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Appendix (Additional assessments outside the scope of 808 0108)
Antenna Parameters with Head TSL
Impedance, transformed to feed point 54.4 $2 + 4.3 in
Return Loss - 24.6 dB
Antenna Parameters with Body TSL
impedance, transformed to lead point 498 Q + 6.4 jQ
Fletum Loss - 23.8 dB
General Antenna Parameters and Design
Electrical Delay (one direction) 1.161 ns
After long term use with 100W radiated power, only a slight warming oi the dipole near the feedpoint can be measured.
The dipole is made of standard semirigid coaxial cable. The center conductor of the feeding line is directly connected to the
second arm of the dipole. The antenna is therefore short-circuited for DC-signals. On some at the dipoles, small end caps
are added to the dipole arms in order to improve matching when loaded according to the position as explained in the
"Measurement Conditions” paragraph. The SAR data are not attested by this change. The overall dipole length is still
according to the Standard.
No excessive iorce must be applied to the dipole arms. because they might bend or the soldered connections near the
teedpoint may be damaged.
Additional EUT Data
Manufactured by SPEAG
Manufactured on August 26, 2008
Certificate No: D2450V2-737_Aug16 Page 4 of 8
DASYS Validation Report for Head TSL
Date: 26.08.2016
Test Laboratory: SPEAG, Zurich, Switzerland
DUT: Dipole 2450 MHz; Type: D2450V2; Serial: D2450V2 - SN:737
Communication System: UlD 0 - CW; Frequency: 2450 MHz
Medium parameters used: f = 2450 MHz; 6 = 1.88 S/m; a, = 38.2; p = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
Measurement Standard: DASYS (IEEE/[EC/ANSI C63.19-2011)
DASY52 Configuration:
0 Probe: EX3DV4 - SN7349; C0nvF(7,72, 7.72, 7.72); Calibrated: 15.06.2016;
o Sensor-Surface: 1.4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
0 Electronics: DAE4 Sn601; Calibrated: 30.12.2015
o Phantom: Flat Phantom 50 (front); Type: QDOOOPSOAA: Serial: 1001
. DASYSZ 528.3(1258); SEMCAD x 14.6.10(7372)
Dipole Calibration for Head Tissue/Pin=250 mW, d=10mm/Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mrn, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 114.2 V/m; Power Drift = -0.01 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 27.2 W/kg
SAR(l g) = 13.5 W/kg; SAR(10 g) = 6.29 Wlkg
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 22.2 W/kg
4.4a
-I nu
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42.00
0 dB = 22.2 W/kg = 13.46 dBW/kg
Certificate No: D2450V2—737_Au916 Page 5 of 8
Impedance Measurement Plot for Head TSL
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Certificate No: D2450V2-737_Aug16 Page 6 o! B
DASY5 Validation Report for Body TSL
Date: 24.08.2016
Test Laboratory: SPEAG, Zurich, Switzerland
DUT: Dipole 2450 MHz; Type: D2450V2; Serial: D2450V2 - SN:737
Communication System: U11) 0 - CW; Frequency: 2450 MHz
Medium parameters used: f: 2450 MHz; 6 = 2.04 S/m; e, = 52; p = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
Measurement Standard: DASY5 (EEE/[EC/ANSI C63.19-2011)
DASYSZ Configuration:
o Probe: EX3DV4 - SN7349; ConvF(7.79, 7.79, 7.79); Calibrated: 15.06.2016;
Sensor-Surface: 1.4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn601; Calibrated: 30.12.2015
Phantom: Flat Phantom 5.0 (back); Type: QDOOOPSOAA; Serial: 1002
DASY52 52.830258); SEMCAD X 14.6,10(7372)
Dipole Calibration for Body Tissue/Pin=250 mW, d=10mm/Zoom Scan (7x’7x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm, dz=5mrn
Reference Value = 106.3 V/m; Power Drift = -0.01 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 26.3 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 13.1 W/kg; SAR(10 g) = 6.11 Wlkg
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 21.3 W/kg
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41.40
-1 2.60
-1 6.80
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0 dB = 21.3 W/kg = 13.28 dBW/kg
Certificate No: 02450V2-7377Aug16 Page 7 of 8
Impedance Measurement Plot for Body TSL
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Certificate No: D2450V2-737_Aug16 Page 8 of B
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeughausstrasse 43, 3004 Zurich, Switzerland
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (em
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one oi the signatories to tire EA
Multllateral Agreement for are recognition or calibration certificates
Client
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S Swiss Calibration Service
Accreditation No.: SCS 0108
Certlflcm No: D2600V2-1 020_Aug1 6
Obieci
Calibration procedureisi
Calibration dale:
D2600V2 - SN21020
QA CAL-05.V9
Calibration procedure for dipole validation kits above 700 MHz
August 26, 2016
Calibration Equipment used (Mare critical lot calibration)
This calibration certllleate documents the traceability to national Standards. which realize the physical unilS ol measurements (SI).
