MGM0110VZN LTE Router Test Report 1 Technicolor Connected Home USA LLC

Technicolor Connected Home USA LLC LTE Router

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FCC Test Report (Z-wave)
Report No.: RF161201C02-4
FCC ID: G95-MGM0110VZN
Equipment Name: LTE Router
Trade Name: technicolor
Model Number: MBHA10
Product Code: DSLMVZ011GM
Received Date: Dec. 01, 2016
Test Date: Dec. 01, 2016 to Jan. 10, 2017
Issued Date: Mar. 08, 2017
Applicant: Technicolor Connected Home USA LLC
Address: 5030 Sugarloaf Parkway Building Lawrenceville Georgia United States
30044
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.
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
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
Basic Description of Equipment Under Test (Z-Wave) ....................................................................... 7
Accessories ......................................................................................................................................... 8
Feature of Equipment Under Test ....................................................................................................... 9
Information Provided by the Manufacturer .......................................................................................... 9
General Description of Applied Standards ........................................................................................ 10
Cabling Attached to the Equipment .................................................................................................... 11
Panel Drawing ................................................................................................................................... 12
Transmit Operating Mode .................................................................................................................. 13
Antenna Requirements ..................................................................................................................... 13
Antenna Information ...................................................................................................................... 14
Table for Carrier Frequency ........................................................................................................... 15
Table for Test Modes...................................................................................................................... 15
Parameters of Test Software Setting ............................................................................................. 15
Testing Location Information.......................................................................................................... 16
EUT Diagram and Support Equipment .......................................................................................... 17
Test Types and Results ...................................................................................................................... 19
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
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
4.3.6
4.3.7
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.4.5
4.4.6
AC Power Conducted Emissions Measurement ............................................................................... 19
Limit ............................................................................................................................................... 19
Measuring Instruments and Setting ............................................................................................... 19
Test Procedures ............................................................................................................................. 19
Test Setup Layout .......................................................................................................................... 20
Test Deviation ................................................................................................................................ 21
EUT Operating during Test ............................................................................................................ 21
Test Results of AC Power Conducted Emissions .......................................................................... 22
Band Edge and Fundamental Emissions Measurement ................................................................... 24
Limit ............................................................................................................................................... 24
Measuring Instruments and Setting ............................................................................................... 25
Test Procedure .............................................................................................................................. 25
Test Setup Layout .......................................................................................................................... 26
Test Deviation ................................................................................................................................ 26
EUT Operating Conditions ............................................................................................................. 26
Test Results ................................................................................................................................... 27
Radiated Emissions Measurement ................................................................................................... 29
Limit ............................................................................................................................................... 29
Measuring Instruments and Setting ............................................................................................... 30
Test Procedure .............................................................................................................................. 31
Test Setup Layout .......................................................................................................................... 32
Test Deviation ................................................................................................................................ 33
EUT Operating Conditions ............................................................................................................. 33
Test Results of Radiated Emissions .............................................................................................. 34
Emission Bandwidth Measurement ................................................................................................... 38
Limits ............................................................................................................................................. 38
Measuring Instruments and Setting ............................................................................................... 38
Test Procedure .............................................................................................................................. 38
Test Setup ...................................................................................................................................... 39
Test Deviation ................................................................................................................................ 39
EUT Operating Conditions ............................................................................................................. 39
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4.4.7
Test Results of Emission Bandwidth ............................................................................................. 40
4.5
List of Test Instruments ..................................................................................................................... 41
Appendix A. Information on the Testing Laboratories ............................................................................... 44
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Release Control Record
Issue No.
Description
Date Issued
RF161201C02-4
Original release.
Mar. 08, 2017
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Certificate of Conformity
Equipment Name: LTE Router
Trade Name: technicolor
Test Model: MBHA10
Product Code: DSLMVZ011GM
Sample Status: Product Unit
Applicant: Technicolor Connected Home USA LLC
Test Date: Dec. 01, 2016 to Jan. 10, 2017
Standards: 47 CFR FCC Part 15, Subpart C (Section 15.249)
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:
Mar. 08, 2017
Date:
Mar. 08, 2017
Claire Kuan / Specialist
Approved by :
May Chen / Manager
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Summary of Test Results
Applied Standard: 47 CFR FCC Part 15 Subpart C (15.249)
Section
3.9
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
2.1
Ref. Std.
