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Appendix (Additional assessments outside the scope of SCSO108)
1. DC Voltage Linearity
High Range Reading (uV) Difference (uV) Error (%)
Channel X + Input 199998.97 2.85 0 00
Channel X + Input 20000.80 70.36 70.00
Channel X - Input 720000.56 0.42 70.00
Channel V + Input 199999.96 3.87 000
Channel V + Input 19999.14 229 -0.01
Channel V - Input -20001.07 -0.29 0 00
Channel Z + IanI 199998.63 2.90 000
Channel Z + Input 1999877 72.33 70.01
Channel Z 7 Input 720002.59 -1 .58 0.01
Low Range Reading (pV) Difference (pV) Error ("/o)
Channel X 4- Input 2000.23 4188 70.04
Channel X + Input 201.48 0.05 0.03
Channel X - Input -1 9869 70.24 0.12
Channel V + Input 2000.58 70.58 7003
Channel Y + Input 201.59 0.15 0.07
Channel V - Input 7198.94 -0.51 0.26
Channel Z + Input 2000.84 -0.23 -0.01
Channel Z + Input 200.07 71.30 -0.65
Channel Z - Input 7199.62 71.07 0.54
2. Common mode sensitivity
DASY measurement parameters. Auto Zero Time: 3 sec; Measuring time' 3 sec
Common mode High Range Low Range
Input Voltage (mV) Average Reading (pV) Average Reading (pV)
Channel X 200 16.34 14.61
-200 715.28 717.09
Channel Y 200 —15.39 -15 52
- 200 15.08 14.94
Channel Z 200 -13.63 713.71
7 200 1138 11.48
3. Channel separation
DASY measuremem parameters: Auto Zero Time: 3 sec; Measuring time: 3 sec
Input Voltage (mV)
Channel X (uv) Channel V (pV) Channel 2 (LIV)
Channel X 200 7 4.27 72.45
Channel Y 200 8.52 - 3.84
Channel Z 200 916 7.33 -
Certificate No: DAE4-12367NOV15
Page 4 ol 5
4. AD-Converter Values with inputs shorted
DASY measurement parameters. Auto Zero Time: 3 sec; Measuring time 3 sec
High Range (LSEI)
Low Range (LSB)
Channel X 15755 17002
Channel Y 16007 15624
Channel 2 16297 17015
5. Input Offset Measurement
DASY measurement parameters: Auto Zero Time: 3 sec; Measuring time: 3 sec
Input 1OMQ
Average (uV) min. Offset (uV) max. Offset (uV) Std' 51:5;ation
Channel X 0.26 -1 .28 2.69 0.68
Channel V 015 -1 41 1,89 0.68
Channel 2 70.85 72.02 1.08 0.53
6. Input Offset Current
Nominal lnpul circuitry offset current an all Channels: <251A
7. Input Resistance (Typical values forinformation)
Zeroing (kOhm)
Measuring (MOhm)
Channel X 200 200
Channel V 200 200
Channel 2 200 200
8. LOW Battery Alarm Voltage (Typical values for inlormatlon)
Typical values
Alarm Level (VDC)
Supply (+ Vcc)
+7.9
Supply (- Vcc)
-7S
9. Power Consumption (Typical values lor Information)
Typical values
Switched off (mA) Stand by (mA)
Transmitting (mA)
Supply (+ Vcc)
+0.01
+6
+14
Supply (- Vcc)
70.01
~8
-9
Certificale No: DAE4’12357N0V15
Page 5 of 5
Schmid & Partner Engineering AG 5 2 e a g
Zeughausstrasse 43, 3004 Zurich, Switzerland
Phone +41 M 245 9700, Fax +41 411 245 9779
[email protected],com, http-//www speag corn
IMPORTANT NOTICE
USAGE OF THE DAE 4
The DAE unit is a delicate, high precision instrument and requires careful treatment by the user. There are no
serviceable parts inside the DAE. Special attention shall be given to the following points:
Battery Exchange: The battery cover of the DAE4 unit is closed using a screw, over tightening the screw may
cause the threads inside the DAE to wear out.
Shipping of the DAE: Before shipping the DAE to SPEAG for calibration, remove the batteries and pack the
DAE in an antistatic bag. This antistatic bag shall then be packed into a larger box or container which protects the
DAE from impacts during transportation, The package shall be marked to indicate that a fragile instrument is
inside.
