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Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Version
TEST REPORT NO.
HCT-RF-1806-FI008
DATE
June 27, 2018
DESCRIPTION
- First Approval Report
- Fixed the test plots with higher resolution.
HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
July 6, 2018
- Revised the frequency information at the page 36.
- Revised the spurious emissions test plots.
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Table of Contents
1. GENERAL INFORMATION ......................................................................................................................... 4
1.1. APPLICANT INFORMATION ............................................................................................................. 4
1.2. PRODUCT INFORMATION ............................................................................................................... 4
1.3. TEST INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................ 4
2. FACILITIES AND ACCREDITATIONS ......................................................................................................... 5
2.1. FACILITIES........................................................................................................................................ 5
2.2. EQUIPMENT ...................................................................................................................................... 5
3. TEST SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................................. 6
3.1. STANDARDS ..................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2. MODE OF OPERATION DURING THE TEST ................................................................................... 7
3.3. MAXIMUM MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY .................................................................................. 8
3.4. STANDARDS ENVIRONMENTAL TEST CONDITIONS ................................................................... 8
4. TEST EQUIPMENT ...................................................................................................................................... 9
5. RF OUTPUT POWER ................................................................................................................................ 10
6. OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH ......................................................................................................................... 23
7. INPUT VERSUS OUTPUT SPECTRUM .................................................................................................... 35
8. OUT OF BAND REJECTION & MEAN OUTPUT POWER AND ZONE ENHANCER GAIN..................... 37
9. SPURIOUS AND HARMONIC EMISSION AT ANTENNA TERMINAL ..................................................... 40
10. RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS ...................................................................................................... 66
11. FREQUENCY STABILITY OVER TEMPERATURE AND VOLTAGE VARIATIONS ................................ 71
12. APPENDIX A_EUT AND TEST SETUP PHOTO ..................................................................................... 75
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1. APPLICANT INFORMATION
Company Name
Company Address
SOLiD, Inc.
10, 9th Floor, SOLiD Space, Pangyoyeok-ro 220, Bundang-gu,
Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, 463-400, South Korea
1.2. PRODUCT INFORMATION
EUT Type
ALLIANCE_5W
FCC/ISED Model
MRDU_AWS13
Power Supply
120VAC, 50Hz / DC -48V
Frequency Range
2 110 ~ 2 180 MHz (Downlink)
Tx Output Power
5 W (37 dBm, Downlink)
Supporting Technologies
CDMA, WCDMA, LTE 5 MHz , LTE 10 MHz, LTE 20 MHz
Antenna Specification
Manufacturer does not provide an antenna.
1.3. TEST INFORMATION
FCC Rule Parts
CFR 47 Part 2, Part 27
ISED Rule Parts
RSS-Gen (Issue 5, April 2018), RSS-131 (Issue 3, May 2017),
RSS-139 (Issue 3, July 2015)
Measurement standards
Place of Test
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ANSI C63.26-2015, KDB 971168 D01 v03r01, KDB 935210 D05 v01r02,
RSS-GEN, RSS-131, RSS-139
HCT CO., LTD.
74, Seoicheon-ro 578beon-gil, Majang-myeon, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do,
17383, Rep. of KOREA
(ISED Registration Number : 5944A-5)
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2. FACILITIES AND ACCREDITATIONS
2.1. FACILITIES
The SAC(Semi-Anechoic Chamber) and conducted measurement facility used to collect the radiated data
are located at the 74, Seoicheon-ro 578beon-gil, Majang-myeon, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 17383, Rep. of
KOREA. The site is constructed in conformance with the requirements of ANSI C63.4. (Version :2014) and
CISPR Publication 22. Detailed description of test facility was submitted to the Commission and accepted
dated July 07, 2015 (Registration Number: 90661).
2.2. EQUIPMENT
Radiated emissions are measured with one or more of the following types of Linearly polarized antennas:
tuned dipole, bi-conical, log periodic, bi-log, and/or ridged waveguide, horn. Spectrum analyzers with preselectors and quasi-peak detectors are used to perform radiated measurements.
Calibrated wideband preamplifiers, coaxial cables, and coaxial attenuators are also used for making
measurements.