Clause
15.203
Description
Measured
Antenna Requirements
AC Power Conducted
Emission
Margin is -9.06dB at
15.207
0.15000MHz.
Band Edge and Fundamental Margin is -0.1dB at
15.209
908.40MHz.
15.249(a)/(d) Emissions
Margin is -0.9dB at
15.209
Radiated Emissions
6358.80MHz.
15.249(a)/(d)
15.215(c) Emission Bandwidth
0.32MHz
Limit
Result
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
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) (±)
1.83 dB
5.36 dB
3.47 dB
3.75 dB
3.30 dB
Modification Record
There were no modifications required for compliance.
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3.1
General Information
Basic Description of Equipment Under Test (Z-Wave)
Items
Description
Equipment Name
LTE Router
Trade Name
technicolor
Model Number
MBHA10
Product Code
DSLMVZ011GM
FCC ID
G95-MGM0110VZN
Power Type
From power adapter
Antenna
Refer section 3.10
EUT Stage
Operating Band and
Conducted Output
Power
Product Type
For IEEE 802.15.4 : Z-wave(1TX, 1RX)
Nominal Bandwidth
0.32MHz
Modulation
FSK
Data Rate (kbps)
Z-Wave : 40kbps
LAN Port x 1
RJ31 Port x 1
FXS Port x 1
SIM Port x1
Console Port x 1 ( For engineer debug use only)
FGR1
16.4.7446-3130000-20161220230657-aa636a7383f23e65d07560e3fbe49cd6cbed
2ce0
I/O Ports
Hardware Version
Software Version
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Pre-Sample
902~928MHz
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Z-Wave : 5.12 dBm
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3.2
Accessories
Li-ion Battery:
Model
BP-MGM0110
Manufacturer
GETAC TECHNOLOGY CORP.
Rating
3.7V, 2500mAh / 9.25Wh
Power supply:
Model
WAE002
P/N
DSL37544940
Manufacturer
AcBel
Input
100/240Vac , 50/60Hz , 0.7A
Output
12Vdc , 2A
DC power cord
1.5m
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3.3
Feature of Equipment Under Test
Please refer to user manual.
3.4
Information Provided by the Manufacturer
Interface Availability
Interface
DC
12Vdc
RJ31-X
Alarm
Model
MBHA10
Ethernet
10/100
Mbps
●
●
●
(2A)
(1 port )
(1 port )
FXS
SIM
Zigbee
Z-Wave
BT
GPS
LTE
(4G)
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
WLAN
802.11a/b/g/n/ac
(2.4GHz 2*2)
(5GHz 2*2 ac)
●
(1 port) (1 port)
● : Equipped
○ : Not Equipped
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3.5
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 (15.249)
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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3.6
Cabling Attached to the Equipment
Interface
Cable Type
Cable Length
Delivered with
the Modem
Cable and Interconnection
“Real Life” Cable Length
that can be Attached to
this Type of Interface
Cable Length to
be used for
Testing
Internal/
External
Connection
ETH1
UTP Cat 5
1 meter
> 10 meter
10 meter
Internal
RJ31-X
UTP Cat 3
1 meter
> 10 meter
10 meter
Internal
UTP Cat 3
1 meter
> 10 meter
10 meter flat
Internal
Alarm
FXS1
cable
AC power
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External
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3.7
Panel Drawing
ETH1
RJ31-X Alarm
FXS1
DC Jack
Console
SIM
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3.8
Transmit Operating Mode
Transmit Operating Mode
Operating mode 1 (single antenna)
3.9
Transmit Muitiple Antennas
1TX
Antenna Requirements
Except for special regulations, the Low-power Radio-frequency Devices must not be equipped with any jacket
for installing an antenna with extension cable. An intentional radiator shall be designed to ensure that no
antenna other than that furnished by the responsible party shall be used with the device. The use of a
permanently attached antenna or of an antenna that uses a unique coupling to the intentional radiator shall be
considered sufficient to comply with the provisions of this Section. The manufacturer may design the unit so
that the user can replace a broken antenna, but the use of a standard antenna jack or electrical connector is
prohibited. Further, this requirement does not apply to intentional radiators that must be professionally
installed.
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3.10 Antenna Information
Antenna Information
Ant.
Brand
Model No.
Antenna Type
Connector
Cable Length
Z-wave
INPAQ
WA-P-DAG1-03-001
PCB Antenna
I-PEX
115 mm
Z-wave Antenna location
Z-wave / Chain 1 (Tx1)
Antenna Gain (dBi)
Frequency
Ant. 1 (Cn10)
908.4MHz
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3.11 Table for Carrier Frequency
Frequency Band
Channel No.
