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FCC Test Report
Report No.: RF170726E03
FCC ID: B94VCVRA1714
Test Model: VCVRA-1714
Received Date: July 26, 2017
Test Date: Aug. 21 to 24, 2017
Issued Date: Sep. 07, 2017
Applicant: HP Inc.
Address: 3390 East Harmony Road, Fort Collins, Colorado , United States 80528
Issued By: Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services (H.K.) Ltd., Taoyuan Branch
Hsin Chu Laboratory
Lab Address: E-2, No.1, Li Hsin 1st Road, Hsinchu Science Park, Hsinchu City 300,
Taiwan R.O.C.
Test Location (1): E-2, No.1, Li Hsin 1st Road, Hsinchu Science Park, Hsinchu City 300,
Taiwan R.O.C.
Test Location (2): No. 49, Ln. 206, Wende Rd., Shangshan Tsuen, Chiung Lin Hsiang, Hsin
Chu Hsien 307, Taiwan R.O.C.
This report is for your exclusive use. Any copying or replication of this report to or for any other person or entity, or use of our name or trademark, is permitted
only with our prior written permission. This report sets forth our findings solely with respect to the test samples identified herein. The results set forth in this
report are not indicative or representative of the quality or characteristics of the lot from which a test sample was taken or any similar or identical product
unless specifically and expressly noted. Our report includes all of the tests requested by you and the results thereof based upon the information that you
provided to us. You have 60 days from date of issuance of this report to notify us of any material error or omission caused by our negligence, provided,
however, that such notice shall be in writing and shall specifically address the issue you wish to raise. A failure to raise such issue within the prescribed time
shall constitute your unqualified acceptance of the completeness of this report, the tests conducted and the correctness of the report contents. Unless specific
mention, the uncertainty of measurement has been explicitly taken into account to declare the compliance or non-compliance to the specification. The report
must not be used by the client to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by TAF or any government agencies.
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Table of Contents
Release Control Record .................................................................................................................................. 4
Certificate of Conformity ...................................................................................................................... 5
Summary of Test Results ..................................................................................................................... 6
2.1
2.2
Measurement Uncertainty ................................................................................................................... 6
Modification Record ............................................................................................................................ 6
General Information .............................................................................................................................. 7
3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.3
3.3.1
3.4
General Description of EUT ................................................................................................................ 7
Description of Test Modes ................................................................................................................... 9
Test Mode Applicability and Tested Channel Detail ........................................................................... 10
Description of Support Units ............................................................................................................. 12
Configuration of System under Test .................................................................................................. 13
General Description of Applied Standards ........................................................................................ 14
Test Types and Results ...................................................................................................................... 15
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
4.2.7
4.2.8
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.4.5
4.4.6
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
4.5.6
4.5.7
4.6
Radiated Emission and Bandedge Measurement ............................................................................. 15
Limits of Radiated Emission and Bandedge Measurement .............................................................. 15
Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 16
Test Procedures ................................................................................................................................. 17
Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 18
Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 18
EUT Operating Conditions................................................................................................................. 19
Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 20
Conducted Emission Measurement .................................................................................................. 27
Limits of Conducted Emission Measurement .................................................................................... 27
Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 27
Test Procedures ................................................................................................................................. 28
Deviation From Test Standard ........................................................................................................... 28
Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 28
EUT Operating Condition .................................................................................................................. 28
Test Results (Mode 1)........................................................................................................................ 29
Test Results (Mode 2)........................................................................................................................ 31
Number of Hopping Frequency Used................................................................................................ 33
Limits of Hopping Frequency Used Measurement ............................................................................ 33
Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 33
Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 33
Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 33
Deviation fromTest Standard ............................................................................................................. 33
Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 34
Dwell Time on Each Channel ............................................................................................................ 35
Limits of Dwell Time on Each Channel Measurement ....................................................................... 35
Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 35
Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 35
Test Procedures ................................................................................................................................. 35
Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 35
Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 36
Channel Bandwidth ........................................................................................................................... 40
Limits of Channel Bandwidth Measurement ...................................................................................... 40
Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 40
Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 40
Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 40
Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 40
EUT Operating Condition .................................................................................................................. 40
Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 41
Hopping Channel Separation ............................................................................................................ 42
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4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
4.6.6
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.7.4
4.7.5
4.7.6
4.7.7
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.8.3
4.8.4
4.8.5
4.8.6
Limits of Hopping Channel Separation Measurement ....................................................................... 42
Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 42
Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 42
Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 42
Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 42
Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 43
Maximum Output Power .................................................................................................................... 44
Limits of Maximum Output Power Measurement .............................................................................. 44
Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 44
Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 44
Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 44
Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 44
EUT Operating Condition .................................................................................................................. 44
Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 45
Conducted Out of Band Emission Measurement .............................................................................. 46
Limits of Conducted Out of Band Emission Measurement................................................................ 46
Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 46
Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 46
Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 46
EUT Operating Condition .................................................................................................................. 46
Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 46
Pictures of Test Arrangements .......................................................................................................... 49
Appendix – Information on the Testing Laboratories ................................................................................ 50
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Release Control Record
Issue No.
Description
Date Issued
RF170726E03
Original release.
Sep. 07, 2017
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Certificate of Conformity
Product: HP Sprocket 2-in-1 Printer
Brand: hp
Test Model: VCVRA-1714
Sample Status: MASS-PRODUCTION
Applicant: HP Inc.
Test Date: Aug. 21 to 24, 2017
Standards: 47 CFR FCC Part 15, Subpart C (Section 15.247)
ANSI C63.10: 2013
The above equipment has been tested by Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services (H.K.) Ltd.,
Taoyuan Branch, and found compliance with the requirement of the above standards. The test record,
data evaluation & Equipment Under Test (EUT) configurations represented herein are true and
accurate accounts of the measurements of the sample’s EMC characteristics under the conditions
specified in this report.
Prepared by :
Date:
Sep. 07, 2017
Wendy Wu / Specialist
Approved by :
Date:
Sep. 07, 2017
May Chen / Manager
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Summary of Test Results
47 CFR FCC Part 15, Subpart C (SECTION 15.247)
FCC
Test Item
Clause
Result
Remarks
15.207
AC Power Conducted Emission
PASS
Meet the requirement of limit.
Minimum passing margin is -1.00dB
at 0.47422MHz.
15.247(a)(1)
(iii)
Number of Hopping Frequency
Used
PASS
Meet the requirement of limit.
