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FCC SAR Test Report
FCC ID: RWO-RZ0902386
Project No.
Equipment
Test Model
Series Model
Applicant
Address
Date of Receipt
Date of Test
Issued Date
Tested by
1803C063
Notebook
RZ09-02386
RZ09-02385
Razer Inc.
201 3rd Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103
Mar. 13, 2018
Mar. 18, 2018 ~ Mar. 18, 2018
May 22, 2018
BTL Inc.
PREPARED BY
(Rot Liang)
APPROVED BY
(Herbort Liu)
BTL
INC.
No.3, Jinshagang 1st Road, Shixia, Dalang Town, Dongguan,
Guangdong, China.
TEL: +86-769-8318-3000
FAX: +86-769-8319-6000
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Declaration
BTL represents to the client that testing is done in accordance with standard procedures as applicable and
that test instruments used has been calibrated with standards traceable to international standard(s) and/or
national standard(s).
BTL's reports apply only to the specific samples tested under conditions. It is manufacture’s responsibility
to ensure that additional production units of this model are manufactured with the identical electrical and
mechanical components. BTL shall have no liability for any declarations, inferences or generalizations
drawn by the client or others from BTL issued reports.
BTL’s reports must not be used by the client to claim product endorsement by the authorities or any
agency of the Government.
This report is the confidential property of the client. As a mutual protection to the clients, the public and
BTL-self, extracts from the test report shall not be reproduced except in full with BTL’s authorized written
approval.
BTL’s laboratory quality assurance procedures are in compliance with the ISO Guide17025 requirements,
and accredited by the conformity assessment authorities listed in this test report.
Limitation
For the use of the authority's logo is limited unless the Test Standard(s)/Scope(s)/Item(s) mentioned in this
test report is (are) included in the conformity assessment authorities acceptance respective.
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Table of Contents
Page
1 . GENERAL SUMMARY
2 . RF EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT
2.1 TEST FACILITY
2.2 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
3 . GENERAL INFORMATION
11
3.1 STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
11
3.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT
12
3.3 LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT
13
3.4 MAIN TEST INSTRUMENTS
14
4 . SAR MEASUREMENTS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
15
4.1 SAR MEASUREMENT SET-UP
4.1.1 TEST SETUP LAYOUT
15
15
4.2 DASY5E-FIELDPROBESYSTEM
4.2.1 EX3DV4 PROBE SPECIFICATION
4.2.2 E-FIELD PROBE CALIBRATION
4.2.3 OTHER TEST EQUIPMENT
4.2.4 SCANNING PROCEDURE
4.2.5 SPATIAL PEAK SAR EVALUATION
4.2.6 DATA STORAGE AND EVALUATION
4.2.7 DATA EVALUATION BY SEMCAD
16
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
5 . SYSTEM VERIFICATION PROCEDURE
24
5.1 TISSUE VERIFICATION
24
5.2 SYSTEM CHECK
25
5.3 SYSTEM CHECK PROCEDURE
25
6 . SAR MEASUREMENT VARIABILITY AND UNCERTAINTY
6.1 SAR MEASUREMENT VARIABILITY
7 . OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS DURING TEST
26
26
27
7.1 SAR TEST CONFIGURATION
7.1.1 WIFI TEST CONFIGURATION
27
27
7.2 TEST POSITION
29
8 . TEST RESULT
8.1 CONDUCTED POWER RESULTS
8.1.1 CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENTS OF WIFI 2.4G
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8.2 SAR TEST RESULTS
8.2.1 SAR MEASUREMENT RESULT
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8.3 MULTIPLE TRANSMITTER EVALUATION
8.3.1 STAND-ALONE SAR TEST EXCLUSION
8.3.2 SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION CONDITIONS
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46
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APPENDIX
48
1. TEST LAYOUT
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Appendix A. SAR Plots of System Verification
Appendix B. SAR Plots of SAR Measurement
Appendix C. Calibration Certificate for Probe and Dipole
Appendix D. Photographs of the Test Set-Up
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REPORT ISSUED HISTORY
Issued No.
Version
Description
BTL-FCC SAR-1-1803C063 Rev.01 Original Issue.
BTL-FCC SAR-1-1803C063 Rev.02 Added serial model:RZ09-02385.
1. Added the uncertainty list.
2. Updated the list of equipment.
BTL-FCC SAR-1-1803C063 Rev.03 3. Updated the power table.
4. Updated 2.4G&5G duty cycle and MAX SAR table.
5. Added SISO power table.
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May 11, 2018
May 22, 2018
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1. GENERAL SUMMARY
Equipment
Notebook
Model Name
RZ09-02386
Series Model
RZ09-02385
The video cards and the adapters used for RZ09-02386 and RZ09-02385
are different. Others are the same.
Model Difference
Model
Video cards
RZ09-02386
N17E-G2 MAX-Q
RZ09-02385
N17E-G1 MAX-Q
Brand Name
RAZER
Manufacturer
Razer Inc.
Address
201 3rd Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103
Standard(s)
ANSI Std C95.1-1992 Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to
Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz – 300 GHz.( IEEE Std
C95.1-1991)
IEEE Std 1528-2013 Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak
Spatial-Average Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from
Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement Techniques
KDB616217 D04 SAR for laptop and tablets v01r02
KDB447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06
KDB248227 D01 802. 11 Wi-Fi SAR v02r02
KDB865664 D01 SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz v01r04
KDB865664 D02 SAR Reporting v01r02
KDB690783 D01 SAR Listings on Grants v01r03
The above equipment has been tested and found compliance with the requirement of the relative
standards by BTL Inc.
The test data, data evaluation, and equipment configuration contained in our test report (Ref No.
BTL-FCC SAR-1-1803C063) were obtained utilizing the test procedures, test instruments, test
sites that has been accredited by the Authority of TAF according to the ISO-17025 quality
assessment standard and technical standard(s).
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2. RF EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT
2.1 TEST FACILITY
The test facilities used to collect the test data in this report is SAR room at the location of
No.3,Jinshagang 1st Road, ShiXia, Dalang Town, Dong Guan, China.523792
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2.2 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
Uncertainty Budget for Frequency range of 300 MHz to 3 GHz
Uncertainty
Value
(± %)
Probability
Distribution
Divisor
Probe Calibration
6.05
Normal
Axial Isotropy
4.7
Rectangular
Hemispherical
Isotropy
9.6
Boundary Effects
Linearity
Error Description
Ci
(1g)
Ci
(10g)
Standard
Standard
Uncertainty
Uncertainty
(1g)
(10g)
± 6.05 %
± 6.05 %
∞
0.7
0.7
± 1.9 %
± 1.9 %
∞
Rectangular
0.7
0.7
± 3.9 %
± 3.9 %
∞
2.0
Rectangular
± 1.2 %
± 1.2 %
∞
4.7
Rectangular
± 2.7 %
± 2.7 %
∞
Vi
Veff
Measurement System
Detection Limits
Rectangular
± 0.6 %
± 0.6 %
∞
Modulation
response
2.4
Rectangular
±1.4 %
±1.4 %
∞
Readout Electronics
0.3
Normal
± 0.3 %
± 0.3 %
∞
Response Time
0.8
Rectangular
± 0.5%
± 0.5 %
∞
Integration Time
2.6
Rectangular
± 1.5 %
± 1.5 %
∞
RF Ambient – Noise
3.0
Rectangular
± 1.7 %
± 1.7 %
∞
RF Ambient–
Reflections
3.0
Rectangular
± 1.7 %
± 1.7 %
∞
Probe Positioner
0.8
Rectangular
± 0.5 %
± 0.5 %
∞
Probe Positioning
6.7
Rectangular
± 3.9 %
±3.9 %
∞
Max.SAR
Evaluation
4.0
Rectangular
± 2.3 %
± 2.3 %
∞
Test Sample Related
Device Positioning
3.5
2.8
Normal
± 3.5 %
± 2.8 %
145
Device Holder
4.2
3.2
Normal
± 4.2 %
± 3.2 %
± 2.9 %
± 2.9 %
∞
Power Drift
5.0
Rectangular
Rectangular
2.31
2.31
∞
Rectangular
0.64
0.43
1.85
1.24
∞
2.5
Rectangular
0.64
0.43
0.92
0.62
∞
Rectangular
0.6
0.49
1.73
1.41
∞
2.5
Rectangular
0.6
0.49
0.87
0.71
∞
Combined Standard Uncertainty (K = 1)
± 10.96 %
± 10.80 %
361
Expanded Uncertainty (K = 2)
± 21.91 %
± 21.60 %
Phantom and Setup
Phantom Production
Tolerances
Liquid Conductivity
(target.)
