DVRS700 MOBEXCOM DVR Vehicular Repeater RF Exposure Info RF Expo Report 1 - AZ492FT4897 Futurecom Systems Group ULC.

Futurecom Systems Group ULC. MOBEXCOM DVR Vehicular Repeater

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FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700 SR10953
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TESTING CERT # 2518.01
DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE: MPE/SAR ASSESSMENT
EME Test Laboratory
8000 West Sunrise Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL. 33322
Date of Report:
March 5, 2013
Report Revision:
O
Report ID:
SR10953 Full PCII_MPE_Report: DVR 700 with
Companion Mobile APX UHF R1 HP
Rev.O_130305.
Responsible Engineer:
Kim Uong (Principal Staff EME Test Engineer)
Report author:
Kim Uong (Principal Staff EME Test Engineer)
Date(s) Tested:
DVR: 10/12/2012
Companion Mobile: 10/31/2012 11/9/2012
Manufacturer/Location:
Futurecom Systems Group Inc., Concord, Ontario, Canada
Date submitted for test:
10/1/2012
DUT Description:
DVR: 764-806 MHz Digital Vehicular Repeater.
Companion Mobile: APX7500 Single Band UHF R1 100W
Test TX mode(s):
CW
Max. Power output:
DVR: 5W (100% duty cycle)
Companion Mobile: 120W (50% duty cycle, PTT)
TX Frequency Bands:
DVR: 764-776MHz (talk around); 794-806 MHz (repeater)
Companion Mobile: 380-470 MHz
Signaling type:
FM; APCO 25
Model(s) Tested:
DVR: DQPMDVR7000P
Companion Mobile: M30QTS9PW1AN
Model(s) Certified:
DQPMDVR7000P (DVR)
Serial Number(s):
5060955 (DVR); 123ABC4567 (Companion Mobile)
Classification:
Occupational/Controlled Environment
FCC ID:
LO6-DVRS700
Part 22 & 90: 763-775MHz, 793-805MHz, 806-809MHz;
406.1-470MHz; Results outside FCC bands are not applicable
for FCC compliance demonstration.
Based on the information and the testing results provided herein, the undersigned certifies that when used as stated in the operating instructions
supplied, said product complies with the national and international reference standards and guidelines listed in section 3.0 of this report. This
report shall not be reproduced without written approval from an officially designated representative of the Motorola Solutions Inc. EME
Laboratory.
I attest to the accuracy of the data and assume full responsibility for the completeness of these measurements.
This reporting format is consistent with the suggested guidelines of the TIA TSB-159 April 2006
The results and statements contained in this report pertain only to the device(s) evaluated herein.
Deanna Zakharia
EME Lab Senior Resource Manager and
Laboratory Director
Approval Date: 3/5/2013
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Document Revision History
Date
Revision
3/5/2013 O Initial release
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1.0 Introduction ....................................................................................................................................... 4
2.0 Abbreviations / Definitions ............................................................................................................... 4
3.0 Referenced Standards and Guidelines ............................................................................................... 4
4.0 Power Density Limits ........................................................................................................................ 5
5.0 Nc Test Channels ............................................................................................................................... 6
6.0 Measurement Equipment .................................................................................................................. 6
7.0 Measurement System Uncertainty Levels ......................................................................................... 6
8.0 Product and System Description ....................................................................................................... 7
9.0 Options and Accessories ................................................................................................................... 8
10.0 Test Set-Up Description .................................................................................................................... 8
11.0 Method of Measurement for DVR with trunk mounted antenna(s) .................................................. 8
11.1. External/Bystander vehicle MPE measurements................................................................. 8
11.2. Internal/Passenger vehicle MPE measurements .................................................................. 9
12.0 Method of Measurement for Companion Mobile with roof mounted antenna(s) ........................... 10
12.1. External/Bystander vehicle MPE measurements............................................................... 10
12.2. Internal/Passenger vehicle MPE measurements ................................................................ 10
13.0 MPE Calculations ........................................................................................................................... 11
14.0 Antenna Summary ........................................................................................................................... 12
15.0 Test Results Summary .................................................................................................................... 12
15.1. MPE Test Results .............................................................................................................. 12
15.2. Combined MPE Results .................................................................................................... 19
16.0 Conclusion ...................................................................................................................................... 21
Appendix A - Antenna Locations and Test Distances ................................................................. 23
Appendix B - Probe Calibration Certificates ............................................................................... 27
Appendix C - Photos of Assessed Antennas ................................................................................ 31
Appendix D – MPE Measurement Results .................................................................................. 33
Appendix E - SAR Simulation Report ......................................................................................... 44
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1.0 Introduction
This report details the test setup, test equipment and test results of Maximum Permissible Exposure
(MPE) performed at Motorola Solutions’ outside test site and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
simulations for DVR product FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700 (Model # DQPMDVR7000P) when used with
Companion Mobile FCC ID: AZ492FT4897 (Model # M30QTS9PW1AN).
2.0 Abbreviations / Definitions
APCO: Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials
BS: Bystander
C4FM: Compatible 4-Level Frequency Modulation
CNR: Calibration Not Required
CQPSK: Compatible Quadrature Phase Shift Keying
CW: Continuous Wave
DUT: Device Under Test
DVR: Digital Vehicular Repeater
EME: Electromagnetic Energy
F2: 2 slot Time Division Multiple Access
FM: Frequency Modulation
MPE: Maximum Permissible Exposure
NA: Not Applicable
PB: Passenger Backseat
PF: Passenger Front seat
PTT: Push to Talk
SAR: Specific Absorption Rate
TDMA: Time Division Multiple Access
3.0 Referenced Standards and Guidelines
This product is designed to comply with the following applicable national and international standards
and guidelines.
United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of Federal Regulations; Rule Part 47CFR
§ 1.1310, § 2.1091 (d) and § 2.1093 for RF Exposure, where applicable.
Federal Communications Commission, “Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guidelines for Human
Exposure to Radio frequency Electromagnetic Fields”, OET Bulletin 65, Supplement C (Edition 01-
01), FCC, Washington, D.C.: June 2001.
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE) C95. 1-1999
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE) C95. 1-1992. Specific to FCC rules and regulations.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) C95.3-2002
Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6 (2009), Limits of Human Exposure to Radio frequency
Electromagnetic Fields in the Frequency Range from 3 kHz to 300 GHz
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4.0 Power Density Limits
Table 1Occupational / Controlled Exposure Limits
Frequency
Range (MHz)
FCC OET
Bulletin 65
Supplement C
ICNIRP
IEEE C95.1
1992/1999
IEEE C95.1
2005
RSS 102
issue 4 - 2010
mW/cm^2
W/m^2
mW/cm^2
W/m^2
W/m^2
30 - 300
1.0
*10.0
10 - 400
10.0
100 - 300
1.0
10.0
300 - 1,500 f/300
f/30
300 - 3,000
f/300
f/30
400 - 2,000
f/40
1,500 - 15,000
50.0
1,500 - 100,000
5.0
2,000 – 300,000
50.0
3,000 - 300,000
10.0
100.0
*Power density limit is applicable at frequencies greater than 100MHz
Table 2 General Population / Uncontrolled Exposure Limits
Frequency
Range (MHz)
FCC OET
Bulletin 65
Supplement C
ICNIRP
IEEE C95.1
1992/1999
IEEE C95.1
2005
RSS 102
issue 4 – 2010
mW/cm^2
W/m^2
mW/cm^2
W/m^2
W/m^2
30 – 300 0.2
*2.0
10 – 400
2.0
100 – 300
0.2
100 – 400
2.0
300 – 1,500
f/1,500
f/150
400 – 2,000 f/200 f/200
300 – 15,000
f/1,500
1,500 – 15,000
10.0
1,500 – 100,000
1.0
2,000 – 100,000
10.0
2,000 – 300,000 10.0
*Power density limit is applicable at frequencies greater than 100MHz
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5.0 Nc Test Channels
The number of test channels are determined by using Equation 1 below. This equation is available in
FCC’s KDB 447498. The test channels are appropriately spaced across the antenna’s frequency range.
Equation 1 – Number of test channels
Nc = Round {[100(fhigh – flow)/fc]0.5 x (fc / 100)0.2}
where Nc is the number of test channels, fhigh and flow are the highest and lowest frequencies within the
transmission band, fc is the mid-band frequency, and frequencies are in MHz.
6.0 Measurement Equipment
Table 3 - Equipment
Equipment Type
Model #
SN
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Due Date
Automobile
2003 Ford Crown Victoria, 4-Door
NA
NA
NA
Survey Meter
Probe – E-Field
ETS Model HI-2200
ETS Model E100
00086887
00126277
6/11/2012 6/11/2013
E-field measurements are in mW/cm^2.
7.0 Measurement System Uncertainty Levels
Table 4 - Uncertainty Budget for Near Field Probe Measurements
Tol.
Prob.
Divisor
u
i
vi
(± %)
Dist.