Frequency
902~928 MHz
908.4 MHz
3.12 Table for Test Modes
Investigation has been done on all the possible configurations for searching the worst cases. The following
table is a list of the test modes shown in this test report.
Test Items
Channel
Data Rate
Antenna
AC Power Line Conducted Emissions
40kbps
Band Edge and Fundamental Emissions
40kbps
Radiated Emission Test
40kbps
Emission Bandwidth
40kbps
3.13 Parameters of Test Software Setting
During testing, Channel & Power Controlling Software provided by the customer was used to control the
operating channel as well as the output power level. The RF output power selection is for the setting of RF
output power expected by the customer and is going to be fixed on the firmware of the final end product.
Test Software Version
Worst Modulation Mode
Z-wave
The Power Setting Parameter
gbnt-a_16.4.7400-3130000-20161205221903-b70a41bfe166cc2641e
406fc8321b480517a6eb3
Number of
Maximum
Frequency Output Power
Power
Transmit
Data Rate
(MHz)
Setting
Chains (NTX)
(dBm)
1TX
908.4
5.12
40
40kbps
Note: Maximum Output Power (dBm) value is measured by the power meter average sensor, for reference
only.
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3.14 Testing Location Information
Test Site Location
Address
(1) E-2, No.1, Li Hsin 1st Road, Hsinchu Science Park, Hsinchu City 300, Taiwan R.O.C.
TEL
886-3-6668565
FAX
886-3-6668323
Test Site No.
Site Category
Location
FCC Reg. No.
IC Reg. No.
VCCI Reg. No
Conduction 1
Conduction
Hsinchu
Chamber 3
966 Chamber
Hsinchu
147459
20331-1
Oven 2
Oven
Hsinchu
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3.15 EUT Diagram and Support Equipment
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.
Laptop
DELL
E6440
F9LYQ32
FCC DoC
Provided by Lab
B.
Phone
WONDER
WD-303
8C17DA02763
NA
Provided by Lab
C.
SIM Card
R&S
CRT-Z3
NA
NA
Provided by Lab
Note:
1. All power cords of the above support units are non-shielded (1.8m).
ID
Descriptions
Qty.
Length (m)
Shielding
(Yes/No)
Cores (Qty.)
Internal/external
connection
Remarks
1.
RJ-45 Cable
10
No
External
Provided by Lab
2.
DC Cable
1.8
No
Internal
Supplied by client
Provided by Lab
Provided by Lab
3.
RJ-11 Cable
10
No
External
4.
RJ-31 Cable
10
No
External
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EUT Diagram
s been verified to comply with the requirements of FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B (DoC). The test report has
been is
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Test Types and Results
4.1
AC Power Conducted Emissions Measurement
4.1.1 Limit
For this product which is designed to be connected to the AC power line, the radio frequency voltage that is
conducted back onto the AC power line on any frequency or frequencies within the band 150 kHz to 30 MHz
shall not exceed below limits table.
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
4.1.2 Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of the receiver
Receiver Parameters
Setting
Attenuation
10 dB
Start Frequency
0.15 MHz
Stop Frequency
30 MHz
IF Bandwidth
9 kHz
4.1.3 Test Procedures
1.
Configure the EUT according to ANSI C63.10. The EUT or host of EUT has to be placed 0.4 meter far
from the conducting wall of the shielding room and at least 80 centimeters from any other grounded
conducting surface.
2.
Connect EUT or host of EUT to the power mains through a line impedance stabilization network (LISN).
3.
All the support units are connected to the other LISNs. The LISN should provide 50uH/50ohms coupling
impedance.
4.
The frequency range from 150 kHz to 30 MHz was searched.
5.
Set the test-receiver system to Peak Detect Function and Specified Bandwidth with Maximum Hold
Mode.
6.
The measurement has to be done between each power line and ground at the power terminal.
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4.1.4 Test Setup Layout
Test Setup
1.
Interconnecting cables that hang closer than 40 cm to the ground plane shall be folded back and forth in
the center forming a bundle 30 to 40 cm long.
2.
I/O cables that are not connected to a peripheral shall be bundled in the center. The end of the cable may
be terminated, if required, using the correct terminating impedance. The overall length shall not exceed 1
m.
3.
