APEX037457 ACCESS POINT Test Report 1 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company ACCESS POINT

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MRT Technology (Taiwan) Co., Ltd
Phone: +886-3-3288388
Web:
www.mrt-cert.com
Report No.: 1710TW0108-U3
Report Version:
V01
Issue Date:
11-15-2017
MEASUREMENT REPORT
FCC PART 15 Subpart E WLAN 802.11a/n/ac
FCC ID:
Q9DAPEX037457
APPLICANT:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Application Type:
Certification
Product:
ACCESS POINT
Model No.:
APEX0374, APEX0375, APEX0377
Brand Name:
FCC Classification: Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (UNII)
FCC Rule Part(s):
Part15 Subpart E (Section 15.407)
Test Procedure(s):
ANSI C63.10-2013, KDB 789033 D02v01r04,
KDB 644545 D03v01, KDB 662911 D01v02r01
Test Date:
Reviewed By
August 01 ~ November 10, 2017
( Paddy Chen )
Approved By
(Chenz Ker)
The test results relate only to the samples tested.
This equipment has been shown to be capable of compliance with the applicable technical standards as
indicated in the measurementreport and was tested in accordance with the measurement procedures specified
in KDB 789033 D02v01r04. Test results reported hereinrelate only to the item(s) tested.
The test report shall not be reproduced except in full without the written approval of MRT Technology (Taiwan)
Co., Ltd.
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Revision History
Report No.
Version
Description
Issue Date
Note
1710TW0108-U3
Rev. 01
Initial report
11-15-2017
Valid
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CONTENTS
Description
Page
§2.1033General Information .......................................................................................................... 6
1.
2.
3.
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 7
1.1.
Scope ........................................................................................................................... 7
1.2.
MRT Test Location ....................................................................................................... 7
PRODUCT INFORMATION ..................................................................................................... 8
2.1.
Equipment Description.................................................................................................. 8
2.2.
Product Specification Subjective to this Report ............................................................. 8
2.3.
Working Frequencies for this report .............................................................................. 9
2.4.
Description of Available Antennas ............................................................................... 10
2.5.
Description of Antenna RF Port .................................................................................. 12
2.6.
Test Mode .................................................................................................................. 13
2.7.
Description of Test Software ....................................................................................... 14
2.8.
Device Capabilities ..................................................................................................... 19
2.9.
Test Configuration ...................................................................................................... 23
2.10.
EMI Suppression Device(s)/Modifications ................................................................... 23
2.11.
Labeling Requirements ............................................................................................... 23
DESCRIPTION OF TEST ...................................................................................................... 24
3.1.
Evaluation Procedure ................................................................................................. 24
3.2.
AC Line Conducted Emissions ................................................................................... 24
3.3.
Radiated Emissions .................................................................................................... 25
4.
ANTENNA REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................ 26
5.
TEST EQUIPMENT CALIBRATION DATE ............................................................................ 27
6.
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ......................................................................................... 28
7.
TEST RESULT ...................................................................................................................... 29
7.1.
Summary .................................................................................................................... 29
7.2.
26dB Bandwidth Measurement ................................................................................... 30
7.2.1. Test Limit .................................................................................................................... 30
7.2.2. TestProcedure used .................................................................................................... 30
7.2.3. TestSetting .................................................................................................................. 30
7.2.4. Test Setup .................................................................................................................. 30
7.2.5. Test Result .................................................................................................................. 31
7.3.
6dB Bandwidth Measurement ..................................................................................... 32
7.3.1. Test Limit .................................................................................................................... 32
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7.3.2. Test Procedure used ................................................................................................... 32
7.3.3. TestSetting .................................................................................................................. 32
7.3.4. Test Setup .................................................................................................................. 32
7.3.5. TestResult................................................................................................................... 33
7.4.
Output Power Measurement ....................................................................................... 34
7.4.1. TestLimit ..................................................................................................................... 34
7.4.2. Test Procedure Used .................................................................................................. 34
7.4.3. Test Setting ................................................................................................................. 34
7.4.4. Test Setup .................................................................................................................. 34
7.4.5. TestResult................................................................................................................... 35
7.5.
Transmit Power Control .............................................................................................. 36
7.5.1. Test Limit .................................................................................................................... 36
7.5.2. Test Procedure Used .................................................................................................. 36
7.5.3. Test Setting ................................................................................................................. 36
7.5.4. Test Setup .................................................................................................................. 36
7.5.5. Test Result .................................................................................................................. 36
7.6.
Power Spectral Density Measurement ........................................................................ 37
7.6.1. TestLimit ..................................................................................................................... 37
7.6.2. Test Procedure Used .................................................................................................. 37
7.6.3. Test Setting ................................................................................................................. 37
7.6.4. Test Setup .................................................................................................................. 38
7.6.5. Test Result .................................................................................................................. 38
7.7.
Frequency Stability Measurement............................................................................... 39
7.7.1. TestLimit ..................................................................................................................... 39
7.7.2. Test Procedure Used .................................................................................................. 39
7.7.3. Test Setup .................................................................................................................. 40
7.7.4. Test Result .................................................................................................................. 40
7.8.
Radiated Spurious Emission Measurement ................................................................ 41
7.8.1. Test Limit .................................................................................................................... 41
7.8.2. Test Procedure Used .................................................................................................. 41
7.8.3. Test Setting ................................................................................................................. 41
7.8.4. Test Setup .................................................................................................................. 43
7.8.5. Test Result .................................................................................................................. 44
7.9.
Radiated RestrictedBand Edge Measurement ............................................................ 45
7.9.1. Test Limit .................................................................................................................... 45
7.9.2. Test Procedure Used .................................................................................................. 46
7.9.3. Test Setting ................................................................................................................. 46
7.9.4. Test Result .................................................................................................................. 47
7.10.
AC Conducted Emissions Measurement..................................................................... 48
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7.10.1. TestLimit ..................................................................................................................... 48
7.10.2. Test Procedure ........................................................................................................... 48
7.10.3. Test Setup .................................................................................................................. 49
7.10.4. Test Result .................................................................................................................. 49
8.