Liquid Conductivity
(mea.)
Liquid Permittivity
(target.)
Liquid Permittivity
(mea.)
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Uncertainty Budget for Frequency range of 3 GHz to 6 GHz
Uncertainty
Value
(± %)
Probability
Distribution
Divisor
Probe Calibration
6.65
Normal
Axial Isotropy
4.7
Rectangular
Hemispherical
Isotropy
9.6
Boundary Effects
Linearity
Ci
(1g)
Ci
(10g)
Standard
Standard
Uncertainty
Uncertainty
(1g)
(10g)
± 6.65 %
± 6.65 %
∞
0.7
0.7
± 1.9 %
± 1.9 %
∞
Rectangular
0.7
0.7
± 3.9 %
± 3.9 %
∞
2.0
Rectangular
± 1.2 %
± 1.2 %
∞
4.7
Rectangular
± 2.7 %
± 2.7 %
∞
Rectangular
± 0.6 %
± 0.6 %
∞
Modulation
response
2.4
Rectangular
±1.4 %
±1.4 %
∞
Readout Electronics
0.3
Normal
± 0.3 %
± 0.3 %
∞
Response Time
0.8
Rectangular
± 0.5%
± 0.5 %
∞
Integration Time
2.6
Rectangular
± 1.5 %
± 1.5 %
∞
RF Ambient – Noise
3.0
Rectangular
± 1.7 %
± 1.7 %
∞
RF Ambient–
Reflections
3.0
Rectangular
± 1.7 %
± 1.7 %
∞
Probe Positioner
0.8
Rectangular
± 0.5 %
± 0.5 %
∞
Probe Positioning
6.7
Rectangular
± 3.9 %
±3.9 %
∞
Max.SAR
Evaluation
4.0
Rectangular
± 2.3 %
± 2.3 %
∞
Error Description
Vi
Veff
Measurement System
Detection Limits
Test Sample Related
Device Positioning
3.5
2.8
Normal
± 3.5 %
± 2.8 %
145
Device Holder
4.2
3.2
Normal
± 4.2 %
± 3.2 %
± 2.9 %
± 2.9 %
∞
Power Drift
5.0
Rectangular
Rectangular
2.31
2.31
∞
Rectangular
0.64
0.43
1.85
1.24
∞
2.5
Rectangular
0.64
0.43
0.92
0.62
∞
Rectangular
0.6
0.49
1.73
1.41
∞
2.5
Rectangular
0.6
0.49
0.87
0.71
∞
Combined Standard Uncertainty (K = 1)
± 11.30 %
± 11.10 %
361
Expanded Uncertainty (K = 2)
± 22.60 %
± 22.30 %
Phantom and Setup
Phantom Production
Tolerances
Liquid Conductivity
(target.)
Liquid Conductivity
(mea.)
Liquid Permittivity
(target.)
Liquid Permittivity
(mea.)
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Uncertainty
Value
(± %)
Probability
Distribution
Divisor
Probe Calibration (k=1)
6.65
Normal
Axial Isotropy of the probe
4.7
Rectangular
Hemispherical Isotropy of the
probe
9.6
Boundary Effect
Probe Linearity
Standard
Ci
(1g)
Uncertainty
6.7
∞
0.7
1.9
∞
Rectangular
0.7
3.9
∞
Rectangular
0.6
∞
4.7
Rectangular
2.7
∞
Rectangular
0.6
∞
Modulation response
2.4
Rectangular
1.4
∞
Readout Electronics
0.3
Normal
0.3
∞
Response Time
0.8
Rectangular
0.5
∞
Integration Time
2.6
Rectangular
1.5
∞
RF Ambient Noise
Rectangular
1.7
∞
RF Ambient Reflections
Rectangular
1.7
∞
0.4
Rectangular
0.2
∞
2.9
Rectangular
1.7
∞
Rectangular
1.2
∞
Uncertainty Conponent (Source)
(1g)
Vi
Veff
Measurement System
System Detection Limit
Probe Positioner Mechanical
Tolerance
Probe Positioning with respect to
Phantom Shell
Max SAR Eval
Dipole Related
Deviation of exp. Dipole
5.5
Rectangular
3.2
∞
Dipole Axis to Liquid Dist
Rectangular
1.2
∞
Input power & SAR drift
3.4
Rectangular
2.0
∞
Phantom and Tissue Parameters (Physical parameter)
Phantom Production Tolerances
(shape and thickness )
Rectangular
2.3
∞
SAR correction
1.9
Rectangular
1.1
∞
Liquid Conductivity (mea.)
2.5
Normal
0.78
2.0
∞
Liquid Permittivity (mea.)
2.5
Normal
0.26
0.7
∞
Temp. unc. - Conductivity
1.7
Rectangular
0.78
0.8
∞
Temp. unc. - Permittivity
0.3
Rectangular
0.23
0.0
∞
Combined
Standard
Uncertainty
Expanded uncertainty
(95% CONFIDENCE LEVEL )
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10.60
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21.21
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3. GENERAL INFORMATION
3.1 STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
Equipment
Mode
Class
DTS
NII
DSS
Highest Body
SAR-1g(W/kg)
2.4G WLAN
0.25
5.2G WLAN
N/A
5.3G WLAN
0.22
5.6G WLAN
0.25
5.8G WLAN
0.26
Bluetooth
0.01
Note:
The device is in compliance with Specific Absorption Rate(SAR)for general population uncontrolled
exposure limits according to the FCC rule §2.1093, the ANSI C95.1:1992/IEEE C95.1:1991, the NCRP
Report Number 86 for uncontrolled environment, and had been tested in accordance with the
measurement methods and procedures specified in IEEE Std 1528-2013
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3.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT
Equipment
Model Name
Notebook
RZ09-02386
Series Model
HW Version
SW Version
Modulation
RZ09-02385
C1_MB
window10
WiFi(DSSS/OFDM),BT(GFSK/π/4-DQPSK/8-DPSK)
Band
TX (MHz)
RX (MHz)
Bluetooth
2400 ~2483.5
2412 ~2472
Operation Frequency
5150 ~5250
Range(s)
WIFI
5250 ~5230
5470 ~5725
5725 ~5850
0-39-78 (BT)
0-19-39 (BLE)
1-6-11 (2.4G WIFI 802.11b/g/nHT20)
3-6-9 (2.4G WIFI 802.11n HT40)
5G WIFI
5.2G
5.3G
5.6G
5.8G
Test Channels
a/n 20/
100-104-108-112- 149-153-157(low-mid-high):
36-40-44-48 52-56-60-64
ac 20
116-132-136-140
161-165
n 40/
102-110-118-12638-46
54-62
151-159
ac 40
134
ac80
42
58
106-122
155
ac160
50
114
Band
Antenna 1(dBi)
Antenna 2(dBi)
2.4G
3.13
3.06
5.2G
3.48
3.33
Antenna Gain
5.3G
3.55
3.41
5.6G
4.42
4.31
5.8G
4.79
4.58
Other Information
Brand
Razer
Battery
Model
RC30-0248
Rated Voltage
15.4Vdc, 5209mAh
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3.3 LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT
Temperature
Relative humidity
Min. = 18ºC, Max. = 25ºC
Min. = 30%, Max. = 70%
Ground system resistance
< 0.5Ω
Ambient noise is checked and found very low and in compliance with requirement of standards.
Reflection of surrounding objects is minimized and in compliance with requirement of standards.
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Item
3.4 MAIN TEST INSTRUMENTS
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model
Serial No.
Cal. Date
Cal. Interval
Data Acquisition Electronics
Speag
DAE4
1390
Sep. 15, 2017
1 Year
E-field Probe
Speag
EX3DV4
7396
May 25, 2017
1 Year
Electro Optical Converter
Speag
ECO90
1151
N/A
N/A
System Validation Dipole
Speag
D2450V2
919
Sep. 28, 2015
3 Years
System Validation Dipole
Speag
D5GHzV2
1160
Oct. 05, 2015
3 Years
ELI4 Phantom
Speag
ELI4 Phantom V5.0
1222
N/A
N/A
Power Amplifier
Mini-Circuits
ZHL-42W+
QA1333003
N/A
N/A
Power Amplifier
Mini-Circuits
ZVE-8G+
520701341
N/A
N/A
ENA Network Analyzer
Agilent
E5071C
MY46102965
Mar. 26, 2017
1 Year
10
MXG Analog Signal Generator
Agilent
N5181A
MY49060477
Jun. 30, 2017
1 Year
11
P-series power meter
Agilent
N1911A
MY45100473
Aug. 20, 2017
1 Year
12
wideband power sensor
Agilent
N1921A
MY51100041
Aug. 20, 2017
1 Year
13
power Meter
Anritsu
ML2495A
1128009
Mar. 26, 2017
1 Year
14
Pulse Power Sensor
Anritsu
MA 2411B
1027500
Mar. 26, 2017
1 Year
15
Dielectric Assessment Kit
Speag
DAK-3.5
1226
N/A
N/A
16
Dual directional coupler
Woken
TS-PCC0M-05
107090019
May 16, 2017
1 Year
17
Digital Thermometer
LKM
DTM3000
3519
Jul. 21, 2017
1 Year
18
Thermohygrometer
TESTO
608-H1
1341359457/304
Oct. 12, 2017
1 Year
Note:
1.” N/A” denotes no model name, serial No. or calibration specified.
