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FCC Test Report
Report No.: RF170505C01-2
FCC ID: TVE-141703
Test Model: FortiAP 222E
Series Model: FortiAP 222Exxxxxx, FAP-222Exxxxxx, FORTIAP-222Exxxxxx (where “x”
can be used as “A-Z” or “0-9” or “-“ or blank for software changes or
marketing purposes only)
Received Date: May 05, 2017
Test Date: May 19 ~ Jul. 24, 2017
Issued Date: Jul. 25, 2017
Applicant: Fortinet lnc.
Address: 899 Kifer Road Sunnyvale, CA 94086 USA
Issued By: Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services (H.K.) Ltd., Taoyuan Branch
Lab Address: No. 47-2, 14th Ling, Chia Pau Vil., Lin Kou Dist., New Taipei City, Taiwan
(R.O.C.)
Test Location: No. 19, Hwa Ya 2nd Rd., Wen Hwa Vil., Kwei Shan Dist., Taoyuan City
33383, TAIWAN (R.O.C.)
This report is for your exclusive use. Any copying or replication of this report to or for any other person or entity, or use of our name or trademark, is permitted
only with our prior written permission. This report sets forth our findings solely with respect to the test samples identified herein. The results set forth in this
report are not indicative or representative of the quality or characteristics of the lot from which a test sample was taken or any similar or identical product
unless specifically and expressly noted. Our report includes all of the tests requested by you and the results thereof based upon the information that you
provided to us. You have 60 days from date of issuance of this report to notify us of any material error or omission caused by our negligence, provided,
however, that such notice shall be in writing and shall specifically address the issue you wish to raise. A failure to raise such issue within the prescribed time
shall constitute your unqualified acceptance of the completeness of this report, the tests conducted and the correctness of the report contents. Unless specific
mention, the uncertainty of measurement has been explicitly taken into account to declare the compliance or non-compliance to the specification.
The report must not be used by the client to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by TAF or any government agencies.
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Table of Contents
Release Control Record .................................................................................................................................. 4
1Certificate of Conformity ...................................................................................................................... 5
2Summary of Test Results ..................................................................................................................... 6
2.1Measurement Uncertainty ................................................................................................................... 6
2.2Modification Record ............................................................................................................................ 6
3General Information .............................................................................................................................. 7
3.1General Description of EUT ................................................................................................................ 7
3.2Description of Test Modes ................................................................................................................... 9
3.2.1Test Mode Applicability and Tested Channel Detail ........................................................................... 10
3.3Duty Cycle of Test Signal .................................................................................................................. 12
3.4Description of Support Units ............................................................................................................. 14
3.4.1Configuration of System under Test .................................................................................................. 14
3.5General Description of Applied Standards ........................................................................................ 14
4Test Types and Results ...................................................................................................................... 15
4.1Radiated Emission and Bandedge Measurement ............................................................................. 15
4.1.1Limits of Radiated Emission and Bandedge Measurement .............................................................. 15
4.1.2Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 16
4.1.3Test Procedures ................................................................................................................................. 17
4.1.4Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 18
4.1.5Test Set Up ........................................................................................................................................ 18
4.1.6EUT Operating Conditions ................................................................................................................. 19
4.1.7Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 20
4.2Conducted Emission Measurement .................................................................................................. 39
4.2.1Limits of Conducted Emission Measurement .................................................................................... 39
4.2.2Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 39
4.2.3Test Procedures ................................................................................................................................. 40
4.2.4Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 40
4.2.5Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 40
4.2.6EUT Operating Conditions ................................................................................................................. 40
4.2.7Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 41
4.3Transmit Power Measurement .......................................................................................................... 43
4.3.1Limits of Transmit Power Measurement ............................................................................................ 43
4.3.2Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 43
4.3.3Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 44
4.3.4Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 44
4.3.5Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 44
4.3.6EUT Operating Conditions ................................................................................................................. 44
4.3.7Test Result ......................................................................................................................................... 45
4.4Occupied Bandwidth Measurement .................................................................................................. 51
4.4.1Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 51
4.4.2Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 51
4.4.3Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 51
4.4.4Test Result ......................................................................................................................................... 52
4.5Peak Power Spectral Density Measurement .................................................................................... 54
4.5.1Limits of Peak Power Spectral Density Measurement ...................................................................... 54
4.5.2Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 54
4.5.3Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 54
4.5.4Test Procedures ................................................................................................................................. 55
4.5.5Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 55
4.5.6EUT Operating Conditions ................................................................................................................. 55
4.5.7Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 56
4.6Frequency Stability ............................................................................................................................ 62
4.6.1Limits of Frequency Stability Measurement ...................................................................................... 62
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4.6.2Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 62
4.6.3Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 62
4.6.4Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 62
4.6.5Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 62
4.6.6EUT Operating Condition .................................................................................................................. 62
4.6.7Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 63
4.76dB Bandwidth Measurement ........................................................................................................... 64
4.7.1Limits of 6dB Bandwidth Measurement ............................................................................................. 64
4.7.2Test Setup .......................................................................................................................................... 64
4.7.3Test Instruments ................................................................................................................................ 64
4.7.4Test Procedure .................................................................................................................................. 64
4.7.5Deviation from Test Standard ............................................................................................................ 64
4.7.6EUT Operating Condition .................................................................................................................. 64
4.7.7Test Results ....................................................................................................................................... 65
5Pictures of Test Arrangements .......................................................................................................... 67
Annex A- Radiated Out of Band Emission (OOBE) Measurement (For U-NII-3 band) ............................ 68
Appendix – Information on the Testing Laboratories ................................................................................ 71
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Release Control Record
Issue No. Description Date Issued
RF170505C01-2 Original release. Jul. 25, 2017
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1 Certificate of Conformity
Product: Secured Wireless Access Point
Brand: Fortinet lnc.
Test Model: FortiAP 222E
Series Model: FortiAP 222Exxxxxx, FAP-222Exxxxxx, FORTIAP-222Exxxxxx (where “x” can be
used as “A-Z” or “0-9” or “-“ or blank for software changes or marketing purposes
only)
Sample Status: Engineering sample
Applicant: Fortinet lnc.
Test Date: May 19 ~ Jul. 24, 2017
Standards: 47 CFR FCC Part 15, Subpart E (Section 15.407)
ANSI C63.10:2013
The above equipment has been tested by Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services (H.K.) Ltd.,
Taoyuan Branch, and found compliance with the requirement of the above standards. The test record, data
evaluation & Equipment Under Test (EUT) configurations represented herein are true and accurate accounts
of the measurements of the sample’s EMC characteristics under the conditions specified in this report.
Prepared by :
, Date: Jul. 25, 2017
Pettie Chen / Senior Specialist
Approved by : , Date: Jul. 25, 2017
Ken Liu / Senior Manager
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2 Summary of Test Results
47 CFR FCC Part 15, Subpart E (Section 15.407)
FCC
Clause Test Item Result Remarks
15.407(b)(6) AC Power Conducted Emissions Pass
Meet the requirement of limit.
Minimum passing margin is -5.01dB at
0.47060MHz.
15.407(b)
(1/2/3/4(i/ii)/6)
Radiated Emissions & Band Edge
Measurement Pass
Meet the requirement of limit.
Minimum passing margin is -1.1dB at
5650.00MHz.
15.407(a)(1/2/3) Max Average Transmit Power Pass Meet the requirement of limit.
--- Occupied Bandwidth
Measurement Pass Meet the requirement of limit.
15.407(a)(1/2/3) Peak Power Spectral Density Pass Meet the requirement of limit.
(U-NII-3 Band only)
15.407(e) 6dB bandwidth Pass Meet the requirement of limit.
15.407(g) Frequency Stability Pass Meet the requirement of limit.
15.203 Antenna Requirement Pass
Antenna connector is N-Type. (The
device is professionally installed)
2.1 Measurement Uncertainty
Where relevant, the following measurement uncertainty levels have been estimated for tests performed on
the EUT as specified in CISPR 16-4-2:
Measurement Frequency Expanded Uncertainty
(k=2) (±)
Conducted Emissions at mains ports 150kHz ~ 30MHz 2.94 dB
Radiated Emissions up to 1 GHz 30MHz ~ 200MHz 3.86 dB
200MHz ~1000MHz 3.87 dB
Radiated Emissions above 1 GHz 1GHz ~ 18GHz 2.29 dB
18GHz ~ 40GHz 2.29 dB
2.2 Modification Record
There were no modifications required for compliance.
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3 General Information
3.1 General Description of EUT
Product Secured Wireless Access Point
Brand Fortinet lnc.
Test Model FortiAP 222E
Series model
FortiAP 222Exxxxxx, FAP-222Exxxxxx, FORTIAP-222Exxxxxx (where “x” can
be used as “A-Z” or “0-9” or “-“ or blank for software changes or marketing
purposes only)
Model Difference Refer to Note
Power Supply Rating 54Vdc (POE)
Modulation Type 256QAM, 64QAM, 16QAM, QPSK, BPSK
Modulation Technology OFDM
Transfer Rate
802.11a: 54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6Mbps
802.11n: up to 300Mbps
802.11ac: up to 867Mbps
Operating Frequency 5180~5240MHz, 5745~5825MHz
Number of Channel
5180~5240MHz:
802.11a, 802.11n (HT20), 802.11ac (VHT20): 4
802.11n (HT40), 802.11ac (VHT40): 2
802.11ac (VHT80): 1
5745~5825MHz:
802.11a, 802.11n (HT20), 802.11ac (VHT20): 5
802.11n (HT40), 802.11ac (VHT40): 2
802.11ac (VHT80): 1
Output Power
CDD Mode:
5180~5240MHz: 233.056mW
5745~5825MHz: 373.670mW
Beamforming Mode:
5180~5240MHz: 113.240mW
5745~5825MHz: 186.848mW
Antenna Type Dipole antenna with 7dBi gain
Antenna Connector N-Type (The device is professionally installed)
Accessory Device PoE, wall mount
Cable Supplied 1.8m non-shielded Grounding Cable without core
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Note:
1. All models are listed as below. Model FortiAP 222E is the representative for final test.
Brand Model Difference
Fortinet lnc.
FortiAP 222Exxxxxx where “x” can be used as “A-Z” or “0-9” or “-“ or blank
for software changes or marketing purposes only
FAP-222Exxxxxx
FORTIAP-222Exxxxxx
2. The EUT incorporates a MIMO function. Physically, the EUT provides 2 completed transmitter and 2
receivers.
