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SAR TEST REPORT
Report Reference No. .................... :
MTE/HEG/B17081746
FCC ID. ............................................ :
XYH-RDR2500VX
Compiled by
( position+printed name+signature).. :
File administrators Chloe Cai
Supervised by
( position+printed name+signature).. :
Approved by
( position+printed name+signature).. :
Project Engineer Henry Chen
RF Manager Yvette Zhou
Date of issue ..................................... :
May 25, 2017
Representative Laboratory Name :
Address............................................. :
Most Technology Service Co., Ltd.
No.5, 2nd Langshan Road, North District, Hi-tech Industrial Park,
Nanshan, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China
The Testing and Technology Center for Industrial Products of
Shenzhen Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau
No.149,Gongye 7th Rd. Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China
Applicant’s name ............................ :
RCA Communications Systems
Address............................................. :
133 W. Market Street, Suite 227, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Address............................................. :
Testing Laboratory Name ............. :
Test specification .......................... :
Standard ........................................... :
IEEE 1528:2013
47CFR §2.1093
TRF Originator .................................. : Most Technology Service Co., Ltd.
Most Technology Service Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
This publication may be reproduced in whole or in part for non-commercial purposes as long as the Most
Technology Service Co., Ltd. as copyright owner and source of the material. Most Technology Service Co.,
Ltd. takes no responsibility for and will not assume liability for damages resulting from the reader's
interpretation of the reproduced material due to its placement and context.
Test item description .....................:
two way radio
Trade Mark ....................................... :
RCA
Manufacturer .................................... :
RCA Communications Systems
Model/Type reference....................... :
RDR2500V
Listed Models .................................. :
Ratings.............................................. :
DC 7.40V
EUT Type ......................................... :
Production Unit
Exposure category............................ :
Occupational / Controlled environment
Result................................................ :
PASS
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TEST REPORT
Test Report No. :
MTE/HEG/B17081746
May 25, 2017
Date of issue
______________________________________________________________________________________________
Equipment under Test
two way radio
Model /Type
RDR2500V
Listed Models
Applicant
RCA Communications Systems
Address
133 W. Market Street, Suite 227, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Manufacturer
RCA Communications Systems
Address
133 W. Market Street, Suite 227, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Test Result:
PASS
The test report merely corresponds to the test sample.
It is not permitted to copy extracts of these test result without the written permission of the test
laboratory.
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** Modifited History **
Revison
Revsion 1.0
Description
Initial Test Report Release
Issued Data
2017-05-25
Remark
Yvette Zhou
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Contents
1.
TEST STANDARDS
2.
SUMMARY
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.
2.6.
2.7.
General Remarks
Product Description
Summary SAR Results
Equipment under Test
EUT operation mode
TEST Configuration
EUT configuration
3.
TEST ENVIRONMENT
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
Address of the test laboratory
Test Facility
Environmental conditions
SAR Limits
Equipments Used during the Test
4.
SAR MEASUREMENTS SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
10
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.6.
4.7.
4.8.
4.9.
4.10.
SAR Measurement Set-up
DASY5 E-field Probe System
Phantoms
Device Holder
Scanning Procedure
Data Storage and Evaluation
SAR Measurement System
Dielectric Performance
System Check
Measurement Procedures
10
11
11
12
12
13
14
15
15
17
5.
TEST CONDITIONS AND RESULTS
22
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.
5.6.
5.7.
Conducted Power Results
Test reduction procedure
SAR Measurement Results
SAR Reporting Results
Measurement Uncertainty (100-300MHz)
System Check Results
SAR Test Graph Results
22
22
22
23
25
30
32
6.
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
36
6.1.
6.2.
6.3.
Probe Calibration Ceriticate
CLA150 Dipole Calibration Certificate
DAE4 Calibration Certificate
36
47
55
7.
TEST SETUP PHOTOS
59
8.
EXTERNAL PHOTOS OF THE EUT
61
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1. TEST STANDARDS
The tests were performed according to following standards:
IEEE 1528-2013 (2014-06): Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Average Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques
IEEE Std. C95-3 (2002): IEEE Recommended Practice for the Measurement of Potentially Hazardous
Electromagnetic Fields – RF and Microwave
IEEE Std. C95-1 (1992): IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio
Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz.
IEC 62209-2 (2010): Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body mounted wireless
communication devices. Human models, instrumentation, and procedures. Procedure to determine the
specific absorption rate (SAR) for wireless communication devices used in close proximity to the human body
(frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz)
KDB 865664D01v01r04 (Augest7, 2015): SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHz
KDB 865664D02v01r02 (October 23, 2015): RF Exposure Compliance Reporting and Documentation
Considerations
KDB 643646 D01 SAR Test for PTT Radios v01r03 (October 23, 2015): SAR Test Reduction Considerations
for Occupational PTT Radios
KDB 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06 (October 23, 2015): Mobile and Portable Devices RF
Exposure Procedures and Equipment Authorization Policies
2015 October TCB Workshop: SAR may be scaled if radio is tested at lower power without overheating as
invalid SAR results cannot be scaled to compensate for power droop
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2. SUMMARY
2.1. General Remarks
Date of receipt of test sample
May 10, 2017
Testing commenced on
May 17, 2017-May 22, 2017
Testing concluded on
May 25, 2017
2.2. Product Description
EUT Name
Model Number
Trade Mark
EUT function description
Power supply
two way radio
RDR2500V
RCA
Please reference user manual of this device
DC 7.40V from battery
Operation frequency range
Modulation type
RF Rated Output power
Emission type
Antenna Type
Date of Receipt
Device Type
Sample Type
Exposure category:
Test Frequency:
136 MHz – 174 MHz
4FSK(Digital),FM(Analog)
5W/0.5W
F1W/F1D(Digital),F3E( Analog)
External
2017/05/10
Portable
Prototype Unit
Occupational exposure / Controlled environment
150.1 MHz – 157.2 MHz – 162.1 MHz – 167.75 MHz – 173.4 MHz
2.3. Summary SAR Results
FCC
Mode
FM
FM
Channel
Separation
12.5KHz
12.5KHz
Frequency
(MHz)
162.10
162.10
Position
Face-held
Body-Worn
Maximum Report SAR Results (W/Kg)
100% duty cycle
50% duty cycle
1.62
0.81
5.37
2.69
2.4. Equipment under Test
Power supply system utilised
Power supply voltage
○ 120V / 60 Hz
○ 115V / 60Hz
○ 12 V DC
○ 24 V DC
● Other (specified in blank below)
DC 7.40 V
2.5. EUT operation mode
The spatial peak SAR values were assessed for VHF systems. Battery and accessories shell be specified by
the manufacturer. The EUT battery must be fully charged and checked periodically during the test to ascertain
uniform power output.
The sample enter into 100% duty cycle continuous transmit controlled by software provide by application.
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2.6. TEST Configuration
Face-Held Configuration
Face-held Configuration- per FCC KDB447498 page 22: “A test separation distance of 25 mm must be
applied for in-front-of the face SAR test exclusion and SAR measurements.”
Per FCC KDB643646 Apppendix Head SAR Test Considerations: “Passive body-worn and audio accessories
generally do not apply to the head SAR of PTT radios. Head SAR is measured with the front surface of the
radio positioned at 2.5cm parallel to a flat phantom. A phantom shell thickness of 2mm is required. When the
front of the radio has a contour or non-uniform surface with a variation of 1.0cm or more, the average distance
of such variations is used to establish the 2.5cm test separation from the phantom.
Body-worn Configuration
Body-worn measurements-per FCC KDB447498 page 22 “When body-worn accessory SAR testing is
required, the body-worn accessory requirements in section 4.2.2 should be applied. PTT two-way radios that
support held-to-ear operating mode must also be tested according to the exposure configurations required for
handsets. This generally does not apply to cellphones with PTT options that have already been tested in
more conservative configurations in applicable wireless mode for SAR compliance at 100% duty factor.”
