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EXSDV47 5N23820
June 27,2016
10591. IEEE 802 11n (HT Mixed, ZOMHZ. X 4.54 66 56 16.46 0.46 130.0 : 9 6 ‘7»
AAA MCSO. 90pc duty c cle)
V 4.69 66.92 16 85 130.0
Z 4 93 66.22 16 27 130 0
105927 IEEE 002 11n (HT Mixed, 20MHZ, X 5.00 66.91 16.59 0 46 130.0 2 9.6 “/0
AAA M031, 90pc duiy cycle)
Y 5.06 67.27 16.96 130.0
Z 510 66.56 16.40 130.0
105937 IEEE 802 11" (HT Mixed. 20MHZ, X 4.92 66.62 16 47 0.46 130.0 1 9 6 ”/0
AAA M052, 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.98 67.20 16.88 130.0
2 5.03 66 49 16.30 130.0
10594- lEEE 802.11n (HT Mlxed, ZUMHZ, X 4.98 65.99 16 63 0.46 130.0 t 9 6 “la
AAA moss. sopc dulwcle)
Y 504 67.36 17 03 1300
Z 5 08 66.64 16 44 130 0
10595- IEEE 802 11n (HT Mixed, 20MHZ. X 4 94 66.93 16 52 0 46 130 0 t 9.6 ”/e
AAA MCS4, 90m: dul cycle)
Y 500 67.32 16 93 1300
Z 505 6660 16 34 , 1300
105967 IEEE 802 11h (HT Mixed, ZOMHZ, X 4 63 66.92 16 51 0.46 130 0 t 9.6 %
AAA MOSS, BOpc duty 0 cle)
Y 4 94 67.33 16 94 130.0
Z 499 66.50 1633 130.0
10597- IEEE 602.11n (HT Mlxed, ZOMHZ, X 4 83 66.83 16 40 0 46 130.0 t 9.6 ‘Vn
AAA mesa, 90p: dul cycle)
V 4.89 67 25 16 83 130.0
Z 4.94 66.50 16.23 130 0
10598~ IEEE 802 11n (HT Mlxed, 20MHZ, X 4.82 67.10 16.68 0 46 130.0 1 9 6 “/n
AAA M037, 9090 dul cycle)
Y 4.56 67.50 17.11 130 0
Z 4.91 66 73 16.48 130.0
105997 IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.50 6712 16.65 0.46 130.0 2 9 6 "/n
AAA MCSO, 90pc duly cycle)
Y 556 67 44 1701 130.0
Z 5.62 66 91 1654 1300
10600‘ [EEE 502 11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ. X 5.65 67 56 16 B4 0 46 130 0 i 9.6 %
AAA M081. 90pcduly c ole)
Y 5.72 67 95 1724 130.0
Z 5.81 67 43 16.50 130.0
106017 IEEE 302 11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.53 67 30 16,73 0,46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA MCSZ, 90m: duty cycle)
Y 5.60 67.65 17.11 130.0
Z 567 6713 16.63 130.0
106027 IEEE 802,11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.62 67 27 16.63 0 46 1300 t 9.6 “/n
AAA M053, 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.68 67.63 17.01 1300
Z 5.76 67.14 16.56 130 0
10603» lEEE 502.11" (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.72 67.65 16.95 0.46 130 0 t 9.6 “/0
AAA MCS4, 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.78 67.99 17.32 130.0
Z 5.55 67.45 16.54 130.0
10604- lEEE 002.11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.51 67.06 16.66 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 "/o
AAA MCSs, 90pc duiy cycle)
Y 556 67 40 17.01 1300
Z 5.62 66.87 16.54 130 0
10605- IEEE 802.11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5 61 67 38 16 80 0 46 130 0 t 9 6 “/0
AAA MCSG. 90pc duty cycle)
Y 560 67 74 1718 1300
Z 5.73 67.16 16.69 130 0
106067 IEEE 802,11n (HT Mixed, 40MHZ, X 5.39 66.83 16.39 0.46 130 0 2 9,6 %
AAA MCS7, 90pc duty 6 ole)
Y 544 67.18 16,77 1300
Z 550 66.63 16 29 130,0
Cerllllcaie No EX3-3820>J0fl1 6
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EXSDV‘F 5N13520
June 27, 2016
10607- IEEE 802.11ac WIFI (20MHZ, MCSO, X 4 67 65 87 16 07 0.46 130.0 x 8 6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
