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TEST REPORT
Test report no.: 1-5326/17-01-03-C
D-PL-12076-01-03
BNetzA-CAB-02/21-102
Testing laboratory
Applicant
CTC advanced GmbH
Untertuerkheimer Strasse 6 – 10
66117 Saarbruecken / Germany
Phone:
+ 49 681 5 98 - 0
Fax:
+ 49 681 5 98 - 9075
Internet: http://www.ctcadvanced.com
e-mail:
mail@ctcadvanced.com
Accredited Testing Laboratory:
The testing laboratory (area of testing) is accredited
according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 (2005) by the
Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH (DAkkS)
The accreditation is valid for the scope of testing
procedures as stated in the accreditation certificate with
the registration number: D-PL-12076-01-03
Phoenix Contact GmbH & Co.KG
Flachsmarktstraße 8
32825 Blomberg / GERMANY
Phone:
+49 (0) 52 35 3-00
Fax:
+49 (0) 52 35 3-30 99 9
Contact: Andreas Pape
e-mail:
apape@phoenixcontact.com
Phone:
+49 (0) 5281 9 46-1545
Manufacturer
Silex Technology, Inc.
2-3-1 Hikaridai, Seika-cho Sourakugun
619-0237 Kyoto / JAPAN
Test standard/s
47 CFR Part 15
Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations; Chapter I; Part 15 - Radio frequency
devices
RSS - 247 Issue 2
Digital Transmission Systems (DTSs), Frequency Hopping Systems (FHSs) and
Licence - Exempt Local Area Network (LE-LAN) Devices
RSS - Gen Issue 4
Spectrum Management and Telecommunications Radio Standards Specifications General Requirements and Information for the Certification of Radio Apparatus
For further applied test standards please refer to section 3 of this test report.
Test Item
Kind of test item:
WLAN module
Model name:
SX-PCEAN2
FCC ID:
YG3-SXPCEAN2
IC:
4720B-SXPCEAN2
Frequency:
UNII bands:
5150MHz to 5250MHz & 5725MHz to 5850MHz
Technology tested:
WLAN (OFDM/a-; n HT20- & n HT40-mode)
Antenna:
Power supply:
2 external antennas
2.805 V to 3.795 V DC, by Evaluation Board
Temperature range:
0°C to +60°C
This test report is electronically signed and valid without handwritten signature. For verification of the electronic signatures,
the public keys can be requested at the testing laboratory.
Test report authorized:
cn=Marco Bertolino, o=CTC advanced GmbH,
ou=BTL-161128,
email=Marco.Bertolino@ctcadvanced.com,
c=DE
2018.08.27 06:21:12 +02'00'
Marco Bertolino
Lab Manager
Radio Communications & EMC
Test performed:
Digital unterschrieben von David Lang
DN: cn=David Lang, o=CTC advanced GmbH,
ou=LNG-161129,
email=david.lang@ctcadvanced.com, c=DE
Datum: 2018.08.24 13:32:40 +02'00'
David Lang
Lab Manager
Radio Communications & EMC
Test report no.: 1-5326/17-01-03-C
Table of contents
Table of contents ............................................................................................................................................2
General information .......................................................................................................................................3
2.1
2.2
2.3
Notes and disclaimer ..........................................................................................................................3
Application details ...............................................................................................................................3
Test laboratories sub-contracted ......................................................................................................3
Test standard/s and references ....................................................................................................................4
Test environment ............................................................................................................................................4
Test item ..........................................................................................................................................................5
5.1
5.2
General description .............................................................................................................................5
Additional information ........................................................................................................................5
Description of the test setup .........................................................................................................................6
6.1
6.2
Shielded fully anechoic chamber ......................................................................................................7
Conducted measurements with peak power meter & spectrum analyzer .....................................8
Measurement uncertainty ..............................................................................................................................9
Summary of measurement results .............................................................................................................10
Additional comments ...................................................................................................................................11
10
Measurement results ................................................................................................................................14
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.5.1
10.5.2
10.6
10.7
11
Testability check ............................................................................................................................14
Identify worst case data rate.........................................................................................................15
Antenna gain ..................................................................................................................................16
Duty cycle .......................................................................................................................................16
Maximum output power.................................................................................................................19
Maximum output power according to FCC requirements ................................................................19
Maximum output power according to IC requirements ....................................................................39
Emissions in restricted frequency bands < 30MHz (radiated) ..................................................64
Emissions in restricted frequency bands > 30 MHz (conducted) .............................................68
Observations .............................................................................................................................................98
Annex A
Glossary ..........................................................................................................................................98
Annex B
Document history ..........................................................................................................................99
Annex C
Accreditation Certificate ...............................................................................................................99
© CTC advanced GmbH
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General information
2.1
Notes and disclaimer
The test results of this test report relate exclusively to the test item specified in this test report. CTC advanced
GmbH does not assume responsibility for any conclusions and generalizations drawn from the test results with
regard to other specimens or samples of the type of the equipment represented by the test item.
The test report may only be reproduced or published in full. Reproduction or publication of extracts from the report
requires the prior written approval of CTC advanced GmbH.
The testing service provided by CTC advanced GmbH has been rendered under the current "General Terms and
Conditions for CTC advanced GmbH".
CTC advanced GmbH will not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from false, inaccurate, inappropriate or
incomplete product information provided by the customer.
Under no circumstances does the CTC advanced GmbH test report include any endorsement or warranty
regarding the functionality, quality or performance of any other product or service provided.
Under no circumstances does the CTC advanced GmbH test report include or imply any product or service
warranties from CTC advanced GmbH, including, without limitation, any implied warranties of merchantability,
fitness for purpose, or non-infringement, all of which are expressly disclaimed by CTC advanced GmbH.
All rights and remedies regarding vendor’s products and services for which CTC advanced GmbH has prepared
this test report shall be provided by the party offering such products or services and not by CTC advanced GmbH.
In no case this test report can be considered as a Letter of Approval.
This test report is electronically signed and valid without handwritten signature. For verification of the electronic
signatures, the public keys can be requested at the testing laboratory.
This test report replaces the test report with the number 1-5326/17-01-03-B and dated 2018-07-06.