(±%)
Measurement System
Probe Calibration
6.0
N
1.00
6.0
Survey Meter Calibration 3.0 N 1.00 3.0
Hemispherical Isotropy 8.0 R 1.73 4.6
Linearity
5.0
R
1.73
2.9
Pulse Response
1.0
R
1.73
0.6
RF Ambient Noise
3.0
R
1.73
1.7
RF Reflections 8.0 R 1.73 4.6
Probe Positioning 10.0 R 1.73 5.8
Test sample Related
Antenna Positioning
3.0
N
1.00
3.0
Power drift
5.0
R
1.73
2.9
Combined Standard
Uncertainty
RSS
12.2
Expanded Uncertainty
k=2
24
(95% CONFIDENCE
LEVEL)
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8.0 Product and System Description
This device (FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700, Model # DQPMDVR7000P) is a MOBEXCOM Digital
Vehicular Repeater (DVR) manufactured by FUTURECOM Systems Group. The DVR, in addition to
standalone operation, is capable of interfacing to a companion mobile radio using serial data protocol for
audio and control. The full duplex DVR provides local area coverage for portable to portable
communication in the DVR’s operating band while the Companion Mobile radio provides wide-area
coverage extension.
The system can operate in the following modes: Mobile mode - where the vehicular repeat function is
off but receives emergency and mode change commands from portable devices; Local mode - with
portable to portable repeat and network monitoring capabilities; and System mode - with portable to
portable repeat functions with full network interconnect. Furthermore, the DVRS offers a busy lockout
feature where a simulcast prevention algorithm is used for seamless multi-vehicle operation on the same
channel. Moreover, the system supports emergency calls in the MDC1200 signaling format. Other
system features include field programmability, seamless interface to a mobile radio through the control
head bus, controllability via a mobile radio control head, as well as remotely by a dispatcher or portable
user. The DVR supports up to 64 channels and 255 talk groups, MDC1200, DTMF, EIA, CCIR
signaling as well as PL and DPL. The DVR supports programmability of leading and/or trailing tones,
and audio and TX priorities per mode as well as talk group steering.
This test report covers the RF Exposure performance of the DVR FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700 (700MHz
5watts) interfaced with, and transmitting simultaneously with a Companion Mobile radio FCC ID:
AZ492FT4897 (UHF R1 100 watts), and with both units installed in a typical vehicle.
The DVR transmit frequency ranges are 764-775MHz (talk around) and 794-806MHz (repeater) at
transmit duty cycle up to 100%. The Companion Mobile transmit frequency range is 380-470MHz at
transmit duty cycle up to 50% (PTT). The DVR antenna is limited to ¼ wave (0dBd gain) mounted at
the center of the trunk, and the Companion Mobile antennas are limited to ¼ wave (0dBd gain) and ½
wave (2dBd and 3.5dBd gain) mounted at the side of the roof (45cm from the center of the roof). The
maximum conducted power delivered to the DVR antenna is 5 watts, due to the filter losses, while the
maximum conducted power delivered to the Companion Mobile is 120 watts.
This device will be marketed to and used by employees solely for work-related operations, such as
public safety agencies, e.g. police, fire and emergency medical. User training is the responsibility of
these agencies which can be expected to employ the usage instructions, safety information and
operational cautions set forth in the user's manual, instructional sessions or other means.
Accordingly this product is classified as Occupational/Controlled Exposure. However, in accordance
with FCC requirements, the passengers inside the vehicle and the bystanders external to the vehicle are
evaluated to the General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure Limits.
(Note that “Bystanders” as used herein are people other than operator)
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9.0 Options and Accessories
The offered antennas for the DVR and the Companion Mobile are listed on the table 5.
Table 5
FCC ID
Model/Description
Antennas
LO6-DVRS700 DQPMDVR7000P
764-806MHz, 5 watt,
vehicular repeater
HAF4016A (764-870 MHz, 1/4 wave Trunk mount, 0dBd gain)
AZ492FT4897
M30QTS9PW1AN
Companion APX7500 Single
Band UHF R1
(380-470MHz), 100 Watts
HAE4003A (450-470 MHz, 1/4 wave Roof mount, 0dBd gain)
HAE4011A (445-470 MHz, 1/2 wave Roof mount, 3.5dBd gain)
HAE6012A (380-433MHz, 1/4 wave Roof mount, 0dBd gain)
HAE6013A (380-470MHz, 1/2 wave Roof mount, 2dBd gain)
10.0 Test Set-Up Description
Assessments were performed with DVR and the companion mobile radio installed in the test vehicle
while engine was at idle, at the specified distances and test locations indicated in sections 11.0, 12.0 and
Appendix A.
- DVR: the ¼ wave 0dBd gain antenna (HAF4016A) was assessed while mounted at the trunk.
- Companion mobile: the ¼ wave 0dBd gain antennas (HAE4003A, HAE6012A), and ½ wave
2dBd and 3.5dBd gain (HAE6013A, HAE4011A) were assessed while mounted at the side of the
roof (driver side) of the test vehicle.
All antennas described in Table 5 were considered in order to develop the test plan for this product.
Antennas were installed and tested per their appropriate mount locations (Roof / Trunk) and defined test
channels.
11.0 Method of Measurement for DVR with trunk mounted antenna(s)
( Referenced Appendix A for illustration of antenna location and test distances).
11.1. External/Bystander vehicle MPE measurements
The DVR antenna is located at the center of the trunk. Refer to Appendix A for antenna location
and distance.
MPE measurements for bystander (BS) conditions are determined by taking the average of (10)
measurements in a 2 m vertical line for each of the (5) bystander test locations indicated in
Appendix A with 20cm height increments at the test distance of 90cm from the test vehicle’s
body, as stated in the user manual. The measurement probe is positioned orthogonal to antenna
(typically parallel to ground with a vertically mounted antenna) and aimed directly at the
antenna’s axis. These measurements are representative of persons other than the operator
standing next to the vehicle.
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11.2. Internal/Passenger vehicle MPE measurements
The DVR antenna is located toward the center of the trunk at a minimum 85cm from backseat
passenger. Refer to Appendix A for antenna location and distance.
MPE measurements for passenger front seat (PF) and backseat (PB) conditions are
determined by taking the average of the (3) measurements (Head, Chest, and Lower Trunk)
inside the vehicle for both the front and back seats.
The backseat is a bench seat and therefore each position (Head, Chest & Lower Trunk)
were scanned across (horizontally) the seat starting from the middle of the seat to the edge
of the seat stopping 20cm from the vehicle door. Similar process was used in the front
bucket seat.
The probe handle is oriented parallel (horizontal) to the ground and pointed towards the
back of the vehicle. The probe handle is not oriented normal to the seat surface. The probe
head (incorporating the field sensors) is scanned continuously (using the max-hold function
available in the meter) along three test axes which are parallel to the seat angle (intended as
the line determined by the intersection of the plane of the seat and the plane of the
backrest) and are 20cm from the seat surface. One test axis is at the Head height, another is
at the Chest height, and another is at the Lower Trunk height. The maximum field level
value recorded for each test axis is logged. The MPE is determined by averaging these
three maximum values regardless of the geometrical location where they were observed.
For instance, the locations of the three maxima may lie on different vertical (relative to
ground) lines.
This approach leads to results that are representative of the exposure of vehicle occupants
since it is based on an average across the body portions closest to the antenna for trunk
mount position, and is conservatively biased because the highest results for each test axis
are combined, e.g. the highest head exposure could be in the middle of the seat while the
highest lower trunk exposure could be closer to the door.
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12.0 Method of Measurement for Companion Mobile with roof mounted antenna(s)
( Referenced Appendix A for illustration of antenna location and test distances).
12.1. External/Bystander vehicle MPE measurements
The Companion Mobile antennas are located at the side of the roof (45cm from the center of the
roof, along the width of the vehicle, driver side). Refer to Appendix A for antenna location and
distance.
MPE measurements for bystander (BS) conditions are determined by taking the average of (10)
measurements in a 2 m vertical line for each of the (5) bystander test locations indicated in
Appendix A with 20cm height increments at the test distance of 90cm from the test vehicle’s
body, as stated in the user manual. The measurement probe is positioned orthogonal to antenna
(typically parallel to ground with a vertically mounted antenna) and aimed directly at the
antenna’s axis. These measurements are representative of persons other than the operator
standing next to the vehicle.
12.2. Internal/Passenger vehicle MPE measurements
The Companion Mobile antennas are located at the side of the roof (45cm from the center of the
roof, along the width of the vehicle, driver side). Refer to Appendix A for antenna location and
distance.
MPE measurements for passenger front seat (PF) and backseat (PB) conditions are determined by
taking the average of the (3) measurements (Head, Chest, and Lower Trunk) inside the vehicle
for both the front and back seats.
The backseat is a bench seat and therefore each position (Head, Chest & Lower Trunk) were
scanned across (horizontally) the seat starting from the middle of the seat to the edge of the seat
stopping 20cm from the vehicle door. Similar process was used in the front bucket seat.
The probe handle is oriented parallel (horizontal) to the ground and pointed towards the back of
the vehicle. The probe handle is not oriented normal to the seat surface. The probe head
(incorporating the field sensors) is scanned continuously (using the max-hold function available
in the meter) along three test axes which are parallel to the seat angle (intended as the line
determined by the intersection of the plane of the seat and the plane of the backrest) and are
20cm from the seat surface. One test axis is at the Head height, another is at the Chest height, and
another is at the Lower Trunk height. The maximum field level value recorded for each test axis
is logged. The MPE is determined by averaging these three maximum values regardless of the
geometrical location where they were observed. For instance, the locations of the three maxima
may lie on different vertical (relative to ground) lines.
This approach leads to results that are representative of the exposure of vehicle occupants since it
is based on an average across the body portions closest to the antenna for roof mount position,
and is conservatively biased because the highest results for each test axis are combined, e.g. the
highest head exposure could be in the middle of the seat while the highest lower trunk exposure
could be closer to the door.