CONCLUSION....................................................................................................................... 50
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§2.1033General Information
Applicant:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Applicant Address:
3000 Hanover St. Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA
Manufacturer:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Manufacturer Address:
3000 Hanover St. Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA
Test Site:
MRT Technology (Taiwan) Co., Ltd
Test Site Address:
No. 38, Fuxing Second Rd., Guishan Dist., Taoyuan City 333, Taiwan
(R.O.C)
FCC Registration No.:
153292
FCC Rule Part(s):
Part15 Subpart E (Section 15.407)
Model No.:
APEX0374, APEX0375, APEX0377
FCC ID:
Q9DAPEX037457
APEX0374 (Conducted Sample S/N: CNDNK7Z002,
Radiated Sample S/N: CNDNK7Z001)
Test Device Serial No.:
APEX0375 (Conducted Sample S/N: CNDJK8001T,
Radiated Sample S/N: CNDJK8001L)
APEX0377 (Conducted Sample S/N: CNDJK8001J,
Radiated Sample S/N: CNDNK81002)
Test Facility / Accreditations
Measurements were performed at MRT Laboratory located in Fuxing Rd., Taoyuan, Taiwan
( R.O.C )
MRT facility is a FCC registered (Reg. No. 153292) test facility with the site description report
on file and is designated by the FCC as an Accredited Test Film.
 MRT facility is an IC registered (MRT Reg. No. 21723-1) test laboratory with the site
description on file at Industry Canada.
 MRT Lab is accredited to ISO 17025 by the American Association for Laboratory
Accreditation (TAF) under the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation Program
(TAF Cert. No. 3261) in EMC, Telecommunications and Radio testing for FCC, Industry
Taiwan, EU and TELEC Rules.
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1.
INTRODUCTION
1.1. Scope
Measurement and determination of electromagnetic emissions (EMC) of radio frequency devices
includingintentional and/or unintentional radiators for compliance with the technical rules and
regulations of the FederalCommunications Commission and the Industry Canada Certification and
Engineering Bureau.
1.2. MRT Test Location
The map below shows the location of the MRT LABORATORY, its proximity to the Taoyuan City.
These measurement tests were conducted at the MRT Technology (Taiwan) Co., Ltd. Facility
located at No.38, Fuxing 2nd Rd., Guishan Dist., Taoyuan City 33377, Taiwan (R.O.C).
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2.
PRODUCT INFORMATION
2.1. Equipment Description
Product Name
ACCESS POINT
Model No.
APEX0374, APEX0375, APEX0377
Brand Name:
Wi-Fi Specification:
802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth Specification:
v4.0 single mode
Software Version:
R660.1.1.0.3.005
Operating Temperature:
-40 ~ 65 °C
Power Type:
POE input or AC adapter input
Operating Environment:
Outdoor Use
Note 1: The difference between three models is that the EUT use different antenna and appearance,
other hardware and software are the same. Each model has its own power parameter value.
Note 2: The applicant provide one POE adapter (Manufacturer: MICROSEMI & Model:
PD-9001GR/AT/AC) for approval testing, it is not for sale.
2.2. Product Specification Subjective to this Report
Frequency Range:
For 802.11a/n-HT20/ac-VHT20:
5180~5240MHz, 5745~5825MHz
For 802.11n-HT40/ac-VHT40:
5190~5230MHz, 5755~5795MHz
For 802.11ac-VHT80:
5210MHz, 5775MHz
For 802.11ac-VHT80+80:
5210MHz + 5775MHz
Type of Modulation:
802.11a/n/ac: OFDM
Data Rate
802.11a: 6/9/12/18/24/36/48/54Mbps
802.11n: up to 600Mbps
802.11ac: up to 1733.2Mbps
Note: For other features of this EUT, test report will be issued separately.
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2.3. Working Frequencies for this report
802.11a/n-HT20/ac-VHT20
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
36
5180 MHz
40
5200 MHz
44
5220 MHz
48
5240 MHz
149
5745 MHz
153
5765 MHz
157
5785 MHz
161
5805 MHz
165
5825 MHz
802.11n-HT40/ac-VHT40
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
38
5190 MHz
46
5230 MHz
151
5755 MHz
159
5795 MHz
--
--
--
--
802.11ac-VHT80/ac-VHT80+80
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
Channel
Frequency
42
5210 MHz
155
5775 MHz
--
--
Note: For 802.11ac-VHT80+80 mode, Ant 0 & Ant 1 port work on one frequency of the above table,
Ant 2 & Ant 3 port work on another frequency of the above table. E.g, channel 42 + 155 group,
channel 42 will transmit by Ant 0+1 port and channel 155 will transmit by Ant 2+3 port.
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2.4. Description of Available Antennas
Model No.: APEX0374
Antenna
Polarization
Frequency
No.
Model No.
Max
30
BF
CDD Directional
Band
Peak
Degree
Gain
Gain (dBi)
(GHz)
Gain
Antenna
(dBi)
(dBi)
Gain
For
For
Power
PSD
(dBi)
Wi-Fi External Antenna List (2.4GHz 2*2 MIMO, 5GHz 4*4 MIMO)
1 (Note 3)
Omni
2.4
ANT-2x2-2005
5.0
N/A
5.0
5.00
2 (Note 3)
Omni
ANT-2x2-5005
5.0
3.0
5.0
8.01
3 (Note 3)
Directional
2.4
ANT-2x2-2314
14.0
N/A
14.0
14.00
4 (Note 3)
Directional
ANT-3x3-5712
11.5
1.5
3.0
11.5
14.51
5 (Note 3)
Directional
ANT-4x4-5314
14.0
6.0
3.0
14.0
17.01
6 (Note 3)
Directional
MT-484052/NVH
16.0
3.0
3.0
16.0
19.01
7.5
N/A
3.0
7.5
10.51
7 (Note 3)
Directional
7.5
4.5
3.0
7.5
10.51
5.0
N/A
3.0
5.0
8.01
5.0
4.0
3.0
5.0
8.01
2.4
ANT-3x3-D608
2.4
8 (Note 3)
Directional
ANT-3x3-D100
Bluetooth Internal Antenna
PCB
2.4
3.0
Model No.: APEX0377
Polarization
Frequency
Max
30 Degree
BF Gain
CDD Directional
Band
Peak Gain
Antenna Gain
(dBi)
Gain (dBi)
(GHz)
(dBi)
(dBi)
For Power
For PSD
Wi-Fi Internal Antenna List (2.4GHz 2*2 MIMO, 5GHz 4*4 MIMO)
Directional (Note 3)
2.4
6.4
N/A
0.0
6.4
6.40
Directional (Note 3)
6.3
6.3
3.0
6.3
9.31
Bluetooth Internal Antenna
PCB
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6.7
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Model No.: APEX0375
Polarization
Frequency
Max
30 Degree
BF Gain
CDD Directional
Band
Peak Gain
Antenna Gain
(dBi)
Gain (dBi)
(GHz)
(dBi)
(dBi)
For Power
For PSD
Wi-Fi Internal Antenna List (2.4GHz 2*2 MIMO, 5GHz 4*4 MIMO)
Directional (Note 3)
2.4
4.0
N/A
0.0
4.0
4.00
Directional (Note 3)
4.6
-4.0
3.0
4.6
7.61
Bluetooth Internal Antenna
PCB
2.4
4.5
Note:
1. The EUT supports Cyclic Delay Diversity (CDD) mode, and CDD signals are correlated.
For CDD transmissions, directional gain is calculated as follows, NANT = 2, NSS = 1.
