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ONE WORLD
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Test report
341567D-R2TRFWL
Invention Planet Radar Module
Date of issue: September 10, 2018
Applicant:
Invention Planet, LLC
Product:
Smart Coach Radar Module
Models:
SR1100
Specifications:
 FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C – §15.207
 FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C – §15.209
Nemko USA Inc., a testing laboratory, is accredited by NVLAP. The tests included in this report
are within the scope of this accreditation.
www.nemko.com
Lab and test locations
Company name
Address
City
State
Postal code
Country
Telephone
Website
Nemko USA Inc.
2210 Faraday Ave, Suite 150
Carlsbad
California
92008
USA
+1 760 444 3500
www.nemko.com
Tested by
Reviewed by
Review date
Reviewer signature
Nikolay Shtin, Senior Wireless Engineer
Chip Fleury, Wireless and Certification Supervisor
September 10, 2018
Limits of responsibility
Note that the results contained in this report relate only to the items tested and were obtained in the period between the da te of initial receipt of samples
and the date of issue of the report.
This test report has been completed in accordance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025. All results contain in this report are within Nemko USA’s ISO/IEC
17025 accreditation.
Copyright notification
Nemko USA Inc. authorizes the applicant to reproduce this report provided it is reproduced in its entirety and for use by the company’s employees only.
Any use which a third party makes of this report, or any reliance on or decisions to be made based on it, are the responsibility of such third parties.
Nemko USA Inc. accepts no responsibility for damages, if any, suffered by any third party as a result of decisions made or actions based on this report.
© Nemko USA Inc.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Section 1
Report summary ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.1
Test specifications ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.2
Exclusions ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.3
Statement of compliance...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.4
Test report revision history .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
Section 2
Summary of test results ...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1
Emissions Test results ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Section 3
Equipment under test (EUT) details ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.1
Applicant ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6
3.2
Manufacturer......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.3
Sample information............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.4
EUT information .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.5
EUT exercise and monitoring details ................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.6
EUT setup details ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Section 4
Engineering considerations ................................................................................................................................................................. 8
4.1
Modifications incorporated in the EUT ............................................................................................................................................................................... 8
4.2
Technical judgment ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
4.3
Deviations from laboratory tests procedures ..................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Section 5
Test conditions ................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
5.1
Atmospheric conditions ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 9
5.2
Power supply range............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Section 6
Measurement uncertainty ................................................................................................................................................................ 10
6.1
Uncertainty of measurement .............................................................................................................................................................................................10
Section 7
Terms and definitions ....................................................................................................................................................................... 11
7.2
General definitions ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................12
Section 8
Testing data ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
8.1
Radiated disturbance ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................13
8.2
Conducted disturbance at mains port ...............................................................................................................................................................................24
Section 9
EUT photos ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
9.1
External photos ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................28
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Section 1
Report summary
Section 1 Report summary
1.1
Test specifications
FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C – §15.207
FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C – §15.209
1.2
Conducted emission limits; general requirements.
Radiated emission limits; general requirements.
Exclusions
None
1.3
Statement of compliance
In the configuration tested, the EUT was found compliant.
Testing was performed against all relevant requirements of the test standard. Results obtained indicate that the product under test complies in full with the
requirements tested. The test results relate only to the items tested.
See “Summary of test results” for full details.
1.4
Test report revision history
Table 1.4-1: Test report revision history
Revision #
TRF
R1
R2
Details of changes made to test report
Original report issued
Added measurement distance of 1.5m for 26 to 40GHz page 13 of report
New 26 to 40GHz data and picture
Notes:
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None
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Section 2:
Summary of test results
Section 2 Summary of test results
2.1
Emissions Test results
Table 2.1-1: FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C §15.207 & §15.209
Test description
Radiated disturbance 1
Conducted disturbance 1
Notes:
Verdict
Pass
Pass
EUT contains two approved modules: a low power radio operating in the 2.4-2.4835 GHZ Band “FCC ID WZK-PR-1002” + a 24 GHz Doppler
Radar “FCC ID WZK-PR-1001”. Both radios were active during the test.