15.247(a)(1)
(iii)
Dwell Time on Each Channel
PASS
Meet the requirement of limit.
15.247(a)(1)
1. Hopping Channel Separation
2. Spectrum Bandwidth of a
Frequency Hopping Sequence
Spread Spectrum System
PASS
Meet the requirement of limit.
Maximum Peak Output Power
PASS
Meet the requirement of limit.
Radiated Emissions
Edge Measurement
PASS
Meet the requirement of limit.
Minimum passing margin is
-3.0dB at 240MHz.
PASS
Meet the requirement of limit.
15.247(b)
15.205 &
209 &
15.247(d)
15.247(d)
& Band
Antenna Port Emission
Antenna connector is IPEX not a
standard connector.
NOTE: If The Frequency Hopping System operating in 2400-2483.5MHz band and the output power
less than 125mW. The hopping channel carrier frequencies separated by a minimum of 25kHz
or two-thirds of the 20dB bandwidth of hopping channel whichever is greater.
15.203
2.1
Antenna Requirement
PASS
Measurement Uncertainty
Where relevant, the following measurement uncertainty levels have been estimated for tests performed
on the EUT as specified in CISPR 16-4-2:
Measurement
Frequency
Conducted Emissions at mains ports
Radiated Emissions up to 1 GHz
150kHz ~ 30MHz
30MHz ~ 1GHz
1GHz ~ 6GHz
6GHz ~ 18GHz
18GHz ~ 40GHz
Radiated Emissions above 1 GHz
2.2
Expanded Uncertainty
(k=2) (±)
1.84 dB
5.30 dB
5.16 dB
4.91 dB
5.30 dB
Modification Record
There were no modifications required for compliance.
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General Information
3.1
General Description of EUT
Product
HP Sprocket 2-in-1 Printer
Brand
hp
Test Model
VCVRA-1714
Status of EUT
MASS-PRODUCTION
DC 7.4V from battery
Power Supply Rating
DC 5V from USB interface
Modulation Type
GFSK, π/4-DQPSK, 8DPSK
Modulation Technology
FHSS
Transfer Rate
Up to 3Mbps
Operating Frequency
2402MHz ~ 2480MHz
Number of Channel
79
Output Power
1.552mW
Antenna Type
Refer to Note
Antenna Connector
Refer to Note
Accessory Device
NA
Data Cable Supplied
USB to Micro USB cable (shielded, 0.5m) x 1
Note:
1. The EUT and USB cable have three combination as following table:
EUT
Combination
Red
Black
white
USB cable
white
Black
Gray
2. The EUT must be supplied with a battery as following table:
Brand
Model No.
Spec.
EML
FT453257P-2S
850mAh, 7.4V
3. The antenna provided to the EUT, please refer to the following table:
Antenna PCB Chain
No
No.
Chain 0
Brand
Model No.
Antenna
Type
FOXCONN
RFMTA211607EMA
B103
PIFA
Antenna
Net
Gain(dBi)
Antenna
Connector
0.77
IPEX
Frequency
Cable
range
Length
(MHz to
(mm)
MHz)
2400~2500
70
4. For radiated emissions, the EUT was pre-tested under the following modes:
Test Mode
Description
Mode A
Power from USB interface (adapter)
Mode B
Power from Battery
From the above modes, the worst case was found in Mode A. Therefore only the test data of the
mode was recorded in this report.
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5. The operation of the EUT:
a.
When power on, the EUT will scan the whole frequency until a Connection command from the
other BT device.
b.
When receiving the signal from the other BT devices, The EUT transmit are sponse signal.
c.
The other devices receive the response signal and recognize it, then send a connection
command to establish the connection.
d.
After the connection establish successfully, the data transmission is beginning. At the same
time, the both devices will shift frequencies in synchronization per a same pseudo randomly
ordered list of hopping frequencies, the hopping rate is 1600 times per second. This device
conforms to the criteria in FCC 15.247(a)(1).
e.
The bandwidth of receiver, which is set to fixed width by the software.
6. The above EUT information is declared by manufacturer and for more detailed features description,
please refer to the manufacturer's specifications or User's Manual.
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3.2
Description of Test Modes
79 channels are provided for BT-EDR mode:
Channel Freq. (MHz) Channel Freq. (MHz)
2402
20
2422
2403
21
2423
2404
22
2424
2405
23
2425
2406
24
2426
2407
25
2427
2408
26
2428
2409
27
2429
2410
28
2430
2411
29
2431
10
2412
30
2432
11
2413
31
2433
12
2414
32
2434
13
2415
33
2435
14
2416
34
2436
15
2417
35
2437
16
2418
36
2438
17
2419
37
2439
18
2420
38
2440
19
2421
39
2441
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40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
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Freq. (MHz)
2442
2443
2444
2445
2446
2447
2448
2449
2450
2451
2452
2453
2454
2455
2456
2457
2458
2459
2460
2461
Channel
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
Freq. (MHz)
2462
2463
2464
2465
2466
2467
2468
2469
2470
2471
2472
2473
2474
2475
2476
2477
2478
2479
2480
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3.2.1
Test Mode Applicability and Tested Channel Detail
EUT
CONFIGURE
MODE
RE1G
RE<1G
PLC
APCM
√
√
√
√
Power from USB interface (Adapter)
√
Power from USB interface (Laptop)
APPLICABLE TO
DESCRIPTION
Where
RE1G: Radiated Emission above 1GHz
PLC: Power Line Conducted Emission
RE<1G: Radiated Emission below 1GHz
APCM: Antenna Port Conducted Measurement
NOTE:
1. The EUT had been pre-tested on the positioned of each 3 axis. The worst case was found when positioned on X-plane (below
1GHz) & Y-plane (above 1GHz).
Radiated Emission Test (Above 1GHz):
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode from all possible combinations
between available modulations, data rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity
architecture).
Following channel(s) was (were) selected for the final test as listed below.
AVAILABLE
TESTED
MODULATION
MODULATION
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
TECHNOLOGY
TYPE
0 to 78
0, 39, 78
FHSS
GFSK
DH5
0 to 78
0, 39, 78
FHSS
8DPSK
3DH5
PACKET TYPE
Radiated Emission Test (Below 1GHz):
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode from all possible combinations
between available modulations, data rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity
architecture).
Following channel(s) was (were) selected for the final test as listed below.
