V200CP Point of Sale Terminal RF Exposure Info SAR Report Appendix C-2 VeriFone Inc

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EX3DV4— SN23971 March 24. 2017
Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cellzifi110 EXX, Wavegulde: R22)
Frequency response (normalized)
Uncertainty of Frequency Response of E-field: 3: 6.3% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3-397LMar17 Page 7 o! 11
EX3DV4— SN:3971
Receiving Pattern (¢), 9 = 0°
f=600 MHZ,TEM
117,’ r,
up .
x ‘ - f
a . n - '
a; _ ." m
2m
0 n 2
Tot x v
N.
March 24, 2017
f=1800 MHZ. R22
. , ‘ ,
m: fl
‘.
i . x . '
. ‘ . ‘
225. ' . ‘ . ' 3'45
‘ m, A
a n T o
Tm x v z
Rul [‘1
Gal
1M":
Uncertainty of Axial Isotropy Assessmont: z 0.5% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3-3971, Mar17
Page 3 of 11
EX3DV4— SN23971
Dynamic Range f(SARhaad)
(TEM cell , fwa|= 1900 MHz)
105
E 10‘—
E‘
(I)
5 10A.
102
103 104 10" 10°
SAR[mW/cm3]
not compensated compensated
. » - , ‘
104 10-1 104 10° 10| 102 103
SAR [mWIcmB]
II I!
not compensated compensated
Uncertainty of Linearity Assessment: 1 0.6% (k=2)
March 24‘ 2017
Cerlificate No: EX3-3971_Mar17 Page 9 of 11
EX3DV4~ SN:3971 March 24, 2017
Conversion Factor Assessment
f= 835 MHz,WGLS R9 (H_convF) i= 1900 MHz,WGLS R22 1H_convF)
. 7
15 m ‘
t. .
so a, 25 ~.
”us '
g g», E, m
s m i
55, é
u . . m J u h m m k in
l i m; z w
L Li JJ
m 1mm, M
Deviation from Isotropy in Liquid
Error (at, 3), f = 900 MHz
-1.0 -0A8 416 -044 -0.2 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0 e 1.0
Uncertalnty of Spherical Isotropy Assessment: 3 2.6% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3-3971_Mar17 Page 10 of 11
EX3DV4— SN:3971 March 24, 2017
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: EXSDV4 - SN:3971
other Probe Parameters
Sensor Arrangement Triangular
Connector Angle (") 73.4
Mechanical Surface Detection Mode enabled
Optical Surface Detection Mode disabled
Probe Overall Length 337 mm
Probe Body Diameter 10 mm
Tip Length 9 mm
Tip Diameter 2.5 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor X Calibration Point 1 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Y Calibration Point 1 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor 2 Calibration Point 1 mm
Recommended Measurement Distance from Surtace 1.4 mm
Certificate No: EX3-3971AMar17 Page 11 of 11
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeughausstrasse 43. 5004 Zurich, Swilzerland
Accredited by the Swiss Aocredilation Service [SAS]
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of [he signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agraemenl for the rear-ignition of calibration certificates
crient Auden
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
Object
Caiibraliuri procedure(s)
Calibration date
EX3DV4 - SN17346
t S
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”wininiii“
Schweizerischer Kalibrierdienst
Service suisse d‘étalonnage
Servizio svizzero di raraiura
Swiss Calibration Service
Accreditation No.: SCS D108
cmmcm No: EX3-7346_0ct17
QA CAL—01.v9, QA CAL-14.v4, QA CAL-23.v5, QA CAL-25.v6
Calibration procedure for dosimelric E-fieid probes
October 24, 2017
Cairbration Equipment used (Mars critical iorcaiibrationi
Thls Calibratlorl oerlificale documents thstraceabiiityiu nationai standards which reailze the physical units olmeasurements (Si).
