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EMC TEST REPORT
(FULL COMPLIANCE)
Report Number: 102965577BOX-016
Project Number: G102965577
Report Issue Date: 06/08/2017
Model(s) Tested:
Model(s) Not Tested but declared equivalent by the
client:
Standards:
7100MHB (Bluetooth Low Energy)
7150MHB
FCC Part 15 Subpart C: 04/2017
FCC Part 15 Subpart B: 04/2017
RSS 247 Issue 2: 02/2017
RSS 102 Issue 5: 03/2015
ICES 003 Issue 6: 01/2016
Tested by:
Intertek Testing Services NA, Inc.
70 Codman Hill Road
Boxborough, MA 01719
USA
Client:
Philips Lifeline.
111 Lawrence St
Framingham, MA 01702-8156
USA
Report prepared by Naga Suryadevara
Report reviewed by Michael F Murphy
Naga Suryadevara/EMC Engineer
Michael F Murphy/Technical Team Lead
This report is for the exclusive use of Intertek's Client and is provided pursuant to the agreement between
Intertek and its Client. Intertek's responsibility and liability are limited to the terms and conditions of the
agreement. Intertek assumes no liability to any party, other than to the Client in accordance with the agreement,
for any loss, expense or damage occasioned by the use of this report. Only the Client is authorized to permit
copying or distribution of this report and then only in its entirety. Any use of the Intertek name or one of its
marks for the sale or advertisement of the tested material, product or service must first be approved in writing by
Intertek. The observations and test results in this report are relevant only to the sample tested. This report by
itself does not imply that the material, product, or service is or has ever been under an Intertek certification
program.
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Table of Contents
Introduction and Conclusion .............................................................................................................. 3
Test Summary ...................................................................................................................................... 3
Client Information ................................................................................................................................ 4
Description of Equipment Under Test and Variant Models ............................................................. 4
System Setup and Method .................................................................................................................. 6
Output Power and Human RF Exposure ........................................................................................... 7
Power Spectral Density ..................................................................................................................... 14
Occupied and 6dB Bandwidth .......................................................................................................... 19
9 Radiated Emissions (Transmitter Spurious - Out of Band and Band edge Emissions, Digital
Device and Receiver) ................................................................................................................................ 26
10
AC Mains Conducted Emissions .................................................................................................. 33
11
Revision History ............................................................................................................................. 38
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Introduction and Conclusion
The tests indicated in section 2.0 were performed on the product constructed as described in section 4.0.
The remaining test sections are the verbatim text from the actual data sheets used during the
investigation. These test sections include the test name, the specified test Method, a list of the actual Test
Equipment Used, documentation Photos, Results and raw Data. No additions, deviations, or exclusions
have been made from the standard(s) unless specifically noted.
Based on the results of our investigation, we have concluded the product tested complies with the
requirements of the standard(s) indicated. The results obtained in this test report pertain only to the
item(s) tested. Intertek does not make any claims of compliance for samples or variants which were not
tested.
Test Summary
Section
Test full name
Result
Client Information
Description of Equipment Under Test and Variant Models
System Setup and Method
Output Power and Human RF Exposure
(CFR47 FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.247): 04/2017
RSS 247: 02/2017
RSS 102: 03/2015)
Pass
Power Spectral Density
(CFR47 FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.247): 04/2017
RSS 247: 02/2017)
Pass
Occupied (99%) and 6 dB Bandwidth
(CFR47 FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.247): 04/2017
RSS 247: 02/2017)
Pass
Transmitter Spurious Emissions (Band Edge, Out of Band, Digital
Device and Receiver)
(CFR47 FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.247): 04/2017
CFR47 FCC Part 15 Subpart B: 04/2017
RSS 247: 02/2017
ICES 003: 01/2016)
Pass
10
AC Mains Conducted Emissions
(CFR47 FCC Part 15 Subpart B: 04/2017
ICES 003: 01/2016)
Pass
11
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Client Information
This EUT was tested at the request of:
Client:
Philips Lifeline
111 Lawrence St
Framingham, MA 01702-8156
USA
Contact:
Telephone:
Fax:
Email:
Bill Bekdash
+972 9 9603900
None
[email protected]
Description of Equipment Under Test and Variant Models
Manufacturer:
Philips Lifeline
111 Lawrence St
Framingham, MA 01702-8156
USA.
Description
Medical alert system.
Equipment Under Test
Manufacturer
Model Number
Philips Lifeline
7100MHB
Medical alert system.
Philips Lifeline
7100MHB
AC Adapter
Philips Lifeline
MANGO018-7.5B-USA2
Receive Date:
Received Condition:
Type:
Serial Number
1040000149
(Unit 1)
1040000123
(Unit 2)
(Not Labeled)
04/20/2017
Good
Production
Description of Equipment Under Test (provided by client)
Medical alert system.
Rated Voltage
Button (Internal Battery)
AC - DC Adapter (100240VAC)
Equipment Under Test Power Configuration
Rated Current
Rated Frequency
0.5A
N/A
0.5A
50/60Hz
Number of Phases
Single
Single
Operating modes of the EUT:
No. Descriptions of EUT Exercising
Bluetooth LE Transmit mode
Bluetooth LE Receive mode
Charging mode
Software used by the EUT:
No. Descriptions of EUT Exercising
X2.0.41619
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Frequency Band(s)
Modulation Type(s)
Data rates
Maximum Output Power
Test Channels
Issued: 06/08/2017
Radio/Receiver Characteristics
2402 – 2480 MHz
OFDM
2 Mbps
0.97 dBm (EIRP)
Channel low - 2402 MHz
Channel middle - 2440 MHz
Channel high - 2480 MHz
Occupied Bandwidth
Frequency Hopper: Number of Hopping
Channels
Frequency Hopper: Channel Dwell Time
MIMO Information (# of Transmit and
Receive antenna ports)
Equipment Type
ETSI LBT/Adaptivity
ETSI Adaptivity Type
ETSI Temperature Category (I, II, III)
ETSI Receiver Category (1, 2, 3)
Antenna Type and Gain
1.867 MHz
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standalone Host
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Ceramic Chip Antenna, gain varies from 0.7 to 1.7 dBi
Variant Models:
The following variant models were not tested as part of this evaluation, but have been identified by the
manufacturer as being electrically identical models, depopulated models, or with reasonable similarity to
the model(s) tested. Intertek does not make any claims of compliance for samples or variants which were
not tested.
7150MHB
The models covered are 7100MHB and 7150MHB. The tested model covered in this report is the
7100MHB. It represents the worse-case of the 7100MHB and 7150MHB. According to the manufacturer,
the 7150MHB help button is physically identical to the 7100MHB. They both have the exactly same
hardware, including cellular, WiFi, Bluetooth modules. The only difference is in the firmware configuration
on turning ON/OFF the ISM transceiver.
The 7100MHB is configured to use the ISM transceiver to report alarm and device status via 7000C or
7000L communicator when the 7100MHB user is at home. The 7150MHB is configured NOT to use the
ISM transceiver, and report alarm and device status ONLY through the cell network. Note that when the
7100MHB is out of the 7000C or 7000L communicators range, it behaves exactly the same as 7150MHB
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System Setup and Method
ID
Description
--
Adapter to charging cup (fixed)
Description
Laptop
5.1
Issued: 06/08/2017
Cables
Length
(m)
Shielding
Ferrites
Termination
None
None
Charger
Support Equipment
Manufacturer
Model Number
Toshiba
Satellite-C55-B5272
Serial Number
5E247026P
Method:
Configuration as required by FCC Part 15 Subpart C: 06/2017, FCC Part 15 Subpart B: 06/2017, RSS 247
Issue 2: 02/2017, RSS 102 Issue 5: 03/2015, ICES 003 Issue 6: 01/2016, ANSI C 63.10: 2013 and ANSI
C 63.4: 2014
5.2
EUT Block Diagram:
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Output Power and Human RF Exposure
6.1
Method
Tests are performed in accordance with FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.247) and RSS 247.