Band Modulation Mode CDD Mode Beamforming Mode TX Function
5GHz
802.11a Support Not Support 2TX
802.11n (HT20) Support Support 2TX
802.11n (HT40) Support Support 2TX
802.11ac (VHT20) Support Support 2TX
802.11ac (VHT40) Support Support 2TX
802.11ac (VHT80) Support Support 2TX
* The modulation and bandwidth are similar for 802.11n mode for HT20/HT40 and 802.11ac mode for
VHT20/VHT40. After pre-testing, 802.11ac (VHT20/VHT40) power is lower than 802.11n (HT20/HT40),
therefore 802.11n (HT20/HT40) is the worst case to representative mode in test report. (Final test mode
refer section 3.2.1)
3. The EUT consumes power from the following PoE.
PoE
Brand SENAO
Model EPA5006GPR
Input Power 100-240Vac~0.8A, 50-60Hz
Output Power 54Vdc / 0.6A
Power Cord 0.5m non-shielded power cord without core
4. The WLAN & BT LE can transmit simultaneously.
5. The EUT will install at outdoor area, the highest antenna gain from the horizon above 30 degrees as
below, for more detail information please refer to antenna specification and user manual
Antenna Antenna gain Antenna install degree
Dipole -4.032dBi
Due to device will restricted installation position as above photo, thus consider to above 30 degrees from the
horizon the highest antenna gain are chosen from antenna specification exhibits from 120~240 degrees for
U-NII-1 band
6. The above EUT information is declared by manufacturer and for more detailed features description, please
refer to the manufacturer's specifications or user's manual.
5G Ant.
5G Ant.
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3.2 Description of Test Modes
5180~5240MHz:
4 channels are provided for 802.11a, 802.11n (HT20), 802.11ac (VHT20):
Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
36 5180 MHz 44 5220 MHz
40 5200 MHz 48 5240 MHz
2 channels are provided for 802.11n (HT40), 802.11ac (VHT40):
Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
38 5190 MHz 46 5230 MHz
1 channel is provided for 802.11ac (VHT80):
Channel Frequency
42 5210MHz
5745~5825MHz:
5 channels are provided for 802.11a, 802.11n (HT20), 802.11ac (VHT20):
Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
149 5745MHz 161 5805MHz
153 5765MHz 165 5825MHz
157 5785MHz
2 channels are provided for 802.11n (HT40), 802.11ac (VHT40):
Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
151 5755MHz 159 5795MHz
1 channel is provided for 802.11ac (VHT80):
Channel Frequency
155 5775MHz
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3.2.1 Test Mode Applicability and Tested Channel Detail
EUT Configure
Mode
Applicable to Description
RE1G RE<1G PLC APCM
- -
Where RE1G: Radiated Emission above 1GHz & Bandedge
Measurement
RE<1G: Radiated Emission below 1GHz
PLC: Power Line Conducted Emission APCM: Antenna Port Conducted Measurement
Note:
1. The EUT had been pre-tested on the positioned of each 3 axis. The worst case was found when positioned on Z-plane.
Radiated Emission Test (Above 1GHz):
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode from all possible combinations
between available modulations, data rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity architecture).
Following channel(s) was (were) selected for the final test as listed below.
EUT Configure
Mode Mode Frequency Band
(MHz)
Available
Channel Tested Channel Modulation
Technology
Data Rate
(Mbps)
-
802.11a
5180-5240
36 to 48 36, 40, 48 OFDM 6.0
802.11n (HT20) 36 to 48 36, 40, 48 OFDM 6.5
802.11n (HT40) 38 to 46 38, 46 OFDM 13.5
802.11ac (VHT80) 42 42 OFDM 58.5
-
802.11a
5745-5825
149 to 165 149, 157, 165 OFDM 6.0
802.11n (HT20) 149 to 165 149, 157, 165 OFDM 6.5
802.11n (HT40) 151 to 159 151, 159 OFDM 13.5
802.11ac (VHT80) 155 155 OFDM
58.5
Radiated Emission Test (Below 1GHz):
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode from all possible combinations
between available modulations, data rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity architecture).
Following channel(s) was (were) selected for the final test as listed below.
EUT Configure
Mode Mode Frequency Band
(MHz)
Available
Channel Tested Channel Modulation
Technology
Data Rate
(Mbps)
- 802.11a
5180-5240 36 to 48 157 OFDM 6.0
5745-5825 149 to 165 OFDM 6.0
Power Line Conducted Emission Test:
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode from all possible combinations
between available modulations, data rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity architecture).
Following channel(s) was (were) selected for the final test as listed below.
EUT Configure
Mode Mode Frequency Band
(MHz)
Available
Channel Tested Channel Modulation
Technology
Data Rate
(Mbps)
- 802.11a
5180-5240 36 to 48 157 OFDM 6.0
5745-5825 149 to 165 OFDM 6.0
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Antenna Port Conducted Measurement:
This item includes all test value of each mode, but only includes spectrum plot of worst value of each
mode.
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode from all possible combinations
between available modulations, data rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity architecture).
Following channel(s) was (were) selected for the final test as listed below.
EUT Configure
Mode Mode Frequency Band
(MHz)
Available
Channel Tested Channel Modulation
Technology
Data Rate
(Mbps)
-
802.11a
5180-5240
36 to 48 36, 40, 48 OFDM 6.0
802.11n (HT20) 36 to 48 36, 40, 48 OFDM 6.5
802.11n (HT40) 38 to 46 38, 46 OFDM 13.5
802.11ac (VHT80) 42 42 OFDM 58.5
-
802.11a
5745-5825
149 to 165 149, 157, 165 OFDM 6.0
802.11n (HT20) 149 to 165 149, 157, 165 OFDM 6.5
802.11n (HT40) 151 to 159 151, 159 OFDM 13.5
802.11ac (VHT80) 155 155 OFDM
58.5
Test Condition:
Applicable to Environmental Conditions Input Power Tested by
RE1G 23deg. C, 66%RH 120Vac, 60Hz Willy Cheng
RE<1G 25deg. C, 66%RH 120Vac, 60Hz Jones Chang
PLC 25deg. C, 67%RH 120Vac, 60Hz Jones Chang
APCM 25deg. C, 60%RH 120Vac, 60Hz Frank Liu
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3.3 Duty Cycle of Test Signal
For U-NII-1 Band
Duty cycle of test signal is > 98%, duty factor is not required
Duty cycle of test signal is < 98 %, duty factor is required
802.11a: Duty cycle = 2.015/2.124 = 0.949, Duty factor = 10 * log(1/0.949) = 0.23
802.11n (HT20): Duty cycle = 4.96/5.056 = 0.981
802.11n (HT40): Duty cycle = 2.389/2.505 = 0.954, Duty factor = 10 * log(1/0.954) = 0.21
802.11ac (VHT80): Duty cycle = 1.124/1.223 = 0.919, Duty factor = 10 * log(1/0.919) = 0.37
802.11a 802.11n (HT20)
802.11n (HT40) 802.11ac (VHT80)
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For U-NII-3 Band
Duty cycle of test signal is > 98%, duty factor is not required
Duty cycle of test signal is < 98 %, duty factor is required
802.11a: Duty cycle = 2.0/2.11 = 0.948, Duty factor = 10 * log(1/0.948) = 0.23
802.11n (HT20): Duty cycle = 4.926/5.038 = 0.978, Duty factor = 10 * log(1/0.978) = 0.10
802.11n (HT40): Duty cycle = 2.397/2.495 = 0.961, Duty factor = 10 * log(1/0.961) = 0.17
802.11ac (VHT80): Duty cycle = 1.117/1.215 = 0.919, Duty factor = 10 * log(1/0.919) = 0.37
802.11a 802.11n (HT20)
802.11n (HT40) 802.11ac (VHT80)
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3.4 Description of Support Units
The EUT has been tested as an independent unit together with other necessary accessories or support units.
The following support units or accessories were used to form a representative test configuration during the
tests.
ID Product Brand Model No. Serial No. FCC ID Remarks
A. Notebook DELL E5410 1HC2XM1 FCC DoC Approved -
Note:
1. All power cords of the above support units are non-shielded (1.8m).
2. Item A acted as a communication partner to transfer data.
ID Descriptions Qty. Length (m) Shielding
(Yes/No) Cores (Qty.) Remarks
1. RJ45 cable 1 1.0 N 0 -
2. RJ45 cable 1 10 N 0 -
3.4.1 Configuration of System under Test
3.5 General Description of Applied Standards
The EUT is a RF Product. According to the specifications of the manufacturer, it must comply with the
requirements of the following standards:
FCC Part 15, Subpart E (15.407)
KDB 789033 D02 General UNII Test Procedure New Rules v01r04
KDB 662911 D01 Multiple Transmitter Output v02r01
ANSI C63.10:2013
All test items have been performed and recorded as per the above standards.
Note: The EUT has been verified to comply with the requirements of FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B (DoC).
The test report has been issued separately.
Remote site
(
1
)
Notebook (A)
PoE (EUT)
(
2
)
EUT
RJ45
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4 Test Types and Results
4.1 Radiated Emission and Bandedge Measurement
4.1.1 Limits of Radiated Emission and Bandedge Measurement
Radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands must comply with the radiated emission limits specified
as below table.
Frequencies (MHz) Field Strength (microvolts/meter) Measurement Distance (meters)
0.009 ~ 0.490 2400/F(kHz) 300
0.490 ~ 1.705 24000/F(kHz) 30
1.705 ~ 30.0 30 30
30 ~ 88 100 3
88 ~ 216 150 3
216 ~ 960 200 3
Above 960 500 3
NOTE:
1. The lower limit shall apply at the transition frequencies.
2. Emission level (dBuV/m) = 20 log Emission level (uV/m).
3. For frequencies above 1000MHz, the field strength limits are based on average detector, however, the
peak field strength of any emission shall not exceed the maximum permitted average limits, specified
above by more than 20dB under any condition of modulation.
Limits of unwanted emission out of the restricted bands
Applicable To Limit
789033 D02 General UNII Test Procedure
New Rules v01r04
Field Strength at 3m
PK: 74 (dBµV/m) AV: 54 (dBµV/m)
Frequency Band Applicable To EIRP Limit Equivalent Field Strength at
3m
5150~5250 MHz 15.407(b)(1)
PK: -27 (dBm/MHz) PK: 68.2(dBµV/m)
5250~5350 MHz 15.407(b)(2)
5470~5725 MHz 15.407(b)(3)
5725~5850 MHz 15.407(b)(4)(i)
PK: -27 (dBm/MHz) *1
PK: 10 (dBm/MHz) *2
PK: 15.6 (dBm/MHz) *3
PK: 27 (dBm/MHz) *4
PK: 68.2(dBµV/m) *1
PK: 105.2 (dBµV/m) *2
PK: 110.8(dBµV/m) *3
PK: 122.2 (dBµV/m) *4
15.407(b)(4)(ii) Emission limits in section 15.247(d)
*1 beyond 75 MHz or more above of the band edge.