EUT connected to one LISN. Unused LISN measuring port connectors shall be terminated in 50 Ω. LISN
can be placed on top of, or immediately beneath, reference ground plane.
3.1 All other equipment powered from additional LISN(s).
3.2 Multiple outlet strip can be used for multiple power cords of non-EUT equipment.
3.3 LISN at least 80 cm from nearest part of EUT chassis.
4.
Cables of hand-operated devices, such as keyboards, mice, etc., shall be placed as for normal use.
5.
Non-EUT components of EUT system being tested.
6.
Rear of EUT, including peripherals, shall all be aligned and flush with rear of tabletop.
Rear of tabletop shall be 40 cm removed from a vertical conducting plane that is bonded to the ground
plane.
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4.1.5 Test Deviation
There are no deviations with the original standard.
4.1.6 EUT Operating during Test
The EUT was placed on the test table and programmed in normal function.
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4.1.7 Test Results of AC Power Conducted Emissions
Frequency Range
150kHz ~ 30MHz
Input Power
120Vac, 60Hz
Tested by
Andy Ho
Frequency
No
(MHz)
0.15000
0.18125
0.33750
3.43750
7.60938
12.91406
Correction
Factor
(dB)
10.20
10.20
10.23
10.30
10.56
11.06
Detector Function
Quasi-Peak (QP) /
& Resolution
Average (AV), 9kHz
Bandwidth
Environmental
25℃, 75%RH
Conditions
Phase Of Power : Line (L)
Reading Value Emission Level
(dBuV)
(dBuV)
Q.P.
AV.
Q.P.
AV.
46.74
32.65
56.94
42.85
33.67
13.12
43.87
23.32
31.03
22.11
41.26
32.34
26.25
20.65
36.55
30.95
18.72
13.06
29.28
23.62
20.00
14.58
31.06
25.64
Limit
(dBuV)
Q.P.
AV.
66.00
56.00
64.43
54.43
59.26
49.26
56.00
46.00
60.00
50.00
60.00
50.00
Margin
(dB)
Q.P.
AV.
-9.06
-13.15
-20.56 -31.11
-18.00 -16.92
-19.45 -15.05
-30.72 -26.38
-28.94 -24.36
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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Frequency Range
150kHz ~ 30MHz
Input Power
120Vac, 60Hz
Tested by
Andy Ho
Frequency
No
(MHz)
0.15000
0.16953
0.19297
0.31406
3.37891
7.11328
Correction
Factor
(dB)
10.19
10.18
10.17
10.21
10.25
10.43
Detector Function
Quasi-Peak (QP) /
& Resolution
Average (AV), 9kHz
Bandwidth
Environmental
25℃, 75%RH
Conditions
Phase Of Power : Neutral (N)
Reading Value Emission Level
(dBuV)
(dBuV)
Q.P.
AV.
Q.P.
AV.
46.72
33.02
56.91
43.21
42.91
24.69
53.09
34.87
39.11
27.25
49.28
37.42
26.82
15.27
37.03
25.48
26.56
20.96
36.81
31.21
22.26
16.99
32.69
27.42
Limit
(dBuV)
Q.P.
AV.
66.00
56.00
64.98
54.98
63.91
53.91
59.86
49.86
56.00
46.00
60.00
50.00
Margin
(dB)
Q.P.
AV.
-9.09
-12.79
-11.89 -20.11
-14.63 -16.49
-22.83 -24.38
-19.19 -14.79
-27.31 -22.58
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
Band Edge and Fundamental Emissions Measurement
4.2.1 Limit
The field strength of emissions from intentional radiators operated within these frequency bands shall comply
with the following
Fundamental
Frequency
Field Strength of Fundamental
(millivolts/meter)
Field Strength of Harmonics
(microvolts/meter)
902 ~ 928 MHz
50
500
2400 ~ 2483.5 MHz
50
500
5725 ~ 5875 MHz
50
500
24 ~ 24.25 GHz
250
2500
Emissions radiated outside of the specified frequency bands, except for harmonics, shall be attenuated by
at least 50 dB below the level of the fundamental or to the general radiated emission limits as below table,
whichever is the lesser attenuation
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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4.2.2 Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of receiver.
Receiver Parameter
Setting
Start ~ Stop Frequency
30MHz~1000MHz / RBW 120kHz for QP
4.2.3 Test Procedure
Configure the EUT according to ANSI C63.10. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8
meters (for below 1GHz) above the ground. The phase center of the receiving antenna mounted on the
top of a height-variable antenna tower was placed 3 meters far away from the turntable.