If all antennas have the same gain, GANT, Directional gain = GANT + Array Gain, where Array Gain is as
follows.
•
For power spectral density (PSD) measurements on all devices,
Array Gain = 10 log (NANT/ NSS) dB = 3.01;
•
For power measurements on IEEE 802.11 devices,
Array Gain = 0 dB for NANT ≤ 4;
2. The EUT also supports Beam Forming mode, and the Beam Forming support 802.11n/ac, not include
802.11a/b/g.
Directional gain = GANT + BF Gain, BF Gain was declared by the applicant.
3. These antennas have Cross-Polarized design, the detail see the antenna specification.
4. For Model No.: APEX0374 approval, we selected the max peak gain antenna of each type to perform RF
testing. (Omni antenna 1# and 2#, Directional antenna 3# and 6#)
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2.5. Description of Antenna RF Port
Antenna RF Port
--
2.4GHz RF Port
Software Control Port
Ant 0
Ant 1
5GHz RF Port
Ant 0
Ant 1
Ant 2
Ant 3
APEX0374
APEX0375
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2.6. Test Mode
Test Mode
Mode 1: Transmit by 802.11a
Mode 2: Transmit by 802.11n-HT20
Mode 3: Transmit by 802.11n-HT40
Mode 4: Transmit by 802.11ac-VHT20
Mode 5: Transmit by 802.11ac-VHT40
Mode 6: Transmit by 802.11ac-VHT80
Mode 7: Transmit by 802.11ac-VHT80+80
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
5GHz Test Mode
CDD
Beam-Forming
802.11a
√
×
802.11n-HT20
√
√
802.11n-HT40
√
√
802.11ac-VHT20
√
√
802.11ac-VHT40
√
√
802.11ac-VHT80
√
√
802.11ac-VHT80+80
√
√
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2.7. Description of Test Software
The test utility software used during testing was“QCARCT”, and the version was “v3.0.174.0”.
Power Parameter Value for APEX0374 / Omni Antenna (ANT-2x2-5005):
Test Mode
802.11a
802.11 n-HT20
802.11n-HT40
802.11ac-VHT20
802.11ac-VHT40
802.11ac-VHT80
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Test Channel Test Frequency
Power Parameter Value
No.
(MHz)
CDD Mode
Beam-Forming Mode
36
5180
14.5
--
44
5220
14.5
--
48
5240
14.5
--
149
5745
22.5
--
157
5785
22.5
--
165
5825
22.0
--
36
5180
15.0
11.5
44
5220
15.0
11.5
48
5240
15.0
12.0
149
5745
22.5
22.0
157
5785
22.5
22.0
165
5825
22.5
22.0
38
5190
15.0
11.0
46
5230
15.0
11.0
151
5755
22.5
22.0
159
5795
22.0
21.5
36
5180
15.0
11.5
44
5220
15.0
11.5
48
5240
15.0
12.0
149
5745
23.0
22.5
157
5785
22.5
22.0
165
5825
22.5
21.5
38
5190
15.0
11.0
46
5230
15.0
11.0
151
5755
22.5
21.5
159
5795
22.0
21.0
42
5210
14.5
11.0
155
5775
20.0
20.0
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Test Mode
Test Channel Test Frequency
No.
802.11ac-VHT80+80
(MHz)
Power Parameter Value for
CDD & Beam-Forming Mode
Ant 0 + 1 /
Ant 2 + 3 /
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
42
5210
17.5
--
42
5210
--
17.5
155
5775
22.0
--
155
5775
--
22.0
Power Parameter Value for APEX0374 / Directional Antenna (MT-484052/NVH):
Test Mode
802.11a
802.11 n-HT20
802.11n-HT40
802.11ac-VHT20
802.11ac-VHT40
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Test Channel Test Frequency
Power Parameter Value
No.
(MHz)
CDD Mode
Beam-Forming Mode
36
5180
9.0
--
44
5220
8.5
--
48
5240
8.5
--
149
5745
14.0
--
157
5785
14.0
--
165
5825
13.5
--
36
5180
9.0
5.5
44
5220
9.0
6.0
48
5240
9.0
6.0
149
5745
14.0
11.0
157
5785
14.0
11.0
165
5825
13.5
10.5
38
5190
9.0
5.0
46
5230
9.0
5.5
151
5755
13.5
11.0
159
5795
13.5
11.0
36
5180
9.0
6.0
44
5220
9.0
6.0
48
5240
9.0
6.0
149
5745
14.0
11.5
157
5785
14.0
11.0
165
5825
13.5
10.5
38
5190
9.0
5.5
46
5230
9.0
5.5
151
5755
13.5
10.5
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802.11ac-VHT80
Test Mode
159
5795
13.5
10.5
42
5210
9.0
5.0
155
5775
13.5
10.0
Test Channel Test Frequency
No.
802.11ac-VHT80+80
(MHz)
Power Parameter Value for
CDD & Beam-Forming Mode
Ant 0 + 1 /
Ant 2 + 3 /
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
42
5210
11.0
--
42
5210
--
11.5
155
5775
17.0
--
155
5775
--
17.0
Power Parameter Value for APEX0375:
Test Mode
802.11a
802.11n-HT20
802.11n-HT40
802.11ac-VHT20
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Test Channel Test Frequency
Power Parameter Value
No.
(MHz)
CDD Mode
Beam-Forming Mode
36
5180
17.0
--
44
5220
17.0
--
48
5240
17.0
--
149
5745
21.0
--
157
5785
21.0
--
165
5825
21.0
--
36
5180
17.5
14.5
44
5220
17.5
14.5
48
5240
17.5
14.5
149
5745
21.0
21.0
157
5785
21.0
21.0
165
5825
21.0
21.0
38
5190
17.0
14.0
46
5230
17.0
14.0
151
5755
21.0
21.0
159
5795
21.0
21.0
36
5180
17.5
14.5
44
5220
17.5
14.5
48
5240
17.5
14.5
149
5745
21.0
21.0
157
5785
21.0
21.0
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802.11ac-VHT40
802.11ac-VHT80
Test Mode
165
5825
21.0
21.0
38
5190
17.0
14.0
46
5230
17.0
14.0
151
5755
21.0
21.0
159
5795
21.0
21.0
42
5210
14.5
13.5
155
5775
20.5
20.5
Test Channel Test Frequency
No.