*2
below the band edge increasing linearly to 10
dBm/MHz at 25 MHz above.
*
3
below the band edge increasing linearly to a level
of 15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above.
*
4
from 5 MHz above or below the band edge
increasing linearly to a level of 27 dBm/MHz at
the band edge.
Note: The following formula is used to convert the equipment isotropic radiated power (eirp) to field strength:
E = 3
301000000 P µV/m, where P is the eirp (Watts).
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4.1.2 Test Instruments
Description &
Manufacturer Model No. Serial No. Cal. Date Cal. Due
Test Receiver
ROHDE & SCHWARZ ESIB7 100187 May 02, 2017 May 01, 2018
Spectrum Analyzer
ROHDE & SCHWARZ FSP40 100041 Nov. 16, 2016 Nov. 15, 2017
BILOG Antenna
SCHWARZBECK VULB9168 9168-171 Dec. 28, 2016 Dec. 27, 2017
HORN Antenna
SCHWARZBECK 9120D 209 Dec. 27, 2016 Dec. 26, 2017
HORN Antenna
SCHWARZBECK BBHA 9170 BBHA9170241 Dec. 14, 2016 Dec. 13, 2017
Loop Antenna EM-6879 269 Aug. 11, 2016 Aug. 10, 2017
Preamplifier
Agilent 8447D 2944A10738 Aug. 22, 2016 Aug. 21, 2017
Preamplifier
Agilent 8449B 3008A01922 Sep. 18, 2016 Sep. 17, 2017
RF signal cable
HUBER+SUHNER SUCOFLEX 104 Cable-CH3-03 (214378) Aug. 22, 2016 Aug. 21, 2017
RF signal cable
HUBER+SUHNER SUCOFLEX 106 Cable-CH3-03
(309224+12738) Aug. 22, 2016 Aug. 21, 2017
Software
BV ADT
ADT_Radiated_
V7.6.15.9.4 NA NA NA
Antenna Tower
inn-co GmbH MA 4000 013303 NA NA
Antenna Tower Controller
BV ADT AT100 AT93021702 NA NA
Turn Table
BV ADT TT100 TT93021702 NA NA
Turn Table Controller
BV ADT SC100 SC93021702 NA NA
High Speed Peak Power
Meter ML2495A 0824012 Aug. 11, 2016 Aug. 10, 2017
Power Sensor MA2411B 0738171 Aug. 11, 2016 Aug. 10, 2017
26GHz ~ 40GHz Amplifier EM26400 815221 Oct. 17, 2016 Oct. 16, 2017
Note: 1. The calibration interval of the above test instruments is 12 months and the calibrations are traceable
to NML/ROC and NIST/USA.
2. The test was performed in HwaYa Chamber 3.
3. The horn antenna and preamplifier (model: 8449B) are used only for the measurement of emission
frequency above 1GHz if tested.
4. The FCC Designation Number is TW0003. The number will be varied with the Lab location and
scope as attached.
5. The IC Site Registration No. is IC 7450F-3.
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4.1.3 Test Procedures
For Radiated emission below 30MHz
a. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters above the ground at a 3 meter chamber
room. The table was rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
b. The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving antenna, which was mounted on the top
of a variable-height antenna tower.
c. Both X and Y axes of the antenna are set to make the measurement.
d. For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case and the rotatable table was turned
from 0 degrees to 360 degrees to find the maximum reading.
e. The test-receiver system was set to Quasi-Peak Detect Function and Specified Bandwidth with
Maximum Hold Mode.
Note:
1. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 9kHz at frequency
below 30MHz.
For Radiated emission above 30MHz
a. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters (for 30MHz ~ 1GHz) / 1.5 meters (for above
1GHz) above the ground at 3 meter chamber room for test. The table was rotated 360 degrees to
determine the position of the highest radiation.
b. The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving antenna, which was mounted on the top
of a variable-height antenna tower.
c. The height of antenna is varied from one meter to four meters above the ground to determine the
maximum value of the field strength. Both horizontal and vertical polarizations of the antenna are set to
make the measurement.
d. For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case and then the antenna was tuned
to heights from 1 meter to 4 meters and the rotatable table was turned from 0 degrees to 360 degrees to
find the maximum reading.
e. The test-receiver system was set to quasi-peak detect function and specified bandwidth with maximum
hold mode when the test frequency is below 1 GHz.
f. The test-receiver system was set to peak and average detect function and specified bandwidth with
maximum hold mode when the test frequency is above 1 GHz. If the peak reading value also meets
average limit, measurement with the average detector is unnecessary.
Note:
1. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 120kHz for
Quasi-peak detection (QP) at frequency below 1GHz.
2. The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1 MHz and the video bandwidth is 3 MHz
for Peak detection (PK) at frequency above 1GHz.
3. The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1MHz and the video bandwidth is 1/T
(Duty cycle < 98%) or 10Hz (Duty cycle 98%) for Average detection (AV) at frequency above 1GHz.
4. All modes of operation were investigated and the worst-case emissions are reported.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 18 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
4.1.4 Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.1.5 Test Set Up
For Radiated emission below 30MHz
For Radiated emission 30MHz to 1GHz
10m
A
nt. Tower 1-4m
Var ia bl e
Turn Tab le
EUT&
Support Units
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
80cm
3m
1 m
Turn Table
EUT&
Support Units
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
80cm
3m
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 19 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
For Radiated emission above 1GHz
For the actual test configuration, please refer to the attached file (Test Setup Photo).
4.1.6 EUT Operating Conditions
a. Placed the EUT on the testing table.
b. Prepared a notebook to act as a communication partner and placed it outside of testing area.
c. The communication partner connected with EUT via a RJ45 cable and ran a test program (QCARCT.exe)
to enable EUT under transmission condition continuously at specific channel frequency.
d. The necessary accessories enable the system in full functions.
3m
1-4m
Variable
Turn Table
EUT&
Support Units
Ground Plane
Test Receiver
150cm
A
bsorbe
r
nt. Towe
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 20 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
4.1.7 Test Results
Above 1GHz data:
802.11a
CHANNEL TX Channel 36 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 55.3 PK 74.0 -18.7 1.70 H 279 54.5 0.8
2 5150.00 44.3 AV 54.0 -9.7 1.70 H 279 43.5 0.8
3 *5180.00 100.3 PK 1.66 H 216 61.6 38.7
4 *5180.00 90.4 AV 1.66 H 216 51.7 38.7
5 #10360.00 57.1 PK 74.0 -16.9 2.03 H 345 44.4 12.7
6 #10360.00 44.2 AV 54.0 -9.8 2.03 H 345 31.5 12.7
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 66.0 PK 74.0 -8.0 1.38 V 338 65.2 0.8
2 5150.00 52.4 AV 54.0 -1.6 1.38 V 338 51.6 0.8
3 *5180.00 116.1 PK 1.86 V 354 77.4 38.7
4 *5180.00 106.0 AV 1.86 V 354 67.3 38.7
5 #10360.00 58.2 PK 74.0 -15.8 1.86 V 33 45.5 12.7
6 #10360.00 45.0 AV 54.0 -9.0 1.86 V 33 32.3 12.7
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 21 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 40 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 55.9 PK 74.0 -18.1 1.70 H 133 55.1 0.8
2 5150.00 44.1 AV 54.0 -9.9 1.70 H 133 43.3 0.8
3 *5200.00 104.5 PK 1.60 H 217 65.8 38.7
4 *5200.00 94.5 AV 1.60 H 217 55.8 38.7
5 #10400.00 57.9 PK 74.0 -16.1 1.99 H 301 45.2 12.7
6 #10400.00 45.3 AV 54.0 -8.7 1.99 H 301 32.6 12.7
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 64.1 PK 74.0 -9.9 1.86 V 313 63.3 0.8
2 5150.00 51.4 AV 54.0 -2.6 1.86 V 313 50.6 0.8
3 *5200.00 120.9 PK 1.55 V 331 82.2 38.7
4 *5200.00 110.7 AV 1.55 V 331 72.0 38.7
5 #10400.00 59.0 PK 74.0 -15.0 1.49 V 331 46.3 12.7
6 #10400.00 47.0 AV 54.0 -7.0 1.49 V 331 34.3 12.7
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
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CHANNEL TX Channel 48 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 *5240.00 104.8 PK 1.62 H 218 66.0 38.8
2 *5240.00 94.5 AV 1.62 H 218 55.7 38.8
3 5420.00 57.4 PK 74.0 -16.6 1.83 H 339 56.1 1.3
4 5420.00 45.8 AV 54.0 -8.2 1.83 H 339 44.5 1.3
5 #10480.00 58.7 PK 74.0 -15.3 1.99 H 30 45.2 13.5
6 #10480.00 45.6 AV 54.0 -8.4 1.99 H 30 32.1 13.5
