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Test Report Serial Number:
Test Report Date:
Project Number:
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1374
SAR Test Report - Class II Permissive Change
Applicant:
Maximum Reported 1g SAR
HEAD:
BODY:
HEAD:
ISEDC
BODY:
Occupational Limit:
FCC
Harris Corporation
221 Jefferson Ridge Parkway
Lynchburg, VA, 24501
USA
FCC ID:
2.24
4.65
2.34
4.65
8.00
W/kg
IC Registration Number
OWDTR-0143-E
3636B-0143
Product Model Number / HVIN
Product Name / PMN
XS-PFM9M, XS-PFM9Y
XS-PPM9M, XS-PPM9Y
XL-185P
In Accordance With:
FCC 47 CFR §2.1093
Radiofrequency Radiation Exposure Evaluation: Portable Devices
IC RSS-102 Issue 5
Radio Frequency Exposure Compliance of Radiocommunication Apparatus (All Frequency Bands)
Approved By:
Ben Hewson, President
Celltech Labs Inc.
21-364 Lougheed Rd.
Kelowna, BC, V1X 7R8
Canada
Test Lab Certificate: 2470.01
IC Registration 3874A-1
FCC Registration: 714830
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Table of Contents
1.0 DOCUMENT CONTROL ................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.0 CLIENT AND DEVICE INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................ 5
3.0 SCOPE OF EVALUATION ................................................................................................................................................ 6
3.1 REQUIRED NUMBER OF TEST CHANNELS .......................................................................................................................... 6
4.0 NORMATIVE REFERENCES ........................................................................................................................................... 7
5.0 STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE ..................................................................................................................................... 8
6.0 RF CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENT.................................................................................................................. 9
TABLE 6.0 CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENTS................................................................................................................... 9
7.0 ACCESSORIES EVALUATED ........................................................................................................................................ 10
TABLE 7.0 MANUFACTURER’S ACCESSORY LIST ................................................................................................................... 10
8.0 SAR MEASUREMENT SUMMARY ................................................................................................................................ 13
TABLE 8.0: MEASURED RESULTS - BODY ............................................................................................................................ 13
TABLE 8.1: MEASURED RESULTS - FACE............................................................................................................................. 14
9.0 ANALYSIS OF SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION ...................................................................................................... 15
TABLE 9.0 LIST OF POSSIBLE TRANSMITTERS ....................................................................................................................... 15
TABLE 9.1 LIST OF POSSIBLE TRANSMITTERS COMBINATIONS ............................................................................................... 15
TABLE 9.2 ANALYSIS OF SUM-OF-THE-RATIOS ...................................................................................................................... 16
10.0 SCALING OF MAXIMUM MEASURE SAR................................................................................................................... 17
TABLE 10.0 SAR SCALING .................................................................................................................................................. 17
11.0 SAR EXPOSURE LIMITS ............................................................................................................................................. 19
TABLE 11.0 EXPOSURE LIMITS ............................................................................................................................................. 19
12.0 DETAILS OF SAR EVALUATION ................................................................................................................................. 20
TABLE 12.1 DAY LOG .......................................................................................................................................................... 20
12.2 DUT SETUP AND CONFIGURATION ............................................................................................................................... 21
12.3 DUT POSITIONING ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
12.4 GENERAL PROCEDURES AND REPORT .......................................................................................................................... 22
12.5 FLUID DIELECTRIC AND SYSTEMS PERFORMANCE CHECK ............................................................................................. 23
12.6 SCAN RESOLUTION 100MHZ TO 2GHZ ........................................................................................................................ 23
12.7 SCAN RESOLUTION 2GHZ TO 3GHZ............................................................................................................................. 24
12.8 SCAN RESOLUTION 5GHZ TO 6GHZ............................................................................................................................. 24
13.0 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES ............................................................................................................................ 25
TABLE 13.0 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ........................................................................................................................... 25
TABLE 13.1 CALCULATION OF DEGREES OF FREEDOM .......................................................................................................... 26
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14.0 FLUID DIELECTRIC PARAMETERS ........................................................................................................................... 27
TABLE 14.0 FLUID DIELECTRIC PARAMETERS 900MHZ BODY TSL ...................................................................................... 27
TABLE 14.1 FLUID DIELECTRIC PARAMETERS 900MHZ HEAD TSL....................................................................................... 29
15.0 SYSTEM VERIFICATION TEST RESULTS ................................................................................................................. 31
TABLE 15.0 SYSTEM VERIFICATION RESULTS 900MHZ BODY TSL ...................................................................................... 31
TABLE 15.1 SYSTEM VERIFICATION RESULTS 900MHZ HEAD TSL....................................................................................... 32
16.0 MEASUREMENT SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................... 33
TABLE 16.0 MEASUREMENT SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................................................... 33
17.0 TEST EQUIPMENT LIST .............................................................................................................................................. 35
TABLE 17.0 EQUIPMENT LIST AND CALIBRATION ................................................................................................................... 35
18.0 FLUID COMPOSITION ................................................................................................................................................. 36
TABLE 18.1 FLUID COMPOSITION 900MHZ HEAD TSL ........................................................................................................ 36
TABLE 18.2 FLUID COMPOSITION 900MHZ BODY TSL ........................................................................................................ 36
APPENDIX A – SYSTEM VERIFICATION PLOTS............................................................................................................... 37
APPENDIX B – MEASUREMENT PLOTS OF MAXIMUM MEASURED SAR ..................................................................... 41
APPENDIX C - SETUP PHOTOS ......................................................................................................................................... 54
APPENDIX D – DUT PHOTOS ............................................................................................................................................. 56
