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[Downlink Input_AWS 2100 Band]
AWS 2100 Band
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 20 MHz
AGC threshold
WCDMA
AGC threshold
CDMA
AGC threshold
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Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
OBW (MHz)
Low
2112.50
4.5117
Middle
2145.00
4.5104
High
2177.50
4.5144
Low
2115.00
9.0072
Middle
2145.00
8.9956
High
2175.00
8.9940
Low
2115.00
18.021
Middle
2145.00
18.012
High
2175.00
17.994
Low
2112.50
4.1735
Middle
2145.00
4.1746
High
2177.50
4.1846
Low
2111.25
1.2593
Middle
2145.00
1.2660
High
2178.75
1.2622
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Plots of Output Occupied Bandwidth 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 Output Occupied Bandwidth 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 Output Occupied Bandwidth 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 Output Occupied Bandwidth 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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Plots of Output Occupied Bandwidth 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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Plots of Input Occupied Bandwidth for AWS 2100 LTE Band
LTE 5 MHz
Low Channel AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
Low Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
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Plots of Input Occupied Bandwidth for AWS 2100 LTE Band
LTE 20 MHz
Low Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
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Plots of Input Occupied Bandwidth for AWS 2100 Band
WCDMA
Low Channel AGC threshold
CDMA
Low Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
Middle Channel AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
High Channel AGC threshold
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7. INPUT VERSUS OUTPUT SPECTRUM
ISED Rules
Test Requirements:
RSS-131
5. Equipment standard specifications for zone enhancers working with equipment certified
in RSSs listed in section 1 except RSS-119
5.2 Industrial Zone Enhancers
5.2.2 Input-versus-output spectrum
The spectral growth of the 26 dB bandwidth of the output signal shall be less than 5% of the
input signal spectrum.
Test Procedures:
RSS-GEN
6 General administrative and technical requirements
6.7 Occupied bandwidth (or 99% emission bandwidth) and x dB bandwidth
The following conditions shall be observed for measuring the occupied bandwidth and x dB
bandwidth:

The transmitter shall be operated at its maximum carrier power measured under normal test
conditions.

The span of the spectrum analyzer shall be set large enough to capture all products of the
modulation process, including the emission skirts, around the carrier frequency, but small
enough to avoid having other emissions (e.g. on adjacent channels) within the span.

The detector of the spectrum analyzer shall be set to “Sample”. However, a peak, or peak
hold, may be used in place of the sampling detector since this usually produces a wider
bandwidth than the actual bandwidth (worst-case measurement). Use of a peak hold (or
“Max Hold”) may be necessary to determine the occupied / x dB bandwidth if the device is
not transmitting continuously.

The resolution bandwidth (RBW) shall be in the range of 1% to 5% of the actual occupied / x
dB bandwidth and the video bandwidth (VBW) shall not be smaller than three times the RBW
value. Video averaging is not permitted.
Note: It may be necessary to repeat the measurement a few times until the RBW and VBW are
in compliance with the above requirement.
Note : We tested using the automatic bandwidth measurement capability of a spectrum analyzer. X
dB is set 26 dB.
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Test Results:
[Downlink Output_AWS 2100 Band]
AWS 2100 Band
LTE 5 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 5 MHz
+3dBm above the AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 10 MHz
+3dBm above the AGC threshold
LTE 20 MHz
AGC threshold
LTE 20 MHz
+3dBm above the AGC threshold
WCDMA
AGC threshold
WCDMA
+3dBm above the AGC threshold
CDMA
AGC threshold
CDMA
+3dBm above the AGC threshold
Frequency
26 dB BW
Growth
(MHz)
(MHz)
(%)
Low
2112.50
5.028
-0.28
Middle
2145.00
5.047
-0.06
High
2177.50
5.027
-0.30
Low
2112.50
5.024
-0.36
Middle
2145.00
5.045
-0.10
High
2177.50
5.042
0.00
Low
2115.00
9.986
-0.24
Middle
2145.00
10.02
0.10
High
2175.00
9.984
-0.46
Low
2115.00
10.01
0.00
Middle
2145.00
10.00
-0.10
High
2175.00
10.00
-0.30
Low
2120.00
20.08
-0.15
Middle
2145.00
20.09
0.00
High
2170.00
20.07
-0.15
Low
2120.00
20.08
-0.15
Middle
2145.00
20.00
-0.45
High
2170.00
20.09
-0.05
Low
2112.50
4.695
0.00
Middle
2145.00
4.687
-0.06
High
2177.50
4.696
0.23
Low
2112.50
4.674
-0.45
Middle
2145.00
4.695
0.11
High
2177.50
4.695
0.21
Low
2111.25
1.402
-0.14
Middle
2145.00
1.408
0.43
High
2178.75
1.402
0.07
Low
2111.25
1.403
-0.07
Middle
2145.00
1.406
0.29
High
2178.75
1.402
0.07
Channel
* Plots of results are the same as Section 7.