2.
1) Per KDB865664 D01 requirements for dipole calibration, the test laboratory has adopted three-year
extended calibration interval. Each measured dipole is expected to evaluate with the following criteria
at least on annual interval in Appendix C.
a) There is no physical damage on the dipole;
b) System check with specific dipole is within 10% of calibrated value;
c) The most recent return-loss result , measured at least annually, deviates by no more than 20% from
the previous measurement;
d) The most recent measurement of the real or imaginary parts of the impedance, measured at least
annually is within 5Ω from the previous measurement.
2) Network analyzer probe calibration against air, distilled water and a short block performed before
measuring liquid parameters.
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4. SAR MEASUREMENTS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
4.1 SAR MEASUREMENT SET-UP
The DASY5 system for performing compliance tests consists of the following items:
1.
A standard high precision 6-axis robot (Stäubli RX family) with controller and software. An
arm extension for accommodating the data acquisition electronics (DAE).
2.
A dosimetric probe, i.e. an isotropic E-field probe optimized and calibrated for usage in
tissue simulating liquid. The probe is equipped with an optical surface detector system.
3.
A data acquisition electronic (DAE) which performs the signal amplification, signal
multiplexing, AD-conversion, offset measurements, mechanical surface detection, collision
detection, etc. The unit is battery powered with standard or rechargeable batteries. The
signal is optically transmitted to the EOC.
4.
A unit to operate the optical surface detector which is connected to the EOC.
5.
The Electro-Optical Coupler (EOC) performs the conversion from the optical into a digital
electric signal of the DAE. The EOC is connected to the DASY5 measurement server.
6.
TheDASY5 measurement server, which performs all real-time data evaluation for field
measurements and surface detection, controls robot movements and handles safety
operation. A computer operating Windows 7
7.
DASY5 software and SEMCAD data evaluation software.
8.
Remote control with teach panel and additional circuitry for robot safety such as warning
lamps, etc.
9.
The generic twin phantom enabling the testing of left-hand and right-hand usage.
10.
The device holder for handheld mobile phones.
11.
Tissue simulating liquid mixed according to the given recipes.
12.
System validation dipoles allowing to validate the proper functioning of the system.
4.1.1 TEST SETUP LAYOUT
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4.2 DASY5E-FIELDPROBESYSTEM
The SAR measurements were conducted with the dosimetric probe EX3DV4(manufactured by
SPEAG), designed in the classical triangular configuration and optimized for dosimetric
evaluation.
4.2.1 EX3DV4 PROBE SPECIFICATION
Construction
Calibration
Frequency
Directivity
Dynamic Range
Dimensions
Symmetrical design with triangular core Interleaved sensors Built-in
shielding against static charges PEEK enclosure material (resistant to
organic solvents, e.g., DGBE)
ISO/IEC 17025 calibration service available
10 MHz to 6 GHz
Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (30 MHz to 6 GHz)
± 0.3 dB in HSL (rotation around probe axis)
± 0.5 dB in tissue material (rotation normal to probe axis)
10 µW/g to > 100 mW/g
Linearity:± 0.2dB
Overall length: 330 mm (Tip: 20 mm)
Tip diameter: 2.5 mm (Body: 12 mm) Distance from probe tip to dipole
centers: 1.0 mm
EX3DV4 E-field Probe
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4.2.2 E-FIELD PROBE CALIBRATION
Each probe is calibrated according to a dosimetric assessment procedure with accuracy better
than ±10%. The spherical isotropy was evaluated and found to be better than ± 0.25dB. The
sensitivity parameters (NormX, NormY, NormZ), the diode compression parameter (DCP) and
the conversion factor (ConvF) of the probe are tested.
The free space E-field from amplified probe outputs is determined in a test chamber. This is
performed in a TEM cell for frequencies bellow 1 GHz, and in a wave guide above 1 GHz for
free space. For the free space calibration, the probe is placed in the volumetric center of the
cavity and at the proper orientation with the field. The probe is then rotated 360 degrees.
E-field temperature correlation calibration is performed in a flat phantom filled with the
appropriate simulated brain tissue. The measured free space E-field in the medium correlates
to temperature rise in a dielectric medium. For temperature correlation calibration a RF
transparent thermostat-based temperature probe is used in conjunction with the E-field probe.
Where: ∆t=Exposure time(30 seconds),
C =Heat capacity of tissue (brain or muscle),
∆T=Temperature increase due to RF exposure.
Or
Where: σ= Simulated Tissue Conductivity,
ρ=Tissue density (kg/m3).
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4.2.3 OTHER TEST EQUIPMENT
4.2.3.1. Device Holder for Transmitters
Construction: Simple but effective and easy-to-use extension for Mounting Device that facilitates
the testing of larger devices (e.g., laptops, cameras, etc.) It is light weight and fits easily on the
upper part of the Mounting Device in place of the phone positioner. The extension is fully compatible
with the Twin SAM, ELI4and SAM v6.0Phantoms.
Material: POM, Acrylic glass, Foam
4.2.3.2 Phantom
Model
Construction
Shell Thickness
Filling Volume
Dimensions
Aailable
ELI4 Phantom
Phantom for compliance testing of
handheld and body-mounted wireless
devices in the frequency range of 30 MHz
to 6 GHz. ELI is fully compatible with the
IEC 62209-2 standard and all known
tissue simulating liquids. ELI has been
optimized regarding its performance and
can be integrated into our standard
phantom tables. A cover prevents
evaporation of the liquid. Reference
markings on the phantom allow
installation of the complete setup,
including all predefined phantom positions
and measurement grids, by teaching
three points. The phantom is compatible
with all SPEAG dosimetric probes and
dipoles.
2±0.1 mm
Approx. 30 liters
Length: 600 mm ; Width: 190mm
Height: adjustable feet
Special
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4.2.4 SCANNING PROCEDURE
The DASY5 installation includes predefined files with recommended procedures for
measurements and validation. They are read-only document files and destined as fully defined
but unmeasured masks. All test positions (head or body-worn) are tested with the same
configuration of test steps differing only in the grid definition for the different test positions.
The “reference” and “drift” measurements are located at the beginning and end of the batch
process. They measure the field drift at one single point in the liquid over the complete procedure.
The indicated drift is mainly the variation of the DUT’s output power and should vary max. ± 5 %.
The “surface check” measurement tests the optical surface detection system of the DASY5
system by repeatedly detecting the surface with the optical and mechanical surface detector and
comparing the results. The output gives the detecting heights of both systems, the difference
between the two systems and the standard deviation of the detection repeatability. Air bubbles or
refraction in the liquid due to separation of the sugar-water mixture gives poor repeatability (above
± 0.1mm). To prevent wrong results tests are only executed when the liquid is free of air bubbles.
The difference between the optical surface detection and the actual surface depends on the probe
and is specified with each probe. (It does not depend on the surface reflectivity or the probe angle
to the surface within ± 30°.)

Area Scan
The “area scan” measures the SAR above the DUT or verification dipole on a parallel plane to the
surface. It is used to locate the approximate location of the peak SAR with 2D spline interpolation.
The robot performs a stepped movement along one grid axis while the local electrical field strength
is measured by the probe. The probe is touching the surface of the SAM during acquisition of
measurement values. The standard scan uses large grid spacing for faster measurement.
Standard grid spacing for head measurements is 15 mm in x- and y- dimension(≤2GHz),12 mm
inx- and y- dimension(2-4 GHz) and 10mm in x- and y- dimension(4-6GHz). If a finer resolution is
needed, the grid spacing can be reduced. Grid spacing and orientation have no influence on the
SAR result. For special applications where the standard scan method does not find the peak SAR
within the grid, e.g. mobile phones with flip cover, the grid can be adapted in orientation.