The measurements and the uncertalrllies With commence urobabilily are given an ihefuiiowing pages and are part or the certificate
Ali Caiibrations have been conducted in the cinsed laboratory lacillty environment temperature (22 t 3)"C and hurriidity < 70%
Primary Standards ID Cai Date (Certificate No) Scheduied Calibration
Powsr meter NRP SN 104773 04-Apr-17 (No 2170252110st2) ApMa
iner sensor NRPrzm SN 103244 04»Apr717(N0. 21102521) Apr-18
Power sensor NRP-Zg‘i SN 103245 DAsAprsW (No. 217-02525) Aprs‘iB
Reference 20 dB Attenuator SN. $5277 [20x) 07-Apr-17 (No. 217432528) Aprslfi
Reference F'mhe ESSDV2 SN. 3013 31-Dec-16 (No ESSflDiCLDeclS) Dec-17
DAE4 SN 660 7—Dec-16 (N0 DAEAVSEO, Decle) Dec-17
Secondary Standards ID Check Date (in house) Scheduled Chesk
Power meter E44lQB SN (3541293874 OssApr-ls (in house check Jun715) In house Check. Jun-15
Power sensor E4412A SN Mir/41498057 06—Apr-16(ln house check Jun~16) In house check“ Juns‘iB
Power sensor EAMZA
SN 000110210
06-Aprr16 (in house cheuk Jun-16)
In house check Junr18
RF generator HP 8648C
SN: USSB42U01700
047Aug799 (in house check Juris16)
in house check, JunslB
Network Analyzer HP S753E
SN: US37390535
15-Oclle (iri house check Oct-17)
in house check Oct—18
Caiibraled by
Approved by
Name
Michael Weber
Kaqa Pokovic
Function
Laboratory Technician
Techmcal Manager
This calibration CEi’lIllCale shaii not be reproduced except in fuli Without written approval or the iaboratory
SI nature
1&1-
/f/§C
Issued October 26 2017
Certificate No: EX3—7346700117
Page 1 ol as
Calibration Laboratory of “U"
u , Schweizerischer Kalibrierdiensl
Schmid & Partner 5&5 v 3. ‘S: Service suisse d'étalonnage
Engineering AG S Servizio sviuem di taratura
Zeughausstrasse 43, 3004 Zurich, Switzerland A s swiss calibration Service
Accredited by the SWiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: 305 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one or the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition at calibration certificates
Glossary:
TSL tissue simulating liquid
NORMx,y,z sensitivity in free space
ConvF sensitivity in TSL/ NORMx,y,z
DCP diode compression point
CF crest factor (1/duty7cycle) of the RF signal
A, B, C, D modulation dependent linearization parameters
Polarization (p to rotation around probe axis
Polarization S 9 rotation around an axis that is in the plane normal to probe axis (at measurement center),
i.e.. S = 0 is normal to probe axis
Connector Angle information used in DASY system to align probe sensor X to the robot coordinate system
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
3)
b)
C)
d)
IEEE Std 1528—2013, "lEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial«Averaged Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques" June 2013
IEC 62209—1, ', “Measurement procedure for the assessment of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) from hand-
held and body-mounted devices used next to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHz to 6 GHZ)”. July 2016
IEC 62209-2, "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)“. March 2010
KDB 865664, “SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHZ to 6 GHz"
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
NORMx,y,z: Assessed for E-field polarization 9 = 0 (l s 900 MHz in TEM-cell; f> 1800 MHz: R22 waveguide).
NORMx,y,z are only intermediate values, i e., the uncertainties of NORMx,y,z does not affect the Ez-tield
uncertainty inside TSL (see below ConvF).
NORmeyz = NORMx,y,z ’ frequencygrespcnse (see Frequency Response Chart). This linearization is
implemented in DASY4 software versions later than 4.2. The uncertainty of the frequency response is included
in the stated uncertainty of ConvF.
DCPx,y,z‘ DCP are numerical Iinearization parameters assessed based on the data of power sweep with CW
signal (no uncertainty required). DCP does not depend on frequency nor media.
PAR: PAR is the Peak to Average Ratio that is not calibrated but determined based on the signal
characteristics
Ax,y,z,' Bx,y.z; Cx,y,z,' Dx,y,z,' VRx,y,z: A, B. C, D are numerical linearization parameters assessed based on
the data of power sweep for specific modulation signal. The parameters do not depend on frequency nor
media VR is the maximum calibration range expressed in RMS voltage across the diode.
ConvF and Boundary Effect Parameters: Assessed in flat phantom using E 800 MHz. The same setups are used for assessment of the parameters applied for
boundary compensation (alpha, depth) of which typical uncertainty values are given These parameters are
used in DASY4 software to improve probe accuracy close to the boundary. The sensitivity in TSL corresponds
to NORMx,y,z ’ ConvF whereby the uncertainty corresponds to that given for ConvF A frequency dependent
ConvF is used in DASY version 4.4 and higher which allows extending the validity from t 50 MHz to z 100
MHz.
Spherical isotropy (3D dewation from isotropy): in a field of low gradients realized using a flat phantom
exposed by a patch antenna,
Sensor Offset: The sensor offset corresponds to the offset of virtual measurement center from the probe tip
(on probe axis). No tolerance required.
Connector Angle: The angle is assessed using the information gained by determining the NORMX (no
uncertainty required).
Certificate No: EX3»734G,Oct17 Page 2 of 38
EX3DV4 — SN:7346 October 24, 2017
Probe EX3 DV4
SN:7346
Manufactured: October 13, 2014
Repaired: September 29, 2017
Calibrated: October 24, 2017
Calibrated for DASY/EASY Systems
(Note: non-compatible thh DASY2 system!)
Certificate No‘ EX3-734670ct17 Page 3 of 38
EX3DV4— SN’7346
October 24. 2017
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:7346
Basic Calibration Parameters
Sensor X Sensor V Sensor Z Unc1k=2)
Norm (“V/(Vim) ) 0.51 0,48 0.48 x 10.1 %
DCP (mV)" 97.6 104 s 97.2
Modulation Calibration Parameters
UID Communication System Name A 5 c D VR Um;t
as dew/w 68 mV (k=2)
‘0 CW x 00 0.0 1.0 000 1519 13.3%
Y 0.0 0,0 1.0 153 7
Z 00 D 0 1.0 142 3
Note: For details on UlD parameters see Appendix.