According to KDB643646 D01 for Body SAR Test Considerations for Body-worn Accessories: Body SAR is
measured with the radio placed in a body-worn accessory, positioned against a flat phantom, representative of
the normal operating conditions expected by users and typically with a standard default audio accessory
supplied with the radio, may be designed to operate with a subset of the combinations of antennas, batteries
and body-worn accessories, when a default audio accessory does not fully support all accessory must be
selected to be the default audio accessory for body-worn accessories testing. If an alternative audio accessory
cannot be identified, body-worn accessories should be tested without any body accessories should be tested
without any audio. In general, all sides of the radio that may be positioned facing the user when using a bodyworn accessory must be considered for SAR compliance.
2.7. EUT configuration
The following peripheral devices and interface cables were connected during the measurement:
Accessory
name
Antenna
Battery
Audio
accessory
Internal
Identification
A1
B1
AC1
Model
Description
Remark
N/A
N/A
External Antenna
Intrinsically Safe Li-ion Battery
performed
performed
N/A
Audio accessory
performed
AE ID: is used to identify the test sample in the lab internally.
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3. TEST ENVIRONMENT
3.1. Address of the test laboratory
The Testing and Technology Center for Industrial Products of Shenzhen Entry-Exit Inspection and
Quarantine Bureau
No.149, Gongye 7th Rd. Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China
3.2. Test Facility
The test facility is recognized, certified, or accredited by the following organizations:
CNAS-Lab Code: L2872
3.3. Environmental conditions
During the measurement the environmental conditions were within the listed ranges:
Temperature:
18-25 ° C
Humidity:
40-65 %
Atmospheric pressure:
950-1050mbar
3.4. SAR Limits
FCC Limit (1g Tissue)
Exposure Limits
Spatial Average
(averaged over the whole body)
Spatial Peak
(averaged over any 1 g of tissue)
Spatial Peak
(hands/wrists/feet/ankles averaged over 10 g)
SAR (W/kg)
(General Population /
(Occupational /
Uncontrolled Exposure
Controlled Exposure
Environment)
Environment)
0.08
0.4
1.60
8.0
4.0
20.0
Population/Uncontrolled Environments are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individual who
have no knowledge or control of their exposure.
Occupational/Controlled Environments are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred
by people who are aware of the potential for exposure (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation).
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3.5. Equipments Used during the Test
Test Equipment
Manufacturer
Type/Model
Serial Number
Calibration
Last
Calibration
Calibration
Interval
Data Acquisition
Electronics DAEx
E-field Probe
System Validation
Dipole D450V3
SPEAG
DAE4
1315
2016/07/26
SPEAG
EX3DV4
3842
2017/02/23
SPEAG
CLA150
4019
2016/02/11
Network analyzer
Agilent
8753E
US37390562
2017/03/05
Dielectric Probe Kit
Agilent
85070E
US44020288
Power meter
Agilent
E4417A
GB41292254
2016/12/15
Power sensor
Agilent
8481H
MY41095360
2016/12/15
Power sensor
Agilent
8481H
MY41095361
2016/12/15
Signal generator
Amplifier
IFR
AR
2032
75A250
203002/100
302205
2016/10/12
2016/10/12
Note:
1) Per KDB865664D01 requirements for dipole calibration, the test laboratory has adopted three year
extended calibration interval. Each measured dipole is expected to evalute with following criteria at least
on annual interval.
a) There is no physical damage on the dipole;
b) System check with specific dipole is within 10% of calibrated values;
c) The most recent return-loss results,measued at least annually,deviates by no more than 20% from the
previous measurement;
d) The most recent measurement of the real or imaginary parts of the impedance, measured at least
annually is within 50 Ω from the provious measurement.
2) Network analyzer probe calibration against air, distilled water and a shorting block performed before
measuring liquid parameters.
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4. SAR Measurements System configuration
4.1. SAR Measurement Set-up
The DASY5 system for performing compliance tests consists of the following items:
A standard high precision 6-axis robot (Stäubli RX family) with controller and software. An arm extension for
accommodating the data acquisition electronics (DAE).
A dosimetric probe, i.e. an isotropic E-field probe optimized and calibrated for usage in tissue simulating
liquid. The probe is equipped with an optical surface detector system.
A data acquisition electronic (DAE) which performs the signal amplification, signal multiplexing, ADconversion, offset measurements, mechanical surface detection, collision detection, etc. The unit is battery
powered with standard or rechargeable batteries. The signal is optically transmitted to the EOC.
A unit to operate the optical surface detector which is connected to the EOC.
The Electro-Optical Coupler (EOC) performs the conversion from the optical into a digital electric signal of
the DAE. The EOC is connected to the DASY5 measurement server.
The DASY5 measurement server, which performs all real-time data evaluation for field measurements and
surface detection, controls robot movements and handles safety operation. A computer operating Windows
2003.
DASY5 software and SEMCAD data evaluation software.
Remote control with teach panel and additional circuitry for robot safety such as warning lamps, etc.
The generic twin phantom enabling the testing of left-hand and right-hand usage.
The device holder for handheld Mobile Phones.
Tissue simulating liquid mixed according to the given recipes.
System validation dipoles allowing validating the proper functioning of the system.
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4.2. DASY5 E-field Probe System
The SAR measurements were conducted with the dosimetric probe ES3DV3 (manufactured by SPEAG),
designed in the classical triangular configuration and optimized for dosimetric evaluation.
Probe Specification
Construction
Symmetrical design with triangular core
Interleaved sensors
Built-in shielding against static charges
PEEK enclosure material (resistant to organic solvents, e.g., DGBE)
Calibration
ISO/IEC 17025 calibration service available.
Frequency
10 MHz to 4 GHz;
Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (30 MHz to 4 GHz)
Directivity
± 0.2 dB in HSL (rotation around probe axis)
± 0.3 dB in tissue material (rotation normal to probe axis)
Dynamic Range
5 µW/g to > 100 mW/g;
Linearity: ± 0.2 dB
Dimensions
Overall length: 337 mm (Tip: 20 mm)
Tip diameter: 3.9 mm (Body: 12 mm)
Distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 2.0 mm
Application
General dosimetry up to 4 GHz
Dosimetry in strong gradient fields
Compliance tests of Mobile Phones
Compatibility
DASY3, DASY4, DASY52 SAR and higher, EASY4/MRI
Isotropic E-Field Probe
The isotropic E-Field probe has been fully calibrated and assessed for isotropicity, and boundary effect within
a controlled environment. Depending on the frequency for which the probe is calibrated the method utilized for
calibration will change.
The E-Field probe utilizes a triangular sensor arrangement as detailed in the diagram below:
4.3. Phantoms
Phantom for compliance testing of handheld andbody-mounted wireless devices in the frequency range of 30
MHz to 6 GHz. ELI isfully compatible with the IEC 62209-2 standard and all known tissuesimulating liquids.
ELI has been optimized regarding its performance and can beintegrated into our standard phantom tables. A
cover prevents evaporation ofthe liquid. Reference markings on the phantom allow installation of thecomplete
setup, including all predefined phantom positions and measurementgrids, by teaching three points. The
phantom is compatible with all SPEAGdosimetric probes and dipoles.
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ELI Phantom
4.4. Device Holder
The device was placed in the device holder (illustrated below) that is supplied by SPEAG as an integral part of
the DASY system.
The DASY device holder is designed to cope with the different positions given in the standard. It has two
scales for device rotation (with respect to the body axis) and device inclination (with respect to the line
between the ear reference points). The rotation centres for both scales are the ear reference point (ERP).
Thus the device needs no repositioning when changing the angles.
Device holder supplied by SPEAG
4.5. Scanning Procedure
The DASY5 installation includes predefined files with recommended procedures for measurements and
validation. They are read-only document files and destined as fully defined but unmeasured masks. All test
positions (head or body-worn) are tested with the same configuration of test steps differing only in the grid
definition for the different test positions.