TEST SITE: 10m ALSE
The 10m ALSE is 13m (Length) x 21m (Depth) x 10m (Height) with the effective size in terms of space from the
tips of the absorber is 12m (Length) x 20m (Depth) x 8.5m (Height). This chamber achieves broadband
performance using a unique arrangement of hybrid and ferrite tile absorber. This chamber has a built in 3m
diameter turntable (Embedded type). The metal structure of the table makes electrical connection around the
entire circumference of the turntable to the ground plane with a metal brush type connection. The turntable is
located on one end of the chamber and the antennas are mounted 3 and 10 meters away at the other end of
the chamber on the adjustable an Antenna Mast. The antenna mast is a non-conductive bore sighted type with
remote control of antenna height and polarization. The Antenna Mast and the turntable can be remotely
controlled through the controller located in the adjacent Control room. A Styrofoam table 80 cm high is used for
table-top equipment.
Measurement Uncertainty
Measurement
Radiated Emissions, 10m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Frequency
Range
30-1000 MHz
30-1000 MHz
1-6 GHz
6-15 GHz
15-18 GHz
18-40 GHz
As shown in the table above our radiated emissions
Expanded
Uncertainty
(k=2)
4.6 dB
5.3 dB
4.5 dB
5.2 dB
5.0 dB
5.0 dB
Ucispr
6.3 dB
6.3 dB
5.2 dB
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
U lab is less than the corresponding U CISPR reference
value in CISPR 16-4-2 Table 1, hence the compliance of the product is only based on the measured
value, and no measurement uncertainty correction is required, based on CISPR 22 and CISPR 11 (for
2006 and later revisions) Clause 11.
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Sample Calculation
The field strength is calculated by adding the Antenna Factor and Cable Factor, and subtracting the
Amplifier Gain (if any) from the measured reading. The basic equation with a sample calculation is as
follows:
FS = RA + AF + CF - AG
Where
FS = Field Strength in dBV/m
RA = Receiver Amplitude (including preamplifier) in dBV
CF = Cable Attenuation Factor in dB
AF = Antenna Factor in dB
AG = Amplifier Gain in dB
In the following table(s), the reading shown on the data table reflects the preamplifier gain. An example
for the calculations in the following table is as follows.
Assume a receiver reading of 52.0 dBV is obtained. The antenna factor of 7.4 dB and cable factor of
1.6 dB is added. The amplifier gain of 29 dB is subtracted, giving a field strength of 32 dBV/m. This
value in dBV/m was converted to its corresponding level in V/m.
RA = 52.0 dBV
AF = 7.4 dB/m
CF = 1.6 dB
AG = 29.0 dB
FS = 32 dBV/m
To convert from dBV to V or mV the following was used:
where UF = Net Reading in V
NF = Net Reading in dBV
(NF / 20)
UF = 10
Example:
FS = RA + AF + CF – AG = 52.0 + 7.4 + 1.6 – 29.0 = 32.0
(32 dBV / 20)
UF = 10
= 39.8 V/m
Alternately, when C5 Software is used, the “Level” includes all losses and gains and is compared directly
in the “Margin” column to the “Limit”. “AF” is the Antenna Factor; “PA+CL” are Preamp and Cable Loss.
These are already accounted for in the “Level” column.
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6.2
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Test Equipment Used:
Asset
Description
Manufacturer
DAV004’
145128’
ETS002’
Weather Station
EMI Receiver (20 Hz - 40 Ghz)
1-18GHz DRG Horn Antenna
Davis Instruments
Rohde & Schwarz
ETS Lindgren
145-416’
Cables 145-420 145-423 145-424 145-408
Huber + Suhner
Software Utilized:
Name
EMI Boxborough.xlsx
6.3
Model
7400
ESIB 40
3117
3m Track B
cables
Serial
PE80529A61
839283/001
00143260
Cal Date
Cal Due
05/02/2016
03/15/2017
05/13/2016
05/02/2017
03/15/2018
05/13/2017
multiple
07/30/2016
07/30/2017
Manufacturer
Version
Intertek Boxborough
08/27/2010
Results:
The sample tested was found to Comply. The limit for maximum peak output power(conducted) is 1 watt
(30 dBm) for devices with antenna gain less than 6dBi. Since test was performed in radiated fashion a
limit of 36dBm is used.
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6.4
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Plots/Data:
Low Channel 2402 MHz
Company: Philips Lifeline
Antenna & Cables:
HF
Bands: N, LF, HF, SHF
Model #: 7100MHB
Antenna: ETS002 05-13-2017.txt ETS002 05-13-2017.txt
Serial #: As specified in the report
Cable(s): 3M track B_10k-18GHz.txt NONE.
Engineers: Vathana Ven
Location: 10m Chamber Barometer: DAV004
Filter:
NONE
Project #: G102965577
Date(s): 04/05/17
Standard: FCC Part 15 Subpart C 15.247
Temp/Humidity/Pressure: 21c
32%
1005mB
Receiver: R&S ESI (145128) 03-15-2017
Limit Distance (m): 3
PreAmp: 145-014_07-01-2017.txt
Test Distance (m): 3
PreAmp Used? (Y or N):
Voltage/Frequency:
Internal Battery
Frequency Range: Frequencies Shown
Net = Reading (dBuV/m) + Antenna Factor (dB1/m) + Cable Loss (dB) - Preamp Factor (dB) - Distance Factor (dB)
Peak: PK Quasi-Peak: QP Average: AVG RMS: RMS; NF = Noise Floor, RB = Restricted Band; Bandwidth denoted as RBW/VBW
Ant.
Antenna
Cable
Pre-amp Distance
EIRP
EIRP
Detector
Pol.
Frequency Reading
Factor
Loss
Factor
Factor
Net
Limit
Margin Bandwidth
Type
(V/H)
MHz
dB(uV)
dB(1/m)
dB
dB
dB
dBm
dBm
dB
Note: RF Output Power, 2402 MHz, X-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2402.000
85.84
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-5.42
36.00
-41.42
5/10 MHz
PK
2402.000
92.23
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
0.97
36.00
-35.03
5/10 MHz
PK
2402.000
85.84
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-5.42
36.00
-41.42
1/3 MHz
PK
2402.000
92.22
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
0.96
36.00
-35.04
1/3 MHz
Note: RF Output Power, 2402 MHz, Y-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2402.000
83.33
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-7.93
36.00
-43.93
5/10 MHz
PK
2402.000
86.19
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-5.07
36.00
-41.07
5/10 MHz
PK
2402.000
83.33
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-7.93
36.00
-43.93
1/3 MHz
PK
2402.000
86.19
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-5.07
36.00
-41.07
1/3 MHz
Note: RF Output Power, 2402 MHz, Z-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2402.000
87.01
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-4.25
36.00
-40.25
5/10 MHz
PK
2402.000
85.31
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-5.95
36.00
-41.95
5/10 MHz
PK
2402.000
87.01
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-4.25
36.00
-40.25
1/3 MHz
PK
2402.000
85.31
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-5.95
36.00
-41.95
1/3 MHz
Mid Channel 2440 MHz
Ant.
Pol.