Sensor Model Parameters
C1 C2 (1 T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6
{F fF V“ rns.V" ms.V" ms V’Z V"
X 52 55 394.8 36.05 14.53 0 5.1 0.189 0.490 1.007
Y 39 81 294.6 35 03 7.862 0 5.1 0.333 0.323 1,009
2 50 90 382.7 36.16 13.91 0 5.1 1.163 0327 1.011
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as th
multiplied by the coverage factor k=2, which for a norma
probability of approximately 95%.
e standard uncertainty of measurement
distribution corresponds to a coverage
“ The uncertalnlles or N
crm x.v,z do not arrest the Elfleld uncertalrlly mslde TSL (see Pages 5 and Si
Numerlcal IlnearlZallorl parameter uncertalrlly nor requlred
E Uncenemty IS determined using the max deviatlon rrom Ilnear response applylng rectangular dlstrlbullun and rs expressed rar the square ofthe
fleld value.
Certificate No: EX3-7345_Dct17
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EXBDV4~ SN.734S October 24. 2017
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:7346
Calibration Parameter Determined in Head Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity Depth '-‘ Unc
1 (MHz) C PermittivityF (Slm) ' ConvF x ConvF v ConvF 2 Alpha 5 (mm) (k=2)
750 41.9 0.89 10 26 10.26 10.26 0.51 0.80 a 12 0 %
B35 415 0.90 9 93 9.93 9.93 0.47 0.83 112.0 %
900 41.5 0.97 9 51 9.51 8 51 0.44 0.84 z12.0 %
1450 40.5 1 20 8 85 8.85 8.85 0.40 0.86 a 12.0 %
1750 40.1 1.37 8.52 8.52 8.52 0.34 0.80 a 12.0 %
1900 40.0 1.40 0.21 8.21 8.21 0.33 0.80 112.0 %
2000 40.0 1.40 8.22 8.22 8.22 0.32 0.86 $12.0 %
2300 39.5 1.67 7.80 7.80 7.80 0.37 0 80 t12.0 %
2450 39.2 1.80 7.52 7.52 7 52 0.33 0.88 112.0 %
2600 39.0 1.96 7.35 7.35 7.35 0.38 0.83 112.0 %
3500 51.3 3.31 7.18 7.18 7.18 0.30 1.25 213.1 %
5250 48.9 5.36 4.40 4.40 4.40 0.35 1.80 i 13.1 %
5600 48.5 5.77 4.95 4.95 4 95 0.40 1.80 113.1 %
5750 48 3 5.94 5.30 5 30 5.30 0.40 1.80 $13.1 %
C Frequency valtdity above 300 MHz of a 100 MHz oniy applies for DASY v4 4 and hlgher tsee Page 2). else it is restricted in a 50 MHz. The
uncertainty IS the RSS pl the CunvF uncerIallliy at callblalion frequency and the uncertainty for me lndlcated fiequency band. Frequency validity
below 300 MHz is 1 10. 25. 40. 50 and 70 water ConvF assessments 3130.64, 123. 150 and 220 MHz respectively. Above 5 GHz trequeney
vaildliy can be extended 10 t 110 MHZ.
‘ At Irequerlcles below 3 GHz. the validity of tissue parameters (e and u') can be relaxed to a my. 1, liquid compensation lormula ts applled to
measured SAR values At «requeneies above 3 GHz. tne vaiidlty oi tissue parameters (a and 0') IS reslneled to a 50. We uncenalnly is the RSS 01
the ConvF uncertainty tor indicaied target tissue parameters
5 Alpha/Depth are determined during calibration SPEAG warrants that the remalrilng deviation due lo the boundary effect alter compsnsailon IS
always less tnan a 1% lerlrequeneies below 3 GHz and below 1 m lor frequencies between 3-5 GHz at any dlstance larger than ball the probe ilp
diameter item the boundary
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EX3DV4~ SN27346 October 24. 2017
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:7346
Calibration Parameter Determined in Body Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity Depth G Unc
