7265NG Wireless Network Adapter Test Report 41273RRF002_draftv3 Intel Mobile Communications

Intel Mobile Communications Wireless Network Adapter

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FCC LISTED, REGISTRATION
NUMBER: 720267
IC LISTED REGISTRATION NUMBER
IC 4621A-1
AT4 wireless, S.A.
Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía,
c/ Severo Ochoa nº 2
29590 Campanillas/ Málaga/ España
Tel. 952 61 91 00 - Fax 952 61 91 13
MÁLAGA, C.I.F. A29 507 456
Registro Mercantil de Málaga,Tomo 1169,
Libro 82, Folio 133, Hoja MA3729
TEST REPORT
REFERENCE STANDARD:
USA FCC Part 15.247, 15.209
CANADA RSS-210, RSS-Gen
Radio Frequency Devices. Operation within the bands 902 - 928 MHz, 2400 -2483.5 MHz, and 5725 -
5850
MHz.
Licence-Exempt Radio Apparatus (All Frequency Bands): Category I Equipment.
General Requirements and Information for the Certification of Radio Apparatus.
NIE ........................................................ : 41273RRF.002
Approved by
(name / position & signature) ............... : A. Llamas / RF Lab. Manager
................................
Elaboration date .................................... : 2014-03-12
Identification of item tested ................ : 7265NGW
Trademark ............................................ : INTEL
Model and/or type reference ................. : 7265NGW ( includes family sub-models 7265NGW AN, 7265NGW NB and
7265NGW BN)
Serial number ........................................ : TA#: G97996-007
WF MAC:001500E67260
BD MAC: 001500E67264
Other identification of the product ........ : Commercial name: 7265NGW
HW Version: QS
SW Version:
Test SW: DRTU_1_7_3_859
Op SW: V17.0.0
For OEM factory installation:
FCC ID: PD97265NG
IC: 1000M-7265NG
For user installation:
FCC ID: PD97265NGU
IC: 1000M-7265NG
Features ................................................. : 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wireless LAN+ BT 4.0
Description ............................................ : 2x2 PCIe M.2 adapter card
Applicant ............................................. : INTEL MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
Address .................................................. : 100 Center Point Circle, Suite 200, Columbia, South Carolina 29210 USA
CIF/NIF/Passport ................................... : No provided data
Contact person: Steven Hackett
Telephone / Fax ..................................... : Tel: 803-216-2344/ FAX: 803-216-2176
Firmado digitalmente por
Alejandro Llamas
Rodríguez
Fecha: 2014.03.12 12:57:28
+01'00'
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e-mail: ................................................... : [email protected]tel.com
Test samples supplier ......................... : Same as applicant
Manufacturer ...................................... : Same as applicant
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Test method requested ........................:
See Standard
Standard ................................................:
USA FCC Part 15.247 10-1-12 Edition: Operation within the bands 902 -
928 MHz, 2400 -2483.5 MHz, and 5725 - 5850 MHz.
USA FCC Part 15.209 10-1-12 Edition: Radiated emission limits; general
requirements.
Guidance for Performing Compliance Measurements on Digital
Transmission Systems (DTS) Operating Under §15.247 558074 D01 DTS
Meas Guidance v03r01 dated 09/04/2013.
Guidance for Emission Testing of Transmitters with Multiple Outputs in the
Same Band 662911 D01 Multiple Transmitter Output v02r01 dated
10/31/2013.
ANSI C63.10-2009: American National Standard for Testing Unlicensed
Wireless Devices.
Test procedure .......................................:
PERF034
Non-standardized test method ...............:
N/A
Used instrumentation .............................:
Conducted Measurements
Last Cal. date Cal. due date
1. Spectrum Analyzer Agilent E4440A 2012/04 2014/04
2. Spectrum analyser Rohde & Schwarz
FSW50 2013/10 2015/10
3. Universal Power Meter R&S NRP-Z11 2012/12 2014/12
4. Signal Analyzer R&S FSQ8 2012/04 2014/04
Radiated Measurements
Last Cal. date Cal. due date
1. Semianechoic Absorber Lined Chamber
IR 11. BS N.A. N.A.
2. Control Chamber IR 12.BC N.A. N.A.
3. Hybrid Bilog antenna Sunol Sciences
Corporation JB6 2011/05 2014/05
4. Antenna mast EM 1072 NMT N.A. N.A.
5. Rotating table EM 1084-4. ON N.A. N.A.
6. Double-ridge Guide Horn antenna 1-18
GHz HP 11966E 2011/05 2014/05
7. Double-ridge Guide Horn antenna 18-
40 GHz Agilent 119665J 2011/09 2014/09
8. EMI Test Receiver R&S ESPI3 2013/12 2015/12
9. RF pre-amplifier Miteq JS4-12002600-
30-5A. 2012/07 2014/07
10. Multi Device Controller EMCO 2090 N.A. N.A.
11. Spectrum analyser Rohde & Schwarz
FSW50 2013/10 2015/10
12. RF pre-amplifier Miteq AFS5-
04001300-15-10P-6. 2012/07 2014/07
13. RF pre-amplifier Schaffner CPA 9231. 2013/06 2015/06
14. RF pre-amplifier Schwarzbeck BBV
9718 2014/02 2015/02
Report template No. .............................:
FDT08_14
IMPORTANT: No parts of this report may be reproduced or quoted out of context, in any form or by any means, except in full, without the previous
written permission of AT4 wireless, S.A.
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INDEX
Competences and guarantees ................................................................................................................ 5
General conditions ................................................................................................................................ 5
Uncertainty ............................................................................................................................................ 5
Usage of samples................................................................................................................................... 6
Usage of samples................................................................................................................................... 7
Testing period ....................................................................................................................................... 7
Environmental conditions ..................................................................................................................... 8
Summary ............................................................................................................................................... 9
Remarks and comments ........................................................................................................................ 9
Testing verdicts ..................................................................................................................................... 9
APPENDIX A: Test results “WiFi 2.4 GHz (802.11b/g/n20/n40)” ................................................... 11
APPENDIX B: Test results “WiFi 5.725-5.825 GHz (802.11a/n20/n40/ac80)” .............................. 188
APPENDIX C: Test results “Bluetooth Low Energy” ...................................................................... 288
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Competences and guarantees
AT4 wireless
is a laboratory with a measurement facility in compliance with the requirements of Section 2.948
of the FCC rules and has been added to the list of facilities whose measurements data will be accepted in
conjuction with applications for Certification under Parts 15 or 18 of the Commission's Rules. Registration
Number: 720267.