(V/H)
Antenna
Cable
Pre-amp Distance
EIRP
EIRP
Detector
Frequency Reading
Factor
Loss
Factor
Factor
Net
Limit
Margin Bandwidth
Type
MHz
dB(uV)
dB(1/m)
dB
dB
dB
dBm
dBm
dB
Note: RF Output Power, 2440 MHz, X-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2440.000
84.67
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-6.49
36.00
-42.49
5/10 MHz
PK
2440.000
90.85
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-0.31
36.00
-36.31
5/10 MHz
PK
2440.000
84.67
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-6.49
36.00
-42.49
1/3 MHz
PK
2440.000
90.85
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-0.31
36.00
-36.31
1/3 MHz
Note: RF Output Power, 2440 MHz, Y-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2440.000
83.64
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-7.52
36.00
-43.52
5/10 MHz
PK
2440.000
89.20
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-1.96
36.00
-37.96
5/10 MHz
PK
2440.000
83.64
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-7.52
36.00
-43.52
1/3 MHz
PK
2440.000
89.20
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-1.96
36.00
-37.96
1/3 MHz
Note: RF Output Power, 2440 MHz, Z-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2440.000
88.11
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-3.05
36.00
-39.05
5/10 MHz
PK
2440.000
82.81
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-8.35
36.00
-44.35
5/10 MHz
PK
2440.000
88.11
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-3.05
36.00
-39.05
1/3 MHz
PK
2440.000
82.81
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-8.35
36.00
-44.35
1/3 MHz
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High Channel 2480 MHz
Ant.
Pol.
(V/H)
Antenna
Cable
Pre-amp Distance
EIRP
EIRP
Detector
Frequency Reading
Factor
Loss
Factor
Factor
Net
Limit
Margin Bandwidth
Type
MHz
dB(uV)
dB(1/m)
dB
dB
dB
dBm
dBm
dB
Note: RF Output Power, 2480 MHz, X-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2480.000
83.27
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-7.80
36.00
-43.80
5/10 MHz
PK
2480.000
89.35
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-1.72
36.00
-37.72
5/10 MHz
PK
2480.000
83.27
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-7.80
36.00
-43.80
1/3 MHz
PK
2480.000
89.35
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-1.72
36.00
-37.72
1/3 MHz
Note: RF Output Power, 2480 MHz, Y-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2480.000
84.46
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-6.61
36.00
-42.61
5/10 MHz
PK
2480.000
87.15
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-3.92
36.00
-39.92
5/10 MHz
PK
2480.000
84.46
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-6.61
36.00
-42.61
1/3 MHz
PK
2480.000
87.15
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-3.92
36.00
-39.92
1/3 MHz
Note: RF Output Power, 2480 MHz, Z-axis
Note: EIRP Obtained by applying the path loss correction for a 3m test distance, E(dBuV/m)@3m - 95.22 = dBm EIRP
PK
2480.000
85.77
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-5.30
36.00
-41.30
5/10 MHz
PK
2480.000
85.57
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-5.50
36.00
-41.50
5/10 MHz
PK
2480.000
85.77
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-5.30
36.00
-41.30
1/3 MHz
PK
2480.000
85.57
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
-5.50
36.00
-41.50
1/3 MHz
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FCC SAR Exemption per KDB 447498
Maximum output power measured = 0.97 dBm = 1.25025 mW
= (1.25025/5)*(sqrt(2.402))
= 0.3874 < 3.0 (below the limit SAR Exempt per FCC)
RSS 102 SAR Exemption
The measured maximum output power 1.25025 mW is less than 2 mW limit at 3500 MHz. So the
device meets the SAR exemption requirements.
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Report Number: 102965577BOX-016
Test Personnel:
Supervising/Reviewing
Engineer:
(Where Applicable)
Product Standard:
Input Voltage:
Pretest Verification w/
Ambient Signals or
BB Source:
Vathana F. Ven
N/A
FCC Part 15 Subpart C
(15.247)
RSS 247
Issued: 06/08/2017
Test Date:
Limit Applied:
04/05/2017
As specified in section 6.3
Internal Battery
Yes – Signal generator
Ambient Temperature:
21 ºC
Relative Humidity:
32 %
Atmospheric Pressure:
1005 mbars
Deviations, Additions, or Exclusions: None
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Power Spectral Density
7.1
Method
Tests are performed in accordance with FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.247) and RSS 247.
TEST SITE: 10m ALSE
The 10m ALSE is 13m (Length) x 21m (Depth) x 10m (Height) with the effective size in terms of space from the
tips of the absorber is 12m (Length) x 20m (Depth) x 8.5m (Height). This chamber achieves broadband
performance using a unique arrangement of hybrid and ferrite tile absorber. This chamber has a built in 3m
diameter turntable (Embedded type). The metal structure of the table makes electrical connection around the
entire circumference of the turntable to the ground plane with a metal brush type connection. The turntable is
located on one end of the chamber and the antennas are mounted 3 and 10 meters away at the other end of
the chamber on the adjustable an Antenna Mast. The antenna mast is a non-conductive bore sighted type with
remote control of antenna height and polarization. The Antenna Mast and the turntable can be remotely
controlled through the controller located in the adjacent Control room. A Styrofoam table 80 cm high is used for
table-top equipment.
Measurement Uncertainty
Measurement
Radiated Emissions, 10m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Frequency
Range
30-1000 MHz
30-1000 MHz
1-6 GHz
6-15 GHz
15-18 GHz
18-40 GHz
As shown in the table above our radiated emissions
Expanded
Uncertainty
(k=2)
4.6 dB
5.3 dB
4.5 dB
5.2 dB
5.0 dB
5.0 dB
Ucispr
6.3 dB
6.3 dB
5.2 dB
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
U lab is less than the corresponding U CISPR reference
value in CISPR 16-4-2 Table 1, hence the compliance of the product is only based on the measured
value, and no measurement uncertainty correction is required, based on CISPR 22 and CISPR 11 (for
2006 and later revisions) Clause 11.
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Sample Calculation
The field strength is calculated by adding the Antenna Factor and Cable Factor, and subtracting the
Amplifier Gain (if any) from the measured reading. The basic equation with a sample calculation is as
follows:
FS = RA + AF + CF - AG
Where
FS = Field Strength in dBV/m
RA = Receiver Amplitude (including preamplifier) in dBV
CF = Cable Attenuation Factor in dB
AF = Antenna Factor in dB
AG = Amplifier Gain in dB
In the following table(s), the reading shown on the data table reflects the preamplifier gain. An example
for the calculations in the following table is as follows.
Assume a receiver reading of 52.0 dBV is obtained. The antenna factor of 7.4 dB and cable factor of
1.6 dB is added. The amplifier gain of 29 dB is subtracted, giving a field strength of 32 dBV/m. This
value in dBV/m was converted to its corresponding level in V/m.
RA = 52.0 dBV
AF = 7.4 dB/m
CF = 1.6 dB
AG = 29.0 dB
FS = 32 dBV/m
To convert from dBV to V or mV the following was used:
where UF = Net Reading in V
NF = Net Reading in dBV
(NF / 20)
UF = 10
Example:
FS = RA + AF + CF – AG = 52.0 + 7.4 + 1.6 – 29.0 = 32.0
(32 dBV / 20)
UF = 10
= 39.8 V/m
Alternately, when C5 Software is used, the “Level” includes all losses and gains and is compared directly
in the “Margin” column to the “Limit”. “AF” is the Antenna Factor; “PA+CL” are Preamp and Cable Loss.
These are already accounted for in the “Level” column.
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7.2
Issued: 06/08/2017
Test Equipment Used:
Asset
Description
Manufacturer
DAV004’
145128’
ETS002’
Weather Station
EMI Receiver (20 Hz - 40 Ghz)
1-18GHz DRG Horn Antenna
Davis Instruments
Rohde & Schwarz
ETS Lindgren
145-416’
Cables 145-420 145-423 145-424 145-408
Huber + Suhner
Software Utilized:
Name
EMI Boxborough.xlsx
7.3
Model
7400
ESIB 40
3117
3m Track B
cables
Serial
PE80529A61
839283/001
00143260
Cal Date
Cal Due
05/02/2016
03/15/2017
05/13/2016
05/02/2017
03/15/2018
05/13/2017
multiple
07/30/2016
07/30/2017
Manufacturer
Version
Intertek Boxborough
08/27/2010
Results:
The sample tested was found to Comply. The limit for power spectral density is 8dBm.