Power on the EUT and all the supporting units. The turntable was rotated by 360 degrees to determine
the position of the highest radiation.
The height of the broadband receiving antenna was varied between one meter and four meters above
ground to find the maximum emissions field strength of both horizontal and vertical polarization.
For each suspected emissions, the antenna tower was scan (from 1 m to 4 m) and then the turntable
was rotated (from 0 degree to 360 degrees) to find the maximum reading.
Set the test-receiver system to Peak or CISPR quasi-peak Detect Function with specified bandwidth
under Maximum Hold Mode
If the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was 3 dB lower than the average limit specified, then
testing will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions which do not
have 3 dB margin will be repeated one by one using the quasi-peak method for below 1GHz.
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4.2.4 Test Setup Layout
Setup
For Radiated Emissions below 1GHz
(30MHz~1GHz)
Ant. Tower
EUT&
Support Units
1-4m
Variable
3m
Turn Table
80cm
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
4.2.5 Test Deviation
There are no deviations with the original standard.
4.2.6 EUT Operating Conditions
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
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4.2.7 Test Results
Temperature
Test Engineer
23°C
Gary Cheng
CHANNEL
TX Channel 1
Humidity
69%
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)
901.44
30.60 QP
46.00
-15.40
1.49 H
290
26.20
*908.40
93.90 QP
94.00
-0.10
1.49 H
290
89.30
928.00
28.80 QP
46.00
-17.20
1.49 H
290
24.00
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.
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CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
4.40
4.60
4.80
Report Format Version: 6.1.1
CHANNEL
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
TX Channel 1
Quasi-Peak (QP)
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)
901.55
31.10 QP
46.00
-14.90
1.04 V
157
26.70
*908.40
91.00 QP
94.00
-3.00
1.04 V
157
86.40
928.03
26.00 QP
46.00
-20.00
1.04 V
157
21.20
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.
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CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
4.40
4.60
4.80
Report Format Version: 6.1.1
4.3
Radiated Emissions Measurement
4.3.1 Limit
The field strength of emissions from intentional radiators operated within these frequency bands shall comply
with the following
Fundamental
Frequency
Field Strength of Fundamental
(millivolts/meter)
Field Strength of Harmonics
(microvolts/meter)
902 ~ 928 MHz
50
500
2400 ~ 2483.5 MHz
50
500
5725 ~ 5875 MHz
50
500
24 ~ 24.25 GHz
250
2500
Emissions radiated outside of the specified frequency bands, except for harmonics, shall be attenuated by
at least 50 dB below the level of the fundamental or to the general radiated emission limits as below table,
whichever is the lesser attenuation
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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4.3.2 Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of spectrum
analyzer and receiver.
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Start Frequency
1000 MHz
Stop Frequency
10th carrier harmonic
RBW / VBW
1MHz / 3MHz for Peak, 1 MHz / 10Hz for Average
Receiver Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Start ~ Stop Frequency
9kHz~150kHz / RBW 200Hz for QP
Start ~ Stop Frequency
150kHz~30MHz / RBW 9kHz for QP
Start ~ Stop Frequency
30MHz~1000MHz / RBW 120kHz for QP
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4.3.3 Test Procedure
Configure the EUT according to ANSI C63.10. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8
meters (for below 1GHz) / 1.5 meters (for above 1GHz) above the ground. The phase center of the
receiving antenna mounted on the top of a height-variable antenna tower was placed 3 meters far away
from the turntable.
Power on the EUT and all the supporting units. The turntable was rotated by 360 degrees to determine
the position of the highest radiation.
The height of the broadband receiving antenna was varied between one meter and four meters above
ground to find the maximum emissions field strength of both horizontal and vertical polarization.
For each suspected emissions, the antenna tower was scan (from 1 m to 4 m) and then the turntable
was rotated (from 0 degree to 360 degrees) to find the maximum reading.
Set the test-receiver system to Peak or CISPR quasi-peak Detect Function with specified bandwidth
under Maximum Hold Mode
If the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was 3 dB lower than the average limit specified, then
testing will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions which do not
have 3 dB margin will be repeated one by one using the quasi-peak method for below 1GHz.
For testing above 1GHz, the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was lower than average limit
(that means the emissions level in peak mode also complies with the limit in average mode), then
testing will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions will be
measured in average mode again and reported.