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Section 3:
Equipment under test (EUT) details
Section 3 Equipment under test (EUT) details
3.1
Applicant
Company name
Address
City
State
Postal/Zip code
Country
3.2
Manufacturer
Company name
Address
City
State
Postal/Zip code
Country
3.3
December 11, 2017 and January 4, 2018
20104
EUT information
Product name
Model
Model variant
Serial number
Power requirements
Description/theory of operation
Operational frequencies
Software details
3.5
Invention Planet, LLC
3535 Industrial Ave., Suite A4
Santa Rosa
CA
95403
U.S.A.
Sample information
Receipt date
Nemko sample ID number
3.4
Invention Planet, LLC
3535 Industrial Ave., Suite A4
Santa Rosa
CA
95403
U.S.A.
Smart Coach Radar Module
SR1100
N/A
Eng. Sample
3 VDC from 2xAAA batteries or 5 VDC through USB interface
The Equipment Under Test (EUT) was an Invention Planet, LLC Smart Coach Radar Module. The coach radar module is a
pocket-sized general purpose speed doppler radar gun in the 24GHZ range that can be used for many uses including
traffic safety, radio controlled hobbies, motorsports, neighborhood safety, industrial safety, scientific research and much
more. You decide what to measure and when, using one of two modes – snapshot or repeating – to accurately monitor
the speeds of vehicles, radio controlled planes/cars, runners and any other moving object from 7-375 MPH (11-600 KPH).
The EUT also incorporates a low power radio operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz ISM band.
During testing the Radar Module was transmitting continuously at both radios to simulate the worst scenario when the
radios are co-located in the final product
24GHz & 2.403-2.4835GHZ
N/A
EUT exercise and monitoring details
EUT was running with 2.4GHZ + 24GHZ and both signals enabled at max power (One representative/worst case channel of each radio)
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Section 3:
3.6
Equipment under test (EUT) details
EUT setup details
Table 3.6-1: EUT sub assemblies
Description
Brand name
Model/Part number
Serial number
Table 3.6-2: EUT interface ports
Description
Qty.
USB
Table 3.6-3: Support equipment
Description
Brand name
Model/Part number
Serial number
Rev.
AC/DC Adaptor
Phihong
PSA10F-050Q
N/A
N/A
Table 3.6-4: Inter-connection cables
Cable description
From
To
USB
USB
Display
Radar
AC-DC(USB) adaptor
Display
Length (m)
<2n
<2m
2.4GHZ
SR1100
24GHZ
Measurement Equipment
USB
120VAC
60Hz
USB
SD2010
2.4GHZ
Note.- For radiated emissions the SD2010 model was removed
and the USB cable connected directly to the AC/DC converter.
Figure 3.6-1: EUT Set up (For This test all TX were enabled)
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Section 4:
Engineering consideration
Section 4 Engineering considerations
4.1
Modifications incorporated in the EUT
None
4.2
Technical judgment
None
4.3
Deviations from laboratory tests procedures
No deviations were made from laboratory procedures.
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Section 5:
Test conditions
Section 5 Test conditions
5.1
Atmospheric conditions
Temperature
Relative humidity
Air pressure
15–30 °C
20–75 %
86–106 kPa
When it is impracticable to carry out tests under these conditions, a note to this effect stating the ambient temperature and relative humidity during the
tests shall be recorded and stated.
5.2
Power supply range
The normal test voltage for equipment to be connected to the mains shall be the nominal mains voltage. For the purpose of the present document, the
nominal voltage shall be the declared voltage, or any of the declared voltages ±5 %, for which the equipment was designed.
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Section 6:
Measurement uncertainty
Section 6 Measurement uncertainty
6.1
Uncertainty of measurement
Nemko USA Inc. has calculated measurement uncertainty and is documented in EMC/MUC/001 “Uncertainty in EMC measurements.” Measurement
uncertainty was calculated using the methods described in CISPR 16-4 Specification for radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods
– Part 4: Uncertainty in EMC measurements; as well as described in UKAS LAB34: The expression of Uncertainty in EMC Testing. Measurement uncertainty
calculations assume a coverage factor of K=2 with 95% certainty.