AT4 wireless
is a laboratory with a measurement site in compliance with the requirements of RSS 212, Issue 1
(Provisional) and has been added to the list of filed sites of the Canadian Certification and Engineering Bureau.
Reference File Number: IC 4621A-1.
In order to assure the traceability to other national and international laboratories, AT4 wireless has a calibration
and maintenance programme for its measurement equipment.
AT4 wireless guarantees the reliability of the data presented in this report, which is the result of the
measurements and the tests performed to the item under test on the date and under the conditions stated on the
report and, it is based on the knowledge and technical facilities available at AT4 wireless at the time of
performance of the test.
AT4 wireless is liable to the client for the maintenance of the confidentiality of all information related to the item
under test and the results of the test.
General conditions
1. This report is only referred to the item that has undergone the test.
2. This report does not constitute or imply on its own an approval of the product by the Certification
Bodies or competent Authorities.
3. This document is only valid if complete; no partial reproduction can be made without previous
written permission of AT4 wireless.
4. This test report cannot be used partially or in full for publicity and/or promotional purposes without
previous written permission of AT4 wireless and the Accreditation Bodies.
Uncertainty
Uncertainty (factor k=2) was calculated according to the AT4 wireless internal documents:
PODT000: : Procedimiento para el cálculo de incertidumbres de medida
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Usage of samples
Samples undergoing test have been selected by: the client.
Sample S/01 is composed of the following elements:
Control Nº Description Model Serial Nº Date of reception
41273/001 2x2 PCIe M.2
adapter card
7265NGW
TA#: G97996-007
WF MAC:001500E67260
BD MAC: 001500E67264
16/01/2014
Auxiliary elements used with the sample S/01:
Control Nº
Description Manufacture Model Serial Nº Date of reception
38067/28 Laptop PC DELL Latitude E5420 CTFQQL1 08/01/2013
38067/29 Cable of the
AC/DC Adapter DELL --- --- 08/01/2013
38067/30 AC/DC Adapter DELL LA90PM111 --- 08/01/2013
40104B/16
Reference
Antenna SkyCross WIMAX/WLAN --- 26/09/2013
40104B/17
Reference
Antenna SkyCross WIMAX/WLAN --- 26/09/2013
38067/36 M2/NGFF
extender cable --- --- --- 08/01/2013
38067/37 HMC/NGFF
Testing board INTEL PCB00390 3902412-252 11/01/2013
38067/38 Adapter of the
AC/DC Board
Testing SINPRO SPU60-102 07990464 1249
11/01/2013
1302 Board
35mmx35mm --- --- --- ---
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Usage of samples
Sample S/02 is composed of the following elements:
Control Nº Description Model Serial Nº Date of reception
41273/001 2x2 PCIe M.2
adapter card
7265NGW
TA#: G97996-007
WF MAC:001500E67260
BD MAC: 001500E67264
16/01/2014
Auxiliary elements used with the sample S/01:
Control Nº
Description Manufacture Model Serial Nº Date of reception
38067/28 Laptop PC DELL Latitude E5420 CTFQQL1 08/01/2013
38067/29 Cable of the
AC/DC Adapter DELL --- --- 08/01/2013
38067/30 AC/DC Adapter DELL LA90PM111 --- 08/01/2013
38067/36 M2/NGFF
extender cable --- --- --- 08/01/2013
38067/37 HMC/NGFF
Testing board INTEL PCB00390 3902412-252 11/01/2013
38067/38 Adapter of the
AC/DC Board
Testing SINPRO SPU60-102 07990464 1249
11/01/2013
1302 Board
35mmx35mm --- --- --- ---
1. Sample S/01 has undergone following test(s).
All radiated tests indicated in appendix A, B and C.
2. Sample S/02 has undergone following test(s).
All conducted tests indicated in appendix A, B and C.
Testing period
The performed test started on 2014-02-01 and finished on 2014-03-11.
The tests have been performed at AT4 wireless.
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Environmental conditions
In the control chamber, the following limits were not exceeded during the test:
Temperature Min. = 19.2ºC
Max. = 22.1ºC
Relative humidity Min. = 41 %
Max. = 53 %
Shielding effectiveness > 100 dB
Electric insulation > 10 k
Reference resistance to earth < 0,5
In the semianechoic chamber (21 meters x 11 meters x 8 meters), the following limits were not exceeded
during the test.
Temperature Min. = 18.7ºC
Max. = 21.9ºC
Relative humidity Min. = 46%
Max. = 51%
Air pressure Min. = 1017mbar
Max. = 1019mbar
Shielding effectiveness > 100 dB
Electric insulation > 10 k
Reference resistance to earth < 0,5
Normal site attenuation (NSA) < ±4 dB at 10 m distance between item
under test and receiver antenna, (30 MHz to
1000 MHz)
Field homogeneity More than 75% of illuminated surface is
between 0 and 6 dB (26 MHz to 1000
MHz).
In the chamber for conducted measurements the following limits were not exceeded during the test:
Temperature Min. = 23.1 ºC
Max. = 24.9ºC
Relative humidity Min. = 39.4%
Max. = 45.4%
Air pressure Min. = 1016mbar
Max. = 1020mbar
Shielding effectiveness > 100 dB
Electric insulation > 10 k
Reference resistance to earth < 0,5
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Summary
Considering the results of the performed test according to standard USA FCC Parts 15.247 / RSS-210, the item
under test is IN COMPLIANCE with the requested specifications specified in the standard.
NOTE: The results presented in this Test Report apply only to the particular item under test established in page 1
of this document, as presented for test on the date(s) shown in section, USAGE OF SAMPLES, TESTING
PERIOD AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS”.
Remarks and comments
1.- No comments.