802.11ac-VHT80+80
(MHz)
Power Parameter Value for
CDD & Beam-Forming Mode
Ant 0 + 1 /
Ant 2 + 3 /
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
42
5210
20.0
--
42
5210
--
20.5
155
5775
21.0
--
155
5775
--
21.0
Power Parameter Value for APEX0377:
Test Mode
802.11a
802.11n-HT20
802.11n-HT40
802.11ac-VHT20
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Test Channel Test Frequency
Power Parameter Value
No.
(MHz)
CDD Mode
Beam-Forming Mode
36
5180
9.0
--
44
5220
9.0
--
48
5240
9.0
--
149
5745
21.0
--
157
5785
21.0
--
165
5825
21.0
--
36
5180
9.0
5.5
44
5220
9.0
5.5
48
5240
9.0
6.0
149
5745
21.0
18.5
157
5785
21.0
18.5
165
5825
21.0
18.5
38
5190
8.5
5.0
46
5230
8.5
5.0
151
5755
21.0
18.5
159
5795
21.0
18.5
36
5180
9.0
5.5
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802.11ac-VHT40
802.11ac-VHT80
Test Mode
44
5220
9.0
6.0
48
5240
9.0
6.0
149
5745
21.0
19.0
157
5785
21.0
18.5
165
5825
21.0
18.5
38
5190
8.5
5.0
46
5230
8.5
5.0
151
5755
21.0
18.5
159
5795
21.0
18.0
42
5210
8.5
5.0
155
5775
18.5
18.0
Test
Test Frequency
Power Parameter Value for
Channel
(MHz)
CDD & Beam-Forming Mode
No.
802.11ac-VHT80+80
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Ant 0 + 1 /
Ant 2 + 3 /
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
Ant 0 + 1 + 2 + 3
42
5210
11.0
--
42
5210
--
11.5
155
5775
19.5
--
155
5775
--
20.5
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2.8. Device Capabilities
This device contains the following capabilities:
802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi and BT v4.0 single mode
Note: 5GHz (NII) operation is possible in 20MHz, 40MHz and 80MHz channel bandwidths. The
maximum achievable duty cycles for all modes were determined based on measurements performed
on a spectrum analyzer in zero-span mode with RBW = 8MHz, VBW = 50MHz, and detector =
average per the guidance of Section B)2)b) of KDB 789033 D02v01r04. The RBW and VBW were
both greater than 50/T, where T is the minimum transmission duration, and the number of sweep
points across T was greater than 100. The duty cycles are as follows:
Model No.
APEX0374
APEX0375
APEX0377
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Test Mode
Duty Cycle
802.11a
97.08 %
802.11n-HT20
98.80 %
802.11n-HT40
96.95 %
802.11ac-VHT20
98.80 %
802.11ac-VHT40
96.98 %
802.11ac-VHT80
94.67 %
802.11a
96.71 %
802.11n-HT20
98.61 %
802.11n-HT40
96.98 %
802.11ac-VHT20
98.61 %
802.11ac-VHT40
96.99 %
802.11ac-VHT80
93.86 %
802.11a
97.08 %
802.11n-HT20
98.61 %
802.11n-HT40
96.97 %
802.11ac-VHT20
98.61 %
802.11ac-VHT40
97.18 %
802.11ac-VHT80
94.11 %
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APEX0374 (T = Transmission Duration)
802.11a (T = 2.029ms)
802.11n-HT20 (T = 4.960ms)
802.11n-HT40 (T = 2.385ms)
802.11ac-VHT20 (T = 4.960ms)
802.11ac-VHT40 (T = 2.405ms)
802.11ac-VHT80 (T = 1.137ms)
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APEX0375 (T = Transmission Duration)
802.11a (T = 2.029ms)
802.11n-HT20 (T = 4.960ms)
802.11n-HT40 (T = 2.410ms)
802.11ac-VHT20 (T = 4.970ms)
802.11ac-VHT40 (T = 2.415ms)
802.11ac-VHT80 (T = 1.132ms)
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APEX0377 (T = Transmission Duration)
802.11a (T = 2.029ms)
802.11n-HT20 (T = 4.950ms)
802.11n-HT40 (T = 2.400ms)
802.11ac-VHT20 (T = 4.970ms)
802.11ac-VHT40 (T = 2.410ms)
802.11ac-VHT80 (T = 1.135ms)
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2.9. Test Configuration
The ACCESS POINTwas tested per the guidance of KDB 789033 D02v01r04. ANSI C63.10-2013
was used to reference the appropriate EUT setup for radiated spurious emissions testingand AC line
conducted testing.
2.10. EMI Suppression Device(s)/Modifications
No EMI suppression device(s) were added and/or no modifications were made during testing.
2.11. Labeling Requirements
Per 2.1074 & 15.19; Docket 95-19
The label shall be permanently affixed at a conspicuous location on the device; instruction manual or
pamphletsupplied to the user and be readily visible to the purchaser at the time of purchase.
However, when the deviceis so small wherein placement of the label with specified statement is not
practical, only the FCC ID must be displayed on the device per Section 15.19(a)(5). Please see
attachment for FCC ID label andlabel location.
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3.
DESCRIPTION OF TEST
3.1. Evaluation Procedure
The measurement procedures described in the American National Standard for Testing Unlicensed
WirelessDevices (ANSI C63.10-2013), and the guidance provided in KDB 789033 D02v01r04 were
used in themeasurement of the ACCESS POINT.
Deviation from measurement procedure…………………………….....................................None
3.2. AC Line Conducted Emissions
The line-conducted facility is located inside an8'x4'x4' shielded enclosure. A 1m x 2m wooden table
80cm high is placed 40cm away from the vertical wall and 80cm away from the sidewall of the
shielded room. Two 10kHz-30MHz, 50Ω/50uH Line-Impedance Stabilization Networks (LISNs) are
bonded to the shielded room floor. Power to the LISNs is filtered by external high-current
high-insertion loss power line filters. These filters attenuate ambient signal noise from entering the
measurement lines. These filters are also bonded to the shielded enclosure.
The EUT is powered from one LISN and the support equipment is powered from the second LISN.
All interconnecting cables more than 1 meter were shortened to a 1 meter length by non-inductive
bundling (serpentine fashion) and draped over the back edge of the test table. All cables were at
least 40cm above the horizontal reference ground-plane. Power cables for support equipment were
routed down to the second LISN while ensuring that that cables were not draped over the second
LISN.