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Section 7:
Terms and definitions
Section 7 Terms and definitions
7.1.1
Equipment type
Multimedia Equipment (MME)
Information technology
equipment [ITE]
Equipment that is information technology equipment, audio equipment, video equipment, broadcast receiver
equipment, entertainment lighting control equipment or combinations of these.
Equipment having a primary function of either (or a combination of) entry, storage, display, retrieval, transmission,
processing, switching, or control of data and/or telecommunication messages and which may be equipped with one or
more ports typically for information transfer.
Audio equipment
Video equipment
Broadcast receiver equipment
Examples include data processing equipment, office machines, electronic business equipment and telecommunication
equipment.
Equipment which has a primary function of either (or a combination of) generation, input, storage, play, retrieval,
transmission, reception, amplification, processing, switching or control of audio signals
Equipment which has a primary function of either (or a combination of) generation, input, storage, display, play,
retrieval, transmission, reception, amplification, processing, switching, or control of video signals.
Equipment containing a tuner that is intended for the reception of broadcast services
Entertainment lighting control
equipment
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These broadcast services are typically television and radio services, including terrestrial broadcast, satellite broadcast and/or
cable transmission.
Equipment generating or processing electrical signals for controlling the intensity, color, nature or direction of the light
from a luminaire, where the intention is to create artistic effects in theatrical, televisual or musical productions and
visual presentations.
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Section 7:
7.2
7.2.1
Terms and definitions
General definitions
Port type
AC mains power port
Port used to connect to the mains supply network
Antenna port
Port, other than a broadcast receiver tuner port (3.1.8), for connection of an antenna used for intentional transmission
and/or reception of radiated RF energy.
Port intended for the reception of a modulated RF signal carrying terrestrial, satellite and/or cable transmissions of audio
and/or video broadcast and similar services
Broadcast receiver tuner port
DC network power port
Equipment with a DC power port which is powered by a dedicated AC/DC power converter is defined as AC mains powered equipment
This port may be connected to an antenna, a cable distribution system, a VCR or similar device.
Port, not powered by a dedicated AC/DC power converter and not supporting communication, that connects to a DC supply
network.
Equipment with a DC power port which is powered by a dedicated AC/DC power converter is considered to be AC mains powered
equipment.
DC power ports supporting communications are considered to be wired networks ports, for example Ethernet ports which include
Power Over Ethernet (POE).
Enclosure port
Optical fibre port
RF modulator output port
Signal/control port
Physical boundary of the EUT through which electromagnetic fields may radiate.
Port at which an optical fibre is connected to an equipment.
Port intended to be connected to a broadcast receiver tuner port in order to transmit a signal to the broadcast receiver.
Port intended for the interconnection of components of an equipment under test, or between an equipment under test
and local associated equipment and used in accordance with relevant functional specifications (for example for the
maximum length of cable connected to it)
Wired network port
Point of connection for voice, data and signaling transfers intended to interconnect widely-dispersed systems by direct
connection to a single-user of multi-user communication network (for example CATV, PSTN, ISDN, xDSL, LAN and similar
networks)
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Examples include RS-232, Universal Serial Bus (USB), High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI), IEEE Standard 1394 (“Fire Wire”)
These ports may support screened or unscreened cables and may also carry AC or DC power where this is an integral part of the
telecommunication specification.
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Section 8
Testing data
Section 8 Testing data
8.1
8.1.1
Radiated disturbance
References
ANSI C63.4-2014
8.1.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
February 9, 2018
Nikolay Shtin, SR. Wireless Engineer
10m semi anechoic chamber
8.1.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
22 °C
1000 mbar
56 %
Notes
None
8.1.4
Setup details
EUT setup configuration
Test facility
Measuring distance
Antenna height variation
Turn table position
Measurement details
Table top
10m Semi Anechoic Chamber(SAC)
3 m up to 26GHz, 1.5m for 26 – 40 GHz
1–4 m
0–360°
A preview measurement was generated with receiver in continuous scan or sweep mode while the EUT was rotated
and antenna adjusted to maximize radiated emission. Emissions detected within 6 dB or above limit were remeasured with the appropriate detector against the correlating limit and recorded as the final measurement.