2.2
Application details
Date of receipt of order:
Date of receipt of test item:
Start of test:
End of test:
Person(s) present during the test:
2.3
2017-11-21
2017-11-21
2017-11-21
2018-05-16
-/-
Test laboratories sub-contracted
None
© CTC advanced GmbH
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Test standard/s and references
Test standard
Date
Description
47 CFR Part 15
-/-
Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations; Chapter I; Part 15 Radio frequency devices
RSS - 247 Issue 2
February
2017
Digital Transmission Systems (DTSs), Frequency Hopping
Systems (FHSs) and Licence - Exempt Local Area Network (LELAN) Devices
RSS - Gen Issue 4
November
2014
Spectrum Management and Telecommunications Radio Standards
Specifications - General Requirements and Information for the
Certification of Radio Apparatus
Guidance
Version
Description
UNII: KDB 789033 D02
v02r01
ANSI C63.4-2014
-/-
ANSI C63.10-2013
-/-
KDB 662911 D01
v02r01
KDB 412172 D01
V01r01
Guidelines for Compliance Testing of Unlicensed National
Information Infrastructure (U-NII) Devices - Part 15, Subpart E
American national standard for methods of measurement of radionoise emissions from low-voltage electrical and electronic
equipment in the range of 9 kHz to 40 GHz
American national standard of procedures for compliance testing
of unlicensed wireless devices
Emissions Testing of Transmitters with Multiple Outputs in the
Same Band
Guidelines for determining the effective radiated power (erp) and
equivalent isotopically radiated power (eirp) of an RF transmitting
system
Test environment
Temperature
Relative humidity content
Barometric pressure
Power supply
© CTC advanced GmbH
Tnom
Tmax
Tmin
Vnom
Vmax
Vmin
+22 °C during room temperature tests
No testing under extreme conditions required!
No testing under extreme conditions required!
42 %
Not relevant for testing
24.0 V DC by external power supply
No testing under extreme conditions required!
No testing under extreme conditions required!
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Test item
5.1
General description
Kind of test item
Type identification
WLAN module
SX-PCEAN2
HMN
PMN
-/SX-PCEAN2
HVIN
SX-PCEAN2
FVIN
S/N serial number
HW hardware status
1.0.3.0.2
Rad.
M7086839;
Cond.
M7086839
ZXE03263 (separation of HW by changing of order code)
SW software status
Frequency band
Type of radio transmission :
Use of frequency spectrum :
Type of modulation
Number of channels
Antenna
RF test software
UNII bands:
5150MHz to 5250MHz & 5725MHz to 5850MHz
OFDM
(D)BPSK, (D)QPSK, 16 – QAM, 64 – QAM
5 GHz 21 (802.11 a/n20), 9 (802.11 n40)
2 external antennas
The device is equipped with two external antenna ports and will be sold with a
variant of Omni-directional and Directional Antennas:
Antenna name
Type
Gain [dBi]
ANT-OMNI-2459-02
Rod Antenna
2.5 @ 2.4 GHz
5 @ 5 GHz
ANT-OMNI-5900-01
Rod Antenna
5 @ 5 GHz
ANT-DIR-2459-01
Directional
9 @ 2.4 GHz
9 @ 5 GHz
Power supply
For the purpose of testing the antenna with the highest gain for any type of
antenna is considered:
- Rod Antenna (5 dBi)
- Directional Antenna (9 dBi)
2.805 V to 3.795 V DC, by Evaluation Board
Temperature range
0°C to +60°C
5.2
Additional information
The content of the following annexes is defined in the QA. It may be that not all of the listed annexes are
necessary for this report, thus some values in between may be missing.
Test setup- and EUT-photos are included in test report:
© CTC advanced GmbH
1-5326/17-01-01_AnnexA
1-5326/17-01-01_AnnexB
1-5326/17-01-01_AnnexD
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Description of the test setup
Typically, the calibrations of the test apparatus are commissioned to and performed by an accredited calibration
laboratory. The calibration intervals are determined in accordance with the DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025. In addition to
the external calibrations, the laboratory executes comparison measurements with other calibrated test systems
or effective verifications. Weekly chamber inspections and range calibrations are performed. Where possible, RF
generating and signaling equipment as well as measuring receivers and analyzers are connected to an external
high-precision 10 MHz reference (GPS-based or rubidium frequency standard).
In order to simplify the identification of the equipment used at some special tests, some items of test equipment
and ancillaries can be provided with an identifier or number in the equipment list below (Lab/Item).
Agenda: Kind of Calibration
ne
calibration / calibrated
not required (k, ev, izw, zw not required)
EK
zw
ev
Ve
vlkI!
NK!
periodic self verification
long-term stability recognized
Attention: extended calibration interval
Attention: not calibrated
izw
limited calibration
cyclical maintenance (external cyclical
maintenance)
internal cyclical maintenance
blocked for accredited testing
*)
next calibration ordered / currently in progress
© CTC advanced GmbH
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6.1
Shielded fully anechoic chamber
Measurement distance: horn antenna 3 meter; loop antenna 3 meter
FS = UR + CA + AF
(FS-field strength; UR-voltage at the receiver; CA-loss of the signal path; AF-antenna factor)
Example calculation:
FS [dBµV/m] = 40.0 [dBµV/m] + (-35.8) [dB] + 32.9 [dB/m] = 37.1 [dBµV/m] (71.61 µV/m)
Equipment table:
No.
Lab /
Item
Equipment
Double-Ridged
Waveguide Horn
Antenna 1-18.0GHz
DC power supply,
60Vdc, 50A, 1200 W
Band Reject Filter
4U RF Switch
Platform
Computer
NEXIO EMVSoftware
Anechoic chamber
EMI Test Receiver
9kHz-26,5GHz
RF Amplifier
© CTC advanced GmbH
Kind of
Last
Next
Calibration Calibration Calibration
Type
Manufacturer
Serial No.
INV. No.
3115
EMCO
8812-3088
300001032
vlKI!
07.07.2017
06.07.2019
6032A
HP
2920A04590
300001041
vlKI!