E-Stop Failures- Touch detection may be malfunctioning due to broken magnets in the Estop. Rough handling
of the E-stop may lead to damage of these magnets. Touch and collision errors are often caused by dust and dirt
accumulated in the E—stop. To prevent E—stop failure, the customer shall always mount the probe to the DAE
carefully and keep the DAE unit in a non—dusty environment if not used for measurements,
Repair: Minor repairs are performed at no extra cost during the annual calibration. However, SPEAG reserves
the right to charge for any repair especially if rough unprofessional handling caused the defect.
DASY Configuration Files: Since the exact values of the DAE input resistances, as measured during the
calibration procedure of a DAE unit, are not used by the DASY software, a nominal value of 200 MOhm is given
in the corresponding configuration file.
Important Note:
Warranty and calibration is void if the DAE unit is disassembled partly or fully by the
Customer.
Important Note:
Never attempt to grease or oil the E-stop assembly. Cleaning and readjusting of the E-
stop assembly is allowed by certified SPEAG personnel only and is part of the annual
calibration procedure.
important Note:
To prevent damage of the DAE probe connector pins, use great care when installing the
probe to the DAE. Carefully connect the probe with the connector notch oriented in the
mating position. Avoid any rotational movement of the probe body versus the DAE
while turning the locking nut of the connector. The same care shall be used when
disconnecting the probe from the DAE.
Schmid & Partner Engineering
TNiBR040315AD DAE4.doc 11.12.2009
. . ”inn-h“,
Calibration Laboratory 0f 5&2; Schweizerischer Kalibrierdienst
Schmld & Partner m Service suisse d'etalonnage
Engineering AG ; Q g Servixio sv zero di taratura
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich. Switzerland €446“? Swiss Calibration Service
’I/lrlil “
Accredited by the Swlss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: 305 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one ol the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement tor the recognition at calibration certificates
Client Huawei - SZ (Auden) Certificate No: DAE4-8527Apr16
Oblect DAE4 - SD 000 004 BJ - SN: 852
Calibration procedurets) QA CAL-06.v29
Calibration procedure for the data acquisition electronics (DAE)
Calibration date: April 20, 2016
This calibration Certificate documents the traceability to national standards, which realize the physical units of measurements (SI).
The measurements and the uncenalntles with confidence probability are given on the iollowing pages and are part oi the certificate.
All calibrations have been conducted in the Closed laboratory iacillty: environment temperature (22 at: 3)°C and humidity < 70%
Calibration Equipment used (MatTE critical tor calibration)
Primary Standards | lD rt Cal Date (Certificate No.) Scheduled Calibration
Keitnley Multimeter Type 2001 | SN: 0810278 09-Sep-15 (No:17153) Sepr16
Secondary Standards | lD t: Check Date tin house) Scheduled Check
Auto DAE Calibration Unit SE uws 053 AA 1001 05-Jan-16 (in house check) in house check: Janrfl
Calibrator Box v2.1 SE UMS 006 AA 1002 05-Jan-16 (in house check) in house check: Jan-l7
Name Function Signature
Calibrated by: Dominique Steflerl Technictan %
Approved by: Fin Barrinolt Deputy Technical Manager ‘ g
\ V. W
Issued: April 20. 2016
This calibration certiticate shall not be reproduced except in iull without written approval oi the laboratory.
Certificate No: DAE4-8527Apr16 Page 1 of 5
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeughausslrasse 43, 8004 Zurich. Switzerland
Schweizerischer Kalibrierdienst
Service suisse d'étalonnage
Servizio svizzero di taratura
Swiss calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Sewice (SAS) Accreditation No.: 308 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one oi the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition oi calibration certificates
Glossary
DAE data acquisition electronics
Connector angle information used in DASY system to align probe sensor X to the robot
coordinate system.
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters
. DC Voltage Measurement: Calibration Factor assessed for use in DASY system by
comparison with a calibrated instrument traceable to national standards. The figure given
corresponds to the full scale range of the voltmeter in the respective range.
. Connector angle: The angle of the connector is assessed measuring the angle
mechanically by a tool inserted. Uncertainty is not required.
. The following parameters as documented in the Appendix contain technical information as a
result from the performance test and require no uncertainty.