7 (MHz) ° PerrnittivityF (Sim) ‘ ConvF x ConvF Y ConvF 2 Alpha 5 (mm) (k=2l
750 55.5 0.96 1010 10.10 10.10 0.47 0.80 $12.0 %
835 55.2 0.97 9,95 9.95 9.95 0 51 0.90 x 12.0 %
900 55.0 105 9.71 9.71 9 71 0.53 0.80 212.0 %
1450 54.0 1.30 8.85 8.86 8.86 0.36 0.00 112.0 %
1750 53.4 1.49 8.38 8.38 8.38 0.43 0.80 212.0 %
1900 53.3 1.52 8.01 8.01 8.01 0.35 0.92 112.0 %
2000 53.3 1 52 8.23 8.23 8.23 0.36 0.89 i 12.0 %
2300 52.9 1.81 7.86 7.86 7.86 0 43 0.83 112.0 %
2450 52.7 1.95 7.68 7.68 7.68 0.40 0.89 t 12.0 %
2600 52.5 2.16 7 44 7.44 7 44 0.31 0.95 $12.0 %
3500 51.3 3 31 7.01 7.01 7.01 0.30 1.20 113.1 %
5250 43.9 5.30 5.13 5.19 5.15 0.40 1 90 113.1 %
5600 48.5 5 77 4.33 4.33 4.33 0.45 1.90 t 13.1 %
5750 48.3 5.94 4.69 4.69 4.69 0.45 1.90 i 13.1 %
C Frequency vellutty above 300 MHz at 1 100 MHz only applies ior DASY v4 4 and hlgher (see Page 2). else rt is restricted to 1 50 MHz The
uncertainty is the RSS eithe ConvF uncenalniy alcalihratren lrequency and the uncertamty tar the lnetleateu lrequerrcy band Frequency va1idtiy
below 300 MHz is x to, 25, 40, 50 and 70 MHZ tor Com/F assessments at 30, 54. 125. 150 and 220 MHz respecllvely Above 5 GHz trequeney
vallttrty can be exiended to z 110 MHz
‘ At trequencies helow 3 GHz, the validliy ct tissue parameters (5 and u) can be relaxed to 1 10% 11 hauld compensation formwa rs applree ta
measured SAR values At frequeneres above 3 GHZ. the vallelty ultissue parameters (e and a] is restrrcled (a 2 50/0 The uncenalrlty 151719 RSS 01
the Cum/F uncertainty for indicated target hssue parameters
G Alpha/Depth are deterrrllned during canbratlon SPEAG warrants that the remamlng flevlallun due la the boundary effect after campensatiorl 1S
always less than 11%farfrequenDlE5 be10w 3 GHz and below 1 2%1crfrequerlCles hetween 3-5 GHz at any dlslance larger than half the prube hp
dremeter irom the boundary
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EX3DV4~ SN:7346 October 24, 2017
Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cellzifi110 EXX, Waveguide: R22)
Frequency response (normalized)
I i i i
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000
f [MHz]
Q @
Uncertainty of Frequency Response of E-field: t 6.3% (k=2)
Ceniflcaie No: EX3~7346706t17 Page 7 of 38
EX3DV47 SN’7346
October 24. 2017
Receiving Pattern (¢), 9 = 0°
f=600 MHZ,TEM
2”
mo
3:5 . ' , . . w.
Nd
h1800 MHZ,R22
1:3. ‘ - A u.
» . <
3 _ m,
fit)
0 a a g
m x v z
Error [as]
.D
60 M42
18 MHz 250 MHZ
Uncertainty of Axial Isotropy Assessment: 2 0.5% (k=2)
Cenificate ND: EX3—734870Ct1 7
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EX3DV4— SN17345
Input Signal [uV]
Dynamic Range f(SARhead)
(TEM cell ,f,va|= 1900 MHz)
10=—
70‘—
10L
1077, —
‘ 1 ‘ w i ‘ : ‘ | ,
103 107 10” 10° 101 102 10°
SARImW/cma]
II
notoompensated
A:
Ermr [dB]
A O A
a 44,41_'_A_y_1"7
1’0fl 101 702 1 DJ
SAR [mW/cmB]
l 0
nut compensatefi cumpensatw
3.
Uncertainty of Llnearify Assessment: 3 0.6% (k=2)
October 24, 2017
Certificate No: EX3-7346,0Ct17 Page 9 of 38
EX3DV¥ SN27346 October 24, 2017
Conversion Factor Assessment
i= 835 MHz,WGLS R9 (H_convF) f= 1900 MHz.WGLS R22 (H_convf-‘)
an
15.
w» \_
"in
<0
‘0
’ . 5‘
as ~ , i
no“ .. , . a. . ,,
u 5 i: ‘6 .. 35 m 35 A: u . m m m 25 go so m
um :[-r»m'
L L L L
amimcw “my” mm my,“