Testing verdicts
Not applicable .................................................... : NA
Pass..................................................................... : P
Fail ..................................................................... : F
Not measured...................................................... : NM
1. WiFi 2.4 GHz (802.11b/g/n20/n40)
FCC PART 15 PARAGRAPH / RSS-210
VERDICT
NA
P F NM
Section 15.247 Subclause (a) (2) / RSS-210 A8.2. (a) 6 dB Bandwidth
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (b) / RSS-210 A8.4. (4) Maximum output power and
.................. antenna gain
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations conducted
.................. (Transmitter)
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Band-edge emissions compliance
.................. (Transmitter)
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (e) / RSS-210 A8.2. (b) Power spectral density
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations radiated
.................. (Transmitter)
P
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2. WiFi 5.725 – 5.825 GHz (802.11a/n20/n40/ac80)
FCC PART 15 PARAGRAPH / RSS-210
VERDICT
NA
P F NM
Section 15.247 Subclause (a) (2) / RSS-210 A8.2. (a) 6 dB Bandwidth
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (b) / RSS-210 A8.4. (4) Maximum output power and
.................. antenna gain
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations conducted
.................. (Transmitter)
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Band-edge emissions compliance
.................. (Transmitter)
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (e) / RSS-210 A8.2. (b) Power spectral density
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations radiated
.................. (Transmitter)
P
3. Bluetooth Low Energy
FCC PART 15 PARAGRAPH / RSS-210
VERDICT
NA
P F NM
Section 15.247 Subclause (a) (2) / RSS-210 A8.2. (a) 6 dB Bandwidth
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (b) / RSS-210 A8.4. (4) Maximum output power and
.................. antenna gain
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations conducted
.................. (Transmitter)
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Band-edge emissions compliance
.................. (Transmitter)
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (e) / RSS-210 A8.2. (b) Power spectral density
P
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations radiated
.................. (Transmitter)
P
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APPENDIX A: Test results
“WiFi 2.4 GHz (802.11b/g/n20/n40)”
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INDEX
TEST CONDITIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 13
Occupied Bandwidth ........................................................................................................................................... 16
Section 15.247 Subclause (a) (2) / RSS-210 A8.2. (a) 6 dB Bandwidth ............................................................. 30
Section 15.247 Subclause (b) / RSS-210 A8.4. (4) Maximum output power and antenna gain .......................... 44
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations conducted (Transmitter) .......................... 55
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Band-edge emissions compliance (Transmitter) ....................... 79
Section 15.247 Subclause (e) / RSS-210 A8.5. Power spectral density ............................................................... 84
Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations radiated (Transmitter) .............................. 91
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TEST CONDITIONS
Power supply (V):
Vnominal = 3.3 Vdc
Type of power supply = DC voltage from HMC/NGFC test board.
Type of antenna = External attachable PIFA antenna.
Declared Gain for antenna = 3.24 dBi
TEST FREQUENCIES:
For WiFi 802.11b/g/n20:
Lowest channel (1): 2412 MHz
Middle channel (6): 2437 MHz
Highest channel (11): 2462 MHz
Additional channels (12) and (13): 2467 MHz and 2472 MHz, respectively, for information purposes
only.
For WiFi 802.11n40:
Lowest channel (3): 2422 MHz
Middle channel (6): 2437 MHz
Highest channel (9): 2452 MHz
Additional channels (10F) and (11F): 2457 MHz and 2462 MHz, respectively, for information purposes
only.
The test set-up was made in accordance to the general provisions of FCC DTS Measurement KDB
558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance v03r01.
For 802.11b/g modes the EUT can transmit at both CHAIN A and CHAIN B RF outputs individually but
not simultaneously.
For 802.11n modes 802.11n20 (20 MHz channel bandwidth) and 802.11n40 (40MHz channel bandwidth)
the EUT can transmit at both CHAIN A and CHAIN B RF outputs individually and simultaneously.
For radio testing purposes the card was installed in a test fixture. The test fixture is connected to a laptop
computer and dc power supplied. The laptop computer was used to configure the EUT to continuously
transmit at a specified output power with different modes and modulation schemes.
WiFi 2.4 GHz: 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n20 (20 MHz channel bandwidth) and 802.11n40 (40MHz
channel bandwidth).
The field strength at the band edges was evaluated for each mode and on each chain individually on the
lowest and highest channels at the rated power for the channel under test. Where the power at the edge
channels was lower than the power at the center channels additional measurements were made at the
adjacent channels. Single transmission at each chain and simultaneous transmission at both chains modes
were fully evaluated.
The PC was using the Intel test utility DRTU Version
1.7.3-859.
During transmitter test the EUT was being controlled by the Intel DRTU tool to operate in a continuous
transmit mode on the test channels as required and in each of the different modulation modes.
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The data rates of 1Mb/s for 802.11b, 6Mb/s for 802.11g, HT0 (SISO)/HT8 (MIMO) for 802.11n20 and
n40 were selected based on preliminary testing that identified those rates corresponding to the worst
cases for output power and band edge levels at restricted bands.
The conducted RF output power at each chain was adjusted according to the client’s supplied Target
values (see following table) using the Intel DRTU tool and measuring the power by using a calibrated
average power meter. Measured values for adjustment were within -0.2 dB/+0.3 dB respect to the Target
values.
RF conducted output power target values
Mode BW
(MHz) Channel /
Freq. SISO Chain A
(dBm) SISO Chain B
(dBm) MIMO at both ports A and
B (dBm)
802.11b 20 1 / 2412 16,5 16,5 n/a
6 / 2437 17,5 17,5 n/a
11 / 2462 16,5 16,5 n/a
12 / 2467 12 13.5 n/a
13 / 2472 11 12.5 n/a
802.11g 20 1 / 2412 14 14,5 n/a
2 / 2417 15,5 15,5 n/a
6 / 2437 17,5 17,5 n/a
10 / 2457 15,5 15,5 n/a
11 / 2462 12,5 12,5 n/a
12 / 2467 10 9 n/a
13 / 2472 0 0 n/a
802.11n 20 1 / 2412 14 14,5 12,00
2 / 2417 15,5 15,5 13,50
6 / 2437 17,5 17,5 17,50
10 / 2457 15,5 15,5 13,50
11 / 2462 12,5 12,5 12,00
12 / 2467 10 9 7,00
13 / 2472 0 0 0,00
802.11n* 40 3 / 2422 13,5 13,5 9,50
4 / 2427 14,5 14,5 11,50
5 / 2432 15,5 15,5 12,00
6 / 2437 17,5 17,5 13,50
7 / 2442 14,5 13,5 11,50
8 / 2447 13,5 12,5 10,50
9 / 2452 12,5 11,5 9,50
10F / 2457 10 9 7,00
11F / 2462 0 0 0,00
CONDUCTED MEASUREMENTS
The equipment under test was set up in a shielded room and it is connected to the spectrum analyser
using a calibrated low loss RF cable. The reading in the spectrum analyser is compensated with the cable
loss at each measurement frequency.