The “reference” and “drift” measurements are located at the beginning and end of the batch process. They
measure the field drift at one single point in the liquid over the complete procedure. The indicated drift is
mainly the variation of the DUT’s output power and should vary maximum ±5%.
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The “surface check” measurement tests the optical surface detection system of the DASY5 system by
repeatedly detecting the surface with the optical and mechanical surface detector and comparing the results.
The output gives the detecting heights of both systems, the difference between the two systems and the
standard deviation of the detection repeatability. Air bubbles or refraction in the liquid due to separation of the
sugar-water mixture gives poor repeatability (above ± 0.1mm). To prevent wrong results tests are only
executed when the liquid is free of air bubbles. The difference between the optical surface detection and the
actual surface depends on the probe and is specified with each probe (It does not depend on the surface
reflectivity or the probe angle to the surface within ± 30°.)
Area Scan
The Area Scan is used as a fast scan in two dimensions to find the area of high field values before running a
detailed measurement around the hot spot.Before starting the area scan a grid spacing of 15 mm x 15 mm is
set. During the scan the distance of the probe to the phantom remains unchanged. After finishing area scan,
the field maxima within a range of 2 dB will be ascertained.
Zoom Scan
Zoom Scans are used to estimate the peak spatial SAR values within a cubic averaging volume containing 1 g
and 10 g of simulated tissue. The default Zoom Scan is done by 7x7x7 points within a cube whose base is
centered on the maxima found in the preceding area scan.
Spatial Peak Detection
The procedure for spatial peak SAR evaluation has been implemented and can determine values of massesof
1g and 10g, as well as for user-specific masses.The DASY5 system allows evaluations that combine
measured data and robot positions, such as: • maximum search • extrapolation • boundary correction • peak
search for averaged SAR During a maximum search, global and local maxima searches are automatically
performed in 2-D after each Area Scan measurement with at least 6 measurement points. It is based on the
evaluation of the local SAR gradient calculated by the Quadratic Shepard’s method. The algorithm will find the
global maximum and all local maxima within -2 dB of the global maxima for all SAR distributions.
Extrapolation routines are used to obtain SAR values between the lowest measurement points and the inner
phantom surface. The extrapolation distance is determined by the surface detection distance and the probe
sensor offset. Several measurements at different distances are necessary for the extrapolation. Extrapolation
routines require at least 10 measurement points in 3-D space. They are used in the Zoom Scan to obtain SAR
values between the lowest measurement points and the inner phantom surface. The routine uses the modified
Quadratic Shepard’s method for extrapolation. For a grid using 7x7x7 measurement points with 5mm
resolution amounting to 343 measurement points, the uncertainty of the extrapolation routines is less than 1%
for 1g and 10g cubes.
A Z-axis scan measures the total SAR value at the x-and y-position of the maximum SAR value found during
the cube 7x7x7 scan. The probe is moved away in z-direction from the bottom of the SAM phantom in 5mm
steps.
4.6. Data Storage and Evaluation
Data Storage
The DASY5 software stores the acquired data from the data acquisition electronics as raw data (in microvolt
readings from the probe sensors), together with all necessary software parameters for the data evaluation
(probe calibration data, liquid parameters and device frequency and modulation data) in measurement files
with the extension “.DA4”. The software evaluates the desired unit and format for output each time the data is
visualized or exported. This allows verification of the complete software setup even after the measurement
and allows correction of incorrect parameter settings. For example, if a measurement has been performed
with a wrong crest factor parameter in the device setup, the parameter can be corrected afterwards and the
data can be re-evaluated.
The measured data can be visualized or exported in different units or formats, depending on the selected
probe type ([V/m], [A/m], [°C], [mW/g], [mW/cm²], [dBrel], etc.). Some of these units are not available in certain
situations or show meaningless results, e.g., a SAR output in a lossless media will always be zero. Raw data
can also be exported to perform the evaluation with other software packages.
Data Evaluation
The SEMCAD software automatically executes the following procedures to calculate the field units from the
microvolt readings at the probe connector. The parameters used in the evaluation are stored in the
configuration modules of the software:
Probe parameters: - Sensitivity
- Conversion factor
- Diode compression point
Normi, ai0, ai1, ai2
ConvFi
Dcpi
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- Crest factor
Media parameters: - Conductivity
- Density
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cf
σ
ρ
These parameters must be set correctly in the software. They can be found in the component documents or
they can be imported into the software from the configuration files issued for the DASY5 components. In the
direct measuring mode of the multimeter option, the parameters of the actual system setup are used. In the
scan visualization and export modes, the parameters stored in the corresponding document files are used.
The first step of the evaluation is a linearization of the filtered input signal to account for the compression
characteristics of the detector diode. The compensation depends on the input signal, the diode type and the
DC-transmission factor from the diode to the evaluation electronics. If the exciting field is pulsed, the crest
factor of the signal must be known to correctly compensate for peak power. The formula for each channel can
be given as:
With Vi = compensated signal of channel i
Ui = input signal of channel i
cf = crest factor of exciting field
dcpi = diode compression point
( i = x, y, z )
( i = x, y, z )
(DASY parameter)
(DASY parameter)
From the compensated input signals the primary field data for each channel can be evaluated:
With
Vi
Normi
= compensated signal of channel i
(i = x, y, z)
= sensor sensitivity of channel i
(i = x, y, z)
[mV/(V/m)2] for E-field Probes
ConvF = sensitivity enhancement in solution
aij
= sensor sensitivity factors for H-field probes
= carrier frequency [GHz]
Ei
= electric field strength of channel i in V/m
Hi
= magnetic field strength of channel i in A/m
The RSS value of the field components gives the total field strength (Hermitian magnitude):
The primary field data are used to calculate the derived field units.
with
SAR
Etot
σ
ρ
= local specific absorption rate in mW/g
= total field strength in V/m
= conductivity in [mho/m] or [Siemens/m]
= equivalent tissue density in g/cm3
Note that the density is normally set to 1 (or 1.06), to account for actual brain density rather than the density
of the simulation liquid.
4.7. SAR Measurement System
The SAR measurement system being used is the DASY5 system, the system is controlled remotely from a PC,
which contains the software to control the robot and data acquisition equipment. The software also displays
the data obtained from test scans.
In operation, the system first does an area (2D) scan at a fixed depth within the liquid from the inside wall of
the phantom. When the maximum SAR point has been found, the system will then carry out a 3D scan
centred at that point to determine volume averaged SAR level.
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4.7.1 Tissue Dielectric Parameters for Head and Body Phantoms
The liquid is consisted of water,salt,Glycol,Sugar,Preventol and Cellulose.The liquid has previously been
proven to be suited for worst-case. It’s satisfying the latest tissue dielectric parameters requirements proposed
by the KDB865664.
Target Frequency
Head
Body
(MHz)
εr
σ(S/m)
εr
σ(S/m)
150
52.3
0.76
61.9
0.80
300
45.3
0.87
58.2
0.92
450
43.5
0.87
56.7
0.94
835
41.5
0.90
55.2
0.97
900
41.5
0.97
55.0
1.05
915
41.5
0.98
55.0
1.06
1450
40.5
1.20
54.0
1.30
1610
40.3
1.29
53.8
1.40
1800-2000
40.0
1.40
53.3
1.52
2450
39.2
1.80
52.7
1.95
3000
38.5
2.40
52.0
2.73
5800
35.3
5.27
48.2
6.00
(εr = relative permittivity, σ = conductivity and ρ = 1000 kg/m3)
4.8. Dielectric Performance
Dielectric performance of Head and Body tissue simulating liquid.