Sufficient time for the EUT, support equipment, and test equipment was allowed in order for them to
warm up to their normal operating condition. The RF output of the LISN was connected to the
receiver and exploratory measurements were made to determine the frequencies producing the
maximum emission from the EUT. The receiver was scanned from 150kHz to 30MHz. The detector
function was set to peak mode for exploratory measurements while the bandwidth of the analyzer
was set to 9kHz. The EUT, support equipment, and interconnecting cables were arranged and
manipulated to maximize each emission. Each emission was also maximized by varying: power lines,
the mode of operation or data exchange speed, or support equipment whichever determined the
worst-case emission. Once the worst case emissions have been identified, the one EUT cable
configuration/arrangement and mode of operation that produced these emissions are used for final
measurements on the same test site. The analyzer is set to CISPR quasi-peak and average
detectors with a 9kHz resolution bandwidth for final measurements.
An extension cord was used to connect to a single LISN which powered by EUT. The extension cord
was calibrated with LISN, the impedance and insertion loss are compliance with the requirements as
stated in ANSI C63.10-2013.
Line conducted emissions test results are shown in Section 7.10.
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3.3. Radiated Emissions
The radiated test facilities consisted of an indoor 3 meter semi-anechoic chamber used for final
measurements and exploratory measurements, when necessary. The measurement area is
contained within the semi-anechoic chamber which is shielded from any ambient interference. For
measurements above 1GHz absorbers are arranged on the floor between the turn table and the
antenna mast in such a way so as to maximize the reduction of reflections. For measurements below
1GHz, the absorbers are removed. A MF Model 210SS turntable is used for radiated measurement.
It is a continuously rotatable, remotecontrolled, metallic turntable and 2 meters (6.56 ft.) in diameter.
The turn table is flush with the raised floor of the chamber in order to maintain its function as a
ground plane. An80cm high PVC support structure is placed on top of the turntable.
For all measurements, the spectrum was scanned through all EUT azimuths and from 1 to 4 meter
receive antenna height using a broadband antenna from 30MHz up to the upper frequency shown in
15.33(b)(1) depending on the highest frequency generated or used in the device or on which the
device operates or tunes. For frequencies above 1GHz, linearly polarized double ridge horn
antennas were used. For frequencies below 30MHz, a calibrated loop antenna was used. When
exploratory measurements were necessary, they were performed at 1 meter test distance inside the
semi-anechoic chamber using broadband antennas, broadband amplifiers, and spectrum analyzers
to determine the frequencies and modes producing the maximum emissions. Sufficient time for the
EUT, support equipment, and test equipment was allowed in order for them to warm up to their
normal operating condition. The test set-up for frequencies below 1GHz was placed on top of the 0.8
meter high, 1 x 1.5 meter table; and test set-up for frequencies 1-40GHz was placed on top of the 1.5
meter high, 1 x 1.5 meter table. The EUT, support equipment, and interconnecting cables were
arranged and manipulated tomaximize each emission. Appropriate precaution was taken to ensure
that all emissions from the EUT were maximized and investigated. The system configuration, clock
speed, mode of operation or video resolution, if applicable, turntable azimuth, and receive antenna
height was noted for each frequency found.
Final measurements were made in the semi-anechoic chamber using calibrated, linearly polarized
broadband and horn antennas. The test setup was configured to the setup that produced the worst
case emissions. The spectrum analyzer was set to investigate all frequencies required for testing to
compare the highest radiated disturbances with respect to the specified limits. The turntable
containing the EUT was rotated through 360 degrees and the height of the receive antenna was
varied 1 to 4 meters and stopped at the azimuth and height producing the maximum emission. Each
emission was maximized by changing the orientation of the EUT through three orthogonal planes
and changing the polarity of the receive antenna, whichever produced the worst-case emissions.
According to 3dB Beam-Width of horn antenna, the horn antenna should be always directed to the
EUT when rising height.
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4.
ANTENNA REQUIREMENTS
Excerpt from §15.203 of the FCC Rules/Regulations:
“An intentional radiator antenna shall be designed to ensure that no antenna other than that
furnished by theresponsible party can be used with the device. The use of a permanently attached
antenna or of an antennathat uses a unique coupling to the intentional radiator shall be considered
sufficient to comply with theprovisions of this section.”
Conclusion:
The product is defined as the professional installation of equipment by the manufacturer, there is no
necessary to comply with the requirement of §15.203.
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5.
TEST EQUIPMENT CALIBRATION DATE
Conducted Emissions
Instrument
Manufacturer
Type No.
Asset No.
EMI Test Receiver
R&S
ESR3
MRTTWA00045 1 year
2018/03/17
Two-Line V-Network
R&S
ENV216
MRTTWA00019 1 year
2018/03/23
Two-Line V-Network
R&S
ENV216
MRTTWA00020 1 year
2018/03/23
35.1078.10.IT MRTTWA00033 1 year
2018/06/08
Temperature/Humidity Meter TFA
Cali. Interval Cali. Due Date
Radiated Emissions
Instrument
Manufacturer
Type No.
Asset No.
Signal Analyzer
R&S
FSV40
MRTTWA00007 1 year
2018/03/02
EMI Test Receiver
R&S
ESR3
MRTTWA00009 1 year
2018/03/16
Broadband Preamplifier
SCHWARZBECK BBV 9718
MRTTWA00005 1 year
2018/04/06
Broadband Amplifier
SCHWARZBECK BBV 9721
MRTTWA00006 1 year
2018/04/06
Acitve Loop Antenna
SCHWARZBECK FMZB 1519B
MRTTWA00002 1 year
2018/04/06
SCHWARZBECK VULB 9162
MRTTWA00001 1 year
2018/04/06
Broadband Hornantenna
SCHWARZBECK BBHA 9120D
MRTTWA00003 1 year
2018/04/06
Breitband Hornantenna
SCHWARZBECK BBHA 9170
MRTTWA00004 1 year
2018/04/06
35.1078.10.IT MRTTWA00033 1 year
2018/06/08
Broadband TRILOG
Antenna
Temperature/Humidity Meter TFA
Cali. Interval Cali. Due Date
Conducted Test Equipment
Instrument
Manufacturer
Type No.
Asset No.
EXA Signal Analyzer
KEYSIGHT
N9010A
MRTTWA00012 1 year
2018/07/10
KEYSIGHT
U2021XA
MRTTWA00014 1 year
2018/03/18
KEYSIGHT
U2021XA
MRTTWA00015 1 year
2018/03/18
TEN BILLION
TTH-B3UP
MRTTWA00036 1 year
2018/05/11
35.1078.10.IT MRTTWA00033 1 year
2018/06/08
X-Series USB Peak and
Average Power Sensor
X-Series USB Peak and
Average Power Sensor
Programmable Temperature
& Humidity Chamber
Temperature/Humidity Meter TFA
Cali. Interval Cali. Due Date
Software
Version
Function
e3
V 8.3.5
EMI Test Software
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6.