AVAILABLE
CHANNEL
TESTED
CHANNEL
MODULATION
TECHNOLOGY
MODULATION
TYPE
PACKET TYPE
0 to 78
39
FHSS
GFSK
DH5
Power Line Conducted Emission Test:
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode from all possible combinations
between available modulations, data rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity
architecture).
Following channel(s) was (were) selected for the final test as listed below.
AVAILABLE
TESTED
MODULATION
MODULATION
CHANNEL
CHANNEL
TECHNOLOGY
TYPE
0 to 78
39
FHSS
GFSK
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PACKET TYPE
DH5
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Antenna Port Conducted Measurement:
This item includes all test value of each mode, but only includes spectrum plot of worst value of
each mode.
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode from all possible combinations
between available modulations, data rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity
architecture).
Following channel(s) was (were) selected for the final test as listed below.
AVAILABLE
CHANNEL
TESTED
CHANNEL
MODULATION
TECHNOLOGY
MODULATION
TYPE
0 to 78
0, 39, 78
FHSS
GFSK
DH5
0 to 78
0, 39, 78
FHSS
8DPSK
3DH5
PACKET TYPE
Test Condition:
INPUT POWER
APPLICABLE TO
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
RE1G
25deg. C, 63%RH
120Vac, 60Hz
Jyunchun Lin
RE<1G
23deg. C, 62%RH
120Vac, 60Hz
Jyunchun Lin
PLC
25deg. C, 66%RH
120Vac, 60Hz
Cody Lee
APCM
25deg. C, 60%RH
120Vac, 60Hz
Anderson Chen
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TESTED BY
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3.3
Description of Support Units
The EUT has been tested as an independent unit together with other necessary accessories or support
units. The following support units or accessories were used to form a representative test configuration
during the tests.
ID
Product
Brand
Model No.
Serial No.
FCC ID
Remarks
A.
MicroSD Card
NA
NA
NA
NA
Provided by Lab
B.
Test Tool
NA
NA
NA
NA
Supplied by client
C.
Adapter
ASUS
EXA1205UA
NA
NA
Provided by Lab
D.
Laptop
DELL
E6420
B92T3R1
FCC DoC
Provided by Lab
Note:
1. All power cords of the above support units are non-shielded (1.8m).
Length (m)
Shielding
(Yes/No)
Cores (Qty.)
0.5
Yes
Supplied by client
0.15
No
Supplied by client(for RF Setup)
ID
Descriptions
Qty.
1.
Micro USB Cable
2.
Console Cable
Remarks
Note: The core(s) is(are) originally attached to the cable(s).
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3.3.1
Configuration of System under Test
Radiated Emission:
Conducted Emission:
For Mode 1
For Mode 2
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3.4
General Description of Applied Standards
The EUT is a RF Product. According to the specifications of the manufacturer, it must comply with the
requirements of the following standards:
FCC Part 15, Subpart C (15.247)
ANSI C63.10-2013
All test items have been performed and recorded as per the above standards.
Note: The EUT has been verified to comply with the requirements of FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B
(DoC). The test report has been issued separately.
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Test Types and Results
4.1
Radiated Emission and Bandedge Measurement
4.1.1
Limits of Radiated Emission and Bandedge Measurement
Radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands must comply with the radiated emission limits
specified as below table. Other emissions shall be at least 20dB below the highest level of the
desired power:
Frequencies
(MHz)
Field Strength
(microvolts/meter)
Measurement Distance
(meters)
0.009 ~ 0.490
2400/F(kHz)
300
0.490 ~ 1.705
24000/F(kHz)
30
1.705 ~ 30.0
30
30
30 ~ 88
100
88 ~ 216
150
216 ~ 960
200
Above 960
500
NOTE:
1.
The lower limit shall apply at the transition frequencies.
2.
Emission level (dBuV/m) = 20 log Emission level (uV/m).
3.
For frequencies above 1000MHz, the field strength limits are based on average detector,
however, the peak field strength of any emission shall not exceed the maximum permitted
average limits, specified above by more than 20dB under any condition of modulation.
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4.1.2 Test Instruments
DESCRIPTION &
MANUFACTURER
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
CALIBRATED CALIBRATED
DATE
UNTIL
Test ReceiverKeysight N9038A
MY54450088
July 08, 2017
July 07, 2018
Pre-Amplifier(*) EMCI
EMC001340
980142
Jan. 20, 2016
Jan. 19, 2018
Loop Antenna(*)
Electro-Metrics
EM-6879
264
Dec. 16, 2016 Dec. 15, 2018
RF Cable
NA
LOOPCAB-001
LOOPCAB-002
Jan. 17, 2017
ZFL-1000VH2B
AMP-ZFL-01
Nov. 10, 2016 Nov. 09, 2017
VULB 9168
9168-406
Dec. 13, 2016 Dec. 12, 2017
8D
966-4-1
966-4-2
966-4-3
Apr. 01, 2017
Mar. 31, 2018
UNAT-5+
PAD-3m-4-01
Oct. 05, 2016
Oct. 04, 2017
BBHA 9120D
9120D-783
Dec. 27, 2016 Dec. 26, 2017
Pre-Amplifier EMCI
EMC12630SE
980385
Feb. 02, 2017 Feb. 01, 2018
RF Cable
EMC104-SM-SM-1200 160923
EMC104-SM-SM-2000 150318
EMC104-SM-SM-5000 150321
Feb. 02, 2017 Feb. 01, 2018
Mar. 29, 2017 Mar. 28, 2018
Mar. 29, 2017 Mar. 28, 2018
Pre-Amplifier EMCI
EMC184045SE
980387
Feb. 02, 2017 Feb. 01, 2018
Horn_Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
BBHA 9170
BBHA9170608 Dec. 15, 2016 Dec. 14, 2017
RF Cable
SUCOFLEX 102
36432/2
36433/2
Software
ADT_Radiated_V8.7.08 NA
Pre-Amplifier
Mini-Circuits
Trilog Broadband
Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
RF Cable
Fixed attenuator
Mini-Circuits
Horn_Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
Antenna Tower & Turn
MF-7802
Table Max-Full
Boresight Antenna
FBA-01
Fixture
Spectrum Analyzer
FSv40
R&S
Jan. 16, 2018
Jan. 15, 2017
Jan. 14, 2018
NA
NA
MF780208410 NA
NA
FBA-SIP02
NA
NA
100964
July 1, 2017
June 30, 2018
Power meter Anritsu
ML2495A
1014008
May 11, 2017
May 10, 2018
Power sensor Anritsu
MA2411B
0917122
May 11, 2017
May 10, 2018
NOTE:
1. The calibration interval of the above test instruments is 12 months and the calibrations are traceable
to NML/ROC and NIST/USA.