APPENDIX E – PROBE CALIBRATION ............................................................................................................................... 60
APPENDIX F – DIPOLE CALIBRATION .............................................................................................................................. 61
APPENDIX G - PHANTOM ................................................................................................................................................... 62
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1.0 DOCUMENT CONTROL
Revision History
Samples Tested By:
Trevor Whillock
Report Prepared By:
Art Voss, P.Eng.
Report
Revision
Description of Revision
Date(s) of Evaluation:
22 June - 26 June, 2017
Report Reviewed By:
Ben Hewson
Revised
Revised
Section
By
Revision Date
1.0
Initial Release
18 July 2017
1.1
Revised Reference to Antenna
All
Art Voss
2 August 2017
1.2
Revised HVIN
Cover
2.0
Art Voss
8 August 2017
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2.0 CLIENT AND DEVICE INFORMATION
Client Information
Applicant Name
Harris Corporation
221 Jefferson Ridge Parkway
Applicant Address
Lynchburg, VA, 24501
USA
DUT Information
Device Identifier(s):
FCC ID:
IC:
OWDTR-0143-E
3636B-0143
Licensed Non-Broadcast Transmitter Held to Face (TNF) FCC Part 90
Land Mobile Radio Transmitter/Receiver (27.41-960MHz) RSS-119
Type of Equipment:
Digital Transmission System (DTS) FCC Part 15, RSS 247
Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (NII) FCC Part 15
Spread Spectrum Transmitter (DSS) FCC Part 15
XS-PFM9M
Device Model(s) / HVIN:
XS-PFM9Y
XS-PPM9M
XS-PPM9Y
Device Marketing Name / PMN:
XL-185P
Test Sample Serial No.:
T/A Sample - Identical Prototype
700 Band *: 768-776MHz, 798-806MHz
800 Band: 806-816MHz, 851-861MHz
Transmit Frequency Range:
900 Band: 896-902MHz, 935-944MHz
WLAN: 2412-2462MHz, 5180-5825MHz
BT/BLE: 2402-2480MHz
Number of Channels:
Programmable
7/8/900MHz Band: 34.8dBm
BlueTooth: 12.7dBm
Manuf. Max. Rated Output Power:
BLE: 8.4dBm
WLAN 2.4G: 23.7dBm
WLAN 5G: 11.8dBm
Modulation:
LMR: FM
Duty Cycle:
50% PTT Duty Cycle
DUT Power Source:
Deviation(s) from standard/procedure:
Modification of DUT:
See Manufacturer's Accessory List
None
None
* 768-769MHz, 775-776MHz, 798-799MHz, 805-806MHz : Authorized for Canada Only.
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3.0 SCOPE OF EVALUATION
This is a Class II Permissive Change to add a E75-0286-001 (Larsen SPEN 14918) antenna to the XL-185P.
The XL-185P, FCC ID: OWDTR-0143-E, ISED ID: 3636B-0143 is a single-band, Push-To-Talk (PTT) Licensed
Mobile Radio (LMR) transceiver intended for Occupational Use. It incorporates WiFi and BlueTooth transmitters.
The E75-0286-001 antenna is a 1/2 wave length whip antenna with a frequency range of 890-960MHz.
In this document, the following DUT references are made:
The XL-185P, FCC ID: OWDTR-0143-E, ISED ID: 3636B-0143 is referenced in this report as XL-185P.
The Test Plan developed for this evaluation leverages SAR test data from previous evaluations of the OWDTR-0143E, 3636B-0143 and is based on test channels, configurations and accessories which produced the highest (worst
case) SAR. The WiFi and BlueTooth transmitters use a separate antenna and it has been shown that their SAR
contribution is unaffected by the LMR antenna. The number of required test channels for frequency range of this
antenna are shown below:
3.1 Required Number of Test Channels
Number of Required Test Channels
fLOW
(MHz )
Frequency
fHIGH
(MHz )
fC
(MHz )
890
944
917
Number of Channels
KDB 447498
IEC 62209
Spacing
KDB 447498
IEC 62209
(N C )
(N C )
(MHz )
(MHz )
18.0
27.0
KDB 447498: N C = RoundUp { [ 100 ( FHIGH - FLOW )/Fc ]0.5 X ( FC/100 )0.2 }
IEC 62209-1: N C = 2 X { RoundUp [ 10 ( FHIGH - FLOW) / FC ] } + 1
Notes:
Per FCC KDB 643646 D01v01r03 (A1)(A2)
I) When the Head/Body SAR of an antenna tested in A) is:
a) ≤ 3.5 W/kg, testing of all other required channels is not necessary for that antenna
b) > 3.5 W/kg and ≤ 4.0 W/kg, testing of the required immediately adjacent channel(s) is not
necessary;3 testing of the other required channels may still be required
c) > 4.0 W/kg and ≤ 6.0 W/kg, Head/Body SAR should be measured for that antenna on the
required immediately adjacent channels; testing of the other required channels still needs
consideration
d) > 6.0 W/kg, test all required channels for that antenna
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4.0 NORMATIVE REFERENCES
Normative References*
ANSI / ISO 17025:2005
General Requirements for competence of testing and calibration laboratories
FCC CFR Title 47 Part 2
Code of Federal Regulations
Title 47:
Part 2.1093:
Telecommunication
Radiofrequency Radiation Exposure Evaluation: Portable Devices
Health Canada
Safety Code 6 (2015)
Limits of Human Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Energy in the Frequency Range
from 3kHz to 300GHz
Industry Canada Spectrum Management & Telecommunications Policy
RSS-102 Issue 5:
Radio Frequency Exposure Compliance of Radiocommunication Apparatus (All Frequency Bands)
IEEE International Committee on Electromagnetic Safety
IEEE 1528-2013: IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Average Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement Techniques
IEC International Standard
IEC 62209-2 2010
Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless communication
devices - Part 2
FCC KDB
KDB 865664 D01v01r04
SAR Measurement Requirements for 100MHz to 6GHz
FCC KDB
KDB 447498 D01v06
FCC KDB
KDB 643646 D01v01r03
Mobile and Portable Devices RF Exposure Procedures and Equipment Authorization Policies
SAR Test Reduction Considerations for Occupational PTT Radios
* When the issue number or issue date is omitted, the latest version is assumed.
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5.0 STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
This measurement report demonstrates that samples of the product model(s) were evaluated for Specific Absorption
Rate (SAR) on the date(s) shown, in accordance with the Measurement Procedures cited and were found to comply with
the Standard(s) Applied based on the Exposure Limits of the Use Group indicated for which the product is intended to be
used.
Applicant:
Harris Corporation
Product Name / PMN:
XL-185P
Date(s) Evaluated:
22 June - 26 June 2017
Product Model Number / HVIN:
XS-PFM9M, XS-PFM9Y
XS-PPM9M, XS-PPM9Y
ISEDC ID:
FCC ID:
OWDTR-0143-E
3636B-0143
Standard(s) Applied:
FCC 47 CFR §2.1093
Health Canada’s Safety Code 6
Measurement Procedures:
FCC KDB 865664, FCC KDB 447498, FCC KDB 643646
Industry Canada RSS-102 Issue 5
IEEE Standard 1528-2013, IEC 62209-2
Use Group:
Limits Applied:
General Population / User Unaware
Occupational / User Aware
1.6W/kg - 1g Volume
8.0W/kg - 1g Volume
Class II Permissive Change
Reason for Issue:
New Certification
Reason for Change:
Addition of E75-0286-001, 1/2 Wave, 890-960MHz, Whip Antenna (SPEN14918)
The results of this investigation are based solely on the test sample(s) provided by the applicant which was not adjusted, modified or
altered in any manner whatsoever equired to carry out specific tests or measurements. A description of the device, operating
configuration, detailed summary of the test results, methodologies and procedures used during this evaluation, the equipment used
and the various provisions of the rules are included in this test report.
I attest that the data reported herein is true and accurate w ithin the tolerance of the
Measurement Instrument Uncertainty; that all tests and measurements w ere performed in
accordance w ith accepted practices or procedures; and that all tests and measurements
w ere performed by me or by trained personnel under my direct supervision. The results of
this investigation are based solely on the test sample(s) provided by the client w hich w ere
not adjusted, modified or altered in any manner w hatsoever, except as required to carry
out specific tests or measurements. This test report has been completed in accordance
w ith ISO/IEC 17025.
Art Voss, P.Eng.
Technical Manager
Celltech Labs Inc.
18 July 2017
Date
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6.0 RF CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENT
Table 6.0 Conducted Power Measurements
Conducted Power Measurements
Channel Frequency
(MHz)
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
768.000
776.000
798.000
806.000
816.000
851.000
861.000
896.000
898.500
901.000
935.000
937.500
940.000
Measured
Rated
Power
Power
Delta
Channel
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(Y/N)
34.32
34.31
34.37
35.09
35.11
35.09
35.01
35.05
35.05
35.00
35.12
35.12
35.12
34.80
34.80
34.80
34.80
35.50
35.50
35.50
35.50
35.50
35.50
35.50
35.50
35.50
SAR Test
‐0.48
‐0.49
‐0.43
0.29
‐0.39
‐0.41
‐0.49
‐0.45
‐0.45
‐0.50
‐0.38
‐0.38
‐0.38
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Table 7.0 Manufacturer’s Accessory List
Change History
Change
ID
Change
Date
Description of Change
Type