14.12.2017
13.12.2020
WRCG2400/24832375/2505-50/10SS
Wainwright
26
300003792
ne
-/-
-/-
L4491A
Agilent Technologies
MY50000032
300004510
ne
-/-
-/-
2V2403033A54
21
300004591
ne
-/-
-/-
EMCO
300004682
ne
-/-
-/-
TDK
300003726
ne
-/-
-/-
Intel Core i3
3220/3,3 GHz,
Prozessor
BAT EMC
V3.16.0.49
ESR26
R&S
101376
300005063
14.12.2017
13.12.2018
AFS4-00100800-2820P-4-R
MITEQ
2008992
300005204
ne
-/-
-/-
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6.2
Conducted measurements with peak power meter & spectrum analyzer
OP = AV + CA
(OP-output power; AV-analyzer value; CA-loss signal path)
Example calculation:
OP [dBm] = 6.0 [dBm] + 11.7 [dB] = 17.7 [dBm] (58.88 mW)
Equipment table:
Lab /
Item
A,B,C
No.
Equipment
Type
Manufacturer
Serial No.
Power Meter
Leistungsmeßkopf +
Dämpfungsglied 30
dB
DC Power Supply 0
– 32V
NRP
R&S
101367
Kind of
Last
Next
Calibration Calibration Calibration
300003678
18.12.2017 17.12.2018
NRP-Z22
R&S
100227
300003686
11.12.2017
10.12.2018
1108-32
Heiden Elektronik
001702
300001392
vlKI!
26.01.2017
25.01.2020
2V2403033A45
23
300004589
ne
-/-
-/-
300004590
ne
-/-
-/-
400001181
ev
-/-
-/-
PC-WLAN Tester
Teststand
B+C
10
11
RF-Cable
DC-Blocker 0.1-40
GHz
Coax Attenuator 10
dB 2W 0-40 GHz
Signal Analyzer 40
GHz
RF-Cable WLANTester Port 1
PXA Spectrum
Analyzer 3Hz to
50GHz
© CTC advanced GmbH
Intel Core i3
3220/3,3 GHz,
Prozessor
Teststand Custom
National Instruments
Sequence Editor
GmbH
ST18/SMAm/SMAm/
Huber & Suhner
60
Batch no.
606844
INV. No.
8141A
Inmet
400001185
ev
-/-
-/-
MCL BW-K102W44+
Mini Circuits
400001186
ev
-/-
-/-
FSV40
R&S
101353
300004819
12.12.2017
11.12.2019
ST18/SMAm/SMAm/
48
Huber & Suhner
Batch no.
1273777
400001249
ev
-/-
-/-
N9030A PXA Signal
Analyzer
Agilent Technologies
US51350267
300004338
05.03.2018
04.03.2019
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Measurement uncertainty
Measurement uncertainty
Test case
Antenna gain
Power spectral density
Spectrum bandwidth
Occupied bandwidth
Maximum output power
Minimum emissions bandwidth
Spurious emissions conducted
Spurious emissions radiated below 30 MHz
Spurious emissions radiated 30 MHz to 1 GHz
Spurious emissions radiated 1 GHz to 12.75 GHz
Spurious emissions radiated above 12.75 GHz
Spurious emissions conducted below 30 MHz (AC conducted)
© CTC advanced GmbH
Uncertainty
± 3 dB
± 1.5 dB
± 100 kHz (depends on the used RBW)
± 100 kHz (depends on the used RBW)
± 1.5 dB
± 100 kHz (depends on the used RBW)
± 3 dB
± 3 dB
± 3 dB
± 3.7 dB
± 4.5 dB
± 2.6 dB
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Summary of measurement results
☒
☐
No deviations from the technical specifications were ascertained
☒
This test report is only a partial test report.
The content and verdict of the performed test cases are listed below.
There were deviations from the technical specifications ascertained
TC Identifier
Description
Verdict
Date
Remark
RF-Testing
CFR Part 15
RSS 247, Issue 2
See table
2018-08-24
-/-
NA
Test specification
clause
Test case
Temperature
conditions
Power
source
voltages
-/-
Output power
verification (cond.)
Nominal
Nominal
-/-
-/-
-/-
Antenna gain
Nominal
Nominal
As per data sheet!
-/-
U-NII Part 15
Duty cycle
Nominal
Nominal
-/-
-/-
Maximum output
power (conducted &
radiated)
Nominal
Nominal
☒
☐
☐
☐
-/-
Power spectral
density
Nominal
Nominal
☐
☐
☐
☒
-/-
Nominal
Nominal
☐
☐
☐
☒
-/-
Nominal
Nominal
☐
☐
☐
☒
-/-
Nominal
Nominal
Band edge
compliance
Nominal
Nominal
☒
☐
☐
☐
*2
TX spurious
emissions
Nominal
Nominal
☒
☐
☐
☐
*2
Nominal
Nominal
☐
☐
☐
☒
*1
Nominal
Nominal
☒
☐
☐
☐
-/-
Nominal
Nominal
☐
☐
☐
☒
*1
Nominal
Nominal
☐
☐
☐
☒
*3
Not compliant
NA:
§15.407(a)
RSS – 247 (6.2.1.1)
RSS – 247 (6.2.2.1)
RSS – 247 (6.2.3.1)
RSS – 247 (6.2.4.1)
§15.407(a)
RSS – 247 (6.2.1.1)
RSS – 247 (6.2.2.1)
RSS – 247 (6.2.3.1)
RSS – 247 (6.2.4.1)
RSS – 247 (6.2.4.1)
§15.407(a)
RSS – 247 (6.2.1.2)
RSS Gen
clause 6.6
§15.205
RSS – 247 (6.2.1.2)
RSS – 247 (6.2.2.2)
RSS – 247 (6.2.3.2)
RSS – 247 (6.2.4.2)
§15.407(b)
RSS – 247 (6.2.1.2)
RSS – 247 (6.2.2.2)
RSS – 247 (6.2.3.2)
RSS – 247 (6.2.4.2)
§15.109
RSS-Gen
§15.209(a)
RSS-Gen
§15.107(a)
§15.207
Spectrum bandwidth
6dB bandwidth
Spectrum bandwidth
26dB bandwidth
Spectrum bandwidth
99% bandwidth
RX spurious
emissions radiated
Spurious emissions
< 30 MHz
Spurious emissions
conducted emissions
< 30 MHz
§15.407
RSS – 247 (6.3)
DFS
NC
NP
-/-
Remark
-/-
Notes:
C:
Compliant
NC:
Not applicable
NP:
Not performed
*1 As per module report
*2 Restricted band measurements are performed in a conducted way.