2. *The calibration interval of the above test instruments is 24 months and the calibrations are
traceable to NML/ROC and NIST/USA.
3. The test was performed in 966 Chamber No. 4.
4. The CANADA Site Registration No. is 20331-2
5. Loop antenna was used for all emissions below 30 MHz.
6. Tested Date: Aug. 21 to 22, 2017.
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4.1.3 Test Procedures
For Radiated emission below 30MHz
a. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters above the ground at a 3 meter
chamber room. The table was rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the highest
radiation.
b. The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving antenna, which was mounted on
the top of a variable-height antenna tower.
c. Both X and Y axes of the antenna are set to make the measurement.
d. For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case and the rotatable table was
turned from 0 degrees to 360 degrees to find the maximum reading.
e. The test-receiver system was set to Quasi-Peak Detect Function and Specified Bandwidth with
Maximum Hold Mode.
NOTE:
1. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 9kHz at
frequency below 30MHz.
For Radiated emission above 30MHz
a. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters (for 30MHz ~ 1GHz) / 1.5 meters (for
above 1GHz) above the ground at 3 meter chamber room for test. The table was rotated 360
degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
b.
The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving antenna, which was mounted on
the top of a variable-height antenna tower.
c.
The height of antenna is varied from one meter to four meters above the ground to determine the
maximum value of the field strength. Both horizontal and vertical polarizations of the antenna are
set to make the measurement.
d.
For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case and then the antenna was
tuned to heights from 1 meter to 4 meters and the rotatable table was turned from 0 degrees to
360 degrees to find the maximum reading.
e.
The test-receiver system was set to quasi-peak detect function and specified bandwidth with
maximum hold mode when the test frequency is below 1 GHz.
f.
The test-receiver system was set to peak and average detect function and specified bandwidth
with maximum hold mode when the test frequency is above 1 GHz. If the peak reading value also
meets average limit, measurement with the average detector is unnecessary.
Note:
1. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 120kHz for
Quasi-peak detection (QP) at frequency below 1GHz.
2.
The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1 MHz and the video bandwidth is 3
MHz for Peak detection (PK) at frequency above 1GHz.
3.
The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1 MHz and the video bandwidth is 3
MHz for Average detection (AV) at frequency above 1GHz.
4.
All modes of operation were investigated and the worst-case emissions are reported.
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4.1.4
Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.1.5
Test Setup
For Radiated emission below 30MHz
1m
EUT&
Support Units
3m
Turn Table
80cm
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
For Radiated emission 30MHz to 1GHz
Ant. Tower
EUT&
Support Units
1-4m
Variable
3m
10m
Turn Table
80cm
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
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For Radiated emission above 1GHz
Ant. Tower
EUT&
Support Units
1-4m
Variable
3m
Turn Table
Absorber
150cm
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
For the actual test configuration, please refer to the attached file (Test Setup Photo).
4.1.6
EUT Operating Conditions
Set the EUT under transmission condition continuously at specific channel frequency.
a. Placed the EUT on the testing table.
b. Contorlling software (ISRT.exe V2.1.29.4784) has been activated to set the EUT on specific status.
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4.1.7
Test Results
Above 1GHz Data:
BT_GFSK
CHANNEL
TX Channel 0
FREQUENCY RANGE
1GHz ~ 25GHz
Peak (PK)
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Average (AV)
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
2385.00
2385.00
*2402.00
*2402.00
4804.00
4804.00
46.0 PK
35.1 AV
91.6 PK
61.5 AV
41.9 PK
11.8 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
74.0
54.0
-28.0
-18.9
74.0
54.0
-32.1
-42.2
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1.46 H
1.46 H
1.46 H
1.46 H
1.08 H
1.08 H
273
273
47.3
36.4
92.7
62.6
38.7
8.6
-1.3
-1.3
-1.1
-1.1
3.2
3.2
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
2385.00
2385.00
*2402.00
*2402.00
4804.00
4804.00
47.8 PK
38.0 AV
96.1 PK
66.0 AV
39.1 PK
9.0 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
74.0
54.0
-26.2
-16.0
74.0
54.0
-34.9
-45.0
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
3.54 V
3.54 V
3.54 V
3.54 V
1.48 V
1.48 V
234
234
234
234
201
201
49.1
39.3
97.2
67.1
35.9
5.8
-1.3
-1.3
-1.1
-1.1
3.2
3.2
REMARKS:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. The DH5 packet was the worse case duty cycle for a transmit dwell time on a channel, based
upon bluetooth theory the transmitter is on 0.625 * 5 per 296.25 ms per channel. Therefore, the
duty cycle correlation factor be equal to: 20log(3.125 / 100)= -30.1 dB
7. The average value of fundamental and harmonic frequency is: Average = Peak value + 20
log(Duty cycle).
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CHANNEL
TX Channel 39
FREQUENCY RANGE
1GHz ~ 25GHz
Peak (PK)
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Average (AV)
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
*2441.00
*2441.00
4882.00
4882.00
7323.00
7323.00
91.5 PK
61.4 AV
42.1 PK
12.0 AV
43.4 PK
13.3 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
MARGIN
(dB)
-31.9
-42.0
-30.6
-40.7
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1.45 H
1.45 H
1.07 H
1.07 H
1.06 H
1.06 H
22
22
289
289
143
143
92.7
62.6
38.7
8.6
33.6
3.5
-1.2
-1.2
3.4
3.4
9.8
9.8
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
*2441.00
*2441.00
4882.00
4882.00
7323.00
7323.00
96.0 PK
65.9 AV
38.8 PK
8.7 AV
47.0 PK
16.9 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
MARGIN
(dB)
-35.2
-45.3
-27.0
-37.1
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
3.72 V
3.72 V
1.44 V
1.44 V
1.12 V
1.12 V
247
247
202
202
166
166
97.2
67.1
35.4
5.3
37.2
7.1
-1.2
-1.2
3.4
3.4
9.8
9.8
REMARKS:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. The DH5 packet was the worse case duty cycle for a transmit dwell time on a channel, based
upon bluetooth theory the transmitter is on 0.625 * 5 per 296.25 ms per channel. Therefore, the
duty cycle correlation factor be equal to: 20log(3.125 / 100)= -30.1 dB
7. The average value of fundamental and harmonic frequency is: Average = Peak value + 20
log(Duty cycle).