Composition of the Head Tissue Equivalent Matter
Mixture %
Frequency 150MHz
Water
38.36
Sugar
55.42
Salt
5.11
Preventol
0.10
Cellulose
1.07
Dielectric Parameters Target Value
f=150MHz εr=52.3 σ=0.76
Composition of the Body Tissue Equivalent Matter
Mixture %
Frequency 150MHz
Water
46.22
Sugar
49.78
Salt
3.07
Preventol
0.10
Cellulose
0.47
Dielectric Parameters Target Value
f=150MHz εr=61.9 σ=0.80
Tissue
Type
Measured
Frequency
(MHz)
150H
150B
Target Tissue
Measured Tissue
Dev.
σ
Dev.
εr
σ
εr
150
52.30
0.76
53.10
1.53%
0.78
2.63%
150
61.90
0.80
63.30
2.26%
0.83
3.75%
Liquid
Temp.
22.2
degree
22.2
degree
Test Data
2017-05-17
2017-05-20
4.9. System Check
The purpose of the system check is to verify that the system operates within its specifications at the decice
test frequency.The system check is simple check of repeatability to make sure that the system works correctly
at the time of the compliance test;
System check results have to be equal or near the values determined during dipole calibration with the
relevant liquids and test system (±10 %).
System check is performed regularly on all frequency bands where tests are performed with the DASY5
system.
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The output power on dipole port must be calibrated to 30 dBm (1000mW) before dipole is connected.
Justification for Extended SAR Dipole Calibrations
Referring to KDB 865664D01V01r04, if dipoles are verified in return loss (<-20dB, within 20% of prior
calibration), and in impedance (within 5 ohm of prior calibration), the annual calibration is not necessary and
the calibration interval can be extended. While calibration intervals not exceed 3 years.
Freq
Test Date
150MHz
2017/05/17
Freq
Test Date
150MHz
2017/05/20
System Check in Head Tissue Simulating Liquid
Dielectric
1000mW
1W Normalized
1W Target
Parameters
Measured
Temp
SAR1g SAR10g SAR1g SAR10g SAR1g SAR10g
εr
σ(s/m)
53.10
0.78
22.2
3.74
2.44
3.74
2.44
3.79
2.52
Limit (±10%
Deviation)
SAR1g
SAR10g
-1.32%
0.00%
System Check in Body Tissue Simulating Liquid
Dielectric
1000mW
1W Normalized
1W Target
Parameters
Measured
Temp
SAR1g SAR10g SAR1g SAR10g SAR1g SAR10g
εr
σ(s/m)
63.30
0.83
22.2
3.86
2.52
3.86
2.52
3.89
2.59
Limit (±10%
Deviation)
SAR1g
SAR10g
-0.77%
-2.70%
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4.10. Measurement Procedures
Tests to be performed
In order to determine the highest value of the peak spatial-average SAR of a handset, all device positions,
configurations and operational modes shall be tested for each frequency band according to steps 1 to 3 below.
A flowchart of the test process is shown in Picture 11
Step 1: The tests described in 11.2 shall be performed at the channel that is closest to the centre of the
transmit frequency band (fc) for:
a) all device positions (cheek and tilt, for both left and right sides of the SAM phantom, as described in
Chapter 8),
b) all configurations for each device position in a), e.g., antenna extended and retracted, and
c) all operational modes, e.g., analogue and digital, for each device position in a) and configuration in b) in
each frequency band.
d) If more than three frequencies need to be tested according to 11.1 (i.e., Nc > 3), then all frequencies,
configurations and modes shall be tested for all of the above test conditions.
Step 2: For the condition providing highest peak spatial-average SAR determined in Step 1, perform all tests
described in 11.2 at all other test frequencies, i.e., lowest and highest frequencies. In addition, for all other
conditions (device position, configuration and operational mode) where the peak spatial-average SAR value
determined in Step 1 is within 3 dB of the applicable SAR limit, it is recommended that all other test
frequencies shall be tested as well.
Step 3: Examine all data to determine the highest value of the peak spatial-average SAR found in Steps 1 to 2.
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Picture 12 Block diagram of the tests to be performed
Measurement procedure
The following procedure shall be performed for each of the test conditions (see Picture 11) described in 11.1:
a) Measure the local SAR at a test point within 8 mm or less in the normal direction from the inner surface of
the phantom.
b) Measure the two-dimensional SAR distribution within the phantom (area scan procedure). The boundary
of the measurement area shall not be closer than 20 mm from the phantom side walls. The distance
between the measurement points should enable the detection of the location of local maximum with an
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accuracy of better than half the linear dimension of the tissue cube after interpolation. A maximum grip
spacing of 20 mm for frequencies below 3 GHz and (60/f [GHz]) mm for frequencies of 3GHz and greater
is recommended. The maximum distance between the geometrical centre of the probe detectors and the
inner surface of the phantom shall be 5 mm for frequencies below 3 GHz andδIn(2)/2 mm for frequencies
of 3 GHz and greater, whereδis the plane wave skin depth and In(x) is the natural logarithm. The
maximum variation of the sensor-phantom surface shall be ±1 mm for frequencies below 3 GHz and ±0.5
mm for frequencies of 3 GHz and greater. At all measurement points the angle of the probe with respect
to the line normal to the surface should be less than 5°. If this cannot be achieved for a measurement
distance to the phantom inner surface shorter than the probe diameter, additional measurement distance
to the phantom inner surface shorter than the probe diameter, additional
c) From the scanned SAR distribution, identify the position of the maximum SAR value, in addition identify
the positions of any local maxima with SAR values within 2 dB of the maximum value that are not within
the zoom-scan volume; additional peaks shall be measured only when the primary peak is within 2 dB of
the SAR limit. This is consistent with the 2 dB threshold already stated;
d) Measure the three-dimensional SAR distribution at the local maxima locations identified in step
e) The horizontal grid step shall be (24 / f[GHz] ) mm or less but not more than 8 mm. The minimum zoom
size of 30 mm by 30 mm and 30 mm for frequencies below 3 GHz. For higher frequencies, the minimum
zoom size of 22 mm by 22 mm and 22 mm. The grip step in the vertical direction shall be ( 8-f[GHz] ) mm
or less but not more than 5 mm, if uniform spacing is used. If variable spacing is used in the vertical
direction, the maximum spacing between the two closest measured points to the phantom shell shall be
(12 / f[GHz]) mm or less but not more than 4 mm, and the spacing between father points shall increase by
an incremental factor not exceeding 1.5. When variable spacing is used, extrapolation routines shall be
tested with the same spacing as used in measurements. The maximum distance between the geometrical
centre of the probe detectors and the inner surface of the phantom shall be 5 mm for frequencies below 3
GHz and δIn(2)/2 mm for frequencies of 3 GHz and greater, where δis the plane wave skin depth and In(x)
is the natural logarithm. Separate grids shall be centered on each of the local SAR maxima found in step
c). Uncertainties due to field distortion between the media boundary and the dielectric enclosure of the
probe should also be minimized, which is achieved is the distance between the phantom surface and
physical tip of the probe is larger than probe tip diameter. Other methods may utilize correction
procedures for these boundary effects that enable high precision measurements closer than half the
probe diameter. For all measurement points, the angle of the probe with respect to the flat phantom
surface shall be less than 5. If this cannot be achieved an additional uncertainty evaluation is needed.
f) Use post processing( e.g. interpolation and extrapolation ) procedures to determine the local SAR values
at the spatial resolution needed for mass averaging.
