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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1ADMINISTRATIVE DATA (GENERAL INFORMATION) .......................................................................... 5
1.1Identification of the Testing Laboratory ....................................................................................... 5
1.2Identification of the Responsible Testing Location ...................................................................... 5
1.3Laboratory Condition ................................................................................................................... 5
1.4Announce .................................................................................................................................... 5
2PRODUCT INFORMATION ...................................................................................................................... 6
2.1Applicant Information ................................................................................................................... 6
2.2Manufacturer Information ............................................................................................................ 6
2.3Factory Information ..................................................................................................................... 6
2.4General Description for Equipment under Test (EUT) ................................................................ 6
2.5Ancillary Equipment ..................................................................................................................... 6
2.6Technical Information .................................................................................................................. 7
2.7Additional Instructions ................................................................................................................. 8
3SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS ............................................................................................................ 10
3.1Test Standards .......................................................................................................................... 10
3.2Verdict ....................................................................................................................................... 10
4GENERAL TEST CONFIGURATIONS ................................................................................................... 11
4.1Test Environments .................................................................................................................... 11
4.2Test Equipment List ................................................................................................................... 11
4.3Measurement Uncertainty ......................................................................................................... 12
4.4Description of Test Setup .......................................................................................................... 12
4.4.1For Antenna Port Test ............................................................................................................... 12
4.4.2For AC Power Supply Port Test ................................................................................................ 13
4.4.3For Radiated Test (Below 30 MHz) ........................................................................................... 13
4.4.4For Radiated Test (30 MHz-1 GHz) .......................................................................................... 14
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4.4.5For Radiated Test (Above 1 GHz) ............................................................................................. 14
4.5Measurement Results Explanation Example ............................................................................. 15
4.5.1For conducted test items: .......................................................................................................... 15
4.5.2For radiated band edges and spurious emission test: ............................................................... 15
5TEST ITEMS ........................................................................................................................................... 16
5.1Antenna Requirements .............................................................................................................. 16
5.1.1Standard Applicable .................................................................................................................. 16
5.1.2Antenna Gain ............................................................................................................................ 16
5.2Output Power ............................................................................................................................ 17
5.2.1Test Limit ................................................................................................................................... 17
5.2.2Test Setup ................................................................................................................................. 17
5.2.3Test Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 17
5.2.4Test Result ................................................................................................................................ 18
5.36dB Bandwidth .......................................................................................................................... 19
5.3.1Limit ........................................................................................................................................... 19
5.3.2Test Setup ................................................................................................................................. 19
5.3.3Test Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 19
5.3.4Test Result ................................................................................................................................ 19
5.4Conducted Spurious Emission .................................................................................................. 20
5.4.1Limit ........................................................................................................................................... 20
5.4.2Test Setup ................................................................................................................................. 20
5.4.3Test Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 20
5.4.4Test Result ................................................................................................................................ 21
5.5Band Edge (Authorized-band band-edge) ................................................................................. 22
5.5.1Limit ........................................................................................................................................... 22
5.5.2Test Setup ................................................................................................................................. 22
5.5.3Test Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 22
5.5.4Test Result ................................................................................................................................ 23
5.6Conducted Emission ................................................................................................................. 24
5.6.1Limit ........................................................................................................................................... 24
5.6.2Test Setup ................................................................................................................................. 24
5.6.3Test Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 24
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5.6.4Test Result ................................................................................................................................ 24
5.7Radiated Spurious Emission ..................................................................................................... 25
5.7.1Limit ........................................................................................................................................... 25
5.7.2Test Setup ................................................................................................................................. 25
5.7.3Test Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 25
5.7.4Test Result ................................................................................................................................ 28
5.8Band Edge (Restricted-band band-edge) .................................................................................. 29
5.8.1Limit ........................................................................................................................................... 29
5.8.2Test Setup ................................................................................................................................. 29
5.8.3Test Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 29
5.8.4Test Result ................................................................................................................................ 29
5.9Power Spectral density (PSD) ................................................................................................... 30
5.9.1Limit ........................................................................................................................................... 30
5.9.2Test Setup ................................................................................................................................. 30
5.9.3Test Procedure .......................................................................................................................... 30
5.9.4Test Result ................................................................................................................................ 30
ANNEX ATEST RESULT .......................................................................................................................... 31
A.1Output Power ............................................................................................................................ 31
A.2Bandwidth .................................................................................................................................. 32
A.3Conducted Spurious Emissions ................................................................................................ 37
A.4Band Edge (Authorized-band band-edge) ................................................................................. 46
A.5Conducted Emissions ................................................................................................................ 50
A.6Radiated Emission .................................................................................................................... 52
A.7Band Edge (Restricted-band band-edge) .................................................................................. 58
A.8Power Spectral Density (PSD) .................................................................................................. 62
ANNEX BTEST SETUP PHOTOS ............................................................................................................ 65
ANNEX CEUT EXTERNAL PHOTOS ....................................................................................................... 65
ANNEX DEUT INTERNAL PHOTOS ........................................................................................................ 65
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1 ADMINISTRATIVE DATA (GENERAL INFORMATION)
1.1 Identification of the Testing Laboratory
Company Name Shenzhen BALUN Technology Co., Ltd.