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
Where relevant, the following test uncertainty levels have been estimated for tests performed on the
EUT as specified in CISPR 16-4-2. This uncertainty represents an expanded uncertainty expressed
at approximately the 95% confidence level using a coverage factor of k = 2.
AC Conducted Emission Measurement - SR2
Measuring Uncertainty for a Level of Confidence of 95% (U=2Uc(y)):
150kHz~30MHz: 3.46dB
Radiated Emission Measurement - AC1
Measuring Uncertainty for a Level of Confidence of 95% (U=2Uc(y)):
9kHz ~ 1GHz: 4.18dB
1GHz ~ 40GHz: 4.76dB
Output Power - SR1
Measuring Uncertainty for a Level of Confidence of 95% (U=2Uc(y)):
1.13dB
Power Spectrum Density - SR1
Measuring Uncertainty for a Level of Confidence of 95% (U=2Uc(y)):
1.15dB
Occupied Bandwidth - SR1
Measuring Uncertainty for a Level of Confidence of 95% (U=2Uc(y)):
0.28%
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7.
TEST RESULT
7.1. Summary
Product Name:
ACCESS POINT
FCC ID:
Q9DAPEX037457
FCC Classification:
Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (UNII)
Data Rate / MCS
6Mbps ~ 54Mbps (a); MCS0 for802.11n-HT20MHz;
Tested:
MCS0 for 802.11n-HT40MHz; MCS0 for802.11ac-VHT20MHz;
MCS0 for 802.11ac-VHT40MHz; MCS0 for 802.11ac-VHT80MHz;
MCS0 for 802.11ac-VHT80+80MHz.
FCC
Test Description
Test Limit
Section(s)
Test
Test
Condition
Result
Reference
15.407(a)
26dB Bandwidth
N/A
Pass
Section 7.2
15.407(e)
6dB Bandwidth
≥ 500kHz
Pass
Section 7.3
15.407(a)(1)(i),
Maximum Conducted
(3)
Output Power
Refer to Section 7.4
Pass
Section 7.4
15.407(h)(1)
Transmit Power Control
N/A
Section 7.5
15.407(a)(1)(i),
Peak Power Spectral
(3), (5)
Density
Refer to Section 7.6
Pass
Section 7.6
15.407(g)
Frequency Stability
± 20 ppm
Pass
Section 7.7
Undesirable Emissions
Refer to Section 7.8
Pass
General Field Strength
Emissions in
Limits(Restricted Bands
restrictedbands must
andRadiated Emission
meet theradiated limits
Limits)
detailed in15.209
15.407(b)(1),
(4)(i)
15.205, 15.209
15.407(b)(5),
(6), (7)
≤ 24 dBm
AC Conducted
15.207
Emissions
150kHz - 30MHz
< FCC 15.207 limits
Conducted
Section
Radiated
7.8 & 7.9
Pass
Line
Pass
Conducted
Section
7.10
Notes:
1)
The analyzer plots shown in this section were all taken with a correction table loaded into the
analyzer.The correction table was used to account for the losses of the cables and attenuators used as
part ofthe system to connect the EUT to the analyzer at all frequencies of interest.
2)
Test Items “26dB Bandwidth” & “6dB Bandwidth” have been assessed MIMO transmission, and showed
the worst test data in this report.
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7.2. 26dB Bandwidth Measurement
7.2.1.Test Limit
N/A
7.2.2.TestProcedure used
KDB 789033 D02v01r04 - Section C.1
7.2.3.TestSetting
1. The analyzers’ automatic bandwidth measurement capability was used to perform the 26dB
bandwidth measurement. The “X” dB bandwidth parameter was set to X = 26. The automatic
bandwidth measurement function also has the capability of simultaneously measuring the 99%
occupied bandwidth. The bandwidth measurement was not influenced by any intermediated
power nulls in the fundamental emission.
2. RBW = approximately 1% of the emission bandwidth.
3. VBW ≥ 3×RBW.
4. Detector = Peak.
5. Trace mode = max hold.
7.2.4.Test Setup
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7.2.5.Test Result
For APEX0374, please refer to Annex D clause 1;
For APEX0375, please refer to Annex E clause 1;
For APEX0377, please refer to Annex F clause 1;
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7.3. 6dB Bandwidth Measurement
7.3.1.Test Limit
The minimum 6dBbandwidth shall be at least 500 kHz.
7.3.2.Test Procedure used
KDB 789033 D02v01r04 – Section C.2
7.3.3.TestSetting
1. Set center frequency to the nominal EUT channel center frequency.
2. RBW = 100 kHz.
3. VBW ≧ 3 × RBW.
4. Detector = Peak.
5. Trace mode = max hold.
6. Sweep = auto couple.
7. Allow the trace to stabilize.
8. Measure the maximum width of the emission that is constrained by the frequencies associated
with the two outermost amplitude points (upper and lower frequencies) that are attenuated by 6
dB relative to the maximum level measured in the fundamental emission.
7.3.4.Test Setup
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7.3.5.TestResult
For APEX0374, please refer to Annex D clause 2;
For APEX0375, please refer to Annex E clause 2;
For APEX0377, please refer to Annex F clause 2;
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7.4. Output Power Measurement
7.4.1.TestLimit
For an outdoor access point operating in the band 5.15-5.25 GHz, the maximum conducted output
power over the frequency band of operation shall not exceed 1 W provided the maximum antenna
gain does not exceed 6 dBi. The maximum e.i.r.p. at any elevation angle above 30 degrees as
measured from the horizon must not exceed 125 mW (21 dBm).
For the band 5.725-5.85 GHz, the maximum conducted output power over the frequency band of
operation shall not exceed 1 W (30dBm). If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than
6dBi are used, the maximumconducted output power shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the
directional gain of theantenna exceeds 6dBi.
7.4.2.Test Procedure Used
KDB 789033D02v01r04- Section E) 3) b) Method PM-G
7.4.3.Test Setting
Average power measurements were perform only when the EUT was transmitting at its maximum
power control level using a broadband power meter with a pulse sensor. The power meter
implemented triggering and gating capabilities which were set up such that power measurements
were recorded only during the ON time of the transmitter. The trace was averaged over 100 traces to
obtain the final measured average power.
7.4.4.Test Setup
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7.4.5.TestResult
For APEX0374, please refer to Annex D clause 3;
For APEX0375, please refer to Annex E clause 3;
For APEX0377, please refer to Annex F clause 3;
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7.5. Transmit Power Control
7.5.1.Test Limit
The U-NII device is required to have the capability to operate at least 6 dB below the mean EIRP
value of 30 dBm.