*3 Only non-DFS channels supported by the device.
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Additional comments
Reference documents:
Module Report: F161629E1_2ndVersion.pdf issued by Phoenix TESTLAB,
2017-04-18.
Antenna specification:
ANT-DIR-2459-01-2701186_expanded
ANT-OMNI-2459-02–2701408_Datasheet Radiation Pattern –
Preliminary
ANT-OMNI-5900-01-2701347_expanded
RAD-ISM-2400-ANT-OMNI-2-1-RSMA-2701362
RAD-ISM-2400-ANT-OMNI-6-0-2885919
RAD-ISM-2400-ANT-VAN-3-0-RSMA – 2701358
Special test descriptions:
For conducted measurements two operating modes are considered:
OP1: Single antenna operation (for 9dBi Directional-Antenna)
OP2: Dual antenna operation (for two 5dBi Omni-Antennas)
For unwanted emission measurements a correction factor of 9dB is considered
to account for both antenna configurations. Hence, with regards to OP2, the
results correspond to an overestimation of 1dB (5 dBi + 10*log(2) = 8 dBi).
Radiated measurements were performed with the directional antenna (ANTDIR-2459-01-2701186) and the omni-antenna (ANT-OMNI-5900-012701347_expanded) to represent the worst case configuration for each antenna
type/structure with regards to the antenna gain.
Configuration descriptions:
Power Settings vs. Data Rate vs. Frequency
Mode
a-mode
n20-mode
5180
12.5
13.5
5240
12.5
13.5
Center Frequency [MHz]
5260
5300 5320 5500
-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-/-
5580
-/-/-
5700
-/-/-
n40-mode
5190
11.5
5230
11.5
5310
-/-
5755
11.0
5795
11.0
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5510
-/-
5630
-/-
5670
-/-
5745
12.5
13
5785
12.5
13
5825
12.5
13
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Provided channels:
Channels with 20 MHz channel bandwidth:
U-NII-1 & U-NII-2A (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
channel number & centre frequency
channel
fc / MHz
36
5180
40
5200
48
5240
44
5220
-/-
U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
channel number & centre frequency
channel
fc / MHz
149
5745
157
5785
153
5765
165
5825
161
5805
Channels with 40 MHz channel bandwidth:
U-NII-1 & U-NII-2A (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
channel number & centre frequency
channel
fc / MHz
38
5190
46
5230
-/-
U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
channel number & centre frequency
channel
fc / MHz
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151
5755
159
5795
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Test mode:
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☒
Antennas and transmit
operating modes:
☒
No test mode available.
Iperf was used to ping another device with the largest support packet
size
Special software is used.
EUT is transmitting pseudo random data by itself
Operating mode 1 (single antenna)
- Equipment with 1 antenna,
Equipment with 2 diversity antennas operating in switched diversity mode
by which at any moment in time only 1 antenna is used,
☒
Smart antenna system with 2 or more transmit/receive chains, but
operating in a mode where only 1 transmit/receive chain is used)
Operating mode 2 (multiple antennas, no beamforming)
- Equipment operating in this mode contains a smart antenna system using two or more
transmit/receive chains simultaneously but without beamforming.
☐
Operating mode 3 (multiple antennas, with beamforming)
- Equipment operating in this mode contains a smart antenna system using two or more
transmit/receive chains simultaneously with beamforming.
In addition to the antenna assembly gain (G), the beamforming gain (Y) may have to be taken
into account when performing the measurements.
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10
Measurement results
10.1 Testability check
Description:
Comparison of the first assessment with the current product based on the performance and decision of the test
ability.
Measurement:
Measurement parameters
AVG Power Meter
See chapter 6.2 – A
See chapter 8
Test setup
Measurement uncertainty
Limits:
Main report value -2 dB / +1 dB
Results:
a-mode, 9Mbit/s, UNII Band 1, Antenna 0
Tnom
Vnom
lowest channel
middle channel
highest channel
OFDM (20MHz mode (Antenna 0)
Conducted power / dBm
Main report F161629E2 3rd Version
10.8
10.9
10.3
Conducted power / dBm
Test ability check – delta sample
11.1
10.6
10.2
lowest channel
middle channel
highest channel
a-mode, 9Mbit/s, UNII Band 3, Antenna 0
Tnom
Vnom
OFDM (20MHz mode (Antenna 0)
Conducted power / dBm
Main report F161629E2 3rd Version
10.1
10.4
9.9
Conducted power / dBm
Test ability check – delta sample
10.0
10.0
9.5
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a-mode, 9Mbit/s, UNII Band 1, Antenna 1
Tnom
Vnom
lowest channel
middle channel
highest channel
OFDM (20MHz mode (Antenna 1)
Conducted power / dBm
Main report F161629E2 3rd Version
11.9
12.1
12.1
Conducted power / dBm
Test ability check – delta sample
11.2
11.6
11.7
10.2 Identify worst case data rate
Worst case data rate as specified in referential test report (see section 9).
Results:
Modulation scheme / bandwidth
OFDM – mode
U-NII-1 & U-NII-2A
a – mode
Low
channel
9Mbit/s
high
channel
9Mbit/s
n/ac HT20 – mode
13Mbit/s
13Mbit/s
n/ac HT40 – mode
26Mbit/s
26Mbit/s
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U-NII-2C
Low
channel
high
channel
-/-
U-NII-3
Low
channel
9Mbit/s
high
channel
9Mbit/s
13Mbit/s
13Mbit/s
26Mbit/s
2Mbit/s
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10.3 Antenna gain
As specified by the manufacturer (see section 5.1 & 9).