Zoom Scan
A “zoom scan” measures the field in a volume around the 2D peak SAR value acquired in the
previous “coarse” scan. This is a fine grid with maximum scan spatial resolution:Δxzoom, ∆yzoom≤
2GHz -≤8mm, 2-4GHz -≤5 mm and 4-6 GHz-≤4mm; ∆zzoom≤3GHz -≤5 mm, 3-4 GHz-≤4mm
and 4-6GHz-≤2mm where the robot additionally moves the probe along the z-axis away from the
bottom of the Phantom. DASY is also able to perform repeated zoom scans if more than 1 peak is
found during area scan. In this document, the evaluated peak 1g and 10g averaged SAR values
are shown in the 2D-graphics in Appendix B. Test results relevant for the specified standard (see
chapter 1.4.)are shown in table form form in chapter 7.2.
A Z-axis scan measures the total SAR value at the x-and y-position of the maximum SAR value
found during the cube scan. The probe is moved away in z-direction from the bottom of the SAM
phantom in 2 mm steps. This measurement shows the continuity of the liquid and can - depending
in the field strength – also show the liquid depth.
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The following table summarizes the area scan and zoom scan resolutions per FCC KDB
865664D01:
4.2.5 SPATIAL PEAK SAR EVALUATION
The spatial peak SAR - value for 1 and 10 g is evaluated after the Cube measurements have been
done. The basis of the evaluation are the SAR values measured at the points of the fine cube grid
consisting of 5 x 5 x 7 points( with 8mm horizontal resolution) or 7 x 7 x 7 points( with 5mm
horizontal resolution) or 8 x 8 x 7 points( with 4mm horizontal resolution). The algorithm that finds
the maximal averaged volume is separated into three different stages.

The data between the dipole center of the probe and the surface of the phantom are
extrapolated. This data cannot be measured since the center of the dipole is 2.7 mm away
from the tip of the probe and the distance between the surface and the lowest measuring point
is about 1 mm (see probe calibration sheet). The extrapolated data from a cube
measurement can be visualized by selecting “Graph Evaluated”.

The maximum interpolated value is searched with a straight-forward algorithm. Around this
maximum the SAR - values averaged over the spatial volumes (1g or 10 g) are computed
using the 3d-spline interpolation algorithm. If the volume cannot be evaluated (i.e., if a part of
the grid was cut off by the boundary of the measurement area) the evaluation will be started
on the corners of the bottom plane of the cube.

All neighboring volumes are evaluated until no neighboring volume with a higher average
value is found.
Extrapolation
The extrapolation is based on a least square algorithm [W. Gander, Computermathematik,
p.168-180]. Through the points in the first 3 cm along the z-axis, polynomials of order four are
calculated. These polynomials are then used to evaluate the points between the surface and the
probe tip. The points, calculated from the surface, have a distance of 1 mm from each other.
Interpolation
The interpolation of the points is done with a 3d-Spline. The 3d-Spline is composed of three
one-dimensional splines with the "Not a knot"-condition [W. Gander, Computer mathematic,
p.141-150] (x, y and z -direction) [Numerical Recipes in C, Second Edition, p.123ff ].
Volume Averaging
At First the size of the cube is calculated. Then the volume is integrated with the trapezoidal
algorithm. 8000 points (20x20x20) are interpolated to calculate the average.
Advanced Extrapolation
DASY5 uses the advanced extrapolation option which is able to compensate boundary effects on
E-field probes.
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4.2.6 DATA STORAGE AND EVALUATION
4.2.6.1 Data Storage
The DASY5 software stores the acquired data from the data acquisition electronics as raw data (in
microvolt readings from the probe sensors), together with all necessary software parameters for
the data evaluation (probe calibration data, liquid parameters and device frequency and
modulation data) in measurement files with the extension “.DAE4”. The software evaluates the
desired unit and format for output each time the data is visualized or exported. This allows
verification of the complete software setup even after the measurement and allows correction of
incorrect parameter settings. For example, if a measurement has been performed with a wrong
crest factor parameter in the device setup, the parameter can be corrected afterwards and the
data can be re-evaluated.
The measured data can be visualized or exported in different units or formats, depending on the
selected probe type ([V/m], [A/m], [°C], [mW/g], [mW/cm²], [dBrel], etc.). Some of these units are
not available in certain situations or show meaningless results, e.g., a SAR output in a lossless
media will always be zero. Raw data can also be exported to perform the evaluation with other
software packages.
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4.2.7 DATA EVALUATION BY SEMCAD
The SEMCAD software automatically executes the following procedures to calculate the field units
from the microvolt readings at the probe connector. The parameters used in the evaluation are
stored in the configuration modules of the software:
Probe parameters:
Device
parameters:
Sensitivity
Normi, ai0, ai1, ai2
Conversion factor
ConvFi
Diode compression point
Dcpi
Frequency
Crest factor
cf
Media parameters: Conductivity
Density
These parameters must be set correctly in the software. They can be found in the component
documents or they can be imported into the software from the configuration files issued for the
DASY5 components. In the direct measuring mode of the multi meter option, the parameters of the
actual system setup are used. In the scan visualization and export modes, the parameters stored in
the corresponding document files are used.
The first step of the evaluation is a linearization of the filtered input signal to account for the
compression characteristics of the detector diode. The compensation depends on the input signal,
the diode type and the DC-transmission factor from the diode to the evaluation electronics.
If the exciting field is pulsed, the crest factor of the signal must be known to correctly compensate
for peak power. The formula for each channel can be given as:
Vi = Ui + Ui2 · cf / dcpi
With
Vi = compensated signal of channel i
Ui = input signal of channel i
cf = crest factor of exciting field
dcpi = diode compression point
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From the compensated input signals the primary field data for each channel can
be evaluated:
E-field probes:
Ei = ( Vi / Normi · ConvF )1/2
H-field probes: Hi
With
= ( Vi )1/2 · ( ai0 + ai1 f + ai2f2 ) / f
Vi = compensated signal of channel i
Normi = sensor sensitivity of channel i
( i = x, y, z )
( i = x, y, z )
[mV/(V/m) ] for E-field Probes
ConvF = sensitivity enhancement in solution
aij = sensor sensitivity factors for H-field probes
f = carrier frequency [GHz]
Ei = electric field strength of channel i in V/m
Hi = magnetic field strength of channel i in A/m
The RSS value of the field components gives the total field strength (Hermitian magnitude):
Etot = (EX2+ EY2+ EZ2)1/2
The primary field data are used to calculate the derived field units.
SAR = (Etot) 2 · σ / (ρ· 1000)
With
SAR = local specific absorption rate in mW/g
Etot = total field strength in V/m
= conductivity in [mho/m] or [Siemens/m]
= equivalent tissue density in g/cm
Note that the density is normally set to 1 (or 1.06), to account for actual brain density rather than the
density of the simulation liquid. The power flow density is calculated assuming the excitation field to
be a free space field.
Ppwe = Etot2 / 3770 or Ppwe = Htot2 · 37.7
With
Ppwe = equivalent power density of a plane wave in mW/cm2
Etot = total field strength in V/m
Htot = total magnetic field strength in A/m
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5. SYSTEM VERIFICATION PROCEDURE
5.1 TISSUE VERIFICATION
The simulating liquids should be checked at the beginning of a series of SAR measurements to
determine of the dielectic parameter are within the tolerances of the specified target values. The
measured conductivity and relative permittivity should be within ± 5% of the target values.
The following materials are used for producing the tissue-equivalent materials.
Tissue
Type
Bactericide
DGBE
HEC
NaCl
Body 2450
Body 5G
31.4
0.1
Sucrose
Triton
X-100
Water
Diethylene
Glycol
Monohexylether
10.7
68.5
78.6
10.7
Salt: 99+% Pure Sodium Chloride; Sugar: 98+% Pure Sucrose; Water: De-ionized, 16M + resistivity
HEC: Hydroxyethyl Cellulose; DGBE: 99+% Di(ethylene glycol) butyl ether,[2-(2-butoxyethoxy)ethanol]
Triton X-100(ultra pure): Polyethylene glycol mono [4-(1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl)phenyl]ether
Tissue Verification
Tissue Frequency
Type
(MHz)
Body
Body
Body
Body
2450
5300
5600
5800
Liquid
Temp.
Targeted
Targeted
Deviation
Deviation
Conductivity Permittivity
(℃)
22.5
22.3
22.3
22.3
Conductivity Permittivity Conductivity Permittivity
(σ)
1.969
5.488
5.894
6.171
(εr)
53.190
47.439
46.817
46.485
(σ)
(εr)
(σ) (%)
(εr) (%)
1.95
5.42
5.77
6.00
52.7
48.9
48.5
48.2
0.97
1.25
2.15
2.85
0.93
-2.99
-3.47
-3.56
Date
Mar. 18, 2018
Mar. 18, 2018
Mar. 18, 2018
Mar. 18, 2018
Note:
1)The dielectric parameters of the tissue-equivalent liquid should be measured under similar
ambient conditions and within 2 °C of the conditions expected during the SAR evaluation to satisfy
protocol requirements.