23 March 2017
Initial
Initial Filing
30 June 2017
C2PC
Add E75-0286-001, 1/2 Wave, 890-960MHz, Whip Antenna (SPEN14918)
Test Report
Manufacturer's
Manufacturer's Accessory List
ID Number
Description
Part Number
Change
(1)
ID
UDC
Group
(2)
Type II
Group
(3)
(4)
(5)
SAR
Evaluated
SAR
Tested
Antenna
T1
14035-4450-01
1/2 Wave Whip Antenna, (762-944 MHz)
T2
14035-4450-02
1/4 Wave Stub Antenna (762-944 MHz)
T3
KRE1011223/02 900 MHz Antenna (896-941 MHz)
E75-0286-001 1/2 Wave Whip Antenna (890-960MHz)
T4
Battery
P1
14034-4010-01
Li-Ion Battery 7.2VDC, 3300mAh
P2
14034-4010-04
Li-Ion Battery 7.2VDC, 3100mAh, 22Wh
P3
14034-4010-05
Li-Ion Battery 7.2VDC, 3100mAh, 22Wh, UL
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ID Number
Manufacturer's
Description
Part Number
Change
(1)
ID
UDC
Group
(2)
Type II
Group
(3)
(4)
SAR
Evaluated
(5)
SAR
Tested
Audio Accessory
A1
12082-0600-01
Standard Speaker Microphone
7A
PB
A2
12082-0600-02
Storm Speaker Microphone
7A
PB
A28
12082-0600-03
Storm Speaker Microphone
7A
PB
A3
12150-1000-01
Premium Speaker MIC, Fire, NC
PB
A4
12082-0650-01
Microphone, Palm, 2-Wire Black
7A
IL
A5
12082-0650-02
Microphone, Palm, 2-Wire Beige
7A
IL
A6
12082-0650-03
Microphone, Mini Lapel, 3-Wire Black
7A
IL
A7
12082-0650-04
Microphone, Mini Lapel, 3-Wire Beige
7A
IL
A8
12082-0650-05
Earphone Kit, Black, XG-100P
**
A9
12082-0650-06
Earphone Kit, Beige, XG-100P
**
A10
12082-0650-07
Headset, In-Ear, Boom MIC, In-Line PTT
7A
IL
A11
12082-0650-08
Headset, LTWT, OTH, Single Ear, IN-Line PTT
7A
IL
A12
12082-0650-09
Headset, LTWT, BTH, Dual Ear, In_Line PTT
7A
IL
A13
12082-0650-10
Headset, LTWT, BTH, Dual Ear, Pig Tail PTT
7A
PT
A14
12082-0650-11
Headset, LTWT, BTH, Dual In-Ear, In_Line PTT
7A
IL
A15
12082-0650-12
Headset, LTWT, BTH, Dual In-Ear, Pig Tail PTT
7A
PT
A16
12082-0650-13
Headset, Heavy Duty, BTH, w/PTT, XG-100P
7A
IL
A17
12082-0650-14
Headset, Heavy Duty, OTH, w/PTT, XG-100P
7A
IL
A18
12082-0650-15
Headset, BTH, Boom MIC, Earpiece, w/PTT
**
A19
12082-0650-16
Headset, Tactical, Boom MIC, Earpiece, w/PTT
7A
PT
A20
12082-0650-17
Skull MIC, w/Body PTT, Earcup, XG-100P
BB
A21
12082-0650-18
Throat MIC, w/Acoustic Tube, Body PTT
BB
A22
12082-0650-19
Throat MIC, w/Acoustic Tube, Body & Ring PTT
RB
A23
12082-0681-01
Speaker MIC, Wireless Bluetooth
BT
PB
A24
12082-0684-01
BlueTooth, Covert, Earpiece, MIC, PTT
BT
n/a
A25
14002-0197-01
Hirose to Unity Adapter
7B
n/a
A26
LS103239V1
Earphone, Lapel MIC, 2.5mm
n/a
n/a
A27
LS103239V2
Earphone, Lapel MIC, 2.5mm, Right Angle
n/a
n/a
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Change
SAR
Evaluated
SAR
Tested
Manufacturer's Accessory List
Test Report
ID Number
Manufacturer's
Description
Part Number
(1)
ID
UDC
Group
(1)
Type II
Group
(2)
(3)
(4)
Body-Worn Accessory
B1
12082-1290-01
Metal Belt Clip
B2
12082-3230-01
D-Swivel (Used w/ 14002-0218-01 and KRY 1011609/1 )
B3
14002-0218-01
Premium Belt Loop
B4
14035-4200-01
Holster, Leather, Radio, Premium
B5
14035-4200-02
Holster, Leather w/Rings for Shoulder Strap, Radio, Premium
B6
14035-4200-03
Holster, Nylon, Black, Radio, Premium
**
B7
14035-4200-04
Holster, Ring, Leather, Radio, Premium
**
B8
14035-4201-01
Kit, 14035-4200-01 Holster Assy w/ 14002-0218-01 Belt Loop
**
B9
14035-4202-02
Kit, 14035-4200-02 Holster Assy w/ 14002-0218-01 Belt Loop
**
B10
14035-4202-01
Holster, Leather, Radio, Standard
**
B11
14035-4202-02
Holster, Leather w/Rings for Shoulder Strap, Radio, Standard
**
B12
14035-4202-03
Holster, Nylon, Black, Radio, Standard
**
B13
14035-4202-04
Holster, Ring, Leather, Radio, Standard
**
B14
CC103333V1
Shoulder Strap
B15
KRY 1011609/1
Leather Belt Loop
(1) From Table 8.0 - Indicates which change the item was introduced or tested. A "**" in this column indicates these accessories were evaluated on similar product and are
deemed compliant.
(2) UDC Group: 9 = 9 Pin, 7A = 7 Pin, 7B = 7 Pin Modified
(3) Type II Group: PB = Palm Button, IL = In-Line Pushbutton, PT = Pigtail Pushbutton, RB = Ring Pushbutton, BB = Body Button, BT = BlueTooth
(4) Accessories are categorized into groups of similar design and construction. Samples of individual groups are SAR Tested and the SAR results apply to ALL members of
the Accessory Group. A "Y" in this column indicates the accessory is deemed acceptable.
(5) Accessories and/or Accessory Group members SAR Tested.
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8.0 SAR MEASUREMENT SUMMARY
Table 8.0: Measured Results - BODY
Measured SAR Results (1g) - BODY Configuration (FCC/ISED)
DUT
Test
Frequency Modulation
(MHz )
Antenna
ID
Accessories
Battery Body
ID
ID
Audio
ID
DUT Spacing Conducted Measured SAR (10g)
DUT Antenna
Power
100% DC 50% DC
(mm ) (mm )
(dBm )
(W/kg )
(W/kg )
SAR
Drift
(dB )
Date
Plot
ID
M/N
Type
22 Jun 2017
B1
XL-185P
Radio 1
896
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
B1
A1
30
8.010
4.005
0.411
23 Jun 2017
B2*
XL-185P
Radio 1
861
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
B1
A1
30
6.460
3.230
0.103
23 Jun 2017
B3*
XL-185P
Radio 1
898.5
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
B1
A1
30
8.110
4.055
0.056
22 Jun 2017
B4
XL-185P
Radio 1
901
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
B1
A1
30
8.390
4.195
0.094
22 Jun 2017
B5
XL-185P
Radio 1
935
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
B1
A1
30
8.020
4.010
-0.040
23 Jun 2017
B6*
XL-185P
Radio 1
937.5
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
B1
A1
30
8.190
4.095
-0.006
22 Jun 2017
B7
XL-185P
Radio 1
940
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
B1
A1
30
7.960
3.980
-0.257
SAR Limit
FCC 47 CFR 2.1093
Health Canada Safety Code 6
Spatial Peak
1 Gram Average
Head/Body
8.0 W/kg
RF Exposure Category
Occupational/User Aware
* As per FCC KDB 643664, When SAR for an antenna is > 4.0, testing of immediately adjacent channels is required.
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Table 8.1: Measured Results - FACE
Measured SAR Results (1g) - FACE Configuration (FCC/ISED)
DUT
Test
Frequency Modulation
(MHz )
Antenna
ID
Accessories
Battery Body
ID
ID
Audio
ID
DUT Spacing Conducted Measured SAR (10g)
DUT Antenna
Power
100% DC 50% DC
(mm ) (mm )
(dBm )
(W/kg )
(W/kg )
SAR
Drift
(dB )
Date
Plot
ID
M/N
Type
26 Jun 2017
F1
XL-185P
Radio 1
896
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
n/a
n/a
25
33
2.550
1.275
-0.124
26 Jun 2017
F2
XL-185P
Radio 1
901
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
n/a
n/a
25
33
2.220
1.110
-0.067
26 Jun 2017
F3
XL-185P
Radio 1
935
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
n/a
n/a
25
33
1.990
0.995
-0.177
26 Jun 2017
F4
XL-185P
Radio 1
940
CW
E75-0286-001
4010-01
n/a
n/a
25
33
4.100
2.050
-0.195
SAR Limit
FCC 47 CFR 2.1093
Health Canada Safety Code 6
Spatial Peak
1 Gram Average
Head/Body
8.0 W/kg
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Occupational/User Aware
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9.0 ANALYSIS OF SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION
The XL-185P incorporates integrated Wi-Fi and BlueTooth transmitters capable of simultaneously transmitting with the
LMR transmitter. The Wi-Fi and BlueTooth transmitters share the same antenna and the transmissions are interleaved
such that only one transmitter is transmitting at a time. As per FCC KDB 447498, simultaneous transmission analysis is
required for devices capable of simultaneous transmission. The Wi-Fi, BT and LTE SAR are subject to General Population
limits of 1.6W/kg. The LMR SAR is subject to Occupational limits of 8.0W/kg. To determine compliance when different
SAR limits are applied to the different transmit modes, the Sum-of-the-Ratios of the SAR to the respective SAR limit is
applied. When the Sum-of-the-Ratios is ≤ 1.0, simultaneous SAR test exclusion may be applied.
SAR for each transmission band, transmission mode and/or equipment class was evaluated with Body-Worn and Audio
Accessories in the BODY configuration and without Body-Worn or Audio Accessories in the HEAD configurations. Only the
Maximum reported SAR for each is used in the Sum-of-the-Ratios calculation and the worst case of all possible
combinations is considered.
Table 9.0 List of Possible Transmitters
List of Possible Transmitters
Type
Frequency Range
Lower
Upper
(MHz)
(MHz)
768.0
861.0
896.0
944.0
2402.0
2480.0
2402.0
2480.0
2412.0
2462.0
5150.0
5850.0
Class
LMR 7/800
LMR 900
BlueTooth
BLE
WiFi 2.4
WiFi 5
TNF
DSS
DTS
DTS
NII
Rated Output
Power
(dBm)
34.8
35.4
12.7
8.4
23.7
11.8
Table 9.1 List of Possible Transmitters Combinations
Transmitter
Number
Configuration
Simultaneous Transmitter Combinations
LMR
7/8/900
BlueTooth
BLE
WiFi 2.4
WiFi 5
Indicates this configuration is not supported
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Table 9.2 Analysis of Sum-of-the-Ratios
Analysis of Sum-of-the-Ratios
Transmitter Type
Configuration
Configuration Number
For All Transmitters and Configurations
HEAD
BODY
LMR Band
BlueTooth
BLE
WiFi 2.4
WiFi 5
stand-alone
Ratio
stand-alone