Address Block B, 1st FL, Baisha Science and Technology Park, Shahe Xi Road,
Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, P. R. China
Phone Number +86 755 6685 0100
Fax Number +86 755 6182 4271
1.2 Identification of the Responsible Testing Location
Test Location Shenzhen BALUN Technology Co., Ltd.
Address Block B, 1st FL, Baisha Science and Technology Park, Shahe Xi Road,
Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, P. R. China
Accreditation
Certificate
The laboratory has been listed by Industry Canada to perform
electromagnetic emission measurements. The recognition numbers of
test site are 11524A-1.
The laboratory has been listed by US Federal Communications
Commission to perform electromagnetic emission measurements. The
recognition numbers of test site are 832625.
The laboratory is a testing organization accredited by China National
Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment (CNAS) according to
ISO/IEC 17025. The accreditation certificate number is L6791.
Description
All measurement facilities used to collect the measurement data are
located at Block B, FL 1, Baisha Science and Technology Park, Shahe Xi
Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, P. R. China
518055
1.3 Laboratory Condition
Ambient Temperature 20 to 25
Ambient Relative
Humidity 45% - 55%
Ambient Pressure 100 kPa - 102 kPa
1.4 Announce
(1) The test report reference to the report template version v5.6.
(2) The test report is invalid if not marked with the signatures of the persons responsible for preparing and
approving the test report.
(3) The test report is invalid if there is any evidence and/or falsification.
(4) The results documented in this report apply only to the tested sample, under the conditions and modes of
operation as described herein.
(5) This document may not be altered or revised in any way unless done so by BALUN and all revisions are duly
noted in the revisions section.
(6) Content of the test report, in part or in full, cannot be used for publicity and/or promotional purposes without
prior written approval from the laboratory.
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2 PRODUCT INFORMATION
2.1 Applicant Information
Applicant One World Technologies, Inc.
Address 1428 Pearman Dairy Road, Anderson, SC 29625, U.S.A.
2.2 Manufacturer Information
Manufacturer Shenzhen Top-Tek Electronics Co., Ltd.
Address Jufa Industrial Park, Liaokeng Village, Shiyan Town, Baoan
District, Shenzhen, China.
2.3 Factory Information
Factory Techtronic Industries (Dongguan) Co., Ltd.
Address No. 1 Chuangke Road, Houjie Town Industrial Park, Houjie Town,
Donggguan City, Guangdong, 523945 China.
2.4 General Description for Equipment under Test (EUT)
EUT Name Garage Security Camera
Model Name Under
Test GDM610
Series Model Name N/A
Description of Model
name differentiation N/A
Hardware Version V06
Software Version V08
Dimensions (Approx.) N/A
Weight (Approx.) N/A
Network and Wireless
connectivity WIFI 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n (HT20/40)
2.5 Ancillary Equipment
N/A
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2.6 Technical Information
The requirement for the following technical information of the EUT was tested in this report:
Frequency Range
802.11b/g/n(20 MHz): 2.412 GHz - 2.472 GHz
fc = 2412 MHz + (N-1)*5 MHz, where
- fc = “Operating Frequency” in MHz,
- N = “Channel Number” with the range from 1 to 13.