. DC Voltage Measurement Linearity: Verification of the Linearity at +10% and -10% of
the nominal calibration voltage. Influence of offset voltage is included in this
measurement.
0 Common mode sensitivity: Influence of a positive or negative common mode voltage on
the differential measurement.
0 Channel separation: Influence of a voltage on the neighbor channels not subject to an
input voltage.
- AD Converter Values with inputs shorted: Values on the internal AD converter
corresponding to zero input voltage
. Input Offset Measurement Output voltage and statistical results over a large number of
zero voltage measurements.
a Input Offset Current: Typical value for information; Maximum channel input offset
current. not considering the input resistance.
0 input resistance: Typical value for information: DAE input resistance at the connector,
during internal auto-zeroing and during measurement.
- Low Battery Alarm Voltage: Typical value for information. Below this voltage, a battery
alarm signal is generated,
. Power consumption: Typical value for information. Supply currents in various operating
modes.
Certificate No: DAE4v8527Apr16 Page 2 of 5
DC Voltage Measurement
A/D ~ Convener Resolution nominal
High Range:
Low Range:
DASY measurement parameters: Auto Zero Time: 3 sec: Measuring time
1LSB =
1LSB =
6.111v.
61nV.
full range =
full range = -1.
sec
-100 +300 mV
+3mV
Calibration Factors
High Flange
405.101 t 0.02% (k=2)
405.111 : 0.02% (k:2)
403.902 i 0.02% (k=2)
Low Range
3.95770 i 1.50% (k=2)
3.96312 1 1.50% (k:2)
3.95475 1 1.50% (k=2)
Connector Angle
Connector Angle 10 be used in DASY system
53.0”:1 °
Certificate No: DAE4-552_Apr16
Page 3 ol 5
Appendix (Additional assessments outside the scope of 8030108)
1. DC Voltage Linearity
High Range Reading (uV) Difference (uV) Error (%)
Channel X + input 200035.75 -1.80 -0.00
Channel X + Input 20007.51 2.60 0.01
Channel X - Input 20001.63 3.90 -0.02
Channel V + Input 200030.83 -6.19 000
Channel Y + Input 20004.83 0.29 0.00
Channel Y - Input -20005.66 -0.01 0.00
Channel Z + Input 200034.33 -0.91 -0.00
Channel 2 + Input 20003.13 -1.43 ~0.01
Channel 2 - Input 20007.32 -1.61 0.01
Low Range Reading (uV) Difference (pV) Error (“/o)
Channel X 4- Input 2001.02 -0.05 -0.00
Channel X + Input 201.05 0.05 0.02
Channel X - Input -1 98.91 0.03 -0.02
Channel Y + Input 2000.91 -0.12 -0.01
Channel Y + Input 199.93 -1.02 051
Channel Y - Input -1 99.75 -0.65 033
Channel Z + Input 2001.74 0.80 0.04
Channel 2 + Input 200.96 0.20 0.10
Channel 2 - Input -200.50 -1.29 0.65
2. Common mode sensitivity
DASY measurement parameters: Auto Zero Time: 3 sec; Measuring time: 3 sec
Common mode High Range Low Range
Input Voltage (mV) Average Reading (uV) Average Reading (uV)
Channel X E 200 4.32 3.09
- 200 -2.46 -3.34
Channel Y 200 40.35 -10.45
» 200 9.22 8.99
Channel Z 200 -7.41 -7.20
- 200 4.46 4.61
3. Channel separation
DASY measurement parameters: Auto Zero Time: 3 sec: Measuring time: 3 sec
Input Voltage (mV) Channel X (pV) Channel Y (pV) Channel Z (uV)
Channel X 200 - 0.30 -3.06
Channel V 200 5.80 - 094
Channel Z 200 8.69 3.61 -
Certificate No: DAE4-852_Apr16 Page 4 ol 5
4. AD-Converter Values with inputs shorted
DASY measurement parameters: Auto Zero Time: 3 sec; Measuring time: 3 sec
High Range (LSB)
Low Range (LSB)
Channel X 15484 16859
Channel Y 15889 15164
Channel 2 16761 16036
5. Input Offset Measurement
DASY measurement parameters: Auto Zero Time: 3 sec; Measuring time: 3 sec
input 10M!)