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 *5240.00 122.0 PK 1.78 V 329 83.2 38.8
2 *5240.00 111.4 AV 1.78 V 329 72.6 38.8
3 5420.00 57.9 PK 74.0 -16.1 1.59 V 344 56.6 1.3
4 5420.00 47.9 AV 54.0 -6.1 1.59 V 344 46.6 1.3
5 #10480.00 61.2 PK 74.0 -12.8 1.79 V 341 47.7 13.5
6 #10480.00 47.9 AV 54.0 -6.1 1.79 V 341 34.4 13.5
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
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CHANNEL TX Channel 149 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5634.40 56.1 PK 68.2 -12.1 1.71 H 228 54.4 1.7
2 *5745.00 102.8 PK 1.71 H 228 62.9 39.9
3 *5745.00 92.3 AV 1.71 H 228 52.4 39.9
4 #5994.40 57.2 PK 68.2 -11.0 1.17 H 228 54.4 2.8
5 11490.00 58.3 PK 74.0 -15.7 1.89 H 223 43.8 14.5
6 11490.00 44.9 AV 54.0 -9.1 1.89 H 223 30.4 14.5
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5632.80 56.1 PK 68.2 -12.1 1.50 V 354 54.4 1.7
2 *5745.00 119.8 PK 1.50 V 354 79.9 39.9
3 *5745.00 109.2 AV 1.50 V 354 69.3 39.9
4 #5955.20 56.6 PK 68.2 -11.6 1.50 V 354 54.0 2.6
5 11490.00 58.7 PK 74.0 -15.3 1.50 V 149 44.2 14.5
6 11490.00 45.0 AV 54.0 -9.0 1.50 V 149 30.5 14.5
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 24 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 157 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5637.60 55.7 PK 68.2 -12.5 1.97 H 215 54.0 1.7
2 *5785.00 103.0 PK 1.97 H 215 62.9 40.1
3 *5785.00 92.5 AV 1.97 H 215 52.4 40.1
4 #5970.40 57.2 PK 68.2 -11.0 1.97 H 215 54.5 2.7
5 11570.00 59.4 PK 74.0 -14.6 1.72 H 289 45.1 14.3
6 11570.00 45.6 AV 54.0 -8.4 1.72 H 289 31.3 14.3
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5608.00 57.0 PK 68.2 -11.2 1.49 V 354 55.3 1.7
2 *5785.00 120.2 PK 1.49 V 354 80.1 40.1
3 *5785.00 109.6 AV 1.49 V 354 69.5 40.1
4 #5958.40 56.4 PK 68.2 -11.8 1.49 V 354 53.8 2.6
5 11570.00 59.1 PK 74.0 -14.9 1.62 V 329 44.8 14.3
6 11570.00 45.3 AV 54.0 -8.7 1.62 V 329 31.0 14.3
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 25 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 165 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5628.80 55.7 PK 68.2 -12.5 1.32 H 110 54.0 1.7
2 *5825.00 104.9 PK 1.32 H 110 64.7 40.2
3 *5825.00 95.0 AV 1.32 H 110 54.8 40.2
4 #5992.00 56.8 PK 68.2 -11.4 1.32 H 110 54.0 2.8
5 11650.00 58.0 PK 74.0 -16.0 2.21 H 198 43.6 14.4
6 11650.00 44.6 AV 54.0 -9.4 2.21 H 198 30.2 14.4
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5645.60 55.7 PK 68.2 -12.5 1.63 V 331 54.0 1.7
2 *5825.00 120.4 PK 1.63 V 331 80.2 40.2
3 *5825.00 109.8 AV 1.63 V 331 69.6 40.2
4 #5980.80 56.5 PK 68.2 -11.7 1.63 V 331 53.7 2.8
5 11650.00 58.0 PK 74.0 -16.0 1.23 V 338 43.6 14.4
6 11650.00 44.7 AV 54.0 -9.3 1.23 V 338 30.3 14.4
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 26 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
802.11n (HT20)
CHANNEL TX Channel 36 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 53.7 PK 74.0 -20.3 1.82 H 222 52.9 0.8
2 5150.00 42.4 AV 54.0 -11.6 1.82 H 222 41.6 0.8
3 *5180.00 99.0 PK 1.82 H 213 60.3 38.7
4 *5180.00 88.6 AV 1.82 H 213 49.9 38.7
5 #10360.00 56.7 PK 74.0 -17.3 1.56 H 10 44.0 12.7
6 #10360.00 43.8 AV 54.0 -10.2 1.56 H 10 31.1 12.7
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 65.6 PK 74.0 -8.4 1.85 V 18 64.8 0.8
2 5150.00 52.3 AV 54.0 -1.7 1.85 V 18 51.5 0.8
3 *5180.00 116.5 PK 1.56 V 2 77.8 38.7
4 *5180.00 105.3 AV 1.56 V 2 66.6 38.7
5 #10360.00 58.3 PK 74.0 -15.7 1.93 V 313 45.6 12.7
6 #10360.00 45.2 AV 54.0 -8.8 1.93 V 313 32.5 12.7
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 27 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 40 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 52.3 PK 74.0 -21.7 1.66 H 201 51.5 0.8
2 5150.00 41.6 AV 54.0 -12.4 1.66 H 201 40.8 0.8
3 *5200.00 104.8 PK 1.71 H 213 66.1 38.7
4 *5200.00 94.6 AV 1.71 H 213 55.9 38.7
5 #10400.00 57.3 PK 74.0 -16.7 1.49 H 29 44.6 12.7
6 #10400.00 44.8 AV 54.0 -9.2 1.49 H 29 32.1 12.7
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 66.8 PK 74.0 -7.2 1.77 V 19 66.0 0.8
2 5150.00 52.5 AV 54.0 -1.5 1.77 V 19 51.7 0.8
3 *5200.00 121.8 PK 1.77 V 338 83.1 38.7
4 *5200.00 110.5 AV 1.77 V 338 71.8 38.7
5 #10400.00 60.0 PK 74.0 -14.0 1.49 V 23 47.3 12.7
6 #10400.00 47.7 AV 54.0 -6.3 1.49 V 23 35.0 12.7
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 28 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 48 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 *5240.00 103.1 PK 1.71 H 219 64.3 38.8
2 *5240.00 92.9 AV 1.71 H 219 54.1 38.8
3 5420.00 56.9 PK 74.0 -17.1 1.99 H 300 55.6 1.3
4 5420.00 44.7 AV 54.0 -9.3 1.99 H 300 43.4 1.3
5 #10480.00 59.2 PK 74.0 -14.8 1.33 H 22 45.7 13.5
6 #10480.00 45.9 AV 54.0 -8.1 1.33 H 22 32.4 13.5
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 *5240.00 122.3 PK 1.70 V 345 83.5 38.8
2 *5240.00 112.0 AV 1.70 V 345 73.2 38.8
3 5420.00 57.6 PK 74.0 -16.4 1.53 V 320 56.3 1.3
4 5420.00 47.1 AV 54.0 -6.9 1.53 V 320 45.8 1.3
5 #10480.00 60.1 PK 74.0 -13.9 1.87 V 0 46.6 13.5
6 #10480.00 48.0 AV 54.0 -6.0 1.87 V 0 34.5 13.5
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 29 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 149 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5626.40 55.5 PK 68.2 -12.7 1.45 H 123 53.8 1.7
2 *5745.00 104.7 PK 1.45 H 123 64.8 39.9
3 *5745.00 93.3 AV 1.45 H 123 53.4 39.9
4 #5977.60 56.3 PK 68.2 -11.9 1.45 H 123 53.5 2.8
5 11490.00 59.1 PK 74.0 -14.9 1.36 H 229 44.6 14.5
6 11490.00 45.4 AV 54.0 -8.6 1.36 H 229 30.9 14.5
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5629.60 55.9 PK 68.2 -12.3 1.45 V 352 54.2 1.7
2 *5745.00 119.6 PK 1.45 V 352 79.7 39.9
3 *5745.00 109.0 AV 1.45 V 352 69.1 39.9
4 #5975.20 56.5 PK 68.2 -11.7 1.45 V 352 53.7 2.8
5 11490.00 60.5 PK 74.0 -13.5 1.63 V 354 46.0 14.5
6 11490.00 46.5 AV 54.0 -7.5 1.63 V 354 32.0 14.5
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 30 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 157 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5638.40 56.2 PK 68.2 -12.0 1.59 H 122 54.5 1.7
2 *5785.00 106.0 PK 1.59 H 122 65.9 40.1
3 *5785.00 94.6 AV 1.59 H 122 54.5 40.1
4 #5988.00 56.2 PK 68.2 -12.0 1.59 H 122 53.4 2.8
5 11570.00 58.2 PK 74.0 -15.8 1.49 H 107 43.9 14.3
6 11570.00 44.9 AV 54.0 -9.1 1.49 H 107 30.6 14.3
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5616.80 56.8 PK 68.2 -11.4 1.45 V 351 55.1 1.7
2 *5785.00 119.6 PK 1.45 V 351 79.5 40.1
3 *5785.00 109.5 AV 1.45 V 351 69.4 40.1
4 #5993.60 56.8 PK 68.2 -11.4 1.45 V 351 54.0 2.8
5 11570.00 58.8 PK 74.0 -15.2 1.41 V 331 44.5 14.3
6 11570.00 45.2 AV 54.0 -8.8 1.41 V 331 30.9 14.3
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 31 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 165 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5626.40 55.8 PK 68.2 -12.4 1.50 H 112 54.1 1.7
2 *5825.00 105.0 PK 1.50 H 112 64.8 40.2
3 *5825.00 94.6 AV 1.50 H 112 54.4 40.2
4 #5979.20 56.4 PK 68.2 -11.8 1.50 H 112 53.6 2.8
5 11650.00 57.9 PK 74.0 -16.1 1.82 H 148 43.5 14.4
6 11650.00 44.8 AV 54.0 -9.2 1.82 H 148 30.4 14.4
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5610.40 56.4 PK 68.2 -11.8 1.47 V 349 54.7 1.7
2 *5825.00 120.3 PK 1.47 V 349 80.1 40.2
3 *5825.00 109.8 AV 1.47 V 349 69.6 40.2
4 #5994.40 56.5 PK 68.2 -11.7 1.47 V 349 53.7 2.8
5 11650.00 58.0 PK 74.0 -16.0 1.44 V 334 43.6 14.4
6 11650.00 44.7 AV 54.0 -9.3 1.44 V 334 30.3 14.4
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 32 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
802.11n (HT40)
CHANNEL TX Channel 38 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 52.3 PK 74.0 -21.7 1.65 H 160 51.5 0.8
2 5150.00 41.3 AV 54.0 -12.7 1.65 H 160 40.5 0.8
3 *5190.00 92.4 PK 1.70 H 165 53.7 38.7
4 *5190.00 82.9 AV 1.70 H 165 44.2 38.7
5 #10380.00 55.2 PK 74.0 -18.8 1.54 H 234 42.4 12.8
6 #10380.00 41.9 AV 54.0 -12.1 1.54 H 234 29.1 12.8
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 68.4 PK 74.0 -5.6 1.54 V 5 67.6 0.8
2 5150.00 52.6 AV 54.0 -1.4 1.54 V 5 51.8 0.8
3 *5190.00 108.4 PK 1.55 V 19 69.7 38.7
4 *5190.00 99.4 AV 1.55 V 19 60.7 38.7
5 #10380.00 56.4 PK 74.0 -17.6 1.95 V 288 43.6 12.8
6 #10380.00 43.4 AV 54.0 -10.6 1.95 V 288 30.6 12.8
