TREK530LTE Computer Test Report 3 Advantech Co Ltd

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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz /
5310 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
151 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
10620.000
34.78
15.20
49.98
74.00
-24.02
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Above 1G Test Data for UNII-2c
IEEE 802.11a /
5500 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11000.000
39.73
16.06
55.79
74.00
-18.21
peak
11000.000
33.55
16.06
49.61
54.00
-4.39
AVG
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
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Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5500 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
153 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11000.000
38.22
16.06
54.28
74.00
-19.72
peak
11000.000
30.80
16.06
46.86
54.00
-7.14
AVG
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
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Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5580 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
154 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11160.000
38.77
16.07
54.84
74.00
-19.16
peak
11160.000
34.59
16.07
50.66
54.00
-3.34
AVG
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
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Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5580 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
155 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11160.000
36.73
16.07
52.80
74.00
-21.20
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5700 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
156 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11400.000
37.22
16.08
53.30
74.00
-20.70
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5700 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
157 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11400.000
33.89
16.08
49.97
74.00
-24.03
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 20 MHz /
5500 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
158 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11000.000
38.38
16.06
54.44
74.00
-19.56
peak
11000.000
35.17
16.06
51.23
54.00
-2.77
AVG
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 20 MHz /
5500 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
159 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11000.000
36.43
16.06
52.49
74.00
-21.51
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 20 MHz /
5580 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
160 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11160.000
38.16
16.07
54.23
74.00
-19.77
peak
11160.000
34.42
16.07
50.49
54.00
-3.51
AVG
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 20 MHz /
5580 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
161 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11160.000
36.92
16.07
52.99
74.00
-21.01
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 20 MHz /
5700 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
163 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11400.000
36.65
16.08
52.73
74.00
-21.27
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 20 MHz /
5700 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
164 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11400.000
34.23
16.08
50.31
74.00
-23.69
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz /
5510 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
165 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11020.000
37.26
16.05
53.31
74.00
-20.69
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz /
5510 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
166 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11020.000
35.42
16.05
51.47
74.00
-22.53
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz /
5550 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
167 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11000.000
37.10
16.06
53.16
74.00
-20.84
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz /
5550 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
168 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11000.000
34.70
16.06
50.76
74.00
-23.24
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz /
5670 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
169 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11340.000
36.99
16.08
53.07
74.00
-20.93
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz /
5670 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
170 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11340.000
33.93
16.08
50.01
74.00
-23.99
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Above 1G Test Data for UNII-3
IEEE 802.11a /
5745 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11490.000
37.69
16.09
53.78
74.00
-20.22
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5745 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
172 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11490.000
34.84
16.09
50.93
74.00
-23.07
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5745 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
173 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11570.000
37.77
16.01
53.78
74.00
-20.22
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5745 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
174 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11570.000
35.53
16.01
51.54
74.00
-22.46
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5825 MHz
Harmonic
Vertical
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
175 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11650.000
35.78
15.93
51.71
74.00
-22.29
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Rev.:
Report No.: T170908D07-RP4
IEEE 802.11a /
5825 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
Peak and Average
Test Mode
Test Item
Polarize
Detector
176 / 202
01
Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11650.000
36.37
15.93
52.30
74.00
-21.70
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Test Date
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Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11490.000
37.58
16.09
53.67
74.00
-20.33
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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IEEE 802.11n 20 MHz /
5745 MHz
Harmonic
Horizontal
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24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11490.000
34.48
16.09
50.57
74.00
-23.43
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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5785 MHz
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Test Date
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Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11570.000
38.02
16.01
54.03
74.00
-19.97
peak
11570.000
31.22
16.01
47.23
54.00
-6.77
AVG
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
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5785 MHz
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Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11570.000
35.16
16.01
51.17
74.00
-22.83
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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5825 MHz
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24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
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Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11650.000
37.36
15.93
53.29
74.00
-20.71
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11650.000
36.49
15.93
52.42
74.00
-21.58
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11510.000
36.77
16.08
52.85
74.00
-21.15
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11510.000
35.91
16.08
51.99
74.00
-22.01
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11590.000
37.74
16.00
53.74
74.00
-20.26
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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Temp/Hum
24(℃)/ 33%RH
Test Date
Test Engineer
Test Voltage
January 8, 2018
Jerry Chuang
DC 12V
Frequency
(MHz)
Reading
(dBuV)
Correct
Factor
(dB/m)
Result
(dBuV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Remark
11590.000
34.80
16.00
50.80
74.00
-23.20
peak
N/A
Remark:
1. Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest
fundamental frequency.