V 4.74 66.26 16.50 130.0
Z 475 65,46 15 85 130.0
10606» IEEE 8021‘lac WlFi (20MHZ. MCS1, X 4 57 66 26 16 24 0.46 130.0 t 9 6 %
AAA 900C my cycle)
Y 494 6671 16.67 130 0
Z 4 96 65.88 1602 130 0
10609~ IEEE 802.11ac WlFi (20MHZ, M682, X 4 76 66.12 16 08 0.46 130 0 t 9 6 “/a
AAA 90m; duly cycle)
Y 4,83 66 58 16 53 130.0
Z 4.84 65 74 15.86 1300
10510- IEEE 802.1166 WIF1(20MHZ,MC53, X 4.81 66 29 16.24 0.46 130 0 t 8.6 %
AAA 9090 duty cycle)
Y 4.88 66 74 16 69 130 0
Z 4.90 65.89 16 02 130.0
10611- IEEE 802,11ac WlFi (20MHZ, M084. X 4 72 66.09 16.09 0 46 130 0 i 9 6 %
AAA SDpc duly cycle)
V 4.80 66.55 16.54 130.0
Z 4.82 65.72 15 66 130.0
10612- IEEE 802,113: WiFl (ZOMHZ, M055. X 4,73 66 22 16.11 046 130.0 t9 6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
V 4 B1 66 72 16.59 130.0
Z 4.53 65 85 15 91 130.0
10613- IEEE 802.11ac WiFl (20MHZ, M056, X 4.74 6613 16.01 0.46 130 0 i 9.6 “/u
AAA BOpc duly_cycle)
Y 462 66.61 16.48 1300
Z 4 84 65.78 15 82 130.0
10614- lEEE 502.1130 WlFI (20MHZ, MCS7, X 4 66 66,34 16,26 0 46 130.0 i 9 6 %
AAA gape duly cycle)
V 4.76 65 81 16 72 130.0
Z 4,77 65,93 16 03 130.0
10615- IEEE 802.11ac WiFi (20MH1, M088. X 4.72 65 89 1584 0.46 1300 i 9 6 "/0
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 4.80 66 37 16.31 130 0
Z 4.82 65.55 15 67 130 0
106167 IEEE 802.113: WiFl (40MHZ, MCSO, X 5.33 66.40 16 28 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 %
AAA 90}: dul cycle)
Y 539 66.76 16 66 1300
Z 542 66.11 1611 130.0
10617- lEEE 80211ac WlFI(40MHZ,MCS1. X 5 39 66 52 16,31 0 46 130.0 t 9 6 “/n
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
V 5.45 66 90 16.70 130.0
Z 5.47 66.20 16.13 130.0
10618- IEEE 8021186 W1Fi (40MHZ, MCSZ, X 5 28 66 57 16,35 0,45 130 0 2 9.6 %
AAA 90cc dut B4215)
Y 535 66 96 16.75 130 0
Z 5 36 66.25 16.17 130.0
106197 IEEE $02,113:; WiFi (40MHZ, M653, X 5.30 66.38 1619 0.46 130.0 29.6 Wu
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.37 66.78 16.59 130 0
Z 539 66.09 16 03 130.0
10620 IEEE 802.1130 WlFi (40MHZ, MCS4, X 5 40 66.44 16 27 0.46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.47 66.82 16 66 130.0
Z 5.52 66 23 16.15 130.0
10621- IEEE 602.1180 WiFi (40MHZ. MCSS, X 5 39 66.57 16.46 0.46 130.0 i 9 6 ”/0
AAA 90pc duty c cle)
Y 5.45 66 91 16.82 130.0
2 5.48 66 27 16.28 130 D
106227 IEEE 802 11st: WiFl (40MHZ. MCSG, X 5 40 66.70 15 52 0 46 130.0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc dul cycle)
V 5.46 67.08 16.90 130.0
Z 548 66.38 16.32 130.0
Cefliflcale No: EX3-38207Jurl16
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EX30V4i SN‘3820
June 27.2016
10623- IEEE 802.1130 WIF1(40MHZ.MCS7, X 5.27 66 23 1615 0.46 130 0 1 9 6 "/1:
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 5.34 66.60 16 54 1300
Z 5.37 65.97 16 01 1300
10624- IEEE 802.1131: W1F1(40MHZ. M668, X 5 47 66.44 16 32 0.46 130.0 1 9,6 °/u
AAA QOpc dul cycle)
Y 5.53 66.79 16 69 130.0
Z 5.57 6618 1617 130.0
10625- IEEE 802.11ac WIFi (40MHZ. MCSS, X 5,86 67.46 16.88 0 46 130 0 1 9.6 “/u
AAA 90pc dul cycce)
Y 5.95 67.90 17 29 130 0
Z 5 98 67,24 16.75 1300