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 33 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 46 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 56.0 PK 74.0 -18.0 2.12 H 186 55.2 0.8
2 5150.00 42.8 AV 54.0 -11.2 2.12 H 186 42.0 0.8
3 *5230.00 99.0 PK 2.20 H 288 60.2 38.8
4 *5230.00 89.0 AV 2.20 H 288 50.2 38.8
5 5350.00 56.9 PK 74.0 -17.1 3.31 H 298 55.8 1.1
6 5350.00 43.6 AV 54.0 -10.4 3.31 H 298 42.5 1.1
7 #10460.00 58.5 PK 74.0 -15.5 1.99 H 228 45.2 13.3
8 #10460.00 45.4 AV 54.0 -8.6 1.99 H 228 32.1 13.3
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 65.7 PK 74.0 -8.3 1.61 V 7 64.9 0.8
2 5150.00 52.7 AV 54.0 -1.3 1.61 V 7 51.9 0.8
3 *5230.00 118.2 PK 1.72 V 332 79.4 38.8
4 *5230.00 108.6 AV 1.72 V 332 69.8 38.8
5 5350.00 60.5 PK 74.0 -13.5 1.74 V 7 59.4 1.1
6 5350.00 47.8 AV 54.0 -6.2 1.74 V 7 46.7 1.1
7 #10460.00 58.8 PK 74.0 -15.2 2.21 V 156 45.5 13.3
8 #10460.00 45.5 AV 54.0 -8.5 2.21 V 156 32.2 13.3
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 34 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 151 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5641.60 55.4 PK 68.2 -12.8 1.80 H 224 53.7 1.7
2 #5650.00 56.3 PK 68.2 -11.9 1.77 H 228 54.6 1.7
3 *5755.00 101.2 PK 1.80 H 224 61.3 39.9
4 *5755.00 90.6 AV 1.80 H 224 50.7 39.9
5 #5967.20 56.2 PK 68.2 -12.0 1.80 H 224 53.5 2.7
6 11510.00 58.4 PK 74.0 -15.6 1.31 H 211 43.9 14.5
7 11510.00 45.0 AV 54.0 -9.0 1.31 H 211 30.5 14.5
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5648.80 62.6 PK 68.2 -5.6 1.50 V 351 60.9 1.7
2 #5650.00 65.0 PK 68.2 -3.2 1.60 V 6 63.3 1.7
3 *5755.00 117.0 PK 1.50 V 351 77.1 39.9
4 *5755.00 106.8 AV 1.50 V 351 66.9 39.9
5 #5938.40 57.2 PK 68.2 -11.0 1.50 V 351 54.6 2.6
6 11510.00 58.1 PK 74.0 -15.9 1.53 V 339 43.6 14.5
7 11510.00 45.3 AV 54.0 -8.7 1.53 V 339 30.8 14.5
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 35 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 159 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5640.80 55.0 PK 68.2 -13.2 1.68 H 131 53.3 1.7
2 *5795.00 101.3 PK 1.68 H 131 61.2 40.1
3 *5795.00 90.9 AV 1.68 H 131 50.8 40.1
4 #5940.00 55.5 PK 68.2 -12.7 1.68 H 131 52.9 2.6
5 11590.00 58.5 PK 74.0 -15.5 1.63 H 261 44.2 14.3
6 11590.00 45.2 AV 54.0 -8.8 1.63 H 261 30.9 14.3
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5628.00 56.2 PK 68.2 -12.0 1.46 V 352 54.5 1.7
2 *5795.00 117.3 PK 1.46 V 352 77.2 40.1
3 *5795.00 107.2 AV 1.46 V 352 67.1 40.1
4 #5938.40 57.0 PK 68.2 -11.2 1.46 V 352 54.4 2.6
5 11590.00 58.8 PK 74.0 -15.2 1.62 V 339 44.5 14.3
6 11590.00 44.9 AV 54.0 -9.1 1.62 V 339 30.6 14.3
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 36 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
802.11ac (VHT80)
CHANNEL TX Channel 42 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 53.9 PK 74.0 -20.1 1.80 H 220 53.1 0.8
2 5150.00 42.5 AV 54.0 -11.5 1.80 H 220 41.7 0.8
3 *5210.00 87.8 PK 1.83 H 165 49.1 38.7
4 *5210.00 78.6 AV 1.83 H 165 39.9 38.7
5 5350.00 53.2 PK 74.0 -20.8 1.77 H 202 52.1 1.1
6 5350.00 41.6 AV 54.0 -12.4 1.77 H 202 40.5 1.1
7 #10420.00 55.4 PK 74.0 -18.6 1.77 H 101 42.5 12.9
8 #10420.00 42.5 AV 54.0 -11.5 1.77 H 101 29.6 12.9
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 5150.00 66.1 PK 74.0 -7.9 1.53 V 5 65.3 0.8
2 5150.00 52.2 AV 54.0 -1.8 1.53 V 5 51.4 0.8
3 *5210.00 104.0 PK 1.59 V 10 65.3 38.7
4 *5210.00 94.4 AV 1.59 V 10 55.7 38.7
5 5350.00 56.7 PK 74.0 -17.3 1.60 V 33 55.6 1.1
6 5350.00 44.7 AV 54.0 -9.3 1.60 V 33 43.6 1.1
7 #10420.00 55.8 PK 74.0 -18.2 1.90 V 168 42.9 12.9
8 #10420.00 43.1 AV 54.0 -10.9 1.90 V 168 30.2 12.9
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 37 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
CHANNEL TX Channel 155 DETECTOR
FUNCTION
Peak (PK)
Average (AV)
FREQUENCY RANGE 1GHz ~ 40GHz
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
5. " * ": Fundamental frequency.
6. " # ": The radiated frequency is out of the restricted band.
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5615.20 56.0 PK 68.2 -12.2 1.76 H 260 54.3 1.7
2 #5650.00 59.2 PK 68.2 -9.0 1.68 H 292 57.5 1.7
3 *5775.00 94.9 PK 1.76 H 260 54.9 40.0
4 *5775.00 84.8 AV 1.76 H 260 44.8 40.0
5 #5925.00 56.1 PK 68.2 -12.1 1.66 H 359 53.5 2.6
6 #5930.40 56.0 PK 68.2 -12.2 1.76 H 260 53.4 2.6
7 11550.00 57.0 PK 74.0 -17.0 1.77 H 205 42.5 14.5
8 11550.00 43.9 AV 54.0 -10.1 1.77 H 205 29.4 14.5
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 #5649.60 63.8 PK 68.2 -4.4 1.47 V 349 62.1 1.7
2 #5650.00 67.1 PK 68.2 -1.1 1.49 V 19 65.4 1.7
3 *5775.00 109.5 PK 1.47 V 349 69.5 40.0
4 *5775.00 99.7 AV 1.47 V 349 59.7 40.0
5 #5925.00 59.0 PK 68.2 -9.2 1.59 V 329 56.4 2.6
6 #5928.00 59.5 PK 68.2 -8.7 1.47 V 349 56.9 2.6
7 11550.00 58.6 PK 74.0 -15.4 1.90 V 251 44.1 14.5
8 11550.00 45.7 AV 54.0 -8.3 1.90 V 251 31.2 14.5
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 38 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
Below 1GHz Worst-Case Data: 802.11a
CHANNEL TX Channel 157 DETECTOR
FUNCTION Quasi-Peak (QP)
FREQUENCY RANGE 30MHz ~ 1GHz
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: HORIZONTAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 29.90 26.5 QP 40.0 -13.5 2.00 H 319 42.9 -16.4
2 57.12 27.5 QP 40.0 -12.5 2.00 H 12 42.1 -14.6
3 103.78 35.2 QP 43.5 -8.3 2.00 H 105 53.2 -18.0
4 142.67 32.4 QP 43.5 -11.1 1.00 H 96 46.5 -14.1
5 169.89 31.3 QP 43.5 -12.2 1.51 H 118 45.2 -13.9
6 214.61 34.0 QP 43.5 -9.5 2.00 H 213 49.8 -15.8
ANTENNA POLARITY & TEST DISTANCE: VERTICAL AT 3 M
NO. FREQ.
(MHz)
EMISSION
LEVEL
(dBuV/m)
LIMIT
(dBuV/m)
MARGIN
(dB)
ANTENNA
HEIGHT
(m)
TABLE
ANGLE
(Degree)
RAW
VALUE
(dBuV)
CORRECTION
FACTOR
(dB/m)
1 30.26 36.4 QP 40.0 -3.6 1.00 V 31 52.8 -16.4
2 62.95 36.7 QP 40.0 -3.3 1.00 V 10 52.0 -15.3
3 88.23 34.1 QP 43.5 -9.4 1.49 V 210 53.9 -19.8
4 103.78 35.7 QP 43.5 -7.8 1.00 V 283 53.7 -18.0
5 156.28 27.7 QP 43.5 -15.8 1.00 V 116 41.4 -13.7
6 214.61 31.7 QP 43.5 -11.8 1.49 V 182 47.5 -15.8
Remarks:
1. Emission Level(dBuV/m) = Raw Value(dBuV) + Correction Factor(dB/m)
2. Correction Factor(dB/m) = Antenna Factor(dB/m) + Cable Factor(dB) – Pre-Amplifier Factor(dB)
3. The other emission levels were very low against the limit.
4. Margin value = Emission Level – Limit value
Report No.: RF170505C01-2 Page No. 39 / 71 Report Format Version:6.1.2
4.2 Conducted Emission Measurement
4.2.1 Limits of Conducted Emission Measurement
Frequency (MHz) Conducted Limit (dBuV)
Quasi-peak Average
0.15 - 0.5 66 - 56 56 - 46
0.50 - 5.0 56 46
5.0 - 30.0 60 50
Note: 1. The lower limit shall apply at the transition frequencies.
2. The limit decreases in line with the logarithm of the frequency in the range of 0.15 to 0.50MHz.
4.2.2 Test Instruments
Description & Manufacturer Model No. Serial No. Cal. Date Cal. Due
Test Receiver
ROHDE & SCHWARZ ESCI 100613 Nov. 21, 2016 Nov. 20, 2017
RF signal cable (with 10dB PAD)
Woken 5D-FB Cable-cond1-01 Dec. 22, 2016 Dec. 21, 2017
LISN
ROHDE & SCHWARZ
(EUT)
ESH3-Z5 835239/001 Mar. 10, 2017 Mar. 09, 2018
LISN
ROHDE & SCHWARZ
(Peripheral)
ESH3-Z5 100311 Jul. 28, 2016 Jul. 27, 2017
Software
ADT
BV ADT_Cond_
V7.3.7.3 NA NA NA
Note: 1. The calibration interval of the above test instruments is 12 months and the calibrations are traceable
to NML/ROC and NIST/USA.
2. The test was performed in HwaYa Shielded Room 1.
3. The VCCI Site Registration No. is C-2040.
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4.2.3 Test Procedures
a. The EUT was placed 0.4 meters from the conducting wall of the shielded room with EUT being
connected to the power mains through a line impedance stabilization network (LISN). Other support units
were connected to the power mains through another LISN. The two LISNs provide 50 ohm/ 50uH of
coupling impedance for the measuring instrument.
b. Both lines of the power mains connected to the EUT were checked for maximum conducted interference.
c. The frequency range from 150kHz to 30MHz was searched. Emission levels under (Limit - 20dB) was not
recorded.
NOTE: The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver is 9kHz for quasi-peak detection (QP)
and average detection (AV) at frequency 0.15MHz-30MHz.
4.2.4 Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.2.5 Test Setup
Note: 1.Support units were connected to second LISN.