2. For above 1GHz,the EUT peak value was under average limit, therefore the
Average value compliance with the average limit
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4.6 FREQUENCY STABILITY
4.6.1 Test Limit
According to §15.407(g) manufacturers of U-NII devices are responsible for ensuring
frequency stability such that an emission is maintained within the band of operation
under all conditions of normal operation as specified in the operational description.
4.6.2 Test Procedure
The equipment under test was connected to an external AC or DC power supply and input
rated voltage. RF output was connected to a frequency counter or spectrum analyzer via
feed through attenuators. The EUT was placed inside the temperature chamber. Set the
spectrum analyzer RBW low enough to obtain the desired frequency resolution and
measure EUT 20oC operating frequency as reference frequency. Turn EUT off and set
the chamber temperature to –20oC. After the temperature stabilized for approximately 30
minutes recorded the frequency. Repeat step measure with 10 oC increased per stage
until the highest temperature of +50oC reached.
4.6.3 Test Setup
Temperature Chamber
Spectrum analyzer
EUT
Att.
Variable Power Supply
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4.6.4 Test Result
Measured Frequency
5180
(MHz)
Limit
Temp. (oC) Voltage (V)
Time (min)
Operating Frequency:
0 min
2 min
20ppm
5 min
10 min
0 min
2 min
5 min
Result
10 min
50
12
5180.03430
5180.03386 5180.03386 5180.03430 6.6216 6.5367 6.5367 6.6216
Pass
40
12
5180.03734
5180.03386 5180.03430 5180.03473 7.2085 6.5367 6.6216 6.7046
Pass
30
12
5180.03907
5180.03907 5180.03907 5180.03907 7.5425 7.5425 7.5425 7.5425
Pass
20
12
5180.05036
5180.05123 5180.05210 5180.05297 9.7220 9.8900 10.0579 10.2259 Pass
10
12
5180.06556
5180.06512 5180.06469 5180.06469 12.6564 12.5714 12.4884 12.4884 Pass
12
5180.07294
5180.07337 5180.07424 5180.07554 14.0811 14.1641 14.3320 14.5830 Pass
-10
12
5180.08075
5180.08032 5180.08032 5180.08032 15.5888 15.5058 15.5058 15.5058 Pass
-20
12
5180.07858
5180.07815 5180.07815 5180.07728 15.1699 15.0869 15.0869 14.9189 Pass
Measured Frequency
5180
(MHz)
Limit
Temp. (oC) Voltage (V)
Time (min)
Operating Frequency:
0 min
2 min
20ppm
5 min
10 min
0 min
2 min
5 min
Result
10 min
20
10.8
5180.050210
5180.05167 5180.05199 5180.05510 9.6931 9.9749 10.0367 10.6371 Pass
20
12
5180.050360
5180.05123 5180.05210 5180.05297 9.7220 9.8900 10.0579 10.2259 Pass
20
13.2
5180.050240
5180.05144 5180.05176 5180.05413 9.6988 9.9305 9.9923 10.4498 Pass
Measured Frequency
5260
(MHz)
Limit
Temp. (oC) Voltage (V)
Time (min)
Operating Frequency:
0 min
2 min
20ppm
5 min
10 min
0 min
2 min
5 min
Result
10 min
50
12
5260.03430
5260.03473 5260.03473 5260.03517 6.5209 6.6027 6.6027 6.6863
Pass
40
12
5260.03690
5260.03647 5260.03517 5260.03517 7.0152 6.9335 6.6863 6.6863
Pass
30
12
5260.04342
5260.03994 5260.03951 5260.03951 8.2548 7.5932 7.5114
7.5114
Pass
20
12
5260.05427
5260.05384 5260.05340 5260.05166 10.3175 10.2357 10.1521 9.8213
Pass
10
12
5260.06773