The measurements and the uncertainties with confidence probability are given on the iollowing pages and are part of the certificate
All calibrations have been conducted in the closed laboratory iaciiity: environment temperature (22 a are and humidity < 70%.
Primary Standards ID It Cal Date (Certificate No.) Scheduled Calibration
Power meter NFIP SN: 104778 06-Apr-16 (No. 217-02288/02289) Apr-17
Power sensor NFlP-ZQ1 SN: 103244 06-Apr-16 1N0. 217-02288) Apr-17
Power sensor NFtP-291 SN: 103245 06-Apr-16 (No. 217—02289) Apr-17
Fteierence 20 dB Attenuator SN: 5058 (20k) 05-Apr-16 (No. 21 7412292) Apr-17
Type-N mismatch combination SN: 5047.2 / 06327 05-Apr-16 (No. 217-02295) Apr-17
Fleierence Probe EXGDV-I SN: 7349 15-Jun-16 (ND, EX3-73497Jun16i Jun-17
DAE4 SN: 501 30-Dec-15 (N0. DAE4—6017De015) Dec-16
Secondary Standards ID Ii Check Date (in house) Scheduled Check
Power meter EPM-442A SN: GB37430704 07-Oct-15 (No. 217-02222) In house check: Oct-16
Power sensor HP 8481A SN: USS7292763 07-Oct-15 (No. 217-02222) In house Check: Oct-16
Power sensor HP 8451A SN: MV41092317 07-Oct-15 (No. 217-02223) In house check: Oct-16
FIF generator H818 SMT-06 SN: 100972 15-Jun-15 (in house check Jun-15) In house check: Oct-16
Network Analyzer HP 8753E SN: U837390585 13-Oct-01 (in house check 001-15) In house check: Oct-16
Name Function Signature
Calibrated by: Johannes Kurikka Laboratory Technician % ”4‘.
Approved by: Kaila Pokavio Technical Manager
flé’fi
Issued: August 29. 2016
This calibration ceriiticale Shall nol be reproduced except in lull without written approval 0! the laboratory.
Certificate No: DZBOOV2-10207Au916
Page 1 ol 8
Calibration Laboratory of
. S Schweizerischer Kalibrlerdlenst
Schmid & Partner C Service sulsse d'étalonnago
Engineering AG Servlzlo svlnero di untura
Zeughiusstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland S Swiss calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (3A3) Accreditafion No.: SOS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration certificates
Glossary:
TSL tissue simulating liquid
ConvF sensitivity in TSL / NORM x,y,z
N/A not applicable or not measured
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
a) IEEE Std 1528-2013, “IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-
Averaged Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless
Communications Devices: Measurement Techniques", June 2013
b) IEC 62209-1, "Procedure to measure the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for hand-held
devices used in close proximity to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHz to 3 GHz)",
February 2005
c) IEC 62209-2, "Procedure to determine the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for wireless
communication devices used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30
MHz to 6 GHz)", March 2010
d) KDB 865664, “SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHZ"
Additional Documentation:
9) DASY4/5 System Handbook
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
. Measurement Conditions: Further details are available from the Validation Report at the end
of the certificate. All figures stated in the certificate are valid at the frequency indicated.