Limit:
Antenna Gain
6 dBi / > 6 dBi output power and power density reduction required
10.4 Duty cycle
Description:
The duty cycle is necessary to compute the maximum power during an actual transmission. The shown plots
and values are to show an example of the measurement procedure. The real value is measured direct during
the power measurement or power density measurement. The correction value is shown in each plot of these
measurements.
Measurement:
Measurement parameter
According to: KDB789033 D02, B.
Detector:
Sweep time:
Resolution bandwidth:
Video bandwidth:
Span:
Trace mode:
Used test setup:
Measurement uncertainty:
Peak
Auto
10 MHz
10 MHz
Zero
Video trigger / view / single sweep
See chapter 6.2 – B
See chapter 8
Results:
Duty cycle and correction factor:
OFDM – mode
a – mode
n/ac HT20 – mode
n/ac HT40 – mode
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Ton (D2plot)
913 µs
1276 µs
634.6 µs
Calculation method
Ton (D2plot) * 100 / Tcomplete (D3plot) = duty cycle
10 * log(duty cycle) = correction factor
Tcomplete (D3plot)
Duty cycle
Correction factor
954 µs
95.8 %
0.2 dB
1316 µs
97.0 %
0.1 dB
664.5 µs
95.5 %
0.2 dB
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Plots:
Duty cycle and correction factor (example for one channel & one antenna port):
Plot 1:
duty cycle of the transmitter; a – mode
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 2:
11:36:45
duty cycle of the transmitter; n/ac HT20 – mode
Date: 5.APR.2018
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Plot 3:
duty cycle of the transmitter; n/ac HT40 – mode
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:43:31
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10.5 Maximum output power
10.5.1 Maximum output power according to FCC requirements
Description:
Measurement of the maximum output power conducted
Measurement:
Measurement parameter
According to: KDB789033 D02, E.2.e.
Detector:
Sweep time:
Resolution bandwidth:
Video bandwidth:
Span:
Trace mode:
RMS
≥10*(swp points)*(total on/off time)
1 MHz
3 MHz
> EBW
Max hold
Band power / channel power
Interval > 26 dB EBW
See chapter 6.2 – B
See chapter 8
Analyzer function
Used test setup:
Measurement uncertainty:
Limits: Single Chain Mode (9dBi Antenna consideration)
Radiated output power
Conducted output power for indoor/outdoor access point
5.150-5.250 GHz: 1W or 30dBm (30dBm – 3 dB = 27dBm)
Conducted power + 6 dBi antenna gain
5.725-5.85 GHz: 1W or 30dBm (30dBm – 3 dB = 27dBm)
Note: Limit is reduced by 3 dB to consider a 9dBi antenna.
Limits: Dual Chain Mode (5dBi antenna consideration)
Radiated output power
Conducted output power for indoor/outdoor access point
5.150-5.250 GHz: 1W or 30dBm
Conducted power + 6 dBi antenna gain
5.725-5.85 GHz: 1W or 30dBm
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Results: a – mode / Antenna 0
Lowest channel
10.1
Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
8.5
Maximum output power conducted [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
10.1
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
8.6
Highest channel
9.9
Highest channel
-/Highest channel
-/Highest channel
8.1
Results: n/ac HT20 – mode / Antenna 0
Lowest channel
11.1
n/ac HT20
Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
8.9
Maximum output power conducted [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
11.1
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
8.9
Highest channel
10.9
Highest channel
-/Highest channel
-/Highest channel
8.5
Results: n/ac HT20 – mode / Antenna 0
n/ac HT40
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Maximum output power conducted [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
9.5
9.6
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
6.7
6.8
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Results: a – mode / Antenna 1
Lowest channel
8.8
Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
8.2
Maximum output power conducted [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
9.0
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
8.4
Highest channel
8.4
Highest channel
-/Highest channel
-/Highest channel
8.2
Results: n/ac HT20 – mode / Antenna 1
Lowest channel
9.8
n/ac HT20
Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
8.6
Maximum output power conducted [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
9.9
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
8.8
Highest channel
9.6
Highest channel
-/Highest channel
-/Highest channel
8.6
Results: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 1
n/ac HT40
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Maximum output power conducted [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
8.6
7.4
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
7.1
6.8
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Results: n/ac HT20 – mode / Antenna 0&1 (Dual Chain Mode – Calculated Sum Power)
Lowest channel
13.5
n/ac HT20
Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
-/Lowest channel
11.8
Maximum output power conducted [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
13.6
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Middle channel
-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
11.9
Highest channel
13.3
Highest channel
-/Highest channel
-/Highest channel
11.6
Results: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 0&1 (Dual Chain Mode – Calculated Sum Power)
n/ac HT40
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Maximum output power conducted [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
12.1
11.6
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
9.9
9.8
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Plots: a – mode / Antenna 0
Plot 1:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 2:
11:36:57
U-NII-1; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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11:38:45
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Plot 3:
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 4:
11:40:29
U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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11:52:23
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Plot 5:
U-NII-3; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 6:
11:54:15
U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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11:56:09
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Plots: n/ac HT20 – mode / Antenna 0
Plot 1:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 2:
12:17:22
U-NII-1; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:19:07
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Plot 3:
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 4:
12:20:50
U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:37:59
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Plot 5:
U-NII-3; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 6:
12:39:51
U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:41:46
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Plots: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 0
Plot 1:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 2:
12:43:42
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:45:27
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Plot 3:
U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 4:
12:53:47
U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:55:33
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Plots: a – mode / Antenna 1
Plot 7:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 8:
09:30:54
U-NII-1; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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09:36:25
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Plot 9:
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
09:40:12
Plot 10: U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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09:52:29
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Plot 11: U-NII-3; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
09:54:23
Plot 12: U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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09:56:19
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Plots: n/ac HT20 – mode / Antenna 1
Plot 7:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 8:
10:10:47
U-NII-1; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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10:12:34
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Plot 9:
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
10:14:19
Plot 10: U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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11:01:13
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Plot 11: U-NII-3; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
11:03:06
Plot 12: U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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11:05:01
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Plots: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 1
Plot 5:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 6:
11:12:01
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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11:10:16
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Plot 7:
U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 8:
11:29:29
U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
© CTC advanced GmbH
11:31:16
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10.5.2 Maximum output power according to IC requirements
Description:
Measurement of the maximum output power conduced + radiated
Measurement:
Measurement parameter
Detector:
Sweep time:
Resolution bandwidth:
Video bandwidth:
Span:
Trace mode:
Analyzer function
Used test setup:
Measurement uncertainty:
RMS
≥10*(swp points)*(total on/off time)
1 MHz
≥ 3 MHz
> EBW
Max hold
Band power / channel power
Interval > 99% OBW
See chapter 6.2 – B
See chapter 8
Limits:
Radiated output power
The lesser one of
200 mW (23.0dBm) or 10 dBm + 10 log Bandwidth 5.1505.250 GHz
Conducted output power for devices, other than
devices installed in vehicles
5.725-5.85 GHz:
1W or 30dBm (30dBm – 3 dB = 27dBm)
Conducted power + 6dBi antenna gain 5.725-5.825 GHz
Note:
The conducted limit is reduced by 3 dB to consider a 9dBi antenna.