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CHANNEL
TX Channel 78
FREQUENCY RANGE
1GHz ~ 25GHz
Peak (PK)
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Average (AV)
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
*2480.00
*2480.00
2496.00
2496.00
4960.00
4960.00
7440.00
7440.00
91.4 PK
61.3 AV
46.0 PK
15.9 AV
42.0 PK
11.9 AV
43.9 PK
13.8 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
MARGIN
(dB)
-28.0
-38.1
-32.0
-42.1
-30.1
-40.2
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1.45 H
1.45 H
1.45 H
1.45 H
1.08 H
1.08 H
1.08 H
1.08 H
287
287
149
149
92.4
62.3
46.9
16.8
38.4
8.3
33.8
3.7
-1.0
-1.0
-0.9
-0.9
3.6
3.6
10.1
10.1
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
*2480.00
*2480.00
2496.00
2496.00
4960.00
4960.00
7440.00
7440.00
95.9 PK
65.8 AV
47.2 PK
17.1 AV
39.0 PK
8.9 AV
46.6 PK
16.5 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
MARGIN
(dB)
-26.8
-36.9
-35.0
-45.1
-27.4
-37.5
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
3.69 V
3.69 V
3.69 V
3.69 V
1.43 V
1.43 V
1.08 V
1.08 V
233
233
233
233
199
199
171
171
96.9
66.8
48.1
18.0
35.4
5.3
36.5
6.4
-1.0
-1.0
-0.9
-0.9
3.6
3.6
10.1
10.1
REMARKS:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. The DH5 packet was the worse case duty cycle for a transmit dwell time on a channel, based
upon bluetooth theory the transmitter is on 0.625 * 5 per 296.25 ms per channel. Therefore, the
duty cycle correlation factor be equal to: 20log(3.125 / 100)= -30.1 dB
7. The average value of fundamental and harmonic frequency is: Average = Peak value + 20
log(Duty cycle).
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BT_8DPSK
CHANNEL
TX Channel 0
FREQUENCY RANGE
1GHz ~ 25GHz
Peak (PK)
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Average (AV)
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
2390.00
2390.00
*2402.00
*2402.00
4804.00
4804.00
45.9 PK
34.8 AV
89.8 PK
59.7 AV
41.8 PK
11.7 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
74.0
54.0
-28.1
-19.2
74.0
54.0
-32.2
-42.3
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1.51 H
1.51 H
1.51 H
1.51 H
1.05 H
1.05 H
297
297
47.2
36.1
90.9
60.8
38.6
8.5
-1.3
-1.3
-1.1
-1.1
3.2
3.2
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
2390.00
2390.00
*2402.00
*2402.00
4804.00
4804.00
47.4 PK
37.7 AV
94.1 PK
64.0 AV
39.2 PK
9.1 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
74.0
54.0
-26.6
-16.3
74.0
54.0
-34.8
-44.9
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
3.72 V
3.72 V
3.72 V
3.72 V
1.47 V
1.47 V
225
225
225
225
192
192
48.7
39.0
95.2
65.1
36.0
5.9
-1.3
-1.3
-1.1
-1.1
3.2
3.2
REMARKS:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. The DH5 packet was the worse case duty cycle for a transmit dwell time on a channel, based
upon bluetooth theory the transmitter is on 0.625 * 5 per 296.25 ms per channel. Therefore, the
duty cycle correlation factor be equal to: 20log(3.125 / 100)= -30.1 dB
7. The average value of fundamental and harmonic frequency is: Average = Peak value + 20
log(Duty cycle).
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CHANNEL
TX Channel 39
FREQUENCY RANGE
1GHz ~ 25GHz
Peak (PK)
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Average (AV)
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
*2441.00
*2441.00
4882.00
4882.00
7323.00
7323.00
90.1 PK
60.0 AV
42.3 PK
12.2 AV
43.5 PK
13.4 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
MARGIN
(dB)
-31.7
-41.8
-30.5
-40.6
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1.40 H
1.40 H
1.14 H
1.14 H
1.13 H
1.13 H
18
18
286
286
136
136
91.3
61.2
38.9
8.8
33.7
3.6
-1.2
-1.2
3.4
3.4
9.8
9.8
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
*2441.00
*2441.00
4882.00
4882.00
7323.00
7323.00
94.5 PK
64.4 AV
39.4 PK
9.3 AV
46.4 PK
16.3 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
MARGIN
(dB)
-34.6
-44.7
-27.6
-37.7
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
3.64 V
3.64 V
1.37 V
1.37 V
1.06 V
1.06 V
222
222
185
185
156
156
95.7
65.6
36.0
5.9
36.6
6.5
-1.2
-1.2
3.4
3.4
9.8
9.8
REMARKS:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. The DH5 packet was the worse case duty cycle for a transmit dwell time on a channel, based
upon bluetooth theory the transmitter is on 0.625 * 5 per 296.25 ms per channel. Therefore, the
duty cycle correlation factor be equal to: 20log(3.125 / 100)= -30.1 dB
7. The average value of fundamental and harmonic frequency is: Average = Peak value + 20
log(Duty cycle).
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CHANNEL
TX Channel 78
FREQUENCY RANGE
1GHz ~ 25GHz
Peak (PK)
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Average (AV)
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
*2480.00
*2480.00
2483.50
2483.50
4960.00
4960.00
7440.00
7440.00
90.3 PK
60.2 AV
45.8 PK
15.7 AV
41.5 PK
11.4 AV
44.0 PK
13.9 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
MARGIN
(dB)
-28.2
-38.3
-32.5
-42.6
-30.0
-40.1
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1.48 H
1.48 H
1.48 H
1.48 H
1.03 H
1.03 H
1.02 H
1.02 H
295
295
138
138
91.3
61.2
46.8
16.7
37.9
7.8
33.9
3.8
-1.0
-1.0
-1.0
-1.0
3.6
3.6
10.1
10.1
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
*2480.00
*2480.00
2483.50
2483.50
4960.00
4960.00
7440.00
7440.00
94.3 PK
64.2 AV
46.6 PK
16.5 AV
39.4 PK
9.3 AV
46.9 PK
16.8 AV
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
74.0
54.0
MARGIN
(dB)
-27.4
-37.5
-34.6
-44.7
-27.1
-37.2
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
3.69 V
3.69 V
3.69 V
3.69 V
1.42 V
1.42 V
1.03 V
1.03 V
233
233
233
233
188
188
169
169
95.3
65.2
47.6
17.5
35.8
5.7
36.8
6.7
-1.0
-1.0
-1.0
-1.0
3.6
3.6
10.1
10.1
REMARKS:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. The DH5 packet was the worse case duty cycle for a transmit dwell time on a channel, based
upon bluetooth theory the transmitter is on 0.625 * 5 per 296.25 ms per channel. Therefore, the
duty cycle correlation factor be equal to: 20log(3.125 / 100)= -30.1 dB
7. The average value of fundamental and harmonic frequency is: Average = Peak value + 20
log(Duty cycle).
