.5250 0.927 -0.41 1.73 1.44 FD-FACE-180430-02
14.0 Results Summary
Based on the test guidelines from section 4.0 and satisfying frequencies within FCC bands
and ISED Canada Frequency bands, the highest Operational Maximum Calculated 1-gram
and 10-gram average SAR values found for this filing:
Table 21
Designator Frequency band
(MHz)
Max Calc at
Body (W/kg)
Max Calc at
Face (W/kg)
1g-SAR 1g-SAR
FCC, US 902-928 1.34 1.44
ISED, Canada 902-928 1.34 1.44
All results are scaled to the maximum output power.
The test results clearly demonstrate compliance with FCC General Population/Uncontrolled
RF Exposure limits of 1.6 W/kg averaged over 1 gram per the requirements of FCC 47 CFR
§ 2.1093 and ISED RSS-102 (Issue 5).
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15.0 Variability Assessment
Per the guidelines in KDB 865664 SAR variability assessment is required because SAR
results are above 0.8W/kg (General Population).
The Table below includes test results of the original measurement(s), the repeated
measurement(s), and the ratio (SARhigh/SARlow) for the applicable test configuration(s).
Table 22
Run#
Antenna
Battery
Carry
Accessory
Cable
Accessory
Test Freq.
(MHz)
Adj
Calc.
1g-SAR
(W/kg)
Ratio
Comments
FD-FACE-180325-07
Fixed Antenna HKNN4013ASP01 None None 915.5250
1.29
1.04
No additional repeated
scans is required due to
the Ratio
(SARhigh/SARlow) < 1.20
FD-FACE-180430-02 1.34
16.0 System Uncertainty
A system uncertainty analysis is not required for this report per KDB 865664 because the
highest report SAR value general population exposure is less than 1.5W/kg.
Per the guidelines of ISO/IEC 17025 a reported system uncertainty is required and therefore
measurement uncertainty budget is included in Appendix A.
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Appendix A
Measurement Uncertainty Budget
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Table A.1: Uncertainty Budget for Device Under Test, for 900 MHz
a b c d e =
f(d,k) f g
h =
i =
k
c x f / e
c x g / e
Uncertainty Component
IEEE
1528
section
Tol.
%)
Prob
Dist Div.
ci
(1 g) ci
(10 g) 1 g
ui
(±%)
10 g
ui
(±%)
vi
Measurement System
Probe Calibration
E.2.1
6.7
N
1.00
1
1
6.0
6.0
Axial Isotropy
E.2.2
4.7
R
1.73
0.707
0.707
1.9
1.9
Hemispherical Isotropy
E.2.2
9.6
R
1.73
0.707
0.707
3.9
3.9
Boundary Effect
E.2.3
1.0
R
1.73
1
1
0.6
0.6
Linearity
E.2.4
4.7
R
1.73
1
1
2.7
2.7
System Detection Limits
E.2.5
1.0
R
1.73
1
1
0.6
0.6
Readout Electronics
E.2.6
0.3
N
1.00
1
1
0.3
0.3
Response Time
E.2.7
1.1
R
1.73
1
1
0.6
0.6
Integration Time
E.2.8
1.1
R
1.73
1
1
0.6
0.6
RF Ambient Conditions - Noise
E.6.1
3.0
R
1.73
1
1
1.7
1.7
RF Ambient Conditions -
Reflections
E.6.1
0.0
R
1.73
1
1
0.0
0.0
Probe Positioner Mech. Tolerance
E.6.2
0.4
R
1.73
1
1
0.2
0.2
Probe Positioning w.r.t Phantom
E.6.3
1.4
R
1.73
1
1
0.8
0.8
Max. SAR Evaluation (ext., int.,
avg.)
E.5
3.4
R
1.73
1
1
2.0
2.0
Test sample Related
Test Sample Positioning
E.4.2
3.2
N
1.00
1
1
3.2
3.2
29
Device Holder Uncertainty
E.4.1
4.0
N
1.00
1
1
4.0
4.0
8
SAR drift
6.6.2
5.0
R
1.73
1
1
2.9
2.9
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom Uncertainty
E.3.1
4.0
R
1.73
1
1
2.3
2.3
Liquid Conductivity (target)
E.3.2
5.0
R
1.73
0.64
0.43
1.8
1.2
Liquid Conductivity
(measurement)
E.3.3
3.3
N
1.00
0.64
0.43
2.1
1.4
Liquid Permittivity (target)
E.3.2
5.0
R
1.73
0.6
0.49
1.7
1.4
Liquid Permittivity (measurement)
E.3.3
1.9
N
1.00
0.6
0.49
1.1
0.9
Combined Standard Uncertainty
RSS
11
11
419
Expanded Uncertainty
k=2
22
22
(95% CONFIDENCE LEVEL)
Notes for uncertainty budget Tables:
a) Column headings a-k are given for reference.