Ratio
stand-alone
Ratio
stand-alone
Ratio
stand-alone
Ratio
SAR
to
SAR
to
SAR
to
SAR
to
SAR
to
(W/kg)
Limit
(W/kg)
Limit
(W/kg)
Limit
(W/kg)
Limit
(W/kg)
Limit
SAR Limit = 8.0W/kg
(Occupational)
2.187
2.187
2.187
2.187
4.600
4.600
4.600
4.600
0.273
0.273
0.273
0.273
0.575
0.575
0.575
0.575
Sum
Sum
of
of
Ratios
SARs
(W/kg)
SAR Limit = 1.6W/kg (General Population)
0.006
0.004
0.048
0.030
0.040
0.006
0.025
0.031
0.019
0.031
0.019
0.004
0.048
0.030
0.040
0.025
0.277
0.303
0.298
0.293
0.579
0.605
0.600
0.594
2.193
2.235
2.227
2.218
4.606
4.648
4.640
4.631
Indicates this combination is not supported
From the above, the Sum-of-the-Ratios for any given simultaneous transmission combination, when applied to their respective SAR
limit, exceeds 1.0. No further analysis is required.
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10.0 SCALING OF MAXIMUM MEASURE SAR
Table 10.0 SAR Scaling
Scaling of Maximum Measured SAR (1)
Freq
Measured
Measured
Measured
Measured
Fluid Deviation
Conducted Power
Drift
SAR (1g)
Plot ID
Configuration
(MHz)
Permittivity
Conductivity
(dBm)
(dB)
(W/kg)
F4
FACE
940
-3.81%
2.02%
35.1
-0.195
2.050
B4
BODY
901
-2.24%
-3.62%
35.0
0.094
4.195
Step 1
Fluid Sensitivity Adjustment
Scale
Measured
Factor
SAR
Plot ID
(%)
F4
1.000%
B4
1.000%
Step 1 Adjusted
SAR (1g)
(W/kg)
2.050
4.195
(W/kg)
2.050
4.195
Step 2
Manufacturer's Tune-Up Tolerance
Measured
Rated
Conducted Power
Power
Delta
Plot ID
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
F4
35.1
35.4
-0.28
B4
35.0
35.4
-0.4
Step 2 Adjusted
Step 1 Adjusted SAR
(W/kg)
2.050
4.195
SAR (1g)
(W/kg)
2.187
4.600
Step 3
Simultaneous Transmission - Bluetooth and/or WiFi
Rated Output
Plot ID
Separation
Estimated
Power (Pmax)
Freq
Distance
SAR
(mW)
(MHz)
(mm)
(W/kg)
F4
0.05
B4
0.05
Step 3 Adjusted
Step 2 Adjusted SAR
(W/kg)
2.187
4.600
SAR (1g)
(W/kg)
2.237
4.650
Step 4
Drift Adjustment
Measured
Plot ID
(dB)
F4
-0.195
B4
0.094
Step 4 Adjusted
Step 3 Adjusted SAR
Drift
SAR (1g)
(W/kg)
2.237
4.650
(W/kg)
2.339
4.600
Step 5
Reported SAR
FCC
ISED
From Steps 1 through 3
From Steps 1 through 4
Plot ID
1g SAR (W/kg)
1g SAR (W/kg)
F4
2.24
4.65
2.34
4.65
B4
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NOTES to Table 10.0
(1) Scaling of the Maximum Measured SAR is based on the highest, 100% duty cycle, Face, Body and/or Head SAR measured of ALL test channels, configurations and
accessories used during THIS evaluation. The Measured Fluid Deviation parameters apply only to deviation of the tissue equivalent fluids used at the frequencies which produced
the highest measured SAR. The Measured Conducted Power applies to the Conducted Power measured at the frequencies producing the highest Face and Body SAR. The
Measured Drift is the SAR drift associated with that specific SAR measurement. The Reported SAR is the accumulation of all SAR Adjustments from the applicable Steps 1 through 4.
The Plot ID is for indentification of the SAR Measurement Plots in Annex A of this report.
NOTE: Some of the scaling factors in Steps 1 through 4 may not apply and are identified by light gray text.
Step 1
Per IEC-62209-1 and FCC KDB 865664. Scaling required only when Measured Fluid Deviation is greater than 5%. If the Measured Fluid Deviation is greater than 5%,
Table 10.1 will be shown and will indicate the SAR scaling factor in percent (%). SAR is MULTIPLIED by this scaling factor only when the scaling factor is positive (+).
Step 2
Per KDB 447498. Scaling required only when the difference (Delta) between the Measured Conducted Power and the Manufacturer's Rated Conducted Power is (-) Negative.
The absolute value of Delta is ADDED to the SAR.
Step 3
Per KDB 447498 4.3.2. The SAR, either measured or calculated, of ANY and ALL simultaneous transmitters must be added together and includes all contributors.
Step 4
Per IEC 62209-1. Scaling required only when Measured Drift is (-) Negative. The absolute value of Measured Drift is added to Reported or Simultaneous Reported SAR.
Step 5
The Reported SAR is the Maximum Final Adjusted Cumulative SAR from the applicable Steps 1 through 4 and are reported on Page 1 of this report.
I attest that the data reported herein is true and accurate within the tolerance of the Measurement
Instrument Uncertainty; that all tests and measurements were performed in accordance with accepted
practices or procedures; and that all tests and measurements were performed by me or by trained
personnel under my direct supervision. The results of this investigation are based solely on the test
sample(s) provided by the client which were not adjusted, modified or altered in any manner whatsoever,
except as required to carry out specific tests or measurements. This test report has been completed in
accordance with ISO/IEC 17025.
Trevor Whillock
Test Lab Engineer
Celltech Labs Inc.
18 July 2017
Date
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11.0 SAR EXPOSURE LIMITS
Table 11.0 Exposure Limits
SAR RF EXPOSURE LIMITS
FCC 47 CFR§2.1093
Health Canada Safety Code 6
Spatial Average (1)
(averaged over the whole body)
Spatial Peak(2)
(Head and Trunk averaged over any 1 g of tissue)
Spatial Peak(3)
(Hands/Wrists/Feet/Ankles averaged over 10 g)
General Population /
Uncontrolled Exposure
Occupational /
(4)
Controlled Exposure(5)
0.08 W/kg
0.4 W/kg
1.6 W/kg
8.0 W/kg
4.0 W/kg
20.0 W/kg
(1) The Spatial Average value of the SAR averaged over the whole body.
(2) The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 1 gram of tissue, defined as a tissue volume in the
shape of a cube and over the appropriate averaging time.
(3) The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 10 grams of tissue, defined as a tissue volume in the
shape of a cube and over the appropriate averaging time.
(4) Uncontrolled environments are defined as locations where there is potential exposure to individuals who
have no knowledge or control of their potential exposure.
(5) Controlled environments are defined as locations where there is potential exposure to individuals who have
knowledge of their potential exposure and can exercise control over their exposure.
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12.0 DETAILS OF SAR EVALUATION
Table 12.1 Day Log
Day Log
Date
22 Jun 2017
22 Jun 2017
23 Jun 2017
26 Jun 2017
26 Jun 2017
Ambient
Fluid
Temp o C Temp o C
21
25
22
25
25
22.4
23.1
23.1
23.4
24.3
Humidity
TSL
22%
18%
19%
21%
19%
835B
Fluid
Param
SPC
DUT
Test
900B
900B
900H
900H
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12.2 DUT Setup and Configuration
DUT Setup and Configuration
Overview
The number of test channels and test configurations performed on this device were based on the accessory combinations which
produced the highest, or worst case, SAR from previous SAR evaluations of the XL-185P, FCC ID: OWDTR-0143-E and ISED ID:
3636B-0143. Table 6.0 identifies those test channels and each channel was tested in the BODY and FACE configuration.
The XL-185P was evaluated at the maximum conducted output power level, preset by the manufacturer, with a fully charged battery in
unmodulated continuous transmit operation (Continuous Wave mode at 100% duty cycle) with the transmit key continuously
depressed. For a Push-To-Talk (PTT) device with a manually operated transmit pushbutton, a 50% duty cycle compensation for the
reported SAR was used, as per FCC KDB 447498 (6.1). This was applied only to the LMR bands.
The test procedures outlined in FCC KDB 643646 "SAR Test Reduction Considerations for Occupational PTT Radios" as well as FCC
KDB 865664, ISED RSS-102 and IEEE 1528 were used throughout the evaluation of this device in the LMR bands.
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12.3 DUT Positioning
DUT Positioning
Positioning
The DUT Positioner was securely fastened to the Phantom Platform. Registration marks were placed on the DUT and the Positioner to
ensure consistent positioning of the DUT for each test evaluation.
FACE Configuration
The DUT was securely clamped into the device holder with the surface of the DUT normally held to the user's face facing the phantom.
The device holder was adjusted to ensure that the horizontal axis of the DUT was parallel to the bottom of the phantom. A 25mm
spacer block was used to set the separation distance between the DUT and the phantom to 25mm. When applicable and unless by
design, the antenna of the DUT was prevented from sagging away from the phantom. The spacer block was removed before testing.
BODY Configuration
Body-Worn and Audio Accessories were affixed to the DUT in the manner in which they are intended to be used. The DUT, with its
accessories, were securely clamped into the device holder with the surface of the DUT normally in contact with the body in direct
contact with the bottom of the phantom, or 0mm separation from the DUT's accessory to the phantom. Body-Worn Accessory straps,
linkages, etc. were positioned in a fashion resembling that for which they were intended to be used. Audio Accessory cables, etc.,
