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FCC PART 15.407, SUBPART E
ISEDC RSS-247, ISSUE 2, FEBRUARY 2017
TEST REPORT
For
Axon Enterprise Inc.
17800 N 85th Street,
Scottsdale, AZ 85255, USA
FCC ID: X4GS00146B
IC: 8803A-S00146B
Report Type:
Product Type:
Original Report
Axon Fleet 2.0 Rear Camera
Vincent Licata
Prepared By:
Report Number:
Report Date:
Test Engineer
R18062510-407
2018-07-20
Jin Yang
Reviewed By:
RF Lead
Bay Area Compliance Laboratories Corp.
1274 Anvilwood Avenue,
Sunnyvale, CA 94089, USA
Tel: (408) 732-9162
Fax: (408) 732-9164
Note: This test report is prepared for the customer shown above and for the device described herein. It may not be duplicated or used in
part without prior written consent from Bay Area Compliance Laboratories Corp. This report must not be used by the customer to claim
product certification, approval, or endorsement by A2LA*, NIST, or any agency of the Federal Government.
* This report may contain data that are not covered by the A2LA accreditation and are marked with an asterisk “*”
(Rev.2)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION ......................................................................................................................................... 5
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION FOR EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT)................................................................................. 5
MECHANICAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT ....................................................................................................................... 5
OBJECTIVE ............................................................................................................................................................... 5
RELATED SUBMITTAL(S)/GRANT(S) ........................................................................................................................ 5
TEST METHODOLOGY .............................................................................................................................................. 5
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ............................................................................................................................... 5
TEST FACILITY REGISTRATIONS .............................................................................................................................. 6
TEST FACILITY ACCREDITATIONS............................................................................................................................ 6
EUT TEST CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................................................. 9
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
JUSTIFICATION ......................................................................................................................................................... 9
EUT EXERCISE SOFTWARE ...................................................................................................................................... 9
DUTY CYCLE CORRECTION FACTOR ........................................................................................................................ 9
EQUIPMENT MODIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................. 11
LOCAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................................................ 11
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ............................................................................................................................................ 11
POWER SUPPLY/ADAPTER ..................................................................................................................................... 11
INTERFACE PORTS AND CABLING .......................................................................................................................... 11
SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS ............................................................................................................................. 12
FCC §2.1091, §15.407(F) & ISEDC RSS-102 - RF EXPOSURE ............................................................................. 13
4.1
4.2
4.3
FCC §15.203 & ISEDC RSS-GEN §6.8 - ANTENNA REQUIREMENTS ............................................................. 15
5.1
5.2
APPLICABLE STANDARD ........................................................................................................................................ 17
TEST SETUP ........................................................................................................................................................... 20
TEST PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................................................. 20
CORRECTED AMPLITUDE AND MARGIN CALCULATION ......................................................................................... 20
TEST EQUIPMENT LIST AND DETAILS .................................................................................................................... 21
TEST ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ..................................................................................................................... 21
SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS................................................................................................................................. 22
RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS TEST RESULT DATA .......................................................................................... 23
FCC §15.209, §15.407(B) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS ........................... 26
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
APPLICABLE STANDARDS ...................................................................................................................................... 15
ANTENNA LIST ...................................................................................................................................................... 16
FCC §15.209, §15.407(B) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS ............................... 17
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
MPE PREDICTION .................................................................................................................................................. 14
MPE RESULTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 14
RF EXPOSURE EVALUATION EXEMPTION FOR IC .................................................................................................... 14
APPLICABLE STANDARD ........................................................................................................................................ 26
TEST PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................................................. 29
CORRECTION FACTOR AND MARGIN CALCULATION .............................................................................................. 30
TEST EQUIPMENT LIST AND DETAILS .................................................................................................................... 30
TEST ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ..................................................................................................................... 30
CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS TEST RESULT DATA ....................................................................................... 31
FCC §15.407(E) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - 6 DB & 99% OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH ......................................... 42
8.1
8.2
APPLICABLE STANDARDS ...................................................................................................................................... 42
TEST PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................................................. 42
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8.3
8.4
8.5
APPLICABLE STANDARDS ...................................................................................................................................... 48
TEST PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................................................. 48
TEST EQUIPMENT LIST AND DETAILS .................................................................................................................... 48
TEST ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ..................................................................................................................... 49
TEST RESULTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 49
FCC §15.407(A) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY ....................................................... 52
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
11
TEST EQUIPMENT LIST AND DETAILS .................................................................................................................... 42
TEST ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ..................................................................................................................... 42
TEST RESULTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 43
FCC §407(A) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - OUTPUT POWER.................................................................................... 48
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
10
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APPLICABLE STANDARDS ...................................................................................................................................... 52
TEST PROCEDURE .................................................................................................................................................. 52
TEST EQUIPMENT LIST AND DETAILS .................................................................................................................... 52
TEST ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ..................................................................................................................... 53
TEST RESULTS ....................................................................................................................................................... 53
EXHIBIT A - FCC & ISED EQUIPMENT LABELING REQUIREMENTS ....................................................... 56
11.1
FCC ID LABEL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................................................ 56
11.2
IC LABEL REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................................... 56
12.3 RECOMMENDED LABEL CONTENTS AND LOCATION.................................................................................................... 57
12
APPENDIX .................................................................................................................................................................. 58
13
ANNEX A (INFORMATIVE) - A2LA ELECTRICAL TESTING CERTIFICATE ............................................ 59
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DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY
Revision Number
Report Number
Description of Revision
Date of Revision
R18062510-407
Original Report
2018-07-20
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1.1
FCC ID: X4GS00146B, IC: 8803A-S00146B
General Description
Product Description for Equipment under Test (EUT)
This test and measurement report was prepared on behalf of Axon Enterprise Inc., and their product model:
AX1015, FCC ID: X4GS00146B IC: 8803A-S00146B or the “EUT” as referred to in this report. The EUT is an
in car camera supporting BLE and Wi-Fi.
1.2
Mechanical Description of EUT
The EUT measures approximately 12 cm (L) x 3.5 m (W) x 2 cm (H) and weighs approximately 0.5 kg.
The test data gathered are from typical production sample, serial number X55000075 assigned by Axon Enterprise, Inc.
1.3
Objective
This report is prepared on behalf of Axon Enterprise Inc. in accordance with FCC CFR47 §15.407 and ISEDC
RSS-247 Issue 2, February2017.
The objective is to determine compliance with FCC Part 15.407 and ISEDC RSS-247 rules for Output Power,
Antenna Requirements, AC Line Conducted Emissions, Emission Bandwidth, Power spectral density, and
Radiated Spurious Emissions.
1.4
Related Submittal(s)/Grant(s)
FCC 15.247 Report: R18062510-247 DTS
1.5
Test Methodology
All measurements contained in this report were conducted in accordance with ANSI C63.10-2013, American
National Standard for Methods of Measurement of Radio-Noise Emissions from Low-Voltage Electrical and
Electronic Equipment in the range of 9 kHz to 40 GHz, and FCC KDB 789033 D02 General UNII Test
Procedure New Rules v02r01.
1.6
Measurement Uncertainty
All measurements involve certain levels of uncertainties, especially in the field of EMC. The factors
contributing to uncertainties are spectrum analyzer, cable loss, antenna factor calibration, antenna directivity,
antenna factor variation with height, antenna phase center variation, antenna factor frequency interpolation,
measurement distance variation, site imperfections, mismatch (average), and system repeatability.