All receiving equipment conforms to CISPR Publication 16-1, “Radio Interference Measuring Apparatus and
Measurement Methods.”
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3. TEST SPECIFICATIONS
3.1. STANDARDS
The following tests were conducted on a sample of the equipment for the purpose of demonstrating
compliance with FCC Part 2, Part 27, RSS-Gen, RSS-131, RSS-139
Description
Reference (FCC)
Reference (ISED)
Results
Conducted RF Output Power
§2.1046, §27.50
RSS-139, Section 6.5
Compliant
Occupied Bandwidth
§2.1049
RSS-Gen, Section 6.6
Compliant
Input-versus-output Spectrum
RSS-131 Section 5.2.2
Compliant
Out of Band Rejection &
Mean Output Power and
KDB 935210 D05 v01r02
Zone Enhancer Gain
Spurious Emissions at Antenna
RSS-131, Section 5.2.1
RSS-131, Section 5.2.3
Compliant
§2.1051, §27.53
RSS-139, Section 6.6
Compliant
Radiated Spurious Emissions
§2.1053, §27.53
RSS-Gen, Section 7.1.2
Compliant
Frequency Stability
§2.1055, §27.54
Terminals
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RSS-139, Section 6.4
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3.2. MODE OF OPERATION DURING THE TEST
The EUT was operated in a manner representative of the typical usage of the equipment.
During all testing, system components were manipulated within the confines of typical usage to maximize
each emission.
The device does not supply antenna(s) with the system, so the dummy loads were connected to the RF
output ports for radiated spurious emission testing.
* Note: This EUT is supported power supply both of AC and DC. Test results are only attached worst cases.
* The tests results in plots are already including the actual value of loss for the attenuator and cable
combination. Please check correction factors below table.
▣ Correction Factor
Freq(MHz)
Factor(dB)
30
30.014
100
28.826
200
29.218
300
29.281
400
29.649
500
29.774
600
29.873
700
29.996
800
30.106
900
30.160
1000
30.273
2000
31.154
3000
31.848
4000
32.447
5000
33.233
6000
33.586
7000
34.840
8000
33.689
9000
34.850
10000
36.207
20000
44.684
26000
49.207
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3.3. MAXIMUM MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
The value of the measurement uncertainty for the measurement of each parameter.
Coverage factor k = 2, Confidence levels of 95 %
Description
Condition
Uncertainty
Conducted RF Output Power
± 0.72 dB
OBW ≤ 20 MHz
± 52 kHz
Gain
± 0.89 dB
20 dB bandwidth
± 0.58 MHz
± 1.08 dB
f ≤ 1 GHz
± 4.80 dB
f > 1 GHz
± 6.07 dB
± 1.22 x 10-6
Occupied Bandwidth
Input-versus-output Spectrum
Out of Band Rejection &
Mean Output Power and
Zone Enhancer Gain
Transmitter unwanted emissions
Radiated Spurious Emissions
Frequency Stability
3.4. STANDARDS ENVIRONMENTAL TEST CONDITIONS
Temperature :
+ 15 ℃ to + 35 ℃
Relative humidity:
30 % to 60 %
Air pressure
860 mbar to 1 060 mbar
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4. TEST EQUIPMENT
Manufacturer
Calibration
Calibration
Date
Interval
Model / Equipment
Serial No.
Agilent
N9020A / Spectrum Analyzer
09/15/2017
Annual
MY46471250
Agilent
N5128A / Signal Generator
03/05/2018
Annual
MY50141649
Agilent
N5128A / Signal Generator
02/17/2018
Annual
MY46240523
Weinschel
WA67-30-33/ Fixed Attenuator
09/14/2017
Annual
WA67-30-33-2
Agilent
11636A / Power Divider
08/01/2017
Annual
09109
KIKUSUI
CBL06185030 / DC Power Supply
02/27/2018
Annual
RE001149
DEAYOUNG ENT
DFSS60 / AC Power Supply
04/05/2018
Annual
1003030-1
NANGYEUL CO., LTD.