were positioned in a fashion resembling that for which they were intended to be used.
HEAD Configuration
This device is not intended to be held to the ear and was not tested in the HEAD configuration.
12.4 General Procedures and Report
General Procedures and Reporting
General Procedures
The fluid dielectric parameters of the Active Tissue Simulating Liquid (TSL) were measured as described in this Section, recorded and
entered into the DASY Measurement Server. Active meaning the TSL used during the SAR evaluation of the DUT. The temperature of
the Active TSL was measured and recorded prior to performing a System Performance Check (SPC). An SPC was performed with the
Active TSL prior to the start of the test series. The temperature of the Active TSL was measured throughout the day and the Active
TSL temperature was maintained to ± 0.5oC. The Active TSL temperature was maintained to within ±1.0oC throughout the test series.
TSL analysis and SPC were repeated when the Active TSL use exceeded 84 hours.
An Area Scan exceeding the length and width of the DUT projection was performed and the locations of all maximas within 2dB of the
Peak SAR recorded. A Zoom Scan centered over the Peak SAR location(s) was performed and the 1g and 10g SAR values recorded.
The resolutions of the Area Scan and Zoom Scan are described in the Scan Resolution table(s) in this Section. A Power Reference
Measurement was taken at the phantom reference point immediately prior to the Area Scan. A Power Drift measurement was taken at
the phantom reference point immediately following the Zoom Scan to determine the power drift. A Z-Scan from the Maximum Distance
to Phantom Surface to the fluid surface was performed following the power drift measurement.
Reporting
The 1g SAR, 10g SAR and power drift measurements are recorded in the SAR Measurement Summary tables in the SAR
Measurement Summary Section of this report. The SAR values shown in the 100% DC (Duty Cycle) column are the SAR values
reported by the SAR Measurement Server with the DUT operating at 100% transmit duty cycle. The SAR values in the 50% DC
column have been scaled by 50% for 50% Push-To-Talk duty cycle compensation. These tables also include other information such
as transmit channel and frequency, modulation, accessories tested and DUT-phantom separation distance.
In the Scaling of Maximum Measured SAR Section of this report, the highest measured SAR in the BODY and FACE configurations,
within the entire scope of this assessment, are, when applicable, scaled for Fluid Sensitivity, Manufacturer's Tune-Up Tolerance,
Simultaneous Transmission and Drift. With the exception of Duty Cycle correction/compensation, SAR values are ONLY scaled up,
not down. The final results of this scaling is the reported SAR which appears on the Cover Page of this report.
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12.5 Fluid Dielectric and Systems Performance Check
Fluid Dielectric and Systems Performance Check
Fluid Dielectric Measurement Procedure
The fluid dielectric parameters of the Tissue Simulating Liquid (TSL) are measured using the Open-Ended Coax Method connected to
an Agilent 8753ET Network Analyzer connected to a measurement server running Aprel Dielectric Property Measurement System. A
frequency range of ± 100MHz for frequencies > 300MHz and ± 50MHz for frequencies ≤ 300MHz with frequency step size of 10MHz is
used. The center frequency is centered around the SAR measurement probe's calibration point for that TSL frequency range. A
calibration of the setup is performed using a short-open-deionized water (at 23oC in a 300ml beaker) method. A sample of the TSL is
placed in a 300ml beaker and the open-ended coax is submerged approximately 8mm below the fluid surface in the approximate
center of the beaker. A check of the setup is made to ensure no air is trapped under the open-ended coax. The sample of TSL is
measured and compared to the FCC OET Bulletin 65 Supplement C targets for HEAD or BODY for the entire fluid measurement range.
Fluid adjustment are made if the dielectric parameters are > 5% in range that the DUT is to be tested. If the adjustments fail to bring
the parameters to ≤ 5% but are < 10%, the SAR Fluid Sensitivity as per IEC 62201-1 and FCC KDB 865664 are applied to the highest
measured SAR. A TSL with dielectric parameters > 10% in the DUT test frequency range are not used.
Systems Performance Check
The fluid dielectric parameters of the Active TSL are entered into the DASY Measurement Server at each of the 10MHz step size
intervals. Active meaning the TSL used during the SAR evaluation of the DUT. The DASY Measurement System will automatically
interpolate the dielectric parameters for DUT test frequencies that fall between the 10MHz step intervals.
A Systems Performance Check (SPC) is performed in accordance with IEEE 1528 "System Check" and FCC KDB 865664 "System
Verification". A validation source, dipole or Confined Loop Antenna (CLA), is placed under the geometric center of the phantom and
separated from the phantom in accordance to the validation source's Calibration Certificate data. A CW signal set to the frequency of
the validate source's and SAR measurement probe's calibration frequency with a forward power set to the validation source's
Calibration Certificate data power setting is applied to the validation source. An Area Scan is centered over the projection of the
validation source's feed point and an Area Scan is taken. A Zoom Scan centered over the Peak SAR measurement of the Area Scan
and the 1g and 10g SAR is measured. The measured 1g and 10g SAR is compared to the 1g and 10g SAR measurements from the
validation source's Calibration Certificate. When required, the measured SAR is normalized to 1.0W and compared to the normalized
SAR indicated on the validation source's Calibration Certificate. The SPC is considered valid when the measured and normalized SAR
is ≤ 10% of the measured and normalize SAR of the validation source's Calibration Certificate.
The fluid dielectric parameters of the Active TSL and SPC are repeated when the Active TSL has been in use for greater than 84 hours
or if the Active TSL temperature has exceed ± 1oC of the initial fluid analysis.
12.6 Scan Resolution 100MHz to 2GHz
Scan Resolution 100MHz to 2GHz
Maximum distance from the closest measurement point to phantom surface:
(Geometric Center of Probe Center)
Maximum probe angle normal to phantom surface.
(Flat Section ELI Phantom)
4 ± 1 mm
5o ± 1o
Area Scan Spatial Resolution ∆X, ∆Y
15 mm
Zoom Scan Spatial Resolution ∆X, ∆Y
7.5 mm
Zoom Scan Spatial Resolution ∆Z
(Uniform Grid)
5 mm
Zoom Scan Volume X, Y, Z
30 mm
Phantom
ELI
Fluid Depth
150 ± 5 mm
An Area Scan with an area extending beyond the device was used to locate the candidate maximas
within 2dB of the global maxima.
A Zoom Scan centered over the peak SAR location(s) determined by the Area Scan was used
to determine the 1-gram and 10-gram peak spatial-average SAR
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12.7 Scan Resolution 2GHz to 3GHz
Scan Resolution 2GHz to 3GHz
Maximum distance from the closest measurement point to phantom surface:
(Geometric Center of Probe Center)
Maximum probe angle normal to phantom surface.
(Flat Section ELI Phantom)
4 ± 1 mm
5o ± 1o
Area Scan Spatial Resolution ∆X, ∆Y
12 mm
Zoom Scan Spatial Resolution ∆X, ∆Y
5 mm
Zoom Scan Spatial Resolution ∆Z
(Uniform Grid)
5 mm
Zoom Scan Volume X, Y, Z
30 mm
Phantom
ELI
Fluid Depth
150 ± 5 mm
An Area Scan with an area extending beyond the device was used to locate the candidate maximas
within 2dB of the global maxima.
A Zoom Scan centered over the peak SAR location(s) determined by the Area Scan was used
to determine the 1-gram and 10-gram peak spatial-average SAR
12.8 Scan Resolution 5GHz to 6GHz
Scan Resolution 5GHz to 6GHz
Maximum distance from the closest measurement point to phantom surface:
(Geometric Center of Probe Center)
Maximum probe angle normal to phantom surface.
(Flat Section ELI Phantom)
4 ± 1 mm
5o ± 1o
Area Scan Spatial Resolution ∆X, ∆Y
10 mm
Zoom Scan Spatial Resolution ∆X, ∆Y
4 mm
Zoom Scan Spatial Resolution ∆Z
(Uniform Grid)
2 mm
Zoom Scan Volume X, Y, Z
22 mm
Phantom
ELI
Fluid Depth
100 ± 5 mm
An Area Scan with an area extending beyond the device was used to locate the candidate maximas
within 2dB of the global maxima.
A Zoom Scan centered over the peak SAR location(s) determined by the Area Scan was used
to determine the 1-gram and 10-gram peak spatial-average SAR
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13.0 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES
Table 13.0 Measurement Uncertainty
UNCERTAINTY BUDGET FOR DEVICE EVALUATION (IEEE 1528-2013 Table 9)
Uncertainty Component
IEEE
1528
Section
Uncertainty
Value ±%
Probability
Distribution
Divisor
ci
1g
ci
10g
Uncertainty
Value ±%
(1g)
Uncertainty
Value ±%
(10g)
Vi or
Veff
E.2.1
6.6
Normal
6.60
6.60

