M120000015 IEEE 802.11A/B/G/N/AC DUAL 3T3R WIFI PCIE Test Report _DFS Panasonic Avionics Corporation

Panasonic Avionics Corporation IEEE 802.11A/B/G/N/AC DUAL 3T3R WIFI PCIE

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FCC DFS Test Report
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We, International Certification Corp., would like to declare that the tested sample has been
evaluated and in compliance with the requirement of the above standards. The test results
contained in this report refer exclusively to the product. It may be duplicated completely for
legal use with the approval of the applicant. It shall not be reproduced except in full without
the written approval of our laboratory.
Reviewed by:
Approved by:
Along Chen / Assistant Manager
Gary Chang / Manager
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Table of Contents
1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................... 5
1.1 Information .............................................................................................................................................. 5
1.2 Support Equipment List .......................................................................................................................... 5
1.3 The Equipment List ................................................................................................................................ 6
1.4 Testing Condition ................................................................................................................................... 6
1.5 Test Standards ....................................................................................................................................... 6
2 TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DFS ............................................................................................ 7
2.1 Applicability of DFS Requirements ......................................................................................................... 7
2.2 DFS Detection Thresholds and Response Requirement ....................................................................... 8
2.3 Radar Test Waveforms .......................................................................................................................... 9
3 DFS TEST RESULT ............................................................................................................................. 13
3.1 DFS Detection Threshold levels ........................................................................................................... 13
3.2 In-Service Monitoring ........................................................................................................................... 14
3.3 Non-Associated .................................................................................................................................... 17
4 TEST LABORATORY INFORMATION ............................................................................................... 18
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Release Record
Report No.
Version
Description
Issued Date
FZ6N2801
Rev. 01
Initial issue
Apr. 06, 2017
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Summary of Test Results
FCC Rules
Description of Test
Result
FCC 15.407
KDB 905462 D02
Non-Occupancy Period
Pass
FCC 15.407
KDB 905462 D02
Channel Closing Transmission Time
Pass
FCC 15.407
KDB 905462 D02
Channel Move Time
Pass
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1 General Description
1.1 Information
1.1.1 Specification of the Equipment under Test (EUT)
Frequency Range (GHz)
5.15~5.25, 5.25~5.35, 5.47~5.725, 5.725~5.85
Wireless Function
11a / HT20 / HT40 / VHT20 / VHT40 / VHT80
Operating Mode at DFS Band
Client without radar detection and ad hoc function
Firmware / Software Version
10.4-0.0.2217.273
1.1.2 Antenna Details
Ant.
No.
Model
Type
Connector
Operating Frequencies (GHz) / Antenna Gain (dBi)
2.4~2.4835
5.15~5.25
5.25~5.35
5.47~5.725
5.725~5.85
1
RD-NB2573-PULSE SN11
Dipole
R-SMA
3
5
2
RD-NB2573-PULSE SN02
Dipole
R-SMA
3
5
3
RD-NB2573-PULSE SN03
Dipole
R-SMA
3
5
1.1.3 Highest and Possible Lowest Power Level
Highest Power Level and Possible Lowest Power Level
Frequency Band
Highest RF Output
Power (dBm)
Higest EIRP (dBm)
Lowest RF Output
Power (dBm)
Lowest EIRP
(dBm)
5250~5350MHz
23.16
28.16
17.16
22.16
5470~5725MHz
23.39
28.39
17.39
22.39
1.2 Support Equipment List
Support Equipment List
No.
Equipment
Brand Name
Model Name
FCC ID
1
AP (Master)
Netgear
R6100
PY312400225
2
Notebook
DELL
LATITUDE-E5420
B6FV9T1
3
Notebook
DELL
LATITUDE-E6430
9ZFB4X1
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1.3 The Equipment List
Test Site
(DF01-WS)
Instrument
Manufacturer
Model No.
Serial No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Until
Spectrum Analyzer
R&S
FSV 7
101607
Dec. 07, 2016
Dec. 06, 2017
Horn Antenna
1G-18G
ETS-LINDGREN
3115
00149268
Aug. 31, 2016
Aug. 30, 2017
RF Cable
HUBER+SUHNER
SUCOFLEX_104
MY15686/4
Dec. 16, 2016
Dec. 15, 2017
RF Cable
HUBER+SUHNER
SUCOFLEX_104
296081/4
Dec. 16, 2016
Dec. 15, 2017
RF Cable
HUBER+SUHNER
SUCOFLEX_104
500199/4
Dec. 16, 2016
Dec. 15, 2017
RF Cable
HUBER+SUHNER
SUCOFLEX_104
500202/4
Dec. 16, 2016
Dec. 15, 2017
RF Cable
HUBER+SUHNER
SUCOFLEX_104
296088/4
Dec. 16, 2016
Dec. 15, 2017
RF Cable
HUBER+SUHNER
SUCOFLEX_104
329023/4
Dec. 16, 2016
Dec. 15, 2017
RF Cable
HUBER+SUHNER
SUCOFLEX_104
329021/4
Dec. 16, 2016
Dec. 15, 2017
Vector signal
generator
R&S
SMU200A
102098
Dec. 16, 2016
Dec. 15, 2017
Note: Calibration Interval of instruments listed above is one year.