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13.0 MPE Calculations
The final MPE results for this mobile radio are presented in section 15.1 Tables 7 - 10. The results for
the DVR are based on the 100% duty cycle while the results for the Companion Mobile are based on 50%
duty cycle for PTT.
Below is an explanation of how the MPE results are calculated. Refer to Appendix D for MPE
measurement results and calculations.
External to vehicle (Bystander) - 10 measurements are averaged over the body (Avg_over_body).
Internal to vehicle (Passengers) - 3 measurements are averaged over the body (Avg_over_body).
The Average over Body test methodology is consistent with IEEE/ANSI C95.3-2002 guidelines.
Therefore;
Equation 2 – Power Density Calculation (Calc._P.D.)
)_(*)___(*)
__(.._. cycledutyfactorcalfrequencyprobebodyoverAvgDPCalc =
Note1: The highest “average” cal factors from the calibration certificates were selected for the
applicable frequency range. Linear interpretation was used to determine
“probe_frequency_cal_factor” for the specific test frequencies.
Note 2: The E-field probe calibration certificate’s frequency cal factors were determined by measuring
V/m. The survey meter’s results were measured in power density (mW/cm^2) and therefore the
“probe_frequency_cal_factor”
was squared in equation 2 to account for these results.
Note 3: The H-field probe calibration certificate’s frequency cal factors were determined by measuring
A/m. The survey meter’s results were measured in A/m and therefore the “Avg_over_body” A/m results
were converted to power density (mW/cm^2) using the equation 3. H-field measurements are only
applicable to frequencies below 300MHz.
Equation 3 – Converting A/m to mW/cm^2
699.37*2)^/(2^/ mAcmmW =
Equation 4 – Power Density Maximum Calculation
poweroutputinitial
poweroutput
calcDP
DPCalcMax __
_max_
*_...._._ =
Note 4: For initial output power> max_output_power; max_output_power / initial output power = 1
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14.0 Antenna Summary
Table 6 below summarizes the tested antennas and their descriptions, mount location (roof/trunk),
overlap of FCC bands, number of test channels per FCC KDB 447498 (FCC Nc) and actual number of
tested channels (Actual Nc). This information was used to determine the test configurations presented in
this report. Table 6
#
DUT FCC ID
(Model #)
Antenna
Model
Frequency
Range
(MHz)
Physical
Length
(cm)
Gain
(dBi)
Remarks
Mount
Location
(Roof/Trunk)
Overlap FCC
Bands (MHz)
FCC
Nc
Actual
Nc
1 LO6-DVRS700
(DQPMDVR7000P) HAF4016A 764-870 9.0 2.15 1/4 wave,
wire Trunk (center) 764-775 3 3
794-806
3
3
2
AZ492FT4897
(M30QTS9PW1AN)
HAE4003A
450-470
16.0
2.15
1/4 wave,
wire
Roof
(45cm from
center of the
roof,
Driver side)
450 - 470
3
3
3 HAE4011A 445-470 73.2 5.65
1/2 wave
trap-loaded
445 - 470 3 3
4
HAE6012A
380-433
18.2
2.15
1/4 wave,
wire
406.1 - 433
3
5
5
HAE6013A
380-470
29.0
4.15
1/2 wave
trap-loaded
406.1 - 470
5
7
15.0 Test Results Summary
The following tables below summarize the MPE results for each test configuration: antenna location, test
positions (BS1: Bystander test location # 1, BS2: Bystander test location # 2, BS3: Bystander test
location # 3, BS4: Bystander test location # 4, BS5: Bystander test location # 5, PB-Passenger Backseat,
PF-Passenger Front seat), E/H field measurements, antenna model & freq. range, maximum output
power, initial power, TX frequency, max calculated power density results, applicable FCC specification
limits and % of the applicable specification limits.
15.1. MPE Test Results
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Table 7 – DVR (700MHz 5W)
Bystander - MPE assessment for trunk mounted antenna
Trunk/
Roof
Test
Location
E/H Field
Ant. Model
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Tx
Freq
(MHz)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/ cm^2)
FCC
Limit
%
To Spec
Limit
Trunk
BS1 E HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 5.0 5.0
764.000
0.00
0.51
0.4
770.000
0.00
0.51
0.2
775.000
0.00
0.52
0.2
794.000
0.00
0.53
0.2
800.000
0.00
0.53
0.2
806.000
0.00
0.54
0.3
BS2 E HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 5.0 5.0
764.000
0.00
0.51
0.9
770.000
0.00
0.51
0.6
775.000
0.00
0.52
0.7
794.000
0.00
0.53
0.8
800.000
0.00
0.53
0.9
806.000
0.01
0.54
1.3
BS3 E HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 5.0 5.0
764.000
0.01
0.51
1.7
770.000
0.01
0.51
1.2
775.000
0.01
0.52
1.3
794.000
0.01
0.53
1.0
800.000
0.01
0.53
1.1
806.000
0.01
0.54
1.7
BS4 E HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 5.0 5.0
764.000
0.01
0.51
1.6
770.000
0.01
0.51
1.2
775.000
0.01
0.52
1.4
794.000
0.01
0.53
1.0
800.000
0.01
0.53
1.0
806.000
0.01
0.54
1.5
BS5 E HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 5.0 5.0
764.000
0.02
0.51
3.1
770.000
0.01
0.51
2.7
775.000
0.02
0.52
3.1
794.000
0.01
0.53
2.3
800.000
0.01
0.53
2.5
806.000
0.02
0.54
3.3
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Table 8 – DVR (700MHz 5W)
Passenger - MPE assessment for trunk mounted antenna
Trunk/
Roof
Test
Location
E/H Field
Ant. Model
Max
Pwr (W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Tx
Freq
(MHz)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/ cm^2)
FCC
Limit
%
To Spec
Limit
Trunk
PB E HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 5.0 5.0
764.000
0.03
0.51
5.8
770.000
0.02
0.51
4.6
775.000
0.04
0.52
7.1
794.000
0.02
0.53
4.6
800.000
0.02
0.53
4.5
806.000
0.04
0.54
8.2
PF E HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 5.0 5.0
764.000
0.01
0.51
2.8
770.000
0.01
0.51
2.4
775.000
0.02
0.52
2.9
794.000
0.02
0.53
3.6
800.000
0.02
0.53
3.3
806.000
0.02
0.54
4.2
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Table 9 – Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W)
Bystander - MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Trunk/Roof
Test
Location
E/H
Field
Ant. Model
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
FCC
Limit
% To
Spec
Limit
Roof
BS1 E
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
450.0125
0.11
0.30
38.0
119.0
460.0125
0.11
0.31
36.5
120.0
469.9875
0.12
0.31
38.7
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
445.0125
0.12
0.30
40.4
118.0
457.5000
0.10
0.31
32.3
120.0
469.9875
0.07
0.31
21.7
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.11
0.25
45.1
117.0
393.0125
0.11
0.26
41.4
117.0
406.5000
0.11
0.27
39.3
118.0
419.5000
0.11
0.28
37.8
117.0
432.9875
0.08
0.29
28.8
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.13
0.25
50.2
117.0
393.0125
0.11
0.26
43.2
117.0
406.5000
0.11
0.27
40.6
117.0
422.0125
0.10
0.28
36.6
117.0
438.0125
0.09
0.29
29.8
118.0
453.9875
0.09
0.30
29.7
120.0
469.9875
0.10
0.31
31.5
BS2
E
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
450.0125
0.09
0.30
29.9
119.0
460.0125
0.08
0.31
26.6
120.0
469.9875
0.08
0.31
26.7
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
445.0125
0.11
0.30
36.8
118.0
457.5000
0.08
0.31
27.3
120.0
469.9875
0.06
0.31
18.1
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.08
0.25
32.8
117.0
393.0125
0.08
0.26
30.9
117.0
406.5000
0.08
0.27
29.4
118.0
419.5000
0.07
0.28
25.5
117.0
432.9875
0.07
0.29
24.5
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.09
0.25
35.0
117.0
393.0125
0.09
0.26
33.0
117.0
406.5000
0.09
0.27
31.9
117.0
422.0125
0.08
0.28
29.5
117.0
438.0125
0.07
0.29
23.4
118.0
453.9875
0.07
0.30
22.6
120.0
469.9875
0.07
0.31
22.7
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Table 9 Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) (cont’d)
Bystander - MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Trunk/Roof
Test
Location
E/H
Field
Ant. Model
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
FCC
Limit
% To
Spec
Limit
Roof
BS3 E
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
450.0125
0.10
0.30
32.0
119.0
460.0125
0.09
0.31
30.7
120.0
469.9875
0.10
0.31
30.4
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
445.0125
0.07
0.30
25.1
118.0
457.5000
0.08
0.31
25.7
120.0
469.9875
0.05
0.31
16.9
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.10
0.25
38.0
117.0
393.0125
0.09
0.26
33.4
117.0
406.5000
0.08
0.27
30.6
118.0
419.5000
0.06
0.28
22.2
117.0
432.9875
0.06
0.29
20.4
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.09
0.25
36.0
117.0
393.0125
0.08
0.26
30.5
117.0
406.5000
0.08
0.27
28.2
117.0
422.0125
0.06
0.28
22.6
117.0
438.0125
0.06
0.29
19.8
118.0
453.9875
0.07
0.30
22.7
120.0
469.9875
0.07
0.31
20.8
BS4 E
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
450.0125
0.06
0.30
18.9
119.0
460.0125
0.05
0.31
16.5
120.0
469.9875
0.04
0.31
14.3