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1.7
FCC ID: X4GS00146B, IC: 8803A-S00146B
Parameter
Measurement uncertainty
Occupied Channel Bandwidth
RF output power, conducted
Power Spectral Density, conducted
Unwanted Emissions, conducted
All emissions, radiated
AC power line Conducted Emission
Temperature
Humidity
DC and low frequency voltages
Time
Duty Cycle
±5 %
±0.57 dB
±1.48dB
±1.57dB
±4.0 dB
±2.0 dB
±2 º C
±5 %
±1.0 %
±2 %
±3 %
Test Facility Registrations
BACLs test facilities that are used to perform Radiated and Conducted Emissions tests are currently recognized
by the Federal Communications Commission as Accredited with NIST Designation Number US1129.
BACL’s test facilities that are used to perform Radiated and Conducted Emissions tests are currently registered
with Industry Canada under Registration Numbers: 3062A-1, 3062A-2, and 3062A-3.
BACL is a Chinese Taipei Bureau of Standards Metrology and Inspection (BSMI) validated Conformity
Assessment Body (CAB), under Appendix B, Phase I Procedures of the APEC Mutual Recognition
Arrangement (MRA). BACL’s BSMI Lab Code Number is: SL2-IN-E-1002R
BACL’s test facilities that are used to perform AC Line Conducted Emissions, Telecommunications Line
Conducted Emissions, Radiated Emissions from 30 MHz to 1 GHz, and Radiated Emissions from 1 GHz to 6
GHz are currently recognized as Accredited in accordance with the Voluntary Control Council for Interference
[VCCI] Article 15 procedures under Registration Number A-0027.
1.8
Test Facility Accreditations
Bay Area Compliance Laboratories Corp. (BACL) is:
A- An independent, 3rd-Party, Commercial Test Laboratory accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 by A2LA (Test
Laboratory Accreditation Certificate Number 3279.02), in the fields of: Electromagnetic Compatibility and
Telecommunications. Unless noted by an Asterisk (*) in the Compliance Matrix (See Section 3 of this Test
Report), BACL’s ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Scope of Accreditation includes all of the Test Method Standards and/or
the Product Family Standards detailed in this Test Report..
BACL’s ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Scope of Accreditation includes a comprehensive suite of EMC Emissions, EMC
Immunity, Radio, RF Exposure, Safety and wireline Telecommunications test methods applicable to a wide
range of product categories. These product categories include Central Office Telecommunications Equipment
[including NEBS - Network Equipment Building Systems], Unlicensed and Licensed Wireless and RF devices,
Information Technology Equipment (ITE); Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (TTE); Medical Electrical
Equipment; Industrial, Scientific and Medical Test Equipment; Professional Audio and Video Equipment;
Industrial and Scientific Instruments and Laboratory Apparatus; Cable Distribution Systems, and Energy
Efficient Lighting.
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B- A Product Certification Body accredited to ISO/IEC 17065:2012 by A2LA (Product Certification Body
Accreditation Certificate Number 3279.03) to certify
- For the USA (Federal Communications Commission):
1All Unlicensed radio frequency devices within FCC Scopes A1, A2, A3, and A4;
2All Licensed radio frequency devices within FCC Scopes B1, B2, B3, and B4;
3All Telephone Terminal Equipment within FCC Scope C.
- For the Canada (Industry Canada):
All Scope 1-Licence-Exempt Radio Frequency Devices;
All Scope 2-Licensed Personal Mobile Radio Services;
All Scope 3-Licensed General Mobile & Fixed Radio Services;
All Scope 4-Licensed Maritime & Aviation Radio Services;
All Scope 5-Licensed Fixed Microwave Radio Services
All Broadcasting Technical Standards (BETS) in the Category I Equipment Standards List.
- For Singapore (Info-Communications Development Authority (IDA)):
All Line Terminal Equipment: All Technical Specifications for Line Terminal Equipment –
Table 1 of IDA MRA Recognition Scheme: 2011, Annex 2
2.
All Radio-Communication Equipment: All Technical Specifications for Radio-Communication
Equipment – Table 2 of IDA MRA Recognition Scheme: 2011, Annex 2
- For the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region:
All Radio Equipment, per KHCA 10XX-series Specifications;
All GMDSS Marine Radio Equipment, per HKCA 12XX-series Specifications;
All Fixed Network Equipment, per HKCA 20XX-series Specifications.
- For Japan:
MIC Telecommunication Business Law (Terminal Equipment):
- All Scope A1 - Terminal Equipment for the Purpose of Calls;
- All Scope A2 - Other Terminal Equipment
Radio Law (Radio Equipment):
- All Scope B1 - Specified Radio Equipment specified in Article 38-2-2, paragraph 1, item 1 of
the Radio Law
- All Scope B2 - Specified Radio Equipment specified in Article 38-2-2, paragraph 1, item 2 of
the Radio Law
- All Scope B3 - Specified Radio Equipment specified in Article 38-2-2, paragraph 1, item 3 of
the Radio Law
C- A Product Certification Body accredited to ISO/IEC 17065:2012 by A2LA (Product Certification Body
Accreditation Certificate Number 3279.01) to certify Products to USA’s Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) ENERGY STAR Product Specifications for:
1 Electronics and Office Equipment:
- for Telephony (ver. 3.0)
- for Audio/Video (ver. 3.0)
- for Battery Charging Systems (ver. 1.1)
- for Set-top Boxes & Cable Boxes (ver. 4.1)
- for Televisions (ver. 6.1)
- for Computers (ver. 6.0)
- for Displays (ver. 6.0)
- for Imaging Equipment (ver. 2.0)
- for Computer Servers (ver. 2.0)
2 Commercial Food Service Equipment
- for Commercial Dishwashers (ver. 2.0)
- for Commercial Ice Machines (ver. 2.0)
- for Commercial Ovens (ver. 2.1)
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for Commercial Refrigerators and Freezers
Lighting Products
- For Decorative Light Strings (ver. 1.5)
- For Luminaires (including sub-components) and Lamps (ver. 1.2)
- For Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) (ver. 4.3)
- For Integral LED Lamps (ver. 1.4)
4 Heating, Ventilation, and AC Products
- for Residential Ceiling Fans (ver. 3.0)
- for Residential Ventilating Fans (ver. 3.2)
5 Other
- For Water Coolers (ver. 3.0)
D- A NIST Designated Phase-I and Phase-II Conformity Assessment Body (CAB) for the following
economies and regulatory authorities under the terms of the stated MRAs/Treaties:
- Australia: ACMA (Australian Communication and Media Authority) – APEC Tel MRA -Phase I;
- Canada: (Innovation, Science and Economic development Canada - ISEDC) Foreign Certification Body –
FCB – APEC Tel MRA -Phase I & Phase II;
- Chinese Taipei (Republic of China – Taiwan):
o BSMI (Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection) APEC Tel MRA -Phase I;
o NCC (National Communications Commission) APEC Tel MRA -Phase I;
- European Union:
o EMC Directive 2014/30/EU US-EU EMC & Telecom MRA CAB (NB)
o Radio Equipment (RE) Directive 2014/53/EU US-EU EMC & Telecom MRA CAB (NB)
o Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2014/35/EU
- Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: (Office of the Telecommunications Authority – OFTA)
APEC Tel MRA -Phase I & Phase II
- Israel – US-Israel MRA Phase I
- Republic of Korea (Ministry of Communications - Radio Research Laboratory) APEC Tel MRA -Phase I
- Singapore: (Infocomm Media Development Authority - IMDA) APEC Tel MRA -Phase I & Phase II;
- Japan: VCCI - Voluntary Control Council for Interference US-Japan Telecom Treaty VCCI Side Letter- USA:
o ENERGY STAR Recognized Test Laboratory – US EPA
o Telecommunications Certification Body (TCB) – US FCC;
o Nationally Recognized Test Laboratory (NRTL) – US OSHA
- Vietnam: APEC Tel MRA -Phase I;
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EUT Test Configuration
Justification
The EUT was configured for testing according to ANSI C63.10-2013 and FCC KDB 789033 D02 General UNII
Test Procedures New Rules v02r01.