1.4 Testing Condition
Test Item
Test Site
Ambient Condition
Tested By
DFS
DF01-WS
25°C / 65%
Ryan Lee
1.5 Test Standards
According to the specification of EUT, the EUT must comply with following standards and KDB documents.
47 CFR FCC Part 15.407
FCC KDB 905462 D02 UNII DFS Compliance Procedures New Rules v02
FCC KDB 905462 D03 UNII Clients Without Radar Detection New Rules v01r02
FCC KDB 905462 D06 802 11 Channel Plans v02
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2 Technical Requirements for DFS
2.1 Applicability of DFS Requirements
2.1.1 Applicability of DFS Requirements Prior to use of a Channel
Requirement
Operational Mode
Master
Client Without
Radar Detection
Client With Radar
Detection
Non-Occupancy Period
Yes
Not required
Yes
DFS Detection Threshold
Yes
Not required
Yes
Channel Availability Check Time
Yes
Not required
Not required
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
Yes
Not required
Yes
2.1.2 Applicability of DFS Requirements during Normal Operation
Requirement
Operational Mode
Master or Client With Radar
Detection
Client Without Radar
Detection
DFS Detection Threshold
Yes
Not required
Channel Closing Transmission Time
Yes
Yes
Channel Move Time
Yes
Yes
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
Yes
Not required
Additional requirements for devices
with multiple bandwidth modes
Operational Mode
Master or Client With Radar
Detection
Client Without Radar
Detection
U-NII Detection Bandwidth and
Statistical Performance Check
All BW modes must be tested
Not required
Channel Move Time and
Channel Closing Transmission Time
Test using widest BW mode
available
Test using the widest BW mode
available for the link
All other tests
Any single BW mode
Not required
Note: Frequencies selected for statistical performance check should include several frequencies within the
radar detection bandwidth and frequencies near the edge of the radar detection bandwidth. For 802.11
devices it is suggested to select frequencies in all 20 MHz channel blocks and a null frequencies between
the bonded 20 MHz channel blocks.
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2.2 DFS Detection Thresholds and Response Requirement
Below table provides the DFS Detection Thresholds for Master Devices as well as Client Devices
incorporating In-Service Monitoring.
DFS Detection Thresholds for Master Devices and Client Devices With Radar Detection.
Maximum Transmit Power
Value (See Notes 1 , 2 and 3)
EIRP ≥ 200 milliwatt
-64 dBm
EIRP < 200 milliwatt and
power spectral density < 10 dBm / MHz
-62 dBm
EIRP < 200 milliwatt and that do not meet
the power spectral density requirement
-64 dBm
Note 1: This is the level at the input of the receiver assuming a 0 dBi receive antenna.
Note 2: Throughout these test procedures an additional 1 dB has been added to the amplitude of the test
transmission waveforms to account for variations in measurement equipment. This will ensure that the test
signal is at or above the detection threshold level to trigger a DFS response.
Note3: EIRP is based on the highest antenna gain. For MIMO devices refer to KDB Publication 662911 D01.
DFS Response Requirement Values
Parameter
Value
Non-occupancy period
Minimum 30 minutes.
Channel Availability Check Time
60 seconds.
Channel Move Time
10 seconds. (See Note 1.)
Channel Closing Transmission Time
200 milliseconds + an aggregate of 60 milliseconds over
remaining 10 second period.
(See Notes 1 and 2.)
U-NII Detection Bandwidth
Minimum 100% of the U- NII 99% transmission power
bandwidth. (See Note 3.)
Note 1: Channel Move Time and the Channel Closing Transmission Time should be performed with Radar
Type 0. The measurement timing begins at the end of the Radar Type 0 burst.
Note 2: The Channel Closing Transmission Time is comprised of 200 milliseconds starting at the beginning of
the Channel Move Time plus any additional intermittent control signals required to facilitate a Channel move
(an aggregate of 60 milliseconds) during the remainder of the 10 second period. The aggregate duration of
control signals will not count quiet periods in between transmissions.