0 Antenna Parameters with TSL: The dipole is mounted with the spacer to position its feed
point exactly below the center marking of the flat phantom section, with the arms oriented
parallel to the body axis.
0 Feed Point Impedance and Return Loss: These parameters are measured with the dipole
positioned under the liquid tilled phantom. The impedance stated is transformed from the
measurement at the SMA connector to the feed point. The Return Loss ensures low
reflected power. No uncertainty required.
0 Electrical Delay: One-way delay between the SMA connector and the antenna feed point.
No uncertainty required.
SAR measured: SAR measured at the stated antenna input power.
SAR normalized: SAR as measured, normalized to an input power of 1 W at the antenna
connector.
. SAR for nominal TSL parameters: The measured TSL parameters are used to calculate the
nominal SAR result.
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement
multiplied by the coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage
probability of approximately 95%.
Certificate No: D2600V2—1020_Aug16 Page 2 of 8
Measurement Conditions
DASY system configuration, as far as not iven on page 1.
DASV Version DASYS V52.8.8
Extrapolation Advanced Extrapolation
Phantom Modular Flat Phantom
Distance Dipole Center - TSL 10 mm with Spacer
Zoom Sean Resolution dx, dy, dz = 5 mm
Frequency 2600 MHz :1 MHz
Head TSL parameters
The following parameters and calculations were applied
Temperature Permittivity Conductivity
Nominal Head TSL parameters 22.0 °C 39.0 1.96 mho/m
Measured Head TSL parameters (22.0 2 0.2) °C 37.6 2 6 % 2.04 mho/m : 6 %
Head TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 “C ---«
SAR result with Head TSL
SAR averaged over 1 cm8 (1 g) at Head TSL Condition I
SAR measured 250 mW input power I 14.9 Wlkg
:i
SAR tor nominal Head TSL parameters
normalized to 1W I
53.1 Wlkg :17.0 % (k=2)
SAR averaged over 10 cm3 (10 g) of Head TSL
condition
SAR measured
250 mW input power
658 W/kg
SAR for nominal Head TSL parameters
normalized to 1W I
25.9 Wlkg 316.5 % (k=2)
Body TSL parameters
The loliowmg parameters and calculations were applied.
Temperature Permittivity Conductivity
Nominal Body TSL parameters 220 °C 52.5 2.16 mho/m
Measured Body TSL parameters (220 2 0.2) °C 51.6 1 6 % 2.20 mho/m 1 6 %
Body TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 “C
SAR result with Body TSL
SAH averaged over1 cm’ (1 9) ol Body TSL Condition
SAFt measured 250 mW input power 14.1 W/kg
SAFi for nominal Body TSL parameters
normalized to 1W
55.7 Wlkg 2 17.0 °/o (k=2)
SAR averaged over 10 cm“ (10 9) of Body TSL
condition
SAR measured
250 mW input power
5.29 Wfl \ / 1 \ H
STfiRY 2 468. am 090 HI: STEP 2 SEEWB 309 MHZ
Certificate No: 02600V2-1020_Aug16 Page 6 o! B
DASY5 Validation Report for Body TSL
Date: 24.082016
Test Laboratory: SPEAG, Zurich, Switzerland
DUT: Dipole 2600 MHz; Type: D2600V2; Serial: D2600V2 - SN :1020
Communication System: UID 0 - CW; Frequency: 2600 MHz
Medium parameters used: f: 2600 MHz; 0 = 2.2 S/m; er = 51.6; p = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
Measurement Standard: DASYS ([EEE/fliC/ANSI C63.19—201 1)
DASY52 Configuration:
. Probe: EX3DV4 - SN7349; ConvF(7.48, 7.48, 7,48); Calibrated: 1506,2016;
Sensor-Surface: 1,4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn601; Calibrated: 30.12.2015
Phantom: Flat Phantom 5.0 (back); Type: QDOOOPSOAA; Serial: 1002
DASY52 5218.8(1258); SEMCAD X 14.6.10(7372)
Dipole Calibration for Body Tissue/Pin=250 mW, d=10mleoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=5mrn, dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 107.3 V/m; Power Drift = -0.09 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 292 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 14.1 W/kg; SAR(10 g) = 6.29 Wlkg
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 23.3 W/kg
dB
4.80
41.60
-1 4.40
-19.2fl
{4.00
0 dB = 23.3 W/kg = 13.67 dBW/kg
Certificate No: D2600V2-1020_Aug16 Page 7 of 8
Impedance Measurement Plot for Body TSL
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Cemlicale No: D2600V2-1020_Aug16 Page 8 of 8
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
Schwelzerlscher Kailbrlerdlenst
Service sulsse d'etalonnage
Servlzlo svizzero dl urfluri
Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SASt Accreditation No.2 SOS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service I: one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement tor the recognition oi calibration certificates
client B.V. ADT (Auden) Wm No: DSGHzV2-1 019_Aug16
Object DSGHZVZ - SN:1019
Calibration procedure(s) QA CAL-22.v2
Calibration procedure for dipole validation kits between 3-6 GHz
Calibiation date: August 23. 2016
This calibration certificate documents the traceability to national standards. which realize the physical units at measurements (SI).