2)KDB 865664 was ensured to be applied for probe calibration frequencies greater than or equal
to 50MHz of the EUT frequencies.
3)The above measured tissue parameters were used in the DASY software to perform interpolation via
the DASY software to determine actual dielectric parameters at the test frequencies. The SAR test plots
may slightly differ from the table above since the DASY rounds to three significant
digits.
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5.2 SYSTEM CHECK
The system check is performed for verifying the accuracy of the complete measurement system and
performance of the software. The system check is performed with tissue equivalent material according to
IEEE P1528 (described above). The following table shows system check results for all frequency bands
and tissue liquids used during the tests.
System
Frequency
Check
(MHz)
Body
Body
Body
Body
2450
5300
5600
5800
Date
Mar. 18, 2018
Mar. 18, 2018
Mar. 18, 2018
Mar. 18, 2018
Targeted
Measured
normalized
SAR-1g
SAR-1g
SAR-1g
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
(W/kg)
51.10
78.40
81.50
78.30
13.00
7.49
8.13
7.68
52.00
74.90
81.30
76.80
Deviation
Dipole
(%)
S/N
1.76
-4.46
-0.25
-1.92
919
1160
1160
1160
5.3 SYSTEM CHECK PROCEDURE
The system check is performed by using a system check dipole which is positioned parallel to the
planar part of the SAM phantom at the reference point. The distance of the dipole to the SAM phantom
is determined by a plexiglass spacer. The dipole is connected to the signal source consisting of signal
generator and amplifier via a directional coupler, N-connector cable and adaption to SMA. It is fed with
a power of 250 mW(below 5GHz) or 100mW(above 5GHz). To adjust this power a power meter is used.
The power sensor is connected to the cable before the system check to measure the power at this point
and do adjustments at the signal generator. At the outputs of the directional coupler both return loss as
well as forward power are controlled during the system check to make sure that emitted power at the
dipole is kept constant. This can also be checked by the power drift measurement after the test.
System check results have to be equal or near the values determined during dipole calibration (target
SAR in table above) with the relevant liquids and test system (±10 %).
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6. SAR MEASUREMENT VARIABILITY AND UNCERTAINTY
6.1 SAR MEASUREMENT VARIABILITY
Per KDB865664 D01 SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz, SAR measurement variability must be
assessed for each frequency band, which is determined by the SAR probe calibration point and
tissue-equivalent medium used for the device measurements. The additional measurements are
repeated after the completion of all measurements requiring the same head or body tissue-equivalent
medium in a frequency band. The test device should be returned to ambient conditions (normal room
temperature) with the battery fully charged before it is re-mounted on the device holder for the
repeated measurement(s) to minimize any unexpected variations in the repeated results.
1) Repeated measurement is not required when the original highest measured SAR is < 0.80 W/kg;
steps 2) through 4) do not apply.
2) When the original highest measured SAR is ≥ 0.80 W/kg, repeat that measurement once.
3) Perform a second repeated measurement only if the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the
original and first repeated measurements is > 1.20 or when the original or repeated measurement is≥
1.45 W/kg (~ 10% from the 1-g SAR limit).
4) Perform a third repeated measurement only if the original, first or second repeated measurement is
≥1.5 W/kg and the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original, first and second repeated
measurements is > 1.20.
The same procedures should be adapted for measurements according to extremity and occupational
exposure limits by applying a factor of 2.5 for extremity exposure and a factor of 5 for occupational
exposure to the corresponding SAR thresholds.
The detailed repeated measurement results are shown in Section 8.2.
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7. OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS DURING TEST
7.1 SAR TEST CONFIGURATION
7.1.1 WIFI TEST CONFIGURATION
For WLAN SAR testing, WLAN engineering testing software installed on the DUT can provide
continuous transmitting RF signal.
2.4G
Mode
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n HT20
802.11n HT40
Duty cycle
99.04%
98.09%
97.96%
95.93%
Crest factor
1.01
1.02
1.02
1.04
5G
Mode
802.11a
Duty cycle
Crest factor
97.34%
1.03
802.11n
HT20
97.80%
1.02
802.11n
HT40
92.39%
1.08
802.11ac
VHT20
95.15%
1.05
802.11ac
VHT40
86.11%
1.16
802.11ac
VHT80
75.00%
1.33
802.11ac
VHT160
86.44%
1.16
For WiFi SAR testing, a communication link is set up with the test mode software for WiFi mode
test. During the test, at the each test frequency channel, the EUT is operated at the RF continuous
emission mode. The test procedures in KDB 248227 D01 are applied.
7.1.1.1 2.4G SAR Test Requirements
802.11b DSSS SAR Test Requirements
SAR is measured for 2.4 GHz 802.11b DSSS using either a fixed test position or, when applicable,
the initial test position procedure. SAR test reduction is determined according to the following:
1) When the reported SAR of the highest measured maximum output power channel for the
exposure configuration is ≤ 0.8 W/kg, no further SAR testing is required for 802.11b DSSS in
that exposure configuration.
2) When the reported SAR is > 0.8 W/kg, SAR is required for that exposure configuration using the
next highest measured output power channel. When any reported SAR is > 1.2 W/kg, SAR is
required for the third channel; i.e., all channels require testing.
2.4 GHz 802.11g/n OFDM SAR Test Exclusion Requirements
When SAR measurement is required for 2.4 GHz 802.11g/n OFDM configurations, the
measurement and test reduction procedures for OFDM are applied. SAR is not required for the
following 2.4 GHz OFDM conditions.
1) When KDB Publication 447498 SAR test exclusion applies to the OFDM configuration.
2) When the highest reported SAR for DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM to DSSS specified
maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg.
SAR Test Requirements for OFDM configurations
When SAR measurement is required for 2.4 GHz 802.11g/n OFDM configurations, each standalone
And frequency aggregated band is considered separately for SAR test reduction. In applying the
initial test configuration and subsequent test configuration procedures, the 802.11 transmission
configuration with the highest specified maximum output power and the channel within a test
configuration with the highest measured maximum output power should be clearly distinguished to
apply the procedures.
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7.1.1.2 5G SAR Test Requirements
 U-NII-1 and U-NII-2A Band
For devices that operate in both U-NII-1 and U-NII-2A bands, when the same maximum output
power is specified for both bands, begin SAR measurement in U-NII-2A band by applying the
OFDM SAR requirements. If the highest reported SAR for a test configuration is ≤ 1.2 W/kg, SAR
is not required for U-NII-1 band for that configuration (802.11 mode and exposure condition);
otherwise, both bands are tested independently for SAR. When different maximum output power is
specified for the bands, begin SAR measurement in the band with higher specified maximum
output power. The highest reported SAR for the tested configuration is adjusted by the ratio of
lower to higher specified maximum output power for the two bands. When the adjusted SAR is ≤
1.2 W/kg, SAR is not required for the band with lower maximum output power in that test
configuration; otherwise, both bands are tested independently for SAR.
 U-NII-2C, U-NII-3 Bands
The frequency range covered by these bands is 380 MHz (5.47 – 5.85 GHz), which requires a
minimum of at least two SAR probe calibration frequency points to support SAR measurements.
When Terminal Doppler Weather Radar (TDWR) restriction applies, the channels at 5.60 – 5.65
GHz in U-NII-2C band must be disabled with acceptable mechanisms and documented in the
equipment certification.
Unless band gap channels are permanently disabled, they must be considered for SAR testing.
To maintain SAR measurement accuracy and to facilitate test reduction, the channels in U-NII-2C
band above 5.65 GHz may be grouped with the 5.8 GHz channels in U-NII-3 or §15.247 band to
enable two SAR probe calibration frequency points to cover the bands, including the band gap
channels.11 When band gap channels are supported and the bands are not aggregated for SAR
testing, band gap channels must be considered independently in each band according to the
normally required OFDM SAR measurement and probe calibration frequency points requirements.
7.1.1.3 OFDM transmission mode and SAR test channel selection
For the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, when the same maximum output power was specified for
multiple OFDM transmission mode configurations in a frequency band or aggregated band, SAR
is measured using the configuration with the largest channel bandwidth, lowest order modulation
and lowest data rate. When the maximum output power of a channel is the same for equivalent
OFDM configurations(for example 802.11a,802.11n and 802.11ac,or 802.11g and 802.11n,with
the same channel bandwidth, modulation, and data rate, etc.),the lower order 802.11
mode(i.e.802.11a then 802.11n and 802.11ac,or 802.11g then 802.11n) is used for SAR
measurement. When the maximum output power are the same for multiple test channels, either
according to the default or additional power measurement requirements, SAR is measured using
the channel closest to the middle of the frequency band or aggregated band. When there are
multiple channels with the same maximum output power, SAR is measured using the higher
number channel.