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7.4
Issued: 06/08/2017
Plots/Data:
Low Channel 2402 MHz
Company: Philips Lifeline
Antenna & Cables:
HF
Bands: N, LF, HF, SHF
Model #: 7100MHB
Antenna: ETS002 05-13-2017.txt ETS002 05-13-2017.txt
Serial #: As specified in the report
Cable(s): 3M track B_10k-18GHz.txt NONE.
Engineers: Vathana Ven
Location: 10m Chamber Barometer: DAV004
Filter:
NONE
Project #: G102965577
Date(s): 04/05/17
Standard: FCC Part 15 Subpart C 15.247
Temp/Humidity/Pressure: 21c
32%
1005mB
Receiver: R&S ESI (145128) 03-15-2017
Limit Distance (m): 3
PreAmp: 145-014_07-01-2017.txt
Test Distance (m): 3
PreAmp Used? (Y or N):
Voltage/Frequency:
Internal Battery
Frequency Range: Frequencies Shown
Net = Reading (dBuV/m) + Antenna Factor (dB1/m) + Cable Loss (dB) - Preamp Factor (dB) - Distance Factor (dB)
Peak: PK Quasi-Peak: QP Average: AVG RMS: RMS; NF = Noise Floor, RB = Restricted Band; Bandwidth denoted as RBW/VBW
Ant.
Antenna
Cable
Pre-amp Distance
EIRP
EIRP
Detector
Pol.
Frequency Reading
Factor
Loss
Factor
Factor
Net
Limit
Margin Bandwidth
Type
(V/H)
MHz
dB(uV)
dB(1/m)
dB
dB
dB
dBm
dBm
dB
Power spectral density, 2402 MHz, X-axis
PK
2402.000
71.61
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-19.65
8.00
-27.65
3/10 kHz
PK
2402.000
78.10
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-13.16
8.00
-21.16
3/10 kHz
Power Spectral Density, 2402 MHz, Y-axis
PK
2402.000
69.28
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-21.98
8.00
-29.98
3/10 kHz
PK
2402.000
71.47
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-19.79
8.00
-27.79
3/10 kHz
Power Spectral Density, 2402 MHz, Z-axis
PK
2402.000
72.17
32.15
5.11
33.30
0.00
-19.09
8.00
-27.09
3/10 kHz
PK
2440.000
71.46
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
-19.70
8.00
-27.70
3/10 kHz
Mid Channel 2440 MHz
Detector
Type
Ant.
Pol.
(V/H)
Frequency
MHz
Reading
dB(uV)
PK
PK
2440.000
2440.000
70.33
77.10
PK
PK
2440.000
2440.000
69.87
76.03
PK
PK
2440.000
2440.000
73.42
69.33
Detector
Type
Ant.
Pol.
(V/H)
Frequency
MHz
Reading
dB(uV)
PK
PK
2480.000
2480.000
68.89
74.40
PK
PK
2480.000
2480.000
70.38
72.76
PK
PK
2480.000
2480.000
71.25
71.76
Antenna
Cable
Pre-amp Distance
Factor
Loss
Factor
Factor
dB(1/m)
dB
dB
dB
Power Spectral Density, 2440 MHz, X-axis
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
Power Spectral Density, 2440 MHz, Y-axis
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
Power Spectral Density, 2440 MHz, Z-axis
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
32.22
5.14
33.30
0.00
EIRP
Net
dBm
EIRP
Limit
dBm
Margin
dB
Bandwidth
-20.83
-14.06
8.00
8.00
-28.83
-22.06
3/10 kHz
3/10 kHz
-21.29
-15.13
8.00
8.00
-29.29
-23.13
3/10 kHz
3/10 kHz
-17.74
-21.83
8.00
8.00
-25.74
-29.83
3/10 kHz
3/10 kHz
EIRP
Net
dBm
EIRP
Limit
dBm
Margin
dB
Bandwidth
-22.18
-16.67
8.00
8.00
-30.18
-24.67
3/10 kHz
3/10 kHz
-20.69
-18.31
8.00
8.00
-28.69
-26.31
3/10 kHz
3/10 kHz
-19.82
-19.31
8.00
8.00
-27.82
-27.31
3/10 kHz
3/10 kHz
High Channel 2480 MHz
Antenna
Cable
Pre-amp Distance
Factor
Loss
Factor
Factor
dB(1/m)
dB
dB
dB
Power Spectral Density, 2480 MHz, X-axis
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
Power Spectral Density, 2480 MHz, Y-axis
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
Power Spectral Density, 2480 MHz, Z-axis
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
32.29
5.18
33.33
0.00
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Intertek
Report Number: 102965577BOX-016
Test Personnel:
Supervising/Reviewing
Engineer:
(Where Applicable)
Product Standard:
Input Voltage:
Pretest Verification w/
Ambient Signals or
BB Source:
Vathana F. Ven
N/A
FCC Part 15 Subpart C
(15.247)
RSS 247
Issued: 06/08/2017
Test Date:
Limit Applied:
04/05/2017
As specified in section 7.3
Internal Battery
Yes – Signal generator
Ambient Temperature:
21 ºC
Relative Humidity:
32 %
Atmospheric Pressure:
1005 mbars
Deviations, Additions, or Exclusions: None
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Occupied and 6dB Bandwidth
8.1
Method
Tests are performed in accordance with FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.247) and RSS 247.
TEST SITE: 10m ALSE
The 10m ALSE is 13m (Length) x 21m (Depth) x 10m (Height) with the effective size in terms of space from the
tips of the absorber is 12m (Length) x 20m (Depth) x 8.5m (Height). This chamber achieves broadband
performance using a unique arrangement of hybrid and ferrite tile absorber. This chamber has a built in 3m
diameter turntable (Embedded type). The metal structure of the table makes electrical connection around the
entire circumference of the turntable to the ground plane with a metal brush type connection. The turntable is
located on one end of the chamber and the antennas are mounted 3 and 10 meters away at the other end of
the chamber on the adjustable an Antenna Mast. The antenna mast is a non-conductive bore sighted type with
remote control of antenna height and polarization. The Antenna Mast and the turntable can be remotely
controlled through the controller located in the adjacent Control room. A Styrofoam table 80 cm high is used for
table-top equipment.
Measurement Uncertainty
Measurement
Radiated Emissions, 10m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Frequency
Range
30-1000 MHz
30-1000 MHz
1-6 GHz
6-15 GHz
15-18 GHz
18-40 GHz
As shown in the table above our radiated emissions
Expanded
Uncertainty
(k=2)
4.6 dB
5.3 dB
4.5 dB
5.2 dB
5.0 dB
5.0 dB
Ucispr
6.3 dB
6.3 dB
5.2 dB
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
U lab is less than the corresponding U CISPR reference
value in CISPR 16-4-2 Table 1, hence the compliance of the product is only based on the measured
value, and no measurement uncertainty correction is required, based on CISPR 22 and CISPR 11 (for
2006 and later revisions) Clause 11.
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Sample Calculation
The field strength is calculated by adding the Antenna Factor and Cable Factor, and subtracting the
Amplifier Gain (if any) from the measured reading. The basic equation with a sample calculation is as
follows:
FS = RA + AF + CF - AG
Where
FS = Field Strength in dBV/m
RA = Receiver Amplitude (including preamplifier) in dBV
CF = Cable Attenuation Factor in dB
AF = Antenna Factor in dB
AG = Amplifier Gain in dB
In the following table(s), the reading shown on the data table reflects the preamplifier gain. An example
for the calculations in the following table is as follows.