7.5.2.Test Procedure Used
KDB 789033 D02v01- Section E)3)b) Method PM-G
7.5.3.Test Setting
Average power measurements were perform only when the EUT was transmitting at its maximum
power control level using a broadband power meter with a pulse sensor. The power meter
implemented triggering and gating capabilities which were set up such that power measurements
were recorded only during the ON time of the transmitter. The trace was averaged over 100 traces to
obtain the final measured average power.
7.5.4.Test Setup
7.5.5.Test Result
A TPC mechanism is not required for systems operating in frequency band 5150 ~ 5250 MHz & 5725
~ 5850 MHz.
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7.6. Power Spectral Density Measurement
7.6.1.TestLimit
For an outdoor access point operating in the band 5.15-5.25 GHz, the maximum power spectral
density shall not exceed 17 dBm in any 1 megahertz band.
For the band 5.725-5.85 GHz, the maximum power spectral density shall not exceed 30 dBm in any
500-kHz band.
If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6dBi are used, the peak power spectral
density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional gain of theantenna exceeds 6dBi.
7.6.2.Test Procedure Used
KDB 789033 D02v01r04 – SectionF
7.6.3.Test Setting
1. Analyzer was set to the center frequency of the UNII channel under investigation
2. Span was set to encompass the entire 26dB EBW of the signal.
3. RBW = 1MHz, if measurement bandwidth of Maximum PSD is specified in 500 kHz,
RBW = 100 kHz
4. VBW = 3MHz
5. Number of sweep points ≥ 2 × (span / RBW)
6. Detector = power averaging (Average)
7. Sweep time = auto
8. Trigger = free run
9. Use the peak search function on the instrument to find the peak of the spectrum and record its
value.
10. Add 10*log(1/x), where x is the duty cycle, to the measured power in order to compute the
average power during the actual transmission times (because the measurement represents an
average over both the on and off times of the transmission). For example, add 10*log(1/0.25) = 6
dB if the duty cycle is 25 percent.
11. When the measurement bandwidth of Maximum PSD is specified in 500 kHz, add a constant
factor 10*log(500kHz/100kHz) = 6.99 dB to the measured result.
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7.6.4.Test Setup
7.6.5.Test Result
For APEX0374, please refer to Annex D clause 4;
For APEX0375, please refer to Annex E clause 4;
For APEX0377, please refer to Annex F clause 4;
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7.7. Frequency Stability Measurement
7.7.1.TestLimit
Manufactures of U-NII devices are responsible for ensuring frequency stability such that an emission
is maintained within the band of operation under all conditions of normal operation as specified in the
user’s manual.
The transmitter center frequency tolerance shall be ±20 ppm maximum for the 5GHz band (IEEE
802.11 specification).
7.7.2.Test Procedure Used
Frequency Stability Under Temperature Variations:
The equipment under test was connected to an external AC or DC power supply and input rated
voltage. RF output was connected to a frequency counter or spectrum analyzer via feed through
attenuators. The EUT was placed inside the temperature chamber. Set the spectrum analyzer RBW
low enough to obtain the desired frequency resolution and measure EUT 20°C operating frequency
as reference frequency. Turn EUT off and set the chamber temperature to highest. After the
temperature stabilized for approximately 30 minutes recorded the frequency. Repeat step measure
with 10°C decreased per stage until the lowest temperature reached.
Frequency Stability Under Voltage Variations:
Set chamber temperature to 20°C. Use a variable AC power supply / DC power source to power the
EUT and set the voltage to rated voltage. Set the spectrum analyzer RBW low enough to obtain the
desired frequency resolution and recorded the frequency.
Reduce the input voltage to specify extreme voltage variation (±15%) and endpoint, recordthe
maximum frequency change.
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7.7.3.Test Setup
7.7.4.Test Result
For APEX0374, please refer to Annex D clause 5;
For APEX0375, please refer to Annex E clause 5;
For APEX0377, please refer to Annex F clause 5;
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7.8. Radiated Spurious Emission Measurement
7.8.1.Test Limit
All out of band emissions appearing in a restricted band as specified in Section 15.205 of the Title
47CFR must not exceed the limits shown in Table per Section 15.209.
FCC Part 15 Subpart C Paragraph 15.209
Frequency
Field Strength
Measured Distance
[MHz]
[uV/m]
[Meters]
0.009 - 0.490
2400/F (kHz)
300
0.490 - 1.705
24000/F (kHz)
30
1.705 - 30
30
30
30 - 88
100
88 - 216
150
216 - 960
200
Above 960
500
7.8.2.Test Procedure Used
KDB 789033 D02v01r04 – Section G
7.8.3.Test Setting
Quasi-Peak& Average Measurements below30MHz
1. Analyzer center frequency was set to the frequency of the radiated spurious emission of interest
2. Span was set greater than 1MHz
3. RBW = 200Hz for 9kHz to 150kHz frequency; RBW = 9kHz for 0.15MHz to 30MHz frequency
4. Detector = CISPR quasi-peak or power average (Average)
5. Sweep time = auto couple
6. Trace was allowed to stabilize
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Quasi-Peak Measurements below 1GHz
1. Analyzer center frequency was set to the frequency of the radiated spurious emission of interest
2. Span was set greater than 1MHz
3. RBW = 120 kHz
4. Detector = CISPR quasi-peak
5. Sweep time = auto couple
6. Trace was allowed to stabilize
Peak Measurements above 1GHz
1. Analyzer center frequency was set to the frequency of the radiated spurious emission of interest
2. RBW = 1MHz
3. VBW = 3MHz
4. Detector = peak
5. Sweep time = auto couple
6. Trace mode = max hold
7. Trace was allowed to stabilize
Average Measurements above 1GHz (Method VB)
1. Analyzer center frequency was set to the frequency of the radiated spurious emission of interest
2. RBW = 1MHz
3. VBW If the EUT is configured to transmit with duty cycle ≥ 98%, set VBW ≤ RBW/100 (i.e., 10 kHz)
but not less than 10 Hz. If the EUT duty cycle is < 98%, set VBW ≥ 1/T.
4. Detector = Peak
5. Sweep time = auto
6. Allow max hold to run for at least 50 traces if the transmitted signal is continuous or has at least 98%
duty cycle.
For lower duty cycles, increase the minimum number of traces by a factor of 1/x, where
x is the duty cycle.