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8. OUT OF BAND REJECTION & MEAN OUTPUT POWER AND ZONE
ENHANCER GAIN
FCC Rules
Test Requirements:
KDB 935210 D05 v01r02
Out of Band Rejection – Testing for rejection of out of band signals. Alternatively, filter freq.
response plots are acceptable.
ISED Rules
Test Requirements:
RSS-131
5. Equipment standard specifications for zone enhancers working with equipment certified
in RSSs listed in section 1 except RSS-119
5.2 Industrial Zone Enhancers
5.2.1 Out-of-band rejection
The gain-versus-frequency response and the 20 dB bandwidth of the zone enhancer shall be
reported. The zone enhancer shall reject amplification of other signals outside the passband of
the zone enhancer.
5.2.3 Mean output power and zone enhancer gain
The zone enhancer gain shall not exceed the nominal gain by more than 1.0 dB. Outside of the
20 dB bandwidth, the gain shall not exceed the gain at the 20 dB point.
Test Procedures:
Measurements were in accordance with the test methods section 3.3, 4.3 of KDB 935210 D05
v01r02.
3.3 EUT out-of-band rejection
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Configure a swept CW signal with the following parameters:
1) Frequency range = ± 250 % of the passband from the center of the passband.
2) Level = a sufficient level to affirm that the out-of-band rejection is > 20 dB above the noise
floor and will not engage the AGC during the entire sweep.
3) Dwell time = approx. 10 ms.
4) Number of points = SPAN/(RBW/2).
c) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation.
d) Set the span of the spectrum analyzer to the same as the frequency range of the signal
generator.
e) Set the resolution bandwidth of the spectrum analyzer to be 1 % to 5 % of the passband and
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the video bandwidth shall be set to ≥ 3 × RBW.
f) Set the detector to Peak Max-Hold and wait for the spectrum analyzer’s spectral display to fill.
g) Place a marker to the peak of the frequency response and record this frequency as f0.
h) 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 −20 dB down amplitude
to determine the 20 dB bandwidth. Capture the frequency response of the EUT.
4.3 PLMRS device out-of-band rejection
Adjust the internal gain control of the equipment under test to the maximum gain for which
equipment certification is sought.
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Configure a swept CW signal with the following parameters:
c) Frequency range = ± 250 % of the manufacturer’s pass band.
d) The CW amplitude will be 3 dB below the AGC threshold (see 4.2) and but not activate the
AGC threshold throughout the test.
e) Dwell time = approx. 10 ms.
f) Frequency step = 50 kHz.
g) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation.
h)
Set the resolution bandwidth of the spectrum analyzer between 1 % and 5 % of the
manufacturer’s pass band with the video bandwidth set to 3 × RBW.
i) Set the detector to Peak and the trace to Max-Hold.
j)
After the trace is completely filled, place a marker at the peak amplitude, which is
designated as f0, and with two additional markers (use the marker-delta method) at the 20 dB
bandwidth (i.e., at the points where the gain has fallen by 20 dB).
k) Capture the frequency response plot and for inclusion in the test report.