E.i.r.p results in single chain mode are calculated using the highest allowed gain of 9dBi.
E.i.r.p. results in dual chain mode are calculated using the highest allowed gain of 5dBi.
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Results: a – mode / Antenna 0
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Maximum output power [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
10.2
9.9
9.9
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
19.2
18.9
18.9
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
8.5
8.6
8.1
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
17.5
17.6
17.1
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n/ac HT20
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Maximum output power [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
11.2
10.9
10.8
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
20.2
19.9
19.8
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
8.8
8.8
8.4
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
17.8
17.8
17.4
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Results: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 0
n/ac HT40
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Maximum output power [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
9.5
9.5
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
18.5
18.5
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
6.7
6.8
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
15.7
15.8
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Results: a – mode / Antenna 1
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Maximum output power [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
8.7
9.1
8.4
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
17.7
18.1
17.4
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
8.1
8.3
8.2
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
17.1
17.3
17.2
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Results: n/ac – mode / Antenna 1
n/ac HT20
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Maximum output power [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
9.9
10.1
9.5
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
18.9
19.1
18.5
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
8.5
8.7
8.5
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
17.5
17.7
17.5
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Results: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 1
n/ac HT40
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Maximum output power [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
8.5
7.5
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
17.5
16.5
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
7.3
6.8
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
16.3
15.8
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Results: n/ac – mode / Antenna 0&1 (Dual Chain Mode – Calculated Sum Power)
n/ac HT20
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Maximum output power [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
13.6
13.5
13.2
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
18.6
18.5
18.2
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
11.7
11.8
11.5
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
16.7
16.8
16.5
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Results: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 0&1 (Dual Chain Mode – Calculated Sum Power)
n/ac HT40
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Maximum output power [dBm]
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
12.0
11.6
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
17.0
16.6
U-NII-2A (5250 MHz to 5350 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/U-NII-2C (5470 MHz to 5725 MHz)
Lowest channel
Middle channel
Highest channel
Conducted
-/-/-/Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
-/-/-/U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Lowest channel
Highest channel
Conducted
10.0
9.8
Radiated (calculated – see chapter antenna gain)
15.0
14.8
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Plots: a – mode / Antenna 0
Plot 1:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 2:
11:37:26
U-NII-1; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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Plot 3:
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 4:
11:40:54
U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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11:52:48
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Plot 5:
U-NII-3; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 6:
11:54:41
U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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11:56:34
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Plots: n/ac HT20 – mode / Antenna 0
Plot 1:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 2:
12:17:49
U-NII-1; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:19:33
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Plot 3:
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 4:
12:21:13
U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:38:23
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Plot 5:
U-NII-3; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 6:
12:40:17
U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
© CTC advanced GmbH
12:42:10
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Plots: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 0
Plot 1:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 2:
12:44:07
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:45:50
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Plot 3:
U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 4:
12:54:07
U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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12:55:53
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Plots: a – mode / Antenna 1
Plot 7:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 8:
09:31:28
U-NII-1; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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09:36:57
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Plot 9:
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
09:40:38
Plot 10: U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
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09:52:55
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Plot 11: U-NII-3; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
09:54:50
Plot 12: U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
© CTC advanced GmbH
09:56:44
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Plots: n/ac HT20 – mode / Antenna 1
Plot 7:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 8:
10:11:15
U-NII-1; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
© CTC advanced GmbH
10:13:00
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Plot 9:
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
10:14:42
Plot 10: U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
© CTC advanced GmbH
11:01:38
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Plot 11: U-NII-3; middle channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
11:03:32
Plot 12: U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
© CTC advanced GmbH
11:05:25
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Plots: n/ac HT40 – mode / Antenna 1
Plot 5:
U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 6:
11:12:26
U-NII-1; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
© CTC advanced GmbH
11:10:39
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Plot 7:
U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
Plot 8:
11:29:50
U-NII-3; highest channel
Date: 5.APR.2018
© CTC advanced GmbH
11:31:36
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10.6 Emissions in restricted frequency bands < 30MHz (radiated)
Description:
Measurement of the radiated spurious emissions in transmit mode. The measurement is performed at lowest,
middle and highest channel.
Measurement:
Measurement parameter
Detector:
Sweep time:
Peak / Quasi Peak
Auto
Resolution bandwidth:
F < 150 kHz:
F > 150 kHz:
200 Hz
9 kHz
Video bandwidth:
F < 150 kHz:
F > 150 kHz:
1 kHz
100 kHz
Span:
Trace mode:
Test setup:
Measurement uncertainty:
9 kHz to 30 MHz
Max Hold
See sub clause 6.1 – B
See sub clause 8
Limits:
TX Spurious Emissions Radiated
§15.209
Frequency (MHz)
Field Strength (dBµV/m)
Measurement distance
30 – 88
88 – 216
216 – 960
Above 960
30.0
33.5
36.0
54.0
10
10
10
§15.407
Outside the restricted bands!
-27 dBm / MHz
Results:
TX spurious emissions radiated < 30 MHz / (dBµV / m) @ 3 m
Frequency / MHz
Detector
Level / (dBµV / m)
All detected peaks are more than 20 dB below the limit.