802.11n(40 MHz): 2.422 GHz - 2.462 GHz
fc = 2412 MHz + (N-1)*5 MHz, where
- fc = “Operating Frequency” in MHz,
- N = “Channel Number” with the range from 3 to 11.
Modulation Type DSSS, OFDM
Product Type Mobile and portable
Antenna System (eg., MIMO,
Smart Antenna) N/A
Categorization as Correlated or
Completely Uncorrelated N/A
Antenna Type Dipole Antenna
Antenna Gain 2 dBi
About the Product Only the WIFI 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n (HT20/40) was
tested in this report.
Modulation technology Modulation Type Transfer Rate (Mbps)
DSSS (802.11b)
DBPSK 1
DQPSK 2
CCK 5.5/ 11
OFDM (802.11g)
BPSK 6 / 9
QPSK 12 / 18
16QAM 24 / 36
64QAM 48 / 54
OFDM
(802.11n-20MHz)
BPSK 6.5
QPSK 13/19.5
16QAM 26/39
64QAM 52/58.5/65
OFDM
(802.11n-40MHz)
BPSK 13.5
QPSK 27/40.5
16QAM 54/81/108
64QAM 121.5/135
Note: Preliminary tests were performed in different data rate in above table to find the worst
radiated emission. The data rate shown in the table below is the worst-case rate with respect to
the specific test item. Investigation has been done on all the possible configurations for
searching the worst cases. The following table is a list of the test modes shown in this test report.
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Test Items Mode Data Rate Channel
Output Power 11b/11g/11n20/11n40 1/6/6.5/13.5 Mbps 1/6/11 3/6/9
6dB Bandwidth 11b/11g/11n20/11n40 1/6/6.5/13.5 Mbps 1/6/11 3/6/9
Conducted Spurious Emission 11b/11g/11n20/11n40 1/6/6.5/13.5 Mbps 1/6/11 3/6/9
Conducted Emission 11b/11g/11n20/11n40 1/6/6.5/13.5 Mbps 1/6/11 3/6/9
Radiated Spurious Emission 11b/11g/11n20/11n40 1/6/6.5/13.5 Mbps 1/6/11 3/6/9
Band Edge 11b/11g/11n20/11n40 1/6/6.5/13.5 Mbps 1/6/11 3/6/9
Power spectral density (PSD) 11b/11g/11n20/11n40 1/6/6.5/13.5 Mbps 1/6/11 3/6/9
Note: The above EUT information in section 2.4 and 2.6 was declared by manufacturer and for
more detailed features description, please refer to the manufacturer's specifications or user's
manual.
2.7 Additional Instructions
EUT Software Settings:
Mode
Special software is used.
The software provided by client to enable the EUT under
transmission condition continuously at specific channel
frequencies individually.
During testing Channel and Power Controlling Software provided by the customer was used to control the operating
channel as well as the output power level. The RF output power selection is for the setting of RF output power
expected by the customer and is going to be fixed on the firmware of the final end product.
EUT Software Settings:
Power level setup in software
Test Software Version Enter the fixed frequency emission model by MT7601 USB QA
V1.0.4.0 (0108).