The EUT was tested in a testing mode to represent worst-case results during the final qualification test.
The worst-case data rates are determined by measuring the average power, peak power and PPSD across all data
rates bandwidths, and modulations.
2.2
EUT Exercise Software
The test firmware used was Tera Term provided by Axon Enterprise Inc., the software is comply with the
standard requirements being tested against.
Please refer to the following power setting table.
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Power Setting
149
5745
16
802.11a mode
157
5785
16
165
5825
16
802.11n mode
149
157
165
5745
5785
5825
16
16
16
Modulation
Note 1: *Data rates tested:
802.11a mode: 6Mbps
802.11n HT20: MCS0
2.3
Duty Cycle Correction Factor
According to KDB 789033 D02 General UNII Test Procedures New Rules v02r01 section B:
All measurements are to be performed with the EUT transmitting at 100% duty cycle at its maximum power
control level; however, if 100% duty cycle cannot be achieved, measurements of duty cycle, x, and maximumpower transmission duration, T, are required for each tested mode of operation.
5.8 GHz Results
Radio Mode
On Time
(ms)
Period
(ms)
Duty Cycle
(%)
Duty Cycle Correction
Factor
(dB)
802.11a
2.058
2.083
98.80
0.00
802.11n20
0.9833
1.000
98.33
0.00
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5.8 GHz
802.11a mode
802.11n20 mode
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Equipment Modifications
N/A
2.5
2.6
Local Support Equipment
Manufacturer
Description
Model
Serial Number
Dell
Laptop
Latitude E6410
3CKRAQ1
Support Equipment
There was no support equipment included, or intended for use with EUT during these tests.
2.7
Power Supply/Adapter
N/A
2.8
Interface Ports and Cabling
Description
Length (m)
To
From
RF Cable
<1m
PSA
EUT
USB to USBC
1.9 m
Laptop
EUT
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Summary of Test Results
Results reported relate only to the product tested.
FCC and IC Rules
FCC §2.1091, §15.407(f),
ISEDC RSS-102
FCC §15.203
ISEDC RSS-Gen §6.8
FCC §15.207
ISEDC RSS-Gen §8.8
FCC §15.407(e)
ISEDC RSS-Gen §6.2
FCC §407(a)
ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2
FCC §2.1051, §15.407(b)
ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2
FCC §15.407(a)
ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2
FCC §15.205, §15.209,
§15.407(b)
ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2
FCC §15.205, §15.209,
§15.407(b)
ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2
Description of Test
Result
RF Exposure
Compliant
Antenna Requirement
Compliant
AC Power Line Conducted Emissions
N/A1
Emission Bandwidth
Compliant
Output Power
Compliant
Band Edges
Compliant
Power Spectral Density
Compliant
Radiated Spurious Emissions
Compliant
Conducted Spurious Emissions
Compliant
Note1: this product will not connect to the public utility AC power network directly or indirectly. The EUT can be
connected to PC or laptop via USB cable for data transmission only, power is not supplied via the USB port.
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FCC §2.1091, §15.407(f) & ISEDC RSS-102 - RF Exposure
According to FCC §15.407(f) and §1.1307(b)(1), systems operating under the provisions of this section shall be
operated in a manner that ensures that the public is not exposed to radio frequency energy level in excess of the
Commission’s guidelines.
Limits for General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure
Frequency
Range
(MHz)
Electric Field
Strength
(V/m)
Magnetic Field
Strength
(A/m)
Power Density
(mW/cm2)
Averaging Time
(minutes)
Limits for General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure
0.3-1.34
614
1.63
* (100)
30
1.34-30
824/f
2.19/f
* (180/f )
30
30-300
27.5
0.073
0.2
30
300-1500
f/1500
30
1500-100,000
1.0
30
f = frequency in MHz
* = Plane-wave equivalent power density
Before equipment certification is granted, the procedure of IC RSS-102 must be followed concerning the
exposure of humans to RF field
According to ISED RSS-102 Issue 5:
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MPE Prediction
Predication of MPE limit at a given distance, Equation from OET Bulletin 65, Edition 97-01
S = PG/4R²
Where: S = power density
P = power input to antenna
G = power gain of the antenna in the direction of interest relative to an isotropic radiator
R = distance to the center of radiation of the antenna
4.2
MPE Results
5.8 GHz Wi-Fi
Maximum output power at antenna input terminal (dBm):
Maximum output power at antenna input terminal (mW):
Prediction distance (cm):
Prediction frequency (MHz):
Maximum Antenna Gain, typical (dBi):
Maximum Antenna Gain (numeric):
Power density of prediction frequency at 20.0 cm (mW/cm2):
FCC MPE limit for uncontrolled exposure at prediction frequency (mW/cm2):
12.74
18.793
20
5825
-0.3
0.9332
0.003489
1.0
The device is compliant with the requirement MPE limit for uncontrolled exposure. The maximum power
density at the distance of 20 cm is 0.003489 mW/cm2. Limit is 1.0 mW/cm2.
4.3
RF exposure evaluation exemption for IC
5.8 GHz Wi-Fi
12.74 + (-0.3) dBi = 12.44 dBm < 1.31×10-2f0.6834 = 4.903 W = 36.905 dBm
Therefore the RF exposure is not required.
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FCC §15.203 & ISEDC RSS-Gen §6.8 - Antenna Requirements
Applicable Standards
According to FCC §15.203:
An intentional radiator shall be designed to ensure that no antenna other than that furnished by the responsible
party shall be used with the device. The use of a permanently attached antenna or of an antenna that uses a
unique coupling to the intentional radiator shall be considered sufficient to comply with the provisions of this
Section. The manufacturer may design the unit so that a broken antenna can be replaced by the user, but the use
of a standard antenna jack or electrical connector is prohibited.
And according to FCC §15.407 (a) (ii), if transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used
the power shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
According to ISEDC RSS-Gen §6.8: Transmitter Antenna
The applicant for equipment certification shall provide a list of all antenna types that may be used with the
transmitter, where applicable (i.e. for transmitters with detachable antenna), indicating the maximum
permissible antenna gain (in dBi) and the required impedance for each antenna. The test report shall demonstrate
the compliance of the transmitter with the limit for maximum equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.)
specified in the applicable RSS, when the transmitter is equipped with any antenna type, selected from this list.
For expediting the testing, measurements may be performed using only the antenna with highest gain of each
combination of transmitter and antenna type, with the transmitter output power set at the maximum level.
However, the transmitter shall comply with the applicable requirements under all operational conditions and
when in combination with any type of antenna from the list provided in the test report (and in the notice to be
included in the user manual, provided below).
When measurements at the antenna port are used to determine the RF output power, the effective gain of the
device’s antenna shall be stated, based on a measurement or on data from the antenna’s manufacturer.
