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8. BAND EDGE
8.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
1. All out of band emissions are measured with an analyzer spectrum connected to the antenna terminal of the
EUT while the EUT at its maximum duty cycle, at maximum power, and at the approximate frequencies. All data
rates were investigated to determine the worst case configuration
2. The test set up and general procedure is similar to conducted peak output power test. Only different for
setting the measurement configuration of the measuring instrument of Spectrum Analyzer.
3. Start and stop frequency were set such that the band edge would be placed in the center of the plot.
4. Span was set large enough so as to capture all out of band emissions near the band edge.
5. RBW>1% of the emission bandwidth, VBW >=3 x RBW, Detector=RMS, Number of points>=2 x Span/RBW,
Trace mode=max hold, Sweep time=auto couple, and the trace was allowed to stabilize
8.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
As Specified in FCC rules of 22.917(a) 、24.238(a)and KDB 971168 D1 v03.
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8.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
Test Results
For GSM
Test Band=GSM850/GSM1900
Test Mode=GPRS
GSM 850-LCH-GPRS
GSM 850-HCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-LCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-HCH-GPRS
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For WCDMA
Test Band=WCDMA850/WCDMA1900
Test Mode=UMTS
WCDMA 850-LCH
WCDMA 850-HCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
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9. SPURIOUS EMISSION
9.1 CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION
9.1.1MEASUREMENT METHOD
The following steps outline the procedure used to measure the conducted emissions from the EUT.
1. The level of the carrier and the various conducted spurious and harmonic frequency is measured
by means of a calibrated spectrum analyzer. The spectrum is scanned from the lowest frequency
generated in the equipment up to a frequency including its 10th harmonic. All out of band emissions
are measured with a spectrum analyzer connected to the antenna terminal of the EUT while the EUT
is operating at maximum power, and at the approximate frequencies. All data rates were
investigated to determine the worst case configuration.
2. Determine frequency range for measurements: From CFR 2.1057 the spectrum should be investigated
from the lowest radio frequency generated in the equipment up to at least the 10th harmonic of the carrier
frequency. For the equipment of PCS1900 band, this equates to a frequency range of 30 MHz to 19.1
GHz, data taken from 30 MHz to 20 GHz. For GSM850, data taken from 30 MHz to 9 GHz.
3. Determine EUT transmit frequencies: the following typical channels were chosen to conducted
emissions testing.
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Typical Channels for testing of GSM 850
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
128
824.2
190
836.6
251
848.8
Typical Channels for testing of PCS 1900
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
512
1850.2
661
1880.0
810
1909.8
Typical Channels for testing of UMTS band II
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
9262
1852.4
9400
1880
9538
1907.6
Typical Channels for testing of UMTS band V
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
4132
826.4
4182
836.4
4233
846.6
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9.1.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
On any frequency outside frequency band of the USPCS spectrum, the power of any emission shall be
attenuated below the transmitter power (P, in Watts) by at least 43+10Log(P) dB. For all power levels +30
dBm to 0 dBm, this becomes a constant specification limit of -13 dBm.
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9.1.3MEASUREMENT RESULT
Test Results
Test Band=GSM850/GSM1900
Test Mode=GPRS
GSM 850-LCH-GPRS
GSM 850-LCH-GPRS
GSM 850-MCH-GPRS
GSM 850-MCH-GPRS
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GSM 850-HCH-GPRS
GSM 850-HCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-LCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-LCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-LCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-LCH-GPRS
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GSM 1900-MCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-MCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-MCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-MCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-HCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-HCH-GPRS
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GSM 1900-HCH-GPRS
GSM 1900-HCH-GPRS
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Test Band=WCDMA850/WCDMA1900
Test Mode=UMTS
WCDMA 850-LCH
WCDMA 850-LCH
WCDMA 850-MCH
WCDMA 850-MCH
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WCDMA 850-HCH
WCDMA 850-HCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
WCDMA 1900-LCH
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WCDMA 1900-MCH
WCDMA 1900-MCH
WCDMA 1900-MCH
WCDMA 1900-MCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
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WCDMA 1900-HCH
WCDMA 1900-HCH
Note:1. Below 30MHZ no Spurious found and Above is the worst mode data.