As the emission is lower than 30MHz, loop antenna has to be used for measurement and the recorded
data should be QP measured by receiver. High – Low scan is not required in this case.
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4.3.4 Test Setup Layout
Setup
For Radiated Emissions below 1GHz (9kHz~30MHz)
EUT&
Support Units
Loop
Ant.
3m
Turn Table
1m
80cm
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
For Radiated Emissions below 1GHz
(30MHz~1GHz)
Ant. Tower
EUT&
Support Units
1-4m
Variable
3m
Turn Table
80cm
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
For Radiated Emissions above 1GHz
Ant. Tower
EUT&
Support Units
1-4m
Variable
3m
Turn Table
Absorber
150cm
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
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4.3.5 Test Deviation
There are no deviations with the original standard.
4.3.6 EUT Operating Conditions
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
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4.3.7 Test Results of Radiated Emissions
Temperature
Test Engineer
Humidity
23°C
Gary Cheng
70%
Radiated Emissions Range 9kHz~30MHz
The amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20 dB below the permissible value
has no need to be reported.
Radiated Emissions Range 30MHz~1GHz
CHANNEL
TX Channel 1
FREQUENCY RANGE
30MHz ~ 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)
87.13
30.60 QP
40.00
-9.40
2.00 H
246
44.60
442.06
24.60 QP
46.00
-21.40
1.50 H
37
28.00
627.57
27.50 QP
46.00
-18.50
1.50 H
124
27.10
895.75
40.60 QP
46.00
-5.40
2.00 H
228
36.30
901.44
30.60 QP
46.00
-15.40
1.49 H
290
26.20
*908.40
93.90 QP
94.00
-0.10
1.49 H
290
89.30
928.00
28.80 QP
46.00
-17.20
1.49 H
290
24.00
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.
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CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
-14.00
-3.40
0.40
4.30
4.40
4.60
4.80
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CHANNEL
TX Channel 1
FREQUENCY RANGE
30MHz ~ 1GHz
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Quasi-Peak (QP)
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)
34.70
35.60 QP
40.00
-4.40
1.00 V
236
45.20
100.16
32.30 QP
43.50
-11.20
1.00 V
39
45.20
112.09
30.00 QP
43.50
-13.50
1.50 V
41.30
615.69
29.60 QP
46.00
-16.40
1.00 V
128
29.40
901.55
31.10 QP
46.00
-14.90
1.04 V
157
26.70
*908.40
91.00 QP
94.00
-3.00
1.04 V
157
86.40
928.03
26.00 QP
46.00
-20.00
1.04 V
157
21.20
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.
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CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
-9.60
-12.90
-11.30
0.20
4.40
4.60
4.80
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Radiated Emission Range 1GHz~10th Harmonic
CHANNEL
TX Channel 1
FREQUENCY RANGE
1GHz ~ 10GHz
Peak (PK)
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Average (AV)
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)
1816.80
40.10 PK
74.00
-33.90
2.38 H
188
46.30
1816.80
30.50 AV
54.00
-23.50
2.38 H
188
36.70
2725.20
40.90 PK
74.00
-33.10
1.83 H
345
44.10
2725.20
34.20 AV
54.00
-19.80
1.83 H
345
37.40
3633.60
38.80 PK
74.00
-35.20
1.88 H
185
39.90
3633.60
29.10 AV
54.00
-24.90
1.88 H
185
30.20
4542.00
51.60 PK
74.00
-22.40
2.53 H
174
49.90
4542.00
50.20 AV
54.00
-3.80
2.53 H
174
48.50
5450.40
41.90 PK
74.00
-32.10
1.76 H
238
38.20
10 5450.40
29.80 AV
54.00
-24.20
1.76 H
238
26.10
11 6358.80
55.20 PK
74.00
-18.80
1.70 H
72
49.30
12 6358.80
53.10 AV
54.00
-0.90
1.70 H
72
47.20
13 7267.20
48.60 PK
74.00
-25.40
2.31 H
297
39.80
14 7267.20
40.30 AV
54.00
-13.70
2.31 H
297
31.50
15 8175.60
50.00 PK
74.00
-24.00
1.76 H
303
39.90
16 8175.60
42.00 AV
54.00
-12.00
1.76 H
303
31.90
17 9084.00
47.90 PK
74.00