Mode Channel Soft Set
802.11 b All 19
802.11 g All 17
802.11 n20 All 17
802.11 n40 All 17
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Run software:
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3 SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS
3.1 Test Standards
No. Identity Document Title
1
47 CFR Part 15,
Subpart C
(10-1-15 Edition)
Miscellaneous Wireless Communications Services
2 KDB Publication
558074 D01v03r05
Guidance for Performing Compliance Measurements on Digital Transmission
Systems (DTS) Operating Under §15.247
3 RSS-Gen
(Issue 4, Nov. 2014) General Requirements for Compliance of Radio Apparatus
4 RSS-247
(Issue 1, May 2015)
Digital Transmission Systems (DTSs), Frequency Hopping Systems(FHSs)
and Licence-Exempt Local Area Network (LE-LAN) Devices
5 ANSI C63.10-2013
American National Standard of Procedures for Compliance Testing of
Unlicensed Wireless Devices
3.2 Verdict
No. Description FCC PART No. ISED Part No. Test Result Verdict
1 Antenna Requirement 15.203; 15.247(b) RSS-247, 5.4 (6) N/A PassNote 1
2 Output Power 15.247(b) RSS-247, 5.4 (4) ANNEX A.1 Pass
3 6dB Bandwidth 15.247(a)
RSS-GEN, 6.6;
RSS-247, 5.2 (1) ANNEX A.2 Pass
4 Conducted Spurious
Emission 15.247(d) RSS-247, 5.5 ANNEX A.3 Pass
5 Band Edge(Authorized-
band band-edge) 5.209; 15.247(d) RSS-GEN, 8.9;
RSS-247, 5.5 ANNEX A.4 Pass
6 Conducted Emission 15.207 RSS-GEN, 8.8 ANNEX A.5 Pass
7 Radiated Spurious
Emission 15.209; 15.247(d) RSS-247, 5.5 ANNEX A.6 Pass
8 Band Edge(Restricted-
band band-edge) 15.209; 15.247(d) RSS-247, 5.5 ANNEX A.7 Pass
9 Power spectral density
(PSD) 15.247(e) RSS-247, 5.2 (2) ANNEX A.8 Pass
10 Receiver Spurious
Emissions N/A RSS-Gen, 7.1.2 N/A N/ANote 2
Note 1: Please refer to section 5.1
Note 2: Only radio communication receivers operating in stand-alone mode within the band 30-960 MHz,
as well as scanner receivers, are subject to Industry Canada requirements, so this test is not applicable.
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4 GENERAL TEST CONFIGURATIONS
4.1 Test Environments
During the measurement, the normal environmental conditions were within the listed ranges:
Relative Humidity 45% - 55%
Atmospheric Pressure 100 kPa - 102 kPa
Temperature NT (Normal Temperature) +22 to +25
Working Voltage of the EUT NV (Normal Voltage) 18 V
4.2 Test Equipment List
Description Manufacturer Model Serial No. Cal. Date Cal. Due
Spectrum Analyzer ROHDE&SCHWARZ FSV-30 103118 2016.07.13 2017.07.12
Switch Unit with OSP-
B157 ROHDE&SCHWARZ OSP120 101270 2016.07.13 2017.07.12
EMI Receiver KEYSIGHT N9038A MY53220118 2016.09.09 2017.09.08
EMI Receiver ROHDE&SCHWARZ ESRP 101036 2016.07.05 2017.07.04
LISN SCHWARZBECK NSLK 8127 8127-687 2016.07.05 2017.07.04
Bluetooth Tester ROHDE&SCHWARZ CBT 101005 2016.07.13 2017.07.12
Power Splitter KMW DCPD-LDC 1305003215 -- --
Power Sensor ROHDE&SCHWARZ NRP-Z21 103971 2016.07.13 2017.07.12
Attenuator (20 dB) KMW ZA-S1-201 110617091 -- --
Attenuator (6 dB) KMW ZA-S1-61 1305003189 -- --
DC Power Supply ROHDE&SCHWARZ HMP2020 018141664 2016.07.13 2017.07.12
Temperature Chamber ANGELANTIONI
SCIENCE NTH64-40A 1310 2016.07.13 2017.07.12
Test Antenna-
Rod(9 kHz-30 MHz) SCHWARZBECK VAMP 9243 9243-556 2016.07.22 2017.07.21
Test Antenna-
Loop(9 kHz-30 MHz) SCHWARZBECK FMZB 1519 1519-037 2015.07.22 2017.07.21
Test Antenna-
Bi-Log(30 MHz-3 GHz) SCHWARZBECK VULB 9163 9163-624 2015.07.22 2017.07.21
Test Antenna-
Horn(1-18 GHz) SCHWARZBECK BBHA
9120D 9120D-1148 2015.07.22 2017.07.21
Test Antenna-
Horn(15-26.5 GHz) SCHWARZBECK BBHA 9170 9170-305 2015.07.22 2017.07.21
Anechoic Chamber RAINFORD 9m*6m*6m N/A 2015.02.28 2017.02.27
Anechoic Chamber EMC Electronic Co.,
Ltd
20.10*11.60
*7.35m N/A 2016.08.09 2018.08.08
Shielded Enclosure ChangNing CN-130701 130703 -- --
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4.3
Measurement Uncertainty
The following measurement uncertainty levels have been estimated for tests performed on the EUT
as specified in CISPR 16-4-2.