Test Results:
Input Signal
AWS 2100 Band
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-20 dBm
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[Downlink]
Band
AWS 2100
20 dB point frequency
Output power
Gain
(MHz)
(dBm)
(dB)
2 102.300 MHz
2 188.225 MHz
37.240
57.240
Plot of Out of Band Rejection & Mean Output Power and Zone Enhancer Gain
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9. SPURIOUS AND HARMONIC EMISSION AT ANTENNA TERMINAL
FCC Rules
Test Requirements:
§ 2.1051 Measurements required: Spurious emissions at antenna terminals:
The radio frequency voltage or powers generated within the equipment and appearing on a
spurious frequency shall be checked at the equipment output terminals when properly loaded with
a suitable artificial antenna. Curves or equivalent data shall show the magnitude of each harmonic
and other spurious emission that can be detected when the equipment is operated under the
conditions specified in § 2.1049 as appropriate. The magnitude of spurious emissions which are
attenuated more than 20 dB below the permissible value need not be specified.
§ 27.53 Emission limits
(h) AWS emission limits
(1) General protection levels. Except as otherwise specified below, for operations in the 16951710 MHz, 1710-1755 MHz, 1755-1780 MHz, 1915-1920 MHz, 1995-2000 MHz, 2000-2020
MHz, 2110-2155 MHz, 2155-2180 MHz, and 2180-2200 bands, the power of any emission
outside a licensee's frequency block shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in
watts by at least 43 + 10 log10 (P) dB.
(2) Additional protection levels. Notwithstanding the foregoing paragraph (h)(1) of this section:
(i) Operations in the 2180-2200 MHz band are subject to the out-of-band emission
requirements set forth in §27.1134 for the protection of federal government operations
operating in the 2200-2290 MHz band.
(ii) For operations in the 2000-2020 MHz band, the power of any emissions below 2000 MHz
shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in watts by at least 70 + 10 log10(P) dB.
(iii) For operations in the 1915-1920 MHz band, the power of any emission between 19301995 MHz shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in watts by at least 70 + 10
log10(P) dB.
(iv) For operations in the 1995-2000 MHz band, the power of any emission between 20052020 MHz shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in watts by at least 70 + 10
log10(P) dB.
(3) Measurement procedure.
(i) Compliance with this provision is based on the use of measurement instrumentation
employing a resolution bandwidth of 1 megahertz or greater. However, in the 1 megahertz
bands immediately outside and adjacent to the licensee's frequency block, a resolution
bandwidth of at least one percent of the emission bandwidth of the fundamental emission of
the transmitter may be employed. The emission bandwidth is defined as the width of the
signal between two points, one below the carrier center frequency and one above the carrier
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center frequency, outside of which all emissions are attenuated at least 26 dB below the
transmitter power.
(ii) When measuring the emission limits, the nominal carrier frequency shall be adjusted as
close to the licensee's frequency block edges, both upper and lower, as the design permits.
(iii) The measurements of emission power can be expressed in peak or average values,
provided they are expressed in the same parameters as the transmitter power.
(4) Private agreements.
(i) For AWS operations in the 2000-2020 MHz and 2180-2200 MHz bands, to the extent a
licensee establishes unified operations across the AWS blocks, that licensee may choose
not to observe the emission limit specified in paragraph (h)(1), above, strictly between its
adjacent block licenses in a geographic area, so long as it complies with other Commission
rules and is not adversely affecting the operations of other parties by virtue of exceeding the
emission limit.
(ii) For AWS operations in the 2000-2020 MHz band, a licensee may enter into private
agreements with all licensees operating between 1995 and 2000 MHz to allow the 70 + 10
log10(P) dB limit to be exceeded within the 1995-2000 MHz band.
(iii) An AWS licensee who is a party to a private agreement described in this section (4) must
maintain a copy of the agreement in its station files and disclose it, upon request, to
prospective AWS assignees, transferees, or spectrum lessees and to the Commission.
ISED Rules
Test Requirements:
RSS-139
6. Transmitter Standard Specifications
6.6 Transmitter Unwanted Emissions
i.
In the first 1.0 MHz bands immediately outside and adjacent to the equipment’s smallest
operating frequency block, which can contain the equipment’s occupied bandwidth, the
emission power per any 1% of the emission bandwidth shall be attenuated below the
transmitter output power P (in dBW) by at least 43 + 10 log10 p (watts) dB.
ii.
After the first 1.0 MHz outside the equipment’s smallest operating frequency block, which
can contain the equipment’s occupied bandwidth, the emission power in any 1 MHz
bandwidth shall be attenuated below the transmitter output power P (in dBW) by at
least 43 + 10 log10 p (watts) dB.