-26.10
1.75 H
244
37.10
18 9084.00
36.10 AV
54.00
-17.90
1.75 H
244
25.30
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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CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
-6.20
-6.20
-3.20
-3.20
-1.10
-1.10
1.70
1.70
3.70
3.70
5.90
5.90
8.80
8.80
10.10
10.10
10.80
10.80
Report Format Version: 6.1.1
CHANNEL
TX Channel 1
FREQUENCY RANGE
1GHz ~ 10GHz
Peak (PK)
DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Average (AV)
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)
1816.80
36.00 PK
74.00
-38.00
1.75 V
242
42.20
1816.80
23.90 AV
54.00
-30.10
1.75 V
242
30.10
2725.20
42.60 PK
74.00
-31.40
2.56 V
344
45.80
2725.20
38.40 AV
54.00
-15.60
2.56 V
344
41.60
3633.60
38.60 PK
74.00
-35.40
1.58 V
342
39.70
3633.60
27.10 AV
54.00
-26.90
1.58 V
342
28.20
4542.00
49.50 PK
74.00
-24.50
3.94 V
142
47.80
4542.00
47.30 AV
54.00
-6.70
3.94 V
142
45.60
5450.40
41.00 PK
74.00
-33.00
1.57 V
242
37.30
10 5450.40
29.80 AV
54.00
-24.20
1.57 V
242
26.10
11 6358.80
51.50 PK
74.00
-22.50
3.92 V
22
45.60
12 6358.80
48.60 AV
54.00
-5.40
3.92 V
22
42.70
13 7267.20
46.00 PK
74.00
-28.00
1.28 V
334
37.20
14 7267.20
36.70 AV
54.00
-17.30
1.28 V
334
27.90
15 8175.60
47.20 PK
74.00
-26.80
1.78 V
242
37.10
16 8175.60
36.10 AV
54.00
-17.90
1.78 V
242
26.00
17 9084.00
47.50 PK
74.00
-26.50
1.78 V
248
36.70
18 9084.00
36.10 AV
54.00
-17.90
1.78 V
248
25.30
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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CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
-6.20
-6.20
-3.20
-3.20
-1.10
-1.10
1.70
1.70
3.70
3.70
5.90
5.90
8.80
8.80
10.10
10.10
10.80
10.80
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4.4
Emission Bandwidth Measurement
4.4.1 Limits
Intentional radiators must be designed to ensure that the 20 dB bandwidth of the emissions in the specific
band (902~928MHz).
4.4.2 Measuring Instruments and Setting
The following table is the setting of the Spectrum Analyzer.
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Span Frequency
> 20dB Bandwidth
RBW
100KHz
VBW
≥ 3 x RBW
Detector
Peak
Trace
Max Hold
Sweep Time
Auto couple
4.4.3 Test Procedure
The transmitter output (antenna port) was connected to the spectrum analyzer in peak, Max hold mode.
For each RF output channel investigated, the spectrum analyzer center frequency was set to the
channel carrier frequency. Peak reading was taken; two markers were set 20 dB below the maximum
level on the right and the left side of the emission.
The 20 dB bandwidth is the frequency difference between the two markers
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4.4.4 Test Setup
Setup
4.4.5 Test Deviation
There are no deviations with the original standard.
4.4.6 EUT Operating Conditions
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
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4.4.7 Test Results of Emission Bandwidth
Temperature
Test Engineer
Humidity
20°C
Anderson Chen
62%
Z-Wave
CHANNEL
FREQUENCY
(MHz)
EMISSION
BANDWIDTH
(kHz)
Frequency
Low>902MHz
Frequency
High<928MHz
PASS / FAIL
908.4
320
908.23
908.55
PASS
SPECTRUM PLOT
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4.5
List of Test Instruments
DESCRIPTION &
MANUFACTURER
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
CALIBRATED
CALIBRATED
DATE
UNTIL
Test Receiver
ESCS 30
847124/029
Oct. 24, 2016
Oct. 23, 2017
R&S
Line-Impedance
Stabilization Network (for
Oct. 26, 2016
Oct. 25, 2017
ESH3-Z5
848773/004
EUT)
R&S
RF Cable
5D-FB
COCCAB-001
Sep. 30, 2016
Sep. 29, 2017
10 dB PAD
HAT-10+
CONATT-004
June 20, 2016
June 19, 2017
Mini-Circuits
Software
BVADT_Cond_
NA
NA
NA
BVADT
V7.3.7.4
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. 1.