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
445.0125
0.06
0.30
20.1
118.0
457.5000
0.05
0.31
16.2
120.0
469.9875
0.03
0.31
9.3
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.05
0.25
20.0
117.0
393.0125
0.04
0.26
16.8
117.0
406.5000
0.05
0.27
19.4
118.0
419.5000
0.04
0.28
14.7
117.0
432.9875
0.05
0.29
15.9
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.05
0.25
20.1
117.0
393.0125
0.04
0.26
16.4
117.0
406.5000
0.05
0.27
18.5
117.0
422.0125
0.05
0.28
16.6
117.0
438.0125
0.05
0.29
17.3
118.0
453.9875
0.04
0.30
14.0
120.0
469.9875
0.04
0.31
13.1
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Table 9 – Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) (cont’d)
Bystander - MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Trunk/Roof
Test
Location
E/H
Field
Ant. Model
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
FCC
Limit
% To
Spec
Limit
Roof BS5 E
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
450.0125
0.02
0.30
8.2
119.0
460.0125
0.02
0.31
5.4
120.0
469.9875
0.02
0.31
6.7
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
445.0125
0.03
0.30
10.7
118.0
457.5000
0.03
0.31
8.4
120.0
469.9875
0.02
0.31
5.3
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.02
0.25
8.1
117.0
393.0125
0.03
0.26
9.6
117.0
406.5000
0.02
0.27
9.1
118.0
419.5000
0.02
0.28
7.7
117.0
432.9875
0.02
0.29
7.4
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.02
0.25
9.4
117.0
393.0125
0.03
0.26
10.6
117.0
406.5000
0.03
0.27
10.6
117.0
422.0125
0.03
0.28
9.6
117.0
438.0125
0.02
0.29
6.9
118.0
453.9875
0.02
0.30
7.3
120.0
469.9875
0.02
0.31
7.2
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Table 10 – Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W)
Passenger - MPE assessment for roof mounted antennas
Trunk/Roof
Test
Location
E/H
Field
Ant. Model
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
FCC
Limit
% To
Spec
Limit
Roof PB E
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
450.0125
0.17
0.30
56.1
119.0
460.0125
0.13
0.31
43.0
120.0
469.9875
0.15
0.31
48.6
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
445.0125
0.11
0.30
36.3
118.0
457.5000
0.12
0.31
39.4
120.0
469.9875
0.07
0.31
21.2
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.31
0.25
122.9
117.0
393.0125
0.33
0.26
125.7
117.0
406.5000
0.32
0.27
116.7
118.0
419.5000
0.30
0.28
109.0
117.0
432.9875
0.15
0.29
53.1
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.20
0.25
78.2
117.0
393.0125
0.18
0.26
67.9
117.0
406.5000
0.16
0.27
58.6
117.0
422.0125
0.17
0.28
59.3
117.0
438.0125
0.11
0.29
36.5
118.0
453.9875
0.07
0.30
24.6
120.0
469.9875
0.06
0.31
19.9
Roof PF E
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
450.0125
0.11
0.30
37.3
119.0
460.0125
0.15
0.31
48.9
120.0
469.9875
0.17
0.31
53.6
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 120.0
118.0
445.0125
0.07
0.30
23.1
118.0
457.5000
0.07
0.31
22.9
120.0
469.9875
0.05
0.31
17.5
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.12
0.25
46.4
117.0
393.0125
0.09
0.26
34.7
117.0
406.5000
0.11
0.27
39.1
118.0
419.5000
0.09
0.28
33.4
117.0
432.9875
0.10
0.29
35.4
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 120.0
117.0
380.0125
0.12
0.25
45.5
117.0
393.0125
0.07
0.26
27.6
117.0
406.5000
0.09
0.27
34.9
117.0
422.0125
0.06
0.28
21.4
117.0
438.0125
0.08
0.29
28.0
118.0
453.9875
0.07
0.30
22.1
120.0
469.9875
0.10
0.31
32.0
Note: Results in bold require SAR simulation.
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15.2. Combined MPE Results
The combined MPE results for DVR and it’s Companion Mobile were calculated base on the
percent of MPE limit for each of the applicable test channels according to the formula below.
This is due to the signals emitted by each individual transmitter are statistically uncorrelated, the
collective compliance of the transmitters is determined by summing the individual ratios between
actual (S) and maximum allowed MPE exposure. Compliance is achieved if the total exposure
level (T) is less than one.
Formula:
1...
2
2
1
1
<++= MPE
S
MPE
S
T
The highest combined power density percentage of the FCC MPE limits using the methodology
and formula are indicated in the table 11 (referenced data from tables 7 thru 10 for highest
calculated MPE % of limit for DVR and the Companion Mobile).
Table 11
Percentage of Limit (%)
Test Position
DVR 700
(FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700)
Companion Mobile
(FCC ID: AZ492FT4897)
Combined
Percentages
Passenger, Front seat (PF)
4.2
53.6
57.8
Passenger, Back seat (PB)
8.2
125.7
133.9
By-Stander #1 (BS-1)
0.4
50.2
50.6
By-Stander #2 (BS-2)
1.3
36.8
38.1
By-Stander #3 (BS-3)
1.7
38.0
39.7
By-Stander #4 (BS-4)
1.6
20.1
21.7
By-Stander #5 (BS-5)
3.3
10.7
14.0
Note: Results in bold require SAR simulation.
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Table 12 – Highest Combined Calculated MPE % of limit for Passenger summary
(Back seat)
(Reference tables 8 and 10)
DVR (FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700)
Trunk mount
(%)
HAF4016A
764.000
770.000
775.000
794.000
800.000
806.000
Highest Results
(%) 5.8 4.6 7.15 4.6 4.5 8.2
Companion Mobile
(FCC ID: AZ492FT4897)
Roof Mount
(%)
E
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
450.0125
56.1
61.9
60.7
63.2
60.7
60.6
64.3
460.0125
43.0
48.8
47.6
50.1
47.6
47.5
51.2
469.9875
48.6
54.4
53.2
55.7
53.2
53.1
56.8
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
445.0125
36.3
42.1
40.9
43.4
40.9
40.8
44.5
457.5000
39.4 45.2 44.0 46.5 44.0 43.9 47.6
469.9875 21.2 27.0 25.8 28.3 25.8 25.7 29.4
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
380.0125
122.9
128.7
127.5
130.0
127.5
127.4
131.1
393.0125
125.7
131.5
130.3
132.8
130.3
130.2
133.9
406.5000
116.7
122.5
121.3
123.8
121.3
121.2
124.9
419.5000
109.0
114.8
113.6
116.1
113.6
113.5
117.2
432.9875
53.1
58.9
57.7
60.2
57.7
57.6
61.3
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
380.0125 78.2 84.0 82.8 85.3 82.8 82.7 86.4
393.0125 67.9 73.7 72.5 75.0 72.5 72.4 76.1
406.5000 58.6 64.4 63.2 65.7 63.2 63.1 66.8
422.0125
59.3
65.1
63.9
66.4
63.9
63.8
67.5
438.0125
36.5
42.3
41.1
43.6
41.1
41.0
44.7
453.9875
24.6
30.4
29.2
31.7
29.2
29.1
32.8
469.9875
19.9
25.7
24.5
27.0
24.5
24.4
28.1
Note: Results in bold require SAR simulation.
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16.0 Conclusion
The DVR assessments were performed with an output power of 5 watts across the DVR transmit band.
As for the Companion Mobile, depending on the test frequency, the Companion Mobile assessments
were performed with an output power range as indicated in section 15.1, Tables 9-10. The highest
power density results for DVR and the Companion Mobile devices scaled to the applicable maximum
allowable power outputs are indicated in the Tables 13 and 14 for internal /passenger to the vehicle, and
external/bystander for to the vehicle.
Table 13: Maximum MPE RF Exposure Summary for
DVR (FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700)
Designator
Frequency (MHz)
Passenger
(mW/c)
Bystander
(mW/c)
Overall
764-776, 794-806
0.04
0.02
FCC
763-775, 793-805, 806-809
0.04
0.02
Table 14: Maximum MPE RF Exposure Summary for
Companion Mobile (FCC ID: AZ492FT4897)
Designator
Frequency (MHz)
Passenger
(mW/c)
Bystander
(mW/c)
Overall 380-470
0.33
0.13
FCC 406.1-470
0.32
0.11
Table 15: Maximum Combined Calculated MPE % of limit
Designator
Frequency (MHz)
Percentage of Limit (%)
DVR
(FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700)
Companion Mobile
(FCC ID: AZ492FT4897)
Passenger
Bystander
Overall
764-776, 794-806
380-470
133.9
50.6
FCC
763-775, 793-805, 806-809
406.1-470
124.9
41.0
Note: Results in bold require SAR simulation.
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The MPE results presented herein demonstrate compliance to the applicable FCC Occupational/
Controlled exposure limit. FCC rules require compliance for passengers and bystanders to the FCC
General Population/ Uncontrolled limits. Although MPE is a convenient method of demonstrating
compliance, SAR is recognized as the "basic restriction". For those configurations exceeding the MPE
limit noted in section 15 tables 7 thru 12, compliance to the FCC/IEEE SAR General
Population/Uncontrolled limit of 1.6mW/g is demonstrated in appendix E Computational EME
Compliance Assessment via SAR computational analysis.
The computation results show that this m FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700 (Model # DQPMDVR7000P) device,
when used with the Companion Mobile FCC ID: AZ492FT4897 (Model #M30QTS9PW1AN) and
specified antennas, exhibit a maximum combined peak 1-g average SAR are indicated in the Table 16.