Note 3: During the U-NII Detection Bandwidth detection test, radar type 0 should be used. For each
frequency step the minimum percentage of detection is 90 percent. Measurements are performed with no
data traffic.
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2.3 Radar Test Waveforms
This section provides the parameters for required test waveforms, minimum percentage of successful
detections, and the minimum number of trials that must be used for determining DFS conformance. Step
intervals of 0.1 microsecond for Pulse Width, 1 microsecond for PRI, 1 MHz for chirp width and 1 for the
number of pulses will be utilized for the random determination of specific test waveforms.
2.3.1 Short Pulse Radar Test Waveforms
Radar
Type
Pulse Width
sec)
PRI (µsec)
Number of
Pulses
Minimum
Percentage of
Successful
Detection
Minimum
Number of Trials
0
1
1428
18
See Note1
See Note1
1
Test A: 15 unique
PRI values
randomly
selected from the
list of 23 PRI
values in Table 5a
60%
30
Test B: 15 unique
PRI values
randomly
selected within
the range of
518-3066
μsec, with a
minimum
increment of 1
μsec, excluding
PRI values
selected in Test A
2
1-5
150-230
23-29
60%
30
3
6-10
200-500
16-18
60%
30
4
11-20
200-500
12-16
60%
30
Aggregate (Radar Types 1-4)
80%
120
Note 1: Short Pulse Radar Type 0 should be used for the detection bandwidth test, channel move time, and
channel closing time tests.
A minimum of 30 unique waveforms are required for each of the Short Pulse Radar Types 2 through 4. If
more than 30 waveforms are used for Short Pulse Radar Types 2 through 4, then each additional waveform
must also be unique and not repeated from the previous waveforms. If more than 30 waveforms are used for
Short Pulse Radar Type 1, then each additional waveform is generated with Test B and must also be unique
and not repeated from the previous waveforms in Tests A or B.
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Pulse Repetition Intervals Values for Test A
Pulse Repetition Frequency
Number
Pulse Repetition Frequency
(Pulses Per Second)
Pulse Repetition Interval
(Microseconds)
1
1930.5
518
2
1858.7
538
3
1792.1
558
4
1730.1
578
5
1672.2
598
6
1618.1
618
7
1567.4
638
8
1519.8
658
9
1474.9
678
10
1432.7
698
11
1392.8
718
12
1355
738
13
1319.3
758
14
1285.3
778
15
1253.1
798
16
1222.5
818
17
1193.3
838
18
1165.6
858
19
1139
878
20
1113.6
898
21
1089.3
918
22
1066.1
938
23
326.2
3066
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2.3.2 Long Pulse Radar Test Waveform
Radar
Type
Pulse
Width
sec)
Chirp Width
(MHz)
PRI (µsec)
Number of
Pulses per
Burst
Number of
Bursts
Minimum
Percentage
of
Successful
Detection
Minimum
Number of
Trials
5
50-100
5-20
1000-2000
1-3
8-20
80%
30
The parameters for this waveform are randomly chosen. Thirty unique waveforms are required for the Long
Pulse Radar Type waveforms. If more than 30 waveforms are used for the Long Pulse Radar Type
waveforms, then each additional waveform must also be unique and not repeated from the previous
waveforms.
2.3.3 Frequency Hopping Radar Test Waveform
Radar
Type
Pulse
Width
sec)
PRI (µsec)
Pulses per
Hop
Hopping
Rate (kHz)
Hopping
Sequence
Length
(msec)
Minimum
Percentage
of
Successful
Detection
Minimum
Number of
Trials
6
1
333
9
0.333
300
70%
30
For the Frequency Hopping Radar Type, the same Burst parameters are used for each waveform. The
hopping
sequence is different for each waveform and a 100-length segment is selected from the hopping
sequence
defined by the following algorithm:
The first frequency in a hopping sequence is selected randomly from the group of 475 integer frequencies
from
5250 5724 MHz. Next, the frequency that was just chosen is removed from the group and a
frequency is
randomly selected from the remaining 474 frequencies in the group. This process continues
until all 475
frequencies are chosen for the set. For selection of a random frequency, the frequencies
remaining within the
group are always treated as equally likely
2.3.4 Radar waveform generation
A single R&S SMU200A Vector Signal Generator is used for the DFS signal generation. This instrument is
capable of generating all the above waveforms with Pulse Sequencer Software. The R&S Pulse Sequencer
Software comes as a stand-alone PC based software with preconfigured project files for DFS. It simplifies the
generation of all required waveforms and offers a one box solution
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2.3.5 DFS Test Setup
2.3.6 Channel Loading/Data Streaming
IP Based (Load Based) - stream the test file from the Master to the Client.