10626» IEEE 802.11ac WIFI (80MHZ. MCSO. X 5.61 66.46 16.23 0 46 130.0 1 9 6 “/n
AAA gape duty cycle)
V 5.67 66.78 16.59 130.0
2 5.68 66.18 16.08 130.0
10627v IEEE 8021135 WIFI (BOMHZ, MCS1. X 5.85 66 99 16 46 0 46 130.0 1 9 6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5.92 67.36 16.83 130.0
Z 5.94 66 74 1631 130.0
10628- IEEE 802.11ac WiFi180MHZ, MCSZ. X 5.65 66.56 16.18 0 46 130 0 1 9 6 %
AAA 90pc dmy cycle)
Y 5.72 66.93 16.55 130.0
Z 5.75 66 35 16.06 130 0
10629- IEEE 8021135 WiFi (80MHZ, MCS3. X 5.74 66 66 16.22 0.46 130.0 2 9 6 %
AAA 90pc duty cyc1e)
Y 5.61 67 02 16.59 130.0
2 5.84 66 42 16.08 130.0
10630- IEEE 80211ac W1FI (80MHZ, MCS4, X 6.19 6815 16.96 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duty 6 (:19)
Y 6.32 68 72 17 44 130.0
2 640 68 23 16 98 130.0
106317 IEEE 80211ac WiFi (BOMHZ, M085, X 6.10 68 02 1710 0.46 130 0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duz c we)
Y 6.19 68 43 17.48 130.0
2 6.25 67 89 17.01 130.0
10632- IEEE 802 11ac WiFi (8OMHZ, M056 X 5.52 67 09 16.65 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 %
AAA 90pc dut cycle)
Y 589 67 42 16.99 130.0
Z 5.91 66 80 16.48 130.0
10633- IEEE 502.11ac WiFi (BOMHZ. MCS7, X 5 72 66 75 16 30 0 46 130 0 1 9 6 %
AAA 90pc duty cycle)
Y 5 79 67 09 16.66 130.0
Z 5.84 66.59 16.21 130 0
106347 1EEE 802.11ac WIF1(80MHZ.MCSB. X 5.71 66.79 16.39 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 “/a
AAA SDpc duly cycle)
Y 577 6712 16.74 1300
Z 5.81 66 56 16.25 1300
10635~ 1EEE 502.1136 WIFI (BUMHZ. M039, X 5.58 66 08 15.75 0.46 130 0 t 9.6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 565 66 45 16.14 1300
Z 5.71 65 95 15.68 130 0
10636— 1EEE 1602 11ac W1F1(160MHZ,MCSO, X 6 02 66 84 16.33 0 46 130 0 1 9 6 %
AAA 90w: duty cycle)
V 608 6715 113,67 1300
Z 6.10 66.61 16.21 130 0
10637- 1EEE1602.11acWiF1(160MHZ,MCS1, X 6.17 67.20 16.49 0.46 130 0 19.6 %
AAA SOpC dut cycle)
Y 625 67 55 16.84 1300
Z 6 27 67.00 16.38 130 0
106387 IEEE1602.11acWIF1(160MH2,MCSZ, X 6.17 67.16 16.45 0.46 130 0 19.6 ”A:
AAA BOpc duty 0 ole)
Y 6.25 67 52 16.30 130 0
Z 6.27 66 97 16.34 130 0
Certificate No: EX3-38207Jun16
Page 37 of 38
EX3DV4~ SN'3820 June 27. 2016
10639- |EEE160211ac WIFI (160MHz, MCSS, X 616 67.16 16 49 0 46 130 0 t 9 6 "/0
AAA 909C dut cycle)
Y 6.23 67.49 16.84 130.0
2 6.27 $6.98 16.39 130.0
10640- IEEE1602.11aCWiF1(160MH1.M054, X 617 6717 1644 0.46 130 0 £96 "/n
AAA 90pc dutlcycle)
V 6.25 67 53 16.80 130.0
Z 6.29 67 06 16.37 130 D
10641- VEEE 1602.11ac WiFl (160MHz, MCSS. X 6.20 67.02 16.38 0.46 130.0 3 9 6 %
AAA 90pc aw gale)
Y 6 26 67 35 16.72 130 0
Z 6.29 66 81 16 27 130.0
106427 1EEE1602.11ac WiFi (160MHz. MCSS, X 6.26 67.35 16.72 0.46 130.0 1 9 6 %
AAA 90pc duly cycle)
Y 6.32 67.65 17 04 130.0
Z 6 36 67.13 16.59 130 0
10643- IEEE 16021131; WIFI (160MHz. MCS7. X 6 DB 66 98 16.43 0.46 130.0 2 9.6 °/u
AAA 90pc my cycle)
Y 6 15 67.33 16.78 130.0
Z 6.18 66.81 1633 1300
10644- IEEE 1602.1180 WIF1(160MHZ,MCSB. X 6 27 67.55 16 73 0 46 1300 t 9 6 %
AAA SDpc dut cyde)
V 6.35 67 94 17 11 130.0
Z 6.41 67.48 16.69 130.0
10645- IEEE 160211ac WiFl (160MHz, MOSS. X 6.70 68.38 17.09 0.46 130.0 1 9.6 "/a