3. Tested Date: Dec. 01, 2016
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DESCRIPTION &
MANUFACTURER
Test Receiver
Agilent
(*)
Pre-Amplifier
EMCI
(*)
Loop Antenna
Electro-Metrics
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
N9038A
CALIBRATED CALIBRATED
DATE
UNTIL
MY50010156
Aug. 18, 2016
Aug. 17, 2017
EMC001340
980142
Jan. 20, 2016
Jan. 19, 2018
EM-6879
264
Dec. 16, 2014
Dec. 15, 2016
RF Cable
NA
LOOPCAB-001
LOOPCAB-002
Jan. 18, 2016
Jan. 17, 2017
Pre-Amplifier
Mini-Circuits
Trilog Broadband Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
ZFL-1000VH2
AMP-ZFL-05
May 07, 2016
May 06, 2017
VULB 9168
9168-156
Jan. 04, 2016
Jan. 03, 2017
RF Cable
8D
966-3-1
966-3-2
966-3-3
Apr. 02, 2016
Apr. 01, 2017
UNAT-5+
PAD-3m-3-01
Oct. 05, 2016
Oct. 04, 2017
BBHA9120-D
9120D-406
Jan. 20, 2016
Jan. 19, 2017
8449B
3008A02465
Apr. 05, 2016
Apr. 04, 2017
EMC104-SMSM-2000
EMC104-SMSM-5000
EMC104-SMSM-5000
150317
150321
150322
Mar. 30, 2016
Mar. 29, 2017
N9030A
MY54490520
July 29, 2016
July 28, 2017
EMC184045
980143
Jan. 15, 2016
Jan. 14, 2017
BBHA 9170
BBHA9170608 Jan. 08, 2016
Jan. 07, 2017
Fixed attenuator
Mini-Circuits
Horn_Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
Pre-Amplifier
Agilent
RF Cable
Spectrum Analyzer
Keysight
Pre-Amplifier
EMCI
Horn_Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
RF Cable
Software
SUCOFLEX
36432/2
102
36433/2
ADT_Radiated
NA
_V8.7.08
Jan. 16, 2016
Jan. 15, 2017
NA
NA
Antenna Tower & Turn Table
MF-7802
MF780208406 NA
NA
Max-Full
Boresight Antenna Fixture
FBA-01
FBA-SIP01
NA
NA
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. 3.
4. The FCC Site Registration No. is 147459
5. The CANADA Site Registration No. is 20331-1
6. Tested Date: Dec. 13 to 14, 2016
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DESCRIPTION &
CALIBRATED
CALIBRATED
DATE
UNTIL
100964
June 28, 2016
June 27, 2017
E4446A
MY48250253
Dec. 21, 2016
Dec. 20, 2017
ML2495A
1014008
May 05, 2016
May 04, 2017
MA2411B
0917122
May 05, 2016
May 04, 2017
6205
1440452
NA
NA
GTH-150-40-SP-AR MAA0812-008
Jan. 15, 2016
Jan. 14, 2017
DC Power Supply
Topward
6603D
795558
NA
NA
Digital Multimeter
FLUKE
87III
73680266
Nov. 10, 2016
Nov. 09, 2017
Nov. 25, 2016
Nov. 24, 2017
MANUFACTURER
Spectrum Analyzer
R&S
Spectrum Analyzer
Agilent
Power meter
Anritsu
Power sensor
Anritsu
AC Power Source
Extech Electronics
Temperature & Humidity
Chamber
Giant Force
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
FSV40
MY45094468/005
ESG Vector signal generator
E4438C
Agilent
506 602 UK6
UNJ
Mech Switch Absorptive
Mini-Circuits
FXD ATTEN
Mini-Circuits
Software
NOTE:
MSP4TA-18+
0140
Mar. 19, 2016
Mar. 18, 2017
BW-S3W2+
MN71981
Mar. 19, 2016
Mar. 18, 2017
ADT_RF Test
Software V6.6.5.4
NA
NA
NA
1. The test was performed in Oven room 2.
2. The calibration interval of the above test instruments is 12 months and the calibrations
are traceable to NML/ROC and NIST/USA.
3. Tested Date: Jan. 10, 2017
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Appendix A. 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 accredited and
approved 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
Tel: 886-3-3183232
Fax: 886-3-3270892
Email: service.adt@tw.bureauveritas.com
Web Site: www.bureauveritas-adt.com
The address and road map of all our labs can be found in our web site also.
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