Test Procedures:
Measurements were in accordance with the test methods section 3.6 and 4.7 of KDB 935210 D05
v01r02.
3.6.1 General
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Refer to the applicable rule part(s) for specified limits on unwanted (out-of-band/out-of-block and
spurious) emissions.
Spurious emissions shall be measured using a single test signal sequentially tuned to the low,
middle, and high channels or frequencies within each authorized frequency band of operation.
Out-of-band/out-of-block emissions (including intermodulation products) shall be measured under
each of the following two stimulus conditions:
a) two adjacent test signals sequentially tuned to the lower and upper frequency band/block
edges;
b) a single test signal, sequentially tuned to the lowest and highest frequencies or channels
within the frequency band/block under examination.
NOTE—Single-channel boosters that cannot accommodate two simultaneous signals within the
passband may be excluded from the test stipulated in step a).
3.6.2 Out-of-band/out-of-block emissions conducted measurements
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
If the signal generator is not capable of generating two modulated carriers simultaneously, then
two discrete signal generators can be connected with an appropriate combining network to
support this two-signal test.
b) Set the signal generator to produce two AWGN signals as previously described (e.g., 4.1 MHz
OBW).
c) Set the center frequencies such that the AWGN signals occupy adjacent channels, as defined
by industry standards such as 3GPP or 3GPP2, at the upper edge of the frequency band or
block under test.
d) Set the composite power levels such that the input signal is just below the AGC threshold (see
3.2), but not more than 0.5 dB below. The composite power can be measured using the
procedures provided in KDB Publication 971168, but it will be necessary to expand the power
integration bandwidth so as to include both of the transmit channels. Alternatively, the composite
power can be measured using an average power meter as described in KDB Publication 971168.
e) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation as
necessary.
f) Set the RBW = reference bandwidth in the applicable rule section for the supported frequency
band (typically 1 % of the EBW or 100 kHz or 1 MHz)
g) Set the VBW = 3 × RBW.
h) Set the detector to power averaging (rms) detector.
i) Set the Sweep time = auto-couple.
j) Set the spectrum analyzer start frequency to the upper block edge frequency, and the stop
frequency to the upper block edge frequency plus 300 kHz or 3 MHz, for frequencies below and
above 1 GHz, respectively.
k) Trace average at least 100 traces in power averaging (rms) mode.
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l) Use the marker function to find the maximum power level.
m) Capture the spectrum analyzer trace of the power level for inclusion in the test report.
n) Repeat steps k) to m) with the composite input power level set to 3 dB above the AGC
threshold.
o) Reset the frequencies of the input signals to the lower edge of the frequency block or band
under test.
p) Reset the spectrum analyzer start frequency to the lower block edge frequency minus 300
kHz or 3 MHz, for frequencies below and above 1 GHz, respectively, and the stop frequency to
the lower band or block edge frequency.
q) Repeat steps k) to n).
r) Repeat steps a) to q) with the signal generator configured for a single test signal tuned as
close as possible to the block edges.
s) Repeat steps a) to r) with the narrowband test signal.
t) Repeat steps a) to s) for all authorized frequency bands or blocks used by the EUT.
3.6.3 Spurious emissions conducted measurements
a) Connect a signal generator to the input of the EUT.
b) Set the signal generator to produce the broadband test signal as previously described (i.e.,
4.1 MHz OBW AWGN).
c) Set the center frequency of the test signal to the lowest available channel within the frequency
band or block.
d) Set the EUT input power to a level that is just below the AGC threshold (see 3.2), but not
more than 0.5 dB below.
e) Connect a spectrum analyzer to the output of the EUT using appropriate attenuation as
necessary.
f) Set the RBW = reference bandwidth in the applicable rule section for the supported frequency
band of operation (e.g., reference bandwidth is typically 100 kHz or 1 MHz).
g) Set the VBW ≥ 3 × RBW.
h) Set the Sweep time = auto-couple.
i) Set the spectrum analyzer start frequency to the lowest RF signal generated in the equipment,
without going below 9 kHz, and the stop frequency to the lower band/block edge frequency
minus 100 kHz or 1 MHz, as specified in the applicable rule part.