5260.06643 5260.06599 5260.06469 12.8764 12.6293 12.5456 12.2985 Pass
12
5260.07771
5260.07641 5260.07554 5260.07554 14.7738 14.5266 14.3612 14.3612 Pass
-10
12
5260.08162
5260.08119 5260.08162 5260.08162 15.5171 15.4354 15.5171 15.5171 Pass
-20
12
5260.07551
5260.07685 5260.07771 5260.07815 14.3555 14.6103 14.7738 14.8574 Pass
Measured Frequency
5260
(MHz)
Limit
Temp. (oC) Voltage (V)
Time (min)
Operating Frequency:
0 min
2 min
20ppm
5 min
10 min
0 min
2 min
5 min
Result
10 min
20
10.8
5260.05362
5260.05421 5260.05166 5260.05037 10.1939 10.3061 9.8213 9.5760
Pass
20
12
5260.05427
5260.05384 5260.05340 5260.05166 10.3175 10.2357 10.1521 9.8213
Pass
20
13.2
5260.05377
5260.05474 5260.05221 5260.05187 10.2224 10.4068 9.9259 9.8612
Pass
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Limit
Temp. (oC) Voltage (V)
Time (min)
Operating Frequency:
0 min
2 min
20ppm
5 min
10 min
0 min
2 min
5 min
Result
10 min
50
12
5500.03560
5500.03603 5500.03603 5500.03647 6.4727 6.5509 6.5509 6.6309
Pass
40
12
5500.03734
5500.03690 5500.03647 5500.03603 6.7891 6.7091 6.6309 6.5509
Pass
30
12
5500.04906
5500.04732 5500.04689 5500.04645 8.9200 8.6036 8.5255 8.4455
Pass
20
12
5500.05470
5500.05210 5500.05210 5500.05210 9.9455 9.4727 9.4727 9.4727
Pass
10
12
5500.07164
5500.06686 5500.06643 5500.06643 13.0255 12.1564 12.0782 12.0782 Pass
12
5500.07945
5500.07858 5500.07818 5500.07818 14.4455 14.2873 14.2145 14.2145 Pass
-10
12
5500.08553
5500.08509 5500.08466 5500.08466 15.5509 15.4709 15.3927 15.3927 Pass
-20
12
5500.07858
5500.08429 5500.08509 5500.08509 14.2873 15.3255 15.4709 15.4709 Pass
Measured Frequency
5500
(MHz)
Limit
Temp. (oC) Voltage (V)
Time (min)
Operating Frequency:
0 min
2 min
20ppm
5 min
10 min
0 min
2 min
5 min
Result
10 min
20
10.8
5500.05491
5500.05277 5500.05237 5500.05314 9.9836 9.5945 9.5218 9.6618
Pass
20
12
5500.05470
5500.05210 5500.05210 5500.05210 9.9455 9.4727 9.4727 9.4727
Pass
20
13.2
5500.05453
5500.05237 5500.05311 5500.05274 9.9145 9.5218 9.6564 9.5891
Pass
Measured Frequency
5745
(MHz)
Limit
Temp. (oC) Voltage (V)
Time (min)
Operating Frequency:
0 min
2 min
20ppm
5 min
10 min
0 min
2 min
5 min
Result
10 min
50
12
5745.03777
5745.03734 5745.03734 5745.03744 6.5744 6.4996 6.4996 6.5170
Pass
40
12
5745.03951
5745.03907 5745.03864 5745.03821 6.8773 6.8007 6.7258 6.6510
Pass
30
12
5745.04428
5745.04428 5745.04472 5745.04342 7.7076 7.7076 7.7842 7.5579
Pass
20
12
5745.05687
5745.05644 5745.05601 5745.05601 9.8990 9.8242 9.7493 9.7493
Pass
10
12
5745.07250
5745.07077 5745.07033 5745.07164 12.6197 12.3185 12.2419 12.4700 Pass
12
5745.08336
5745.08249 5745.08249 5745.08249 14.5100 14.3586 14.3586 14.3586 Pass
-10
12
5745.08857
5745.08900 5745.08900 5745.08900 15.4169 15.4917 15.4917 15.4917 Pass
-20
12
5745.08379
5745.08813 5745.08813 5745.08813 14.5849 15.3403 15.3403 15.3403 Pass
Measured Frequency
5745
(MHz)
Limit
Temp. (oC) Voltage (V)
Time (min)
Operating Frequency:
0 min
2 min
20ppm
5 min
10 min
0 min
2 min
5 min
Result
10 min
20
10.8
5745.05610