The measurements and the uncertainties with confidence probability are given on the following pages and are part of the ceniiicate.
All calibrations have been conducted In the closed laboratory iacility: environment temperature (22 x 3)°C and humidity < 70%.
Calibration Equipment used (MEiTE critical for calibration)
Primary Standards ID ti Cal Date tCertificate No.) Scheduled Calibration
Power meter NRF' SN: 104778 06-Apr-161No. 217-0228802289) Apr-17
Power sensor NRP-Z91 SN: 103244 0&ADr—16 (No. 217-02288) Apr-17
Power sensor NRP-Z9l SN: 103245 06-Apr-16 (No. 217—02289) Apr-17
Reference 20 dB Attenuator SN: 5058 (20k) 05-Apr-16 (No. 217-02292) Apr-l7
Type-N mismatch combination SN: 5047.2 / 06327 05»Apr-16 (No. 217-02295) Apr-17
Reference Probe EX3DV4 SN: 3503 30-Jun»16 (Nov EX3-3503_Jun16) Jun-17
DAE4 SN: 601 30«Dec-15 (No. DAE4‘6017D9C‘5) Dec-10
Secondary Standards ID it Check Date (in house) Scheduled Check
Power meter EPM-442A SN: (3357480704 07-001-1 5 (No. 217-02222) In house check: Oct-16
Power sensor HP B481A SN: USS7292783 07-0014 5 (No. 217-02222) In house check: 061-16
Power sensor HP 8481/1 SN: MY41092317 07-00145 (No: 217-02223) In house check: Oct-16
RF generator R&S SMT-OS SN: 100972 15»Jun-15 (in house check Jun-15) In house check: Oct-16
Network Analyler HP 8753E SN: USS7390585 amt-01 (in house check Oct-15) In house check: Oct-16
Name Function Signature
Calibrated by: Johannes Kurikka Laboratory Technician W 1 E
Approved by: Kaila Pokavic Technical Manager WC
Issued: August 25. 2016
This calibration certificate shall not be reproduced except in tull without written approval oi the laboratory.
Certificate No: D5GHzV2-1019_Aug16 Page 1 of 16
Calibration Laboratory of
' S Schwelzerlacher Kalibriudiemt
SChl’TIld & Partner c Service sulsse d'étalonnage
Engineering AG Servlzlo svluero dl taratura
Zeughausstrasse 43, 90M Zurich. Switzerland 5 Swiss calibration Service
Accredited by Ina Swiss Accreditation Service (3A5) Accredltation No; SCS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Servlce I: one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognltion ol calibratlon certificates
Glossary:
TSL tissue simulating liquid
ConvF sensitivity in TSL / NORM x,y,z
N/A not applicable or not measured
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
a) IEEE Std 1528-2013, “IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-
Averaged Specific Absorption Flate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless
Communications Devices: Measurement Techniques", June 2013
b) IEC 62209-2. "Procedure to determine the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for wireless
communication devices used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30
MHz to 6 GHz)", March 2010
c) KDB B65664, “SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHz“
Additional Documentation:
d) DASY4/5 System Handbook
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
0 Measurement Conditions: Further details are available from the Validation Report at the end
of the certificate. All figures stated in the certificate are valid at the frequency indicated.