This uncertainty represents an expanded uncertainty expressed at approximately the 95%
confidence level using a coverage factor of k=2.
Measurement Value
Occupied Channel Bandwidth ±4%
RF output power, conducted ±1.4 dB
Power Spectral Density, conducted ±2.5 dB
Unwanted Emissions, conducted ±2.8 dB
All emissions, radiated ±5.4 dB
Temperature ±1°C
Humidity ±4%
4.4 Description of Test Setup
4.4.1 For Antenna Port Test
(Diagram 1)
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4.4.2 For AC Power Supply Port Test
(Diagram 2)
4.4.3 For Radiated Test (Below 30 MHz)
(Diagram 3)
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4.4.4 For Radiated Test (30 MHz-1 GHz)
(Diagram 4)
4.4.5 For Radiated Test (Above 1 GHz)
(Diagram 5)
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4.5 Measurement Results Explanation Example
4.5.1 For conducted test items:
The offset level is set in the spectrum analyzer to compensate the RF cable loss and attenuator between EUT
conducted output port and spectrum analyzer. With the offset compensation, the spectrum analyzer reading level
is exactly the EUT RF output level.
The spectrum analyzer offset is derived from RF cable loss and attenuator factor.
Offset = RF cable loss + attenuator factor.
4.5.2 For radiated band edges and spurious emission test:
E = EIRP – 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.
EIRP= Measure Conducted output power Value (dBm) + Maximum transmit antenna gain (dBi) + the appropriate
maximum ground reflection factor (dB)
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5 TEST ITEMS
5.1 Antenna Requirements
5.1.1 Standard Applicable
FCC §15.203 & 15.247(b); RSS-247, 5.4 (6)p
The Antenna Anti-Replacement as following method:
Protected Method Description
Compliance with 15.203, use of a
standard antenna jack or electrical
connector is prohibited.
The antenna is the unique connector with a wire antenna.
Reference Documents Item
Photo
5.1.2 Antenna Gain
The antenna peak gain of EUT is less than 6 dBi. Therefore, it is not necessary to reduce maximum peak output
power limit.
Dipole Antenna
Unique Connector
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5.2 Output Power
5.2.1 Test Limit
FCC § 15.247(b); RSS-247, 5.4 (4)
For systems using digital modulation in the 902-928 MHz, 2400-2483.5 MHz, and 5725-5850 MHz bands: 1 Watt.
As an alternative to a peak power measurement, compliance with the one Watt limit can be based on a
measurement of the maximum conducted output power. Maximum Conducted Output Power is defined as the total
transmit power delivered to all antennas and antenna elements averaged across all symbols in the signaling
alphabet when the transmitter is operating at its maximum power control level. Power must be summed across all
antennas and antenna elements.
5.2.2 Test Setup
See section 4.4.1 for test setup description for the antenna port. The photo of test setup please refer to ANNEX B.
5.2.3 Test Procedure
Maximum peak conducted output power
The maximum peak conducted output power may be measured using a broadband peak RF power meter. The
power meter shall have a video bandwidth that is greater than or equal to the DTS bandwidth and shall utilize a
fast-responding diode detector.
Maximum conducted (average) output power (Reporting Only)
a) As an alternative to spectrum analyzer or EMI receiver measurements, measurements may be performed
using a wideband RF power meter with a thermocouple detector or equivalent if all of the conditions listed below
are satisfied.
1) The EUT is configured to transmit continuously, or to transmit with a constant duty factor.
2) At all times when the EUT is transmitting, it shall be transmitting at its maximum power control level.
3) The integration period of the power meter exceeds the repetition period of the transmitted signal by at least a
factor of five.
b) If the transmitter does not transmit continuously, measure the duty cycle (x) of the transmitter output signal as
described in Section 6.0.
c) Measure the average power of the transmitter. This measurement is an average over both the on and off
periods of the transmitter.
d) Adjust the measurement in dBm by adding 10log (1/x), where x is the duty cycle to the measurement result.
Measurements of duty cycle
The zero-span mode on a spectrum analyzer or EMI receiver if the response time and spacing between bins on
the sweep are sufficient to permit accurate measurements of the on and off times of the transmitted signal.
Set the center frequency of the instrument to the center frequency of the transmission.