Note: Peak Emissions detected are more than 20dB below the limit on all tested channels, data rates and
antenna configurations. Therefore, only one plot per modulation, UNII-band and antenna configuration is
reported.
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Plots: ANT-DIR-2459-01, single-chain, Antenna 0
OFDM (a-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
OFDM (a-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
9kHz
30MHz
100k
OFDM (n-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
Frequency
OFDM (n-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
9kHz
30MHz
100k
OFDM (n40-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
Frequency
OFDM (n40-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
100k
1M
Frequency
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10M
30MHz
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
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Plots: ANT-DIR-2459-01, single-chain, Antenna 1
OFDM (a-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
OFDM (a-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
9kHz
30MHz
100k
OFDM (n-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
Frequency
OFDM (n-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
9kHz
30MHz
100k
OFDM (n40-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
Frequency
OFDM (n40-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
100k
1M
Frequency
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10M
30MHz
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
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Plots: ANT-OMNI5900-01, dual-chain, Antenna 0&1
FDM (a-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
OFDM (a-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
9kHz
30MHz
100k
OFDM (n-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
Frequency
OFDM (n-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
9kHz
30MHz
100k
OFDM (n40-mode, U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz))
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
Frequency
OFDM (n40-mode, U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
130
130
dBµV/m
dBµV/m
120
120
110
110
100
100
90
90
80
80
70
70
60
60
50
50
40
40
30
30
20
20
10
10
9kHz
9kHz
100k
1M
10M
30MHz
100k
1M
10M
30MHz
Frequency
Frequency
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10.7 Emissions in restricted frequency bands > 30 MHz (conducted)
Description:
The UNII Test Procedures specify that emissions which fall into restricted frequency bands shall comply with the
general radiated emission limits.
Measurement:
Measurement parameter
According to UNII Test Procedures KDB clause II.G.4.b. & II.G.6.c)
Detector
Sweep time
Resolution bandwidth
Video bandwidth
Span
Trace mode
Test setup
Measurement uncertainty
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Peak / RMS (Power AVG)
Auto
30 MHz > F > 1 GHz:
1 GHz > F > 40 GHz:
3x RBW
30 MHz to 40 GHz
Max Hold / Trace Average
See chapter 6.2 – B (<1GHz);
See sub clause 6.2 – C (>1GHz)
See chapter 8
100 kHz
1 MHz
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Limits:
FCC
IC
Attenuation below the general limits specified in Section 15.209(a) is not required. In addition, radiated
emissions which fall in the restricted bands, as defined in §15.205(a), must also comply with the radiated
emission limits specified in §15.209(a) (see §15.205(c)).
As per UNII Test Procedures KDB clause II.G.1. d) i) the field strength limit as specified in §15.209(a) is
converted to an EIRP limit by the formula
EIRP = E + 20log D – 104.8
where:
E = electric field strength in dBμV/m,
EIRP = equivalent isotropic radiated power in dBm
D = specified measurement distance in meters.
Frequency /
Field Strength Limit /
Ground Reflection
Distance / m
EIRP Limit / dBm
MHz
(dBµV / m)
Factor / dB
30 – 88
40.0
4.7
-60.0
88 – 216
43.5
4.7
-56.4
216 – 960
46.0
4.7
-53.9
960 – 1000
53.9
4.7
-46.0
Above 1000
53.9
-41.3
Note:
The EIRP Limit is further reduced to account for the Ground Reflection Factor.
Antenna gain as well as antenna multiplication factor* (if applicable) is considered in the Ref.Level
Offset.
*Antenna multiplication factor = 10 log (n)
where:
n = number of antenna chains
The EIRP Limit is reduced further to account for the Ground Reflection Factor.
A 9dB Offset is used to account for the maximum gain of the directional antenna (ANT-DIR-2459-01) in singlechain mode.
The 9dB Offset is also used to account for the 5dBi antennas (ANT-OMNI-2459-02, ANT-OMNI5900-01) in dualchain mode (5dBi + 10 log (2) = 8dB). The overrating by 1 dB can be seen as an additional safety budget or worst
case consideration respectively.
As per UNII Test Procedures II.G.6.c, an additional offset of 0.2dB is considered to account for the Duty Cycle
Correction when Average Detector is used.
The number of sweeps was increased to consider the lowest duty cycle as specified in section 10.4. when
Average Detector is used.
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Results: 20 MHz channel bandwidth / Antenna 0
Lowest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
37.1
4992.9
5150.0
10362.0
Peak
AVG
AVG
AVG
Lowest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
165.0
3830.7
4995.2
11488.3
17239.4
Peak
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m] / dBm
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
Level
[dBm]
-73.6
-46.7
-42.1
-50.3
F [MHz]
Detector
10403.0
-/-
AVG
-/-
Level
[dBm]
-51.5
-/-
F [MHz]
Detector
4981.2
10482.2
-/-
AVG
AVG
-/-
TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m] / dBm
U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
Level
[dBm]
-68.8
-50.5
-48.9
-48.5
-55.1
F [MHz]
Detector
3857.2
4992.1
11570.7
17355.6
-/-
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
-/-
Level
[dBm]
-49.4
-47.5
-48.9
-54.7
-/-
Highest channel
Level
[dBm]
-47.5
-50.0
-/-
Highest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
171.6
3884.1
4997.9
11650.6
17475.3
Peak
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
Level
[dBm]
-75.4
-48.0
-48.5
-46.2
-53.9
Results: 40 MHz channel bandwidth / Antenna 0
Lowest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
173.0
5150.0
10403.0
Peak
AVG
AVG
Lowest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
4986.6
11509.8
AVG
AVG
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TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m] / dBm
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
Level
[dBm]
-75.7
-41.8
-57.6
F [MHz]
Detector
Level
[dBm]
-/-
F [MHz]
Detector
171.4
4993.3
10459.3
Peak
AVG
AVG
TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m] / dBm
U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
Level
[dBm]
-51.5
-53.3
F [MHz]
Detector
-/-
Level
[dBm]
Highest channel
Level
[dBm]
-76.0
-50.1
-54.6
Highest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
3864.2
11589.4
AVG
AVG
Level
[dBm]
-50.0
-52.1
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Results: 20 MHz channel bandwidth / Antenna 1
Lowest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
5150.0
5400.0
5460.0
10362.4
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
Lowest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
5400.0
11494.2
17232.4
AVG
AVG
AVG
TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m] / dBm
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
Level
[dBm]
-45.6
-42.4
-44.7
-51.9
F [MHz]
Detector
5400.0
5460.0
10403.0
-/-
AVG
AVG
AVG
-/-
Level
[dBm]
-41.6
-45.3
-49.1
-/-
F [MHz]
Detector
5400.0
5440.6
5460.0
10482.2
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m] / dBm
U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
Level
[dBm]
-44.0
-49.6
-54.2
F [MHz]
Detector
3856.4
5400.0
11569.1
AVG
AVG
AVG
Level
[dBm]
-54.5
-41.8
-47.8
Highest channel
Level
[dBm]
-42.9
-44.3
-47.7
-49.2
Highest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
5440.2
11649.1
-/-
AVG
AVG
-/-
Level
[dBm]
-42.2
-48.6
-/-
Results: 40 MHz channel bandwidth / Antenna 1
Lowest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
5150.0
5400.1
5480.8
6920.7
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
Lowest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
11502.8
25925.5
AVG
AVG
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TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m] / dBm
U-NII-1 (5150 MHz to 5250 MHz)