5745.05221 5745.05448 5745.05658 9.7650 9.0879 9.4830 9.8486
Pass
20
12
5745.05687
5745.05644 5745.05601 5745.05601 9.8990 9.8242 9.7493 9.7493
Pass
20
13.2
5745.05654
5745.05463 5745.05574 5745.05704 9.8416 9.5091 9.7023 9.9286
Pass
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4.7 DYNAMIC FREQUENCY SELECTION
4.7.1 Test Limit
FCC according to §15.407 (h), KDB 905462 D02 "compliance measurement procedures
for unlicensed-national information infrastructure devices operating in the 5250-5350
MHz and 5470-5725 MHz bands incorporating dynamic frequency selection”. and KDB
905462 D03 " U-NII client devices without radar detection capability.
IC according RSS-247 section 6.3, and it harmonized with FCC Part 15 DFS rules.
The EIRP refer section 4.3 output power measurement in this report.
Table 1: Applicability of DFS requirements prior to use of a channel
Operational Mode
Requirement
Master
Client (without radar
detection)
Client(with radar
detection)
Non-Occupancy Period
Yes
Not required
Yes
DFS Detection Threshold
Yes
Not required
Yes
Channel Availability Check Time
Yes
Not required
Not required
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
Yes
Not required
Yes
Table 2: Applicability of DFS requirements during normal operation
Operational Mode
Requirement
Master Device or Client with
Radar Detection
Client Without Radar
Detection
DFS Detection Threshold
Yes
Not required
Channel Closing Transmission Time
Yes
Yes
Channel Move Time
Yes
Yes
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
Yes
Not required
Additional requirements for devices with Master Device or Client with
Client Without Radar Detection
multiple bandwidth mods
Radar Detection
U-NII Detection Bandwidth and Statistical
All BW modes must be
Not required
Performance Check
tested
Channel Move Time and Channel Closing Test using widest BW mode Test using the widest BW mode
Transmission Time
available
available for the link
All other tests
Any single BW mode
Not required
Note: Frequencies selected for statistical performance check (Section 7.8.4) should include several
frequencies within the radar detection bandwidth and frequencies near the edge of the radar
detection bandwidth. For 802.11 devices it is suggested to select frequencies in each of the
bonded 20 MHz channels and the channel center frequency.
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Table 3: Interference Threshold values, Master or Client incorporating In-Service
Maximum Transmit Power
Value (See Notes 1, 2, and 3)
EIRP ≥ 200 milliwatt
EIRP < 200 milliwatt and power spectral density < 10
dBm/MHz
EIRP < 200 milliwatt that do not meet the power
spectral density requirement
-64 dBm
-62 dBm
-64 dBm
Note 1: This is the level at the input of the receiver assuming a 0 dBi receive antenna.
Note 2: Throughout these test procedures an additional 1 dB has been added to the amplitude of the test transmission
waveforms to account for variations in measurement equipment. This will ensure that the test signal is at or above
the detection threshold level to trigger a DFS response.