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Below 1GHz Data:
BT_GFSK
CHANNEL
TX Channel 39
FREQUENCY RANGE
9kHz ~ 1GHz
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Quasi-Peak (QP)
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
223.98
240.00
322.79
351.99
608.02
654.12
42.5 QP
43.0 QP
41.5 QP
41.1 QP
32.5 QP
32.5 QP
46.0
46.0
46.0
46.0
46.0
46.0
-3.5
-3.0
-4.5
-4.9
-13.5
-13.5
1.00 H
1.50 H
1.01 H
1.00 H
1.50 H
1.50 H
260
152
282
323
360
54.2
53.0
48.6
47.6
32.8
32.2
-11.7
-10.0
-7.1
-6.5
-0.3
0.3
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO.
FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
41.74
144.00
256.28
304.00
351.99
657.06
34.2 QP
32.4 QP
38.3 QP
35.1 QP
33.2 QP
30.1 QP
40.0
43.5
46.0
46.0
46.0
46.0
-5.8
-11.1
-7.7
-10.9
-12.8
-15.9
1.00 V
2.50 V
1.00 V
1.00 V
1.00 V
1.50 V
18
34
225
124
76
334
42.6
40.5
47.6
42.6
39.7
29.7
-8.4
-8.1
-9.3
-7.5
-6.5
0.4
REMARKS:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value.
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4.2.1
Conducted Emission Measurement
Limits of Conducted Emission Measurement
Conducted Limit (dBuV)
Frequency (MHz)
Quasi-peak
Average
0.15 - 0.5
66 - 56
56 - 46
0.50 - 5.0
56
46
5.0 - 30.0
60
50
Note: 1. The lower limit shall apply at the transition frequencies.
2. The limit decreases in line with the logarithm of the frequency in the range of 0.15 to
0.50MHz.
4.2.2 Test Instruments
DESCRIPTION &
CALIBRATED
CALIBRATED
DATE
UNTIL
100287
Apr. 19, 2017
Apr. 18, 2018
ESH3-Z5
848773/004
Oct. 26, 2016
Oct. 25, 2017
ENV216
100071
Nov. 09, 2016
Nov. 08, 2017
RF Cable
5D-FB
COACAB-001
May 23, 2017
May 22, 2018
10 dB PAD
Mini-Circuits
HAT-10+
CONATT-005
June 19, 2017
June 18, 2018
50 ohms Terminator
50
Oct. 26, 2016
Oct. 25, 2017
50 ohms Terminator
N/A
EMC-04
Nov. 02, 2016
Nov. 01, 2017
Software BVADT
BVADT_Cond_
V7.3.7.4
NA
NA
NA
MANUFACTURER
Test Receiver R&S
Line-Impedance
Stabilization Network
(for EUT)
SCHWARZBECK
Line-Impedance
Stabilization Network
(for Peripheral) R&S
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
ESCS 30
Note:
1. The calibration interval of the above test instruments are 12 months and the calibrations are
traceable to NML/ROC and NIST/USA.
2. The test was performed in Shielded Room No. D.
3. The VCCI Con D Registration No. is C-20005.
4. Tested Date: Aug. 24, 2017.
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4.2.3
Test Procedures
a. The EUT was placed 0.4 meters from the conducting wall of the shielded room with EUT being
connected to the power mains through a line impedance stabilization network (LISN). Other
support units were connected to the power mains through another LISN. The two LISNs provide
50 ohm/ 50uH of coupling impedance for the measuring instrument.
b. Both lines of the power mains connected to the EUT were checked for maximum conducted
interference.
c.
The frequency range from 150kHz to 30MHz was searched. Emission levels under (Limit - 20dB)
was not recorded.
NOTE: The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver is 9kHz for quasi-peak
detection (QP) and average detection (AV) at frequency 0.15MHz-30MHz.
4.2.4
Deviation From Test Standard
No deviation.
4.2.5
Test Setup
Vertical Ground
Reference Plane
40cm
Test Receiver
EUT
80cm
LISN
Horizontal Ground
Reference Plane
Note: 1.Support units were connected to second LISN.
2.Both ofplease
LISNs refer
(AMN)
cm from
at least
80
For the actual test configuration,
to are
the 80
attached
fileEUT
(Testand
Setup
Photo).
cm
4.2.6
from other units and other metal planes
support.
units.
EUT Operating
Condition
Same as 4.1.6.
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4.2.7
Test Results (Mode 1)
Phase
No
Line (L)
Freq.
[MHz]
0.16953
0.27891
0.47422
0.92416
1.20313
4.09375
Corr.
Factor
(dB)
10.32
10.35
10.39
10.48
10.49
10.54
Reading Value
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
21.70
12.15
26.79
14.75
41.69
35.05
33.45
26.65
30.16
16.82
26.05
15.36
Detector Function
Emission Level
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
32.02
22.47
37.14
25.10
52.08
45.44
43.93
37.13
40.65
27.31
36.59
25.90
Quasi-Peak (QP) /
Average (AV)
Limit
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
64.98 54.98
60.85 50.85
56.44 46.44
56.00 46.00
56.00 46.00
56.00 46.00
Margin
(dB)
Q.P.
AV.
-32.96 -32.51
-23.71 -25.75
-4.36
-1.00
-12.07
-8.87
-15.35 -18.69
-19.41 -20.10
REMARKS:
1. Q.P. and AV. are abbreviations of quasi-peak and average individually.
2. The emission levels of other frequencies were very low against the limit.
3. Margin value = Emission level – Limit value
4. Correction factor = Insertion loss + Cable loss
5. Emission Level = Correction Factor + Reading Value
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Phase
No
Neutral (N)
Freq.