Measurement procedure
The following procedure shall be performed for each of the test conditions (see Picture 11) described in 11.1:
g) Measure the local SAR at a test point within 8 mm or less in the normal direction from the inner surface of
the phantom.
h) Measure the two-dimensional SAR distribution within the phantom (area scan procedure). The boundary
of the measurement area shall not be closer than 20 mm from the phantom side walls. The distance
between the measurement points should enable the detection of the location of local maximum with an
accuracy of better than half the linear dimension of the tissue cube after interpolation. A maximum grip
spacing of 20 mm for frequencies below 3 GHz and (60/f [GHz]) mm for frequencies of 3GHz and greater
is recommended. The maximum distance between the geometrical centre of the probe detectors and the
inner surface of the phantom shall be 5 mm for frequencies below 3 GHz andδIn(2)/2 mm for frequencies
of 3 GHz and greater, whereδis the plane wave skin depth and In(x) is the natural logarithm. The
maximum variation of the sensor-phantom surface shall be ±1 mm for frequencies below 3 GHz and ±0.5
mm for frequencies of 3 GHz and greater. At all measurement points the angle of the probe with respect
to the line normal to the surface should be less than 5°. If this cannot be achieved for a measurement
distance to the phantom inner surface shorter than the probe diameter, additional measurement distance
to the phantom inner surface shorter than the probe diameter, additional
i) From the scanned SAR distribution, identify the position of the maximum SAR value, in addition identify
the positions of any local maxima with SAR values within 2 dB of the maximum value that are not within
the zoom-scan volume; additional peaks shall be measured only when the primary peak is within 2 dB of
the SAR limit. This is consistent with the 2 dB threshold already stated;
j) Measure the three-dimensional SAR distribution at the local maxima locations identified in step
k) The horizontal grid step shall be (24 / f[GHz] ) mm or less but not more than 8 mm. The minimum zoom
size of 30 mm by 30 mm and 30 mm for frequencies below 3 GHz. For higher frequencies, the minimum
zoom size of 22 mm by 22 mm and 22 mm. The grip step in the vertical direction shall be ( 8-f[GHz] ) mm
or less but not more than 5 mm, if uniform spacing is used. If variable spacing is used in the vertical
direction, the maximum spacing between the two closest measured points to the phantom shell shall be
(12 / f[GHz]) mm or less but not more than 4 mm, and the spacing between father points shall increase by
an incremental factor not exceeding 1.5. When variable spacing is used, extrapolation routines shall be
tested with the same spacing as used in measurements. The maximum distance between the geometrical
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centre of the probe detectors and the inner surface of the phantom shall be 5 mm for frequencies below 3
GHz and δIn(2)/2 mm for frequencies of 3 GHz and greater, where δis the plane wave skin depth and In(x)
is the natural logarithm. Separate grids shall be centered on each of the local SAR maxima found in step
c). Uncertainties due to field distortion between the media boundary and the dielectric enclosure of the
probe should also be minimized, which is achieved is the distance between the phantom surface and
physical tip of the probe is larger than probe tip diameter. Other methods may utilize correction
procedures for these boundary effects that enable high precision measurements closer than half the
probe diameter. For all measurement points, the angle of the probe with respect to the flat phantom
surface shall be less than 5. If this cannot be achieved an additional uncertainty evaluation is needed.
Use post processing( e.g. interpolation and extrapolation ) procedures to determine the local SAR values
at the spatial resolution needed for mass averaging.
Power Drift
To control the output power stability during the SAR test, DASY5 system calculates the power drift by
measuring the E-field at the same location at the beginning and at the end of the measurement for each test
position. These drift values can be found in Table 2 to Table 6 labeled as: (Power Drift [dB]). This ensures that
the power drift during one measurement is within 5%.
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5. TEST CONDITIONS AND RESULTS
5.1. Conducted Power Results
According KDB 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06 Section 4.1 2) states that “Unless it is
specified differently in the published RF exposure KDB procedures, these requirements also apply to test
reduction and test exclusion considerations. Time-averaged maximum conducted output power applies to
SAR and, as required by § 2.1091(c), time-averaged ERP applies to MPE. When an antenna port is not
available on the device to support conducted power measurement, such as FRS and certain Part 15
transmitters with built-in integral antennas, the maximum output power allowed for production units should be
used to determine RF exposure test exclusion and compliance.”
SAR may be scaled if radio is tested at lower power without overheating as invalid SAR results cannot be
scaled to compensate for power droop according to October 2015 TCB Workshop.
Modulation
Type
Channel
Separation
Analog/FM
12.5KHz
Digital/4FSK
12.5KHz
Test
Channel
Test
Frequency
Ch1
Ch2
Ch3
Ch4
Ch5
Ch6
Ch7
Ch8
Ch9
Ch10
150.10 MHz
157.20 MHz
162.10 MHz
167.75 MHz
173.40 MHz
150.10 MHz
157.20 MHz
162.10 MHz
167.75 MHz
173.40 MHz
Average Transmitter Power
Rated High power level Rated Lower power level
(dBm)
(Watts)
(dBm)
(Watts)
36.47
4.44
26.08
0.41
36.51
4.48
26.55
0.45
36.53
4.50
26.72
0.47
36.13
4.10
26.79
0.48
36.05
4.03
26.81
0.48
36.73
4.71
26.84
0.48
36.78
4.76
26.89
0.49
36.91
4.91
26.90
0.49
36.91
4.91
26.87
0.49
36.93
4.93
26.83
0.48
Note:
1. The high power level and lower power level adjust by software, without any modification for hardware.
5.2. Test reduction procedure
The calculated 1-g and 10-g average SAR results indicated as “Max Calc. SAR1-g” and “Max Calc. SAR10-g”
in the data Tables is scaling the measured SAR to account for power levelling variations and power slump.
The adjusted 1-g and 10-g average SAR results indicated as “SAR1-g_Adju” and “SAR10-g_Adju” in the data
Tables is scaling the measured SAR in lower power to account for the same frequency high power levelling.
A Table and graph of output power versus time is provided.
For this device the “Max Calc. 1g-SAR” and “Max Calc.10g-SAR” are scaled using the following formula:
Max_Calc = SAR_Adju*DC*(P_max/P_cond)
P_max = highest power including turn up tolerance (W)
P_cond_high = highest power in conduct measured (W)
DC = Transmission mode Duty Cycle in % where applicable 50% duty cycle is applied for PTT operation
SAR_adju = Adjust 1-g and 10-g Average SAR from measured SAR (W/kg)
SAR_Adju = SAR_meas * (P_cond_high/P_cond_low)
P_cond_high = highest power at high power level (W)
P_cond_low = values of highest power frequency rated low power level (W)
5.3. SAR Measurement Results
5.3.1 LMR Assessment at the Head for 150.05-173.4 MHz Band
BatteryB1was selected as the default battery for assessment at the Head and Body because it is only battery
(refer to external photos for battery illustration). The default battery was used during conducted power
measurements for all test channels in listed in Table 5. The channel with the highest conducted power will be
identified as the default channel per KDB 643646 (SAR Test for PTT Radios). We tested highest power
channel in lower power in order to meet power drift refer to according to October 2015 TCB Workshop, we
adjusted measured SAR values in lower power to highest power; SAR plots of the highest results are
presented in SAR measurement results according to KDB 865664D02;
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Table 6
Test Frequency
Channel
MHz
Ch1
Ch2
Ch3
Ch4
Ch5
Ch6
Ch7
Ch8
Ch9
Ch10
150.10
157.20
162.10
167.75
173.40
150.10
157.20
162.10
167.75
173.40
Mode
P_cond_high
(W)
P_cond_low
(W)
FM
FM
FM
FM
FM
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4.44
4.48
4.50
4.10
4.03
4.71
4.76
4.91
4.91
4.93
0.36
0.45
0.47
0.48
0.48
0.48
0.49
0.49
0.49
0.48
Carry
Accessory
Audio
Accessory
Front
Surface
Spacing
(mm)
SAR_meas.