Note3: EIRP is based on the highest antenna gain. For MIMO devices refer to KDB Publication 662911 D01.
Table 4: DFS Response requirement values
Parameter
Value
Non-occupancy period
Minimum 30 minutes
Channel Availability Check Time
60 seconds
Channel Move Time
10 seconds See Note 1.
200 milliseconds + an aggregate of 60 milliseconds over
remaining 10 second period. See Notes 1 and 2.
Minimum 100% of the U-NII 99% transmission power
bandwidth. See Note 3.
Channel Closing Transmission Time
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
Note 1: Channel Move Time and the Channel Closing Transmission Time should be performed with Radar Type 0.
The measurement timing begins at the end of the Radar Type 0 burst.
Note 2: The Channel Closing Transmission Time is comprised of 200 milliseconds starting at the beginning of the
Channel Move Time plus any additional intermittent control signals required to facilitate a Channel move (an
aggregate of 60 milliseconds) during the remainder of the 10 second period. The aggregate duration of control signals
will not count quiet periods in between transmissions.
Note 3: During the U-NII Detection Bandwidth detection test, radar type 0 should be used. For each frequency step
the minimum percentage of detection is 90 percent. Measurements are performed with no data traffic.
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Table 5 – Short Pulse Radar Test Waveforms
Radar
Type
Pulse Width
PRI (µsec)
(µsec)
Number of Pulses
Minimum
Minimum
Percentage of
Number of
Successful
Trials
Detection
See Note 1
1428
18
Test A: 15
unique PRI
values
randomly
selected
from the list
of 23 PRI
values in
Table 5a
Test B: 15
unique PRI
values
60%
30
randomly
selected
within the
range of
518-3066
μsec, with a
minimum
increment of
1 μsec,
excluding
PRI values
selected in
Test A
1-5
150-230
23-29
60%
30
6-10
200-500
16-18
60%
30
11-20
200-500
12-16
60%
30
Aggregate (Radar Types 1-4)
80%
120
Note 1: Short Pulse Radar Type 0 should be used for the detection bandwidth test, channel move time,
and channel closing time tests.
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Table 6 – Long Pulse Radar Test Signal
Radar Type
Pulse
Width
(µsec)
50-100
Minimum
Number of
Percentage Minimum
Chirp Width
PRI
Number of
Pulses per
of
Number of
(MHz)
(µsec)
Bursts
Burst
Successful
Trials
Detection
5-20
1000-2000
1-3
8-20
80%
30
Table 7 – Frequency Hopping Radar Test Signal
Radar Type
Pulse
Width
(µsec)
PRI
(µsec)
Pulses per
Hop
Hopping
Rate
(kHz)
333
0.333
Minimum
Hopping
Percentage Minimum
Sequence
of
Number of
Length
Successful
Trials
(msec)
Detection
300
70%
30
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4.7.2 Test Procedure
Overview Of EUT With Respect To §15.407 (H) Requirements
The firmware installed in the EUT during testing was:
Firmware Rev: 0.0.35.2_20171101.100446
The EUT operates over the 5250-5350 MHz range as a Client Device that does not have
radar detection capability.
The EUT uses one transmitter connected to two 50-ohm coaxial antenna ports via a
diversity switch. Only one antenna port is connected to the test system since the EUT
has one antenna only.
The Slave device associated with the EUT during these tests does not have radar
detection capability.
WLAN traffic is generated by streaming the video file TestFile.mp2 “6 ½ Magic Hours”
from the Master to the Slave in full motion video mode using the media player with the
V2.61 Codec package.
The EUT utilizes the 802.11a architecture, with a nominal channel bandwidth of 20 MHz.
The rated output power of the Master unit is < 23dBm (EIRP). Therefore the required
interference threshold level is -62 dBm. After correction for antenna gain and procedural
adjustments, the required conducted threshold at the antenna port is –62 + 5 = -57dBm.
The calibrated conducted DFS Detection Threshold level is set to -57 dBm. The tested
level is lower than the required level hence it provides margin to the limit.