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Set RBW OBW if possible; otherwise, set RBW to the largest available value.
Set VBW RBW. Set detector = peak or average.
The zero-span measurement method shall not be used unless both RBW and VBW are > 50/T and the number of
sweep points across duration T exceeds 100. (For example, if VBW and/or RBW are limited to 3 MHz, then the
zero-span method of measuring duty cycle shall not be used if T 16.7 microseconds.)
5.2.4 Test Result
Please refer to ANNEX A.1.
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5.3 6dB Bandwidth
5.3.1 Limit
FCC §15.247(a); RSS-GEN, 6.6
Make the measurement with the spectrum analyzer's resolution bandwidth (RBW) = 100 kHz. In order to make an
accurate measurement, set the span greater than RBW. The 6 dB bandwidth must be greater than 500 kHz.
5.3.2 Test Setup
See section 4.4.1 for test setup description for the antenna port. The photo of test setup please refer to ANNEX B.
5.3.3 Test Procedure
Use the following spectrum analyzer settings:
Set RBW = 100 kHz.
Set the video bandwidth (VBW) 3 RBW.
Detector = Peak.
Trace mode = max hold.
Sweep = auto couple.
Allow the trace to stabilize.
Measure the maximum width of the emission that is constrained by the frequencies associated with the two
outermost amplitude points (upper and lower frequencies) that are attenuated by 6 dB relative to the maximum
level measured in the fundamental emission.
5.3.4 Test Result
Please refer to ANNEX A.2.
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5.4 Conducted Spurious Emission
5.4.1 Limit
FCC §15.247(d); RSS-247, 5.5
In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which the spread spectrum or digitally modulated
intentional radiator is operating, the radio frequency power that is produced by the intentional radiator shall be at
least 20 dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired
power, based on either an RF conducted or a radiated measurement.
5.4.2 Test Setup
See section 4.4.1 for test setup description for the antenna port. The photo of test setup please refer to ANNEX B.
5.4.3 Test Procedure
The DTS rules specify that in any 100 kHz bandwidth outside of the authorized frequency band, the power shall
be attenuated according to the following conditions:
a) If the maximum peak conducted output power procedure was used to demonstrate compliance as described in
9.1, then the peak output power measured in any 100 kHz bandwidth outside of the authorized frequency band
shall be attenuated by at least 20 dB relative to the maximum in-band peak PSD level in 100 kHz (i.e., 20 dBc).
b) If maximum conducted (average) output power was used to demonstrate compliance as described in 9.2, then
the peak power in any 100 kHz bandwidth outside of the authorized frequency band shall be attenuated by at least
30 dB relative to the maximum in-band peak PSD level in 100 kHz (i.e., 30 dBc).
c) In either case, attenuation to levels below the 15.209 general radiated emissions limits is not required.
The following procedures shall be used to demonstrate compliance to these limits. Note that these procedures can
be used in either an antenna-port conducted or radiated test set-up. Radiated tests must conform to the test site
requirements and utilize maximization procedures defined herein.
Reference level measurement
Establish a reference level by using the following procedure:
Set instrument center frequency to DTS channel center frequency.
Set the span to 1.5 times the DTS bandwidth.
Set the RBW = 100 kHz.
Set the VBW 3 x RBW.
Detector = peak.
Sweep time = auto couple.
Trace mode = max hold.
Allow trace to fully stabilize.
Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum PSD level.
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Emission level measurement
Use the following spectrum analyzer settings:
Span = wide enough to capture the peak level of the in-band emission and all spurious emissions (e.g., harmonics)
from the lowest frequency generated in the EUT up through the 10th harmonic. Typically, several plots are required
to cover this entire span.
Set the RBW = 100 kHz.
Set the VBW 3 x RBW.
Detector = peak.
Sweep time = auto couple.
Trace mode = max hold.
Allow trace to fully stabilize.
Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level.
Ensure that the amplitude of all unwanted emissions outside of the authorized frequency band (excluding restricted
frequency bands) are attenuated by at least the minimum requirements specified in 11.1 a) or 11.1 b). Report the
three highest emissions relative to the limit.
5.4.4 Test Result
Please refer to ANNEX A.3.