Table 16: Maximum Combined SAR results (Passenger)
Designator
Frequency (MHz)
Combined
1g-SAR
(mW/g)
DVR
(FCC ID: LO6-DVRS700)
Companion Mobile
(FCC ID: AZ492FT4897)
Overall 764-776, 794-806 380-470 0.98
FCC 763-775, 793-805, 806-809 406.1-470 0.98
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Appendix A - Antenna Locations and Test Distances
1 - Roof (45cm from center)
2 - Trunk (center)
3 - Trunk (85cm from back of the back seat)
1
2
106.5cm
3
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Bystander Antenna mounting and test locations
Notes: 1) Antenna location A1: APX7500 antenna mounting location(s) for Bystander and Passenger testing
2) Antenna location A2: DVR antenna mounting location for Bystander testing
3) Antenna location A3: DVR antenna mounting location for Passenger testing
4) Bystander test location #2 (BS2): Center point of the By-stander test location #1 and test location #3, which is by 88cm.
5) Bystander test location #3 (BS3): 90 degree angle from the trunk mount antenna
6) Bystander test location #4 (BS4): 45 degree angle from the trunk mount antenna
7) Assessments were performed at each test position for each of the offered antennas
8) Bystander positions (1-5) are 90cm from the vehicle body.
9) Total distance between bystander position 1 and roof mount antenna is 141cm
10) Total distance between bystander position 5 and trunk mount antenna is 131cm
11) Total distance between trunk mount antenna and rear passenger is 85cm
By-Stander Test Locations
P
A3
A2
A1
A1
85cm
12.5cm, Bumper
42cm
Roof
Trunk
C
BS1
BS3
BS5
BS4
BS2
45cm
45cm
90cm
90cm
90cm
90cm
90cm
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Seat scan areas
(Applicable to both front and back seats)
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Appendix B - Probe Calibration Certificates
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Appendix C - Photos of Assessed Antennas
DVR 700 antenna: HAF4016A
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Companion Mobile antennas (left to right):
HAE4011A, HAE6013A, HAE6012A, HAE4003A
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Appendix DMPE Measurement Results
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DVR (700MHz 5W) - MPE measurement data for Bystander
D.U.T. Info. Probe Info.
MPE Measurement
Ant
Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx
Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor
Test
Pos.
20 cm
40 cm
60 cm
80 cm
100 cm
120 cm
140 cm
160 cm
180 cm
200 cm
DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg.
over Body
(mW cm^2)
Calc. P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
764.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
BS1
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.002
0.003
0.003
0.003
0.003
1.0
0.002
0.002
0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 770.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.03 BS1 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.002 0.002 1.0 0.001 0.001 0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
775.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS1
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.002
1.0
0.001
0.001
0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 794.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS1 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.002 0.002 1.0 0.001 0.001 0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
800.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS1
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.002
1.0
0.001
0.001
0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 806.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS1 0.000 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.002 0.003 0.003 1.0 0.001 0.001 0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
764.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
BS2
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.002
0.003
0.007
0.009
0.010
0.010
1.0
0.004
0.004
0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
770.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
BS2
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.001
0.002
0.003
0.004
0.007
0.007
0.008
1.0
0.003
0.003
0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 775.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS2 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.004 0.005 0.008 0.008 0.007 1.0 0.004 0.004 0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
794.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS2
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.002
0.003
0.006
0.008
0.008
0.007
1.0
0.004
0.004
0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 800.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS2 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.002 0.005 0.007 0.008 0.009 0.009 1.0 0.005 0.005 0.00
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
806.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS2
0.001
0.002
0.002
0.003
0.004
0.007
0.011
0.011
0.013
0.013
1.0
0.007
0.007
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 764.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.03 BS3 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.003 0.006 0.008 0.013 0.017 0.018 0.016 1.0 0.009 0.009 0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
770.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
BS3
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.004
0.006
0.008
0.011
0.013
0.011
1.0
0.006
0.006
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
775.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS3
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.004
0.006
0.010
0.011
0.014
0.013
1.0
0.006
0.007
0.01
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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DVR (700MHz 5W) - MPE measurement data for Bystander
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
MPE Measurement
Ant
Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi)
Tx
Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor
Test
Pos.
20 cm
40 cm
60 cm
80 cm
100 cm
120 cm
140 cm
160 cm
180 cm
200 cm
DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg.
over Body
(mW cm^2)
Calc. P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 794.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS3 0.000 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.004 0.006 0.008 0.011 0.011 0.009 1.0 0.005 0.006 0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
800.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS3
0.001
0.001
0.001
0.002
0.003
0.006
0.009
0.012
0.013
0.010
1.0
0.006
0.006
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 806.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS3 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.003 0.004 0.008 0.013 0.017 0.020 0.016 1.0 0.009 0.009 0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
764.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
BS4
0.001
0.002
0.003
0.006
0.008
0.011
0.014
0.014
0.011
0.009
1.0
0.008
0.008
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
770.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
BS4
0.001
0.001
0.003
0.005
0.006
0.009
0.011
0.010
0.008
0.006
1.0
0.006
0.006
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 775.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS4 0.001 0.001 0.003 0.005 0.007 0.010 0.012 0.012 0.010 0.007 1.0 0.007 0.007 0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
794.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS4
0.000
0.001
0.002
0.004
0.005
0.007
0.009
0.008
0.007
0.006
1.0
0.005
0.005
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 800.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS4 0.000 0.001 0.002 0.004 0.005 0.007 0.008 0.008 0.008 0.007 1.0 0.005 0.005 0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
806.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS4
0.001
0.002
0.004
0.006
0.007
0.010
0.012
0.012
0.011
0.010
1.0
0.008
0.008
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 764.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.03 BS5 0.003 0.005 0.007 0.010 0.014 0.020 0.026 0.026 0.023 0.017 1.0 0.015 0.016 0.02
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
770.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
BS5
0.003
0.004
0.006
0.008
0.012
0.019
0.024
0.025
0.019
0.013
1.0
0.013
0.014
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
775.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS5
0.003
0.005
0.007
0.009
0.014
0.022
0.028
0.029
0.022
0.014
1.0
0.015
0.016
0.02
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 794.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS5 0.002 0.003 0.004 0.005 0.009 0.015 0.020 0.023 0.021 0.014 1.0 0.012 0.012 0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
800.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
BS5
0.002
0.003
0.004
0.006
0.010
0.015
0.022
0.024
0.023
0.016
1.0
0.013
0.013
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15 806.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 BS5 0.003 0.004 0.004 0.008 0.014 0.020 0.028 0.032 0.031 0.026 1.0 0.017 0.018 0.02
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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DVR (700MHz 5W) - MPE measurement data for Passenger
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
MPE Measurement
Ant
Loc.
Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant. Gain
(dBi)
Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W)
Test
Mode
E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor
Test
Pos.
Head
Chest
Lower Trunk
DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg. over
Body
(mW/cm^2)
Calc. P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 2.15 764.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.03 PB 0.042 0.027 0.017 1.0 0.029 0.030 0.03
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
770.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
PB
0.037
0.019
0.013
1.0
0.023
0.024
0.02
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 2.15 775.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 PB 0.053 0.032 0.022 1.0 0.036 0.037 0.04
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
794.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
PB
0.036
0.014
0.021
1.0
0.024
0.025
0.02
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
800.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
PB
0.030
0.018
0.021
1.0
0.023
0.024
0.02
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 2.15 806.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 PB 0.059 0.033 0.034 1.0 0.042 0.044 0.04
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
764.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.03
PF
0.018
0.011
0.012
1.0
0.014
0.014
0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 2.15 770.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.03 PF 0.016 0.010 0.010 1.0 0.012 0.012 0.01
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
775.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
PF
0.018
0.012
0.014
1.0
0.015
0.015
0.02
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz) 2.15 794.000 5.0 5.0 CW E 1.04 PF 0.024 0.020 0.011 1.0 0.018 0.019 0.02
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
800.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
PF
0.020
0.022
0.008
1.0
0.017
0.017
0.02
Trunk
HAF4016A
(764-870MHz)
2.15
806.000
5.0
5.0
CW
E
1.04
PF
0.030
0.024
0.010
1.0
0.021
0.022
0.02
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) - MPE measurement data for Bystander
D.U.T. Info. Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
MPE Measurements DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg.