Manufacturer’s Statement Regarding Uniform Channel Spreading
The end product implements an automatic channel selection feature at startup such that
operation commences on channels distributed across the entire set of allowed 5GHz
channels. This feature will ensure uniform spreading is achieved while avoiding
non-allowed channels due to prior radar events.
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TEST AND MEASUREMENT SYSTEM
System Overview
The measurement system is based on a conducted test method.
The short pulse and long pulse signal generating system utilizes the NTIA software. The
Vector Signal Generator has been validated by the NTIA. The hopping signal generating
system utilizes the CCS simulated hopping method and system, which has been
validated by the DoD, FCC and NTIA. The software selects waveform parameters from
within the bounds of the signal type on a random basis using uniform distribution.
The short pulse types 2, 3 and 4, and the long pulse type 5 parameters are randomized
at run-time.
The hopping type 6 pulse parameters are fixed while the hopping sequence is based on
the August 2005 NTIA Hopping Frequency List. The initial starting point randomized at
run-time and each subsequent starting point is incremented by 475. Each frequency in
the 100-length segment is compared to the boundaries of the EUT Detection Bandwidth
and the software creates a hopping burst pattern in accordance with Section 7.4.1.3
Method #2 Simulated Frequency Hopping Radar Waveform Generating Subsystem of
FCC 06-96 APPENDIX. The frequency of the signal generator is incremented in 1 MHz
steps from FL to FH for each successive trial. This incremental sequence is repeated as
required to generate a minimum of 30 total trials and to maintain a uniform frequency
distribution over the entire Detection Bandwidth.
The signal monitoring equipment consists of a spectrum analyzer set to display 8001
bins on the horizontal axis. The time-domain resolution is 2 msec / bin with a 16 second
sweep time, meeting the 10 second short pulse reporting criteria. The aggregate ON
time is calculated by multiplying the number of bins above a threshold during a particular
observation period by the dwell time per bin, with the analyzer set to peak detection and
max hold. The time-domain resolution is 3 msec / bin with a 24 second sweep time,
meeting the 22 second long pulse reporting criteria and allowing a minimum of 10
seconds after the end of the long pulse waveform.
Should multiple RF ports be utilized for the Master and/or Slave devices (for example, for
diversity or MIMO implementations), 50 ohm termination would be removed from the
splitter so that connection can be established between splitter and the Master and/or
Slave devices.
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System Calibration
Connect the spectrum analyzer to the test system in place of the master device. Set the
signal generator to CW mode. Adjust the amplitude of the signal generator to yield a
measured level of –62 dBm on the spectrum analyzer.
Without changing any of the instrument settings, reconnect the spectrum analyzer to the
Common port of the Spectrum Analyzer Combiner/Divider and connect a 50 ohm load to
the Master Device port of the test system.
Measure the amplitude and calculate the difference from –62 dBm. Adjust the Reference
Level Offset of the spectrum analyzer to this difference. Confirm that the signal is
displayed at –62 dBm. Readjust the RBW and VBW to 3 MHz, set the span to 10 MHz,
and confirm that the signal is still displayed at –62 dBm.
The spectrum analyzer displays the level of the signal generator as received at the
antenna ports of the Master Device. The interference detection threshold may be varied
from the calibrated value of –62 dBm and the spectrum analyzer will still indicate the
level as received by the Master Device.
Set the signal generator to produce a radar waveform, trigger a burst manually and
measure the level on the spectrum analyzer. Readjust the amplitude of the signal
generator as required so that the peak level of the waveform is at a displayed level equal
to the required or desired interference detection threshold. Separate signal generator
amplitude settings are determined as required for each radar type.
Adjustment Of Displayed Traffic Level
Establish a link between the Master and Slave, adjusting the Link Step Attenuator as
needed to provide a suitable received level at the Master and Slave devices. Stream the
video test file to generate WLAN traffic. Confirm that the WLAN traffic level, as displayed
on the spectrum analyzer, is at lower amplitude than the radar detection threshold.