The test report shall state the RF power, output power setting and spurious emission measurements with each
antenna type that is used with the transmitter being tested.
For licence-exempt equipment with detachable antennas, the user manual shall also contain the following notice
in a conspicuous location:
This radio transmitter [enter the device’s ISED certification number] has been approved by Innovation, Science
and Economic Development Canada to operate with the antenna types listed below, with the maximum
permissible gain indicated. Antenna types not included in this list that have a gain greater than the maximum
gain indicated for any type listed are strictly prohibited for use with this device.
Immediately following the above notice, the manufacturer shall provide a list of all antenna types which can be
used with the transmitter, indicating the maximum permissible antenna gain (in dBi) and the required impedance
for each antenna type.
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Antenna List
The EUT applies integrated antenna, an U.FL connector is integrated on the circuit board for testing
purposes only.
Antenna usage
Band of Operation
(GHz)
Maximum Antenna Gain
(dBi)
Wi-Fi/BLE
2400-2483.5
-4.15
Wi-Fi
5700-5900
-0.30
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FCC §15.209, §15.407(b) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - Radiated Spurious
Emissions
Applicable Standard
As Per FCC §15.205(a) except as show in paragraph (d) of this section, only spurious emissions are permitted in
any of the frequency bands listed below:
MHz
MHz
MHz
GHz
0.090 – 0.110
0.495 – 0.505
2.1735 – 2.1905
4.125 – 4.128
4.17725 – 4.17775
4.20725 – 4.20775
6.215 – 6.218
6.26775 – 6.26825
6.31175 – 6.31225
8.291 – 8.294
8.362 – 8.366
8.37625 – 8.38675
8.41425 – 8.41475
12.29 – 12.293
12.51975 – 12.52025
12.57675 – 12.57725
13.36 – 13.41
16.42 – 16.423
16.69475 – 16.69525
25.5 – 25.67
37.5 – 38.25
73 – 74.6
74.8 – 75.2
108 – 121.94
123 – 138
149.9 – 150.05
156.52475 – 156.52525
156.7 – 156.9
162.0125 –167.17
167.72 – 173.2
240 – 285
322 – 335.4
399.9 – 410
608 – 614
960 – 1240
1300 – 1427
1435 – 1626.5
1645.5 – 1646.5
1660 – 1710
1718.8 – 1722.2
2200 – 2300
2310 – 2390
2483.5 – 2500
2690 – 2900
3260 – 3267
3.332 – 3.339
3 3458 – 3 358
3.600 – 4.400
4. 5 – 5. 15
5. 35 – 5. 46
7.25 – 7.75
8.025 – 8.5
9.0 – 9.2
9.3 – 9.5
10.6 – 12.7
13.25 – 13.4
14.47 – 14.5
15.35 – 16.2
17.7 – 21.4
22.01 – 23.12
23.6 – 24.0
31.2 – 31.8
36.43 – 36.5
Above 38.6
As per FCC §15.209: The emissions from an intentional radiator shall not exceed the field strength levels
specified in the following table
Frequency
(MHz)
Field Strength
(micro volts/meter)
Measurement Distance
(meters)
0.009 - 0.490
0.490 - 1.705
1.705 - 30.0
30 - 88
88 - 216
216 - 960
Above 960
2400/F(kHz)
24000/F(kHz)
30
100 Note 1
150 Note 1
200 Note 1
500
300
30
30
Note 1: Except as provided in paragraph (g), fundamental emissions from intentional radiators operating under this Section
shall not be located in the frequency bands 54-72 MHz, 76-88 MHz, 174-216 MHz or 470-806 MHz. However,
operation within these frequency bands is permitted under other sections of this Part, e.g., Sections 15.231 and 15.241.
As per FCC Part 15.407 (b):
(1) For transmitters operating in the 5.15-5.25 GHz band: All emissions outside of the 5.15-5.35 GHz band
shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of −27 dBm/MHz.
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(2) For transmitters operating in the 5.25-5.35 GHz band: All emissions outside of the 5.15-5.35 GHz band
shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of −27 dBm/MHz.
(3) For transmitters operating in the 5.47-5.725 GHz band: All emissions outside of the 5.47-5.725 GHz
band shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of −27 dBm/MHz.
(4) For transmitters operating in the 5.725-5.85 GHz band:
(i) All emissions shall be limited to a level of −27 dBm/MHz at 75 MHz or more above or below the band
edge increasing linearly to 10 dBm/MHz at 25 MHz above or below the band edge, and from 25 MHz above or
below the band edge increasing linearly to a level of 15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above or below the band edge,
and from 5 MHz above or below the band edge increasing linearly to a level of 27 dBm/MHz at the band edge.
(ii) Devices certified before March 2, 2017 with antenna gain greater than 10 dBi may demonstrate
compliance with the emission limits in §15.247(d), but manufacturing, marketing and importing of devices
certified under this alternative must cease by March 2, 2018. Devices certified before March 2, 2018 with
antenna gain of 10 dBi or less may demonstrate compliance with the emission limits in §15.247(d), but
manufacturing, marketing and importing of devices certified under this alternative must cease before March 2,
2020.
(5) The emission measurements shall be performed using a minimum resolution bandwidth of 1 MHz. A
lower resolution bandwidth may be employed near the band edge, when necessary, provided the measured
energy is integrated to show the total power over 1 MHz.
(6) Unwanted emissions below 1 GHz must comply with the general field strength limits set forth in
§15.209. Further, any U-NII devices using an AC power line are required to comply also with the conducted
limits set forth in §15.207.
(7) The provisions of §15.205 apply to intentional radiators operating under this section.
(8) When measuring the emission limits, the nominal carrier frequency shall be adjusted as close to the
upper and lower frequency band edges as the design of the equipment permits.
As per ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2
For transmitters with operating frequencies in the band 5150-5250 MHz, all emissions outside the band 51505350 MHz shall not exceed -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. Any unwanted emissions that fall into the band 5250-5350
MHz shall be attenuated below the channel power by at least 26 dB, when measured using a resolution
bandwidth between 1 and 5% of the occupied bandwidth (i.e. 99% bandwidth), above 5250 MHz. The 26 dB
bandwidth may fall into the 5250-5350 MHz band; however, if the occupied bandwidth also falls within the
5250-5350 MHz band, the transmission is considered as intentional and the devices shall comply with all
requirements in the band 5250-5350 MHz including implementing dynamic frequency selection (DFS) and TPC,
on the portion of the emission that resides in the 5250-5350 MHz band.
Devices shall comply with the following:
a) All emissions outside the band 5250-5350 MHz shall not exceed -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p.; or
b) All emissions outside the band 5150-5350 MHz shall not exceed -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. and its power
shall comply with the spectral power density for operation within the band 5150-5250 MHz. The device,
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except devices installed in vehicles, shall be labelled or include in the user manual the following text
“for indoor use only.”
Emissions outside the band 5470-5725 MHz shall not exceed -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. However, devices with
bandwidth overlapping the band edge of 5725 MHz can meet the emission limit of -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. at 5850
MHz instead of 5725 MHz.
Devices operating in the band 5725-5850 MHz with antenna gain greater than 10 dBi can have unwanted
emissions that comply with either the limits in this section or in section 5.5 until six (6) months after the
publication date of this standard for certification. Certified devices that do not comply with emission limits in
this section shall not be manufactured, imported, distributed, leased, offered for sale or sold after April 1, 2018.