Middle channel
Level
[dBm]
-42.1
-43.7
-42.2
-45.1
F [MHz]
Detector
Level
[dBm]
-/-
F [MHz]
Detector
163.1
5440.1
-/-
Peak
AVG
-/-
TX Spurious Emissions Radiated [dBµV/m] / dBm
U-NII-3 (5725 MHz to 5850 MHz)
Middle channel
Level
[dBm]
-54.3
-54.0
F [MHz]
Detector
-/-
Level
[dBm]
Highest channel
Level
[dBm]
-75.2
-41.5
-/-
Highest channel
F [MHz]
Detector
5400.8
11587.4
AVG
AVG
Level
[dBm]
-44.5
-53.3
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Plots: 20 MHz channel bandwidth / Antenna 0
Plot 1:
30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 06:35:01
Plot 2:
1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; lowest channel
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Plot 3:
5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; lowest channel
Plot 4:
30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; middle channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 06:35:56
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Plot 5:
1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; middle channel
Plot 6:
5 GHz to 5.5 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; middle channel
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Plot 7:
30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; highest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 06:36:48
Plot 8:
1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; highest channel
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Plot 9:
5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; highest channel
Plot 10: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 06:41:21
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Plot 11: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; lowest channel
Plot 12: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; middle channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 06:42:17
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Plot 13: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; middle channel
Plot 14: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; highest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 06:43:01
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Plot 15: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; highest channel
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Plots: 40 MHz channel bandwidth / Antenna 0
Plot 16: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 06:55:01
Plot 17: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; lowest channel
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Plot 18: 5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; lowest channel
Plot 19: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; highest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 06:55:38
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Plot 20: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; highest channel
Plot 21: 5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; highest channel
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Plot 22: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:00:02
Plot 23: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; lowest channel
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Plot 24: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; highest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:00:40
Plot 25: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; highest channel
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Plots: 20 MHz channel bandwidth / Antenna 1
Plot 26: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:19:13
Plot 27: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; lowest channel
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Plot 28: 5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; lowest channel
Plot 29: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; middle channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:20:20
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Plot 30: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; middle channel
Plot 31: 5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; middle channel
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Plot 32: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; highest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:20:52
Plot 33: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; highest channel
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Plot 34: 5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; highest channel
Plot 35: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:25:41
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Plot 36: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; lowest channel
Plot 37: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; middle channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:26:17
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Plot 38: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; middle channel
Plot 39: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; highest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:27:11
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Plot 40: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; highest channel
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Plots: 40 MHz channel bandwidth / Antenna 1
Plot 41: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; lowest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:09:01
Plot 42: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; lowest channel
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Plot 43: 5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; lowest channel
Plot 44: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-1; highest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:08:28
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Plot 45: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-1; highest channel
Plot 46: 5.1 GHz to 5.7 GHz (Zoom), U-NII-1; highest channel
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Plot 47: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; lowest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:03:34
Plot 48: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; lowest channel
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Plot 49: 30 MHz to 1 GHz, U-NII-3; highest channel
Date:16.M AY.2018 07:02:40
Plot 50: 1 GHz to 40 GHz, U-NII-3; highest channel
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Observations
No observations except those reported with the single test cases have been made.
Annex A
EUT
DUT
UUT
FCC
FCC ID
IC
PMN
HMN
HVIN
FVIN
EMC
HW
SW
Inv. No.
S/N or SN
NC
NA
NP
PP
QP
AVG
OC
OCW
OBW
OOB
DFS
CAC
OP
NOP
DC
PER
CW
MC
WLAN
RLAN
DSSS
OFDM
FHSS
GNSS
Glossary
Equipment under test
Device under test
Unit under test
Federal Communications Commission
Company Identifier at FCC
Industry Canada
Product marketing name
Host marketing name
Hardware version identification number
Firmware version identification number
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Hardware
Software
Inventory number
Serial number
Compliant
Not compliant
Not applicable
Not performed
Positive peak
Quasi peak
Average
Operating channel
Operating channel bandwidth
Occupied bandwidth
Out of band
Dynamic frequency selection
Channel availability check
Occupancy period
Non occupancy period
Duty cycle
Packet error rate
Clean wave
Modulated carrier
Wireless local area network
Radio local area network
Dynamic sequence spread spectrum
Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing
Frequency hopping spread spectrum
Global Navigation Satellite System
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Annex B
Document history
Version
Applied changes
Date of release
-/-
Initial release
2018-05-18
Applicant, Manufacturer, FVIN, HVIN, HMN and type identification changed
2018-05-24
FVIN, HVIN, HMN changed
2018-07-06
HVIN revised
2018-08-24
Annex C
Accreditation Certificate
first page
last page
Note: The current certificate annex is published on the website (link see below) of the Accreditation
Body DAkkS or may be received by CTC advanced GmbH on request
http://www.dakks.de/as/ast/d/D-PL-12076-01-03.pdf
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