over
Body
(mW/
cm^2)
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Max
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Ant
Loc. Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi) Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W) Test
Mode E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor 20
cm 40
cm 60
cm 80
cm 100
cm 120
cm 140
cm 160
cm 180
cm 200
cm
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
450.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.075
0.082
0.145
0.184
0.238
0.279
0.289
0.335
0.320
0.298
0.5
0.225
0.112
0.11
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
460.0125
120.0
119.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.079
0.090
0.186
0.250
0.267
0.311
0.310
0.286
0.240
0.199
0.5
0.222
0.111
0.11
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 2.15 469.9875 120.0 120.0 CW E 1 BS1 0.120 0.126 0.217 0.252 0.304 0.321 0.299 0.285 0.272 0.232 0.5 0.243 0.121 0.12
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
445.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.004
0.004
0.014
0.062
0.182
0.235
0.420
0.589
0.543
0.304
0.5
0.236
0.118
0.12
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 457.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS1 0.013 0.013 0.029 0.058 0.132 0.258 0.436 0.472 0.347 0.179 0.5 0.194 0.097 0.10
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.027
0.024
0.044
0.071
0.120
0.200
0.245
0.254
0.225
0.147
0.5
0.136
0.068
0.07
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS1 0.131 0.129 0.107 0.148 0.155 0.174 0.277 0.360 0.405 0.341 0.5 0.223 0.111 0.11
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.117
0.109
0.133
0.154
0.184
0.219
0.289
0.335
0.314
0.259
0.5
0.211
0.106
0.11
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
406.5000
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.112
0.100
0.119
0.175
0.171
0.232
0.288
0.314
0.306
0.261
0.5
0.208
0.104
0.11
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 419.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS1 0.112 0.092 0.137 0.193 0.199 0.268 0.305 0.299 0.266 0.210 0.5 0.208 0.104 0.11
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
432.9875
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.063
0.057
0.092
0.144
0.173
0.206
0.221
0.225
0.234
0.207
0.5
0.162
0.081
0.08
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS1 0.134 0.134 0.127 0.158 0.180 0.226 0.320 0.433 0.435 0.333 0.5 0.248 0.124 0.13
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.088
0.090
0.112
0.171
0.196
0.234
0.304
0.379
0.345
0.286
0.5
0.221
0.110
0.11
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS1 0.086 0.083 0.106 0.159 0.185 0.246 0.321 0.349 0.338 0.272 0.5 0.215 0.107 0.11
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
422.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.086
0.097
0.132
0.169
0.215
0.281
0.293
0.289
0.246
0.198
0.5
0.201
0.100
0.10
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
438.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.047
0.049
0.089
0.142
0.167
0.200
0.223
0.247
0.268
0.263
0.5
0.170
0.085
0.09
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 453.9875 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS1 0.052 0.060 0.109 0.148 0.174 0.215 0.243 0.277 0.260 0.227 0.5 0.177 0.088 0.09
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS1
0.057
0.094
0.143
0.167
0.210
0.238
0.252
0.268
0.276
0.270
0.5
0.198
0.099
0.10
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) - MPE measurement data for Bystander
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
MPE Measurements
DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg.
over
Body
(mW/
cm^2)
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Max
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Ant
Loc. Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi) Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W) Test
Mode E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor 20
cm 40
cm 60
cm 80
cm 100
cm 120
cm 140
cm 160
cm 180
cm 200
cm
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
450.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS2
0.088
0.075
0.143
0.166
0.161
0.232
0.254
0.248
0.221
0.179
0.5
0.177
0.088
0.09
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 2.15 460.0125 120.0 119.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.078 0.069 0.111 0.109 0.115 0.203 0.243 0.244 0.232 0.212 0.5 0.162 0.081 0.08
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS2
0.069
0.058
0.126
0.117
0.143
0.242
0.266
0.232
0.210
0.209
0.5
0.167
0.084
0.08
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 445.0125 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.007 0.009 0.034 0.082 0.137 0.289 0.469 0.474 0.412 0.232 0.5 0.215 0.107 0.11
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 457.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.013 0.019 0.047 0.078 0.112 0.204 0.319 0.341 0.316 0.189 0.5 0.164 0.082 0.08
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS2
0.010
0.014
0.038
0.044
0.080
0.171
0.221
0.225
0.193
0.137
0.5
0.113
0.057
0.06
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.121 0.147 0.128 0.166 0.156 0.159 0.160 0.192 0.199 0.192 0.5 0.162 0.081 0.08
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS2
0.126
0.130
0.109
0.126
0.128
0.131
0.150
0.197
0.247
0.235
0.5
0.158
0.079
0.08
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.100 0.105 0.092 0.132 0.119 0.131 0.175 0.237 0.253 0.209 0.5 0.155 0.078 0.08
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
419.5000
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS2
0.059
0.054
0.065
0.101
0.110
0.136
0.183
0.236
0.245
0.212
0.5
0.140
0.070
0.07
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 432.9875 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.065 0.061 0.075 0.088 0.103 0.131 0.192 0.222 0.232 0.210 0.5 0.138 0.069 0.07
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.117 0.198 0.143 0.154 0.151 0.167 0.162 0.202 0.224 0.211 0.5 0.173 0.086 0.09
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS2
0.115
0.127
0.098
0.123
0.128
0.151
0.166
0.227
0.277
0.273
0.5
0.169
0.084
0.09
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.093 0.094 0.095 0.119 0.121 0.132 0.205 0.273 0.298 0.256 0.5 0.169 0.084 0.09
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
422.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS2
0.066
0.061
0.071
0.125
0.127
0.174
0.256
0.267
0.256
0.216
0.5
0.162
0.081
0.08
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 438.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.051 0.046 0.069 0.077 0.099 0.151 0.209 0.235 0.208 0.185 0.5 0.133 0.067 0.07
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
453.9875
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS2
0.059
0.055
0.103
0.110
0.114
0.159
0.216
0.212
0.168
0.150
0.5
0.135
0.067
0.07
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 469.9875 120.0 120.0 CW E 1 BS2 0.043 0.041 0.088 0.094 0.121 0.208 0.221 0.206 0.201 0.202 0.5 0.143 0.071 0.07
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) - MPE measurement data for Bystander
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
MPE Measurements
DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg.
over
Body
(mW/
cm^2)
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Max
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Ant
Loc. Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi) Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W) Test
Mode E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor 20
cm 40
cm 60
cm 80
cm 100
cm 120
cm 140
cm 160
cm 180
cm 200
cm
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
450.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS3
0.083
0.100
0.104
0.181
0.190
0.213
0.245
0.248
0.268
0.257
0.5
0.189
0.094
0.10
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 2.15 460.0125 120.0 119.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.093 0.109 0.125 0.211 0.238 0.214 0.207 0.210 0.223 0.238 0.5 0.187 0.093 0.09
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS3
0.101
0.123
0.132
0.206
0.214
0.242
0.230
0.227
0.229
0.201
0.5
0.191
0.095
0.10
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 445.0125 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.017 0.047 0.039 0.068 0.123 0.183 0.222 0.255 0.287 0.224 0.5 0.147 0.073 0.07
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 457.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.014 0.022 0.048 0.089 0.151 0.189 0.262 0.283 0.285 0.197 0.5 0.154 0.077 0.08
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS3
0.019
0.027
0.049
0.083
0.114
0.136
0.175
0.178
0.155
0.123
0.5
0.106
0.053
0.05
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.094 0.145 0.117 0.170 0.242 0.246 0.225 0.226 0.213 0.197 0.5 0.188 0.094 0.10
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS3
0.102
0.137
0.118
0.169
0.210
0.161
0.159
0.191
0.226
0.236
0.5
0.171
0.085
0.09
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.082 0.128 0.121 0.178 0.179 0.172 0.166 0.196 0.191 0.205 0.5 0.162 0.081 0.08
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
419.5000
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS3
0.049
0.074
0.100
0.147
0.122
0.106
0.145
0.129
0.171
0.179
0.5
0.122
0.061
0.06
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 432.9875 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.039 0.065 0.076 0.110 0.131 0.121 0.158 0.121 0.159 0.168 0.5 0.115 0.057 0.06
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.091 0.127 0.099 0.168 0.257 0.240 0.199 0.216 0.189 0.193 0.5 0.178 0.089 0.09
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS3
0.080
0.111
0.097
0.186
0.189
0.137
0.128
0.182
0.213
0.234
0.5
0.156
0.078
0.08
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.073 0.102 0.093 0.156 0.171 0.129 0.151 0.185 0.213 0.218 0.5 0.149 0.075 0.08
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
422.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS3
0.045
0.062
0.087
0.148
0.129
0.141
0.154
0.166
0.174
0.135
0.5
0.124
0.062
0.06
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 438.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.050 0.077 0.084 0.125 0.109 0.129 0.126 0.128 0.134 0.163 0.5 0.113 0.056 0.06
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
453.9875
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS3
0.058
0.073
0.077
0.145
0.138
0.148
0.164
0.187
0.188
0.172
0.5
0.135
0.068
0.07
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 469.9875 120.0 120.0 CW E 1 BS3 0.070 0.090 0.115 0.145 0.163 0.141 0.140 0.157 0.142 0.138 0.5 0.130 0.065 0.07
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) - MPE measurement data for Bystander
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
MPE Measurements
DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg.
