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KTL Test Report:
0R03329.4
Applicant:
Digital Security Controls Ltd.
3301 Langstaff Road
Vaughan, Ontario
L4K 4L2
Equipment Under Test:
(E.U.T.)
WLS912 Rev. 01, UA261
Glass Break Detector
In Accordance With:
FCC Part 15, Subpart C
For Low Power Transmitters Operating Periodically
In The Band 40.66 - 40.77 MHz And Above 70 MHz
Tested By:
KTL Ottawa Inc.
3325 River Road, R.R. 5
Ottawa, Ontario K1V 1H2
Authorized By:
G. Westwell, Technologist
Date:
Total Number of Pages:
Master: ktlPT15231 Date: April 5, 2000
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Table of Contents
Section 1.
Summary of Test Results.......................................................................................... 3
Section 2.
Equipment Under Test (E.U.T.) .............................................................................. 5
Section 3.
Transmission Requirements .................................................................................. 13
Section 4.
Radiated Emissions................................................................................................. 16
Section 5.
Occupied Bandwidth.............................................................................................. 19
Section 6.
Block Diagrams....................................................................................................... 21
Section 7.
Test Equipment List ............................................................................................... 23
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Section 1.
Summary of Test Results
General
All measurements are traceable to national standards.
These tests were conducted on a sample of the equipment for the purpose of demonstrating
compliance with Part 15, Subpart C, Paragraph 15.231. All tests were conducted using
measurement procedure ANSI C63.4-1992. Radiated emissions are made on an open area test
site. A description of the test facility is on file with the FCC.
D S
New Submission
Production Unit
Class II Permissive Change
Pre-Production Unit
Equipment Code
THIS TEST REPORT RELATES ONLY TO THE ITEM(S) TESTED.
THE FOLLOWING DEVIATIONS FROM, ADDITIONS TO, OR EXCLUSIONS FROM THE TEST
SPECIFICATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE.
See “ Summary of Test Data”.
NVLAP LAB CODE: 100351-0
TESTED BY: _____________________________________ DATE: ___________________
Russell Grant, Wireless Group Manager
KTL Ottawa Inc. authorizes the above named company to reproduce this report provided it is reproduced in its entirety and for
use by the company’s employees only.
Any use which a third party makes of this report, or any reliance on or decisions to be made based on it, are the responsibility of
such third parties. KTL Ottawa Inc. accepts no responsibility for damages, if any, suffered by any third party as a result of
decisions made or actions based on this report.
This report applies only to the items tested.
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Summary Of Test Data
Name of Test
Transmission Requirements
Radiated Emissions
Occupied Bandwidth
Frequency Tolerance
Periodic Alternate Field Strength Requirements
Powerline Conducted Emissions
Para. Number
15.231(a)
15.231(b)
15.231(c)
15.231(d)
15.231(e)
15.207
Results
Complies
Complies
Complies
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
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Section 2.
Equipment Under Test (E.U.T.)
General Equipment Information
Manufacturer:
Digital Security Controls Ltd.
Date Received In Laboratory:
November 27, 2000
KTL Identification No.:
Item #1
Frequency Range:
433.92 MHz
Emission Designator:
73K0L1D
Supply Power Requirement:
Batteries
Duty Cycle Calculation:
 12.25 
20 log 
 = -18.23 dB
 100 
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Section 3.
Transmission Requirements
Para. No.: 15.231(a)
Test Performed By: Russell Grant
Minimum Standard:
Date of Test: November 28, 2000
15.231(a) Continuous transmissions such as voice, video or data
transmissions are not permitted.
15.231(a)(1) A manually operated transmitter shall employ a switch
that will automatically deactivate the transmitter within not more
than 5 seconds after being released.
15.231(a)(2) A transmitter activated automatically shall cease
transmission within 5 seconds of activation.
15.231(a)(3) Periodic transmissions at regular pre-determined
intervals are not permitted. However polling or supervisory
transmissions to determine system integrity of transmitters used in
security or safety applications are allowed if the periodic rate of
transmission does not exceed one transmission of not more than one
second duration per hour for each transmitter.
15.231(a)(4) Intentional radiators which are employed for radio
control purposes during emergencies involving fire, security, and
safety of life, when activated to signal an alarm, may operate during
the pendency of the alarm.
Test Results:
Complies.
Test Data:
Compliance was determined by verification of
specifications and a functional test on the equipment.
technical
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Rationale for Compliance with Transmission Requirements
15.231(a)(1) :
Not applicable.
15.231(a)(2) :
0.75 s
15.231(a)(3) :
Not applicable.
15.231(a)(4) :
Not applicable.
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Section 4.
Radiated Emissions
Para. No.: 15.231(b)
Test Performed By: Russell Grant
Date of Test: November 28, 2000
Minimum Standard:
Permissible Field Strength Limits (Momentarily Operated Devices
Fundamental Frequency
(MHz)
Field Strength of Fundamental
Microvolts/Meter at 3 meters; (watts)
Field Strength of Unwanted Emissions
Microvolts/Meter at 3 meters; (watts)
40.66 - 40.70
70-130
130-174
174-260 (note 1)
260-470 (note 1)
Above 470
2,250
1, 250
1,250 to 3,750*
3,750
3,750 to 12,500*
12,500
225
125
125 to 375
375
375 to 1,250
1,250
Notes:
# Use quasi-peak or averaging meter.
* Linear interpolation with frequency F in MHz
For 130 - 174 MHz: FS (microvolts/m) = (56.82 x F) - 6136
For 260 - 470 MHz: FS (microvolts/m) = (41.67 x F) - 7083
Any emissions that fall within the restricted bands of 15.205 shall not exceed the following limits:
Frequency
(MHz)
30 - 88
88 - 216
216 - 960
Above 960
Field Strength
µV/m @ 3m)
(µ
100
150
200
500
Field Strength
(dB @ 3m)
40.0
43.5
46.0
54.0
Test Results:
Complies. The worst-case emission level is 78.7dBµV/m @ 3m at
433.92 MHz. This is 2.1 dB below the specification limit.
Test Data:
See attached table.