Devices operating in the band 5725-5850 MHz with antenna gain of 10 dBi or less can have unwanted emissions
that comply with either the limits in this section or in section 5.5 until April 1, 2018 for certification. Certified
devices that do not comply with emission limits in this section shall not be manufactured, imported, distributed,
leased, offered for sale or sold after April 1, 2020.
Devices operating in the band 5725-5850 MHz shall have e.i.r.p. of unwanted emissions comply with the
following:
a)
27 dBm/MHz at frequencies from the band edges decreasing linearly to 15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above
or below the band edges;
b)
15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above or below the band edges decreasing linearly to 10 dBm/MHz at 25
MHz above or below the band edges;
c)
10 dBm/MHz at 25 MHz above or below the band edges decreasing linearly to -27 dBm/MHz at 75
MHz above or below the band edges; and
d)
-27 dBm/MHz at frequencies more than 75 MHz above or below the band edges.
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Test Setup
The radiated emissions tests were performed in the 5-meter Chamber, using the setup in accordance with ANSI
C63.10-2013. The specification used was the FCC 15.407 and ISEDC RSS-247 limits.
The spacing between the peripherals was 10 centimeters.
External I/O cables were draped along the edge of the test table and bundle when necessary.
6.3
Test Procedure
For the radiated emissions test, the EUT host, and all support equipment power cords were connected to the AC
floor outlet.
A 50 Ω terminator was used to terminate the antenna port.
Maximizing procedure was performed on the highest emissions to ensure that the EUT complied with all
installation combinations.
The EUT is set 3 meter away from the testing antenna, which is varied from 1-4 meter, and the EUT is placed on
a turntable, which is 0.8 meter or 1.5 meter above ground plane, the table shall be rotated for 360 degrees to find
out the highest emission. The receiving antenna should be changed the polarization both of horizontal and
vertical.
The spectrum analyzer or receiver is set as:
Below 1000 MHz:
RBW = 100 kHz / VBW = 300 kHz / Sweep = Auto
Above 1000 MHz:
(1) Peak: RBW = 1MHz / VBW = 3MHz / Sweep = 100 ms
(2) Average: RBW = 1MHz / VBW = 10Hz or 1 / T / Sweep = Auto
6.4
Corrected Amplitude and Margin Calculation
The Corrected Amplitude (CA) is calculated by adding the Antenna Factor (AF), the Cable Loss (CL), the
Attenuator Factor (Atten) and subtracting the Amplifier Gain (Ga) to indicated Amplitude (Ai) reading. The
basic equation is as follows:
CA = Ai + AF + CL + Atten – Ga
For example, a corrected amplitude of 40.3 dBuV/m = Indicated Reading (32.5 dBuV) + Antenna Factor
(+23.5dB) + Cable Loss (3.7 dB) + Attenuator (10 dB) - Amplifier Gain (29.4 dB)
The “Margin” column of the following data tables indicates the degree of compliance within the applicable
limit. For example, a margin of -7 dB means the emission is 7 dB below the maximum limit for Class A. The
equation for margin calculation is as follows:
Margin = Corrected Amplitude – Limit
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Test Equipment List and Details
Manufacturer
Description
Rohde & Schwarz
Receiver, EMI Test
Sunol Sciences
Model No.
Serial No.
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Interval
100338
2018-07-05
2 years
System Controller
ESCI
1166.5950.03
SC99V
011003-1
N/R
N/A
Sunol Sciences
Antenna, Biconi-Log
JB1
A013105-3
2018-02-26
2 years
Agilent
Amplifier, Pre
8447D
2944A10187
2018-04-02
1 year
Wisewave
Antenna, Horn
ARH-4223-02
10555-01
2018-02-14
2 years
Wisewave
Antenna, Horn
ARH-2823-02
10555-02
2017-12-15
2 years
A. H. Systems
Antenna, Horn
Horn Antenna built in
Pre Amp
18-40GHz PreAmplifier
SAS-200/571
261
2017-05-16
2 years
3117-PA
203557
2018-05-14
1 year
PAM-1840VH
170
2018-03-17
1 year
ETS-LINDGREN
AH Systems
Rohde & Schwarz
EMI Test Receiver
ESU-40
100433
2018-02-02
1 year
HP
Pre-Amplifier
8449B
3008A01978
2018-02-16
1 year
Vasona
Test software
V6.0 build 11
10400213
N/R
N/R
Agilent
Analyzer, Spectrum
E4446A
US44300386
2018-06-01
1 year
RF cable
Each time1
N/A
50 Ω terminator
N/A
N/A
Note1: cables included in the test set-up will be checked each time before testing.
Statement of Traceability: BACL Corp. attests that all of the calibrations on the equipment items listed above were
traceable to NIST or to another internationally recognized National Metrology Institute (NMI), and were compliant with
A2LA Policy P102 (dated 09 June 2016) “A2LA Policy on Metrological Traceability”.
6.6
Test Environmental Conditions
Temperature:
22-24 ºC
Relative Humidity:
40-41 %
ATM Pressure:
103.1-104.1 kPa
The testing was performed by Vincent Licata and Harry Zhao from 2018-06-30 to 2018-07-10 in 10m chamber 1, 5m
chamber 3, and RF site.
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Summary of Test Results
According to the data hereinafter, the EUT complied with the FCC Part 15.407 and RSS-247 standards’ radiated
emissions limits, and had the worst margin of:
Mode: Transmitting
Margin
(dB)
Frequency
(MHz)
-4.76
528.0045
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802.11n20 mode, High Channel
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Radiated Spurious Emissions Test Result Data
1) 30 MHz – 1 GHz Worst Case, Measured at 3 meters
5.8 GHz Wi-Fi, 802.11n20 mode (5825 MHz)
Frequency
(MHz)
Corrected
Amplitude
(dBµV/m)
Antenna
Height
(cm)
Antenna
Polarity
(H/V)
Turntable
Azimuth
(degrees)
Limit
(dBµV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Comment
214.0965
26.95
128
191
43.5
-16.55
QP
159.9923
26.14
108
179
43.5
-17.36
QP
528.0045
41.24
172
237
46
-4.76
QP
40.46775
24.3
108
138
40
-15.7
QP
240.0015
39.47
136
140
46
-6.53
QP
165.1493
23.42
101
166
43.5
-20.08
QP
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2) 1–40 GHz Measured at 3 meters
1-6 GHz
5.8 GHz Wi-Fi, n20 mode (5825 MHz)
6-18 GHz
5.8 GHz Wi-Fi, n20 mode (5825 MHz)
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18-26.5 GHz
5.8 GHz Wi-Fi, n20 mode (5825 MHz)
26.5-40 GHz
5.8 GHz Wi-Fi, n20 mode (5825 MHz)
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FCC §15.209, §15.407(b) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - Conducted Spurious
Emissions
Applicable Standard
As Per FCC §15.205(a) except as show in paragraph (d) of this section, only spurious emissions are permitted in
any of the frequency bands listed below:
MHz
MHz
MHz
GHz
0.090 – 0.110
0.495 – 0.505
2.1735 – 2.1905
4.125 – 4.128
4.17725 – 4.17775
4.20725 – 4.20775
6.215 – 6.218
6.26775 – 6.26825
6.31175 – 6.31225
8.291 – 8.294
8.362 – 8.366
8.37625 – 8.38675
8.41425 – 8.41475
12.29 – 12.293
12.51975 – 12.52025
12.57675 – 12.57725
13.36 – 13.41
16.42 – 16.423
16.69475 – 16.69525
25.5 – 25.67
37.5 – 38.25
73 – 74.6
74.8 – 75.2
108 – 121.94
123 – 138
149.9 – 150.05
156.52475 – 156.52525
156.7 – 156.9
162.0125 –167.17
167.72 – 173.2
240 – 285
322 – 335.4
399.9 – 410
608 – 614
960 – 1240
1300 – 1427
1435 – 1626.5
1645.5 – 1646.5
1660 – 1710
1718.8 – 1722.2
2200 – 2300
2310 – 2390
2483.5 – 2500
2690 – 2900
3260 – 3267
3.332 – 3.339
3 3458 – 3 358
3.600 – 4.400
4. 5 – 5. 15
5. 35 – 5. 46
7.25 – 7.75
8.025 – 8.5
9.0 – 9.2
9.3 – 9.5
10.6 – 12.7
13.25 – 13.4
14.47 – 14.5
15.35 – 16.2
17.7 – 21.4
22.01 – 23.12
23.6 – 24.0
31.2 – 31.8
36.43 – 36.5
Above 38.6
As per FCC §15.209: The emissions from an intentional radiator shall not exceed the field strength levels
specified in the following table
Frequency
(MHz)
Field Strength
(micro volts/meter)
Measurement Distance
(meters)
0.009 - 0.490
0.490 - 1.705
1.705 - 30.0
30 - 88
88 - 216
216 - 960
Above 960
2400/F(kHz)
24000/F(kHz)
30
100 Note 1
150 Note 1
200 Note 1
500
300
30
30
Note 1: Except as provided in paragraph (g), fundamental emissions from intentional radiators operating under this Section
shall not be located in the frequency bands 54-72 MHz, 76-88 MHz, 174-216 MHz or 470-806 MHz. However,
operation within these frequency bands is permitted under other sections of this Part, e.g., Sections 15.231 and 15.241.