over
Body
(mW/
cm^2)
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Max
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Ant
Loc. Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi) Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W) Test
Mode E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor 20
cm 40
cm 60
cm 80
cm 100
cm 120
cm 140
cm 160
cm 180
cm 200
cm
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
450.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS4
0.063
0.099
0.084
0.109
0.137
0.147
0.166
0.132
0.102
0.077
0.5
0.112
0.056
0.06
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 2.15 460.0125 120.0 119.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.072 0.096 0.069 0.088 0.118 0.125 0.130 0.123 0.092 0.093 0.5 0.101 0.050 0.05
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS4
0.066
0.084
0.058
0.078
0.115
0.125
0.120
0.100
0.069
0.083
0.5
0.090
0.045
0.04
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 445.0125 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.033 0.058 0.070 0.107 0.150 0.178 0.185 0.146 0.115 0.131 0.5 0.117 0.059 0.06
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 457.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.047 0.066 0.065 0.087 0.100 0.119 0.136 0.118 0.094 0.138 0.5 0.097 0.049 0.05
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS4
0.020
0.038
0.035
0.039
0.062
0.077
0.082
0.067
0.072
0.090
0.5
0.058
0.029
0.03
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.070 0.109 0.086 0.093 0.124 0.144 0.140 0.090 0.069 0.065 0.5 0.099 0.050 0.05
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS4
0.060
0.094
0.058
0.074
0.113
0.114
0.104
0.073
0.081
0.086
0.5
0.086
0.043
0.04
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.053 0.090 0.071 0.104 0.136 0.148 0.130 0.112 0.092 0.087 0.5 0.102 0.051 0.05
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
419.5000
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS4
0.052
0.080
0.061
0.078
0.105
0.108
0.088
0.084
0.077
0.076
0.5
0.081
0.040
0.04
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 432.9875 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.055 0.088 0.076 0.080 0.098 0.111 0.109 0.104 0.091 0.085 0.5 0.090 0.045 0.05
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.074 0.111 0.086 0.080 0.131 0.157 0.135 0.093 0.066 0.059 0.5 0.099 0.050 0.05
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS4
0.060
0.091
0.058
0.064
0.102
0.122
0.105
0.083
0.075
0.079
0.5
0.084
0.042
0.04
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.053 0.081 0.064 0.091 0.139 0.135 0.126 0.111 0.089 0.087 0.5 0.098 0.049 0.05
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
422.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS4
0.055
0.085
0.063
0.095
0.128
0.126
0.115
0.086
0.075
0.085
0.5
0.091
0.046
0.05
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 438.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.059 0.092 0.082 0.106 0.117 0.115 0.114 0.111 0.100 0.089 0.5 0.099 0.049 0.05
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
453.9875
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS4
0.052
0.069
0.055
0.070
0.099
0.116
0.124
0.102
0.074
0.070
0.5
0.083
0.042
0.04
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 469.9875 120.0 120.0 CW E 1 BS4 0.054 0.067 0.054 0.073 0.104 0.129 0.123 0.092 0.062 0.065 0.5 0.082 0.041 0.04
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) - MPE measurement data for Bystander
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
MPE Measurements
DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg.
over
Body
(mW/
cm^2)
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Max
Calc.
P.D.
(mW/
cm^2)
Ant
Loc. Ant. Model/
Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi) Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initial
Pwr
(W) Test
Mode E/H
Field
Probe
Cal.
Factor 20
cm 40
cm 60
cm 80
cm 100
cm 120
cm 140
cm 160
cm 180
cm 200
cm
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
450.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS5
0.022
0.015
0.019
0.038
0.054
0.074
0.082
0.075
0.052
0.050
0.5
0.048
0.024
0.02
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 2.15 460.0125 120.0 119.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.015 0.009 0.010 0.023 0.034 0.052 0.054 0.047 0.037 0.050 0.5 0.033 0.017 0.02
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS5
0.018
0.011
0.016
0.028
0.035
0.055
0.072
0.073
0.052
0.062
0.5
0.042
0.021
0.02
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 445.0125 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.021 0.016 0.023 0.038 0.049 0.081 0.098 0.088 0.093 0.115 0.5 0.062 0.031 0.03
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 457.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.016 0.016 0.017 0.030 0.045 0.064 0.067 0.064 0.074 0.111 0.5 0.050 0.025 0.03
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
BS5
0.009
0.006
0.010
0.018
0.026
0.042
0.052
0.050
0.052
0.068
0.5
0.033
0.017
0.02
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.025 0.023 0.013 0.032 0.039 0.047 0.050 0.054 0.055 0.061 0.5 0.040 0.020 0.02
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS5
0.015
0.013
0.012
0.026
0.043
0.053
0.075
0.087
0.090
0.074
0.5
0.049
0.024
0.03
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.022 0.022 0.025 0.035 0.047 0.060 0.074 0.076 0.070 0.051 0.5 0.048 0.024 0.02
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
419.5000
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS5
0.014
0.011
0.012
0.021
0.036
0.048
0.071
0.086
0.069
0.055
0.5
0.042
0.021
0.02
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 432.9875 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.020 0.018 0.022 0.034 0.042 0.063 0.069 0.066 0.047 0.033 0.5 0.041 0.021 0.02
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.025 0.023 0.017 0.035 0.049 0.054 0.071 0.067 0.059 0.065 0.5 0.047 0.023 0.02
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS5
0.019
0.016
0.014
0.034
0.047
0.067
0.089
0.098
0.083
0.077
0.5
0.054
0.027
0.03
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.027 0.024 0.029 0.043 0.054 0.076 0.089 0.094 0.071 0.053 0.5 0.056 0.028 0.03
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
422.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
BS5
0.016
0.016
0.021
0.032
0.040
0.070
0.093
0.102
0.080
0.059
0.5
0.053
0.026
0.03
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 438.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.016 0.013 0.020 0.032 0.042 0.062 0.069 0.062 0.042 0.036 0.5 0.039 0.020 0.02
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
453.9875
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
BS5
0.016
0.011
0.018
0.033
0.051
0.066
0.076
0.066
0.039
0.059
0.5
0.044
0.022
0.02
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 469.9875 120.0 120.0 CW E 1 BS5 0.016 0.009 0.019 0.030 0.048 0.057 0.084 0.067 0.058 0.064 0.5 0.045 0.023 0.02
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) - MPE measurement data for Passenger
D.U.T. Info. Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
MPE Measurements DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg. over
Body
(mW/cm^2) Calc. P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2) Ant Loc. Ant. Model/ Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi) Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initia
l Pwr
(W) Test
Mode
E/H
Fiel
d
Probe
Cal.
Factor Head Chest Lower
Trunk
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
450.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.290
0.274
0.429
0.5
0.331
0.166
0.17
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
460.0125
120.0
119.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.246
0.142
0.396
0.5
0.261
0.131
0.13
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 2.15 469.9875 120.0 120.0 CW E 1 PB 0.316 0.275 0.322 0.5 0.304 0.152 0.15
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
445.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.167
0.196
0.273
0.5
0.212
0.106
0.11
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 457.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 PB 0.211 0.137 0.361 0.5 0.236 0.118 0.12
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.151
0.104
0.143
0.5
0.133
0.066
0.07
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PB 0.397 0.548 0.877 0.5 0.607 0.304 0.31
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.585
0.563
0.779
0.5
0.642
0.321
0.33
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
406.5000
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.374
0.617
0.859
0.5
0.617
0.308
0.32
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 419.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 PB 0.403 0.506 0.889 0.5 0.599 0.300 0.30
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
432.9875
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.291
0.336
0.269
0.5
0.299
0.149
0.15
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PB 0.264 0.325 0.570 0.5 0.386 0.193 0.20
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.386
0.353
0.302
0.5
0.347
0.174
0.18
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PB 0.232 0.391 0.306 0.5 0.310 0.155 0.16
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
422.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.308
0.284
0.384
0.5
0.325
0.163
0.17
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 438.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PB 0.182 0.314 0.128 0.5 0.208 0.104 0.11
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 453.9875 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 PB 0.110 0.171 0.159 0.5 0.147 0.073 0.07
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
PB
0.118
0.104
0.152
0.5
0.125
0.062
0.06
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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Companion Mobile (UHF R1 100W) - MPE measurement data for Passenger
D.U.T. Info.
Probe Info.
Test
Pos.
MPE Measurements
DUT
Max.
TX
Factor
Avg. over
Body
(mW/cm^2) Calc. P.D.
(mW/cm^2)
Max Calc.
P.D.
(mW/cm^2) Ant Loc. Ant. Model/ Desc.
Ant.
Gain
(dBi) Tx Freq
(MHz)
Max
Pwr
(W)
Initia
l Pwr
(W) Test
Mode
E/H
Fiel
d
Probe
Cal.
Factor Head Chest Lower
Trunk
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
450.0125
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
PF
0.330
0.131
0.200
0.5
0.220
0.110
0.11
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz) 2.15 460.0125 120.0 119.0 CW E 1 PF 0.450 0.239 0.203 0.5 0.297 0.149 0.15
Roof
HAE4003A
(450-470MHz)
2.15
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
PF
0.374
0.271
0.362
0.5
0.336
0.168
0.17
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 445.0125 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 PF 0.194 0.057 0.154 0.5 0.135 0.068 0.07
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz) 5.65 457.5000 120.0 118.0 CW E 1 PF 0.182 0.092 0.138 0.5 0.137 0.069 0.07
Roof
HAE4011A
(445-470MHz)
5.65
469.9875
120.0
120.0
CW
E
1
PF
0.176
0.096
0.057
0.5
0.110
0.055
0.05
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PF 0.176 0.165 0.347 0.5 0.229 0.115 0.12
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
PF
0.157
0.209
0.166
0.5
0.177
0.089
0.09
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PF 0.153 0.180 0.287 0.5 0.207 0.103 0.11
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz)
2.15
419.5000
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
PF
0.287
0.120
0.144
0.5
0.184
0.092
0.09
Roof
HAE6012A
(380-433MHz) 2.15 432.9875 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PF 0.214 0.175 0.208 0.5 0.199 0.100 0.10
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 380.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PF 0.164 0.197 0.313 0.5 0.225 0.112 0.12
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
393.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
PF
0.171
0.121
0.131
0.5
0.141
0.071
0.07
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 406.5000 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PF 0.119 0.162 0.273 0.5 0.185 0.092 0.09
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
422.0125
120.0
117.0
CW
E
1
PF
0.162
0.078
0.112
0.5
0.117
0.059
0.06
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 438.0125 120.0 117.0 CW E 1 PF 0.268 0.078 0.132 0.5 0.159 0.080 0.08
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz)
4.15
453.9875
120.0
118.0
CW
E
1
PF
0.139
0.171
0.084
0.5
0.131
0.066
0.07
Roof
HAE6013A
(380-470MHz) 4.15 469.9875 120.0 120.0 CW E 1 PF 0.230 0.112 0.259 0.5 0.200 0.100 0.10
MPE calculations are defined in section 13.0.