Measurement System
Probe Calibration*
Axial Isotropy*
E.2.2
4.7
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.7
0.7
1.9
1.9

Hemispherical Isotropy*
E.2.2
9.6
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.7
0.7
3.9
3.9

Boundary Effect*
E.2.3
8.3
Rectangular
1.732050808
4.8
4.8

Linearity*
E.2.4
4.7
Rectangular
1.732050808
2.7
2.7

System Detection Limits*
E.2.4
1.0
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.6
0.6

Modulation Response
E.2.5
4.0
Rectangular
1.732050808
2.3
2.3

Readout Electronics*
E.2.6
1.0
Normal
1.0
1.0

Response Time*
E.2.7
0.8
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.5
0.5

Integration Time*
E.2.8
1.4
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.8
0.8

RF Ambient Conditions - Noise
E.6.1
0.0
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.0
0.0

RF Ambient Conditions - Reflection
Probe Positioner Mechanical
Tolerance*
Probe Positioning wrt Phantom
Shell*
Extrapolation, interpolation &
integration algorithms for max. SAR
evaluation*
E.6.1
0.0
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.0
0.0

E.6.2
0.4
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.2
0.2

E.6.3
2.9
Rectangular
1.732050808
1.7
1.7

E.5
3.9
Rectangular
1.732050808
2.3
2.3

Test Sample Related
Test Sample Positioning
E.4.2
0.3
Normal
0.3
0.3
Device Holder Uncertainty*
E.4.1
3.6
Normal
3.6
3.6

SAR Drift Measurement**
E.2.9
0.0
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.0
0.0

SAR Scaling***
E.6.5
2.0
Rectangular
1.732050808
1.2
1.2

Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom Uncertainty*
E.3.1
4.0
Rectangular
1.732050808
2.3
2.3

SAR Correction Uncertainty
E.3.2
1.2
Normal
0.84
1.2
1.0

Liquid Conductivity (measurement)
E.3.3
6.8
Normal
0.78
0.71
5.3
4.8
10
Liquid Permittivity (measurement)
E.3.3
5.3
Normal
0.23
0.26
1.2
1.4
10
Liquid Conductivity (Temperature)
E.3.2
0.1
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.78
0.71
0.1
0.0

Liquid Permittivity Temperature)
E.3.2
0.0
Rectangular
1.732050808
0.23
0.26
0.0
0.0