Receiver/spectrum analyzer settings for frequencies below 1 GHz:
Resolution bandwidth
120 kHz
Video bandwidth
300 kHz
Detector mode

Peak (Preview measurement)

Quasi-peak (Final measurement)
Trace mode
Max Hold
Measurement time

100 ms (Peak preview measurement)

1000 ms (Quasi-peak final measurement)
Receiver/spectrum analyzer settings for frequencies above 1 GHz:
Resolution bandwidth
1 MHz
Video bandwidth
3 MHz
Detector mode
Peak (Preview measurement)
Peak and CAverage (Final measurement)
Trace mode
Max Hold
Measurement time

100 ms (Peak preview measurement)

100 ms (Peak and CAverage final measurement)
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Section 8
8.1.4
Testing data
Setup details, continued
Table 8.1-1: Radiated disturbance equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
EMC Test Receiver
Antenna, Bilog
Antenna, Horn
Antenna, Horn
Rohde & Schwarz
Schaffner-Chase
EMCO
EMCO
ESU 40
CBL6111C
3115
3116
E1121
1480
1033
E1013
1 yr.
1 yr.
1 yr.
2yr
4-28-2018
07-21-2018
7-27-2018
02-18-2018
Notes:
None
Table 8.1-2: Radiated disturbance test software details
Manufacturer of Software
Details
R&S
EMC32 V10.00.00
Notes:
None
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Section 8
8.1.5
Testing data
Test data
Fu ll S p ec t ru m
80
75
70
65
60
FCC Part 15 Class B Electric Field Strength QP+AV
Level in dBµV/m
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
30 M
50
60
80
10 0M
20 0
30 0
40 0
50 0
80 0
1G
Frequ enc y in Hz
The spectral plot is a summation of a vertical and horizontal scan. The spectral scan has been corrected with the associated transducer factors (i.e. antenna factors, cable loss,
amplifier gains, and attenuators.
Figure 8.1-1: Radiated disturbance spectral plot (30 to 1000 MHz)
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Section 8
8.1.6
Testing data
Test data, continued
Fu ll S p ec t ru m
80
75
FCC Part 15 Class B Electric Field Strength PK
70
65
Level in dBµV/m
60
55
FCC Part 15 Class B Electric Field Strength QP+AV
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
10 00
15 00
20 00
25 00
30 00
Frequ enc y in M Hz
The spectral plot is a summation of a vertical and horizontal scan. The spectral scan has been corrected with the associated transducer factors (i.e. antenna factors, cable loss,
amplifier gains, and attenuators.
Figure 8.1-2: Radiated disturbance spectral plot (1 to 3 GHz)
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Section 8
8.1.7
Testing data
Test data, continued
Fu ll S p ec t ru m
80
75
FCC Part 15 Class B Electric Field Strength PK
70
65
Level in dBµV/m
60
FCC Part 15 Class B Electric Field Strength QP+AV
55
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
3G
5G
10 G
18 G
Frequ enc y in Hz
The spectral plot is a summation of a vertical and horizontal scan. The spectral scan has been corrected with the associated transducer factors (i.e. antenna factors, cable loss,
amplifier gains, and attenuators.
Figure 8.1-3: Radiated disturbance spectral plot (3 to 18 GHz)
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Section 8
8.1.8
Testing data
Test data, continued
The spectral plot is a summation of a vertical and horizontal scan. The spectral scan has been corrected with the associated transducer factors (i.e. antenna factors, cable loss,
amplifier gains, and attenuators.
Note. - the 24.155GHz is the fundamental frequency and out of the scope of this evaluation.