0 Antenna Parameters with TSL: The dipole is mounted with the spacer to position its feed
point exactly below the center marking of the flat phantom section, with the arms oriented
parallel to the body axis.
0 Feed Point Impedance and Return Loss: These parameters are measured with the dipole
positioned under the liquid filled phantom. The impedance stated is transformed from the
measurement at the SMA connector to the feed point. The Return Loss ensures low
reflected power. No uncertainty required.
0 Electrical Delay: One-way delay between the SMA connector and the antenna feed point.
No uncertainty required.
. SAR measured: SAR measured at the stated antenna input power.
SAR normalized: SAR as measured, normalized to an input power of 1 W at the antenna
connector.
. SAFl for nominal TSL parameters: The measured TSL parameters are used to calculate the
nominal SAR result.
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement
multiplied by the coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage
probability of approximately 95%.
Certificate No: DSGHzV2-1019_Au916 Page 2 ol 16
Measurement Conditions
DASY gystem configuration, as far as not iven on page 1.
DASV Verslon DASYS V5208
Extrapolation Advanced Extrapolation
Phantom Modular Flat Phantom V5.0
Distance Dipole Center - TSL 10 mm with Spacer
Zoom Scan Resolution
I dx, dy = 4.0 mm. dz =1,4 mm
Graded Ratio = 1.4 (Z direction)
Frequency
5200 MHz 1 1 MHz
5250 MHz :1 MHz
5300 MHz 2 1 MHz
5600 MHZ 2 1 MHz
5800 MHz 1 1 MHz
Head TSL parameters at 5200 MHz
The followinlparameters and calculations were applied.
Temperature I Permittivity Conductivity
Nominal Head TSL parameters 22.0 °C 36.0 4.66 mho/m
Measured Head TSL parameters (22.0 2 0.2) °C 34.5 3: 6 % 4.52 mho/m : 6 %
Head TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 °C I
SAR result with Head TSL at 5200 MHz
SAR averaged over 1 cm“ (1 g) of Head TSL _I Condition
SAFt measured I 100 mW input power 7.87 W/kg
SAR for nominal Head TSL parameters L normalized to 1W 78.0 Wlkg : 19.9 ‘70 (k=2)
SAR averaged over 10 cm’ (10 g) at Head TSL I condition L
SAFt measured 100 mW input power 225 W/kg
SAR lor nominal Head TSL parameters
normalized to 1w I— 222 Wlkg : 19.5 % (k=2)
Certificate No: D5GH2V2-1019_Aug16
Pageaof 16
Head TSL parameters at 5250 MHz
The lollowing parameters and calculations were applied.
Temperature Permittivity Conductivity
Nominal Head TSL parameters 22.0 °C 35.9 4.71 mho/m
Measured Head TSL parameters (22.0 t 0.2) “C 34.4 t 6 % 4.57 mho/m 1 6 %
Head TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 “C ----
SAR result with Head TSL at 5250 MHz
SAR averaged over 1 cm3 (1 g) of Head TSL L Condition
SAR measured 100 mW input power 8.04 W/kg
SAR tor nominal Head TSL parameters normalized to 1W 79.6 W I kg 2 19.9 % (k=2)
SAR averaged over 10 cm“ (10 g) of Head TSL condition
SAFl measured 100 mW input power 230 W/kg
SAFl for nominal Head TSL parameters L normalized to 1W 22.7 Wlkg : 19.5 % (k=2)
Head TSL parameters at 5300 MHz
The lollowinuarameters and calculations werflpplied.