RADIATED MEASUREMENTS
All radiated tests were performed in a semi-anechoic chamber. The measurement antenna is situated at a
distance of 3 m for the frequency range 30 MHz-1000 MHz (30 MHz-1000 MHz Bilog antenna) and at a
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distance of 1m for the frequency range 1 GHz-25 GHz (1 GHz-18 GHz Double ridge horn antenna and 18
GHz-40 GHz horn antenna).
For radiated emissions in the range 1 GHz-25 GHz that is performed at a distance closer than the
specified distance, an inverse proportionality factor of 20 dB per decade is used to normalize the
measured data for determining compliance.
The equipment under test was set up on a non-conductive (wooden) platform one meter above the ground
plane and the situation and orientation was varied to find the maximum radiated emission. It was also
rotated 360º and the antenna height was varied from 1 to 4 meters to find the maximum radiated
emission.
Measurements were made in both horizontal and vertical planes of polarization.
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Occupied Bandwidth
RESULTS
1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
Occupied Bandwidth (see next plots).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
99% bandwidth (MHz) 12.75 12.54 12.72 12.81 12.66 12.75
Measurement uncertainty (kHz) ±21.7
2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
Occupied Bandwidth (see next plots).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
99% bandwidth (MHz) 16.53 16.83 16.98 17.22 16.80 16.44
Measurement uncertainty (kHz) ±21.7
3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
Occupied Bandwidth (see next plots).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
99% bandwidth (MHz) 17.37 17.91 18.03 18.36 17.91 17.91
Measurement uncertainty (kHz) ±21.7
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4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
Occupied Bandwidth (see next plots).
Lowest frequency
2422 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2452 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
99% bandwidth (MHz) 36.20 36.22 36.35 36.35 36.20 36.15
Measurement uncertainty (kHz) ±21.7
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1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain A
.
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain B.
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Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B
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Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain A.
Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain B.
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2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain A
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain B
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Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B
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Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain A.
Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain B.
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3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain A
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain B
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Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B
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Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain A.
Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain B.
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4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
Lowest Channel: 2422 MHz. Chain A
Lowest Channel: 2422 MHz. Chain B
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Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B
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Highest Channel: 2452 MHz. Chain A.
Highest Channel: 2452 MHz. Chain B.
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Section 15.247 Subclause (a) (2) / RSS-210 A8.2. (a). 6 dB Bandwidth
SPECIFICATION
The minimum 6 dB bandwidth shall be at least 500 kHz.
RESULTS
1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
6 dB Bandwidth (see next plots).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
6 dB Spectrum bandwidth (MHz) 10.06 10.02 10.03 10.05 10.05 10.03
Measurement uncertainty (kHz) ±89
Verdict: PASS
2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
6 dB Bandwidth (see next plots).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
6 dB Spectrum bandwidth (MHz) 16.06 15.53 15.13 15.13 15.29 15.76
Measurement uncertainty (kHz) ±89
Verdict: PASS
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3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
6 dB Bandwidth (see next plots).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
6 dB Spectrum bandwidth (MHz) 15.92 15.16 15.46 15.06 15.96 15.27
Measurement uncertainty (kHz) ±89
Verdict: PASS
4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
6 dB Bandwidth (see next plots).
Lowest frequency
2422 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2452 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
6 dB Spectrum bandwidth (MHz) 35.13 35.13 35.13 35.13 35.13 35.13
Measurement uncertainty (kHz) ±89
Verdict: PASS
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1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain A.
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain B.
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Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B.
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Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain A.
Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain B.
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2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain A
.
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain B
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Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B
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Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain A
Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain B
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3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain A
Lowest Channel: 2412 MHz. Chain B
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Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B
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Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain A
Highest Channel: 2462 MHz. Chain B
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4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
Lowest Channel: 2422 MHz. Chain A
Lowest Channel: 2422 MHz. Chain B
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Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B
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Highest Channel: 2452 MHz. Chain A
Highest Channel: 2452 MHz. Chain B
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Section 15.247 Subclause (b) / RSS-210 A8.4. (4). Maximum output power and antenna gain
SPECIFICATION
The maximum peak conducted output power of the intentional radiator shall not exceed 1 watt (30 dBm).
The e.i.r.p. shall not exceed 4 W (36 dBm) (Canada).
RESULTS
The maximum Peak Conducted Output Power was measured using the channel integration method
according to point 9.1.2. of Guidance for Performing Compliance Measurements on Digital
Transmission Systems (DTS) Operating Under §15.247 558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance v03r01
dated 09/04/2013. This method was used for 802.11g and 802.11n20 modes.
The maximum conducted (average) output power was measured using the method according to point
9.2.1.2. of Guidance for Performing Compliance Measurements on Digital Transmission Systems
(DTS) Operating Under §15.247 558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance v03r01 dated 09/04/2013. This
method was used for 802.11b and 802.11n40 modes.
In the measure-and-sum approach for MIMO mode, the conducted emission level (e.g., transmit power or
power in specified bandwidth) is measured at each antenna port. The measured results at the various
antenna ports are then summed mathematically to determine the total emission level from the device.
Summing is performed in linear power units (mW—not dBm).
The EIRP power (dBm) is calculated by adding the declared maximum antenna gain to the measured
conducted power.
For MIMO mode, the Guidance on directional Gain calculations according to the Guidance for Emission
Testing of Transmitters with Multiple Outputs in the Same Band 662911 D01 Multiple Transmitter
Output v02r01 dated 10/31/2013 was used.
The number of transmit antennas (N
ANT
) are 2 and the number of spatial streams (Nss) are 2 and
therefore the Array Gain is 0 dB.
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1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER. Conducted (average) output power (See next plot of worst case:
Highest power levels).
Maximum declared antenna gain: 3.24 dBi.
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 16.12 16.33 17.21 17.31 16.55 16.20
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 19.36 19.57 20.45 20.55 19.79 19.44
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Verdict: PASS
2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER. Peak Conducted Output Power (See next plot of worst case: Highest
power level).