Figure 8.1-4: Radiated disturbance spectral plot (18 to 26 GHz)
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Section 8
8.1.9
Testing data
Test data, continued
The spectral plot is a summation of a vertical and horizontal scan. The spectral scan has been corrected with the associated transducer factors (i.e. antenna factors, cable loss,
amplifier gains and attenuators.
Figure 8.1-5: Radiated disturbance spectral plot (26 GHz to 40 GHz)
8.1.10
Test data, continued
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Section 8
Testing data
Frequency
(MHz)
QuasiPeak
(dBµV/m)
Limit
(dBµV/m)
Margin
(dB)
33.801000
64.030000
153.997500
240.005000
359.994000
916.448000
13.70
13.87
10.59
13.71
30.70
27.97
40.00
40.00
43.50
46.00
46.00
46.00
26.30
26.13
32.91
32.29
15.30
18.03
Meas.
Time
(ms)
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
Bandwidth
(kHz)
Height
(cm)
Pol
Azimuth
(deg)
Corr.
(dB)
120.000
120.000
120.000
120.000
120.000
120.000
155.0
134.9
181.2
204.1
147.5
255.7
55.0
296.0
296.0
34.0
263.0
253.0
18.8
7.3
13.9
14.9
19.5
30.6
Table 8.1-3: Radiated disturbance (Quasi-Peak) results 30M-1GHz
Notes:
1 Field
strength (dBV/m) = receiver/spectrum analyzer value (dBV) + correction factor (dB)
Correction factor = antenna factor ACF (dB) + cable loss (dB)
3 An inverse proportionality factor of 20 dB per decade (20 log (10/3) = 10.5 dB) has been used to normalize the specification limit to a measurement distance of 3
meters to determine compliance.
4 The maximum measured value observed over a period of 15 seconds was recorded.
Sample calculation: 44.64 dBV/m (field strength) = 29.04 dBV (receiver reading) + 15.6 dB (Correction factor)
Frequency
(MHz)
MaxPeak
(dBµV/m)
Average
(dBµV/m)
Limit
(dBµV/m)
Margin
(dB)
1046.133333
1046.133333
1379.533333
1379.533333
1635.400000
1635.400000
1876.333333
1876.333333
2338.000000
2338.000000
2839.333333
2839.333333
3519.600000
3519.600000
4805.800000
4805.800000
8844.600000
8844.600000
12078.20000
12078.20000
14504.20000
14504.20000
17967.90000
17967.90000
--36.95
38.27
--39.50
--40.92
----45.15
41.55
----43.45
48.59
----39.52
--44.34
45.26
----47.57
23.66
----24.58
--25.87
--27.47
38.81
----28.58
30.06
----45.99
26.43
--34.62
----31.89
34.34
---
53.90
73.90
73.90
53.90
73.90
53.90
73.90
53.90
53.90
73.90
73.90
53.90
53.90
73.90
73.90
53.90
53.90
73.90
53.90
73.90
73.90
53.90
53.90
73.90
30.24
36.95
35.63
29.32
34.40
28.03
32.98
26.43
15.09
28.75
32.35
25.32
23.84
30.45
25.31
7.91
27.47
34.38
19.28
29.56
28.64
22.01
19.56
26.33
Notes:
Meas.
Time
(ms)
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
5000.0
Bandwidth
(kHz)
Height
(cm)
Pol
Azimuth
(deg)
Corr.
(dB)
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
118.3
118.3
117.8
117.8
337.6
337.6
341.8
341.8
109.3
109.3
399.9
399.9
327.7
327.7
132.8
132.8
181.1
181.1
233.3
233.3
359.4
359.4
125.3
125.3
132.0
132.0
266.0
266.0
350.0
350.0
124.0
124.0
176.0
176.0
175.0
175.0
163.0
163.0
203.0
203.0
254.0
254.0
353.0
353.0
56.0
56.0
42.0
42.0
-0.7
-0.7
-0.4
-0.4
0.1
0.1
2.2
2.2
2.6
2.6
4.8
4.8
6.3
6.3
10.2
10.2
20.7
20.7
22.7
22.7
28.9
28.9
31.9
31.9
Table 8.1-4: Radiated disturbance (Average and Peak) results 1-18GHz
1 Field
strength (dBV/m) = receiver/spectrum analyzer value (dBV) + correction factor (dB)
Correction factor = antenna factor ACF (dB) + cable loss (dB) − amplifier gain (dB)