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Appendix E - SAR Simulation Report
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COMPUTATIONAL EME COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENT OF THE DIGITAL
VEHICULAR REPEATER (DVR 700), MODEL # DQPMDVR7000P, AND
COMPANION UHF MOBILE RADIO MODEL # M30QTS9PW1AN.
February 21, 2013
William Elliott, Giorgi Bit-Babik, Ph.D., and Antonio Faraone, Ph.D.
Motorola Solutions EME Research Lab, Plantation, Florida
Introduction
This report summarizes the computational [numerical modeling] analysis performed to document
compliance of the DVR 700, 5 watt model # DQPMDVR7000P interfaced with, and
transmitting simultaneously with companion UHF Mobile Radio model M30QTS9PW1AN with
maximum transmit power up to 120 watts and vehicle-mounted antennas with the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines for human exposure to radio frequency (RF)
emissions. The DVR radio operates in the 764-806 MHz frequency band and the companion
UHF mobile radios operate in the 380-470 MHz band.
This computational analysis supplements the measurements conducted to evaluate the
compliance of the exposure from this mobile radio with respect to applicable maximum
permissible exposure (MPE) limits. All test conditions (10 in total) that produced the results that
did not conform with applicable MPE limits were analyzed to determine whether those
conditions complied with the specific absorption rate (SAR) limits for general public exposure
(1.6 W/kg averaged over 1 gram of tissue and 0.08 W/kg averaged over the whole body) set forth
in FCC guidelines, which are based on the IEEE C95.1-1999 standard [1]. The same test
conditions were also analyzed to determine compliance with the SAR limits set forth in the
ICNIRP [3] guidelines and IEEE Std. C95.1-2005 standard [4] (2.0 W/kg averaged over 10 gram
of tissue and 0.08 W/kg averaged over the whole body). In total 20 independent simulations have
been performed to analyze all nonconforming test conditions. Twelve simulations are addressing
the back seat passenger exposure to the DVR 700 radio with trunk mounted antennas. Eight
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simulations are addressing the back seat passenger exposure to the UHF Mobile Radio with roof
mounted antennas.
For all simulations a commercial code based on Finite-Difference-Time-Domain (FDTD)
methodology was employed to carry out the computational analysis. It is well established and
recognized within the scientific community that SAR is the primary dosimetric quantity used to
evaluate the human body’s absorption of RF energy and that MPEs are in fact derived from
SAR. Accordingly, the SAR computations provide a scientifically valid and more relevant
estimate of human exposure to RF energy.
Method
The simulation code employed is XFDTD™ v7.2, by Remcom Inc., State College, PA. This
computational suite features a heterogeneous full body standing model (High Fidelity Body
Mesh), derived from the so-called Visible Human [2], discretized in 3 mm voxels. The dielectric
properties of 23 body tissues are automatically assigned by XFDTD™ at any specific frequency.
The “seated” man model was obtained from the standing model by modifying the articulation
angles at the hips and the knees. Details of the computational method and model are provided in
the Appendix to this report.
The car model has been imported into XFDTD™ from the CAD file of a sedan car
having dimensions 4.98 m (L) x 1.85 m (W) x 1.18 m (H), and discretized with maximum
resolution of 5 mm. The Figure 1 below show both the CAD model and the photo of the actual
car This CAD model has been incorporated into the IEC/IEEE 62704-2 draft standard.
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Figure 1: The photo picture of the car used in field measurements and
the corresponding CAD model used in simulations
For driver exposure, the antenna position is on the trunk and on the roof that replicate the
experimental conditions used in MPE measurements. According to the IEC/IEEE 62704-2 draft
standard (October, 2012) for exposure simulations from vehicle mount antennas the lossy
dielectric slab with 30 cm thickness, dielectric constant of 8 and conductivity of 0.01 S/m has
been introduced in the computational model to properly account for the effect of the ground
(pavement) on exposure.
Figure 2 shows some of the XFDTD™ computational models used for passenger exposure to
roof mounted (a) and trunk mounted (b) antennas
(a)
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(b)
Figure 2: Passenger model exposed to roof mounted (a) and trunk-mounted (b) antennas: XFDTD geometry.
The computational code employs a time-harmonic excitation to produce a steady state
electromagnetic field in the exposed body. Subsequently, the corresponding SAR distribution is
automatically processed in order to determine the whole-body and 1-g average SAR. The
maximum average output power from the UHF mobile radio antenna is 120 W. Since the ohmic
losses in the cable and in the car materials, as well as the mismatch losses at the antenna feed-
point, are neglected, and source-based time averaging (50% talk time) is employed, all
computational results are normalized to half of it, i.e., 60 W average net output power. The
maximum average output power from DVR 700 radio is 5 W. The DVR 700 radio operates in a
repeater mode and therefore all simulations are normalized to 100% average output power, i.e., 5
W.
Two independent sets of simulations, one for DVR 700 trunk mount antennas and one for UHF
radio roof-mount antennas were performed. Since UHF mobile radio and DVR 700 radio can
transmit simultaneously, the maximum peak and whole body average SAR results from each set
of data were combined to compute the peak SAR value for the simultaneous exposure from both
radios. The obtained combined peak SAR value is an overestimation of the actual exposure
because the peak SAR values from the roof- and trunk-mount antennas that contribute to the
combined value are not found at the same location in the body.
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Results of SAR computations with the trunk mounted antenna
a)
Passenger Test Conditions
The passenger test conditions for DVR 700 radio requiring SAR computations are summarized
in Table I, together with the antenna data, the SAR results, and power density (P.D.) as obtained
from the measurements in the corresponding test conditions. The conditions are for antennas
mounted on the trunk. The antenna length in Table I includes the 1.8 cm magnetic mount base
used in measurements to position the antenna on the vehicle. The same length was used in
simulation model. The seated human body model is located in the center of the back seat (Back
Center location) and on the side of the back seat (Back Side location). The model is surrounded
by air, as the seat, which is made out of poorly conductive fabrics, is not included in the
computational model. All the transmit frequencies and antenna lengths combinations reported in
Table I have been simulated individually.
Table I: Results of the SAR computations for passenger exposure
from DVR 700 trunk-mount antennas (100% talk-time)
Mount
location Antenna Kit
#
Antenna
length
(cm) Freq
[MHz] P.D.
(mw/cm^2) Exposure
location
SAR [W/kg]
1-g 10-g WB
Trunk HAF4016A 10.80
764.0000 0.03
Back
Center 0.049 0.031 0.0049
Back Side 0.059 0.043 0.0015
770.0000 0.02
Back
Center 0.049 0.037 0.0017
Back Side 0.048 0.033 0.0015
775.0000 0.04
Back
Center 0.050 0.038 0.0017
Back Side 0.073 0.051 0.0017
794.0000 0.02
Back
Center 0.061 0.048 0.0019
Back Side 0.044 0.031 0.0017
800.0000 0.02
Back
Center 0.098 0.076 0.0018
Back Side 0.051 0.035 0.0017
806.0000
Fig 3&4 0.04
Back
Center 0.099 0.076 0.0018
Back Side 0.048 0.036 0.0018
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The SAR distribution in the model in the exposure condition that gave highest 1-g SAR is
reported in Figure 3 (806 MHz, HAF4016A antenna).
Figure 3. SAR distribution at 806 MHz in the passenger back center model produced by the trunk mount
HAF4016A antenna. The contour plot is relative to the plane where the peak 1-g average SAR for this
exposure condition occurs.
The two pictures below in Figure 4 show the E and H field distributions in the plane of the
antenna corresponding to the location in Figure 3.
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(b)
Figure 4. (a) E-field distribution corresponding to exposure condition of Figure 4, and (b) H-field distribution
corresponding to exposure condition of Figure 3.
The highest 1-g SAR in the driver exposure condition with the HAF4016A trunk mounted
antenna was produced at 806 MHz.
Results of SAR computations with the roof mounted antenna
Passenger Test Conditions
The passenger test conditions for UHF mobile radio requiring SAR computations are
summarized in Table II, together with the antenna data, the SAR results, and power density
(P.D.) as obtained from the measurements in the corresponding test conditions. The conditions
are for antennas mounted on the side of the roof. The antenna length in Table II includes the 1.8
cm magnetic mount base used in measurements to position the antenna on the vehicle. The same
length was used in simulation model. The seated human body model is located in the center of
the back seat (Back Center location) and on the side of the back seat (Back Side location). The
model is surrounded by air, as the seat, which is made out of poorly conductive fabrics, is not
included in the computational model. All the transmit frequencies and antenna lengths
combinations reported in Table II have been simulated individually.
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Table II: Results of the SAR computations for passenger exposure
from UHF mobile radio roof-mounted antennas (50% talk time)
Mount
location Antenna Kit
#
Antenna
length
(cm) Freq
[MHz] P.D.
(mw/cm^2) Exposure
location
SAR [W/kg]
1-g 10-g WB
Roof HAE6012A 20.0
380.0125 0.31 Back Center 0.476 0.249 0.0154
Back Side 0.693 0.429 0.0195
393.0125 0.33 Back Center 0.517 0.351 0.0203
Back Side 0.751 0.476 0.0254
406.5000 0.32 Back Center 0.782 0.367 0.0175
Back Side 0.716 0.453 0.0192
419.5000
Fig 5&6 0.30 Back Center 0.878 0.405 0.0181