(W/kg)
Power
Drift
(dB)
Scaling
Factor
SAR_adju
(W/kg)
B1
n/a
25
0.153
-0.15
9.57
1.46
B1
n/a
25
0.091
-0.11
10.02
0.912
Antenna Distance (mm)
Antenna Type
Separation Distance (mm)
@ antenna’s base
28.7
@ front surface of the EUT
25.0
A1
@ antenna’s tip
30.3
5.3.2 LMR Assessment at the Body worn for Body with AC1 for 150.05-173.4 MHz Band
DUT assessment with offered antennas, default battery (B1) and, default audio accessory (AC1) per KDB
643646. The default battery was used during conducted power measurements for all test channels in listed in
Table 5. The channel with the highest conducted power will be identified as the default channel per KDB
643646 (SAR Test for PTT Radios). We tested highest power channel in lower power in order to meet power
drift refer to according to October 2015 TCB Workshop, we adjusted measured SAR values in lower power to
highest power; SAR plots of the highest results are presented in SAR measurement results according to KDB
865664D02;
Table 7
Test Frequency
Channel
MHz
Ch1
Ch2
Ch3
Ch4
Ch5
Ch6
Ch7
Ch8
Ch9
Ch10
150.10
157.20
162.10
167.75
173.40
150.10
157.20
162.10
167.75
173.40
Mode
P_cond_high
(W)
P_cond_low
(W)
FM
FM
FM
FM
FM
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4.44
4.48
4.50
4.10
4.03
4.71
4.76
4.91
4.91
4.93
0.36
0.45
0.47
0.48
0.48
0.48
0.49
0.49
0.49
0.48
Carry
Accessory
Audio
Accessory
Bottom
Surface
Spacing
(mm)
SAR_meas.
(W/kg)
Power
Drift
(dB)
Scaling
Factor
SAR_adju
(W/kg)
B1
AC1
0.506
-0.17
9.57
4.84
B1
AC1
0.273
-0.16
10.02
2.74
Antenna Distance (mm)
Antenna Type
A1
@ Bottom surface of the EUT
Separation Distance (mm)
@ antenna’s base
5.6
@ antenna’s tip
6.4
5.4. SAR Reporting Results
These are not actual measurement SAR values, measurement SAR values taken from Section 5.3 SAR
Measurement Results; we also take Section 5.2 formula to calculate maximum report SAR in 50% duty cycle.
Max_Calc = SAR_Adju*DC*(P_max/P_cond)
P_max = highest power including turn up tolerance (W)
P_cond_high = highest power in conduct measured (W)
DC = Transmission mode Duty Cycle in % where applicable 50% duty cycle is applied for PTT operation
SAR_adju = Adjust 1-g and 10-g Average SAR from measured SAR (W/kg)
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5.4.1 LMR Assessment at the Head for 150.05-173.4 MHz Band
Table 10
Test Frequency
Channel
MHz
Ch1
Ch2
Ch3
Ch4
Ch5
Ch6
Ch7
Ch8
Ch9
Ch10
150.10
157.20
162.10
167.75
173.40
150.10
157.20
162.10
167.75
173.40
Mode
P_cond_high
(W)
P_max
FM
FM
FM
FM
FM
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4.44
4.48
4.50
4.10
4.03
4.71
4.76
4.91
4.91
4.93
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
Carry
Accessory
Audio
Accessory
Front
Surface
Spacing
(mm)
SAR_adju
(W/kg)
Power
Drift
(dB)
Scaling
Factor
Max
Calc.
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Plot
A1
n/a
25
1.46
-0.15
1.11
0.81
A1
n/a
25
0.912
-0.11
1.02
0.47
Antenna Distance (mm)
Antenna Type
@ front surface of the EUT
25.0
A1
Separation Distance (mm)
@ antenna’s base
28.7
@ antenna’s tip
30.3
5.4.2 LMR Assessment at the Body worn for Body with AC1 for 150.05-173.4 MHz Band
Table 11
Test Frequency
Channel
MHz
Ch1
Ch2
Ch3
Ch4
Ch5
Ch6
Ch7
Ch8
Ch9
Ch10
150.10
157.20
162.10
167.75
173.40
150.10
157.20
162.10
167.75
173.40
Mode
P_cond_high
(W)
P_max
FM
FM
FM
FM
FM
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4FSK
4.44
4.48
4.50
4.10
4.03
4.71
4.76
4.91
4.91
4.93
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
Carry
Accessory
Audio
Accessory
A1
AC1
A1
AC1
Bottom
Surface
Spacing
(mm)
SAR_adju
(W/kg)
Power
Drift
(dB)
Scaling
Factor
Max
Calc.
SAR1-g
(W/kg)
Plot
4.84
-0.17
1.11
2.69
2.74
-0.16
1.02
1.40
Antenna Distance (mm)
Antenna Type
A1
@ Bottom surface of the EUT
Separation Distance (mm)
@ antenna’s base
5.6
@ antenna’s tip
6.4
Note:
1. Passive body-worn and audio accessories generally do not apply to the head SAR of PTT radios. Head
SAR is measured with the front surface of the radio positioned at 2.5 cm parallel to a flat phantom. A
phantom shell thickness of 2 mm is required. When the front of the radio has a contour or non-uniform
surface with a variation of 1.0 cm or more, the average distance of such variations is used to establish the
2.5 cm test separation from the phantom.
2. Testing antennas with the default battery:
A. Start by testing a PTT radio with a standard battery (default battery) that is supplied with the radio to
measure the head SAR of each antenna on the highest output power channel, according to the test
channels required by the number-of-test-channels formula in KDB Publication 447498 D01 and in the
frequency range covered by each antenna within the operating frequency bands of the radio. When
multiple standard batteries are supplied with a radio, the battery with the highest capacity is
considered the default battery for making head SAR measurements.
I)
When the head SAR of an antenna tested in A) is:
a). ≤ 3.5 W/kg, testing of all other required channels is not necessary for that antenna
b). > 3.5 W/kg and ≤ 4.0 W/kg, testing of the required immediately adjacent channel(s) is not
necessary; testing of the other required channels may still be required
c). > 4.0 W/kg and ≤ 6.0 W/kg, head SAR should be measured for that antenna on the
required immediately adjacent channels; testing of the other required channels still needs
consideration.
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d). > 6.0 W/kg, test all required channels for that antenna
e). for the remaining channels that cannot be excluded in b) and c), which still require
consideration, the 3.5 W/kg exclusion in a) and 4.0 W/kg exclusion in b) may be applied
recursively with respect to the highest output power channel among the remaining channels;
measure the SAR for the remaining channels that cannot be excluded
i) if an immediately adjacent channel measured in c) or a remaining channel measured in e)
is > 6.0 W/kg, test all required channels for that antenna.
3. Testing antennas with additional batteries:
A. Based on the SAR distributions measured in 1), for antennas of the same type and construction
operating within the same device frequency band, if the frequency range of an antenna (A) is fully
within the frequency range of another antenna (B) and the highest SAR for antenna (A) is either ≤ 4.0
W/kg or ≤ 6.0 W/kg and it is at least 25% lower than the highest SAR measured for antenna (B)
within the device operating frequency band, further head SAR tests with additional batteries for
antenna (A) are not necessary. Justifications for antenna similarities must be clearly explained in the
SAR report.
B. When the SAR for all antennas tested using the default battery in 1) are ≤ 4.0 W/kg, test additional
batteries using the antenna and channel configuration that resulted in the highest SAR among all
antennas tested in 1). Testing of additional batteries in combination with the remaining antennas is
unnecessary.
I)
When the SAR measured with an additional battery in B) is > 6.0 W/kg, test that additional
battery on the highest SAR channel of each antenna measured in 1)
a). if the SAR measured in I) is > 6.0 W/kg, test that additional battery and antenna
combination(s) on the required immediately adjacent channels
i) if the SAR measured in I) or a) is > 7.0 W/kg, test all required channels for the antenna and
battery combination(s).
C. When the SAR for at least one of the antennas tested in 1) with the default battery is > 4.0 W/kg:
I)
An antenna tested in 1) with highest SAR ≤ 4.0 W/kg does not need to be tested for
additional batteries.