NY-THR18750 /
Temperature and Humidity Chamber
10/21/2017
Annual
NY-2009012201A
Innco system
CO3000 / Controller(Antenna mast)
N/A
N/A
CO3000-4p
Innco system
MA4640/800-XP-EP /
Antenna Position Tower
N/A
N/A
N/A
Emco
2090 / Controller
N/A
N/A
060520
Ets
Turn Table
N/A
N/A
N/A
Rohde & Schwarz
Loop Antenna
04/19/2017
Biennial
1513-175
Schwarzbeck
VULB 9168 / Hybrid Antenna
04/06/2017
Biennial
760
Schwarzbeck
BBHA 9120D / Horn Antenna
06/30/2017
Biennial
9120D-1300
Schwarzbeck
BBHA9170 /
Horn Antenna(15 GHz ~ 40 GHz)
04/25/2017
Biennial
BBHA9170124
Rohde & Schwarz
FSP / Spectrum Analyzer
09/21/2017
Annual
836650/016
Wainwright Instruments
WHKX10-900-1000-15000-40SS
07/21/2017
Annual
Wainwright Instruments
WHKX10-2700-3000-18000-40SS /
High Pass Filter
08/01/2017
Annual
CERNEX
CBLU1183540 / Power Amplifier
01/03/2018
Annual
24613
CERNEX
CBL06185030 / Power Amplifier
01/03/2018
Annual
24615
CERNEX
CBL18265035 / Power Amplifier
01/10/2018
Annual
22966
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5. RF OUTPUT POWER
FCC Rules
Test Requirements:
§ 2.1046 Measurements required: RF power output:
(a) For transmitters other than single sideband, independent sideband and controlled carrier
radiotelephone, power output shall be measured at the RF output terminals when the transmitter
is adjusted in accordance with the tune-up procedure to give the values of current and voltage on
the circuit elements specified in § 2.1033(c)(8).The electrical characteristics of the radio
frequency load attached to the output terminals when this test is made shall be stated.
(b) For single sideband, independent sideband, and single channel, controlled carrier radio
telephone transmitters, the procedure specified in paragraph (a) of this section shall be
employed and, in addition, the transmitter shall be modulated during the test as specified and as
applicable in § 2.1046 (b) (1-5). In all tests, the input level of the modulating signal shall be such
as to develop rated peak envelope power or carrier power, as appropriate, for the transmitter.
(c) For measurements conducted pursuant to paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section, all
calculations and methods used by the applicant for determining carrier power or peak envelope
power, as appropriate, on the basis of measured power in the radio frequency load attached to
the transmitter output terminals shall be shown. Under the test conditions specified, no
components of the emission spectrum shall exceed the limits specified in the applicable rule
parts as necessary for meeting occupied bandwidth or emission limitations.
§ 27.50 Power limits and duty cycle.
(d) The following power and antenna height requirements apply to stations transmitting in the
1695-1710 MHz, 1710-1755 MHz, 1755-1780 MHz, 1915-1920 MHz, 1995-2000 MHz, 20002020 MHz, 2110-2155 MHz, 2155-2180 MHz and 2180-2200 MHz bands:
(1) The power of each fixed or base station transmitting in the 1995-2000 MHz, 2110-2155
MHz, 2155-2180 MHz or 2180-2200 MHz band and located in any county with population
density of 100 or fewer persons per square mile, based upon the most recently available
population statistics from the Bureau of the Census, is limited to:
(i) An equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) of 3280 watts when transmitting with an
emission bandwidth of 1 MHz or less;
(ii) An EIRP of 3280 watts/MHz when transmitting with an emission bandwidth greater than 1
MHz.
(2) The power of each fixed or base station transmitting in the 1995-2000 MHz, the 2110-2155
MHz 2155-2180 MHz band, or 2180-2200 MHz band and situated in any geographic location
other than that described in paragraph (d)(1) of this section is limited to:
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(i) An equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) of 1640 watts when transmitting with an
emission bandwidth of 1 MHz or less;
(ii) An EIRP of 1640 watts/MHz when transmitting with an emission bandwidth greater than 1
MHz.