Deviation from Isotropy in Liquid
Error (4), S), f = 900 MHz
Deflation
-1.0 0.8 -0.3 43,4 -0.2 0.0 0 2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0
uncertainty of Spherical Isotropy Assessment: t 2.5% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3-734670ct17 Page 10 of 38
EXBDV‘F SN:7346 October 24‘ 2017
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:7346
Other Probe Parameters
Sensor Arrangement Triangular
Connector Angle (°) 55.7
Mechanical Surface Detection Mode enabled
Optical Surface Detection Mode disabled
Probe Overall Length 337 mm
Probe Body Diameter 10 mm
Tip Length 9 mm
Tip Diameter 25 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor X Calibration Point 1 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Y Calibration Point 1 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Z Calibration Point 1 mm
Recommended Measurement Distance from Surface 14 mm
Certificate No EX3-7346,0ct17 Page 11 of 38
EXSDV‘F SN'7346 October 24, 2017
Appendix: Modulation Calibration Parameters
UID Communication System Name A B C D VR Max
dB dBw’pV dB mV UncE
(k=2)
0 cw x 0 00 0.00 1.00 0.00 151.9 t 3.3 %
Y 0 00 0.00 1.00 153.7
2 0 00 0.00 1.00 1423
$0310» SAR Validation (Square. 100ms. mm) x 2.59 68.52 11.04 10.00 20 0 1 9.6 %
Y 2 65 69.25 11.37 20.0
2 2 49 68.07 10 79 20.0
10011- UMTS-FDD (WCDMA) x 1 09 63.33 15.91 0.00 150.0 3 9.6 %
CAB
Y 0 95 66.45 14.58 150.0
2 1.19 70.23 17.02 1500
10012— 1555 802110w15124 GHz(DSSS,1 x 1.16 6416 15.66 0.41 150.0 19.6?“
CAB Mbps)
Y 1.12 63.49 14.99 150.0
2 1.19 64 68 16.12 150.0
10013» 1555 302.119 WiFi 2.4 GHz (DSSS- x 4 93 66 71 17 25 1 46 150 0 1 9.6 %
CAB OFDM, 6 Mbps)
Y 4.76 66 79 17.11 150.0
2 4.92 66 02 17.35 150 0
10021» GSM-FDD (TDMA. GMSK) x 10000 115.41 27.36 9.39 50.0 t 9.6 %
DAC
Y 100.00 116.53 27.86 50.0
2 100.00 115.19 27.24 50.0
10023— GPRS-FDD (TDMA. GMSK. TN 0) x 100.00 114 75 27.10 9.57 50.0 x 9.6 %
DAC
v 100 00 115.31 27.36 500
2 100.00 114 40 26 96 50.0
10024- GPRS-FDD (TDMA. GMSK, TN 0.1) x 100 00 117 78 27.59 6 56 60.0 1 9.6 %
DAC
Y 100.00 123.97 29.95 60.0
2 100.00 113.31 27.76 60.0
10025- EDGE-FDD (TDMA, BPSK. TN 0) x 6.92 91.12 36.36 12.57 50.0 59.6 %
DAC
Y 3.65 68.11 25.74 50.0
2 6.75 99.06 42.34 50.0
100264 EDGE-FUD (TDMA. BPSK. TN 041) x 12.36 103 25 36.04 9.56 60 0 1 9 6 %
DAC
Y 6.08 85.17 31 15 60 0
2 13.14 105.61 39 03 60.0
10027— GPRSvFDD (TDMA. GMSK, TN 012) x 100.00 121.54 25 54 4.80 80.0 x 9.6 %
DAC
Y 100.00 133.60 33 24 80.0
2 100.00 123.14 29.16 30 0
10026— GPRS—FDD (TDMA, GMSK. TN 0-1-2-3) x 10000 126.66 30.04 3.55 100.0 x 9.6 %
DAC
Y 100.00 145.59 37.23 100.0
2 100.00 129.94 31.33 1000
10029- EDGE~FDD (TDMA, BPSK, TN 0.1.2) x 6 53 66 43 30 30 7 00 60.0 5 9.6 %
DAC
Y 417 7610 25 95 60.0
2 6 63 07.12 30.77 30.0
10030— 1555 602.151 Biuetocln (GFSK. 01-11) x 100.00 117.36 27.03 5.30 70.0 t 9.6 %
CAA
Y 100.00 124.44 29.60 70.0
2 100.00 116.23 27.34 70.0
10031- 1555 902.151 Biuetouth (GFSK, 0113) x 100.00 130.40 30.05 1.88 100 0 t 9.6 %
CAA
Y 100.00 148.18 36.27 100 0
2 100.00 133.01 32.99 100 0
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EXBDV4— SNz7346 October 24, 2017
10032- |EEE 802 15.1 Blueloolh (GFSK, DHS) X 100 00 145.38 34.51 1 17 100.0 1 9.6 “A:
CAA