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7.1.1.4 Initial test configuration procedure
For OFDM, in both 2.4G and 5GHz bands, an initial test configuration is determined for each
frequency band and aggregated band, according to the transmission mode with the highest
maximum output power specified for SAR measurements. When the same maximum output
power is specified for multiple OFDM transmission mode configurations in a frequency band or
aggregated band, SAR is measured using the configuration(s) with the largest channel
bandwidth, lowest order modulation, and lowest data rate. If the average RF output powers of the
highest identical transmission modes are within 0.25 dB of each other, mid channel of the
transmission mode with highest average RF output powers is the initial test channel. Otherwise,
the channel of the transmission mode with the highest average RF output power will be the initial
test configuration.
When the reported SAR is≤ 0.8 W/kg, no additional measurements on other test channels are
required. Otherwise, SAR is evaluated using the subsequent highest average RF output channel
until the reported SAR result is ≤1.2 W/kg or all channels are measured. When there are multiple
untested channels having the same subsequent highest average RF output power, the channel
with higher frequency from the lowest 802.11 mode is considered for SAR measurement.
7.2 TEST POSITION
This DUT was tested in 2 different positions. They are bottom and back of screen as illustrated below:
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8. TEST RESULT
8.1 CONDUCTED POWER RESULTS
8.1.1 CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENTS OF WIFI 2.4G
MIMO(Ant 1 +Ant 2):
Mode
Channel
802.11b
2.4G
802.11g
802.11n
HT20
802.11n
HT40
Average
SAR
Power
Test
(dBm)
(Yes/No)
22.00
21.53
Yes
18.64
22.00
21.70
Yes
Frequency
Data
Ant 1
Ant 2
(MHz)
Rate(Mbps)
Power(dBm)
Power(dBm)
18.51
18.53
18.74
Tune up
2412
2437
11
2462
18.81
18.83
22.00
21.83
Yes
2412
18.26
18.39
22.00
21.34
No
2437
18.56
18.59
22.00
21.59
No
11
2462
18.73
18.32
22.00
21.54
No
2412
18.23
18.26
22.00
21.26
No
2437
18.51
18.60
22.00
21.57
No
11
2462
18.66
18.71
22.00
21.70
No
2422
16.38
16.14
20.00
19.27
No
2437
16.37
16.52
20.00
19.46
No
2452
16.56
16.66
20.00
19.62
No
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Mode
802.11b
2.4G
802.11g
802.11n HT20
802.11n HT40
Channel
Frequency(MHz)
2412
2437
11
Data Rate(Mbps)
Tune up
Ant 1 Power(dBm)
Ant 2 Power(dBm)
15.50
15.33
15.08
15.50
15.43
15.47
2462
15.50
15..4
15.17
2412
15.50
15.24
15.03
2437
15.50
15.30
15.35
11
2462
15.50
15.28
15.06
2412
15.50
15.16
15.47
2437
15.50
15.21
15.28
11
2462
15.50
15.19
15.41
2422
15.50
15.04
15.43
2437
15.50
15.34
15.39
2452
15.50
15.41
15.27
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Note:
1) The Average conducted power of WiFi is measured with RMS detector.
2) Per KDB248227 D01, for WiFi 2.4GHz, the highest measured maximum output power Channel for DSSS
modes (802.11b) was selected for SAR measurement. SAR for OFDM modes(2.4GHz 802.11g/n) was not
required When the highest reported SAR for DSSS is adjusted by the ratio of OFDM modes(802.11g/n)to DSSS
modes(802.11b)specified maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/kg.
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8.1.1.1 CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENTS OF WIFI 5.2G
MIMO(Ant 1 +Ant 2):
Band
Mode
SAR
Power
Test
(dBm)
(Yes/No)
19.00
18.47
No
15.75
19.00
18.79
No
15.41
15.43
19.00
18.43
No
Data Rate
Ant 1
Ant 2
(MHz)
(Mbps)
Power(dBm)
Power(dBm)
15.30
15.60
15.80
Tune-up
36
5180
40
5200
44
5220
48
5240
15.36
15.44
19.00
18.41
No
36
5180
15.30
15.51
19.00
18.42
No
802.11n
40
5200
15.64
15.76
19.00
18.71
No
HT20
44
5220
15.52
15.65
19.00
18.59
No
48
5240
15.81
15.84
19.00
18.83
No
802.11n
38
5190
14.31
14.77
18.00
17.56
No
HT40
46
5230
14.59
14.34
18.00
17.48
No
36
5180
15.75
15.77
19.00
18.77
No
802.11ac
40
5200
15.60
15.74
19.00
18.68
No
HT20
44
5220
15.56
15.69
19.00
18.64
No
48
5240
15.55
15.69
19.00
18.63
No
802.11ac
38
5190
14.69
14.91
18.00
17.81
No
HT40
46
5230
14.88
14.78
18.00
17.84
No
42
5210
MCS8
12.65
12.87
16.00
15.77
No
50
5250
MCS8
11.50
11.81
15.00
14.67
No
802.11a
5.2G
Channel
Average
Frequency
802.11ac
VH80
802.11ac
VH160
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SISO (Ant 1/Ant 2):
Band
Mode
Tune-up
Ant 1 Power(dBm)
Ant 2 Power(dBm)
14.50
14.40
14.19
14.50
14.16
14.23
14.50
14.03
14.10
5240
14.50
13.97
14.47
36
5180
14.50
14.31
14.14
40
5200
14.50
14.04
14.19
44
5220
14.50
13.95
14.07
48
5240
14.50
14.41
14.41
38
5190
14.50
13.97
13.98
46
5230
14.50
14.18
14.24
36
5180
14.50
14.30
14.12
40
5200
14.50
14.11
14.21
44
5220
14.50
13.94
14.05
48
5240
14.50
14.37
14.40
38
5190
14.50
14.02
13.97
46
5230
14.50
14.16
14.24
802.11ac VH80
42
5210
MCS0
14.50
14.21
13.99
802.11ac VH160
50
5250
MCS0
14.50
14.37
14.04
802.11a
802.11n HT20
5.2G
802.11n HT40
802.11ac HT20
802.11ac HT40
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
36
5180
40
5200
44
5220
48
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8.1.1.2 CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENTS OF WIFI 5.3G
MIMO(Ant 1 +Ant 2):
Band
Mode
SAR
Test
(Yes/No)
Data Rate
Ant 1
Ant 2
(MHz)
(Mbps)
Power(dBm)
Power(dBm)
15.58
15.43
19.00
18.52
Yes
15.40
15.36
19.00
18.39
Yes
15.34
15.26
19.00
18.31
Yes
Tune-up
Power
(dBm)
52
5260
56
5280
60
5300
64
5320
15.70
15.68
19.00
18.70
Yes
52
5260
15.96
15.94
19.00
18.96
No
802.11n
56
5280
15.69
15.80
19.00
18.75
No
HT20
60
5300
15.52
15.65
19.00
18.59
No
64
5320
15.68
15.54
19.00
18.62
No
802.11n
54
5270
14.52
14.58
18.00
17.56
No
HT40
62
5310
14.42
14.39
18.00
17.41
No
52
5180
15.51
15.90
19.00
18.72
No
802.11ac
56
5200
15.60
15.69
19.00
18.66
No
HT20
60
5220
15.72
15.59
19.00
18.67
No
64
5240
15.44
15.78
19.00
18.63
No
802.11ac
54
5270
14.79
14.59
18.00
17.70
No
HT40
62
5310
14.90
14.39
18.00
17.66
No
58
5290
12.60
12.93
16.00
15.77
No
802.11a
5.3G
Channel
Average
Frequency
802.11ac
VH80
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SISO (Ant 1/Ant 2):
Band
Mode
802.11a
802.11n HT20
5.3G
802.11n HT40
802.11ac HT20
802.11ac HT40
802.11ac VH80
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
52
5260
56
5280
60
5300
64
Tune-up
Ant 1 Power(dBm)
Ant 2 Power(dBm)
14.50
14.28
14.34
14.50
14.13
14.27
14.50
14.17
14.33
5320
14.50
14.02
14.44
52
5260
14.50
14.12