(3) A licensee operating a base or fixed station in the 2110-2155 MHz band utilizing a power
greater than 1640 watts EIRP and greater than 1640 watts/MHz EIRP must coordinate such
operations in advance with all Government and non-Government satellite entities in the 20252110 MHz band. A licensee operating a base or fixed station in the 2110-2180 MHz band
utilizing power greater than 1640 watts EIRP and greater than 1640 watts/MHz EIRP must be
coordinated in advance with the following licensees authorized to operate within 120
kilometers (75 miles) of the base or fixed station operating in this band: All Broadband Radio
Service (BRS) licensees authorized under this part in the 2155-2160 MHz band and all
advanced wireless services (AWS) licensees authorized to operate on adjacent frequency
blocks in the 2110-2180 MHz band.
(4) Fixed, mobile, and portable (hand-held) stations operating in the 1710-1755 MHz band and
mobile and portable stations operating in the 1695-1710 MHz and 1755-1780 MHz bands are
limited to 1 watt EIRP. Fixed stations operating in the 1710-1755 MHz band are limited to a
maximum antenna height of 10 meters above ground. Mobile and portable stations operating
in these bands must employ a means for limiting power to the minimum necessary for
successful communications.
(5) Equipment employed must be authorized in accordance with the provisions of §24.51.
Power measurements for transmissions by stations authorized under this section may be
made either in accordance with a Commission-approved average power technique or in
compliance with paragraph (d)(6) of this section. In measuring transmissions in this band using
an average power technique, the peak-to-average ratio (PAR) of the transmission may not
exceed 13 dB.
(6) Peak transmit power must be measured over any interval of continuous transmission using
instrumentation calibrated in terms of an rms-equivalent voltage. The measurement results
shall be properly adjusted for any instrument limitations, such as detector response times,
limited resolution bandwidth capability when compared to the emission bandwidth, sensitivity,
etc., so as to obtain a true peak measurement for the emission in question over the full
bandwidth of the channel.
(7) Fixed, mobile, and portable (hand-held) stations operating in the 2000-2020 MHz band are
limited to 2 watts EIRP, except that the total power of any portion of an emission that falls
within the 2000-2005 MHz band may not exceed 5 milliwatts. A licensee of AWS-4 authority
may enter into private operator-to-operator agreements with all 1995-2000 MHz licensees to
operate in 2000-2005 MHz at power levels above 5 milliwatts EIRP; except the total power of
the AWS-4 mobile emissions may not exceed 2 watts EIRP.
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(8) A licensee operating a base or fixed station in the 2180-2200 MHz band utilizing a power
greater than 1640 watts EIRP and greater than 1640 watts/MHz EIRP must be coordinated in
advance with all AWS licensees authorized to operate on adjacent frequency blocks in the
2180-2200 MHz band.
(9) Fixed, mobile and portable (hand-held) stations operating in the 1915-1920 MHz band are
limited to 300 milliwatts EIRP.
(10) A licensee operating a base or fixed station in the 1995-2000 MHz band utilizing a power
greater than 1640 watts EIRP and greater than 1640 watts/MHz EIRP must be coordinated in
advance with all PCS G Block licensees authorized to operate on adjacent frequency blocks in
the 1990-1995 MHz band within 120 kilometers of the base or fixed station operating in this
band.
ISED Rules
Test Requirements:
RSS-139
6. Transmitter Standard Specifications
6.5 Transmitter Output Power
The equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) for mobile and portable transmitters shall not
exceed one watt. The e.i.r.p. for fixed and base stations in the band 1710-1780 MHz shall not
exceed one watt.
Consult SRSP-513 for e.i.r.p. limits on fixed and base stations operating in the band 2110-2180
MHz.
In addition, the peak to average power ratio (PAPR) of the equipment shall not exceed 13 dB for
more than 0.1% of the time, using a signal that corresponds to the highest PAPR during periods
of continuous transmission.
SRSP-513
5. Technical Criteria
5.1 Radiated Power and Antenna Height Limits
5.1.1 Fixed and Base Stations
5.1.1.1 For fixed and base stations operating within the frequency range 2110-2180 MHz
with a channel bandwidth equal to or less than 1 MHz, the maximum permissible equivalent
isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is 1640 watts with an antenna height above average
terrain (HAAT)Footnote 4 up to 300 metres.