II)
When the highest SAR of an antenna tested in 1) is > 4.0 W/kg and ≤ 6.0 W/kg, test
additional batteries on the channel that resulted in the highest SAR for that antenna in 1).
III)
When the SAR of an antenna tested in 1) or in 2) C) II) is > 6.0 W/kg, test that battery and
antenna combination on the required immediately adjacent channels
a) if the SAR measured in III) is > 7.0 W/kg, test that battery and antenna combination on all
required channels
5.5. Measurement Uncertainty (100-300MHz)
According to IEC62209-1/IEEE 1528:2013
No.
Error
Description
Measurement System
Probe
calibration
Axial
isotropy
Hemispherical
isotropy
Boundary
Effects
Probe
Linearity
Detection limit
RF ambient
conditionsnoise
RF ambient
conditionsreflection
Response
time
Type
Uncertainty
Value
Probably
Distribution
Div.
(Ci)
1g
(Ci)
10g
Std.
Unc.
(1g)
Std.
Unc.
(10g)
Degree
of
freedom
5.50%
5.50%
5.50%
∞
4.70%
0.7
0.7
1.90%
1.90%
∞
9.60%
0.7
0.7
3.90%
3.90%
∞
1.00%
0.60%
0.60%
∞
4.70%
2.70%
2.70%
∞
1.00%
0.60%
0.60%
∞
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
∞
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
∞
0.80%
0.50%
0.50%
∞
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Integration
time
RF
11
ambient
Probe
positioned
12
mech.
restrictions
Probe
positioning
13
with respect
to phantom
shell
Max.SAR
14
evalation
Test Sample Related
Test sample
15
positioning
Device holder
16
uncertainty
Drift of output
17
power
Phantom and Set-up
Phantom
18
uncertainty
Liquid
19
conductivity
(target)
Liquid
20
conductivity
(meas.)
Liquid
21
permittivity
(target)
Liquid
22
cpermittivity
(meas.)
22
Combined
standard
ci2ui2
uc 
uncertainty
i 1
Expanded
uncertainty
(confidence
ue  2uc
interval of
95 %)
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5.00%
2.90%
2.90%
∞
3.00%
1.70%
1.70%
∞
0.40%
0.20%
0.20%
∞
2.90%
1.70%
1.70%
∞
3.90%
2.30%
2.30%
∞
1.86%
1.86%
1.86%
∞
1.70%
1.70%
1.70%
∞
5.00%
2.90%
2.90%
∞
4.00%
2.30%
2.30%
∞
5.00%
0.64
0.43
1.80%
1.20%
∞
0.50%
0.64
0.43
0.32%
0.26%
∞
5.00%
0.64
0.43
1.80%
1.20%
∞
0.16%
0.64
0.43
0.10%
0.07%
∞
10.20%
10.00%
∞
K=2
20.40%
20.00%
∞

According to IEC62209-2/2010
No.
Error
Description
Measurement System
Probe
calibration
Axial
isotropy
Hemispherical
isotropy
Boundary
Effects
Probe
Linearity
Detection limit
Type
Uncertainty
Value
Probably
Distribution
Div.
(Ci)
1g
(Ci)
10g
Std.
Unc.
(1g)
Std.
Unc.
(10g)
Degree
of
freedom
6.20%
6.20%
6.20%
∞
4.70%
0.7
0.7
1.90%
1.90%
∞
9.60%
0.7
0.7
3.90%
3.90%
∞
2.00%
1.20%
1.20%
∞
4.70%
2.70%
2.70%
∞
1.00%
0.60%
0.60%
∞
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RF ambient
conditionsnoise
RF ambient
conditionsreflection
Response
time
Integration
10
time
RF
11
Ambient
Probe
positioned
12
mech.
restrictions
Probe
positioning
13
with respect
to phantom
shell
Max.SAR
14
Evalation
Modulation
15
Response
Test Sample Related
Test sample
16
positioning
Device holder
17
uncertainty
Drift of output
18
power
Phantom and Set-up
Phantom
19
uncertainty
SAR
20
correction
Liquid
21
conductivity
(target)
Liquid
22
conductivity
(meas.)
Liquid
23
permittivity
(target)
Liquid
24
cpermittivity
(meas.)
Temp.Unc.25
Conductivity
Temp.Unc.26
Permittivity
22
Combined
standard
ci2ui2
uc 
uncertainty
i 1
Expanded
uncertainty
(confidence
ue  2uc
interval of
95 %)
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0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
∞
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
∞
0.80%
0.50%
0.50%
∞
5.00%
2.90%
2.90%
∞
3.00%
1.70%
1.70%
∞
0.80%
0.50%
0.50%
∞
6.70%
3.90%
3.90%
∞
3.90%
2.30%
2.30%
∞
2.40%
1.40%
1.40%
∞
1.86%
1.86%
1.86%
∞
1.70%
1.70%
1.70%
∞
5.00%
2.90%
2.90%
∞
6.10%
3.50%
3.50%
∞
1.90%
0.84
1.11%
0.90%
∞
5.00%
0.64
0.43
1.80%
1.20%
∞
0.50%
0.64
0.43
0.32%
0.26%
∞
5.00%
0.64
0.43
1.80%
1.20%
∞
0.16%
0.64
0.43
0.10%
0.07%
∞
3.40%
0.78
0.71
1.50%
1.40%
∞
0.40%
0.23
0.26
0.10%
0.10%
∞
12.90%
12.70%
∞
K=2
25.80%
25.40%
∞
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According to IEC62209-2/2010
No.
Error
Description
Measurement System
Probe
calibration
Axial
isotropy
Hemispherical
isotropy
Boundary
Effects
Probe
Linearity
Detection limit
RF ambient
conditionsnoise
RF ambient
conditionsreflection
Response
time
Integration
10
time
RF
11
Ambient
Probe
positioned
12
mech.
restrictions
Probe
positioning
13
with respect
to phantom
shell
Max.SAR
14
Evalation
Modulation
15
Response
Test Sample Related
Test sample
16
positioning
Device holder
17
uncertainty
Drift of output
18
power
Phantom and Set-up
Phantom
19
uncertainty
SAR
20
correction
Liquid
21
conductivity
(meas.)
Liquid
22
cpermittivity
(meas.)
Temp.Unc.23
Conductivity
Temp.Unc.24
Permittivity
Type
Uncertainty
Value
Probably
Distribution
Div.
(Ci)
1g
(Ci)
10g
Std.
Unc.
(1g)
Std.
Unc.