14.28
56
5280
14.50
14.01
14.20
60
5300
14.50
13.96
14.21
64
5320
14.50
14.44
14.37
54
5270
14.50
14.36
14.07
62
5310
14.50
14.13
14.08
52
5180
14.50
14.25
14.26
56
5200
14.50
14.02
14.18
60
5220
14.50
13.95
14.21
64
5240
14.50
14.40
14.39
54
5270
14.50
14.32
14.03
62
5310
14.50
14.16
14.09
58
5290
14.50
14.31
14.33
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8.1.1.3 CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENTS OF WIFI 5.6G
MIMO(Ant 1 +Ant 2):
Band
Mode
802.11a
802.11n
HT20
5.6G
802.11n
HT40
802.11ac
HT20
802.11ac
HT40
Channel
Frequency
Data Rate
Ant 1
Ant 2
(MHz)
(Mbps)
Power(dBm)
Power(dBm)
Tune-up
Power (dBm)
SAR
Test
(Yes/No)
Average
100
5500
15.27
15.95
19.00
18.64
Yes
104
5520
15.40
15.84
19.00
18.64
Yes
108
5540
15.51
15.86
19.00
18.70
Yes
112
5560
15.59
15.65
19.00
18.63
Yes
116
5580
15.44
15.71
19.00
18.59
Yes
132
5660
15.46
15.48
19.00
18.48
Yes
136
5680
15.50
15.83
19.00
18.68
Yes
140
5700
15.66
15.54
19.00
18.61
Yes
100
5500
15.42
15.83
19.00
18.64
No
104
5520
15.59
15.94
19.00
18.78
No
108
5540
15.81
15.50
19.00
18.67
No
112
5560
15.91
15.69
19.00
18.81
No
116
5580
15.25
15.56
19.00
18.42
No
132
5660
15.40
15.60
19.00
18.51
No
136
5680
15.51
15.56
19.00
18.54
No
140
5700
15.59
15.49
19.00
18.55
No
102
5510
14.82
14.70
18.50
17.77
No
110
5550
15.03
15.08
18.50
18.07
No
118
5590
14.92
14.87
18.50
17.91
No
126
5630
15.01
14.93
18.50
17.98
No
134
5670
14.93
14.52
18.50
17.74
No
100
5500
15.75
15.66
19.00
18.72
No
104
5520
15.68
15.60
19.00
18.65
No
108
5540
15.71
15.68
19.00
18.71
No
112
5560
15.79
15.80
19.00
18.81
No
116
5580
15.95
15.88
19.00
18.93
No
132
5660
15.80
15.78
19.00
18.80
No
136
5680
15.75
15.69
19.00
18.73
No
140
5700
15.84
15.49
19.00
18.68
No
102
5510
14.87
14.65
18.50
17.77
No
110
5550
14.99
15.29
18.50
18.15
No
118
5590
14.87
15.21
18.50
18.05
No
126
5630
14.83
15.12
18.50
17.99
No
134
5670
14.94
15.04
18.50
18.00
No
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802.11ac
VH80
802.11ac
VH160
106
5530
122
5610
114
5570
MCS8
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12.43
12.81
16.00
15.63
No
12.74
12.51
16.00
15.64
No
11.24
11.50
15.00
14.39
No
SISO (Ant 1/Ant 2):
Band
Mode
802.11a
802.11n HT20
5.6G
802.11n HT40
802.11ac HT20
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
100
Tune-up
Ant 1 Power(dBm)
Ant 2 Power(dBm)
5500
16.00
15.91
15.57
104
5520
16.00
15.64
15.52
108
5540
16.00
15.55
15.49
112
5560
16.00
15.49
15.47
116
5580
16.00
15.47
15.81
132
5660
16.00
15.57
15.52
136
5680
16.00
15.68
15.48
140
5700
16.00
15.77
15.83
100
5500
16.00
15.84
15.49
104
5520
16.00
15.47
15.44
108
5540
16.00
15.52
15.47
112
5560
16.00
15.49
15.89
116
5580
16.00
15.93
15.78
132
5660
16.00
15.46
15.92
136
5680
16.00
15.62
15.88
140
5700
16.00
15.78
15.76
102
5510
16.00
15.84
15.84
110
5550
16.00
15.44
15.82
118
5590
16.00
15.32
15.72
126
5630
16.00
15.38
15.63
134
5670
16.00
15.47
15.87
100
5500
16.00
15.86
15.51
104
5520
16.00
15.58
15.47
108
5540
16.00
15.51
15.49
112
5560
16.00
15.92
15.89
116
5580
16.00
15.44
15.73
132
5660
16.00
15.49
15.90
136
5680
16.00
15.63
15.88
140
5700
16.00
15.81
15.78
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802.11ac HT40
802.11ac VH80
802.11ac VH160
102
5510
16.00
15.77
15.85
110
5550
16.00
15.74
15.81
118
5590
16.00
15.66
15.72
126
5630
16.00
15.74
15.77
134
5670
16.00
15.46
15.87
106
5530
16.00
15.72
15.62
122
5610
16.00
15.89
15.90
114
5570
16.00
15.78
15.51
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8.1.1.4 CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENTS OF WIFI 5.8G
MIMO(Ant 1 +Ant 2):
Band
Mode
Data Rate
Ant 1
Ant 2
(MHz)
(Mbps)
Power(dBm)
Power(dBm)
Average
Tune-up
Power
(dBm)
SAR
Test
(Yes/No)
149
5745
15.32
15.24
19.00
18.29
Yes
153
5765
15.24
15.70
19.00
18.49
Yes
157
5785
15.50
15.78
19.00
18.65
Yes
161
5805
15.57
15.83
19.00
18.71
Yes
165
5825
15.62
15.90
19.00
18.77
Yes
149
5745
15.26
15.56
19.00
18.42
No
153
5765
15.22
15.59
19.00
18.42
No
157
5785
15.11
15.64
19.00
18.39
No
161
5805
15.17
15.71
19.00
18.46
No
165
5825
15.15
15.77
19.00
18.48
No
802.11n
151
5755
14.44
14.63
18.00
17.55
No
HT40
159
5795
14.34
15.00
18.00
17.69
No
149
5745
15.74
15.38
19.00
18.58
No
153
5765
15.59
15.26
19.00
18.44
No
157
5785
15.52
15.96
19.00
18.76
No
161
5805
15.62
15.73
19.00
18.69
No
165
5825
15.72
15.70
19.00
18.72
No
802.11
151
5755
14.47
14.60
18.00
17.54
No
ac VH40
159
5795
14.79
14.95
18.00
17.88
No
155
5775
12.81
13.15
16.00
15.99
No
802.11a
802.11n
HT20
5.8G
Channel
Frequency
802.11
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802.11ac
VH80
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Band
Mode
802.11a
802.11n HT20
5.8G
802.11n HT40
802.11ac HT20
802.11ac HT40
802.11ac VH80
Channel
Frequency (MHz)
149
Tune-up
Ant 1 Power(dBm)
Ant 2 Power(dBm)
5745
13.50
13.39
13.34
153
5765
13.50
13.06
13.29
157
5785
13.50
13.01
13.40
161
5805
13.50
12.98
13.02
165
5825
13.50
13.03
13.19
149
5745
13.50
13.46
13.27
153
5765
13.50
13.09
13.25
157
5785
13.50
13.06
13.35
161
5805
13.50
13.45
13.39
165
5825
13.50
13.02
13.07
151
5755
13.50
13.16
13.10
159
5795
13.50
13.24
13.16
149
5745
13.50
13.44
13.23
153
5765
13.50
13.03
13.15
157
5785
13.50
13.06
13.26
161
5805
13.50
13.46
13.38
165
5825
13.50
12.98
13.10
151
5755
13.50
13.22
13.05
159
5795
13.50
13.26
13.11
155
5775
13.50
13.28
15.81
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8.1.1.5 CONDUCTED POWER MEASUREMENTS OF BT
Average Conducted Power(dBm)
BT
Tune up
CH0
CH39
CH78
2402
2441
2480
DH5
4.00
3.64
3.89
3.71
2DH5
4.00
2.26
3.42
3.21
3DH5
4.00
2.24
3.41
3.20
Average Conducted Power(dBm)
BT
Tune up
CH0
CH19
CH39
2402
2441
2480
BLE(1M)
4.00
3.83
3.92
3.49
BLE(2M)
4.00
3.39
3.49
3.11
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8.2 SAR TEST RESULTS
General Notes:
1) Per KDB447498 D01, all measurement SAR results are scaled to the maximum tune-up
tolerance limit to demonstrate compliant.
2) Per KDB447498 D01, testing of other required channels within the operating mode of a
frequency band is not required when the reported 1-g or 10-g SAR for the mid-band or highest
output power channel is:≤0.8 W/kg or 2.0 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g respectively, when the
transmission band is≤100 MHz. When the maximum output power variation across the required
test channels is > ½ dB, instead of the middle channel, the highest output power channel must be
used.