Average (uV) min. Offset (uV) max. Offset (pV) Std" 3333"“
Channel X 0.23 -1.77 1.89 0.64
Channel Y 0.69 -0.91 2.41 0.77
Channel 2 0.26 -2,08 2.98 0.79
6. Input Offset Current
Nominal Input circuitry offset current on all channels: <251A
7. Input Resistance (Typical values lor information)
Zeroing (kohm) Measuring (MOhm)
Channel X 200 200
Channel Y 200 200
Channel 2 200 200
8. Low Battery Alarm Voltage (Typical values for information)
Typical values
lAlarm Level (VDC)
Supply (+ Vac)
| +7.9
Supply (- Vcc)
l -7.6
9. Power Consumption (Typical values for iniormation)
Typical values
Switched ofl (mA) Stand by (mA)
Transmitting (mA)
Supply (+ Vcc) +0.01 +6 +14
Supply (- Vcc) -0.01 -8 -9
Certificate No: DAE4—852_Apr16 Page 5 of 5
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid 8t Panner
Engineering AG
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich. Switzerland
thweizerischer Kalibrierdienst
Service suisse d'étalonnage
Servlzlo svizzero di taratura
Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation SeerCe (SAS) Accreditation Nu.: 508 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one or the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement tor the recognition 01 calibration certificates
ctient Auden Certificate No: D750V3-1132_Dec15
Obiect D750V3 - SN: 1132
Calibration procedure(s) QA CAL—05.v9
Calibration procedure for dipole validation kits above 700 MHz
Calibration date- December 11, 2015
This calibration certiiicate documents the traceability to national standards, which realize the phystcal units 01 measurements (SI)
The measurements and the uncertainties with confidence probability are given on the toiloiiiing pages and are can at the certificate.
All callbralions have been conducted In the Closed laboratory lacillty: environment temperature (22 a: 3)°C and humidity < 70%,
Calibration Equipment used (M&TE critical lor Calibration)
Primary Standards ID rt Cal Date (Certificate No.) Scheduled Calibration
Power meter EPM~442A (3537480704 07-OC1715(N0 217-02222) Oct-16
Power sensor HP B481A U537292783 07-Oct-15 (No 217-02222l 0121716
Power Sensor HP B481A MY41092317 D7'OClr15 (No 217702223) OM46
Reference 20 GE Attenuator SN: 5058 (20k) 01-Apr-15 (No 217412131) Marris
Type-N mismatch combination SN: 5047.2 / 06327 01-Apr»15(ND 217702134) Marr16
Reference Probe EXBDV4 SN: 7349 30-Dec-14 (NO. EX377349 Dec”) Dec-15
DAE4 SN 601 17'Aug-15 (Na. DAEdrfiotiAugt 5) Aug-16
Secondaiy Standards 1D J1 Check Date [in house) Scheduled Check
RF generator H345 SMT~OG 100972 15-Jun415 (in house Check Jun-15) In house check' Jurir18
Network Analyzer HP 5753E USS7390585 S4206 18-Oct-01 (in house check Oct-15) In house Check.OC1-16
Name Function Si nature
Calibrated by. Michael Weber Laboratory Technician “‘ E
Approved by' Katia Pokovic Technical Manager fig/é
Issued. December 15. 2015
This calibration certiiicaie shall not be reproduced except in liill Without written approval oi the laboratory
Cerltticate No: D750V3-11327Dec15 Page 1 of 8
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid 8. Partner
Engineering AG
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland
Schweizerischer Kalibrierdienst
Service suisse d'étalonnage
Servizio svizzero di taratura
Swiss Calibration Service
Accredlled by the SWiss Accreditation Sewrce (3A5) Accreditation No.: 505 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration ceniiicaiss
Glossary:
TSL tissue simulating liquid
ConvF sensitivity in TSL / NORM x,y,z
N/A not applicable or not measured
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
a) lEEE Std 1528-2013, ”lEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-
Averaged Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless
Communications Devices: Measurement Techniques”. June 2013
b) lEC 62209-1, "Procedure to measure the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for hand-held
devices used in close proximity to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHz to 3 GHz)",
February 2005
c) IEC 62209-2, "Procedure to determine the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for wireless
communication devices used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30
MHZ to 6 GHZ)", March 2010
d) KDB 865664, “SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHz”
Additional Documentation:
e) DASY4/5 System Handbook
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
- Measurement Conditions: Further details are available from the Validation Report at the end
of the certificate. All figures stated in the certificate are valid at the frequency indicated
. Antenna Parameters with TSL: The dipole is mounted with the spacer to position its feed
point exactly below the center marking of the flat phantom section, with the arms oriented
parallel to the body axis.