Vertical Ground
Reference Plane
40cm
80cm
Test Receiver
Horizontal Ground
Reference Plane
EUT
LISN
For the actual test configuration, please refer to the attached file (Test Setup Photo).
4.2.6 EUT Operating Conditions
Same as 4.1.6.
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4.2.7 Test Results
Phase Line (L) Detector Function Quasi-Peak (QP) /
Average (AV)
No Freq. Corr.
Factor
Reading Value Emission Level Limit Margin
[dB (uV)] [dB (uV)] [dB (uV)] (dB)
[MHz] (dB) Q.P. AV. Q.P. AV. Q.P. AV. Q.P. AV.
1 0.16200 10.41 35.66 24.13 46.07 34.54 65.36 55.36 -19.29 -20.82
2 0.19780 10.43 28.90 17.88 39.33 28.31 63.70 53.70 -24.37 -25.39
3 0.47060 10.50 35.26 30.99 45.76 41.49 56.50 46.50 -10.74 -5.01
4 1.91800 10.52 25.72 21.33 36.24 31.85 56.00 46.00 -19.76 -14.15
5 12.33800 11.02 19.91 14.74 30.93 25.76 60.00 50.00 -29.07 -24.24
6 20.55000 11.45 30.24 29.73 41.69 41.18 60.00 50.00 -18.31 -8.82
REMARKS:
1. Q.P. and AV. are abbreviations of quasi-peak and average individually.
2. The emission levels of other frequencies were very low against the limit.
3. Margin value = Emission level - Limit value
4. Correction factor = Insertion loss + Cable loss
5. Emission Level = Correction Factor + Reading Value.
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Phase Neutral (N)
Detector Function Quasi-Peak (QP) /
Average (AV)
No Freq. Corr.
Factor
Reading Value Emission Level Limit Margin
[dB (uV)] [dB (uV)] [dB (uV)] (dB)
[MHz] (dB) Q.P. AV. Q.P. AV. Q.P. AV. Q.P. AV.
1 0.16932 10.17 33.24 21.60 43.41 31.77 64.99 54.99 -21.58 -23.22
2 0.46567 10.23 34.73 29.35 44.96 39.58 56.59 46.59 -11.63 -7.01
3 1.04200 10.24 23.46 20.10 33.70 30.34 56.00 46.00 -22.30 -15.66
4 3.16600 10.37 20.74 15.25 31.11 25.62 56.00 46.00 -24.89 -20.38
5 11.83415 10.71 19.99 14.64 30.70 25.35 60.00 50.00 -29.30 -24.65
6 21.05000 11.08 27.34 21.80 38.42 32.88 60.00 50.00 -21.58 -17.12
REMARKS:
1. Q.P. and AV. are abbreviations of quasi-peak and average individually.
2. The emission levels of other frequencies were very low against the limit.
3. Margin value = Emission level - Limit value
4. Correction factor = Insertion loss + Cable loss
5. Emission Level = Correction Factor + Reading Value.
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4.3 Transmit Power Measurement
4.3.1 Limits of Transmit Power Measurement
*B is the 26 dB emission bandwidth in megahertz
Per KDB 662911 Method of conducted output power measurement on IEEE 802.11 devices,
Array Gain = 0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for NANT 4;
Array Gain = 0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for channel widths 40 MHz for any NANT;
Array Gain = 5 log(NANT/NSS) dB or 3 dB, whichever is less for 20-MHz channel widths with NANT 5.
For power measurements on all other devices: Array Gain = 10 log(NANT/NSS) dB.
4.3.2 Test Setup
For Power Output
802.11a, 802.11n (HT20), 802.11n (HT40)
802.11ac (VHT80)
For 26dB and Occupied Bandwidth
Operation
Band EUT Category LIMIT
U-NII-1
Outdoor Access Point
1 Watt (30 dBm)
(Max. e.i.r.p 125mW(21 dBm) at any elevation
angle above 30 degrees as measured from the
horizon)
Fixed point-to-point Access Point 1 Watt (30 dBm)
Indoor Access Point 1 Watt (30 dBm)
Mobile and Portable client device 250mW (24 dBm)
U-NII-2A - 250mW (24 dBm) or 11 dBm+10 log B*
U-NII-2C - 250mW (24 dBm) or 11 dBm+10 log B*
U-NII-3 1 Watt (30 dBm)
EUT Power Meter
Power Sensor
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
EUT Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
EUT Attenuator
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4.3.3 Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.3.4 Test Procedure
For Average Power Measurement
For 802.11a, 802.11n (HT20), 802.11n (HT40)
Method PM is used to perform output power measurement, trigger and gating function of wide band power
meter is enabled to measure max output power of TX on burst. Duty factor is not added to measured value.
For 802.11ac (VHT80)
a. Set span to encompass the entire 26 dB EBW (or, alternatively, the entire 99% occupied bandwidth) of the
signal.
b. Set sweep trigger to “free run”.
c. Set RBW = 1 MHz
d. Set VBW 3 MHz
e. Number of points in sweep 2 Span / RBW
f. Sweep time (number of points in sweep) * T
g. Using emission bandwidth to determine the frequency span for integration the channel bandwidth.
h. Detector = RMS
i. Trace mode = max hold
j. Allow max hold to run for at least 60 seconds, or longer as needed to allow the trace to stabilize.
k. Compute power by integrating the spectrum across the EBW (or, alternatively, the entire 99% occupied
bandwidth) of the signal using the instrument’s band power measurement function with band limits set
equal to the EBW (or occupied bandwidth) band edges. If the instrument does not have a band power
function, sum the spectrum levels (in power units) at 1 MHz intervals extending across the EBW (or,
alternatively, the entire 99% occupied bandwidth) of the spectrum.
For 26dB Bandwidth
a. Set RBW = approximately 1% of the emission bandwidth.
b. Set the VBW > RBW.
c. Detector = Peak.
d. Trace mode = max hold.
e. Measure the maximum width of the emission that is 26 dB down from the peak of the emission. Compare
this with the RBW setting of the analyzer. Readjust RBW and repeat measurement as needed until the
RBW/EBW ratio is approximately 1%.
For Occupied Bandwidth
The transmitter output was connected to the spectrum analyzer through an attenuator. The bandwidth of the
fundamental frequency was measured by spectrum analyzer with resolution bandwidth in the range of 1% to
5% of the anticipated emission bandwidth, and a video bandwidth at least 3x the resolution bandwidth and set
the detector to Sampling. The width of a frequency band such that, below the lower and above the upper
frequency limits, the mean powers emitted are each equal to a specified percentage 0.5 %of the total mean
power of a given emission.
4.3.5 Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.3.6 EUT Operating Conditions
The software provided by client to enable the EUT under transmission condition continuously at lowest,
middle and highest channel frequencies individually.
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4.3.7 Test Result
Power Output:
CDD Mode
For U-NII-1 Band (Outdoor Access Point Mode)
802.11a
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Conducted Power (dBm) To tal
Power
(mW)
Tot al
Power
(dBm)
Gain
(dBi)
EIRP
(dBm)
EIRP
limit
(dBm)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 14.23 15.39 61.079 17.86 -4.032 13.83 21.00 Pass
40 5200 20.13 21.14 233.056 23.67 -4.032 19.64 21.00 Pass
48 5240 20.01 20.82 221.012 23.44 -4.032 19.41 21.00 Pass
Note:
Gain = -4.032dBi(above 30 degrees from the horizon),
EIRP = conducted power +(-4.032dBi) + array gain = (0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for NANT 4).
802.11n (HT20)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Conducted Power (dBm) To tal
Power
(mW)
Tot al
Power
(dBm)
Gain
(dBi)
EIRP
(dBm)
EIRP
limit
(dBm)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 14.25 15.45 61.682 17.90 -4.032 13.87 21.00 Pass
40 5200 20.14 20.91 226.586 23.55 -4.032 19.52 21.00 Pass
48 5240 19.70 20.81 213.829 23.30 -4.032 19.27 21.00 Pass
Note:
Gain = -4.032dBi(above 30 degrees from the horizon),
EIRP = conducted power +(-4.032dBi) + array gain = (0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for NANT 4).
802.11n (HT40)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Conducted Power (dBm) To tal
Power
(mW)
Tot al
Power
(dBm)
Gain
(dBi)
EIRP
(dBm)
EIRP
limit
(dBm)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
38 5190 11.04 12.54 30.653 14.86 -4.032 10.83 21.00 Pass
46 5230 18.32 19.63 159.753 22.03 -4.032 18.00 21.00 Pass
Note:
Gain = -4.032dBi(above 30 degrees from the horizon),
EIRP = conducted power +(-4.032dBi) + array gain = (0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for NANT 4).
802.11ac (VHT80)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Conducted Power (dBm) To tal
Power
(mW)
Tot al
Power
(dBm)
Gain
(dBi)
EIRP
(dBm)
EIRP
limit
(dBm)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
42 5210 9.63 11.25 22.518 13.53 -4.032 9.50 21.00 Pass
Note:
Gain = -4.032dBi(above 30 degrees from the horizon),
EIRP = conducted power +(-4.032dBi) + array gain = (0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for NANT 4).
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For U-NII-3 Band
802.11a
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Maximum Conducted Power (dBm) Total
Power
(mW)
Total
Power
(dBm)
Power
Limit
(dBm)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
149 5745 19.37 20.23 191.936 22.83 29.00 Pass
157 5785 21.32 22.33 306.521 24.86 29.00 Pass
165 5825 21.35 22.98 335.067 25.25 29.00 Pass
Note: U-NII-3 Band: Gain = 7dBi > 6dBi, so the power limit shall be reduced to 30-(7-6) = 29.00dBm.
802.11n (HT20)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Maximum Conducted Power (dBm) Total
Power
(mW)
Total
Power
(dBm)
Power
Limit
(dBm)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
149 5745 18.66 20.11 176.016 22.46 29.00 Pass
157 5785 21.33 22.40 309.611 24.91 29.00 Pass
165 5825 22.78 21.27 323.639 25.10 29.00 Pass
Note: U-NII-3 Band: Gain = 7dBi > 6dBi, so the power limit shall be reduced to 30-(7-6) = 29.00dBm.
802.11n (HT40)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Maximum Conducted Power (dBm) Total
Power
(mW)
Total
Power
(dBm)
Power
Limit
(dBm)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
151 5755 19.59 21.48 231.596 23.65 29.00 Pass
159 5795 21.97 23.35 373.670 25.72 29.00 Pass
Note: U-NII-3 Band: Gain = 7dBi > 6dBi, so the power limit shall be reduced to 30-(7-6) = 29.00dBm.