3 The maximum measured value observed over a period of 15 seconds was recorded.
Sample calculation: 46.02 dBV/m (field strength) = 44.82 dBV (receiver reading) + 1.2 dB (Correction factor)
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Testing data
Frequency
(MHz)
MaxPeak
(dBµV/m)
Average
(dBµV/m)
Limit
(dBµV/m)
Margin
(dB)
19763.98333
19763.98333
19821.13333
19821.13333
21357.01666
21357.01666
21692.03333
21692.03333
24155.96153
24155.96153
25007.48333
25007.48333
25133.90000
25133.90000
52.02
--50.23
--51.89
--51.37
--113.45
--54.84
----55.40
--39.74
--39.07
--40.68
--40.36
--113.39
--43.82
44.29
---
73.90
53.90
73.90
53.90
73.90
53.90
73.90
53.90
21.88
14.16
23.67
14.83
22.01
13.22
22.53
13.54
Meas.
Time
(ms)
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
73.90
53.90
53.90
73.90
19.06
10.08
9.61
18.50
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
Notes:
Bandwidth
(kHz)
Height
(cm)
Pol
Azimuth
(deg)
Corr.
(dB)
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
115.0
115.0
156.0
156.0
115.0
115.0
114.3
114.3
-6.0
-6.0
260.0
260.0
20.0
20.0
119.0
119.0
2.5
2.5
2.4
2.4
3.1
3.1
2.7
2.7
100.0
100.0
216.0
216.0
7.9
7.9
7.9
7.9
Fundamental (Radar Signal)
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
149.9
149.9
115.0
115.0
Table 8.1-5: Radiated disturbance (Average and Peak) results 18-26GHz
1 Field
strength (dBV/m) = receiver/spectrum analyzer value (dBV) + correction factor (dB)
Correction factor = antenna factor ACF (dB) + cable loss (dB) − amplifier gain (dB)
3 The maximum measured value observed over a period of 15 seconds was recorded.
Sample calculation: 46.02 dBV/m (field strength) = 44.82 dBV (receiver reading) + 1.2 dB (Correction factor)
Frequency
(MHz)
MaxPeak
(dBµV/m)
Average
(dBµV/m)
Limit
(dBµV/m)
Margin
(dB)
--60.50
--59.69
61.36
--63.98
--62.28
--66.31
---
48.60
--49.03
----50.19
--55.51
--50.95
--54.65
59.90
79.90
59.90
79.90
79.90
59.90
79.90
59.90
79.90
59.90
79.90
59.90
11.30
19.40
10.87
20.21
18.54
9.71
15.92
4.39
17.62
8.95
13.59
5.25
31564.500000
31564.500000
32791.800000
32791.800000
33988.266667
33988.266667
36231.633333
36231.633333
37399.550000
37399.550000
39601.150000
39601.150000
Meas.
Time
(ms)
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
10.0
Bandwidth
(kHz)
Height
(cm)
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
1000.000
141.0
141.0
110.3
110.3
139.1
139.1
158.8
158.8
120.0
120.0
151.3
151.3
Pol
Azimuth
(deg)
Corr.
(dB)
287.0
287.0
143.0
143.0
6.0
6.0
115.0
115.0
285.0
285.0
167.0
167.0
43.9
43.9
44.3
44.3
44.6
44.6
45.4
45.4
45.6
45.6
46.1
46.1
Comment
Table 8.1-6: Radiated disturbance (Average and Peak) results 26-40GHz
Notes:
1 Field
strength (dBV/m) = receiver/spectrum analyzer value (dBV) + correction factor (dB)
Correction factor = antenna factor ACF (dB) + cable loss (dB) − amplifier gain (dB)