Temperature Permi ty Conduct ty
Nominal Head TSL parameters 22.0 °C 35.9 4.76 mho/m
Measured Head TSL parameters (22.0 2 0.2) °C 34.4 1 6 °/o 4.62 mho/m 2 6 %
Head TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 “C
SAR result with Head TSL at 5300 MHz
SAR averaged over 1 cm“ (1 g) of Head TSL Condition _‘
SAR measured
100 mW input power
3.44 W/kg
SAR for nominal Head TSL parameters
[ normalized to 1W
83.6 Wlkg g 19.9 °/. (k=2)
SAR averaged over 10 cm’ (10 g) at Head TSL
condition
SAFl measured
] 100 mW input power
2.41 W/kg
SAR for nominal Head TSL parameters
normalized to 1W
23.3 Wlkg : 19.5 % (k=2)
Certificate No: D5GHzV2-1019_Au916
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Head TSL parameters at 5600 MHz
The lollowing parameters and calculations were applied.
Temperature Permittivity Conductivity
Nominal Head TSL parameters 22.0 °C 35.5 5.07 mho/m
Measured Head TSL parameters 1 (22.0 1 0.2) “C 34.0 2 6 % 4.91 mho/rn 2 6 %
Head TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 “C -—-» »---
SAR result with Head TSL at 5600 MHz
SAFI averaged over1 em3 (1 g) of Head TSL Condition
SAR measured
100 mW input power
3.3a W/kg
SAR for nominal Head TSL parameters
normalized to 1W
82.4 Wlkg : 19.9 % (k=2)
SAFI averaged over 10 cm’ (10 g) of Head TSL condition J
SAR measured 100 mW input power 2.38 W/kg
SAR tor nominal Head TSL parameters normalized to 1W 23.5 Wlkg 2 19.5 % (k=2)
Head TSL parameters at 5800 MHz
The following parameters and calculations were applied.
Temperature Permlttivity Conductivity
Nominal Head TSL parameters 220 “C 35.3 5.27 mho/m
r—Measured Head TSL parameters i (22.0 2 0.2) ”C 33.7 1 6 % 5.11 mho/m : 6 %
Head TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 “C
SAR result with Head TSL at 5800 MHz
SAR averaged over 1 cm8 (1 g) of Head TSL Condition I
SAR measured 100 mW input power 8.03 Wfl 1800 MHz: R22 waveguide)
NORMx y,z are only intermediate values I e the uncertainties of NORMX y,z does not affect the E2 -field
uncertainty inside TSL (see below ConvF)
NORM(0x,y,z = NORMx,y,z ' Irequenchesponse (see Frequency Response Chart). This linearization is
implemented in DASY4 software versions later than 4.24 The uncenainty of the frequency response is included
in the slated uncertainty of ConvF.
DCPx,y.z: DCP are numerical Iinearl'zation parameters assessed based on the data of power sweep with CW
signal (no uncertainty required), DCP does not depend on frequency nor media.
PAR: PAR is the Peak to Average Ratio that is not calibrated but determined based on the signal
characteristics
Ax,y,z,' Bx,y,z,' CX,y,z; Dx,y,z; VRx,y,z: A, B. C, D are numerical linearization parameters assessed based on
the data of power sweep for specific modulation signal. The parameters do not depend on frequency nor
media. VR is the maximum calibration range expressed in RMS voltage across the diode.
ConvF and Boundary Effect Parameters: Assessed in flat phantom using E-field (or Temperature Transfer
Standard for f s 800 MHz) and inside waveguide using analytical field distributions based on power
measurements for f > 800 MHz The same setups are used for assessment of the parameters applied for
boundary compensation (alpha. depth) of which typical uncertainty values are given. These parameters are
used in DASY4 software to improve probe accuracy close to the boundary. The sensitivity in TSL corresponds
to NORMx.y,z ‘ ConvF whereby the uncertainty corresponds to that given for ConvF. A frequency dependent
Cont/F is used in DASY version 4.4 and higher which allows extending the validity from 1 50 MHz to j: 100
MHz.
Spherical isotropy (3D deviation from isotropy): in a field of low gradients realized using a flat phantom
exposed by a patch antenna.