(10g)
Degree
of
freedom
6.00%
6.00%
6.00%
∞
4.70%
0.7
0.7
1.90%
1.90%
∞
0.00%
0.7
0.7
0.00%
0.00%
∞
1.00%
0.60%
0.60%
∞
4.70%
2.70%
2.70%
∞
1.00%
0.60%
0.60%
∞
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
∞
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
∞
0.80%
0.50%
0.50%
∞
5.00%
2.90%
2.90%
∞
3.00%
1.70%
1.70%
∞
0.80%
0.50%
0.50%
∞
6.70%
3.90%
3.90%
∞
3.90%
2.30%
2.30%
∞
2.40%
1.40%
1.40%
∞
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
∞
5.00%
2.50%
2.50%
∞
3.40%
2.00%
2.00%
∞
4.00%
2.30%
2.30%
∞
1.90%
0.84
1.11%
0.90%
∞
0.50%
0.64
0.43
0.32%
0.26%
∞
0.16%
0.64
0.43
0.10%
0.07%
∞
1.70%
0.78
0.71
0.80%
0.80%
∞
0.40%
0.23
0.26
0.10%
0.10%
∞
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standard
uncertainty
Expanded
uncertainty
(confidence
interval of
95 %)
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22
uc 
c u
i 1
2 2
i i
ue  2uc
13.00%
12.90%
∞
K=2
26.00%
25.80%
∞
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5.6. System Check Results
System Performance Check at 150 MHz Head TSL
DUT: Dipole150 MHz; Type: CLA150; Serial: 4019
Date/Time: 05/17/2017 09:12:24 AM
Communication System: DuiJiangJi; Frequency: 150 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 150 MHz; σ = 0.78 S/m; εr = 53.10; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY5 Configuration:
Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3842;ConvF(11.84,11.84,11.84); Calibrated: 23/02/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 2mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1315; Calibrated: 07/26/2016
Phantom: ELI 4.0; Type: QDOVA001BA;
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (2); SEMCAD X Version 14.6.6 (6824)
System Performance Check at 150MHz/Area Scan (81x81x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.500 mm, dy=1.50
mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 3.92 mW/g
System Performance Check at 150MHz/Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm,
dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 68.82 V/m; Power Drift = -0.06 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 5.81 mW/g
SAR(1 g) = 3.74 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 2.44 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 1.40 W/Kg
0 dB = 4.00 mW/g = 6.02 dB mW/g
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System Performance Check at 150 MHz Body TSL
DUT: Dipole150 MHz; Type: CLA150; Serial: 4019
Date/Time: 05/20/2017 09:36:57 AM
Communication System: DuiJiangJi; Frequency: 150 MHz;Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 150 MHz; σ = 0.83 S/m; εr = 63.30; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
DASY5 Configuration:
Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3842;ConvF(10.86,10.86,10.86); Calibrated: 23/02/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 2mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1315; Calibrated: 07/26/2016
Phantom: ELI 4.0; Type: QDOVA001BA;
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (2); SEMCAD X Version 14.6.6 (6824)
System Performance Check at 150MHz/Area Scan (81x81x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.500 mm, dy=1.50
mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 1.45 mW/g
System Performance Check at 150MHz/Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm,
dy=5mm, dz=5mm
Reference Value = 69.820 V/m; Power Drift = -0.16 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 1.72 mW/g
SAR(1 g) = 3.86 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 2.52 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 4.00 mW/g
0 dB = 4.00 mW/g = 6.02 dB mW/g
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5.7. SAR Test Graph Results
SAR plots for the highest measured SAR in each exposure configuration, wireless mode and frequency
band combination according to FCC KDB 865664 D02
Face Held for FM Modulation at 12.5 KHz Channel Separation, Front towards Phantom 162.10MHz
Communication System: PTT 150; Frequency: 162.10 MHz; Duty Cycle:1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 162.10 MHz; σ = 0.79 S/m; εr = 53.80; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3842;ConvF(11.84,11.84,11.84); Calibrated: 23/02/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 2mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1315; Calibrated: 07/26/2016
Phantom: ELI 4.0; Type: QDOVA001BA;
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (2); SEMCAD X Version 14.6.6 (6824)
Towards Phantom 162.10 MHz /Area Scan (51x191x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.50 mm, dy=1.50 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 0.160 mW/g
Towards Phantom 162.10 MHz /Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm,
dz=5mm
Reference Value = 16.581 V/m; Power Drift = -0.15 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 0.189 mW/g
SAR(1 g) = 0.153 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 0.126 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 0.161 W/kg
Date/Time: 05/17/2017 13:53:17
Figure 3: Face held for FM Modulation at 12.5 KHz Channel Separation Front towards Phantom 162.10 MHz
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Body- Worn FM Modulation at 12.5 KHz Channel Separation with A1, B1, AC1, Front towards Ground
162.10 MHz
Communication System: PTT150; Frequency: 162.10 MHz;Duty Cycle:1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 162.0 MHz; σ = 0.83 S/m; εr = 64.20; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section : Flat Section
Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3842;ConvF(10.86,10.86,10.86); Calibrated: 23/02/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 2mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1315; Calibrated: 7/26/2016
Phantom: ELI 4.0; Type: QDOVA001BA;
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (2); SEMCAD X Version 14.6.6 (6824)
Towards Ground 162.10 MHz /Area Scan (51x191x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.50 mm, dy=1.50 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 0.559 mW/g
Towards Ground 162.10 MHz /Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm,
dz=5mm
Reference Value = 31.450 V/m; Power Drift = -0.17 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 0.622 mW/g
SAR(1 g) = 0.506 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 0.398 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 0.529 W/kg
Date/Time: 05/20/2017 17:51:57
Plot 4: Body-worn for FM Modulation at 12.5KHz Channel Separation with A1, B1, AC1; Front towards Ground
162.10 MHz
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Face Held for 4FSK Modulation at 12.5 KHz Channel Separation, Front towards Phantom 162.10MHz
Communication System: PTT 150; Frequency: 162.10 MHz; Duty Cycle:1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 162.10 MHz; σ = 0.79 S/m; εr = 53.80; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section: Flat Section
Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3842;ConvF(11.84,11.84,11.84); Calibrated: 23/02/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 2mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1315; Calibrated: 07/26/2016
Phantom: ELI 4.0; Type: QDOVA001BA;
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (2); SEMCAD X Version 14.6.6 (6824)
Towards Phantom 162.10 MHz /Area Scan (51x191x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.50 mm, dy=1.50 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 0.139 mW/g
Towards Phantom 162.10 MHz /Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm,
dz=5mm
Reference Value = 16.791 V/m; Power Drift = -0.11 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 0.157 mW/g
SAR(1 g) = 0.091 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 0.067 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 0.131 mW/g
Date/Time: 05/17/2017 10:11:29 AM
Figure 1: Face held for 4FSK Modulation at 12.5 KHz Channel Separation Front towards Phantom 162.10
MHz
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Body- Worn 4FSK Modulation at 12.5 KHz Channel Separation with A1, B1, AC1, Front towards Ground
162.10 MHz
Communication System: PTT150; Frequency: 162.10 MHz;Duty Cycle:1:1
Medium parameters used (interpolated): f = 162.0 MHz; σ = 0.83 S/m; εr = 64.20; ρ = 1000 kg/m3
Phantom section : Flat Section
Probe: EX3DV4 - SN3842;ConvF(10.86,10.86,10.86); Calibrated: 23/02/2017;
Sensor-Surface: 2mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
Electronics: DAE4 Sn1315; Calibrated: 7/26/2016
Phantom: ELI 4.0; Type: QDOVA001BA;
Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (2); SEMCAD X Version 14.6.6 (6824)
Towards Ground 162.10 MHz /Area Scan (51x191x1): Interpolated grid: dx=1.50 mm, dy=1.50 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) = 0.365 mW/g
Towards Ground 162.10 MHz /Zoom Scan (7x7x7)/Cube 0: Measurement grid: dx=5mm, dy=5mm,
dz=5mm
Reference Value = 36.125 V/m; Power Drift = -0.16 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 0.552 mW/g
SAR(1 g) = 0.273 mW/g; SAR(10 g) = 0.195 mW/g
Maximum value of SAR (measured) = 0.352 mW/g
Date/Time: 05/20/2017 15:36:39
Plot 2: Body-worn for 4FSK Modulation at 12.5KHz Channel Separation with A1, B1, AC1; Front towards
Ground 162.10 MHz
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6. Calibration Certificate
6.1. Probe Calibration Ceriticate
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Photograph of the depth in the Head Phantom (150MHz)
Photograph of the depth in the Body Phantom (150MHz)
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Face-held, the front of the EUT towards phantom
Antenna Distance (mm)
Antenna Type
A1
@ front surface of the EUT
25.0
Separation Distance (mm)
@ antenna’s base
28.7
@ antenna’s tip
30.3
Body-worn, the front of the EUT towards ground with A1, B1 and AC1
Antenna Distance (mm)
Antenna Type
A1
@ Bottom surface of the EUT
Separation Distance (mm)
@ antenna’s base
5.6
@ antenna’s tip
6.4
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External Photos
Front Surface
Bottom Surface
B1- Battery, Intrinsically Safe Li-ion Battery
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