Assume a receiver reading of 52.0 dBV is obtained. The antenna factor of 7.4 dB and cable factor of
1.6 dB is added. The amplifier gain of 29 dB is subtracted, giving a field strength of 32 dBV/m. This
value in dBV/m was converted to its corresponding level in V/m.
RA = 52.0 dBV
AF = 7.4 dB/m
CF = 1.6 dB
AG = 29.0 dB
FS = 32 dBV/m
To convert from dBV to V or mV the following was used:
where UF = Net Reading in V
NF = Net Reading in dBV
(NF / 20)
UF = 10
Example:
FS = RA + AF + CF – AG = 52.0 + 7.4 + 1.6 – 29.0 = 32.0
(32 dBV / 20)
UF = 10
= 39.8 V/m
Alternately, when C5 Software is used, the “Level” includes all losses and gains and is compared directly
in the “Margin” column to the “Limit”. “AF” is the Antenna Factor; “PA+CL” are Preamp and Cable Loss.
These are already accounted for in the “Level” column.
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Report Number: 102965577BOX-016
8.2
Issued: 06/08/2017
Test Equipment Used:
Asset
Description
Manufacturer
DAV004’
145128’
ETS002’
Weather Station
EMI Receiver (20 Hz - 40 Ghz)
1-18GHz DRG Horn Antenna
Davis Instruments
Rohde & Schwarz
ETS Lindgren
145-416’
Cables 145-420 145-423 145-424 145-408
Huber + Suhner
Software Utilized:
Name
Manufacturer
Model
7400
ESIB 40
3117
3m Track B
cables
Serial
PE80529A61
839283/001
00143260
Cal Date
Cal Due
05/02/2016
03/15/2017
05/13/2016
05/02/2017
03/15/2018
05/13/2017
multiple
07/30/2016
07/30/2017
Version
None
8.3
Results:
The sample tested was found to Comply. DTS devices shall have a minimum 6dB bandwidth of 500 kHz
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8.4
Issued: 06/08/2017
Plots/Data:
Low Channel 2402 MHz 6dB Bandwidth = 861.76 kHz
Max/Ref Lvl
Delta 1 [T2]
107 dB æ V
-6.04 dB
97 dB æ V
-450.90180361 kHz
RBW
100 kHz
VBW
300 kHz
SWT
RF Att
5 ms
0 dB
Unit
dB æ V
107
1 [T2]
88.29 dB æ V
100
2.40196493 GHz
1 [T2]
-6.04 dB
-450.90180361 kHz
90
2 [T2]
-6.07 dB
430.86172345 kHz
80
IN1
70 2MAX
2MA
60
50
40
30
20
10
Center 2.402 GHz
Date:
5.APR.2017
500 kHz/
Span 5 MHz
22:44:01
Low Channel 2402 MHz Occupied Bandwidth = 1.84 MHz
Max/Ref Lvl
RBW
100 kHz
88.29 dB æ V
VBW
300 kHz
2.40196493 GHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T2]
107 dB æ V
97 dB æ V
5 ms
RF Att
Unit
0 dB
dB æ V
107
1 [T2]
100
88.29 dB æ V
2.40196493 GHz
OPB
90
T1 [T2]
1.84368737 MHz
70.07 dB æ V
2.40104309 GHz
T2 [T2]
80
71.61 dB æ V
2.40288677 GHz
IN1
T2
T1
70 2MAX
2MA
60
50
40
30
20
10
Center 2.402 GHz
Date:
5.APR.2017
500 kHz/
Span 5 MHz
22:44:27
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Mid Channel 2440 MHz 6dB Bandwidth = 868.066 kHz
Max/Ref Lvl
RBW
100 kHz
88.37 dB æ V
VBW
300 kHz
2.43997652 GHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T2]
107 dB æ V
97 dB æ V
RF Att
5 ms
0 dB
Unit
dB æ V
107
1 [T2]
88.37 dB æ V
100
2.43997652 GHz
1 [T2]
-6.14 dB
-454.03306613 kHz
90
2 [T2]
-6.12 dB
454.03306613 kHz
80
IN1
70 2MAX
2MA
60
50
40
30
20
10
Center 2.44 GHz
Date:
5.APR.2017
781.25 kHz/
Span 7.8125 MHz
20:04:34
Mid Channel 2440 MHz Occupied Bandwidth = 1.847 MHz
Max/Ref Lvl
RBW
100 kHz
88.37 dB æ V
VBW
300 kHz
2.43997652 GHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T2]
107 dB æ V
97 dB æ V
5 ms
RF Att
Unit
0 dB
dB æ V
107
1 [T2]
100
88.37 dB æ V
2.43997652 GHz
OPB
T1 [T2]
90
1.84744489 MHz
70.31 dB æ V
2.43905279 GHz
T2 [T2]
80
71.60 dB æ V
2.44090024 GHz
IN1
T2
T1
70 2MAX
2MA
60
50
40
30
20
10
Center 2.44 GHz
Date:
5.APR.2017
781.25 kHz/
Span 7.8125 MHz
20:05:04
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High Channel 2480 MHz 6dB Bandwidth = 892.4 kHz
Max/Ref Lvl
Delta 1 [T1]
107 dB æ V
-6.07 dB
97 dB æ V
-434.46267535 kHz
RBW
100 kHz
VBW
300 kHz
SWT
RF Att
5 ms
0 dB
Unit
dB æ V
107
1 [T1]
89.31 dB æ V
100
2.47996559 GHz
1 [T1]
-6.07 dB
-434.46267535 kHz
90
2 [T1]
-6.23 dB
457.94714429 kHz
80
IN1
1MAX
1MA
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
Center 2.479959716 GHz
Date:
5.APR.2017
585.9375 kHz/
Span 5.859375 MHz
18:37:02
High Channel 2480 MHz Occupied Bandwidth = 1.867 MHz
Max/Ref Lvl
RBW
100 kHz
89.31 dB æ V
VBW
300 kHz
2.47996559 GHz
SWT
Marker 1 [T1]
107 dB æ V
97 dB æ V
RF Att
5 ms
Unit
0 dB
dB æ V
107
1 [T1]
100
89.31 dB æ V
2.47996559 GHz
OPB
1.86701528 MHz
T1 [T1]
90
72.74 dB æ V
2.47902621 GHz
T2 [T1]
80
71.56 dB æ V
2.48089322 GHz
T1
IN1
T2
1MAX
1MA
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
Center 2.479959716 GHz
Date:
5.APR.2017
585.9375 kHz/
Span 5.859375 MHz
18:37:38
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Test Personnel:
Supervising/Reviewing
Engineer:
(Where Applicable)
Product Standard:
Input Voltage:
Pretest Verification w/
Ambient Signals or
BB Source:
Vathana F. Ven
N/A
FCC Part 15 Subpart C
(15.247)
RSS 247
Issued: 06/08/2017
Test Date:
Limit Applied:
04/05/2017
As specified in section 8.3
Internal Battery
Yes – Signal generator
Ambient Temperature:
21 ºC
Relative Humidity:
32 %
Atmospheric Pressure:
1005 mbars
Deviations, Additions, or Exclusions: None
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Radiated Emissions (Transmitter Spurious - Out of Band and Band edge Emissions,
Digital Device and Receiver)
9.1
Method
Tests are performed in accordance with FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.247), RSS 247, FCC Part 15 Subpart
B and ICES 003.