802.11ac (VHT80)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Maximum Conducted Power (dBm) Total
Power
(mW)
Total
Power
(dBm)
Power
Limit
(dBm)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
155 5775 16.96 18.47 119.966 20.79 29.00 Pass
Note: U-NII-3 Band: Gain = 7dBi > 6dBi, so the power limit shall be reduced to 30-(7-6) = 29.00dBm.
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Beamforming Mode
For U-NII-1 Band (Outdoor Access Point Mode)
802.11n (HT20)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Conducted Power (dBm) To tal
Power
(mW)
Tot al
Power
(dBm)
Gain
(dBi)
EIRP
(dBm)
EIRP
limit
(dBm)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 11.24 12.44 30.832 14.89 -1.022 13.87 21.00 Pass
40 5200 17.13 17.90 113.240 20.54 -1.022 19.52 21.00 Pass
48 5240 16.69 17.80 106.905 20.29 -1.022 19.27 21.00 Pass
Note:
Gain = -4.032dBi + beamforming gain (3.01dBi)=-1.022,
EIRP = conducted power +(-4.032dBi) + beamforming gain (3.01dBi) = (0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for NANT
4).
802.11n (HT40)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Conducted Power (dBm) To tal
Power
(mW)
Tot al
Power
(dBm)
Gain
(dBi)
EIRP
(dBm)
EIRP
limit
(dBm)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
38 5190 8.03 9.53 15.311 11.85 -1.022 10.83 21.00 Pass
46 5230 15.31 16.62 79.799 19.02 -1.022 18.00 21.00 Pass
Note:
Gain = -4.032dBi + beamforming gain (3.01dBi)=-1.022,
EIRP = conducted power +(-4.032dBi) + beamforming gain (3.01dBi) = (0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for NANT
4).
802.11ac (VHT80)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Conducted Power (dBm) To tal
Power
(mW)
Tot al
Power
(dBm)
Gain
(dBi)
EIRP
(dBm)
EIRP
limit
(dBm)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
42 5210 6.62 8.24 11.272 10.52 -1.022 9.50 21.00
Pass
Note:
Gain = -4.032dBi + beamforming gain (3.01dBi)=-1.022,
EIRP = conducted power +(-4.032dBi) + beamforming gain (3.01dBi) = (0 dB (i.e., no array gain) for NANT
4).
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For U-NII-3 Band
802.11n (HT20)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Maximum Conducted Power (dBm) Total
Power
(mW)
Total
Power
(dBm)
Power
Limit
(dBm)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
149 5745 15.65 17.10 88.105 19.45
25.99 Pass
157 5785 18.32 19.39 154.882 21.90 25.99 Pass
165 5825 19.77 18.26 161.808 22.09 25.99 Pass
Note: U-NII-3 Band: Directional gain = 7dBi +10log (2) = 10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power limit shall be reduced
to 30-(10.01-6) = 25.99dBm.
802.11n (HT40)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Maximum Conducted Power (dBm) Total
Power
(mW)
Total
Power
(dBm)
Power
Limit
(dBm)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
151 5755 16.58 18.47 115.806 20.64 25.99 Pass
159 5795 18.96 20.34 186.848 22.71 25.99 Pass
Note: U-NII-3 Band: Directional gain = 7dBi +10log (2) = 10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power limit shall be reduced
to 30-(10.01-6) = 25.99dBm.
802.11ac (VHT80)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Maximum Conducted Power (dBm) Total
Power
(mW)
Total
Power
(dBm)
Power
Limit
(dBm)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
155 5775 13.95 15.46 59.987 17.78
25.99 Pass
Note: U-NII-3 Band: Directional gain = 7dBi +10log (2) = 10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power limit shall be reduced
to 30-(10.01-6) = 25.99dBm.
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26dB Bandwidth:
802.11a
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
26dBc Bandwidth (MHz)
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 19.66 19.52
40 5200 31.30 36.38
48 5240 36.30 40.60
802.11n (HT20)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
26dBc Bandwidth (MHz)
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 20.60 20.37
40 5200 32.98 39.41
48 5240 37.87 41.28
802.11n (HT40)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
26dBc Bandwidth (MHz)
Chain 0 Chain 1
38 5190 40.98 41.00
46 5230 60.99 77.08
802.11ac (VHT80)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
26dBc Bandwidth (MHz)
Chain 0 Chain 1
42 5210 83.43 83.44
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Spectrum Plot of Worst Value
802.11a 802.11n (HT20)
802.11n (HT40) 802.11ac (VHT80)
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4.4 Occupied Bandwidth Measurement
4.4.1 Test Setup
4.4.2 Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.4.3 Test Procedure
The transmitter output was connected to the spectrum analyzer through an attenuator. The bandwidth of the
fundamental frequency was measured by spectrum analyzer with resolution bandwidth in the range of 1% to
5% of the anticipated emission bandwidth, and a video bandwidth at least 3x the resolution bandwidth and set
the detector to sampling. The width of a frequency band such that, below the lower and above the upper
frequency limits, the mean powers emitted are each equal to a specified percentage 0.5 %of the total mean
power of a given emission.
Spectrum
Analyzer
EUT Attenuator
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4.4.4 Test Result
802.11a
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (MHz)
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 16.44 16.44
40 5200 16.80 17.52
48 5240 17.40 17.50
149 5745 17.04 25.91
157 5785 17.04 24.60
165 5825 17.28 25.20
802.11n (HT20)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (MHz)
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 17.64 17.76
40 5200 18.00 18.72
48 5240 18.60 18.70
149 5745 18.00 27.60
157 5785 18.00 25.80
165 5825 18.24 26.16
802.11n (HT40)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (MHz)
Chain 0 Chain 1
38 5190 36.24 36.36
46 5230 36.36 36.72
151 5755 36.84 45.36
159 5795 36.84 41.04
802.11ac (VHT80)
Chan. Freq.
(MHz)
Occupied Bandwidth (MHz)
Chain 0 Chain 1
42 5210 75.84 75.84
155 5775 75.84 75.84
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Spectrum Plot of Worst Value
802.11a 802.11n (HT20)
802.11n (HT40) 802.11ac (VHT80)
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4.5 Peak Power Spectral Density Measurement
4.5.1 Limits of Peak Power Spectral Density Measurement
4.5.2 Test Setup
4.5.3 Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
Operation Band EUT Category LIMIT
U-NII-1
Outdoor Access Point
17dBm/ MHz
Fixed point-to-point Access Point
Indoor Access Point
Mobile and Portable client device 11dBm/ MHz
U-NII-2A - 11dBm/ MHz
U-NII-2C - 11dBm/ MHz
U-NII-3 30dBm/ 500kHz
Spectrum
Analyzer
EUT Attenuator
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4.5.4 Test Procedures
For U-NII-1band:
Duty cycle of test signal is 98%
Using method SA-1
1) Set span to encompass the entire emission bandwidth (EBW) of the signal.
2) Set RBW = 1MHz, Set VBW 3 MHz, Detector = RMS
3) Set Channel power measure = 1MHz
4) Sweep time = auto, trigger set to “free run”.
5) Trace average at least 100 traces in power averaging mode.
6) Record the max value
For U-NII-3 band:
Duty cycle of test signal is 98%
Using method SA-1
1) Set span to encompass the entire emission bandwidth (EBW) of the signal.
2) Set RBW = 300 kHz, Set VBW 1 MHz, Detector = RMS.
3) Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum power level in any 300 kHz band segment within
the fundamental EBW.
4) Scale the observed power level to an equivalent value in 500 kHz by adjusting (reducing) the measured 1)
power by a bandwidth correction factor (BWCF) where BWCF = 10log(500 kHz / 300 kHz).
5) Sweep time = auto, trigger set to “free run”.
6) Trace average at least 100 traces in power averaging mode.
7) Record the max value.
4.5.5 Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.5.6 EUT Operating Conditions
Same as 4.3.6.
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4.5.7 Test Results
For U-NII-1 Band (Outdoor Access Point Mode) band
802.11a
Chan. Frequency
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm/MHz) Duty Factor
Total PSD
With Duty
Factor
(dBm/MHz)
Maximum
Limit
(dBm/MHz)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 0.62 2.49 0.23 4.89 12.99 Pass
40 5200 6.49 8.38 0.23 10.77 12.99 Pass
48 5240 7.56 9.22 0.23 11.71 12.99 Pass
Note:
1. Method 1 of power density measurement of KDB 662911 is using for calculating total power density. Total
power density is summing entire spectra across corresponding frequency bins on the various outputs by
computer.
2. For U-NII-1: Directional gain = 7dBi +10log (2) = 10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power density limit shall be
reduced to 17-(10.01-6) = 12.99dBm.
3. Refer to section 3.3 for duty cycle spectrum plot.
802.11n (HT20)
Chan. Frequency
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm/MHz) Total PSD
(dBm/MHz)
Maximum Limit
(dBm/MHz) Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
36 5180 0.21 2.02 4.22 12.99 Pass
40 5200 6.06 7.91 10.09 12.99 Pass
48 5240 6.91 8.84 10.99 12.99 Pass
Note:
1. Method 1 of power density measurement of KDB 662911 is using for calculating total power density. Total
power density is summing entire spectra across corresponding frequency bins on the various outputs by
computer.
2. For U-NII-1: Directional gain = 7dBi +10log (2) = 10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power density limit shall be
reduced to 17-(10.01-6) = 12.99dBm.
3. Refer to section 3.3 for duty cycle spectrum plot.
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802.11n (HT40)
Chan. Frequency
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm/MHz) Duty Factor
Total PSD
With Duty
Factor
(dBm/MHz)
Maximum
Limit
(dBm/MHz)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
38 5190 -5.27 -3.42 0.21 -1.03 12.99 Pass
46 5230 3.43 5.45 0.21 7.77 12.99 Pass
Note:
1. Method 1 of power density measurement of KDB 662911 is using for calculating total power density. Total
power density is summing entire spectra across corresponding frequency bins on the various outputs by
computer.
2. For U-NII-1: Directional gain = 7dBi +10log (2) = 10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power density limit shall be
reduced to 17-(10.01-6) = 12.99dBm.
3. Refer to section 3.3 for duty cycle spectrum plot.
802.11ac (VHT80)
Chan. Frequency
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm/MHz) Duty Factor
Total PSD
With Duty
Factor
(dBm/MHz)
Maximum
Limit
(dBm/MHz)
Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
42 5210 -9.47 -7.08 0.37 -4.74
12.99 Pass
Note:
1. Method 1 of power density measurement of KDB 662911 is using for calculating total power density. Total
power density is summing entire spectra across corresponding frequency bins on the various outputs by
computer.
2. For U-NII-1: Directional gain = 7dBi +10log (2) = 10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power density limit shall be
reduced to 17-(10.01-6) = 12.99dBm.