5.1.1.2 For fixed and base stations operating within the frequency range 2110-2180 MHz
with a channel bandwidth greater than 1 MHz, the maximum permissible e.i.r.p. is
1640 watts/MHz e.i.r.p. (i.e. no more than 1640 watts e.i.r.p. in any 1 MHz band segment)
with an antenna height above average terrain (HAAT) up to 300 metres.
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5.1.1.3 Fixed and base stations located in geographic areas at a distance greater than 26 km
from large or medium population centres,Footnote 5 and transmitting within the frequency
range 2110-2180 MHz, may increase their e.i.r.p. up to a maximum of 3280 watts/MHz (i.e.
no more than 3280 watts e.i.r.p. in any 1 MHz band segment), with an antenna HAAT up to
300 metres.
Within 26 km of any large or medium population centre, fixed and base stations may operate
at increased e.i.r.p. if more than 50% of the population within a particular sector's
coverageFootnote 6 is located outside these large and medium population centres.
Fixed and base stations with increased e.i.r.p. must not be used to provide coverage to large
and medium population centres. However, some incidental coverage of these large and
medium population centres by stations with increased e.i.r.p. is permitted.
This provision also applies for fixed and base stations with a channel bandwidth equal to or
less than 1 MHz (i.e. the e.i.r.p. may be increased up to a maximum of 3280 watts).
5.1.1.4 Fixed and base station antenna heights above average terrain may exceed
300 metres with a reduction in e.i.r.p. The maximum permissible e.i.r.p. for installations with
antenna HAAT in excess of 300 metres is given in the following table:
Table 2 — Reduction to Maximum Allowable E.I.R.P. for HAAT > 300 m
HAAT (in metres)
Maximum e.i.r.p. (watts or watts per MHza)
HAAT ≤ 300
1640 (or 3280b)
300 < HAAT ≤ 500
1070
500 < HAAT ≤ 1000
490
1000 < HAAT ≤ 1500
270
1500 < HAAT ≤ 2000
160
Notes:
a Depending on the channel bandwidth: watts if less than 1 MHz bandwidth or else watts per MHz.
b If Section 5.1.1.3 applies.
5.1.1.5 Fixed or base stations transmitting in the lower sub-band (1710-1780 MHz) shall
comply with the power limits set forth in Section 5.1.2.
5.1.2 Mobile and Portable Stations
Maximum e.i.r.p. limits for mobile and portable (hand-held) stations are specified in RSS-139,
Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) Equipment Operating in the Bands 1710–1780 MHz and
2110–2180 MHz. These stations should employ automatic transmit power control such that
stations operate on the minimum required power.
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Test Procedures:
Measurements were in accordance with the test methods section 3.5.2 of KDB 935210 D05 v01r02.
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Configure to generate the AWGN (broadband) test signal.
c) The frequency of the signal generator shall be set to the frequency f0 as determined from 3.3.
d) Connect a spectrum analyzer or power meter to the output of the EUT using appropriate
attenuation as necessary.
e) Set the signal generator output power to a level that produces an EUT output level that is just
below the AGC threshold (see 3.2), but not more than 0.5 dB below.
f) Measure and record the output power of the EUT; use 3.5.3 or 3.5.4 for power measurement.
g) Remove the EUT from the measurement setup. Using the same signal generator settings,
repeat the power measurement at the signal generator port, which was used as the input signal
to the EUT, and record as the input power. EUT gain may be calculated as described in 3.5.5.
h) Repeat steps f) and g) with input signal amplitude set to 3 dB above the AGC threshold level.
i) Repeat steps e) to h) with the narrowband test signal.
j) Repeat steps e) to i) for all frequency bands authorized for use by the EUT.
Power measurement Method:
Guidance for performing input/output power measurements using a spectrum or signal analyzer is
provided in 5.2 of KDB Publication 971168 D01 v03r01.
EUT
Signal Generator
NoteBook
Attenuator
Spectrum Analyzer
Block Diagram 1. RF Power Output Test Setup
Test Results:
Input Signal
Input Level
Maximum Amp Gain
AWS 2100
-20 dBm
57 dB
*Note: Due to EUT’s ALC function (Auto Level Control), even if input signal is increased, the same
output power is transmit.