TEST SITE: 10m ALSE
The 10m ALSE is 13m (Length) x 21m (Depth) x 10m (Height) with the effective size in terms of space from the
tips of the absorber is 12m (Length) x 20m (Depth) x 8.5m (Height). This chamber achieves broadband
performance using a unique arrangement of hybrid and ferrite tile absorber. This chamber has a built in 3m
diameter turntable (Embedded type). The metal structure of the table makes electrical connection around the
entire circumference of the turntable to the ground plane with a metal brush type connection. The turntable is
located on one end of the chamber and the antennas are mounted 3 and 10 meters away at the other end of
the chamber on the adjustable an Antenna Mast. The antenna mast is a non-conductive bore sighted type with
remote control of antenna height and polarization. The Antenna Mast and the turntable can be remotely
controlled through the controller located in the adjacent Control room. A Styrofoam table 80 cm high is used for
table-top equipment.
Measurement Uncertainty
Measurement
Radiated Emissions, 10m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Radiated Emissions, 3m
Frequency
Range
30-1000 MHz
30-1000 MHz
1-6 GHz
6-15 GHz
15-18 GHz
18-40 GHz
As shown in the table above our radiated emissions
Expanded
Uncertainty
(k=2)
4.6 dB
5.3 dB
4.5 dB
5.2 dB
5.0 dB
5.0 dB
Ucispr
6.3 dB
6.3 dB
5.2 dB
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
U lab is less than the corresponding U CISPR reference
value in CISPR 16-4-2 Table 1, hence the compliance of the product is only based on the measured
value, and no measurement uncertainty correction is required, based on CISPR 22 and CISPR 11 (for
2006 and later revisions) Clause 11.
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Sample Calculation
The field strength is calculated by adding the Antenna Factor and Cable Factor, and subtracting the
Amplifier Gain (if any) from the measured reading. The basic equation with a sample calculation is as
follows:
FS = RA + AF + CF - AG
Where
FS = Field Strength in dBV/m
RA = Receiver Amplitude (including preamplifier) in dBV
CF = Cable Attenuation Factor in dB
AF = Antenna Factor in dB
AG = Amplifier Gain in dB
In the following table(s), the reading shown on the data table reflects the preamplifier gain. An example
for the calculations in the following table is as follows.
Assume a receiver reading of 52.0 dBV is obtained. The antenna factor of 7.4 dB and cable factor of
1.6 dB is added. The amplifier gain of 29 dB is subtracted, giving a field strength of 32 dBV/m. This
value in dBV/m was converted to its corresponding level in V/m.
RA = 52.0 dBV
AF = 7.4 dB/m
CF = 1.6 dB
AG = 29.0 dB
FS = 32 dBV/m
To convert from dBV to V or mV the following was used:
where UF = Net Reading in V
NF = Net Reading in dBV
(NF / 20)
UF = 10
Example:
FS = RA + AF + CF – AG = 52.0 + 7.4 + 1.6 – 29.0 = 32.0
(32 dBV / 20)
UF = 10
= 39.8 V/m
Alternately, when C5 Software is used, the “Level” includes all losses and gains and is compared directly
in the “Margin” column to the “Limit”. “AF” is the Antenna Factor; “PA+CL” are Preamp and Cable Loss.
These are already accounted for in the “Level” column.
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Test Equipment Used:
Asset
Description
Manufacturer
Model
Serial
PE80529A61
A111003
Cal Date
Cal Due
05/02/2016
05/03/2016
05/02/2017
05/03/2017
multiple
PRE10
839283/001
00143260
3008A00232
2090
07/30/2016
12/16/2016
03/15/2017
05/13/2016
05/27/2016
09/14/2016
07/30/2017
12/16/2017
03/15/2018
05/13/2017
05/27/2017
09/14/2017
06-1
02/17/2017
02/17/2018
1260417
08/23/2016
08/23/2017
DAV004’
145106’
Weather Station
Bilog Antenna (30MHz - 5GHz)
Davis Instruments
Sunol Sciences
145-410’
PRE10’
145128’
ETS002’
145014’
EMC04’
Cables 145-420 145-421 145-422 145-406
30-1000MHz pre-amp
EMI Receiver (20 Hz - 40 Ghz)
1-18GHz DRG Horn Antenna
Preamplifier (1 GHz to 26.5 GHz)
ANTENNA, RIDGED GUIDE, 18-40 GHZ
Huber + Suhner
ITS
Rohde & Schwarz
ETS Lindgren
Hewlett Packard
EMCO
REA004’
3GHz High Pass Filter
Reactel, Inc
100MHz-40GHz Preamp
MITEQ
2m 9kHz-40GHz Coaxial Cable - SET1
Huber & Suhner
SF102
252675001
02/08/2017
02/08/2018
5m 9kHz-40GHz Coaxial Cable - SET 1
Huber & Suhner
252676001
02/08/2017
02/08/2018
Cables 145-420 145-423 145-424 145-408
Huber + Suhner
SF102
3m Track B
cables
multiple
07/30/2016
07/30/2017
PRE9’
CBLHF2012
-2M-1’
CBLHF2012
-5M-1’
145-416’
Software Utilized:
Name
Manufacturer
7400
JB5
10m Track A
Cables
PRE10
ESIB 40
3117
8449B
3116
7HSX3G/18G-S11
NSP4000NFG
Version
None
9.3
Results:
The sample tested was found to Comply.
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Plots/Data:
30-12500 MHz – Spurious Emissions (Digital Device and Receiver)
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
37.989
41.120
288.120
299.976
303.120
333.190
27.12
27.68
29.23
26.19
24.21
23.56
37.989
41.190
288.090
312.120
326.170
353.120
26.98
27.59
28.78
27.12
25.23
24.45
30 - 1000 MHz - Battery
15.33
1.29
40.72
13.32
1.31
40.72
13.44
3.09
40.68
13.50
3.14
40.69
13.76
3.16
40.69
14.37
3.33
40.73
30 - 1000 MHz - Charging
15.33
1.29
40.72
13.27
1.31
40.72
13.44
3.09
40.68
14.08
3.21
40.70
14.18
3.29
40.73
14.72
3.43
40.75
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.01
1.59
5.07
2.14
0.44
0.53
30.00
30.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
-26.99
-28.41
-30.93
-33.86
-35.56
-35.47
120/300 kHz
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.87
1.45
4.62
3.71
1.97
1.86
30.00
30.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
-27.13
-28.55
-31.38
-32.29
-34.03
-34.14
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
Note: No emissions above noise floor were detected above 1 GHz
30-1000 MHz – Transmitter Spurious Emissions (Tx on Low Channel)
Detector
Type
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
Ant.
Pol.