3 The maximum measured value observed over a period of 15 seconds was recorded.
4 The limit was adjusted up by 6dB because the measurement distance was moved from 3m to 1.5m for 26 to 40GHz
Sample calculation: 55.51 dBV/m (field strength) = 54.31 dBV (receiver reading) + 1.2 dB (Correction factor)
Limit adjustment 20 Log (3m/1.5m) = 6 as a result the Peak Limit was adjusted from 74.9 to 79.9 and the Average Limit from 53.9 to 59.9
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8.1.11
Testing data
Setup photos
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Testing data
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8.2
Testing data
Conducted disturbance at mains port
8.2.1
References
ANSI C63.4-2014
8.2.2
Test summary
Verdict
Pass
Test date
Test engineer
Test location
February 7, 2018
Nikolay Shtin, SR. Wireless Engineer
Ground Plane
8.2.3
Temperature
Air pressure
Relative humidity
23 °C
1000 mbar
56
Notes
None
8.2.4
Setup details
Port under test
EUT setup configuration
Measurement details
AC Mains Input
Table top
A preview measurement was generated with the receiver in continuous scan mode. Emissions detected within 6 dB or
above limit were re-measured with the appropriate detector against the correlating limit and recorded as the final
measurement.
Receiver settings:
Resolution bandwidth
Video bandwidth
Detector mode
9 kHz
30 kHz

Peak and Average (Preview measurement)

Quasi-peak and CAverage (Final measurement)
Max Hold

100 ms (Peak and Average preview measurement)

1000 ms (Quasi-peak final measurement)

160 ms (CAverage final measurement)
Trace mode
Measurement time
Table 8.2-1: Conducted disturbance at mains port equipment list
Equipment
Manufacturer
Model no.
Asset no.
Cal cycle
Next cal.
EMI Test Receiver 9kHz to 7GHz
Two Line V-Network
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
ESCI 7
ENV216
E1026
E1019
5/23/2017
6/27/2017
5/23/2018
6/27/2018
Notes:
None
Table 8.2-2: Conducted disturbance at mains port test software details
Manufacturer of Software
Details
Rohde-Schwarz
EMC 32 V10.0
Notes:
None
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8.2.5
Testing data
Test data
The spectral plot has been corrected with transducer factors. (i.e. cable loss, LISN factors, and attenuators)
Figure 8.2-1: Conducted disturbance at mains port spectral plot on phase and neutral line
Frequency
(MHz)
QuasiPeak
(dBµV)
Average
(dBµV)
Limit
(dBµV)
Margin
(dB)
Meas.
Time
(ms)
Bandwidth
(kHz)
Line
Filter
Corr.
(dB)
0.200500
0.200500
0.296500
0.296500
0.536500
0.536500
0.608500
0.608500
3.644500
3.644500
11.536500
11.536500
--44.29
--36.28
--35.82
--36.85
--35.54
--39.00
32.11
--26.14
--24.88
--25.81
--24.61
--29.98
---
53.59
63.59
50.34
60.34
46.00
56.00
46.00
56.00
46.00
56.00
50.00
60.00
21.48
19.30
24.20
24.06
21.12
20.18
20.19
19.15
21.39
20.46
20.02
21.00
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
5000.
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
L1
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.5
19.6
19.6
Table 8.2-3: Conducted disturbance at mains port (Quasi-Peak and Average) results for AC Power Main
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Notes:
Testing data
1 Result
(dBV) = receiver/spectrum analyzer value (dBV) + correction factor (dB)
Correction factor (dB) = LISN factor IL (dB) + cable loss (dB) + attenuator (dB)
3 The maximum measured value observed over a period of 15 seconds was recorded.
Sample calculation: 63.5 dBV (result) = 44 dBV (receiver reading) + 19.5 dB (Correction factor)
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8.2.6
Testing data
Setup photos
Figure 8.2-2: Conducted disturbance at mains port setup photo
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EUT photos
Section 9 EUT photos
9.1
External photos
Figure 9.1-1: Front view photo
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EUT photos
Figure 9.1-2: Back view photo
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