As per FCC Part 15.407 (b):
(1) For transmitters operating in the 5.15-5.25 GHz band: All emissions outside of the 5.15-5.35 GHz band
shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of −27 dBm/MHz.
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(2) For transmitters operating in the 5.25-5.35 GHz band: All emissions outside of the 5.15-5.35 GHz band
shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of −27 dBm/MHz.
(3) For transmitters operating in the 5.47-5.725 GHz band: All emissions outside of the 5.47-5.725 GHz
band shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of −27 dBm/MHz.
(4) For transmitters operating in the 5.725-5.85 GHz band:
(i) All emissions shall be limited to a level of −27 dBm/MHz at 75 MHz or more above or below the band
edge increasing linearly to 10 dBm/MHz at 25 MHz above or below the band edge, and from 25 MHz above or
below the band edge increasing linearly to a level of 15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above or below the band edge,
and from 5 MHz above or below the band edge increasing linearly to a level of 27 dBm/MHz at the band edge.
(ii) Devices certified before March 2, 2017 with antenna gain greater than 10 dBi may demonstrate
compliance with the emission limits in §15.247(d), but manufacturing, marketing and importing of devices
certified under this alternative must cease by March 2, 2018. Devices certified before March 2, 2018 with
antenna gain of 10 dBi or less may demonstrate compliance with the emission limits in §15.247(d), but
manufacturing, marketing and importing of devices certified under this alternative must cease before March 2,
2020.
(5) The emission measurements shall be performed using a minimum resolution bandwidth of 1 MHz. A
lower resolution bandwidth may be employed near the band edge, when necessary, provided the measured
energy is integrated to show the total power over 1 MHz.
(6) Unwanted emissions below 1 GHz must comply with the general field strength limits set forth in
§15.209. Further, any U-NII devices using an AC power line are required to comply also with the conducted
limits set forth in §15.207.
(7) The provisions of §15.205 apply to intentional radiators operating under this section.
(8) When measuring the emission limits, the nominal carrier frequency shall be adjusted as close to the
upper and lower frequency band edges as the design of the equipment permits.
As per ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2
For transmitters with operating frequencies in the band 5150-5250 MHz, all emissions outside the band 51505350 MHz shall not exceed -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. Any unwanted emissions that fall into the band 5250-5350
MHz shall be attenuated below the channel power by at least 26 dB, when measured using a resolution
bandwidth between 1 and 5% of the occupied bandwidth (i.e. 99% bandwidth), above 5250 MHz. The 26 dB
bandwidth may fall into the 5250-5350 MHz band; however, if the occupied bandwidth also falls within the
5250-5350 MHz band, the transmission is considered as intentional and the devices shall comply with all
requirements in the band 5250-5350 MHz including implementing dynamic frequency selection (DFS) and TPC,
on the portion of the emission that resides in the 5250-5350 MHz band.
Devices shall comply with the following:
a) All emissions outside the band 5250-5350 MHz shall not exceed -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p.; or
b) All emissions outside the band 5150-5350 MHz shall not exceed -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. and its power
shall comply with the spectral power density for operation within the band 5150-5250 MHz. The device,
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except devices installed in vehicles, shall be labelled or include in the user manual the following text
“for indoor use only.”
Emissions outside the band 5470-5725 MHz shall not exceed -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. However, devices with
bandwidth overlapping the band edge of 5725 MHz can meet the emission limit of -27 dBm/MHz e.i.r.p. at 5850
MHz instead of 5725 MHz.
Devices operating in the band 5725-5850 MHz with antenna gain greater than 10 dBi can have unwanted
emissions that comply with either the limits in this section or in section 5.5 until six (6) months after the
publication date of this standard for certification. Certified devices that do not comply with emission limits in
this section shall not be manufactured, imported, distributed, leased, offered for sale or sold after April 1, 2018.
Devices operating in the band 5725-5850 MHz with antenna gain of 10 dBi or less can have unwanted emissions
that comply with either the limits in this section or in section 5.5 until April 1, 2018 for certification. Certified
devices that do not comply with emission limits in this section shall not be manufactured, imported, distributed,
leased, offered for sale or sold after April 1, 2020.
Devices operating in the band 5725-5850 MHz shall have e.i.r.p. of unwanted emissions comply with the
following:
a)
b)
c)
d)
27 dBm/MHz at frequencies from the band edges decreasing linearly to 15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above
or below the band edges;
15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above or below the band edges decreasing linearly to 10 dBm/MHz at 25
MHz above or below the band edges;
10 dBm/MHz at 25 MHz above or below the band edges decreasing linearly to -27 dBm/MHz at 75
MHz above or below the band edges; and
-27 dBm/MHz at frequencies more than 75 MHz above or below the band edges.
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Test Procedure
Per KDB 789033 D02 General UNII Test Procedures New Rules v02r01:
The spectrum analyzer or receiver is set as:
Below 1000 MHz:
RBW = 100 kHz / VBW = 300 kHz / Sweep = Auto
Above 1000 MHz:
Peak: RBW = 1MHz / VBW = 3MHz / Sweep = 100 ms
Average: RBW = 1MHz / VBW = 10Hz or 1 / T / Sweep = Auto
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Correction Factor and Margin Calculation
The correction factor (Offset on PSA) is calculated by adding the Antenna Gain (AG), the Cable Loss (CL), the
Attenuator Factor (Atten), the Ground Reflection Factor (GF) and subtracting the dBµV/m to dBµV Conversion
Factor (CF = 11.8 dB). The basic equation is as follows:
Offset = AG + CL + Atten + GF – CF
The “Margin” column of the following data tables indicates the degree of compliance within the applicable
limit. For example, a margin of -7 dB means the emission is 7 dB below the maximum limit for Class A. The
equation for margin calculation is as follows:
Margin = Corrected Amplitude – Limit
7.4
Test Equipment List and Details
Manufacturer
Description
Model No.