(V/H)
Frequency Reading
MHz
dB(uV)
38.060
126.210
287.938
299.976
332.120
358.190
25.02
25.64
27.00
25.70
23.22
23.50
38.060
129.200
286.980
299.976
332.120
358.190
24.12
26.19
25.87
26.23
24.22
23.49
38.060
126.760
287.020
299.976
332.120
358.190
23.29
25.64
27.23
26.19
24.21
23.56
Antenna
Cable
Pre-amp
Factor
Loss
Factor
dB(1/m)
dB
dB
30 - 1000 MHz Tx mode - X axis
15.28
1.29
40.72
13.98
2.15
40.66
13.44
3.08
40.68
13.70
3.14
40.69
14.10
3.32
40.73
14.86
3.45
40.76
30 - 1000 MHz Tx mode - Y axis
15.28
1.29
40.72
13.92
2.18
40.66
13.44
3.08
40.68
13.70
3.14
40.69
14.10
3.32
40.73
14.76
3.45
40.76
30 - 1000 MHz Tx mode - Z axis
15.28
1.29
40.72
13.96
2.16
40.66
13.44
3.08
40.68
13.70
3.14
40.69
14.10
3.32
40.73
14.76
3.45
40.76
Distance
Factor
dB
Net
Limit
dB(uV/m) dB(uV/m)
Margin
dB
Bandwidth
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.86
1.10
2.84
1.85
-0.09
1.06
30.00
33.50
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
-29.14
-32.40
-33.16
-34.15
-36.09
-34.94
120/300 kHz
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
-0.03
1.62
1.71
2.38
0.91
0.95
30.00
33.50
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
-30.03
-31.88
-34.29
-33.62
-35.09
-35.05
120/300 kHz
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
-0.86
1.10
3.07
2.34
0.90
1.02
30.00
33.50
36.00
36.00
36.00
36.00
-30.86
-32.40
-32.93
-33.66
-35.10
-34.98
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
120/300 kHz
Note: All testing was performed with EUT Tx on low channel where max power was measured
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1-40 GHz - Transmitter Spurious Emissions (Tx on Low, Mid and High Channels)
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4804.000
4804.000
7206.000
7206.000
9608.000
9608.000
12010.000
12010.000
37.67
24.78
41.08
28.99
37.82
24.43
35.54
22.50
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4804.000
4804.000
7206.000
7206.000
9608.000
9608.000
12010.000
12010.000
37.67
24.78
46.31
35.56
37.82
24.43
35.54
22.50
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4804.000
4804.000
7206.000
7206.000
9608.000
9608.000
12010.000
12010.000
37.67
24.78
45.80
35.34
37.82
24.43
35.54
22.50
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4880.000
4880.000
7320.000
7320.000
9760.000
9760.000
12200.000
12200.000
40.67
30.10
41.21
29.15
37.12
23.90
36.10
22.82
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4880.000
4880.000
7320.000
7320.000
9760.000
9760.000
12200.000
12200.000
37.67
24.54
37.95
24.61
37.12
23.99
35.68
22.71
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4880.000
4880.000
7320.000
7320.000
9760.000
9760.000
12200.000
12200.000
37.67
24.54
37.95
24.61
37.12
23.99
35.68
22.71
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4960.000
4960.000
7440.694
7440.694
9920.000
9920.000
38.89
24.94
42.35
31.80
38.75
25.26
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4960.000
4960.000
7440.694
7440.694
9920.000
9920.000
40.67
29.34
42.29
31.24
38.75
25.26
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
4960.000
4960.000
7440.694
7440.694
9920.000
9920.000
40.53
29.49
42.43
31.24
38.75
25.26
Note: Spurious Emissions, X-axis, Lo Channel
33.59
9.16
33.88
0.00
33.59
9.16
33.88
0.00
36.28
10.84
34.63
0.00
36.28
10.84
34.63
0.00
39.20
13.14
35.06
0.00
39.20
13.14
35.06
0.00
39.58
14.98
33.36
0.00
39.58
14.98
33.36
0.00
Note: Spurious Emissions, Y-axis, Lo Channel
33.59
9.16
33.88
0.00
33.59
9.16
33.88
0.00
36.28
10.84
34.63
0.00
36.28
10.84
34.63
0.00
39.20
13.14
35.06
0.00
39.20
13.14
35.06
0.00
39.58
14.98
33.36
0.00
39.58
14.98
33.36
0.00
Note: Spurious Emissions, Z-axis, Lo Channel
33.59
9.16
33.88
0.00
33.59
9.16
33.88
0.00
36.28
10.84
34.63
0.00
36.28
10.84
34.63
0.00
39.20
13.14
35.06
0.00
39.20
13.14
35.06
0.00
39.58
14.98
33.36
0.00
39.58
14.98
33.36
0.00
Note: Spurious Emissions, X-axis, Mid Channel
33.76
9.28
33.89
0.00
33.76
9.28
33.89
0.00
36.71
10.97
34.73
0.00
36.71
10.97
34.73
0.00
39.62
13.35
35.04
0.00
39.62
13.35
35.04
0.00
39.32
14.88
32.94
0.00
39.32
14.88
32.94
0.00
Note: Spurious Emissions, Y-axis, Mid Channel
33.76
9.28
33.89
0.00
33.76
9.28
33.89
0.00
36.71
10.97
34.73
0.00
36.71
10.97
34.73
0.00
39.62
13.35
35.04
0.00
39.62
13.35
35.04
0.00
39.32
14.88
32.94
0.00
39.32
14.88
32.94
0.00
Note: Spurious Emissions, Z-axis, Mid Channel
33.76
9.28
33.89
0.00
33.76
9.28
33.89
0.00
36.71
10.97
34.73
0.00
36.71
10.97
34.73
0.00
39.62
13.35
35.04
0.00
39.62
13.35
35.04
0.00
39.32
14.88
32.94
0.00
39.32
14.88
32.94
0.00
Note: Spurious Emissions, X-axis, Hi Channel
33.94
9.41
33.90
0.00
33.94
9.41
33.90
0.00
36.88
11.10
34.82
0.00
36.88
11.10
34.82
0.00
39.92
13.57
35.02
0.00
39.92
13.57
35.02
0.00
Note: Spurious Emissions, Y-axis, Hi Channel
33.94
9.41
33.90
0.00
33.94
9.41
33.90
0.00
36.88
11.10
34.82
0.00
36.88
11.10
34.82
0.00
39.92
13.57
35.02
0.00
39.92
13.57
35.02
0.00
Note: Spurious Emissions, Z-axis, Hi Channel
33.94
9.41
33.90
0.00
33.94
9.41
33.90
0.00
36.88
11.10
34.82
0.00
36.88
11.10
34.82
0.00
39.92
13.57
35.02
0.00
39.92
13.57
35.02
0.00
46.54
33.65
53.57
41.48
55.09
41.70
56.73
43.69
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-27.47
-20.36
-20.43
-12.52
-18.91
-12.30
-17.27
-10.31
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
46.54
33.65
58.80
48.05
55.09
41.70
56.73
43.69
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-27.47
-20.36
-15.20
-5.95
-18.91
-12.30
-17.27
-10.31
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
46.54
33.65
58.29
47.83
55.09
41.70
56.73
43.69
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-27.47
-20.36
-15.71
-6.17
-18.91
-12.30
-17.27
-10.31
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
49.82
39.25
54.16
42.10
55.05
41.83
57.37
44.09
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-24.18
-14.75
-19.84
-11.90
-18.95
-12.17
-16.63
-9.91
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
46.82
33.69
50.90
37.56
55.05
41.92
56.95
43.98
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-27.18
-20.31
-23.10
-16.44
-18.95
-12.08
-17.05
-10.02
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
46.82
33.69
50.90
37.56
55.05
41.92
56.95
43.98
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-27.18
-20.31
-23.10
-16.44
-18.95
-12.08
-17.05
-10.02
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
48.33
34.38
55.50
44.95
57.22
43.73
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-25.67
-19.62
-18.50
-9.05
-16.78
-10.27
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
50.11
38.78
55.44
44.39
57.22
43.73
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-23.89
-15.22
-18.56
-9.61
-16.78
-10.27
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
49.97
38.93
55.58
44.39
57.22
43.73
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
74.00
54.00
-24.03
-15.07
-18.42
-9.61
-16.78
-10.27
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
Note: No emissions other than the ones listed above were detected in the frequency range of 1-40 GHz.
Hand scans were performed in the range of 18-40 GHz at 30 cm distance.
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Band edge (Tx on Low and High Channels)
RBW
100 kHz
6.36 dB æ V
VBW
300 kHz
2.40000000 GHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T2]
Ref Lvl
72 dB æ V
RF Att
5 ms
Unit
0 dB
dB æ V
72
2 [T2]
6.36 dB æ V
2.40000000 GHz
1 [T2]
60
55.77 dB æ V
2.40183768 GHz
50
IN1
40
2MAX
2MA
30
P20
20
10
-10
-20
-28
Start 2.398 GHz
Date:
500 kHz/
29.JAN.2017
Stop 2.403 GHz
14:09:05
The emission at band edge is found to be 20dB lower than the fundamental
RBW
1 MHz
18.84 dB æ V
VBW
3 MHz
2.48350000 GHz
SWT
Marker 2 [T2]
Ref Lvl
72 dB æ V
RF Att
300 ms
Unit
0 dB
dB æ V
72
2 [T2]
18.84 dB æ V
2.48350000 GHz
1 [T2]
60
54.35 dB æ V
2.47980561 GHz
50
IN1
40
2MAX
2MA
30
P20
20
10
-10
-20
-28
Start 2.479 GHz
Date:
600 kHz/
29.JAN.2017
Stop 2.485 GHz
13:21:22
The emission at restricted band edge meets the general requirements as indicated below
Detector
Type
PK
AVG
Ant.