2. As no emission found in standby or receive mode, no recording in this report.
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9.2 RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSION
9.2.1MEASUREMENT METHOD
1. The EUT was placed on the top of the turntable 0.8 or 1.5 meter above ground. The phase center of the
receiving antenna mounted on the top of a height-variable antenna tower was placed 3 meters far away
from the turntable.
2. Power on the EUT and all the supporting units. The turntable was rotated by 360 degrees to determine the
position of the highest radiation.
3. The height of the broadband receiving antenna was varied between one meter and four meters above
ground to find the maximum emissions field strength of both horizontal and vertical polarization.
4. For each suspected emissions, the antenna tower was scan (from 1 M to 4 M) and then the turntable was
rotated (from 0 degree to 360 degrees) to find the maximum reading.
5. Set the test-receiver system to Peak or CISPR quasi-peak Detect Function with specified bandwidth under
Maximum Hold Mode.
6. For emissions above 1GHz, use 1MHz VBW and RBW for peak reading. Then 1MHz RBW and 10Hz VBW
for average reading in spectrum analyzer. Place the measurement antenna away from each area of the
EUT determined to be a source of emissions at the specified measurement distance, while keeping the
measurement antenna aimed at the source of emissions at each frequency of significant emissions, with
polarization oriented for maximum response. The measurement antenna may have to be higher or lower
than the EUT, depending on the radiation pattern of the emission and staying aimed at the emission source
for receiving the maximum signal. The final measurement antenna elevation shall be that which maximizes
the emissions. The measurement antenna elevation for maximum emissions shall be restricted to a range
of heights of from 1 m to 4 m above the ground or reference ground plane.
7. When the radiated emissions limits are expressed in terms of the average value of the emissions, and
pulsed operation is employed, the measurement field strength shall be determined by averaging over one
complete pulse train, including blanking intervals, as long as the pulse train does not exceed 0.1 seconds.
As an alternative (provided the transmitter operates for longer than 0.1 seconds) or in cases where the
pulse train exceeds 0.1 seconds, the measured field strength shall be determined from the average
absolute voltage during a 0.1 second interval during which the field strength is at its maximum values.
8.If the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was 3 dB lower than the average limit specified, then testing
will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions which do not have 3 dB
margin will be repeated one by one using the quasi-peak method for below 1GHz.
9. For testing above 1GHz, the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was lower than average limit (that
means the emissions level in peak mode also complies with the limit in average mode), then testing will be
stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions will be measured in average
mode again and reported.
10. In case the emission is lower than 30MHz, loop antenna has to be used for measurement and the recorded
data should be QP measured by receiver. High - Low scan is not required in this case.
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9.2.2 TEST SETUP
Radiated Emission Test-Setup Frequency Below 30MHz
RADIATED EMISSION TEST SETUP 30MHz-1000MHz
RADIATED EMISSION TEST SETUP ABOVE 1000MHz
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9.2.3 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
(a) On any frequency outside a licensee’s frequency block (e.g. A, D, B, etc.) within the USPCS spectrum,
the power of any emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P, in Watts) by at least
43+10Log(P) dB. The specification that emissions shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) by
at least 43 + 10 log (P) dB, translates in the relevant power range (1 to 0.001 W) to -13 dBm. At 1 W the
specified minimum attenuation becomes 43 dB and relative to a 30 dBm (1 W) carrier becomes a limit of
-13 dBm. At 0.001 W (0 dBm) the minimum attenuation is 13 dB, which again yields a limit of -13 dBm. In
this way a translation of the specification from relative to absolute terms is carried out.