Maximum declared antenna gain: 3.24 dBi.
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 16.86 17.04 20.18 20.49 15.29 14.89
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 20.10 20.28 23.42 23.73 18.53 18.13
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Verdict: PASS
Conducted (average) output power. These results are for information purposes only.
Maximum declared antenna gain: 3.24 dBi.
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 13.91 14.37 17.19 17.60 12.13 12.64
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 17.15 17.61 20.43 20.84 15.37 15.88
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
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3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER. Peak Conducted Output Power (See next plot of worst case: Highest
power level).
Maximum declared antenna gain: 3.24 dBi.
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 16.57 17.02 20.00 20.72 15.24 14.87
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 19.81 20.26 23.24 23.96 18.48 18.11
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
MIMO
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A+B Chain A+B Chain A+B
Port A Port B Port A Port B Port A Port B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 14.85 14.26 25.57 26.54 14.16 14.57
Port A+B Port A+B Port A+B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 17.57 29.09 17.38
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 20.81 32.33 20.62
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5 ±1.2 ±1.5
Verdict: PASS
Conducted (average) output power. These results are for information purposes only.
Maximum declared antenna gain: 3.24 dBi.
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 13.76 14.65 17.18 17.84 12.15 12.18
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 17.00 17.89 20.42 21.08 15.39 15.42
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
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MIMO
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A+B Chain A+B Chain A+B
Port A Port B Port A Port B Port A Port B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 11.68 11.98 17.13 17.20 12.07 11.90
Port A+B Port A+B Port A+B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 14.84 20.18 14.99
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 18.08 23.42 18.23
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5 ±1.2 ±1.5
4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER. Conducted (average) output power (See next plot of worst case:
Highest power level).
Maximum declared antenna gain: 3.24 dBi.
Lowest frequency
2422 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2452 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 13.27 13.54 17.25 17.34 12.29 11.28
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 16.51 16.78 20.49 20.58 15.53 14.52
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
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MIMO
Lowest frequency
2422 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2452 MHz
Chain A+B Chain A+B Chain A+B
Port A Port B Port A Port B Port A Port B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 9.54 9.53 13.54 13.45 9.37 9.37
Port A+B Port A+B Port A+B
Maximum conducted power (dBm) 12.54 16.50 12.38
Maximum EIRP power (dBm) 15.78 19.74 15.62
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Verdict: PASS
The maximum directional gain of the antenna is less than 6 dBi and therefore the maximum output power
is not required to be reduced from the stated values.
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1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
Peak conducted output power.
Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
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Conducted (average) output power (for information purposes only).
Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
Peak conducted output power.
SISO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
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MIMO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain A.
MIMO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
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Conducted (average) output power (for information purposes only).
SISO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
MIMO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain A.
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MIMO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
SISO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
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MIMO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain A.
MIMO mode. Middle frequency 2437 MHz. Chain B.
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Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations conducted (Transmitter)
SPECIFICATION
In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which the digitally modulated intentional radiator is
operating, the radio frequency power that is produced by the intentional radiator shall be at least 20 dB below that in
the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired power. If the transmitter
complies with the conducted power limits based on the use of RMS averaging over a time interval, the attenuation
required shall be 30 dB instead of 20 dB.
RESULTS: (See next plots)
1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
Reference Level Measurement
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B Chain A
Chain B
Chain A Chain B
Reference Level Measurement
(dBm) 7.22 6.78 8.18 8.53 6.75 6.78
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Chain A / B:
Lowest frequency 2412 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -22.78 / -23.22
Middle frequency 2437 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -21.82 / -21.47
Highest frequency 2462 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -23.25 / -23.22
Verdict: PASS
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See next plots of worst case: Mode b. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B.
Number of sweep points: 30,000.
Plot 30 MHz to 3 GHz:
Note: The peak above the limit is the carrier frequency.
Plot 3 GHz to 6 GHz:
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Plot 6 GHz to 9 GHz:
Plot 9 GHz to 12 GHz:
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Plot 12 GHz to 15 GHz:
Plot 15 GHz to 18 GHz:
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Plot 18 GHz to 21 GHz:
Plot 21 GHz to 24 GHz:
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Plot 24GHz to 25 GHz:
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2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
Reference Level Measurement
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B Chain A
Chain B
Chain A Chain B
Reference Level Measurement
(dBm) 3.40 3.09 6.47 6.72 1.43 1.32
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Chain A / B:
Lowest frequency 2412 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -16.60 / -16.91
Middle frequency 2437 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -13.53 / -13.28
Highest frequency 2462 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -18.57 / -18.68
Verdict: PASS (NOTE: The limit is set to -20 dBc since the maximum peak conducted output power was
measured for this mode.)
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See next plots of worst case: Mode g. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B.
Number of sweep points: 30,000.
Plot 30 MHz to 3 GHz:
Note: The peak above the limit is the carrier frequency.
Plot 3 GHz to 6 GHz:
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Plot 6 GHz to 9 GHz:
Plot 9 GHz to 12 GHz:
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Plot 12 GHz to 15 GHz:
Plot 15 GHz to 18 GHz:
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Plot 18 GHz to 21 GHz:
Plot 21 GHz to 24 GHz:
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Plot 24GHz to 25 GHz:
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3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
Reference Level Measurement
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B Chain A
Chain B
Chain A Chain B
Reference Level Measurement
(dBm) 3.27 3.59 6.40 7.14 1.40 1.08
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Chain A / B:
Lowest frequency 2412 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -16.73 / -16.41
Middle frequency 2437 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -13.60 / -12.86
Highest frequency 2462 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -18.60 / -18.92
Verdict: PASS (NOTE: The limit is set to -20 dBc since the maximum peak conducted output power was
measured for this mode.)
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See next plots of worst case: Mode n20. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B.
Number of sweep points: 30,000.
Plot 30 MHz to 3 GHz:
Note: The peak above the limit is the carrier frequency.