- Feed Point Impedance and Return Loss: These parameters are measured with the dipole
positioned under the liquid filled phantom. The impedance stated is transformed from the
measurement at the SMA connector to the feed point. The Return Loss ensures low
reflected power. No uncertainty required.
- Electrical Delay: One-way delay between the SMA connector and the antenna feed point.
No uncertainty required.
0 SAFl measured: SAR measured at the stated antenna input power.
- SAR normalized: SAR as measured, normalized to an input power of 1 W at the antenna
connector.
- SAR for nominal TSL parameters: The measured TSL parameters are used to calculate the
nominal SAR result.
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement
multiplied by the coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage
probability of approximately 95%.
Cemlicate No: D750V3-t132_Dec15 Page 2 cl 8
Measurement Conditions
DASY system configuration, as far as not iven on page 1.
DASV Version DASYS V52.8.8
Extrapolation Advanced Extrapolation
Phantom Modular Flat Phantom
Distance Dipole Center - TSL 15 mm With Spacer
Zoom Scan Resolution dx, dy. dz : 5 mm
Frequency 750 MHz : 1 MHz
Head TSL parameters
The following parameters and calculations were applied.
Temperature Permittivity Conductivity
Nominal Head TSL parameters 22.0 ”C 41.9 0.89 mho/m
Measured Head TSL parameters (22.0 x 0.2) ”C 42.2 g 6 % 0.90 mno/m 1: 6 %
Head TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 ”C m,
SAR result with Head TSL
SAFI averaged over 1 cm3 (1 g) of Head TSL Condition
SAH measured
250 mW input power
2.07 W/kg
SAR lor nominal Head TSL parameters
normalized to 1W
3.22 W/kg 117.0 9/. (k=2)
SAR averaged over 10 cm3 (10 g) of Head TSL
condition
SAR measured
250 mW input power
1.35 W/kg
SAFt for nominal Head TSL parameters
normalized to 1W
5.37 W/kg 216.5 % (k=2)
Body TSL parameters
The following parameters and calculations were applied.
Temperature Permittivity Conductivity
Nominal Body TSL parameters 22.0 °C 55.5 0.96 mho/m
Measured Body TSL parameters (220 e 0.2) "C 55.4 a 6 % 0,97 mho/m 1 6 %
Body TSL temperature change during test < 0.5 ”C “--
SAR result with Body TSL
SAR averaged over 1 cm3 (1 g) of Body TSL Condition
SAR measured
250 mW input power
2.24 W/kg
SAR tor nominal Body TSL parameters
normalized to 1W
8.89 Wlkg a 17.0 % (k=2)
SAR averaged over 10 cm’ (10 g) of Body TSL
condition
SAH measured
250 mW input power
1.4a W/kg
SAFl lor nominal Body TSL parameters
normalized to 1W
5.88 Wlkg 216.5 % (k=2)
Cenilicate No: D750V3r113270ec15
Page 3 ol 5
Appendix (Additional assessments outside the scope of $08 0108)
Antenna Parameters with Head TSL
Impedance. transformed to feed point 53.6 $2 - 1.8 jQ
Return Loss - 25.4 dB
Antenna Parameters with Body TSL
Impedance, transformed to feed point 495 Q , 2.7 jrz
Return Loss » 313 dB
General Antenna Parameters and Design
Electrical Delay (one direction) 1 034 ns
After long term use with 100W radiated power, only a slight warming of the dipole near the feedpoirit can be measured,
The dipole is made of standard semirigid coaxial cable. The center conductor of the feeding line is directly connected to the
second arm of the dipole The antenna is therefore shon-circulted ior DC-signals. On some 01 the dipoles, small end caps
are added to the dipole arms in order to improve matching when loaded according to the position as explained in the
"Measurement Conditions" paragraph, The SAH data are not affected by this change. The overall dipole length is still
according to the Standard.
No excessive lorce must be applied to the dipole arms‘ because they might bend or the soldered connections near the
leedpoint may be damaged
Additional EUT Data
Manufactured by SPEAG
Manufactured on October 20, 2014
Certificate No: D750V3-11327De015 Page 4 of 8
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