Serial No.
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Interval
Agilent
Analyzer, Spectrum
E4446A
US44300386
2018-06-01
1 year
RF cable
10dB attenuator
N/A
N/A
Each time
Each time
Note1: cables included in the test set-up will be checked each time before testing.
Statement of Traceability: BACL Corp. attests that all of the calibrations on the equipment items listed above were
traceable to NIST or to another internationally recognized National Metrology Institute (NMI), and were compliant with
A2LA Policy P102 (dated 09 June 2016) “A2LA Policy on Metrological Traceability”.
7.5
Test Environmental Conditions
Temperature:
22-24 ºC
Relative Humidity:
40-41 %
ATM Pressure:
103.1-104.1 kPa
The testing was performed by Vincent Licata on 2018-06-30 in RF site.
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Conducted Spurious Emissions Test Result Data
30 MHz–40 GHz conducted measurement comparing with radiated restricted frequency band limit
802.11a mode Spurious Emissions below 1 GHz
Low Channel 5745 MHz
Middle Channel 5785 MHz
High Channel 5825 MHz
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802.11a mode Spurious Emissions 1-26.5 GHz
Low Channel 5745 MHz
Middle Channel 5785 MHz
High Channel 5825 MHz
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802.11a mode Spurious Emissions 26.5-40 GHz
Low Channel 5745 MHz
Middle Channel 5785 MHz
High Channel 5825 MHz
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802.11a mode Spurious Emissions Band Edge
Low Channel 5745 MHz (5720-5725 MHz)
Low Channel 5745 MHz (5700-5720 MHz)
Low Channel 5745 MHz (5500-5700 MHz)
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High Channel 5825 MHz (5850-5855 MHz)
High Channel 5825 MHz (5855-5875 MHz)
High Channel 5825 MHz (5875-6000 MHz)
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802.11n20 mode Spurious Emissions below 1 GHz
Low Channel 5745 MHz
Middle Channel 5785 MHz
High Channel 5825 MHz
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802.11n20 mode Spurious Emissions 1-26.5 GHz
Low Channel 5745 MHz
Middle Channel 5785 MHz
High Channel 5825 MHz
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802.11n20 mode Spurious Emissions 26.5-40 GHz
Low Channel 5745 MHz
Middle Channel 5785 MHz
High Channel 5825 MHz
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802.11n20 mode Spurious Emissions Band Edge
Low Channel 5745 MHz (5720-5725 MHz)
Low Channel 5745 MHz (5700-5720 MHz)
Low Channel 5745 MHz (5500-5700 MHz)
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High Channel 5825 MHz (5850-5855 MHz)
High Channel 5825 MHz (5855-5875 MHz)
High Channel 5825 MHz (5875-6000 MHz)
Note1: for below 1GHz, we used 43dBµV/m which is the limit in 88MHz – 216MHz as the limit line as worst
case to cover 30MHz – 960MHz, and there is no emission in 30MHz – 88MHz range which limit is 40dBµV/m.
We used peak detector as worst case to pass the Quasi-peak limit.
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Conducted Emission Mask
5725 - 5850 MHz
802.11a mode
Low Channel: 5745 MHz
High Channel: 5825 MHz
802.11n20 mode
Low Channel: 5745 MHz
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FCC §15.407(e) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - 6 dB & 99% Occupied Bandwidth
Applicable Standards
As per FCC §15.407(e) and ISEDC RSS-247 6.2.4(1): for equipment operating in the band 5725 – 5850 MHz,
the minimum 6 dB bandwidth of U-NII devices shall be 500 kHz.
8.2
Test Procedure
The measurements are based on FCC KDB 789033 D02 General U-NII Test Procedures New Rules v02r01: C.
Bandwidth Measurement.
8.3
Test Equipment List and Details
Manufacturer
Description
Model No.
Serial No.
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Interval
Agilent
Analyzer, Spectrum
E4446A
MY48250238
2018-05-08
1 year
RF cable
Each time1
N/A
10dB attenuator
Each time1
N/A
Note1: cable and attenuator included in the test set-up will be checked each time before testing.
Statement of Traceability: BACL Corp. attests that all of the calibrations on the equipment items listed above were
traceable to NIST or to another internationally recognized National Metrology Institute (NMI), and were compliant with
A2LA Policy P102 (dated 09 June 2016) “A2LA Policy on Metrological Traceability”.
8.4
Test Environmental Conditions
Temperature:
22-24 ºC
Relative Humidity:
40-41 %
ATM Pressure:
103.1-104.1 kPa
The testing was performed by Vincent Licata on 2018-06-29 at RF site.
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Test Results
Please refer to the following tables and plots.
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
99% OBW
(MHz)
6 dB OBW
(MHz)
802.11 a mode
149
5745
16.41
15.48
157
5785
16.40
15.48
165
5825
16.41
15.12
802.11n20 mode
149
5745
17.49
15.17
157
5785
17.50
16.05
165
5825
17.49
15.16
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99% OBW
802.11a mode
5745 MHz
5785 MHz
5825 MHz
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802.11n20 mode
5745 MHz
5785 MHz
5825 MHz
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6 dB OBW
802.11a mode
5745 MHz
5785 MHz
5825 MHz
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802.11n20 mode
5745 MHz
5785 MHz
5825 MHz
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FCC §407(a) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - Output Power
Applicable Standards
According to FCC §15.407(a):
For the band 5.725-5.85 GHz, the maximum conducted output power over the frequency band of operation shall
not exceed 1 W. In addition, the maximum power spectral density shall not exceed 30 dBm in any 500-kHz
band. If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum conducted
output power and the maximum power spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional
gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. However, fixed point-to-point U-NII devices operating in this band may
employ transmitting antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi without any corresponding reduction in
transmitter conducted power. Fixed, point-to-point operations exclude the use of point-to-multipoint systems,
omnidirectional applications, and multiple collocated transmitters transmitting the same information. The
operator of the U-NII device, or if the equipment is professionally installed, the installer, is responsible for
ensuring that systems employing high gain directional antennas are used exclusively for fixed, point-to-point
operations.
According to ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2.4 for frequency band 5725-5850 MHz:
The maximum conducted output power shall not exceed 1 W. The power spectral density shall not exceed
30 dBm in any 500 kHz band. If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the
maximum conducted output power and the power spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the
directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. However, fixed point-to-point devices operating in this band may
employ transmitting antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi without any corresponding reduction in
transmitter conducted power. Fixed point-to-point operations exclude the use of point-to-multipoint systems,
omnidirectional applications and multiple collocated transmitters transmitting the same information.
9.2
Test Procedure
The measurements are based on FCC KDB 789033 D02 General U-NII Test Procedures New Rules v02r01: E.
Maximum Conducted Output Power.
9.3
Test Equipment List and Details
Manufacturer
Description
Model No.
Serial No.
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Interval
Agilent
Analyzer, Spectrum
E4446A
MY48250238
2018-05-08
1 year
RF cable
Each time1
N/A
10dB attenuator
Each time1
N/A
Note1: cable and attenuator included in the test set-up will be checked each time before testing.