Plot 3 GHz to 6 GHz:
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Plot 6 GHz to 9 GHz:
Plot 9 GHz to 12 GHz:
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Plot 12 GHz to 15 GHz:
Plot 15 GHz to 18 GHz:
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Plot 18 GHz to 21 GHz:
Plot 21 GHz to 24 GHz:
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Plot 24GHz to 25 GHz:
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4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
Reference Level Measurement
Lowest frequency
2422 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2452 MHz
Chain A
Chain B Chain A
Chain B
Chain A Chain B
Reference Level Measurement
(dBm) -0.34 -0.54 3.70 3.57 -1.41 -1.86
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Chain A / B:
Lowest frequency 2422 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -30.34 / -30.54
Middle frequency 2437 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -26.30 / -26.43
Highest frequency 2452 MHz Limit (dBm)
All peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit. -31.41 / -31.86
Verdict: PASS
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See next plots of worst case: Mode n40. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B.
Number of sweep points: 30,000.
Plot 30 MHz to 3 GHz:
Note: The peak above the limit is the carrier frequency.
Plot 3 GHz to 6 GHz:
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Plot 6 GHz to 9 GHz:
Plot 9 GHz to 12 GHz:
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Plot 12 GHz to 15 GHz:
Plot 15 GHz to 18 GHz:
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Plot 18 GHz to 21 GHz:
Plot 21 GHz to 24 GHz:
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Plot 24GHz to 25 GHz:
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Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Band-edge emissions compliance (Transmitter)
SPECIFICATION
Emissions outside the frequency band in which the intentional radiator is operating shall be at least 20dB below the
highest level of the desired power. If the transmitter complies with the conducted power limits based on the use of
RMS averaging over a time interval, the attenuation required shall be 30 dB instead of 20 dB.
RESULTS:
Note: Radiated measurements were used to show compliance with the limits in the restricted bands 2.31-
2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
LOW FREQUENCY SECTION 2412 MHz. CONDUCTED.
1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
See next plots.
Chain A
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Chain B
Verdict: PASS
2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
Chain A
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Chain B
Verdict: PASS (NOTE: The limit is set to -20 dBc since the maximum peak conducted output power was
measured for this mode.)
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3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
Chain A
Chain B
Verdict: PASS (NOTE: The limit is set to -20 dBc since the maximum peak conducted output power was
measured for this mode.)
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4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
Chain A
Chain B
Verdict: PASS
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Section 15.247 Subclause (e) / RSS-210 A8.5. Power spectral density
SPECIFICATION
For digitally modulated systems, the power spectral density conducted from the intentional radiator to the
antenna shall not be greater than 8 dBm in any 3 kHz band during any time interval of continuous
transmission.
RESULTS
The maximum power spectral density level in the fundamental emission was measured using the
method of trace averaging with EUT transmitting at full power throughout each sweep according to
point 10.3. of Guidance for Performing Compliance Measurements on Digital Transmission Systems
(DTS) Operating Under §15.247 558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance v03r01 dated 09/04/2013. This
method was used for 802.11b and 802.11n40 modes.
For 802.11g and 802.11n20 modes the PKPSD (peak PSD) method was used since the maximum
peak conducted output power was measured for this mode.
For MIMO mode, the
Measure and add 10 log(N
ANT
) dB, (where N
ANT
is the number of outputs)
technique was used according to the Guidance for Emission Testing of Transmitters with
Multiple Outputs in the Same Band 662911 D01 Multiple Transmitter Output v02r01 dated
10/31/2013.
With this technique, spectrum measurements are performed at each output of the device, and the
quantity 10 log(N
ANT
) dB is added to each spectrum value before comparing to the emission limit.
Number of outputs = 2.
1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
Power spectral density (See next plot of worst case = highest level).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Power spectral density (dBm) -0.869 -0.583 0.170 0.266 -0.802 -1.194
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Verdict: PASS
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2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
Power spectral density (See next plot of worst case = highest level).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Power spectral density (dBm) 3.73 4.33 6.99 7.76 1.99 2.20
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Verdict: PASS (NOTE: the PKPSD (peak PSD) method was used since the maximum peak conducted
output power was measured for this mode).
3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
Power spectral density (See next plot of worst case = highest level).
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Power spectral density (dBm) 3.77 3.87 6.90 7.54 1.36 1.36
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
MIMO
Lowest frequency
2412 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2462 MHz
Chain A+B Chain A+B Chain A+B
Port A Port B Port A Port B Port A Port B
Power spectral density (dBm) 2.62 1.70 -6.92 -6.59 2.25 1.65
Power spectral density (dBm) +
10*Log(2) 5.63 5.26 -3.91 -3.58 5.26 4.66
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5 ±1.2 ±1.5
Verdict: PASS (NOTE: the PKPSD (peak PSD) method was used since the maximum peak conducted
output power was measured for this mode. The Middle channel (MIMO A+B) was measured with
RBW=3KHz and VBW=30KHz.)
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4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
Power spectral density (See next plot of worst case= highest level).
Lowest frequency
2422 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2452 MHz
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Chain A
Chain B
Power spectral density (dBm) -9.504 -9.990 -5.311 -5.960 -10.121 -11.653
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
MIMO
Lowest frequency
2422 MHz
Middle frequency
2437 MHz
Highest frequency
2452 MHz
Chain A+B Chain A+B Chain A+B
Port A Port B Port A Port B Port A Port B
Power spectral density (dBm) -13.957 -13.139 -9.599 -9.440 -13.933 -13.726
Power spectral density (dBm) +
10*Log(2) -10.95 -10.13 -6.59 -6.43 -10.92 -10.72
Measurement uncertainty (dB) ±1.5
Verdict: PASS
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1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B.
2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode
Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B.
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3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
SISO. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain B.
MIMO. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A+B. Port A.
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MIMO. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A+B. Port B.
4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
SISO. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A.
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MIMO. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A+B. Port A.
MIMO. Middle Channel: 2437 MHz. Chain A+B. Port B.
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Section 15.247 Subclause (d) / RSS-210 A8.5. Emission limitations radiated (Transmitter)
SPECIFICATION
Radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands, as defined in §15.205(a), must also comply with
the radiated emission limits specified in §15.209(a) (see §15.205(c)):
Frequency Range
(MHz) Field strength (µV/m) Field strength
(dBµV/m) Measurement
distance (m)
0.009-0.490 2400/F(kHz) - 300
0.490-1.705 24000/F(kHz) - 300
1.705 - 30.0 30 - 30
30 - 88 100 40 3
88 - 216 150 43.5 3
216 - 960 200 46 3
960 - 25000 500 54 3
The emission limits shown in the above table are based on measurements employing CISPR quasi-peak
detector except for the frequency bands 9-90 kHz, 110-490 kHz and above 1000 MHz. Radiated emission
limits in these three bands are based on measurements employing an average detector.