AAA 90pc dutygxcle)
V 6.82 65.87 17.52 130.0
Z 6.77 68 08 16.94 130 0
F Uncenalnly .s detennined usmg (he max dewahon 1mm linear response applymg veclangulat wsmbuuon and {5 expressed m the square 01 Ihe
field value
Cemficale ND: EXSVSSZO‘JUMS Page 38 of 38
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeushaussirasse 43, 3004 Zurich. Switzerland
Accredited by lhe Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS)
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Calibration procedurels)
Calibration date
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ALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
This calibration certificate documents the traceability to nalional standards, which realize the physical units oi measurements (St)
The measuremem and the uncertainties with confidence probability are gwen on the tollowing pages and are pan ut the certificate
All calibrations have been conducted in the closed laboratory facilily‘ environment temperature (22 at 31°C and humidity < 70%
Calibraflon Equipment used (M&TE critical for calibration)
Mum No: EX3-3971_Mar17
EX3DV4 - SN23971
QA CAL-01.v9, 0A CAL-12319, 0A CAL-14.v4, QA CAL-23.v5,
QA CAL-25.v6
Calibration procedure for dosimetric E-field probes
March 24, 2017
Primary Standards ID Cal Dale (Certilicale No) Scheduled Calibration
Power meter NRP SN: 104778 06ADr»15 (No 217-02288/02289} Apr-17
Power sensor NRP-ZQI SN: 103244 Bohr-16 (No 217—02258) Apr-17
Power sensor NRP-291 SN; 103245 05-Apr-16 (No 217-02289) Apr-17
Reference 20 dB Attenuator SN: $5277 (20x) 05-Apr-15 (No 217-02293) Apr-17
Reference Probe ESSDVZ SN: 3013 31-Dec-16 (No ES3-3013_De615) Dec-17
DAE4 SN: 660 7-Dec-16 (No. DAE4-6607Dec16) Dec-17
Secondary Standards ID Check Date [in house) Scheduled Check
Power meter E44193 SN: (3541293874 06-Apr-16 (in house check Jun-16) In house check: Jun-18
Power sensor E4412A SN: MY41498037 06-Apr-16 (in house check Jun-16] In house check: Jun-18
Power sensor E4412A SN: 000110210 06-Apr-16 (In house check Jun—16) In house check: Jun-18
RF generator HP 86480 SN: U83642U017OD 04»Aug-99 (in house check Junrl 6) In house check: Jun-18
Network Analyzer HP 3753E SN‘ U837390535 18»Oct-Dl (in house check Oct-16] In house check; Oclr17
Name Function Signature
Calibrated by. Jslon Keareii Laboratory Technician W
Approved by: WPokovic Technical Mlnager %&
This calibration certificate shall not be reproduced except in full without written approval of the laboratory
Issued, March 24. 2017
Certificate No: EX3-397 1 ‘ Mar17
Page 1 of 11
Calibration Laboratory of
' s Schwelzerischor Kalibriordlenst
Schmld & Partner C Servlce suisse d'étalonnage
Engineering AG 5 Servizio svluero dl taratura
Zoughausstrzsse e3, 3004 Zurich. Switzerland Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accredltatlon Nos: 505 0108
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Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration certificates
Glossary:
TSL tissue Simulating liquid
NORMx,y.z sensitivity in tree space
ConvF sensitivity in TSL I NORMx,y.z
DCP diode compression point