Sensor Offset: The sensor offset corresponds to the offset of virtual measurement center from the probe tip
(on probe axis), No tolerance required.
ConnectorAng/e: The angle is assessed using the information gained by determining the NORMx (no
uncertainty required).
Certificate No: EX3—36507JUI16 Page 2 of 11
EX3DV4 — SN:3650 July 25, 2016
Probe EX3DV4
SN2365O
Manufactured: March 18, 2008
Calibrated: July 25, 2016
Calibrated for DASY/EASY Systems
(Note: non-compatible with DASY2 system!)
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EX3DV4— SN:3650 July 25, 2016
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3650
Basic Calibration Parameters
SensorX l SensorY Sensor 2 Unc (k=2)
Norm (pV/(V/mfliA 0.40 I 0.41 0.40 1 10,1 %
DCP (mV)" 100.2 i 97.0 98.5
Modulation Calibration Parameters
UID Communication System Name A 5 c D VR Unc"
dB dBVpV dB mV tk=2l
0 CW x 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.00 130.7 13.5 %
v 0.0 0.0 1.0 141.5
2 0.0 0.0 1.0 129.4
The reported uncertainty of measuremen is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement
multiplied by the coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage
probability of approximately 95%.
‘ The uncertainties of Norm x.v.z do not attest the E’iieid uncertainty Inside TSL (see Pages 5 and 6),
5 Numerical linearizatlon parameter uncertainty not requlred.
E Uncertainty is determined using the max devration irorn linear response applying rectangular distribution and is expressed for me square or the
field value.
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EX3DV4— SNISGSO
July 25, 2016
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3650
Calibration Parameter Determined in Head Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity neptir‘3 Unc
1 (MHz) ° Permittlvlty ’ (51m) F ConvF x ConvF v ConvF 2 Alpha ° (mill) (k=2)
750 41.9 0.89 10.29 10.29 10.29 0.60 0.85 212.0 %
835 41.5 0.90 10.01 10.01 10.01 0.55 0.85 112.0 %
900 41.5 0.97 9.90 9.90 9.90 0.50 0.90 212.0 %
1450 40.5 1.20 8.99 8.99 8.99 0.44 0.83 :l: 120 %
1640 40.3 1.29 8.73 8.73 8.73 0.34 0.88 g 12.0 %
1750 40.1 1.37 8.61 8.61 3.61 0.38 0.80 x 12.0 %
1900 40.0 1.40 8.29 8.29 8.29 0.33 0.80 g 12.0 %
2000 40.0 1.40 8.26 8.26 8.26 0.31 0.80 112.0 %
2300 39.5 1.67 8.02 8.02 8.02 0.31 0.80 rt 12.0 %
2450 39.2 1.80 7.51 7.51 7.51 0.34 0.87 212.0 %
2600 39.0 1.96 7.32 7.32 7.32 0.35 0.85 112.0 %
3500 37.9 2.91 7.37 7.37 7.37 0.34 1.16 1:131 %
5200 36.0 4.66 5.65 5.65 5.65 0.35 1.80 x 13.1 %
5250 35.9 4.71 5.43 5.43 5.43 0.40 1.80 t 13.1 %
5300 35.9 4.76 5.31 5.31 5.31 0.40 1.80 g 13.1 %
5600 35.5 5.07 4.78 4.78 4.78 0.50 1.80 i13.1 %
5800 35.3 5.27 4.84 4.84 4.84 0.50 1.80 113.1 %
° Frequency velidily above 300 MHz of g 100 MHz only applies lor DASY v4.4 and higher (see Page 2), else it is restricled to e 50 MHz, The
uncertainty is the RSS or the ConvF unoenainty at calibration frequency and tire unoertainly lor the indicated trequency bane. Frequency validity
below 300 MHz is e 10, 25. 40, 50 and 70 MHz lor ConvF assessments at 30, 64, 123, 150 and 220 MHz respectively. Above 5 GHz liequency
Validity can be extended to 2 110 MHZ.