Pol.
(V/H)
Frequency Reading
MHz
dB(uV)
2483.500
18.84
2483.500
4.56
Antenna
Factor
dB(1/m)
32.22
32.22
Cable
Loss
dB
5.18
5.18
Pre-amp
Factor
dB
0.00
0.00
Distance
Factor
Net
Limit
dB
dB(uV/m) dB(uV/m)
0.00
56.25
74.00
0.00
41.97
54.00
Margin
dB
-17.75
-12.03
Bandwidth
1/3 MHz
1/3 MHz
Note: Band edge was performed on X –axis and no change in emission was detected on Y and Z axis.
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Test Personnel:
Supervising/Reviewing
Engineer:
(Where Applicable)
Product Standard:
Input Voltage:
Pretest Verification w/
Ambient Signals or
BB Source:
Vathana F. Ven
N/A
FCC Part 15 Subpart C
(15.247)
RSS 247
Issued: 06/08/2017
Test Date:
Limit Applied:
04/05/2017
FCC 15.209
Internal Battery
120VAC 60Hz
Yes – Signal generator
Ambient Temperature:
21 ºC
Relative Humidity:
32 %
Atmospheric Pressure:
1005 mbars
Deviations, Additions, or Exclusions: None
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10 AC Mains Conducted Emissions
10.1 Method
Tests are performed in accordance with FCC Part 15 Subpart C, FCC Part 15 Subpart B, RSS 247 and
ICES 003.
TEST SITE: EMC Lab
The EMC Lab has one Semi-anechoic Chamber and one Shielded Chamber. AC Mains Power is available at 120,
230, and 277 Single Phase; 208, 400, and 480 3-Phase. Large reference ground-planes are installed in the general
lab area to facilitate EMC work not requiring a shielded environment.
Measurement Uncertainty
Measurement
AC Line Conducted
Emissions
Telco Port Emissions
Frequency
Range
Expanded
Uncertainty
(k=2)
Ucispr
150 kHz - 30 MHz
150 kHz - 30 MHz
2.8dB
3.2dB
3.4dB
5.0dB
As shown in the table above our conducted emissions
U lab is less than the corresponding U CISPR
reference value in CISPR 16-4-2 Table 1, hence the compliance of the product is only based on the
measured value, and no measurement uncertainty correction is required, based on CISPR 22 and CISPR
11 (for 2006 and later revisions) Clause 11.
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Sample Calculations
The following is how net line-conducted readings were determined:
NF = RF + LF + CF + AF
Where NF = Net Reading in dBV
RF = Reading from receiver in dBV
LF = LISN or ISN Correction Factor in dB
CF = Cable Correction Factor in dB
AF = Attenuator Loss Factor in dB
To convert from dBV to V or mV the following was used:
where UF = Net Reading in V
NF = Net Reading in dBV
(NF / 20)
UF = 10
Example:
NF = RF + LF + CF + AF = 28.5 + 0.2 + 0.4 + 20.0 = 49.1 dBV
(49.1 dBV / 20)
UF = 10
= 285.1 V/m
Alternately, when C5 Software is used, the “Level” includes all losses and gains and is compared directly
in the “Margin” column to the “Limit”. “TF” is the Transducer Factor; in this case LISN or ISN loss.
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10.2 Test Equipment Used:
Asset
DAV002’
ROS002’
DS22’
CBLBNC7’
LISN34’
Weather Station
Description
Manufacturer
Davis Instruments
9kHz to 3GHz EMI Test Receiver
Attenuator, 20dB
30 ft 50 ohm coax, BNC - BNC
LISN - CISPR16 Compliant 9kHz-30MHz
Rohde & Schwartz
Mini Circuits
ITT Pomona
Com-Power
Software Utilized:
Name
Compliance 5
Model
7400
ESCI
1166.5950K0
20dB, 50 ohm
RG 58 C/U
LI-215A
Serial
PE80519A93
Cal Date
06/01/2016
Cal Due
06/01/2017
100067
DS22
CBLBNC7
191956
07/29/2016
09/08/2016
01/10/2017
06/27/2016
07/29/2017
09/08/2017
01/10/2018
06/27/2017
Manufacturer
Version
Teseq
5.26.46.46
10.3 Results:
The sample tested was found to Comply.
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10.4 Plots/Data:
120VAC 60Hz – Charging Mode
Test Information
Test Details
Test:
Project:
Test Notes:
Tested by:
Test Started:
User Entry
LISN – FCC15 Class B
Philips Lifeline 04/26/2017
120VAC 60Hz - Charging
Naga Suryadevara
26 Apr 2017 16 : 18
Additional Information
Prescan Emission Graph
100
26 Apr 2017 16 : 18 Test: LISN - FCC 15B Project: Philips Lifeline 04/26/2017 Tested by: Naga Suryadevara
90
80
70
FCC Part 15 Class B Conducted QP (Mains Ports)
60
FCC Part 15 Class B Conducted AV (Mains Ports)
50
40
30
Level (dBuV)
20
10
Trace3: Measured Average
Trace2: Measured Quasi Peak
0 Trace1: Measured Peak
150k
Frequency (Hz)
Measured
Measured
Measured
Maximum
1M
10M
Peak Value
Quasi Peak Value
Average Value
Value of Mast and Turntable
30M
__ Swept Peak Data
__ Swept Quasi Peak Data
__ Swept Average Data
Emissions Test Data
Trace2: Measured Quasi Peak
Frequency(Hz)
246.05 k
207.8 k
185.7 k
201.0 k
170.4 k
152.55 k
Level(dBuV)
26.00
28.57
30.51
30.65
35.34
39.36
TF
1.034
1.272
1.732
1.314
2.172
2.687
PA+CL
20.621
20.620
20.620
20.620
20.620
20.620
Limit(dBuV)
61.889
63.293
64.227
63.569
64.941
65.860
Margin(dBuV)
-35.89
-34.72
-33.72
-32.92
-29.60
-26.50
RBW(Hz)
9k
9k
9k
9k
9k
9k
Comment
LINE
L1
L1
TF
1.732
1.314
1.034
1.272
2.687
2.172
PA+CL
20.620
20.620
20.621
20.620
20.620
20.620
Limit(dBuV)
54.227
53.569
51.889
53.293
55.860
54.941
Margin(dBuV)
-33.45
-32.57
-32.17
-31.80
-31.59
-30.64
RBW(Hz)
9k
9k
9k
9k
9k
9k
Comment
LINE
L1
L1
Trace3: Measured Average
Frequency(Hz)
185.7 k
201.0 k
246.05 k
207.8 k
152.55 k
170.4 k
Level(dBuV)
20.77
21.00
19.72
21.50
24.27
24.30
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Test Personnel:
Supervising/Reviewing
Engineer:
(Where Applicable)
Product Standard:
Input Voltage:
Pretest Verification w/
Ambient Signals or
BB Source:
Naga Suryadevara
N/A
FCC Part 15 Subpart B
ICES 003
120VAC 60Hz
Yes
Issued: 06/08/2017
Test Date:
Limit Applied:
04/26/2017
Class B
Ambient Temperature:
22 ºC
Relative Humidity:
38 %
Atmospheric Pressure:
1002 mbars
Deviations, Additions, or Exclusions: None
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11 Revision History
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Date
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