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[Downlink_AWS 2100 Band]
AWS 2100 Band
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 5 MHz
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
LTE 20 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 20 MHz
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
WCDMA
AGC threshold
WCDMA
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
CDMA
AGC threshold
CDMA
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
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Channel
Frequency
Output Power
(MHz)
(dBm)
(W)
Low
2112.50
36.68
4.656
Middle
2145.00
37.02
5.035
High
2177.50
37.03
5.047
Low
2112.50
36.94
4.943
Middle
2145.00
37.14
5.176
High
2177.50
37.11
5.140
Low
2115.00
37.02
5.035
Middle
2145.00
37.03
5.047
High
2175.00
37.22
5.272
Low
2115.00
36.90
4.898
Middle
2145.00
37.14
5.176
High
2175.00
37.23
5.284
Low
2120.00
37.19
5.236
Middle
2145.00
36.90
4.898
High
2170.00
36.98
4.989
Low
2120.00
37.16
5.200
Middle
2145.00
37.02
5.035
High
2170.00
36.89
4.887
Low
2112.50
37.28
5.346
Middle
2145.00
36.93
4.932
High
2177.50
36.79
4.775
Low
2112.50
36.98
4.989
Middle
2145.00
37.02
5.035
High
2177.50
37.00
5.012
Low
2111.25
36.92
4.920
Middle
2145.00
36.84
4.831
High
2178.75
36.99
5.000
Low
2111.25
36.97
4.977
Middle
2145.00
36.88
4.875
High
2178.75
37.05
5.070
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Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Plots of RF Output Power for AWS 2100 Band LTE 5 MHz
Low Channel AGC threshold
Low Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
High Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
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Plots of RF Output Power for AWS 2100 Band LTE 10 MHz
Low Channel AGC threshold
Low Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
High Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
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Plots of RF Output Power for AWS 2100 Band LTE 20 MHz
Low Channel AGC threshold
Low Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
High Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
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Plots of RF Output Power for AWS 2100 Band WCDMA
Low Channel AGC threshold
Low Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
High Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
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Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Plots of RF Output Power for AWS 2100 Band CDMA
Low Channel AGC threshold
Low Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
High Channel +3 dB AGC threshold
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Peak-to-Average Ratio (PAR)
AWS 2100 Band
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
PAR
(dB)
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
Middle
2145.00
8.36
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
Middle
2145.00
8.39
LTE 20 MHz
AGC threshold
Middle
2145.00
8.47
WCDMA
AGC threshold
Middle
2145.00
4.48
CDMA
AGC threshold
Middle
2145.00
7.73
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Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Plots of Peak-to-Average Ratio_AWS 2100
LTE 5 MHz
Middle Channel AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
Middle Channel AGC threshold
LTE 20 MHz
Middle Channel AGC threshold
WCDMA
Middle Channel AGC threshold
CDMA
Middle Channel AGC threshold
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Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
6. OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH
FCC Rules
Test Requirements:
§ 2.1049 Measurements required: Occupied bandwidth:
The occupied bandwidth, that is the frequency bandwidth such that, below its lower and above its
upper frequency limits, the mean powers radiated are each equal to 0.5 percent of the total mean
power radiated by a given emission shall be measured under the specified conditions of § 2.1049
(a) through (i) as applicable.
ISED Rules
Test Requirements:
RSS-Gen
6 General administrative and technical requirements
6.7 Occupied bandwidth (or 99% emission bandwidth) and x dB bandwidth
The occupied bandwidth or the “99% emission bandwidth” is defined as the frequency range
between two points, one above and the other below the carrier frequency, within which 99% of
the total transmitted power of the fundamental transmitted emission is contained. The occupied
bandwidth shall be reported for all equipment in addition to the specified bandwidth required in
the applicable RSSs.
Test Procedures:
Measurements were in accordance with the test methods section 3.4 of KDB 935210 D05 v01r02
and section 4.2 of KDB 971168 D01 v03r01.
Test is 99% OBW measured and used.