Above 1 GHz a spectrum analyzer and low noise amplifier are used to
measure emission levels. The spectrum analyzer resolution bandwidth
was set to 1 MHz and video bandwidth was 3 MHz.
In the case of handheld equipment, the E.U.T. is rotated in three planes to
obtain worst-case results.
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Test Data - Radiated Emissions
Test Distance
(meters) : 3
Freq.
(MHz)
Ant.
Range:
A Tower
Pol.
(V/H)
RCVD
Signal
(dBµ
µV/m)
RBW(kHz):
1000
Ant.
Factor
(dB)**
Amp.
Gain
(dB)***
Detector:
Peak
Dist.
Corr.
(dB)
Field
Strength
(dBµ
µV/m)
433.92
E/D4
72.1
24.9
-18.23
433.92
E/D4
65.0
24.9
-18.23
867.84
E/D4
18.4
31.9
-18.23
867.84
E/D4
15.8
31.9
-18.23
1301.76
Hrn1
58.0
30.6
-48.0
-18.23
1301.76
Hrn1
58.0
30.6
-48.0
-18.23
1735.68
Hrn1
68.3
32.4
-48.0
-18.23
1735.68
Hrn1
69.2
32.4
-48.0
-18.23
2169.6
Hrn1
70.7
35.2
-58.3
-18.23
2169.6
Hrn1
64.8
35.2
-58.3
-18.23
2603.52
Hrn1
69.8
37.5
-60.0
-18.23
2603.52
Hrn1
72.5
37.5
-60.0
-18.23
3471.36
Hrn1
69.0
40.2
-57.3
-18.23
3471.36
Hrn1
63.2
40.2
-57.3
-18.23
3905.28
Hrn1
77.3
42.2
-57.8
-18.23
3905.28
Hrn1
70.2
42.2
-57.8
-18.23
4339.2
Hrn1
35.7
43.1
-54.9
-18.23
4339.2
Hrn1
53.0
43.1
-54.9
-18.23
3037.49
Hrn1
56.3
38.8
-59.4
-18.23
3037.49
Hrn1
53.5
38.8
-59.4
-18.23
Notes:
B/C = Biconical, B/L = Biconilog, L/P = Log-Periodic, H = Horn, D/P = Dipole
Re-measured using dipole antenna.
**
Includes cable loss when amplifier is not used.
***
Includes cable loss.
()
Denotes failing emission level.
N.D. = Not Detected
78.7
71.6
32.0
29.4
22.3
22.3
34.4
35.3
29.3
23.4
29.0
31.7
33.6
27.8
43.4
36.3
5.6
22.9
17.4
14.6
Limit
(dBµ
µV/m)
Margin
(dB)
80.8
80.8
60.8
60.8
54.0
54.0
60.8
60.8
60.8
60.8
60.8
60.8
60.8
60.8
54.0
54.0
54.0
54.0
60.8
60.8
2.1
9.2
28.8
31.4
31.7
31.7
26.4
25.5
31.5
37.4
31.8
29.1
27.2
33.0
10.6
17.7
48.4
31.1
43.4
46.2
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Radiated Photographs (Worst Case Configuration)
Front View
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Section 5.
Occupied Bandwidth
Para. No.: 15.231(c)
Test Performed By: Russell Grant
Date of Test: November 28, 2000
Minimum Standard:
15.231(c) The bandwidth of the emission shall be no wider than
0.25% of the center frequency for devices operating above 70
MHz and below 900 MHz. For devices operating above 900 MHz,
the emission shall be no wider than 0.5% of the center frequency.
Bandwidth is determined at the points 20 dB down from the
modulated carrier.
Test Results:
Complies. See attached graph.
Test Data:
See attached graph.
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Section 6.
Block Diagrams
Radiated Prescan
ANTENNA
E.U.T.
SPECTRUM ANALYZER
AND PLOTTER OR TEST
RECEIVER
SHIELDED ROOM
COMPUTER
Outdoor Test Site For Radiated Emissions
3 METERS
SEARCH ANTENNA
0.8 METER
VARIABLE
SEARCH
HEIGHT (1 TO 4 m)
E.U.T.
NON-CONDUCTING
TURN-TABLE
TO TEST RECEIVER/SPECTRUM
ANALYZER
The spectrum was searched up to the 10th harmonic of the fundamental frequency of operation.
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Occupied Bandwidth
E.U.T.
Spectrum
Analyzer
Plotter
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Section 7.
CAL
CYCLE
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
1 Year
Test Equipment List
EQUIPMENT
MANUFACTURER
MODEL
SERIAL
LAST CAL.
NEXT CAL.
Spectrum Analyzer
Receiver
Horn Antenna
Dipole Antenna Set
RF AMP
RF AMP
RF AMP
Hewlett Packard
Rohde & Schwarz
EMCO #1
EMCO #2
JCA
JCA
JCA
8565E
ESVP
3115
3121C
2-4 GHz
1-2 GHz
4-8 GHz
FA000981
892661/014
3132
FA001349
FA001496
FA001498
FA001497
June 16/00
April 5/00
Dec. 21/99
June 27/00
May 31/00
May 31/00
May 31/00
June 16/01
April 5/01
Dec. 21/00
June 27/01
May 31/01
May 31/01
May 31/01
NA: Not Applicable
NCR: No Cal Required
COU: CAL On Use
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