[MHz]
0.36875
0.47131
0.51328
0.98203
3.33984
25.23047
Corr.
Factor
(dB)
10.36
10.38
10.39
10.47
10.47
11.15
Reading Value
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
13.41
1.27
36.10
31.62
27.25
20.42
27.23
20.00
22.42
13.22
22.29
21.29
Detector Function
Emission Level
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
23.77
11.63
46.48
42.00
37.64
30.81
37.70
30.47
32.89
23.69
33.44
32.44
Quasi-Peak (QP) /
Average (AV)
Limit
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
58.53 48.53
56.49 46.49
56.00 46.00
56.00 46.00
56.00 46.00
60.00 50.00
Margin
(dB)
Q.P.
AV.
-34.76 -36.90
-10.01
-4.49
-18.36 -15.19
-18.30 -15.53
-23.11
-22.31
-26.56 -17.56
REMARKS:
1. Q.P. and AV. are abbreviations of quasi-peak and average individually.
2. The emission levels of other frequencies were very low against the limit.
3. Margin value = Emission level – Limit value
4. Correction factor = Insertion loss + Cable loss
5. Emission Level = Correction Factor + Reading Value
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4.2.8
Test Results (Mode 2)
Phase
No
Line (L)
Freq.
[MHz]
0.16953
0.21250
0.53281
2.77344
9.87891
20.49219
Corr.
Factor
(dB)
10.32
10.33
10.41
10.48
10.83
11.46
Reading Value
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
35.98
23.94
29.51
19.28
23.27
12.17
27.82
22.22
21.64
15.91
22.58
17.61
Detector Function
Emission Level
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
46.30
34.26
39.84
29.61
33.68
22.58
38.30
32.70
32.47
26.74
34.04
29.07
Quasi-Peak (QP) /
Average (AV)
Limit
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
64.98 54.98
63.11
53.11
56.00 46.00
56.00 46.00
60.00 50.00
60.00 50.00
Margin
(dB)
Q.P.
AV.
-18.68 -20.72
-23.27 -23.50
-22.32 -23.42
-17.70 -13.30
-27.53 -23.26
-25.96 -20.93
REMARKS:
1. Q.P. and AV. are abbreviations of quasi-peak and average individually.
2. The emission levels of other frequencies were very low against the limit.
3. Margin value = Emission level – Limit value
4. Correction factor = Insertion loss + Cable loss
5. Emission Level = Correction Factor + Reading Value
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Phase
No
Neutral (N)
Freq.
[MHz]
0.16953
0.21250
0.47422
2.39453
5.02344
9.81641
Corr.
Factor
(dB)
10.73
10.30
10.38
10.48
10.51
10.77
Reading Value
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
35.64
22.36
29.23
18.22
21.52
14.68
28.53
23.57
24.02
17.41
23.24
17.61
Detector Function
Emission Level
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
46.37
33.09
39.53
28.52
31.90
25.06
39.01
34.05
34.53
27.92
34.01
28.38
Quasi-Peak (QP) /
Average (AV)
Limit
[dB (uV)]
Q.P.
AV.
64.98 54.98
63.11
53.11
56.44 46.44
56.00 46.00
60.00 50.00
60.00 50.00
Margin
(dB)
Q.P.
AV.
-18.61 -21.89
-23.58 -24.59
-24.54 -21.38
-16.99
-11.95
-25.47 -22.08
-25.99 -21.62
REMARKS:
1. Q.P. and AV. are abbreviations of quasi-peak and average individually.
2. The emission levels of other frequencies were very low against the limit.
3. Margin value = Emission level – Limit value
4. Correction factor = Insertion loss + Cable loss
5. Emission Level = Correction Factor + Reading Value
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4.3
Number of Hopping Frequency Used
4.3.1
Limits of Hopping Frequency Used Measurement
At least 15 channels frequencies, and should be equally spaced.
4.3.2
Test Setup
EUT
Spectrum
Analyzer
Attenuator
4.3.3
Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.3.4
a.
Test Procedure
Check the calibration of the measuring instrument (SA) using either an internal calibrator or a
known signal from an external generator.
b.
Turn on the EUT and connect its antenna terminal to measurement via a low loss cable. Then set
it to any one measured frequency within its operating range and make sure the instrument is
operated in its linear range.
c.
Set the SA on MaxHold Mode, and then keep the EUT in hopping mode. Record all the signals
from each channel until each one has been recorded.
d.
Set the SA on View mode and then plot the result on SA screen.
e.
Repeat above procedures until all frequencies measured were complete.
4.3.5
Deviation fromTest Standard
No deviation.
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4.3.6 Test Results
There are 79 hopping frequencies in the hopping mode. Please refer to next page for the test result. On
the plots, it shows that the hopping frequencies are equally spaced.
GFSK
8DPSK
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4.4
4.4.1
Dwell Time on Each Channel
Limits of Dwell Time on Each Channel Measurement
The average time of occupancy on any channel shall not be greater than 0.4 seconds within a period of
0.4 seconds multiplied by the number of hopping channels employed.
4.4.2
Test Setup
EUT
4.4.3
Spectrum
Analyzer
Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.4.4
Test Procedures
a. Check the calibration of the measuring instrument (SA) using either an internal calibrator or a
known signal from an external generator.
b. Turn on the EUT and connect its antenna terminal to measurement via a low loss cable. Then set
it to any one measured frequency within its operating range and make sure the instrument is
operated in its linear range.
c. Adjust the center frequency of SA on any frequency be measured and set SA to zero span mode.
And then, set RBW and VBW of spectrum analyzer to proper value.
d. Measure the time duration of one transmission on the measured frequency. And then plot the
result with time difference of this time duration.
e. Repeat above procedures until all different time-slot modes have been completed.
4.4.5
Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
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Test Results
GFSK
Mode
Number of transmission in a
31.6 (79Hopping*0.4)
Length of
transmission
time (msec)
Result
(msec)
Limit
(msec)
DH1
50 (times / 5 sec) * 6.32 = 316 times
0.432
136.51
400
DH3
27 (times / 5 sec) * 6.32 = 170.64 times
1.7
290.09
400
DH5
17 (times / 5 sec) * 6.32 = 107.44 times
3.008
323.18
400
NOTE: Test plots of the transmitting time slot are shown on next page.