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Configure the signal generator to transmit the AWGN signal.
c) Configure the signal amplitude to be just below the AGC threshold level (see 3.2), but not
more than 0.5 dB below.
d) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation.
e) Set the spectrum analyzer center frequency to the center frequency of the operational band
under test. The span range of the spectrum analyzer shall be between 2 times to 5 times the
emission bandwidth (EBW) or alternatively, the OBW.
f) The nominal RBW shall be in the range of 1 % to 5 % of the anticipated OBW, and the VBW
shall be ≥ 3 × RBW.
g) Set the reference level of the instrument as required to preclude the signal from exceeding the
maximum spectrum analyzer input mixer level for linear operation. In general, the peak of the
spectral envelope must be more than [10 log (OBW / RBW)] below the reference level.
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Steps f) and g) may require iteration to enable adjustments within the specified tolerances.
h) The noise floor of the spectrum analyzer at the selected RBW shall be at least 36 dB below
the reference level.
i) Set spectrum analyzer detection function to positive peak.
j) Set the trace mode to max hold.
k) Determine the reference value: Allow the trace to stabilize. Set the spectrum analyzer marker
to the highest amplitude level of the displayed trace (this is the reference value) and record the
associated frequency as f0.
l) Place two markers, one at the lowest and the other at the highest frequency of the envelope of
the spectral display, such that each marker is at or slightly below the −26 dB down amplitude.
The 26 dB EBW (alternatively OBW) is the positive frequency difference between the two
markers. If the spectral envelope crosses the −26 dB down amplitude at multiple points, the
lowest or highest frequency shall be selected as the frequencies that are the furthest removed
from the center frequency at which the spectral envelope crosses the −26 dB down amplitude
point.
m) Repeat steps e) to l) with the input signal connected directly to the spectrum analyzer (i.e.,
input signal measurement).
n) Compare the spectral plot of the input signal (determined from step m) to the output signal
(determined from step l) to affirm that they are similar (in passband and rolloff characteristic
features and relative spectral locations), and include plot(s) and descriptions in test report.
o) Repeat the procedure [steps e) to n)] with the input signal amplitude set to 3 dB above the
AGC threshold.
p) Repeat steps e) to o) with the signal generator set to the narrowband signal.
q) Repeat steps e) to p) for all frequency bands authorized for use by the EUT.
RSS-Gen
6 General administrative and technical requirements
6.7 Occupied bandwidth (or 99% emission bandwidth) and x dB bandwidth
For the 99% emission bandwidth, the trace data points are recovered and directly summed in
linear power level terms. The recovered amplitude data points, beginning at the lowest frequency,
are placed in a running sum until 0.5% of the total is reached, and that frequency recorded. The
process is repeated for the highest frequency data points (starting at the highest frequency, at
the right side of the span, and going down in frequency). This frequency is then recorded. The
difference between the two recorded frequencies is the occupied bandwidth (or the 99%
emission bandwidth).
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Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Test Results:
[Downlink Output_AWS 2100 Band]
AWS 2100 Band
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 5 MHz
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
LTE 20 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 20 MHz
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
WCDMA
AGC threshold
WCDMA
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
CDMA
AGC threshold
CDMA
+3 dB above the AGC threshold
F-TP22-03 (Rev.00)
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
OBW (MHz)
Low
2112.50
4.5078
Middle
2145.00
4.5132
High
2177.50
4.5108
Low
2112.50
4.5110
Middle
2145.00
4.5116
High
2177.50
4.5115
Low
2115.00
8.9893
Middle
2145.00
9.0000
High
2175.00
8.9907
Low
2115.00
8.9784
Middle
2145.00
8.9991
High
2175.00
8.9926
Low
2120.00
17.986
Middle
2145.00
18.005
High
2170.00
17.983
Low
2120.00
18.004
Middle
2145.00
17.967
High
2170.00
18.009
Low
2112.50
4.1688
Middle
2145.00
4.1839
High
2177.50
4.1771
Low
2112.50
4.1680
Middle
2145.00
4.1764
High
2177.50
4.1753
Low
2111.25
1.2630
Middle
2145.00
1.2635
High
2178.75
1.2625
Low
2111.25
1.2630
Middle
2145.00
1.2608
High
2178.75
1.2660
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