CF crest factor (1lduty7cycle) oi the RF signal
A. B, C. D modulation dependent linearizatron parameters
Polarization q) q) rotah'on around probe axis
Polarization i) 3 rotation around an axis that is in the plane normal to probe axis (at measurement center),
i.e., i) = 0 is normal to probe axis
Connector Angle information used in DASY system to align probe sensor X to the robot coordinate system
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
a)
b)
C)
d)
Metho
IEEE Std 1528-2013, ‘lEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Averaged Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques", June 2013
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
EC 62209-2, "Procedure to determine the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) {or wireless communication devices
used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz)", March 2010
KDB 865664, “SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHz"
ds Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
NORMx,y,z: Assessed for E-field polarization 3 = 0 (f s 900 MHz in TEM-cell; t > 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 CanvF).
NORmey. = NORMx,y,z ‘ frequencyjesponse (see Frequency Response Chart) This linearization is
implemented in DASY4 software versions later than 42. The uncertainty of the frequency response is included
in the stated uncertainty of ConvF.
DCPx.y,z: DCP are numerical Iinearization 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 irequency 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 analyu'cal field distributions based on power
measurements for t > 800 MHz. The same setups are used tor 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 ' CanvF whereby the uncertainty corresponds to that given for Com/F. A frequency dependent
ConvF is used in DASY version 4.4 and higher which allows extending the validity from 2 50 MHz to t 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.
Connector Angle: The angle is assessed using the information gained by determining the NORMX (no
uncertainty required)
Certificat
e No: EX3—3971__Mar17 Page 2 of 11
EXSDVA — 3N23971 March 24, 2017
Probe EX3DV4
SN:3971
Manufactured: December 30, 2013
Calibrated: March 24, 2017
Calibrated for DASY/EASY Systems
(Note: non-compalible with DASYZ systeml)
Cerliflcate No: EX3-3971_Mar17 Page 3 of 11
EX3DV4— SN:3971 March 24‘ 2017
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3971
Basic Calibration Parameters
Sensor X Sensor Y Sensor 2 Unc (k=2)
Norm (pV/(V/mf) 0.40 0.50 0.48 1 10.1 %
DCP (mV)” 101.4 99.2 1002
Modulation Calibration Parameters
UID Communication System Name A B c D VR um:t
dB dB\/||V at! mV (k=2i
0 CW x 0,0 0,0 1.0 0.00 156.0 13.0 %
Y 0.0 0.0 1.0 141-4
2 0.0 0.0 1.0 141.6
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%.
“ The unceflalnlles 0t Norm x.v,z do no! afleci the E’Jield uncertainty inside TSL (see Pages 5 and 6).
3 Numerical llneanzaimn paremeler uncertainty not required.
5 Uncertainty IS delermlnad usmg lne max. deviation lrom linear response applying rectangular distribuu‘on and is expressed tor the square of the
field value.