The data file must be of a type that is typical for the device (i.e., MPEG-2, MPEG-4, WAV, MP3,
MP4, AVI, etc.) and must generally be transmitting in a streaming mode.
Minimum channel loading of approximately 17% or greater.
VHT80 Channel Loading: 28%
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3 DFS test result
3.1 DFS Detection Threshold levels
Master DFS Threshold Level
DFS Threshold level: -60.1 dBm
The Interference Radar Detection Threshold Level is (-64dBm) + (2.9 [dBi] ) + {1 dB}= -60.1 dBm. That
had been taken into account the master output power range and antenna gain.
Without Data Traffic Plot (Noise Plot)
Master Data Traffic Plot
Client(EUT) Data Traffic Plot
CalibrationRadar # 0 detection threshold level
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3.2 In-Service Monitoring
3.2.1 In-service Monitoring Limit
In-service Monitoring Limit
Channel Move Time
10 sec
Channel Closing Transmission Time
200 ms + an aggregate of 60 ms over remaining 10 sec periods.
Non-occupancy period
Minimum 30 minutes
3.2.2 Test Procedures
Test Method
Refer as FCC KDB 905642 D02, clause 7.8.3 verified during In-Service Monitoring; Channel Closing
Transmission Time, Channel Move Time. Client Device will associate with the EUT. Observe the
transmissions of the EUT at the end of the radar Burst on the Operating Channel for duration greater
than 10 seconds. Measure and record the transmissions from the EUT during the observation time
(Channel Move Time). Compare the Channel Move Time and Channel Closing Transmission Time
limits.
Refer as FCC KDB 905642 D02, clause 7.8.3 verified during In-Service Monitoring; Non-Occupancy
Period. Client Device will associate with the EUT. Observe the transmissions of the EUT at the end of
the radar Burst on the Operating Channel for duration greater than 10 seconds. Measure and record the
transmissions from the EUT during the observation time (Non-Occupancy Period). Compare the
Non-Occupancy Period limits.
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3.2.3 Test Result of Channel Closing Transmission and Channel Move Time
Modulation
Mode
Freq.
(MHz)
Radar
Type
Channel Closing Transmission Time
Channel Move Time
Test
(0-200ms)
Limit
(0-200ms)
Test
(200ms-10s)
Limit
(200ms-10s)
Test
Limit
VHT80
5530
0
< 200ms
200ms
15
60ms
0.4615
10s
8001 sample bin for measurement
6 bin [200ms~10s]
20 sec Timing Plot
Zoom-in 600 msTiming Plot
After
ending
radar
burst
200ms
200ms~10s 6 bin for data transmit
EUT Signal
200ms
6 bin after 200ms-10s
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3.2.4 Test Result of Non-Occupancy
Non-Occupancy Period Result
Modulation
Mode
Freq. (MHz)
Non-Occupancy Period
Measured
Limit
Result
VHT80
5530
>30min
30min
Complied
2000 sec Timing Plot
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3.3 Non-Associated
Non-Associated Test Result
Modulation Mode
Freq. (MHz)
Observation time
Result
VHT80
5530
30 Minutes
Complied
2000 sec Timing Plot
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4 Test laboratory information
Established in 2012, ICC provides foremost EMC & RF Testing and advisory consultation services by our
skilled engineers and technicians. Our services employ a wide variety of advanced edge test equipment and
one of the widest certification extents in the business.
International Certification Corp (EMC and Wireless Communication Laboratory), it is our definitive objective is
to institute long term, trust-based associations with our clients. The expectation we set up with our clients is
based on outstanding service, practical expertise and devotion to a certified value structure. Our passion is to
grant our clients with best EMC / RF services by oriented knowledgeable and accommodating staff.
Our Test sites are located at Linkou District and Kwei Shan District. Location map can be found on our
website http://www.icertifi.com.tw.
Linkou
Kwei Shan
Kwei Shan Site II
Tel: 886-2-2601-1640
Tel: 886-3-271-8666
Tel: 886-3-271-8640
No. 30-2, Ding Fwu Tsuen, Lin
Kou District, New Taipei City,
Taiwan, R.O.C.
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Kwei Shan District, Tao Yuan City
333, Taiwan, R.O.C.
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City 333, Taiwan, R.O.C.
If you have any suggestion, please feel free to contact us as below information.
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