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7.8.4.Test Setup
9kHz ~30MHz Test Setup:
30MHz ~ 1GHz Test Setup:
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1GHz ~18GHz Test Setup:
18GHz ~40GHz Test Setup:
7.8.5.Test Result
For APEX0374, please refer to Annex D clause 6;
For APEX0375, please refer to Annex E clause 6;
For APEX0377, please refer to Annex F clause 6;
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7.9. Radiated RestrictedBand Edge Measurement
7.9.1.Test Limit
For 15.205 requirement:
Radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands, as defined in Section 15.205(a) of FCC part 15,
must also comply with the radiated emission limits specified in Section 15.209(a).
Frequency
Frequency
Frequency
Frequency
(MHz)
(MHz)
(MHz)
(GHz)
0.090 - 0.110
16.42-16.423
399.9 - 410
4.5-5.15
0.495 - 0.505
16.69475-16.69525
608 - 614
5.35-5.46
2.1735-2.1905
16.80425-16.80475
960 - 1240
7.25-7.75
4.125-4.128
25.5 -25.67
1300 - 1427
8.25 - 8.5
4.17725-4.17775
37.5-38.25
1435-1626.5
9.0-9.2
4.20725-4.20775
73-74.6
1645.5-1646.5
9.3-9.5
6.215-6.218
74.8-75.2
1660 - 1710
10.6-12.7
6.26775-6.26825
108-121.94
1718.8-1722.2
13.25-13.4
6.31175-6.31225
123 - 138
2200 - 2300
14.47-14.5
8.291-8.294
149.9-150.05
2310–2390
15.35-16.2
8.362-8.366
156.52475-156.525
2483.5 - 2500
17.7-21.4
8.37625-8.38675
156.7-156.9
2690 - 2900
22.01-23.12
8.41425-8.41475
162.0125-167.17
3260 - 3267
23.6-24.0
12.29-12.293
167.72-173.2
3332 - 3339
31.2-31.8
12.51975-12.52025
240 - 285
3345.8 - 3358
36.43-36.5
12.57675-12.57725
322-335.4
3600 - 4400
(2)
13.36-13.41
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For 15.407(b) requirement:
For transmitters operating in the 5.15-5.25 GHz band: All emissions outside of the 5.15-5.35 GHz
band shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of -27 dBm/MHz.
For transmitters operating in the 5.725-5.85 GHz band: All emissions shall be limited to a level of −27
dBm/MHz at 75 MHz or more above or below the band edge increasing linearly to 10 dBm/MHz at 25
MHz above or below the band edge, and from 25 MHz above or below the band edge increasing
linearly to a level of 15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above or below the band edge, and from 5 MHz above
or below the band edge increasing linearly to a level of 27 dBm/MHz at the band edge.
Refer to KDB 789033 D02v01r04 G)2)c), as specified in § 15.407(b), emissions above 1000 MHz
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that are outside of the restricted bands are subject to a maximum emission limit of -27 dBm/MHz (or
-17 dBm/MHz as specified in § 15.407(b)(4)). However, an out-of-band emission that complies with
both the peak and average limits of § 15.209 is not required to satisfy the -27 dBm/MHz or -17
dBm/MHz maximum emission limit.
All out of band emissions appearing in a restricted band as specified in Section 15.205 of the Title
47CFR must not exceed the limits shown in Table per Section 15.209.
FCC Part 15 Subpart C Paragraph 15.209
Frequency
Field Strength
Measured Distance
[MHz]
[uV/m]
[Meters]
0.009 – 0.490
2400/F (kHz)
300
0.490 – 1.705
24000/F (kHz)
30
1.705 - 30
30
30
30 - 88
100
88 - 216
150
216 - 960
200
Above 960
500
7.9.2.Test Procedure Used
KDB 789033 D02v01r04 – Section G
7.9.3.Test Setting
Peak Measurements above 1GHz
1. Analyzer center frequency was set to the frequency of the radiated spurious emission of interest
2. RBW = 1MHz
3. VBW = 3MHz
4. Detector = peak
5. Sweep time = auto couple
6. Trace mode = max hold
7. Trace was allowed to stabilize
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Average Measurements above 1GHz (Method VB)
1. Analyzer center frequency was set to the frequency of the radiated spurious emission of interest
2. RBW = 1MHz
3. VBW If the EUT is configured to transmit with duty cycle ≥ 98%, set VBW ≤ RBW/100 (i.e., 10 kHz)
but not less than 10 Hz. If the EUT duty cycle is < 98%, set VBW ≥ 1/T.
4. Detector = Peak
5. Sweep time = auto
6. Allow max hold to run for at least 50 traces if the transmitted signal is continuous or has at least 98%
duty cycle.
For lower duty cycles, increase the minimum number of traces by a factor of 1/x, where
x is the duty cycle.
7.9.4.Test Result
For APEX0374, please refer to Annex D clause 7;
For APEX0375, please refer to Annex E clause 7;
For APEX0377, please refer to Annex F clause 7;
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7.10. AC Conducted Emissions Measurement
7.10.1. TestLimit
FCC Part 15.207 Limits
Frequency
(MHz)
QP
(dBμV)
AV
(dBμV)
0.15 - 0.50
66 - 56
56 – 46
0.50 - 5.0
56
46
5.0 - 30
60
50
Note 1: The lower limit shall apply at the transition frequencies.
Note 2: The limit decreases linearly with the logarithm of the frequency in the range 0.15MHz to
0.5MHz.
7.10.2. Test Procedure
The EUT was setup according to ANSI C63.4, 2009 and tested according to KDB 789033 for
compliance to FCC 47CFR 15.247 requirements. The EUT was placed on a platform of nominal size,
1 m by 1.5 m, raised 80 cm above the conducting ground plane. The vertical conducting plane was
located 40 cm to the rear of the EUT. All other surfaces of EUT were at least 80 cm from any other
grounded conducting surface. The EUT and simulators are connected to the main power through a
line impedance stabilization network (LISN). The LISN provides a 50 ohm /50uH coupling
impedance for the measuring equipment. The peripheral devices are also connected to the main
power through a LISN. (Please refer to the block diagram of the test setup and photographs)Each
current-carrying conductor of the EUT power cord, except the ground (safety) conductor, was
individually connected through a LISN to the input power source.
The excess length of the power cord between the EUT and the LISN receptacle were folded back
and forth at the center of the lead to form a bundle not exceeding 40 cm in length.
Conducted emissions were investigated over the frequency range from 0.15MHz to 30MHz using a
receiver bandwidth of 9kHz.
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7.10.3. Test Setup
7.10.4.Test Result
For APEX0374, please refer to Annex D clause 8;
For APEX0375, please refer to Annex E clause 8;
For APEX0377, please refer to Annex F clause 8;
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8.
CONCLUSION
The data collected relate only the item(s) tested and show that the ACCESS POINT FCC ID:
Q9DAPEX037457 is in compliance with Part 15E of the FCC Rules.
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