b) Tol. - tolerance in influence quantity.
c) Prob. Dist. Probability distribution
d) N, R - normal, rectangular probability distributions
e) Div. - divisor used to translate tolerance into normally distributed standard uncertainty
f) ci - sensitivity coefficient that should be applied to convert the variability of the uncertainty component
into a variability of SAR.
g) ui SAR uncertainty
h) vi - degrees of freedom for standard uncertainty and effective degrees of freedom for the expanded
uncertainty
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Table A.2: Uncertainty Budget for System Validation (dipole & flat phantom) for 900 MHz
a
b
c
d
e =
f(d,k)
f
g
h =
i =
k
c x f
/ e
c x
g / e
Uncertainty Component
IEEE
1528
section
Tol.
(± %)
Prob
Dist Div. ci
(1 g) ci
(10 g)
1 g
Ui
(±%)
10 g
Ui
(±%)
vi
Measurement System
Probe Calibration
E.2.1
6.0
N
1.00
1
1
6.0
6.0
Axial Isotropy
E.2.2
4.7
R
1.73
1
1
2.7
2.7
Spherical Isotropy
E.2.2
9.6
R
1.73
0
0
0.0
0.0
Boundary Effect
E.2.3
1.0
R
1.73
1
1
0.6
0.6
Linearity
E.2.4
4.7
R
1.73
1
1
2.7
2.7
System Detection Limits
E.2.5
1.0
R
1.73
1
1
0.6
0.6
Readout Electronics
E.2.6
0.3
N
1.00
1
1
0.3
0.3
Response Time
E.2.7
1.1
R
1.73
1
1
0.6
0.6
Integration Time
E.2.8
0.0
R
1.73
1
1
0.0
0.0
RF Ambient Conditions - Noise
E.6.1
3.0
R
1.73
1
1
1.7
1.7
RF Ambient Conditions - Reflections
E.6.1
0.0
R
1.73
1
1
0.0
0.0
Probe Positioner Mechanical Tolerance
E.6.2
0.4
R
1.73
1
1
0.2
0.2
Probe Positioning w.r.t. Phantom
E.6.3
1.4
R
1.73
1
1
0.8
0.8
Max. SAR Evaluation (ext., int., avg.)
E.5
3.4
R
1.73
1
1
2.0
2.0
Dipole
Dipole Axis to Liquid Distance
8, E.4.2
2.0
R
1.73
1
1
1.2
1.2
Input Power and SAR Drift Measurement
8, 6.6.2
5.0
R
1.73
1
1
2.9
2.9
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom Uncertainty
E.3.1
4.0
R
1.73
1
1
2.3
2.3
Liquid Conductivity (target)
E.3.2
5.0
R
1.73
0.64
0.43
1.8
1.2
Liquid Conductivity (measurement)
E.3.3
3.3
R
1.73
0.64
0.43
1.2
0.8
Liquid Permittivity (target)
E.3.2
5.0
R
1.73
0.6
0.49
1.7
1.4
Liquid Permittivity (measurement)
E.3.3
1.9
R
1.73
0.6
0.49
0.6
0.5
Combined Standard Uncertainty
RSS
9
9
99999
Expanded Uncertainty
k=2
18
17
(95% CONFIDENCE LEVEL)
Notes for uncertainty budget Tables:
a) Column headings a-k are given for reference.
b) Tol. - tolerance in influence quantity.
c) Prob. Dist. Probability distribution
d) N, R - normal, rectangular probability distributions
e) Div. - divisor used to translate tolerance into normally distributed standard uncertainty
f) ci - sensitivity coefficient that should be applied to convert the variability of the uncertainty component
into a variability of SAR.
g) ui SAR uncertainty
h) vi - degrees of freedom for standard uncertainty and effective degrees of freedom for the expanded
uncertainty
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Appendix B
Probe Calibration Certificates
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Appendix C
Dipole Calibration Certificates
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Dipole Data
As stated in KDB 865664, only dipoles used for longer calibration intervals required to provide
supporting information and measurement to qualify for extended calibration interval.
The table below includes dipole impedance and return loss measurement data measured by
Motorola Solutions’ EME lab. The results meet the requirements stated in KDB 865664.
Dipole 900-
1d026
Head
Body
Impedance
Return Loss
Impedance
Return Loss
Date Measured
real
imag
jΩ
dB
real
imag
jΩ
dB
3/09/2017
51.01
-3.07
-38.70
48.23
3.50
-27.73
02/27/2018
50.00
0.61
-44.37
48.22
2.37
-29.83
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