Note: only result the worst condition of each test mode:
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9.2.4 MEASUREMENT RESULT
GSM 850:
The Worst Test Results for Channel 251/848.8 MHz(1GHz-9GHz)
Frequency
Emission Level
Limits
Margin
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
1697.66
-48.82
-13.00
-35.82
Horizontal
2395.27
-34.47
-13.00
-21.47
Horizontal
3790.46
-27.06
-13.00
-14.06
Horizontal
1697.63
-48.59
-13.00
-35.59
Vertical
2395.18
-35.06
-13.00
-22.06
Vertical
3790.42
-26.83
-13.00
-13.83
Vertical
Comment
PCS 1900:
The Worst Test Results for Channel 810/1909.8MHz(1GHz-20GHz)
Frequency
Emission Level
Limits
Margin
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
1847.65
-49.16
-13.00
-36.16
Horizontal
3819.68
-38.84
-13.00
-25.84
Horizontal
7639.47
-26.23
-13.00
-13.23
Horizontal
1887.51
-49.91
-13.00
-36.91
Vertical
3819.63
-37.85
-13.00
-24.85
Vertical
7639.51
-26.43
-13.00
-13.43
Vertical
Comment
HSPA band II:
The Worst Test Results for Channel 9538/1907.6MHz(1GHz-20GHz)
Frequency
Emission Level
Limits
Margin
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
1879.54
-49.75
-13.00
-36.75
Horizontal
3814.86
-39.15
-13.00
-26.15
Horizontal
7629.65
-27.91
-13.00
-14.91
Horizontal
1881.47
-50.76
-13.00
-37.76
Vertical
3814.87
-38.94
-13.00
-25.94
Vertical
7629.69
-27.77
-13.00
-14.77
Vertical
Comment
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HSPA band V:
The Worst Test Results for Channel 4233/846.6MHz(1GHz-9GHz)
Frequency
Emission Level
Limits
Margin
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dBm)
(dB)
1692.84
-47.57
-13.00
-34.57
Horizontal
2385.67
-34.42
-13.00
-21.42
Horizontal
3771.22
-27.68
-13.00
-14.68
Horizontal
1692.79
-48.76
-13.00
-35.76
Vertical
2385.57
-37.22
-13.00
-24.22
Vertical
3771.58
-27.5
-13.00
-14.5
Vertical
RESULT: PASS
Note:
1. Margin = Emission Leve -Limit
2. Below 30MHZ no Spurious found and Above is the worst mode data.
Comment
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10. FREQUENCY STABILITY
10.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD
In order to measure the carrier frequency under the condition of AFC lock, it is necessary to make
measurements with the EUT in a “call mode”. This is accomplished with the use of R&S CMU200 DIGITAL
RADIO COMMUNICATION TESTER.
Measure the carrier frequency at room temperature.
Subject the EUT to overnight soak at -10℃.
With the EUT, powered via nominal voltage, connected to the CMU200 and in a simulated call on the
centre channel, measure the carrier frequency. These measurements should be made within 2 minutes of
Powering up the EUT, to prevent significant self-warming.
Repeat the above measurements at 10℃ increments from -10℃ to +55℃. Allow at least 1 1/2 hours
at each temperature, unpowered, before making measurements.
Re-measure carrier frequency at room temperature with nominal voltage. Vary supply voltage from
minimum voltage to maximum voltage, in 0.1Volt increments re-measuring carrier frequency at each
voltage. Pause at nominal voltage for 1 1/2 hours unpowered, to allow any self-heating to stabilize, before
continuing.
Subject the EUT to overnight soak at +55℃.
With the EUT, powered via nominal voltage, connected to the CMU200 and in a simulated call on the
centre channel, measure the carrier frequency. These measurements should be made within 2 minutes of
Powering up the EUT, to prevent significant self-warming.
Repeat the above measurements at 10℃ increments from +55℃ to -10℃. Allow at least 1 1/2 hours
at each temperature, unpowered, before making measurements.
At all temperature levels hold the temperature to +/- 0.5℃ during the measurement procedure.
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10.2 PROVISIONS APPLICABLE
10.2.1 FOR HAND CARRIED BATTERY POWERED EQUIPMENT
According to the ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016, the frequency stability of the carrier shall be accurate to
within 0.1 ppm of the received frequency from the base station. This accuracy is sufficient to meet Sec.
24.235, Frequency Stability. The frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that the fundamental
emission stays within the authorized frequency block. As this transceiver is considered "Hand carried,
battery powered equipment" Section 2.1055(d)(2) applies. This requires that the lower voltage for
frequency stability testing be specified by the manufacturer. This transceiver is specified to operate with an
input voltage of between 3.0VDC and 4.25VDC, with a nominal voltage of3.7VDC. Operation above or
below these voltage limits is prohibited by transceiver software in order to prevent improper operation as
well as to protect components from overstress. These voltages represent a tolerance of -10 % and
+12.5 %. For the purposes of measuring frequency stability these voltage limits are to be used.
10.2.2 FOR EQUIPMENT POWERED BY PRIMARY SUPPLY VOLTAGE
According to the ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016,the frequency stability of the carrier shall be accurate to
within 0.1 ppm of the received frequency from the base station. This accuracy is sufficient to meet Sec.