Statement of Traceability: BACL Corp. attests that all of the calibrations on the equipment items listed above were
traceable to NIST or to another internationally recognized National Metrology Institute (NMI), and were compliant with
A2LA Policy P102 (dated 09 June 2016) “A2LA Policy on Metrological Traceability”.
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Test Environmental Conditions
Temperature:
23º C
Relative Humidity:
42 %
ATM Pressure:
102.7 KPa
The testing was performed by Vincent Licata on 2018-06-29 at RF site.
9.5
Test Results
Frequency
(MHz)
5745
5785
5825
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Mode
Conducted Power
(dBm)
Limit
(dBm)
802.11a
11.78
30
802.11n20
11.77
30
802.11a
12.31
30
802.11n20
12.03
30
802.11a
12.64
30
802.11n20
12.74
30
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802.11a mode
5745 MHz
5785 MHz
5825 MHz
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802.11n20 mode
5745 MHz
5785 MHz
5825 MHz
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10 FCC §15.407(a) & ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2 - Power Spectral Density
10.1 Applicable Standards
According to FCC §15.407(a):
For the band 5.725-5.85 GHz, the maximum conducted output power over the frequency band of operation shall
not exceed 1 W. In addition, the maximum power spectral density shall not exceed 30 dBm in any 500-kHz
band. If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum conducted
output power and the maximum power spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional
gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. However, fixed point-to-point U-NII devices operating in this band may
employ transmitting antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi without any corresponding reduction in
transmitter conducted power. Fixed, point-to-point operations exclude the use of point-to-multipoint systems,
omnidirectional applications, and multiple collocated transmitters transmitting the same information. The
operator of the U-NII device, or if the equipment is professionally installed, the installer, is responsible for
ensuring that systems employing high gain directional antennas are used exclusively for fixed, point-to-point
operations.
According to ISEDC RSS-247 §6.2.4 for frequency band 5725-5850 MHz:
The maximum conducted output power shall not exceed 1 W. The power spectral density shall not exceed
30 dBm in any 500 kHz band. If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the
maximum conducted output power and the power spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the
directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. However, fixed point-to-point devices operating in this band may
employ transmitting antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi without any corresponding reduction in
transmitter conducted power. Fixed point-to-point operations exclude the use of point-to-multipoint systems,
omnidirectional applications and multiple collocated transmitters transmitting the same information.
10.2 Test Procedure
The measurements are based on FCC KDB 789033 D02 General U-NII Test Procedures New Rules v02r01: F.
Maximum Power Spectral Density (PSD).
10.3 Test Equipment List and Details
Manufacturer
Description
Model No.
Serial No.
Calibration
Date
Calibration
Interval
Agilent
Analyzer, Spectrum
E4446A
MY48250238
2018-05-08
1 year
10dB attenuator
Each time1
N/A
RF cable
Each time1
N/A
Note1: cables and attenuators included in the test set-up will be checked each time before testing.
Statement of Traceability: BACL Corp. attests that all of the calibrations on the equipment items listed above were
traceable to NIST or to another internationally recognized National Metrology Institute (NMI), and were compliant with
A2LA Policy P102 (dated 09 June 2016) “A2LA Policy on Metrological Traceability”.
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10.4 Test Environmental Conditions
Temperature:
22-24 ºC
Relative Humidity:
40-41 %
103.1-104.1 kPa
ATM Pressure:
The testing was performed by Vincent Licata on 2018-06-29 at RF site.
10.5 Test Results
Frequency
(MHz)
5745
5785
5825
Mode
Conducted PSD
(dBm/100 kHz)
Corrected
(dBm/500 kHz)
Limit
(dBm/500 kHz)
802.11a
-7.17
-0.18
30.00
802.11n20
-6.37
0.62
30.00
802.11a
-6.48
0.51
30.00
802.11n20
-7.42
-0.43
30.00
802.11a
-7.01
-0.02
30.00
802.11n20
-6.38
0.61
30.00
Note: For the 5725-5850 MHz band, the Corrected PSD (dBm/500 kHz) is equal to:
Correct PSD (dBm/500 kHz) = PSD (dBm/100 kHz) + Duty Cycle Correction (dB) + 10*log(500 kHz/100 kHz)
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802.11a mode
5745 MHz
5785 MHz
5825 MHz
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802.11n20 mode
5745 MHz
5785 MHz
5825 MHz
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11 Exhibit A - FCC & ISED Equipment Labeling Requirements
11.1 FCC ID Label Requirements
As per FCC §2.925,
(a) Each equipment covered in an application for equipment authorization shall bear a nameplate or label listing
the following:
(1) FCC Identifier consisting of the two elements in the exact order specified in §2.926. The FCC Identifier shall
be preceded by the term FCC ID in capital letters on a single line, and shall be of a type size large enough to be
legible without the aid of magnification.
Example: FCC ID: XXX123
Where: XXX—Grantee Code, 123—Equipment Product Code
As per FCC §15.19,
(a) In addition to the requirements in part 2 of this chapter, a device subject to certification, or verification shall
be labeled as follows:
(3) All other devices shall bear the following statement in a conspicuous location on the device:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
(4) Where a device is constructed in two or more sections connected by wires and marketed together, the statement
specified above is required to be affixed only to the main control unit. If the EUT is integrated within another device then a
label affixed to the host shall also state, “Contains FCC ID: XXXXXX”
(5) When the device is so small or for such use that it is not practicable to place the statement specified under paragraph (a)
of this section on it, the information required by this paragraph shall be placed in a prominent location in the instruction
manual or pamphlet supplied to the user or, alternatively, shall be placed on the container in which the device is marketed.
However, the FCC identifier or the unique identifier, as appropriate, must be displayed on the device.
11.2 IC Label Requirements
As per IC RSP-100 Section 3.1, the certification number shall appear as follows:
IC: XXXXXX-YYYYYYYY
Where:




The letters “IC:” indicate that this is an Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada’s
certification number, but they are not part of the certification number. XXXXXXYYYYYYYYYYY is
the ISED certification number.
XXXXXX is the CN assigned by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. Newly
assigned CNs will be made up of five numeric characters (e.g. “20001”) whereas existing CNs may
consist of up to five numeric characters followed by an alphabetic character (e.g. “21A” or “15589J”).
YYYYYYYYYYY is the Unique Product Number (UPN) assigned by the applicant, made up of a
maximum of 11 alphanumeric characters.
The CN and UPN are limited to capital alphabetic characters (A-Z) and numerals (0-9) only. The use of
punctuation marks or other symbols, including “wildcard” characters, is not permitted.
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The HVIN may contain punctuation marks or symbols but they shall not represent any indeterminate
(“wildcard”) characters.
As per RSS-Gen §4.1 Equipment Labeling:
The application for equipment certification shall be submitted in accordance with Industry Canada’s Radio
Standards Procedure RSP-100, Radio Equipment Certification Procedure which sets out the requirements for
certification and labelling of radio apparatus. RSP-100 shall be used in conjunction with RSS-Gen and other
Radio Standards Specifications (RSSs) specifically applicable to the type of radio apparatus for which
certification is sought.
12.3 Recommended Label Contents and Location
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12 Appendix
Please see attachments:
Annex B – EUT Test Setup Photographs
Annex C – EUT External Photographs
Annex D – EUT Internal Photographs
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13 Annex A (Informative) - A2LA Electrical Testing Certificate
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Date Submitted2018-08-10 00:00:00
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