3. Refer to section 3.3 for duty cycle spectrum plot.
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Spectrum Plot of Worst Value
802.11a / Chain 1 / Ch 48 802.11n (HT20) / Chain 1 / Ch 48
802.11n (HT40) / Chain 1 / Ch 46 802.11ac (VHT80) / Chain 1 / Ch 42
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For U-NII-3 band:
802.11a
Ch. Freq.
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm/300kHz)
PSD
(dBm/500kHz) Duty
factor
Total
PSD
(dBm
/500
kHz)
Limit
(dBm
/500
kHz)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1 Chain 0 Chain 1
149 5745 -0.44 -0.60 1.78 1.62 0.23 4.94 25.99 Pass
157 5785 0.69 0.62 2.91 2.84 0.23 6.12 25.99 Pass
165 5825 0.90 1.19 3.12 3.41 0.23 6.51 25.99 Pass
Note:
1. Method 1 of power density measurement of KDB 662911 is using for calculating total power density. Total
power density is summing entire spectra across corresponding frequency bins on the various outputs by
computer.
2. For U-NII-3: Directional gain =7dBi + 10log(2)=10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power density limit shall be reduced
to 30-(10.01-6) = 25.99dBm.
3. Refer to section 3.3 for duty cycle spectrum plot.
802.11n (HT20)
Ch. Freq.
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm/300kHz)
PSD
(dBm/500kHz) Duty
factor
Total
PSD
(dBm
/500
kHz)
Limit
(dBm
/500
kHz)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1 Chain 0 Chain 1
149 5745 -1.31 -0.68 0.91 1.54 0.10 4.34 25.99 Pass
157 5785 -0.24 0.52 1.98 2.74 0.10 5.48 25.99 Pass
165 5825 0.18 1.02 2.40 3.24 0.10 5.95 25.99 Pass
Note:
1. Method 1 of power density measurement of KDB 662911 is using for calculating total power density. Total
power density is summing entire spectra across corresponding frequency bins on the various outputs by
computer.
2. For U-NII-3: Directional gain =7dBi + 10log(2)=10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power density limit shall be reduced
to 30-(10.01-6) = 25.99dBm.
3. Refer to section 3.3 for duty cycle spectrum plot.
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802.11n (HT40)
Ch. Freq.
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm/300kHz)
PSD
(dBm/500kHz) Duty
factor
Total
PSD
(dBm
/500
kHz)
Limit
(dBm
/500
kHz)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1 Chain 0 Chain 1
151 5755 -3.87 -2.87 -1.65 -0.65 0.17 2.06 25.99 Pass
159 5795 -2.78 -2.21 -0.56 0.01 0.17 2.92 25.99 Pass
Note:
1. Method 1 of power density measurement of KDB 662911 is using for calculating total power density. Total
power density is summing entire spectra across corresponding frequency bins on the various outputs by
computer.
2. For U-NII-3: Directional gain =7dBi + 10log(2)=10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power density limit shall be reduced
to 30-(10.01-6) = 25.99dBm.
3. Refer to section 3.3 for duty cycle spectrum plot.
802.11ac (VHT80)
Ch. Freq.
(MHz)
PSD
(dBm/300kHz)
PSD
(dBm/500kHz) Duty
factor
Total
PSD
(dBm
/500
kHz)
Limit
(dBm
/500
kHz)
Pass /
Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1 Chain 0 Chain 1
155 5775 -10.84 -9.59 -8.62 -7.37 0.37 -4.57 25.99 Pass
Note:
1. Method 1 of power density measurement of KDB 662911 is using for calculating total power density. Total
power density is summing entire spectra across corresponding frequency bins on the various outputs by
computer.
2. For U-NII-3: Directional gain =7dBi + 10log(2)=10.01dBi > 6dBi, so the power density limit shall be reduced
to 30-(10.01-6) = 25.99dBm.
3. Refer to section 3.3 for duty cycle spectrum plot.
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Spectrum Plot of Worst Value
802.11a 802.11n (HT20)
802.11n (HT40) 802.11ac (VHT80)
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4.6 Frequency Stability
4.6.1 Limits of Frequency Stability Measurement
The frequency of the carrier signal shall be maintained within band of operation
4.6.2 Test Setup
4.6.3 Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.6.4 Test Procedure
a. The EUT was placed inside the environmental test chamber and powered by nominal AC voltage.
b. Turn the EUT on and couple its output to a spectrum analyzer.
c. Turn the EUT off and set the chamber to the highest temperature specified.
d. Allow sufficient time (approximately 30 min) for the temperature of the chamber to stabilize, turn the EUT
on and measure the operating frequency after 2, 5, and 10 minutes.
e. Repeat step 2 and 3 with the temperature chamber set to the lowest temperature.
f. The test chamber was allowed to stabilize at +20 degree C for a minimum of 30 minutes. The supply
voltage was then adjusted on the EUT from 85% to 115% and the frequency record.
4.6.5 Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.6.6 EUT Operating Condition
Set the EUT transmit at un-modulation mode to test frequency stability.
Spectrum Analyzer
AC Power Supply
Temperature
Chamber
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4.6.7 Test Results
Frequency Stability Versus Temp.
Operating Frequency: 5180MHz
Temp .
()
Power
Supply
(Vac)
0 Minute 2 Minute 5 Minute 10 Minute
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
Drift
(%)
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
Drift
(%)
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
Drift
(%)
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
Drift
(%)
50 120 5179.9984 -0.00003 5179.9991 -0.00002 5180.0019 0.00004 5179.9990 -0.00002
40 120 5180.0131 0.00025 5180.0140 0.00027 5180.0159 0.00031 5180.0134 0.00026
30 120 5179.9965 -0.00007 5179.9975 -0.00005 5179.9945 -0.00011 5179.9951 -0.00009
20 120 5179.9878 -0.00024 5179.9879 -0.00023 5179.9916 -0.00016 5179.9876 -0.00024
10 120 5179.9869 -0.00025 5179.9882 -0.00023 5179.9918 -0.00016 5179.9898 -0.00020
0 120 5180.0156 0.00030 5180.0169 0.00033 5180.0186 0.00036 5180.0184 0.00036
-10 120 5179.9953 -0.00009 5180.0004 0.00001 5179.9967 -0.00006 5179.9957 -0.00008
-20 120 5179.9912 -0.00017 5179.9874 -0.00024 5179.9888 -0.00022 5179.9873 -0.00025
-30 120 5179.9834 -0.00032 5179.9834 -0.00032 5179.9853 -0.00028 5179.9840 -0.00031
Frequency Stability Versus Voltage
Operating Frequency: 5180MHz
Temp .
()
Power
Supply
(Vac)
0 Minute 2 Minute 5 Minute 10 Minute
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
Drift
(%)
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
Drift
(%)
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
Drift
(%)
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
Drift
(%)
20
138 5179.9879 -0.00023 5179.9875 -0.00024 5179.9911 -0.00017 5179.9871 -0.00025
120 5179.9878 -0.00024 5179.9879 -0.00023 5179.9916 -0.00016 5179.9876 -0.00024
102 5179.9868 -0.00025 5179.9869 -0.00025 5179.9906 -0.00018 5179.9882 -0.00023
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4.7 6dB Bandwidth Measurement
4.7.1 Limits of 6dB Bandwidth Measurement
The minimum of 6dB Bandwidth Measurement is 0.5MHz.
4.7.2 Test Setup
4.7.3 Test Instruments
Refer to section 4.1.2 to get information of above instrument.
4.7.4 Test Procedure
Measurement Procedure REF
a. Set resolution bandwidth (RBW) = 100kHz
b. Set the video bandwidth (VBW) 3 x RBW, Detector = Peak.
c. Trace mode = max hold.
d. Sweep = auto couple.
e. Measure the maximum width of the emission that is constrained by the frequencies associated with the
two amplitude points (upper and lower) that are attenuated by 6 dB relative to the maximum level
measured in the fundamental emission
4.7.5 Deviation from Test Standard
No deviation.
4.7.6 EUT Operating Condition
The software provided by client to enable the EUT under transmission condition continuously at lowest,
middle and highest channel frequencies individually.
Spectrum
Analyzer
EUT Attenuator
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4.7.7 Test Results
802.11a
Channel Frequency
(MHz)
6dB Bandwidth (MHz) Minimum Limit
(MHz) Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
149 5745 16.39 16.36 0.5 Pass
157 5785 16.41 16.37 0.5 Pass
165 5825 16.40 16.38 0.5 Pass
802.11n (HT20)
Channel Frequency
(MHz)
6dB Bandwidth (MHz) Minimum Limit
(MHz) Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
149 5745 17.63 17.61 0.5 Pass
157 5785 17.63 17.18 0.5 Pass
165 5825 17.67 17.57 0.5 Pass
802.11n (HT40)
Channel Frequency
(MHz)
6dB Bandwidth (MHz) Minimum Limit
(MHz) Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
151 5755 35.59 35.89 0.5 Pass
159 5795 35.18 35.22 0.5 Pass
802.11ac (VHT80)
Channel Frequency
(MHz)
6dB Bandwidth (MHz) Minimum Limit
(MHz) Pass / Fail
Chain 0 Chain 1
155 5775 76.04 75.97 0.5 Pass
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Spectrum Plot of Worst Value
802.11a 802.11n (HT20)
802.11n (HT40) 802.11ac (VHT80)
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5 Pictures of Test Arrangements
Please refer to the attached file (Test Setup Photo).
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Annex A- Radiated Out of Band Emission (OOBE) Measurement (For U-NII-3 band)
802.11a
CH149
Horizontal Vertical
CH157
Horizontal Vertical
CH165
Horizontal Vertical
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802.11n (HT20)
CH149
Horizontal Vertical
CH157
Horizontal Vertical
CH165
Horizontal Vertical
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802.11n (HT40)
CH151
Horizontal Vertical
CH159
Horizontal Vertical
802.11ac (VHT80)
CH155
Horizontal Vertical
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Appendix – Information on the Testing Laboratories
We, Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services (H.K.) Ltd., Taoyuan Branch, were founded in 1988 to
provide our best service in EMC, Radio, Telecom and Safety consultation. Our laboratories are FCC
recognized accredited test firms and accredited and approved according to ISO/IEC 17025.
If you have any comments, please feel free to contact us at the following:
Linko EMC/RF Lab
Tel: 886-2-26052180
Fax: 886-2-26051924
Hsin Chu EMC/RF/Telecom Lab
Tel: 886-3-6668565
Fax: 886-3-6668323
Hwa Ya EMC/RF/Safety
Tel: 886-3-3183232
Fax: 886-3-3270892
Email: [email protected].bureauveritas.com
Web Site: www.bureauveritas-adt.com
The address and road map of all our labs can be found in our web site also.
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