F At lrequencies below 3 GHz. the velidily of tissue parameters (5 and a) can be relaxed to 2 10% it liquid compensation Vomiula is applied to
measured SAR values. At frequencies above 3 GHz, the validity oftissue parameters (c and a) is restricted to z 5%, The uncertainty is the RSS Of
the ConvF uncertainty lor indicated target [issue parameters.
G Alpha/Depth are determined during calibmtlon. SPEAG warrants that the remaining deviation due to the boundary eftecl alter compensation is
always less than at 1% tor frequencies below 3 GHZ and below i 2% tor frequencies between 3—6 GHZ at any distance larger than halt the probe tip
diameter from tire boundary.
Certificate No: EX3-3650_Ju|16
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EX3DV4— SN:3650
July 25. 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3650
Calibration Parameter Determined in Body Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity DepthG Unc
f (MHz) ° Pennittivity F 151ml F ConvF x ConvF v cbnvF z Alpha ° (mm) (k=2|
750 55.5 0.96 9.61 9.61 9.61 0,47 0.88 1 12.0 %
835 55.2 0.97 9.73 9.73 9.73 0.35 0.92 112.0 %
900 55.0 1.05 9.49 9.49 9.49 0.48 0.80 1 12.0 %
1450 54.0 1.30 8.58 8.58 8,58 0.33 0.80 112.0 %
1640 53.8 1.40 8.59 8.59 8.59 0.47 0.80 1 12.0 %
1750 53.4 1.49 8.15 8.15 8.15 0.40 0.37 112.0 %
1900 53.3 1.52 7.89 7.89 7.89 0.33 1.01 112.0 %
2000 53.3 1.52 8.11 8.11 8.11 0.24 1.07 112.0 %
2300 52.9 1.81 7.73 7.73 7.73 0,46 0.80 112.0 %
2450 52.7 1.95 7.36 7.36 7.36 0.44 0.80 1 12.0 %
2600 52.5 2.16 7,14 7.14 7.14 0.38 0.80 112.0 %
3500 51.3 3.31 6.99 6.99 6.99 0.35 1.29 1131 %
5200 49.0 5.30 4,94 4.94 4.94 0.50 1.90 113.1 %
5250 48.9 5.36 4.90 4.90 4.90 0.50 1.90 113.1 %
5300 48.9 5.42 4,75 4.75 4.75 0.50 1.90 113.1 %
5600 48.5 5.77 4,01 4.01 4.01 0.60 1.90 113.1 %
5800 48.2 6.00 4,36 4.36 4.36 0,60 1.90 113.1 %
9 Frequency validity above 300 MHz of 1 100 MHz only applies lei DASY v4.4 and higher (see Page 2). else il is restricted to 1 50 MHz. The
unoenainly is lhe Rss oi the ConvF unoenainty at calibration llequency and lhe uncertainty tor the indicated lrequency band, Frequency validity
below 300 MHz is 1 10, 25. 40, so and 70 MHz tor Com/F aasessmenls at 30, B4. 128, 150 and 220 MHz respectively. Above 5 GHz llequency
validity can be enended lo 2 110 MHz.
‘ At lrequencies below 3 GHz, the validity of tissue parameters (0 and tr) can be relaxed lo a 10% illiquid compensation formula is applied to
measured SAR values. At lrequencies abeve 3 GHz, the validity oi tissue parameters (r and 0'] is restricted to z 5% The uncertainty is lhe RSS of
the ConvF uncenalnty ler indicated target tissue parameters.
6 Alpha/Depth are determined during calibration. SPEAG warrants that the remaining deviation due to the boundary eflect after compensation is
always less than 2 1% lor frequencies below 3 GHZ and below i 2% for lrequencies between 3—6 GHZ at any distance larger than hall the probe tip
diameter from lhe boundary.
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Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cell: i110 EXX, Waveguide: R22)
O-
issue
‘.°
Frequency response (normalized)
3 3
.0
\l
0.5-. V H .. r .......
0.5
= i i .
1000 1500 2000 2500 3000
f [MHz]
Uncertalnly of Frequency Response of E-field: : 6.3% (k=2)
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