Certificate No: EX3-39717Mar17 Page 4 of 11
EX3DV4— SN:3971 March 24. 2017
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3971
Calibration Parameter Determined in Head Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductlvlty DeptlTE Unc
HMHz)‘ Permlttivity" (Sim) ‘ convF x ConvF Y ConvF z lltlpltaG (mug (k=2)
6 55.5 0.75 21.45 21.45 21.45 0.00 1.00 113.3 %
13 55.5 0.75 18.18 18.18 18.18 0.00 1.00 213.3 %
750 41.9 0.89 10.91 10.91 10.91 0.46 0.95 s 12.0 %
835 41.5 0.90 10.57 10.67 10.67 0.40 0.95 212.0 %
900 41.5 0.97 10.51 10.51 10.51 0.46 0.85 $12.0 %
1450 40.5 1.20 8.99 8.99 8.99 0.30 0.90 s 12.0 %
1640 40.2 1.31 8.94 8.94 8.94 0.36 0.80 1 12,0 %
1750 40.1 1.37 8.92 8.92 8.92 0.34 0.81 2 12.0 %
1900 40.0 1.40 8,59 ‘ 8.59 8.59 0.33 0.84 2 12.0 %
2000 40.0 1.40 8,54 8,54 8,54 0,33 0.84 2 12.0 %
2300 39.5 1.67 8.12 8.12 8.12 0.29 0.84 212.0 %
2450 39.2 1.80 7.77 7.77 7.77 0.35 0.80 x 12.0 %
2600 39.0 1.96 7.59 7.59 7.59 0.39 0.80 a 12.0 %
5250 35.9 4.71 5.34 5.34 5.34 0,35 1.80 113.1 %
5500 35.6 4.96 5.14 5.14 5.14 0.40 1.80 213.1 %
5600 35.5 5.07 4.96 4.96 4.96 0.40 1.80 a 13.1 %
5800 35.3 5.27 4.98 4,98 4.98 0.40 1.80 113.1 %
° Frequency validity above 300 MHz at x 100 MHz only applies ler DASY t4 4 and hlghel (see Page 2). else it is reslneted to 2 so MHz The
uncenalnly is the RSS ol lne ConvF uncenalnly at calibration ireeueney and the uncertainty lor lhe indicated irequency band Frequency validity
belew 300 MHz is 1 10. 25, 40, so end 70 MHz lor CunvF assessments at :0. 64. 128. I50 and 220 MHz respectively, Above 5 GHz lrequency
validity can be extended to a 110 MHz.
‘ Al lreeuenoies below 3 GHz. the validity olttssue parameters (a and a) can be relaxed to a 10% if liquid compensation fonnula is applied to
measured SAR values At lreouencles above 3 GHz. the validity of tissue paramelers (e and o) is restncled to a 5%. The uncenainly is me RSS or
lhe ConvF uncertainty ler indlcaled target tissue parameters
G Alpha/Depth are delarrnlnsd dunng callbrallon SPEAG warrants that the remaining deviation due te Ihe boundary eifect alter compensation is
always less then 1 1% lor frequencies below 3 GHz and below 2 2% for frequencies between 3-6 GHz at any distance larger ttian hell the probe tip
diameler train the boundary.
Certificate No: EX3-39717Mar17 Page 5 0f 11
EXSDV4— SN:3971 March 24, 2017
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3971
Calibration Parameter Determined in Body Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity laopth‘r Um:
1(Mllz)° Pormmlvfl ‘ (Sim) F ConvF x ConvF v ConvF z Alpha ‘3 (mm) lk=2)
750 55.5 0.90 10.61 10.61 10.61 0.49 0.80 1: 12.0 %
835 55.2 0.97 10.52 10.52 10.52 0.44 0.80 a 12.0 %
900 55.0 1.05 10.48 10.48 10.48 0.47 0.82 112.0 %
1450 54.0 1.30 8.80 8.80 8.80 0.33 0.80 s 12.0 %
1640 53.7 1.42 8.73 k 8.73 8.73 0.40 0.80 212.0 %
1750 53.4 1.49 8.51 8.51 3.51 0.34 0.89 212.0 %
1900 53.3 1.52 8.20 8.26 8.26 0.27 0.95 a 12.0 %
2000 53.3 1.52 8.43 8.43 8.43 0.33 0.88 1 12.0 %
2300 52.9 1.81 7.35 7.85 7.85 0.36 0.80 a 12.0 %
2450 52.7 1.95 7.67 7.67 7.67 0.30 0.85 2 12.0 %
2600 52.5 2.16 7.32 L 7.32 7.32 0.21 0.99 t12.0 %
5250 48.9 5.38 4.70 4.70 4.70 0.45 1.90 213.1 %
5500 48.6 5.65 4.32 4.32 4.32 0.50 1.90 a 13.1 %
5600 48.5 5.77 4.10 4.10 4.10 0.50 1.90 $13.1 %
5800 49.2 6.00 4.22 4.22 4.22 0.50 1.90 113.1 %