24.235, Frequency Stability. The frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that the fundamental
emission stays within the authorized frequency block. For this EUT section 2.1055(d)(1) applies. This
requires varying primary supply voltage from 85 to 115 percent of the nominal value for other than hand
carried battery equipment, the normal environment temperature is 20oC.
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10.3 MEASUREMENT RESULT
Test Results
Frequency Error vs. Voltage:
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Temp.
Volt.(V)
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
TN
VL
-0.84
-0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
-6.33
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
-10.20
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VL
-8.59
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
-7.43
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
-7.10
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VL
-6.13
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
-9.17
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
-8.72
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
Verdict
LCH
GSM850
GPRS
MCH
HCH
Verdict
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Temp.
Volt. (V)
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
TN
VL
43.26
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
34.68
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
34.16
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
VL
25.76
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
30.87
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
27.25
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VL
32.41
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
31.12
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
27.77
0.01
±2.5
PASS
LCH
PCS
1900
GPRS
MCH
HCH
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Frequency Error vs. Temperature:
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Volt.
Temp. ℃
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
VN
-10
-7.81
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-1.10
-0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
2.00
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
0.52
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
-8.78
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
-9.36
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
-5.42
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
-13.04
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-7.68
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
-5.81
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
-12.46
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
-9.81
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
-14.98
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
-10.91
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
-8.52
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-13.88
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
-11.36
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
-10.20
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
-8.27
-0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
-16.27
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
-15.82
-0.02
±2.5
PASS
GSM850
GSM850
GSM850
GPRS
GPRS
GPRS
LCH
MCH
HCH
Verdict
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Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Volt.
Temp. ℃
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
VN
-10
32.54
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
42.62
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
34.22
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
44.17
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
38.55
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
27.06
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
24.15
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
34.55
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
25.25
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
26.22
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
17.89
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
21.24
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
25.83
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
28.15
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
28.99
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
27.83
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
22.99
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
20.60
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
34.16
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
31.51
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
18.85
0.01
±2.5
PASS
PCS
1900
PCS
1900
PCS
1900
GPRS
GPRS
GPRS
LCH
MCH
HCH
Verdict
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Frequency Error vs. Voltage:
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Temp.
Volt.(V)
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
TN
VL
6.36
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
3.88
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
3.43
0.00
±2.5
PASS
TN
VL
9.00
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
8.91
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
9.93
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VL
5.51
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
7.55
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
6.73
0.01
±2.5
PASS
LCH
WCDMA850
UMTS
MCH
HCH
Verdict
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Temp.
Volt.(V)
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
TN
VL
23.39
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
20.77
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
24.86
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VL
26.79
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
28.29
0.02
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
24.87
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VL
23.39
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VN
27.42
0.01
±2.5
PASS
TN
VH
33.75
0.02
±2.5
PASS
LCH
WCDMA1900
UMTS
MCH
HCH
Verdict
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Frequency Error vs. Temperature:
Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Volt.
Temp. ℃
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
VN
-10
3.19
0.00
±2.5
PASS
VN
7.20
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
6.07
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
4.84
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
7.14
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
6.99
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
8.90
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
11.86
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
11.92
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
10.28
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
7.92
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
11.80
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
10.56
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
10.42
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
8.76
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
7.19
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
11.35
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
8.01
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
9.25
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
8.65
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
9.19
0.01
±2.5
PASS
WCDMA850
WCDMA850
WCDMA850
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
LCH
MCH
HCH
Verdict
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Test
Test
Test
Test
Test
Freq.Error
Freq.vs.rated
Limit
Band
Mode
Channel
Volt.
Temp. ℃
(Hz)
(ppm)
(ppm)
VN
-10
24.09
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
24.08
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
20.78
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
26.89
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
23.24
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
23.12
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
22.92
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
30.03
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
26.08
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
27.16
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
31.05
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
23.96
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
23.45
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
25.83
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
-10
32.18
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
24.54
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
10
29.50
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
20
28.72
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
30
27.69
0.01
±2.5
PASS
VN
40
29.72
0.02
±2.5
PASS
VN
50
26.50
0.01
±2.5
PASS
WCDMA1900
WCDMA1900
WCDMA1900
UMTS
UMTS
UMTS
LCH
MCH
HCH
Verdict
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APPENDIX A: PHOTOGRAPHS OF TEST SETUP
CONDUCTED EMISSION
RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSION
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CONDUCTED MEASUREMENTS
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