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DH1
DH3
DH5
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8DPSK
Mode
Number of transmission in a
31.6 (79Hopping*0.4)
Length of
transmission
time (msec)
Result
(msec)
Limit
(msec)
3DH1
50 (times / 5 sec) * 6.32 = 316 times
0.438
138.41
400
3DH3
25 (times / 5 sec) * 6.32 = 158 times
1.7
268.6
400
3DH5
16 (times / 5 sec) * 6.32 = 101.12 times
3.056
309.02
400
NOTE: Test plots of the transmitting time slot are shown on next page.
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3DH1
3DH3
3DH5
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4.5
4.5.1
Channel Bandwidth
Limits of Channel Bandwidth Measurement
For frequency hopping system operating in the 2400-2483.5MHz, If the 20dB bandwidth of hopping
channel is greater than 25kHz, two-thirds 20dBbandwidth of hopping channel shell be a minimum limit for
the hopping channel separation.
4.5.2
Test Setup
EUT
4.5.3
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.5.4 Test Procedure
a. Check the calibration of the measuring instrument using either an internal calibrator or a known signal
from an external generator.
b. Turn on the EUT and connect it to measurement instrument. Then set it to any one convenient
frequency within its operating range. Set a reference level on the measuring instrument equal to the
highest peak value.
c. Measure the frequency difference of two frequencies that were attenuated 20dB from the reference
level. Record the frequency difference as the emission bandwidth.
d. Detector = peak
e. Repeat above procedures until all frequencies measured were complete.
4.5.5
Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.5.6
EUT Operating Condition
The software provided by client enabled the EUT to transmit and receive data at lowest, middle and
highest channel frequencies individually.
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Test Results
20dB Bandwidth (MHz)
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
GFSK
8DPSK
2402
0.94
1.26
39
2441
0.93
1.26
78
2480
0.95
1.26
Spectrum Plot of Worst Value
GFSK / CH 78
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4.6
Hopping Channel Separation
4.6.1
Limits of Hopping Channel Separation Measurement
At least 25kHz or two-third of 20dB hopping channel bandwidth (whichever is greater).
4.6.2
Test Setup
EUT
Attenuator
4.6.3
Spectrum
Analyzer
Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.6.4
Test Procedure
Measurement Procedure REF
a. Check the calibration of the measuring instrument using either an internal calibrator or a known
signal from an external generator.
b. Turn on the EUT and connect it to measurement instrument. Then set it to any one convenient
frequency within its operating range.
c. By using the MaxHold function record the separation of two adjacent channels.
d. Measure the frequency difference of these two adjacent channels by SA MARK function. And then
plot the result on SA screen.
e. Repeat above procedures until all frequencies measured were complete.
4.6.5 Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
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Test Results
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Adjacent Channel
20dB
Separation (MHz) Bandwidth (MHz)
Minimum Limit
(MHz)
GFSK
8DPSK
GFSK
8DPSK
GFSK
8DPSK
Pass / Fail
2402
1.00
1.00
0.94
1.26
0.63
0.84
Pass
39
2441
1.00
1.00
0.93
1.26
0.62
0.84
Pass
78
2480
1.00
1.00
0.95
1.26
0.64
0.84
Pass
NOTE: The minimum limit is two-third 20dB bandwidth.
Spectrum Plot of Worst Value
GFSK / CH39
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4.7
Maximum Output Power
4.7.1
Limits of Maximum Output Power Measurement
The Maximum Output Power Measurement is 125mW.
4.7.2
Test Setup
EUT
Attenuator
4.7.3
Spectrum
Analyzer
Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.7.4
Test Procedure
a. Check the calibration of the measuring instrument using either an internal calibrator or a known
signal from an external generator.
b. Turn on the EUT and connect it to measurement instrument. Then set it to any one convenient
frequency within its operating range. Set a reference level on the measuring instrument equal to the
highest peak value.
c. The center frequency of the spectrum analyzer is set to the fundamental frequency and using 3MHz
RBW and 10 MHz VBW.
d. Measure the captured power within the band and recording the plot.
e. Repeat above procedures until all frequencies required were complete.
4.7.5
Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.7.6 EUT Operating Condition
The software provided by client enabled the EUT to transmit and receive data at lowest, middle and
highest channel frequencies individually.
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Test Results
Channel
Output Power
(mW)
Frequency
(MHZ)
Output Power
(dBm)
GFSK
8DPSK
GFSK
8DPSK
Power
Limit (mW)
Pass / Fail
2402
1.493
1.119
1.74
0.49
125
Pass
39
2441
1.552
1.211
1.91
0.83
125
Pass
78
2480
1.545
1.205
1.89
0.81
125
Pass
Spectrum Plot of Worst Value
GFSK / CH39
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4.8
Conducted Out of Band Emission Measurement
4.8.1
Limits of Conducted Out of Band Emission Measurement
Below –20dB of the highest emission level of operating band (in 100kHz RBW).
4.8.2
Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.8.3
Test Procedure
The transmitter output was connected to the spectrum analyzer via a low lose cable. Set both RBW and
VBW of spectrum analyzer to 100 kHz and 300 kHz with suitable frequency span including 100 MHz
bandwidth from band edge. The band edges was measured and recorded.
4.8.4
Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.8.5
EUT Operating Condition
The software provided by client enabled the EUT to transmit and receive data at lowest, middle and
highest channel frequencies individually.
4.8.6
Test Results
The spectrum plots are attached on the following images. D1 line indicates the highest level, D2 line
indicates the 20dB offset below D1. It shows compliance with the requirement.
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GFSK
Hopping disabled_ Low Channel
Hopping disabled_ High Channel
Hopping enabled_ Low Channel
Hopping enabled_ High Channel
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Hopping disabled_ Low Channel
Hopping disabled_ High Channel
Hopping enabled_ Low Channel
Hopping enabled_ High Channel
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Pictures of Test Arrangements
Please refer to the attached file (Test Setup Photo).
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Appendix – Information on the Testing Laboratories
We, Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services (H.K.) Ltd., Taoyuan Branch, were founded in 1988 to
provide our best service in EMC, Radio, Telecom and Safety consultation. Our laboratories are FCC
recognized accredited test firms and accredited according to ISO/IEC 17025.
If you have any comments, please feel free to contact us at the following:
Linko EMC/RF Lab
Hsin Chu EMC/RF/Telecom Lab
Tel: 886-2-26052180
Tel: 886-3-6668565
Fax: 886-2-26051924
Fax: 886-3-6668323
Hwa Ya EMC/RF/Safety Lab
Tel: 886-3-3183232
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