For average radiated emission measurements above 1000 MHz, there is also a limit corresponding to 20
dB above the indicated values in the table is specified when measuring with peak detector function.
RESULTS:
The situation and orientation was varied to find the maximum radiated emission. It was also rotated 360º
and the antenna height was varied from 1 to 4 meters to find the maximum radiated emission.
Measurements were made in both horizontal and vertical planes of polarization.
All tests were performed in a semi-anechoic chamber at a distance of 3 m for the frequency range 30
MHz-1000 MHz and at distance of 1m for the frequency range 1 GHz-25 GHz.
The field strength is calculated by adding correction factor to the measured level from the spectrum
analyzer. This correction factor includes antenna factor, cable loss and pre-amplifiers gain.
The equipment transmits continuously in the selected channel so it is not necessary a duty cycle
correction factor.
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Frequency range 30 MHz-1000 MHz.
The spurious signals detected do not depend on either the operating channel or the modulation mode.
Spurious levels closest to the limit:
Spurious frequency
(MHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
158.04 PV Quasi-Peak 28.16 ± 4.12
257.95 PV Quasi-Peak 25.83 ± 4.12
340.40 PV Quasi-Peak 32.06 ± 4.12
484.93 PV Quasi-Peak 30.53 ± 4.12
Frequency range 1 GHz-25 GHz
The results in the next tables show the maximum measured levels in the 1-25 GHz range including the
restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz (see next plots).
For OFDM modulation modes (802.11g, 802.11n20 and 802.11n40), a preliminary measurement in the
central channel in the range 1-18 GHz was performed to determine the worst case. The lowest and
highest channels were measured for out-of-band emissions for the worst case (802.11g).
The field strength at the band edges was evaluated for each mode and on each chain individually on the
lowest and highest channels at the rated power for the channel under test. Where the power at the edge
channels was lower than the power at the center channels additional measurements were made at the
adjacent channels. Single transmission at each chain and simultaneous transmission at both chains modes
were fully evaluated.
Spurious signals with peak levels above the average limit (54 dBµV/m at 3 m) are measured with average
detector for checking compliance with the average limit.
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1. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 b mode
Note: For the lowest and highest channels the power was adjusted to the values of the adjacent respective
channels, which are 1 dB higher, for checking compliance inside the restricted bands for lowest, highest
and adjacent channels.
1.1. CHANNEL 1: LOWEST (2412 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and
inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38772 PH Peak 53.16 ± 4.00
2.49295 PH Peak 48.28 ± 4.00
4.82396 PV Peak 46.65 ± 4.00
7.23674 PV Peak 47.12 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38596 PH Peak 52.62 ± 4.00
2.483723 PH Peak 50.00 ± 4.00
2.570685 PH Peak 50.94 ± 4.00
4.824036 PV Peak 48.39 ± 4.00
1.2. CHANNEL 6: MIDDLE (2437 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and
inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38868 PH Peak 50.87 ± 4.00
2.48569 PH Peak 50.32 ± 4.00
3.04106 PV Peak 39.19 ± 4.00
4.87395 PV Peak 47.69 ± 4.00
7.30879 PV Peak 48.16 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 50.85 ± 4.00
2.48384 PH Peak 52.18 ± 4.00
4.87699 PV Peak 45.07 ± 4.00
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1.3. CHANNEL 11: HIGHEST (2462 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and
inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 47.25 ± 4.00
2.49971 PH Peak 52.35 ± 4.00
2.62383 PH Peak 48.82 ± 4.00
7.38694 PV Peak 49.37 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 48.14 ± 4.00
2.48361 PH Peak 51.99 ± 4.00
2.62013 PH Peak 49.17 ± 4.00
4.92396 PV Peak 54.26 ± 4.00
Average 53.30 ± 4.00
Verdict: PASS
1.4. CHANNEL 12: (2467 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and inside
restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz. For information purposes only.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38940 PH Peak 46.25 ± 4.00
2.48559 PH Peak 49.36 ± 4.00
4.93412 PV Peak 38.92 ± 4.00
7.40160 PV Peak 44.89 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38780 PH Peak 46.37 ± 4.00
2.48354 PH Peak 53.47 ± 4.00
4.93410 PV Peak 36.97 ± 4.00
Verdict: PASS
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1.5. CHANNEL 13: (2472 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and inside
restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz. For information purposes only.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.37764 PH Peak 44.86 ± 4.00
2.48673 PH Peak 50.06 ± 4.00
4.94340 PV Peak 39.28 ± 4.00
7.41470 PV Peak 43.02 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38732 PH Peak 46.47 ± 4.00
2.48476 PH Peak 55.22 ± 4.00
Average 48.07 ± 4.00
4.94340 PV Peak 37.84 ± 4.00
Verdict: PASS
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2. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 g mode (worst case OFDM)
Note: For checking compliance of adjacent channels inside the restricted bands, mode n20 was tested,
which has the same channel power adjustment, modulation scheme and a wider occupied bandwidth.