3) Per KDB865664 D01,for each frequency band, repeated SAR measurement is required only
when the measured SAR is ≥0.8W/kg; if the deviation among the repeated measurement is ≤
20%,and the measured SAR <1.45W/kg, only one repeated measurement is required.
4) Per KDB941225 D06, the DUT Dimension is bigger than 9 cm x 5 cm, so 10mm is chosen as
the test separation distance for Hotspot mode. When the antenna-to-edge distance is greater than
2.5cm,such position does not need to be tested.
5) Per KDB648474 D04, SAR is evaluated without a headset connected to the device. When the
standalone reported body-worn SAR is ≤1.2 W/kg, no additional SAR evaluations using a
headset are required.
6) Per KDB865664 D02, SAR plot is only required for the highest measured SAR in each exposure
configuration, wireless mode and frequency band combination; Plots are also required when the
measured SAR is > 1.5 W/kg, or > 7.0 W/kg for occupational exposure. The published RF
exposure KDB procedures may require additional plots; for example, to support SAR to peak
location separation ratio test exclusion and/or volume scan post-processing.
WLAN Notes:
1. For exposure conditions with multiple test positions, such as handset operating next to the ear,
devices with hotspot mode, procedures for initial test position can be applied. Using the
transmission mode determined by the DSSS procedure or initial test configuration, area scans
are measured for all positions in an exposure condition. The test position with the highest
extrapolated(peak)SAR is used as the initial test position. When the reported SAR of the initial
test position is ≤ 0.4 W/kg, further SAR measurement is not required for the other (remaining)
test positions. Otherwise, SAR is evaluated at the subsequent highest peak SAR position until
the reported SAR result is ≤ 0.8 W/kg or all test positions are measured.
2. Justification for test configurations for WLAN per KDB Publication 248227 for 2.4GHZ WIFI
single transmission chain operations, the highest measured maximum output power Channel
for DSSS was selected for SAR measurement.SAR for OFDM modes(2.4GHz 802.11g/n) was
not required due to the maximum allowed powers and the highest reported DSSS SAR. See
Section7.1 for more information.
3. Justification for test configurations for WLAN per KDB Publication 248227 for 5GHZ WIFI single
transmission chain operations, the initial test configuration was
selected according to the
transmission mode with the highest maximum allowed power. Other transmission mode were
not investigated since the highest reported SAR for initial test configuration adjusted by the
ratio of maximum output powers is less than1.2W/kg. See Section 7.1 for more information.
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8.2.1 SAR MEASUREMENT RESULT
8.2.1.1 SAR measurement Result of 2.4G WiFi
Separation
Test
Test
Band
Channel
No.
ANT
Distance
Position
vendor
802.11b
11
T02
802.11b
11
T03
802.11b
T04
802.11b
Back of
Screen
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Conducted
Tune-up
Power
(dBm)
(dBm)
Power
SAR
Scaled
Crest
Reported
Drift
1g
1g SAR
Factor
1g SAR
Rate
(cm)
T01
Maximum
Data
2.5
MIMO
22
21.83
0.018
0.018
1.01
0.019
MIMO
22
21.83
0.02
0.196
0.204
1.01
0.206
MIMO
22
21.53
0.222
0.247
1.01
0.250
MIMO
22
21.70
0.210
0.225
1.01
0.227
Note: 1.The value with boldface is the maximum SAR Value of each test band.
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8.2.1.2 SAR measurement Result of 5G WiFi
Separation
Test
Test
Band
CH
No.
ANT
Distance
Position
vendor
802.11a
64
T07
802.11a
64
T08
802.11a
52
T09
802.11a
56
T10
802.11a
60
T12
802.11a
108
T13
802.11a
108
T14
802.11a
100
T15
802.11a
104
T16
802.11a
112
T17
802.11a
116
T18
802.11a
132
T19
802.11a
136
T20
802.11a
140
T22
802.11a
165
T23
802.11a
165
T24
802.11a
149
T25
802.11a
153
T26
802.11a
157
T27
802.11a
161
Back of
Screen
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Screen
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Screen
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Conducted
Tune-up
Power
(dBm)
(dBm)
Rate
(cm)
T06
Maximum
Data
Power
SAR
Scaled
Crest
Reported
Drift
1g
1g SAR
Factor
1g SAR
2.5
MIMO
19
18.70
0.066
0.070
1.03
0.072
MIMO
19
18.70
0.182
0.195
1.03
0.200
MIMO
19
18.52
0.152
0.170
1.03
0.174
MIMO
19
18.39
0.161
0.185
1.03
0.190
MIMO
19
18.31
0.179
0.210
1.03
0.215
2.5
MIMO
19
18.70
0.031
0.033
1.03
0.034
MIMO
19
18.70
0.201
0.215
1.03
0.221
MIMO
19
18.64
0.184
0.200
1.03
0.206
MIMO
19
18.64
0.05
0.168
0.183
1.03
0.188
MIMO
19
18.63
-0.12
0.172
0.187
1.03
0.192
MIMO
19
18.59
0.155
0.170
1.03
0.175
MIMO
19
18.48
0.188
0.212
1.03
0.218
MIMO
19
18.68
0.224
0.241
1.03
0.248
MIMO
19
18.61
0.206
0.225
1.03
0.231
2.5
MIMO
19
18.77
0.039
0.041
1.03
0.042
MIMO
19
18.77
0.238
0.251
1.03
0.258
MIMO
19
18.29
-0.04
0.211
0.248
1.03
0.255
MIMO
19
18.49
0.203
0.228
1.03
0.235
MIMO
19
18.65
0.224
0.243
1.03
0.249
MIMO
19
18.71
0.01
0.197
0.210
1.03
0.216
Note: 1.The value with boldface is the maximum SAR Value of each test band.
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8.2.1.3 SAR measurement Result of BT
Separation
Test
Test
Band
CH
No.
ANT
Distance
Position
vendor
BT
39
T31
BT
39
T32
BT
T33
BT
78
Back of
Screen
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Back of
Keyboard
Tune-up
Power
(dBm)
(dBm)
Power
SAR
Scaled
Crest
Reported
Drift
1g
1g SAR
Factor
1g SAR
2.5
Aux
3.89
0.000
1.30
0.000
Aux
3.89
0.003
0.003
1.30
0.004
Aux
3.64
0.004
0.004
1.30
0.006
Aux
3.71
0.002
0.002
1.30
0.003
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Rate
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Data
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8.3 MULTIPLE TRANSMITTER EVALUATION
The following tables list information which is relevant for the decision if a simultaneous transmit evaluation is
necessary according to FCC KDB 447498D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06.
The location of the antennas inside the pad is shown as below picture:
8.3.1 STAND-ALONE SAR TEST EXCLUSION
Per FCC KDB 447498D01, SAR compliance for simultaneous transmission must be considered when the
maximum duration of overlapping transmissions, including network hand-offs, is greater than 30 seconds.
This device contains multiple transmitters that may operate simultaneously, and therefore requires a
simultaneous transmission analysis.
WiFi 2.4G / WiFi 5G / BT transmit simultaneously
Co-Location
2.4G WLAN (Aux)
5G WLAN (Aux)
BT(Aux)
2.4G WLAN (Main)
No
No
Yes
5G WLAN (Main)
No
No
Yes
BT(Aux)
Yes
Yes
No
Note: BT antenna only supports the aux antenna.
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8.3.2 SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION CONDITIONS
About WIFI and Bluetooth transmit simultaneously
Back of Screen
Back of Keyboard
WiFi 2.4G
0.019
0.250
WiFi 5.3G
0.072
0.215
WiFi 5.6G
0.034
0.248
WiFi 5.8G
0.042
0.258
BT
0.000
0.006
MAX ∑SAR1g
0.072
0.263
Position
Reported
SAR1g(W/Kg)
MAX. ∑SAR1g=0.263W/Kg<1.6 W/Kg,so Simultaneous SAR are not required for WIFI and Bluetooth.
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APPENDIX
1. Test Layout
Specific Absorption Rate Test Layout
Liquid depth in the flat Phantom (≥15cm depth)
Body(1900~3800MHz)_15.7cm
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Appendix A. SAR Plots of System Verification
(Pls See Appendix A.)
Appendix B.
SAR Plots of SAR Measurement
(Pls See Appendix B.)
Appendix C. Calibration Certificate for Probe and Dipole
(Pls See Appendix C.)
Appendix D. Photographs of the Test Set-Up
(Pls See Appendix D.)
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