The number of measurement points in each sweep must be ≥ (2 × span/RBW), which may
require that the measurement range defined by the start and stop frequencies be subdivided,
depending on the available number of measurement points provided by the spectrum analyzer.2
j) Select the power averaging (rms) detector function.
k) Trace average at least 10 traces in power averaging (rms) mode.
l) Use the peak marker function to identify the highest amplitude level over each measured
frequency range. Record the frequency and amplitude and capture a plot for inclusion in the test
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report.
m) Reset the spectrum analyzer start frequency to the upper band/block edge frequency plus
100 kHz or 1 MHz, as specified in the applicable rule part, and the spectrum analyzer stop
frequency to 10 times the highest frequency of the fundamental emission (see § 2.1057). The
number of measurement points in each sweep must be ≥ (2 × span/RBW), which may require
that the measurement range defined by the start and stop frequencies be subdivided, depending
on the available number of measurement points provided by the spectrum analyzer.
n) Trace average at least 10 traces in power averaging (rms) mode.
o) Use the peak marker function to identify the highest amplitude level over each of the
measured frequency ranges. Record the frequency and amplitude and capture a plot for
inclusion in the test report; also provide tabular data, if required.
p) Repeat steps i) to o) with the input test signals firstly tuned to a middle band/block
frequency/channel, and then tuned to a high band/block frequency/channel.
q) Repeat steps b) to p) with the narrowband test signal.
r) Repeat steps b) to q) for all authorized frequency bands/blocks used by the EUT.
Notes: In 9 KHz-150 KHz and 150 KHz-30 MHz bands, RBW was reduced to 1% and 10% of the
reference bandwidth for measuring unwanted emission level(typically, 100KHz if the authorized
frequency band is below 1GHz) and power was integrated.(1% = +20 dB, 10% = +10 dB )
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Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Plots of Unwanted Conducted Emissions for AWS 2100 Band LTE 5 MHz
Low Channel
9 kHz ~ 150 kHz
150 kHz ~ 30 MHz
30 MHz – 1 GHz
1 GHz – 2.105 GHz
2.185 GHz – 12.75 GHz
12.75 GHz – 26.5 GHz
F-TP22-03 (Rev.00)
45/75
FCC ID: W6UHMAWS13R /
ISED: 9354A-HMAWS13R
Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Middle Channel
9 kHz ~ 150 kHz
150 kHz ~ 30 MHz
30 MHz – 1 GHz
1 GHz – 2.105 GHz
2.185 GHz – 12.75 GHz
12.75 GHz – 26.5 GHz
F-TP22-03 (Rev.00)
46/75
FCC ID: W6UHMAWS13R /
ISED: 9354A-HMAWS13R
Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
High Channel
9 kHz ~ 150 kHz
150 kHz ~ 30 MHz
30 MHz – 1 GHz
1 GHz – 2.105 GHz
2.185 GHz – 12.75 GHz
12.75 GHz – 26.5 GHz
F-TP22-03 (Rev.00)
47/75
FCC ID: W6UHMAWS13R /
ISED: 9354A-HMAWS13R
Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Plots of Unwanted Conducted Emissions for AWS 2100 Band LTE 10 MHz
Low Channel
9 kHz ~ 150 kHz
150 kHz ~ 30 MHz
30 MHz – 1 GHz
1 GHz – 2.100 GHz
2.19 GHz – 12.75 GHz
12.75 GHz – 26.5 GHz
F-TP22-03 (Rev.00)
48/75
FCC ID: W6UHMAWS13R /
ISED: 9354A-HMAWS13R
Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
Middle Channel
9 kHz ~ 150 kHz
150 kHz ~ 30 MHz
30 MHz – 1 GHz
1 GHz – 2.100 GHz
2.19 GHz – 12.75 GHz
12.75 GHz – 26.5 GHz
F-TP22-03 (Rev.00)
49/75
FCC ID: W6UHMAWS13R /
ISED: 9354A-HMAWS13R
Report No.: HCT-RF-1806-FI008-R1
High Channel
9 kHz ~ 150 kHz
150 kHz ~ 30 MHz
30 MHz – 1 GHz
1 GHz – 2.100 GHz
2.19 GHz – 12.75 GHz
12.75 GHz – 26.5 GHz
F-TP22-03 (Rev.00)
50/75
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