Y 100.00 162 91 40 57 100.0
Z 100.00 163.29 41 55 100.0
10033- IEEE 802.151 Bluetooth (PI/4—DQPSK, X 100 00 136 21 37.87 5.30 70.0 1 9.6 %
CAA DH1)
Y 10000 135 23 36.91 70.0
Z 100 00 136.63 38.00 70.0
10034- |EEE 802.15 1 BIueIooth (Pl/4-DOF'SK. X 7.72 93.44 24.80 1.88 100.0 i 9 6 %
CAA DHS)
Y 5 62 88.22 22.07 100.0
2 15.46 104.44 27.99 100 0
10035- IEEE 802.151 Bluetooth (PII4vDQPSK, X 3 28 01.23 20.42 1.17 100.0 1: 9.6 %
CAA DH5)
V 2 37 76.72 17.63 100.0
Z 4 84 87.49 22 60 100 0
10036- 1EEE 802.15 1 B1ueloo|h (8—DPSK. DH1) X 100 00 136 77 38 13 5.30 70.0 t 9.6 %
CAA
Y 100.00 136 00 37 26 70.0
Z 100 00 137.21 38 27 70.0
10037- 1EEE 802.151 Bluetoolh (B—DPSK. DHB) X 6.89 91.85 24 29 1.86 100 0 t 9.6 %
CAA
Y 449 85.26 21.12 1000
2 12.97 101 91 27.28 100 0
1003B~ |EEE 802.151 Bluetoclh (8-DF'SK, DHS) X 3.33 81.81 20.75 1 17 100 0 t 9.6 ”A:
CAA
V 2.39 77.12 17.93 100.0
Z 496 58.27 23.00 100.0
10039- CDMA2000 (1xRTT, RC1) X 2.12 73.85 16 65 0 00 150.0 t 9.6 “/a
CAB
V 1.46 69.75 13 90 150.0
Z 2.57 77 55 1B 33 150.0
10042- IS'54/1S-136 FDD (TDMA/FDM, PI/4- X 100 00 111 97 25.19 7.78 50 0 1 9 6 “/n
CAB DQPSK. Halfrate)
Y 10000 114.13 25.96 500
Z 100.00 111.92 25.13 50.0
10044- |S-91/EIAITIA-553 FDD (FDMA, FM) X 0.00 101.35 2.09 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAA
Y 0.00 102.84 7 52 150.0
Z 0.00 107.06 1 19 150.0
100487 DECT(TDD,TDMA/FDM,GFSK,FU1| X 100.00 112 47 2719 13.80 25 0 i 9 6 ‘Vo
CAA Slot, 24)
Y 100.00 103.92 26.05 25.0
Z 100.00 111.46 26.76 25 0
10049» DECT (TDD, TDMA/FDM. GFSK, Double X 100 00 112.22 26.19 10 79 40.0 i 9.6 %
CAA 31m. 12)
V 100 00 111.37 25 95 40.0
2 1540 36 144.43 32 45 40.0
10056- UMTS—TDD (TD-SCDMA. 1.28 Mops) X 100.00 129 59 35 90 9.03 50.0 i 9.6 “A:
CAA
Y 10000 127.29 34 53 50.0
2 100.00 129 42 35.78 50.0
10058- EDGE—FDD (TDMA, SPSK, TN 0.1.2.3) X 4 87 79.45 26.49 6.55 100.0 t 9.6 %
DAC
V 3.45 72.30 23.37 100.0
Z 4.85 79 80 26.80 100 0
10059— 1EEE 802.110 WiFi 2 4 GHZ (DSSS, 2 X 1.23 65.50 16.47 0.61 110.0 x 9.6 %
CAE Mbps)
Y 1.14 6443 15.63 1100
Z 125 66.12 16.99 110.0
10060— IEEE 802118 WiFi 2 4 GHZ (0358, 5.5 X 100 00 144.75 38.60 130 110.0 x 9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 1191 112.95 31.60 110.0
Z 100.00 147.77 39 BS 110.0
Certificate No: EX3-734670rzt17 Page 13 0138
EX3DV4~ SN:7346 October 24. 2017
10051- IEEE 802.1111 WiFi 2.4 GHZ(DSSS. 11 X 4 49 90.52 26.81 2.04 110.0 1 9 6 “A
CAB Mbps)
Y 2 25 79 26 22.82 110.0
2 5.70 95 87 28.86 110.0
10052— 1EEE 80211th W1Fi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 6 X 4.74 66 71 16.64 0.49 100.0 1 9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
V 4.56 66.73 16.47 100.0
2 473 66 83 16.75 100.0
10063- |EEE 80211th WiF15 GHZ (OFDM. 9 X 4.76 66.82 15.76 0.72 100 0 1 9.6 “A:
GAS Mbps)
Y 4.57 66.84 16.59 100.0
2 4.75 65.93 16.87 100.0
10064— 1EEE 802.11a/h WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM, 12 X 5.06 67.11 17.00 0.65 100.0 t 9.6 %
CAE Mbps)
Y 4.84 67.07 16.81 100.0
2 5.05 57.21 17.11 100.0
10065- IEEE 80211a/h WiFi 5 GHZ(OFDM,1B X 4 92 67.02 1713 1 21 100.0 1 9.6 °/o
CAB Mbps)
Y 4.71 55.95 16 93 1000
2 4.91 67.12 1723 1000
10066— IEEE 80211a/h WiFi 5 GHZ (OFDM. 24 X 4.94 57.04 17 30 1.46 100 0 t 9 5 “/u
CAB Mbus)
Y 4.72 66.97 17.10 1000