Effective Degrees of Freedom
(1)
Veff = 873.2
Combined Standard Uncertainty
RSS
12.59
12.40
Expanded Uncertainty (95% Confidence Interval)
k=2
25.18
24.80
Measurement Uncertainty Table in accordance with IEEE Standard 1528-2003
(1) The Effective Degrees of Freedom is > 30 therefore a coverage factor of k=2 represents an approximate confidence level of 95%.
* Provided by SPEAG
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Table 13.1 Calculation of Degrees of Freedom
Table 13.1
Calculation of the Degrees and Effective Degrees of Freedom
uc4
veff =
vi = n - 1
∑
ci ui
vi
i=1
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14.0 FLUID DIELECTRIC PARAMETERS
Table 14.0 Fluid Dielectric Parameters 900MHz BODY TSL
************************************************************
Aprel Laboratory
Test Result for UIM Dielectric Parameter
Thu 22/Jun/2017 09:20:08
Freq
Frequency(GHz)
FCC_eH FCC Bulletin 65 Supplement C ( June 2001) Limits for Head Epsilon
FCC_sH FCC Bulletin 65 Supplement C (June 2001) Limits for Head Sigma
FCC_eB FCC Limits for Body Epsilon
FCC_sB FCC Limits for Body Sigma
Test_e Epsilon of UIM
Test_s Sigma of UIM
************************************************************
Freq
FCC_eB FCC_sB Test_e Test_s
0.8000
55.34
0.97
54.76
0.94
0.8100
55.30
0.97
54.58
0.92
0.8200
55.26
0.97
54.61
0.94
0.8300
55.22
0.97
54.20
0.95
0.8400
55.18
0.98
54.43
0.95
0.8500
55.15
0.99
54.06
0.98
0.8600
55.12
1.00
54.07
0.98
0.8700
55.09
1.01
54.02
1.00
0.8800
55.06
1.03
54.01
1.00
0.8900
55.03
1.04
54.04
1.01
0.9000
55.00
1.05
53.78
1.01
0.9100
55.00
1.06
53.65
1.04
0.9200
54.99
1.06
53.68
1.03
0.9300
54.97
1.07
53.37
1.04
0.9400
54.95
1.07
53.72
1.07
0.9500
54.93
1.08
53.14
1.07
0.9600
54.92
1.08
53.34
1.10
0.9700
54.90
1.08
52.93
1.10
0.9800
54.88
1.09
52.99
1.11
0.9900
54.86
1.09
52.82
1.13
1.0000
54.84
1.10
53.01
1.14
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Date: 22 Jun 2017
Freq (MHz)
Fluid Temp:
Test_e
22.4
Frequency:
900MHz
Test_s
Target_e
Target_s
Tissue:
Body
Deviation
Deviation
Permittivity
Conductivity
800.0000
54.7600
0.9400
55.3400
0.97
-1.05%
-3.09%
810.0000
54.5800
0.9200
55.3000
0.97
-1.30%
-5.15%
820.0000
54.6100
0.9400
55.2600
0.97
-1.18%
-3.09%
830.0000
54.2000
0.9500
55.2200
0.97
-1.85%
-2.06%
840.0000
54.4300
0.9500
55.1800
0.98
-1.36%
-3.06%
850.0000
54.0600
0.9800
55.1500
0.99
-1.98%
-1.01%
860.0000
54.0700
0.9800
55.1200
1.00
-1.90%
-2.00%
54.0650
0.9820
55.1170
1.00
-1.91%
-1.90%
870.0000
54.0200
1.0000
55.0900
1.01
-1.94%
-0.99%
880.0000
54.0100
1.0000
55.0600
1.03
-1.91%
-2.91%
890.0000
54.0400
1.0100
55.0300
1.04
-1.80%
-2.88%
53.8840
1.0100
55.0120
1.05
-2.05%
-3.44%
-3.67%
861.0000
896.0000
898.5000
53.8190
1.0100
55.0045
1.05
-2.16%
53.7800
1.0100
55.0000
1.05
-2.22%
-3.81%
53.7670
1.0130
55.0000
1.05
-2.24%
-3.62%
910.0000
53.6500
1.0400
55.0000
1.06
-2.45%
-1.89%
920.0000
53.6800
1.0300
54.9900
1.06
-2.38%
-2.83%
930.0000
53.3700
1.0400
54.9700
1.07
-2.91%
-2.80%
53.5450
1.0550
54.9600
1.07
-2.57%
-1.40%
-0.70%
900.0000
901.0000
935.0000
937.5000
53.6325
1.0625
54.9550
1.07
-2.41%
940.0000
53.7200
1.0700
54.9500
1.07
-2.24%
0.00%
950.0000
53.1400
1.0700
54.9300
1.08
-3.26%
-0.93%
960.0000
53.3400
1.1000
54.9200
1.08
-2.88%
1.85%
970.0000
52.9300
1.1000
54.9000
1.08
-3.59%
1.85%
980.0000
52.9900
1.1100
54.8800
1.09
-3.44%
1.83%
990.0000
52.8200
1.1300
54.8600
1.09
-3.72%
3.67%
1000.0000
53.0100
1.1400
54.8400
1.10
-3.34%
3.64%
*Channel Frequency Tested
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Table 14.1 Fluid Dielectric Parameters 900MHz HEAD TSL
************************************************************
Aprel Laboratory
Test Result for UIM Dielectric Parameter
Mon 26/Jun/2017 08:48:46
Freq
Frequency(GHz)
FCC_eH FCC OET 65 Supplement C (June 2001) Limits for Head Epsilon
FCC_sH FCC OET 65 Supplement C (June 2001) Limits for Head Sigma
Test_e Epsilon of UIM
Test_s Sigma of UIM
************************************************************
Freq
FCC_eH FCC_sH Test_e Test_s
0.8000
41.68
0.90
41.08
0.88
0.8100
41.63
0.90
40.85
0.88
0.8200
41.58
0.90
40.89
0.90
0.8300
41.53
0.90
40.82
0.90
0.8400
41.50
0.91
40.71
0.90
0.8500
41.50
0.92
40.47
0.92
0.8600
41.50
0.93
40.22
0.93
0.8700
41.50
0.94
40.17
0.94
0.8800
41.50
0.95
40.10
0.95
0.8900
41.50
0.96
39.89
0.97
0.9000
41.50
0.97
39.76
0.98
0.9100
41.50
0.98
39.78
0.98
0.9200
41.49
0.98
39.53
1.00
0.9300
41.47
0.99
39.24
1.01
0.9400
41.45
0.99
39.87
1.01
0.9500
41.43
0.99
39.37
1.02
0.9600
41.42
1.00
39.14
1.04
0.9700
41.40
1.00
39.04
1.05
0.9800
41.38
1.01
39.27
1.05
0.9900
41.36
1.01
38.78
1.05
1.0000
41.34
1.01
38.63
1.07
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Date: 26 Jun 2017
Fluid Temp:
23.4
Frequency:
0HeaMHz
Freq (MHz)
Test_e
Test_s
Target_e
Target_s
Tissue:
Head
Deviation
Deviation
Permittivity
Conductivity
800.0000
41.0800
0.8800
41.6800
0.90
-1.44%
-2.22%
810.0000
40.8500
0.8800
41.6300
0.90
-1.87%
-2.22%
820.0000
40.8900
0.9000
41.5800
0.90
-1.66%
0.00%
830.0000
40.8200
0.9000
41.5300
0.90
-1.71%
0.00%
840.0000
40.7100
0.9000
41.5000
0.91
-1.90%
-1.10%
850.0000
40.4700
0.9200
41.5000
0.92
-2.48%
0.00%
860.0000
40.2200
0.9300
41.5000
0.93
-3.08%
0.00%
40.2150
0.9310
41.5000
0.93
-3.10%
0.00%
870.0000
40.1700
0.9400
41.5000
0.94
-3.20%
0.00%
880.0000
40.1000
0.9500
41.5000
0.95
-3.37%
0.00%
890.0000
39.8900
0.9700
41.5000
0.96
-3.88%
1.04%
861.0000
896.0000
39.8120
0.9760
41.5000
0.97
-4.07%
1.04%
898.5000
39.7795
0.9785
41.5000
0.97
-4.15%
1.03%
39.7600
0.9800
41.5000
0.97
-4.19%
1.03%
39.7620
0.9800
41.5000
0.97
-4.19%
0.93%
910.0000
39.7800
0.9800
41.5000
0.98
-4.14%
0.00%
920.0000
39.5300
1.0000
41.4900
0.98
-4.72%
2.04%
930.0000
39.2400
1.0100
41.4700
0.99
-5.38%
2.02%
900.0000
901.0000
935.0000
39.5550
1.0100
41.4600
0.99
-4.59%
2.02%
937.5000
39.7125
1.0100
41.4550
0.99
-4.20%
2.02%
940.0000
39.8700
1.0100
41.4500
0.99
-3.81%
2.02%
950.0000
39.3700
1.0200
41.4300
0.99
-4.97%
3.03%
960.0000
39.1400
1.0400
41.4200
1.00
-5.50%
4.00%
970.0000
39.0400
1.0500
41.4000
1.00
-5.70%
5.00%
980.0000
39.2700
1.0500
41.3800
1.01
-5.10%
3.96%
990.0000
38.7800
1.0500
41.3600
1.01
-6.24%
3.96%
1000.0000
38.6300
1.0700
41.3400
1.01
-6.56%
5.94%
*Channel Frequency Tested
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15.0 SYSTEM VERIFICATION TEST RESULTS
Table 15.0 System Verification Results 900MHz BODY TSL
System Verification Test Results
22June 2017
Fluid Type
Fluid
Temp
(MHz)
P/N
900
D900V2
Ambient
Temp
22.4
S/N
54
Ambient
Humidity
Forward
Power
Source
Spacing
(%)
(mW)
(mm)
21
22%
250
15
Body
Validation Source
Frequency
Date
Fluid Parameters
Permittivity
Conductivity
Measured
Target
Deviation
Measured
Target
Deviation
53.80
55.00
-2.22%
1.01
1.05
-3.81%
Measured SAR
1 gram
Measured
Target
2.67
2.86
10 gram
Deviation
Measured
Target
Deviation
-6.64%
1.70
1.85
-8.11%
Measured SAR Normalized to 1.0W
1 gram
10 gram
Normalized
Target
Deviation
Normalized
Target
Deviation
10.68
11.44
-6.64%
6.80
7.40
-8.11%
Prior to the SAR evaluations, system checks were performed on the
planar section of the phantom and a SPEAG validation dipole in
accordance with the procedures described in IEEE 1528-2013, FCC
KDB 846224 and IEC 62209-1.
The dielectric parameters of the simulated tissue mixture were
measured prior to the system performance check using a Dielectric
Probe Kit and a Network Analyzer.
The forward power was applied to the dipole and the system was
verified to a tolerance of +10% from the system manufacturer’s dipole
calibration target SAR value.
The forward power applied was same forward power applied by the
calibration lab during the calibration of this validation source.
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Table 15.1 System Verification Results 900MHz HEAD TSL
System Verification Test Results
26June 2017
Fluid Type
Fluid
Temp
(MHz)
P/N
900
D900V2
Ambient
Temp
23.4
S/N
54
Ambient
Humidity
Forward
Power
Source
Spacing
(%)
(mW)
(mm)
25
21%
250
15
Head
Validation Source
Frequency
Date
Fluid Parameters
Permittivity
Conductivity
Measured
Target
Deviation
Measured
Target
Deviation
39.80
39.76
-4.19%
0.98
0.97
1.03%
Measured SAR
1 gram
10 gram
Measured
Target
Deviation
Measured
Target
Deviation
2.66
2.81
-5.64%
1.67
1.79
-7.19%
Measured SAR Normalized to 1.0W
1 gram
10 gram
Normalized
Target
Deviation
Normalized
Target
Deviation
10.64
11.24
-5.34%
6.68
7.16
-6.70%
Prior to the SAR evaluations, system checks were performed on the
planar section of the phantom and a SPEAG validation dipole in
accordance with the procedures described in IEEE 1528-2013, FCC
KDB 846224 and IEC 62209-1.
The dielectric parameters of the simulated tissue mixture were
measured prior to the system performance check using a Dielectric
Probe Kit and a Network Analyzer.
The forward power was applied to the dipole and the system was
verified to a tolerance of +10% from the system manufacturer’s dipole
calibration target SAR value.
The forward power applied was same forward power applied by the
calibration lab during the calibration of this validation source.
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16.0 MEASUREMENT SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
Table 16.0 Measurement System Specifications
Measurement System Specification
Specifications
Positioner
Stäubli Unimation Corp. Robot Model: RX60L
Repeatability
0.02 mm
No. of axis
Data Acquisition Electronic (DAE) System
Cell Controller
Processor
AMD Athlon XP 2400+
Clock Speed
2.0 GHz
Operating System
Windows XP Professional
Data Converter
Features
Software
Connecting Lines
Signal Amplifier, multiplexer, A/D converter, and control logic
Measurement Software: DASY
Postprocessing Software: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 186
Optical downlink for data and status info., Optical uplink for commands and clock
DASY Measurement Server
Function
Real-time data evaluation for field measurements and surface detection
Hardware
PC/104 166MHz Pentium CPU; 32 MB chipdisk; 64 MB RAM
Connections
COM1, COM2, DAE, Robot, Ethernet, Service Interface
E-Field Probe
Model
EX3DV4
Serial No.
3600
Construction
Triangular core fiber optic detection system
Frequency
10 MHz to 6 GHz
Linearity
0.2 dB (30 MHz to 3 GHz)
Phantom
Type
ELI Elliptical Planar Phantom
Shell Material
Fiberglass
Thickness
2mm +/- .2mm
Volume
> 30 Liter
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Measurement System Specification
Probe Specification
Symmetrical design with triangular core;
Construction:
Built-in shielding against static charges
PEEK enclosure material (resistant to organic solvents, glycol)
In air from 10 MHz to 2.5 GHz
Calibration:
In head simulating tissue at frequencies of 900 MHz
and 1.8 GHz (accuracy  8%)
Frequency:
10 MHz to > 6 GHz; Linearity:  0.2 dB (30 MHz to 3 GHz)
Directivity:
Dynamic Range:
Surface Detect:
 0.2 dB in head tissue (rotation around probe axis)
 0.4 dB in head tissue (rotation normal to probe axis)
5 W/g to > 100 mW/g; Linearity:  0.2 dB
 0.2 mm repeatability in air and clear liquids over diffuse reflecting surfaces
Overall length: 330 mm; Tip length: 16 mm;
Dimensions:
Body diameter: 12 mm; Tip diameter: 6.8 mm
Application:
General dosimetry up to 3 GHz; Compliance tests of mobile phone
Distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 2.7 mm
EX3DV4 E-Field Probe
Phantom Specification
The SAM V5.0 phantom is an elliptical planar fiberglass shell phantom with a shell thickness of
2.0mm +/- .2mm at the planar area. This phantom conforms to OET Bulletin 65, Supplement C,
IEEE 1528-2013, IEC 62209-1 and IEC 62209-2.
ELI Phantom
Device Positioner Specification
The DASY device positioner has two scales for device rotation (with respect to the body axis)
and the device inclination (with respect to the line between the ear openings). The plane
between the ear openings and the mouth tip has a rotation angle of 65 . The bottom plate
contains three pair of bolts for locking the device holder. The device holder positions are
adjusted to the standard measurement positions in the three sections.
Device Positioner
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Table 17.0 Equipment List and Calibration
Test Equipment List
DESCRIPTION
Schmid & Partner DASY System
ASSET
NO.
SERIAL NO.
DATE
CALIBRATION
CALIBRATED
INTERVAL
-DASY Measurement Server
158
1078
CNR
CNR
-Robot
46
599396-01
CNR
CNR
-DAE4
19
353
24-Apr-17
Annual
-EX3DV4 E-Field Probe
213
3600
27-Apr-17
Annual
-CLA150 Validation Source
251
4007
27-Apr-17
Triennial
-D835V2 Validation Dipole
217
4D075
23-Apr-15
Triennial
-D900V2 Validation Dipole
20
54
17-Apr-17
Triennial
-D450V3 Validation Dipole
221
1068
21-Apr-15
Triennial
-D2450V2 Validation Dipole
25
825
23-Apr-15
Triennial
-D5GHzV2 Validation Dipole
126
1031
20-Apr-15
Triennial
ELI Phantom
247
CNR
CNR
HP 85070C Dielectric Probe Kit
33
none
CNR
CNR
Gigatronics 8652A Power Meter
110
1835801
29-Feb-16
Triennial
Gigatronics 80701A Power Sensor
248
1833687
29-Feb-16
Triennial
HP 8753ET Network Analyzer
134
US39170292
22-Oct-14
Triennial
Rohde & Schwarz SMR20 Signal Generator
100104
29-May-17
Triennial
Amplifier Research 5S1G4 Power Amplifier
106
26235
CNR
CNR
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18.0 FLUID COMPOSITION
Table 18.1 Fluid Composition 900MHz HEAD TSL
900MHz Head
900
Tissue Simulating Liquid (TSL) Composition
Component by Percent Weight
(1)
(2)
Water
Sugar
HEC
Salt
40.71
56.63
1.48
0.99
(1) Non-Iodinized
(2) HydroxyEthyl-Cellulose: Sigma-Aldrich P/N 54290-500g