Confirm that the displayed traffic is from the Master Device. For Master Device testing
confirm that the displayed traffic does not include Slave Device traffic. For Slave Device
testing confirm that the displayed traffic does not include Master Device traffic.
If a different setting of the Master Step Attenuator is required to meet the above
conditions, perform a new System Calibration for the new Master Step Attenuator
setting.
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Antenna Port RF Connections to Test Instrument Setup
Master Device (Support Equipment)
Slave Device (EUT)
PC Controller and Server,
with MPEG file
Host Computer,
with MPEG Player
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4.7.4 Test Result
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz at 5310MHz
Noise Floor
Master Level
RBW 3 MHz
* VBW
Ref
5 dBm
* Att
0 dB
RBW 3 MHz
Marker 1 [T1 ]
3 MHz
-67.75 dBm
SWT 12 s
* VBW
6.932800 s
Ref
5 dBm
* Att
0 dB
-10
-10
CLRWR
-20
-20
-30
-30
-40
-40
-50
3DB
-60
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-70
-80
-80
-90
-90
Center 5.31 GHz
Date: 6.OCT.2017
1.2 s/
Center 5.31 GHz
15:52:07
Date: 6.DEC.2017
Slave Level
RBW 3 MHz
* VBW
5 dBm
* Att
0 dB
3 MHz
SWT 12 s
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-16.68 dBm
5.714800 s
SGL
1 PK *
-16.67 dBm
4.883200 s
SGL
1 PK *
CLRWR
Ref
Marker 1 [T1 ]
SGL
1 PK *
3 MHz
SWT 12 s
-10
CLRWR
-20
-30
-40
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
-90
Center 5.31 GHz
Date: 6.OCT.2017
15:51:24
1.2 s/
16:48:31
1.2 s/
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Radar Waveforms
Sample of short Pluse Radar Type 0
RBW 3 MHz
* VBW
Ref
-10 dBm
* Att
0 dB
3 MHz
SWT 30 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-64.05 dBm
17.135000 ms
-10
-20
1 PK *
CLRWR
TRG
-30
-40
-50
-60
3DB
-70
TRG -70 dBm
-80
-90
-100
-110
Center 5.31 GHz
Date: 3.NOV.2017
11:25:09
3 ms/
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TEST CHANNEL AND METHOD
All tests were performed at a channel center frequency of 5310 MHz utilizing a
conducted test method.
CHANNEL MOVE TIME AND CHANNEL CLOSING TRANSMISSION TIME
GENERAL REPORTING NOTES
The reference marker is set at the end of last radar pulse.
The delta marker is set at the end of the last WLAN transmission following the radar
pulse. This delta is the channel move time.
The aggregate channel closing transmission time is calculated as follows:
Aggregate Transmission Time =
(Number of analyzer bins showing transmission) * (dwell time per bin)
The observation period over which the aggregate time is calculated
Begins at (Reference Marker + 200 msec) and
Ends no earlier than (Reference Marker + 10 sec).
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IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz at 5310
Type 1_Channel Move Time
RBW 3 MHz
* VBW
Ref
5 dBm
* Att
0 dB
Marker 3 [T1 ]
3 MHz
SWT 12 s
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-26.99 dBm
482.000000 ms
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-61.28 dBm
0.000000 s
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-10
1 PK *
-71.33 dBm
CLRWR
10.000000 s
TRG
-20
-30
-40
-50
3DB
-60
-70
-80
T1
-90
Center 5.31 GHz
Date: 6.NOV.2017
1.2 s/
17:48:28
Channel Move Time
(s)
0.4820
Limit
(s)
10
IEEE 802.11n 40 MHz at 5310
Type 1_Channel closing transmisssion Type 1_Channel closing transmisssion
time
time-caculate
Aggregate Transmission Time
(ms)
8.4
Limit
(ms)
60
- End of Test Report -
Margin
(ms)
-51.6
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