Z 4.93 67.14 17.41 100.0
10067- IEEE 80211a/h W1F15 GHZ (OFDM, 36 X 5.22 67.15 17.73 2 04 100.0 t 9 6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 501 57.21 17 59 1000
Z 5 21 67 25 17 54 100.0
10068— IEEE 802.11th W|F15 GHZ (OFDM. 48 X 5 28 57.27 18 01 2 55 100.0 2 9.6 %
CAB Mbps)
Y 504 6715 17 79 100.0
2 5 26 67.35 18.10 100.0
10069— IEEE 502.11a/h WlFI 5 GHZ (OFDM, 54 X 5.35 67 21 18.18 2.67 100 0 i 9.6 "A:
CAB Mbps)
V 511 67.15 17.97 100.0
Z 5 34 87 31 18.27 100.0
10071— 1EEE 802.119 WiFi 2.4 GHZ X 5.02 65 79 17 57 1.99 100.0 1: 9.6 %
CAB (DSSS/OFDM. 9 Mbps)
Y 4.85 55.85 1743 100.0
2 5.01 65 89 17.57 100.0
10072- IEEE 802 11gWiFi 24 GHZ X 5.00 67.15 17.82 2.30 1000 19.671:
CAB (DSSS/OFDM. 12 Mbps)
Y 4.81 67.14 17.66 100 0
Z 4.99 67.25 17.92 100.0
10073 IEEE 802119 WiF12.4 GHZ X 5.05 67.26 10.15 2.63 100.0 1: 9.6 “fl:
CAB (DSSS/OFDM, 15 Mbps)
Y 4.06 67.29 15.00 100.0
Z 5 04 G7 39 16.26 100.0
10074- IEEE 002.11g W1F| 2.4 GHZ X 5.01 67.13 18 30 3.30 100.0 3: 9.6 ‘Vn
CAB (DSSS/OFDM, 24 Mbps)
Y 4.85 5718 18.16 100.0
Z 5 00 67 23 15 40 100.0
10075- IEEE 002.11g WiFi 2.4 GHZ X 5 04 67 27 18 65 3.82 90.0 t 9.5 We
CAB (DSSS/OFDM, 36 Mbps)
V 4.86 67.20 18.44 90 0
Z 5.03 67.36 18.75 90 0
10076— IEEE 802.11g WiFi 2.4 GHZ X 5.03 56.95 18.72 4.15 90.0 1 9 5 %
CAB (DSSS/OFDM, 48 Mbps)
Y 4.88 67.01 18.58 90 0
2 5.02 67.05 18.52 90.0
10077- IEEE 802.11g WiFi 2.4 GHZ X 5.04 67.00 18.81 4.30 90.0 t 9.6 %
CAB (DSSS/OFDM. 54 Mbps)
Y 4.91 67.07 18.58 90.0
Z 503 6710 15.91 90.0
Certificate No: EX3-7346_Oct17 Page 14 of 38
EX3DV4— SN.7346 October 24, 2017
10051- CDMAZDDO (1xR'I'I'. RC3) X 0.94 67.27 13 60 0 00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB
Y 0.70 64.46 10 97 150.0
Z 1.07 69 57 14 72 150.0
10082- 15754! IS-136 FDD (TDMA/‘FDM, F'UA- X 0 67 60.00 4 25 4.77 80.0 t 9.6 %
CAB DQPSK, FuHrale)
Y 0 54 60.00 3 82 30.0
Z 0.65 60.00 4 21 80.0
10090- GPRS-FDD (TDMA, GMSK. TN 04) X 100.00 117.81 27.62 6.56 60.0 1 9 6 %
DAC
Y 100 00 124.00 29.99 60.0
Z 100.00 118.34 27.60 60 0
10097- UMTS-FDD (HSDPA) X 1.88 67.99 16 01 0.00 150.0 3: 9 6 %
CAB
V 1.76 67 57 15.32 150.0
2 1.95 60 92 16.57 150.0
100987 UMTS-FDD (HSUPA. Subtest 2) X 1 B4 67 96 15.98 0.00 150.0 t 9.6 %
CAB
Y 172 67 51 15.25 150.0
Z 1.91 68.91 16.56 150.0
10099— EDGEVFDD (TDMA. 8PSK, TN 0-4) X 12 53 103.59 38.16 9.56 60.0 1 9.6 %
DAC
V 6.13 85.35 31.23 60.0
Z 13.34 105.93 39.20 60.0
10100- LTE»FDD (SCVFDMA. 100% RB. 20 X 3 25 70.83 16.97 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 °/n
CAD MHZ. QPSK)
Y 2.96 69.50 16.42 150.0
Z 3.36 71 55 17.40 150.0
10101- LTE-FDD (SC—FDMA, 100% R8. 20 X 3.31 67 74 16.10 0.00 150.0 19.6 °/u
CAD MHZ, 16-QAM)
V 3.12 67 24 15.72 150.0
2 3 34 68.05 16.34 150.0
10102- LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA. 100% RB. 20 X 3.41 67.67 16.17 0.00 150.0 i 9 G %
CAD MHz. 64»QAM)
V 3.23 67.26 15.83 150.0
Z 3.43 67.96 16 40 150.0
10103- LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA. 100% RB. 20 X 7 10 78.65 22.05 3.98 65.0 t 9.6 °/n
CAD MHZ. QPSK)
V 5.86 76 47 21 32 65.0
Z 6.86 78.31 22 01 65.0
10104- LTE—TDD (SOFDMA. 100% RB, 20 X 647 74.96 21 35 3.98 65.0 t 9 6 %
CAD MHZ, 16-QAM)
V 5 44 72.65 20 34 65.0
Z 6 45 75.13 21.50 65.0
10105— LTE»TDD (SC-FDMA. 100% RE, 20 X 6 35 74.46 21.46 3 93 65.0 t 9.6 %