° Frequency vatidily above 300 MHz ol 2 100 MHz only abolies ler DASY v4 4 and hlgher (see Page 2). else it is restricted to s 50 MHz. The
uncertainty is the RSS oi the CnnvF uncertainty al calibralinn hequeney and the uncenalniy lor the indicated lreqiieney band Frequency valldily
below 300 MHz is 2 10. 25, 40. 50 and 70 MHz tor Com/F assessments at 30. 54. 128. 150 and 220 MHz respectively Above 5 GHz lreoiiency
validity can be extended le 1 110 MHz
‘ Al lieouenoies below 3 GHz, the valldity ellissiie parameters (a and rt) can be relaxed to z 10% it liqutd combensalien tonnuls is applied to
measured SAR values AI lreqiiei-ioies above 3 GHz. the validity o1 tissue parameters (s and a) Is Ieslrlcled to x 5% The uncertainty ls the RSS oi
the convF uncertainty tor lndlcaied lalgei tissue parameters
‘- Aloha/Depth are determtned during cellbralion SPEAG wananls that the remaining deviation due lo the boundary etteol alter compensation is
always less than 2 1%1orlreqiiencies below 3 GHz and below 2 2%1orlreeiiencies between 3-6 GHZ at any distance larger than hall the probe tip
diameter «tom the boundary.
Certificate No: EX3-39717Mar17 Page 6 of 11
EX3DV4— SN:3971 March 24. 2017
Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cellzifi110 EXX, Wavegulde: R22)
Frequency response (normalized)
Uncertainty of Frequency Response of E-field: 3: 6.3% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3-3971»Mar17 Page 7 a! 11
EXSDV4— SN:3971
Receiving Pattern (4;), 3 = 0°
f=600 MHz,TEM
117,’ r,
m .
‘ ‘ - f
K . n - ’
a; , ." ms
2m
0 I E
m x v
No
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f=1800 MHZ. R22
. , . .
m: .l
‘.
‘- . x . ‘
. ‘ . ‘
225. ' . ‘ . ' 3'45
V m’ _
a I T 0
Tot x v z
Rul [‘1
60%:
18M“:
Uncertainty of Axial lsotropy Assessmont: : 0.5% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3-3971, Mar17
Page 3 of 11
EX30V4— 5N23971
Dynamic Range f(SARhead)
(TEM cell , fwal= 1900 MHz)
105
E 10‘—
E‘
(D
5 101;
102
103 104 10" 10°
SAR[mW/cm3]
not compensated compensated
_ , - l ‘
104 10-: 104 10° 10' 102 1o:
SAR [mW/cm3]
II Ii
not compensated compensaled
Uncertainty of Linearity Assessment: 1 0.6% (k=2)
March 24. 2017
Ceflificale No: EX3-3971_Mar17 Page 9 of 11
EXSDV4~ SN:3971 March 24, 2017
Conversion Factor Assessment
f= 835 MHz,WGLS R9 (H_convF) v: 1900 MHz,WGLS R22 1H_convF)
. 7
15 W ‘
5. ,
an x, 25. a
5‘. '
a p, E, 2.7
is m E
5% E
's
.n
u . , m J ,3 h m m k m
z w m; z W
L LI ,1}
m 1 W.“ M
Deviation from Isotropy in Liquid
Error (at, 3), f = 900 MHz
-1.0 ~03 43.6 -0A -0.2 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0 8 1.0
Uncertalniy o! Spherical Isotropy Assessment: 2 2.6% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3-3971_Mar17 Page 10 of 11
EX3DV4— SN:3971 March 24, 2017
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3971
Other Probe Parameters
Sensor Arrangement Triangular
Connector Angle (°) 734
Mechanical Surface Detection Mode enabled
Optical Surface Detection Mode disabled
Probe Overall Length 337 mm
Probe Body Diameter 10 mm
Tip Length 9 mm
Tip Diameter 2.5 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor X Calibration Point 1 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Y Calibration Point 1 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Z Calibration Point 1 mm
Recommended Measurement Distance trom Surtace 1.4 mm
Certificate No: EX3-3971AMar17 Page 11 of 11
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