2.1. CHANNEL 1: LOWEST (2412 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and
inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 59.83 ± 4.00
Average 48.23 ± 4.00
2.48437 PH Peak 47.67 ± 4.00
2.56797 PH Peak 47.83 ± 4.00
4.82380 PV Peak 40.16 ± 4.00
7.23366 PV Peak 45.85 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38988 PH Peak 60.76 ± 4.00
Average 46.21 ± 4.00
2.48394 PH Peak 48.65 ± 4.00
4.82342 PV Peak 58.19 ± 4.00
Average 46.12 ± 4.00
2.2. CHANNEL 6: MIDDLE (2437 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and
inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 54.15 ± 4.00
Average 41.17 ± 4.00
2.48402 PH Peak 59.78 ± 4.00
Average 41.87 ± 4.00
2.59369 PH Peak 48.42 ± 4.00
4.87373 PV Peak 47.02 ± 4.00
7.31195 PV Peak 44.41 ± 4.00
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Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38956 PH Peak 60.20 ± 4.00
Average 47.15 ± 4.00
2.48007 PH Peak 59.95 ± 4.00
Average 46.37 ± 4.00
4.87455 PV Peak 60.62 ± 4.00
Average 50.79 ± 4.00
2.5. CHANNEL 11: HIGHEST (2462 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and
inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38892 PH Peak 47.47 ± 4.00
2.48357 PH Peak 54.04 ± 4.00
Average 40.35 ± 4.00
7.38516 PV Peak 49.51 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38772 PH Peak 47.08 ± 4.00
2.48359 PH Peak 53.27 ± 4.00
4.92393 PV Peak 49.40 ± 4.00
Verdict: PASS
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2.6. CHANNEL 12: (2467 MHz). Spurious emissions inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-
2.5 GHz. For information purposes only.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.39000 PH Peak 44.44 ± 4.00
2.48354 PH Peak 61.70 ± 4.00
Average 43.43 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38980 PH Peak 45.42 ± 4.00
2.48351 PH Peak 62.06 ± 4.00
Average 44.68 ± 4.00
Verdict: PASS
2.7. CHANNEL 13: (2472 MHz). Spurious emissions inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-
2.5 GHz. For information purposes only.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38660 PH Peak 46.59 ± 4.00
2.48354 PH Peak 65.54 ± 4.00
Average 47.38 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.36268 PH Peak 45.42 ± 4.00
2.48357 PH Peak 65.71 ± 4.00
Average 49.07 ± 4.00
Verdict: PASS
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3. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n20 mode
3.1. CHANNEL 1 (2412 MHz). Spurious emissions in restricted band 2.31-2.39 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38972 PH Peak 62.98 ± 4.00
Average 49.91 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 61.73 ± 4.00
Average 48.24 ± 4.00
Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 66.25 ± 4.00
Average 51.83 ± 4.00
3.2. CHANNEL 2 (2417 MHz). Spurious emissions in restricted band 2.31-2.39 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38980 PH Peak 63.78 ± 4.00
Average 49.69 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38988 PH Peak 63.20 ± 4.00
Average 45.50 ± 4.00
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Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 61.43 ± 4.00
Average 47.13 ± 4.00
3.3. CHANNEL 6: MIDDLE (2437 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and
inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38972 PH Peak 52.26 ± 4.00
2.48379 PH Peak 55.75 ± 4.00
Average 41.86 ± 4.00
2.59892 PH Peak 48.21 ± 4.00
4.87324 PV Peak 47.17 ± 4.00
7.31017 PV Peak 43.93 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38980 PH Peak 60.85 ± 4.00
Average 47.47 ± 4.00
2.48369 PV Peak 59.70 ± 4.00
Average 46.22 ± 4.00
2.59300 PH Peak 49.24 ± 4.00
4.87498 PV Peak 60.04 ± 4.00
Average 50.78 ± 4.00
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Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 64.09 ± 4.00
Average 51.72 ± 4.00
2.48409 PH Peak 66.52 ± 4.00
Average 52.20 ± 4.00
4.87404 PV Peak 56.70 ± 4.00
Average 45.28 ± 4.00
7.31340 PV Peak 45.95 ± 4.00
3.4. CHANNEL 10 (2457 MHz). Spurious emissions in restricted band 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.48369 PH Peak 58.44 ± 4.00
Average 43.92 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.48369 PH Peak 57.34 ± 4.00
Average 44.52 ± 4.00
Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.48395 PH Peak 67.15 ± 4.00
Average 53.88 ± 4.00
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3.5. CHANNEL 11 (2462 MHz). Spurious emissions in restricted band 2.4835-2.5 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.48371 PH Peak 57.77 ± 4.00
Average 42.49 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.48353 PH Peak 57.43 ± 4.00
Average 43.76 ± 4.00
Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.48353 PH Peak 65.00 ± 4.00
Average 50.42 ± 4.00
3.6. CHANNEL 12: (2467 MHz). Out-of-band spurious emissions in the 1-25 GHz range and inside
restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-2.5 GHz. For information purposes only.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.37796 PH Peak 45.69 ± 4.00
2.48357 PH Peak 59.82 ± 4.00
Average 43.53 ± 4.00
7.3997 PV Peak 43.42 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38900 PH Peak 47.14 ± 4.00
2.48359 PH Peak 62.66 ± 4.00
Average 44.44 ± 4.00
4.93410 PV Peak 36.60 ± 4.00
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Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38676 PH Peak 45.97 ± 4.00
2.48351 PH Peak 63.70 ± 4.00
Average 47.40 ± 4.00
4.93412 PV Peak 39.36 ± 4.00
3.7. CHANNEL 13: (2472 MHz). Spurious emissions inside restricted bands 2.31-2.39 GHz and 2.4835-
2.5 GHz. For information purposes only.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.37860 PH Peak 45.06 ± 4.00
2.48351 PH Peak 66.72 ± 4.00
Average 47.12 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38660 PH Peak 45.11 ± 4.00
2.48361 PH Peak 67.14 ± 4.00
Average 48.32 ± 4.00
Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.37452 PH Peak 45.69 ± 4.00
2.48354 PH Peak 68.03 ± 4.00
Average 49.41 ± 4.00
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4. WiFi 2.4GHz 802.11 n40 mode
4.1. CHANNEL 3 (2422 MHz). Spurious emissions in restricted band 2.31-2.39 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38996 PH Peak 60.72 ± 4.00
Average 50.10 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38980 PH Peak 64.73 ± 4.00
Average 53.57 ± 4.00
Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38956 PH Peak 63.31 ± 4.00
Average 51.56 ± 4.00
4.2. CHANNEL 4 (2427 MHz). Spurious emissions in restricted band 2.31-2.39 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38988 PH Peak 60.71 ± 4.00
Average 49.73 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38924 PH Peak 64.91 ± 4.00
Average 52.54 ± 4.00
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Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38988 PH Peak 64.83 ± 4.00
Average 52.16 ± 4.00
4.3. CHANNEL 5 (2432 MHz). Spurious emissions in restricted band 2.31-2.39 GHz.
Chain A
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38972 PH Peak 61.92 ± 4.00
Average 49.89 ± 4.00
Chain B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38988 PH Peak 65.46 ± 4.00
Average 50.86 ± 4.00
Chain A+B
Spurious frequency
(GHz) Polarization Detector Emission Level
(dBµV/m) Measurement
Uncertainty (dB)
2.38980 PH Peak 62.35 ± 4.00
Average 49.33 ± 4.00
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