CAD MHZ. 64-QAM)
Y 5 36 72.10 20 38 650
Z 5 85 73.13 20 92 65.0
10108- LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 100% RE. 10 X 2.85 70.03 16.80 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 “la
CAE MHz, QPSK)
Y 2.56 69.06 16 23 150.0
Z 2.93 70 76 1725 150.0
10109- LTE~FDD (SC»FDMA. 100% RE. 10 X 2.97 67.59 16.03 0.00 150.0 t 9 6 %
CAE MHZ. 16-QAM)
Y 2.77 67.13 15.58 150.0
Z 300 67.96 16.30 150.0
10110- LTE—FDD (SC-FDMA. 100% RE. 5 MHZ, X 2.32 69.13 16.46 0.00 150.0 2 9.6 %
CAE QPSK)
Y 206 68.17 15.73 150 0
Z 2.39 69.97 16 97 150.0
10111- LTE—FDD(SC~FDMA.100% RE, 5 MHZ. X 2.69 60.37 16 35 0.00 150.0 : 9.6 %
CAE 16-QAM)
V 2.50 66.16 15 85 150.0
Z 2.74 66.95 16.71 150.0
Certificate NO: EX3-7346_Ocl17 Page 15 0138
EXSDV4— SN:7346 Camber 24. 2017
101129 LTE—FDD (SC-FDMA. 10070 RE, 10 x 3.09 57.54 16.07 0.00 150.0 19 6 %
CAE MHz, 64»QAM)
Y 289 6719 15.67 150 0
z 3.12 67 69 16.32 1500
10113— LTE—FDD(SC-FDMA.1OD% RB, 5 MHZ. x 2.64 68 47 16 46 0.00 150 0 1 9.6 %
CAE 64-QAM)
Y 2 65 66.37 16.01 150.0
2 2.69 69.01 16 60 150.0
10114- 1555 602.116 (HT Greenfield, 13.5 x 5.17 67.21 16.49 0 00 150.0 3 9.6 %
CAB Maps. BFSK)
Y 5.00 6710 16.32 150.0
2 5.18 67.33 16.61 150 0
101157 1555 802 11n (HT Greenfield. 61 Mbps, x 5.50 67.44 16.61 0.00 150.0 59 6 %
CAB 1SAQAM)
Y 5 25 67.17 16.36 150.0
2 5 49 67.51 16.70 150.0
10116- 1555 602101011 Greenfield. 135 Mbps. x 5 26 67.44 16 53 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAB 64-QAM)
v 5.06 67.26 16 34 150.0
2 5.26 67.55 16 64 150.0
10117- 1555 502.11n(HT Mixed. 135Mbps, x 5.15 67.12 16.46 0.00 1500 196 %
CAB BPSK)
v 4.96 67.02 16.30 150 0
z 515 67 21 16.57 150.0
10116- 1555 602,11n (HT M1xed, 61 Mbps.16- x 5.56 67 63 16 71 0 00 150.0 5 9.6 %
CAB QAM)
v 5.32 67 33 16.45 150.0
2 5.57 67.72 16.61 150.0
10119- 1555 602 110 (HT Mixed, 135 Mbps. 64- x 5.25 67.37 16.51 0 00 150.0 1 9 6 %
CAB QAM)
Y 5.07 67.25 16.34 150.0
2 5 26 67.43 16.62 150 0
10140- LTE-FDD(SC-FDMA.100% RB, 15 x 3 45 67.69 16.10 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD MHz, 16-QAM)
v 3.25 67 27 15 74 150.0
2 3.47 67.96 16 32 150 0
10141» LTE~FDD (SC-FDMA. 100% RE. 15 x 3.57 67.75 16 25 0 00 1500 t 9.6 %
CAD MHz, 64-0410)
11 3.36 67.43 15.94 150.0
2 3,59 66 02 16.46 150.0
10142» LTE-FDD(SC-FDMA,100% RB, 3 MHz. x 210 6919 16.22 0.00 150.0 1 9 6 %
CAD QPSK)
v 1.62 66.10 15.20 150.0
2 2.19 70.23 16.61 150.0
10143- LTE-FDD(SC-FDMA,1UO% RB. 3 MHz, x 2.57 69 23 16.20 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD 16—QAM)
Y 2.33 66 76 15 28 150.0
2 2.66 70.06 16.64 150.0
101447 LTE»FDD (SC-FDMA, 100171, RB, 3 MHz, x z 35 67.00 14.65 0 00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAD 64-QAM)
v 2.04 66.05 13.42 150 0
z 2.39 67.55 14.95 150 0
101457 LTE»FDD(SC-FDMA.100% RB.1.4 x 1.39 6656 13.03 0.00 150.0 59.6 %
CAE MHz. QPSK)
v 0.95 62.92 6.67 150 0
z 1.46 67.52 13.45 150 0
10146- LTE-FDD (6050114, 100°/., RB, 1.4 x 2.29 66 35 13.30 0.00 150.0 19.6 %
CAE MHz, 16-QAM)
Y 1 40 63.57 9.52 150.0
2 3.69 74 57 15.95 150.0
10147. LTE-FDD(SC-FDMA,1OU% RB. 1.4 x 2.84 71.20 14 72 0.00 150.0 1 9.6 %
CAE MHZ. 64-QAM)
v 1 58 64.69 10 32 150.0
2 6.32 61.63 16 69 150.0
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