(3) Dow Chemical Dowicil 75 Antimicrobial Perservative
Bacteriacide
0.19
(3)
Table 18.2 Fluid Composition 900MHz BODY TSL
900MHz Body
900
Tissue Simulating Liquid (TSL) Composition
Component by Percent Weight
(1)
(2)
Sugar
HEC
Salt
45.13
0.98
0.0
Water
53.79
(1) Non-Iodinized
(2) HydroxyEthyl-Cellulose: Sigma-Aldrich P/N 54290-500g
(3) Dow Chemical Dowicil 75 Antimicrobial Perservative
Bacteriacide
0.1
(3)
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APPENDIX A – SYSTEM VERIFICATION PLOTS
Date/Time: 22/06/2017 12:27:25 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT: Dipole 900 MHz; Type: D900V2; Serial: D900V2 - SN:054; Calibrated:04/17/2017
Program Name: SPC 900B
Communication System: CW; Frequency: 900 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used: f = 900 MHz; σ = 1.01 mho/m; εr = 53.8; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.13, 8.13, 8.13); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
Body d=15mm Pin=250mW. TS=[2.574][2.86][3.146]W/kg/Area Scan (5x7x1): Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 2.77 mW/g
Body d=15mm Pin=250mW. TS=[2.574][2.86][3.146]W/kg/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm,
dz=5mm
Reference Value = 53.3 V/m; Power Drift = 0.042 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 4.10 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 2.67 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 1.7 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 2.89 mW/g
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Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT: Dipole 900 MHz; Type: D900V2; Serial: D900V2 - SN:054; Calibrated:04/17/2017
Program Name: SPC 900H
Communication System: CW; Frequency: 900 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used: f = 900 MHz; σ = 0.98 mho/m; εr = 39.8; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.25, 8.25, 8.25); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
Head d=15mm Pin=250mW. TS=[2.529][2.81][3.091]W/kg/Area Scan (5x7x1): Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 3.10 mW/g
Head d=15mm Pin=250mW. TS=[2.529][2.81][3.091]W/kg/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm,
dz=5mm
Reference Value = 56.1 V/m; Power Drift = -0.324 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 4.15 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 2.66 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 1.67 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 2.88 mW/g
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APPENDIX B – MEASUREMENT PLOTS OF MAXIMUM MEASURED SAR
Plot B1
Date/Time: 22/06/2017 2:32:32 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 896 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 896 MHz; σ = 1.01 mho/m; εr = 53.9; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.13, 8.13, 8.13); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
B1 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 896MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01 2/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.34 mW/g
B1 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 896MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01 2/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube
0: Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 7.89 V/m; Power Drift = 0.411 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 11.0 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 8.01 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 5.64 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.47 mW/g
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Plot B2
Date/Time: 23/06/2017 8:33:54 AM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 861 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 861 MHz; σ = 0.982 mho/m; εr = 54.1; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.13, 8.13, 8.13); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
B2 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 861 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 6.92 mW/g
B2 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 861 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 13.8 V/m; Power Drift = 0.103 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 8.82 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 6.46 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 4.56 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 6.83 mW/g
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Plot B3
Date/Time: 23/06/2017 9:43:29 AM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 898.5 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 898.5 MHz; σ = 1.01 mho/m; εr = 53.8; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.13, 8.13, 8.13); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
B3 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 898.5 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.66 mW/g
B3 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 898.5 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube
0: Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 9.17 V/m; Power Drift = 0.056 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 11.1 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 8.11 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 5.74 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.62 mW/g
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Plot B4
Date/Time: 22/06/2017 2:09:39 PMDate/Time: 22/06/2017 2:19:01 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 901 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 901 MHz; σ = 1.01 mho/m; εr = 53.8; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.13, 8.13, 8.13); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
B4Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 901MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.71 mW/g
B4Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 901MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 8.47 V/m; Power Drift = 0.094 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 11.6 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 8.39 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 5.88 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.87 mW/g
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Plot B5
Date/Time: 22/06/2017 2:51:29 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 935 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 935 MHz; σ = 1.06 mho/m; εr = 53.5; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.13, 8.13, 8.13); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
B5 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 935 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.41 mW/g
B5 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 935 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 8.61 V/m; Power Drift = -0.040 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 11.1 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 8.02 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 5.61 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.47 mW/g
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Plot B6
Date/Time: 23/06/2017 9:25:56 AM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 937.5 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 937.5 MHz; σ = 1.06 mho/m; εr = 53.6; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.13, 8.13, 8.13); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
B6 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 937.5 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.78 mW/g
B6 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 937.5 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube
0: Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 9.07 V/m; Power Drift = -0.01 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 11.3 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 8.19 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 5.72 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.70 mW/g
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Plot B7
Date/Time: 22/06/2017 3:30:49 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 940 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used: f = 940 MHz; σ = 1.07 mho/m; εr = 53.7; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.13, 8.13, 8.13); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
B7 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 940 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.30 mW/g
B7 Body, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 940 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 9.14 V/m; Power Drift = -0.257 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 11.0 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 7.96 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 5.54 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 8.39 mW/g
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Plot F1
Date/Time: 26/06/2017 2:34:51 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 896 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 896 MHz; σ = 0.976 mho/m; εr = 39.8; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.25, 8.25, 8.25); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
F1 Face, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 896MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 2.56 mW/g
F1 Face, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 896MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 15.3 V/m; Power Drift = -0.124 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 3.43 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 2.55 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 1.84 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 2.70 mW/g
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Plot F2
Date/Time: 26/06/2017 3:06:54 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 901 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 901 MHz; σ = 0.98 mho/m; εr = 39.8; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.25, 8.25, 8.25); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
F2 Face, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 901MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 2.24 mW/g
F2 Face, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 901MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 12.5 V/m; Power Drift = 0.067 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 2.99 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 2.22 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 1.6 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 2.34 mW/g
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Plot F3
Date/Time: 26/06/2017 3:27:21 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 935 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 935 MHz; σ = 1.01 mho/m; εr = 39.6; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.25, 8.25, 8.25); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
F3 Face, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 935 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 1.99 mW/g
F3 Face, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 935 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 10.1 V/m; Power Drift = -0.177 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 2.70 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 1.99 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 1.42 mW/g
Info: Interpolated medium parameters used for SAR evaluation!
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 2.11 mW/g
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Plot F4
Date/Time: 26/06/2017 3:46:01 PM
Test Laboratory: Celltech Labs
DUT:Harris; Type: PTT Radio Transceiver;
Program Name: 900B
Communication System: Lotus -OWDTR-0143-E; Frequency: 940 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used: f = 940 MHz; σ = 1.01 mho/m; εr = 39.9; ρ = 1000 kg/m
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY Configuration:
- Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3600; ConvF(8.25, 8.25, 8.25); Calibrated: 27/04/2017
- Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection (Locations From Previous Scan Used))Sensor-Surface: 4mm (Mechanical
Surface Detection)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn353; Calibrated: 24/04/2017
- Phantom: ELI v5.0; Type: QDOVA002AA; Serial: TP:xxxx
- Measurement SW: DASY, V4.7 Build 80; Postprocessing SW: SEMCAD, V1.8 Build 145
F4 Face, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 940 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Area Scan (8x24x1):
Measurement grid: dx=15mm, dy=15mm
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 4.11 mW/g
F4 Face, SYS, Eclipse XL-185P 8/900 w/ LTE, 940 MHz, bc, spk-mic, ant E75-0286-001, bat 4010-01/Zoom Scan (5x5x7)/Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=7.5mm, dy=7.5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 11.7 V/m; Power Drift = -0.195 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 5.67 W/kg
SAR(1 g) = 4.1 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 2.89 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 4.36 mW/g
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