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5.5 Band Edge (Authorized-band band-edge)
5.5.1 Limit
FCC §15.247(d); RSS-GEN, 8.9, RSS-247, 5.5
In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which the spread spectrum or digitally modulated
intentional radiator is operating, the radio frequency power that is produced by the intentional radiator shall be at
least 20 dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth within the band that contains the highest level of the desired
power, based on either an RF conducted or a radiated measurement.
5.5.2 Test Setup
See section 4.4.1 for test setup description for the antenna port. The photo of test setup please refer to ANNEX B.
5.5.3 Test Procedure
The following procedures may be used to determine the peak or average field strength or power of an unwanted
emission that is within 2 MHz of the authorized band edge. If a peak detector is utilized, use the procedure
described in 13.2.1. Use the procedure described in 13.2.2 when using an average detector and the EUT can be
configured to transmit continuously (i.e., duty cycle 98%). Use the procedure described in 13.2.3 when using
an average detector and the EUT cannot be configured to transmit continuously but the duty cycle is constant (i.e.,
duty cycle variations are less than ± 2 percent). Use the procedure described in 13.2.4 when using an average
detector for those cases where the EUT cannot be configured to transmit continuously and the duty cycle is not
constant (duty cycle variations equal or exceed 2 percent).
When using a peak detector to measure unwanted emissions at or near the band edge (within 2 MHz of the
authorized band), the following integration procedure can be used.
Set instrument center frequency to the frequency of the emission to be measured (must be within 2 MHz of the
authorized band edge).
Set span to 2 MHz
RBW = 100 kHz.
VBW 3 x RBW.
Detector = peak.
Sweep time = auto.
Trace mode = max hold.
Allow sweep to continue until the trace stabilizes (required measurement time may increase for low duty cycle
applications)
Compute the power by integrating the spectrum over 1 MHz using the analyzer’s band power measurement
function with band limits set equal to the emission frequency (femission) ± 0.5 MHz. If the instrument does not have
a band power function, then sum the amplitude levels (in power units) at 100 kHz intervals extending across the 1
MHz spectrum defined by femission ± 0.5 MHz.
Standard method(The 99% OBW of the fundamental emission is without 2 MHz of the authorized band):
Span: Wide enough to capture the peak level of the emission operating on the channel closest to the band edge,
as well as any modulation products that fall outside of the authorized band of operation.
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Reference level: As required to keep the signal from exceeding the maximum instrument input mixer level for linear
operation. In general, the peak of the spectral envelope shall be more than [10 log (OBW/RBW)] below the
reference level. Specific guidance is given in 4.1.5.2.
Attenuation: Auto (at least 10 dB preferred).
Sweep time: Coupled.
Resolution bandwidth: 100 kHz.
Video bandwidth: 300 kHz.
Detector: Peak.
Trace: Max hold.
5.5.4 Test Result
Please refer to ANNEX A.4.
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5.6 Conducted Emission
5.6.1 Limit
FCC §15.207; RSS-GEN, 8.8
For an intentional radiator that is designed to be connected to the public utility (AC) power line, the radio frequency
voltage that is conducted back onto the AC power line on any frequency within the band 150 kHz to 30 MHz shall
not exceed the limits in the following table, as measured using a 50µH/50 line impedance stabilization network
(LISN).
Frequency range
(MHz)
Conducted Limit (dBµV)
Quai-peak Average
0.15 - 0.50 66 to 56 56 to 46
0.50 - 5 56 46
0.50 - 30 60 50
5.6.2 Test Setup
See section 4.4.2 for test setup description for the AC power supply port. The photo of test setup please refer to
ANNEX B.
5.6.3 Test Procedure
The maximum conducted interference is searched using Peak (PK), if the emission levels more than the AV and
QP limits, and that have narrow margins from the AV and QP limits will be re-measured with AV and QP detectors.
Tests for both L phase and N phase lines of the power mains connected to the EUT are performed. Refer to
recorded points and plots below.
Devices subject to Part 15 must be tested for all available U.S. voltages and frequencies (such as a nominal 120
VAC, 50/60 Hz and 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz) for which the device is capable of operation. A device rated for 50/60 Hz
operation need not be tested at both frequencies provided the radiated and line conducted emissions are the same
at both frequencies.
5.6.4 Test Result
Please refer to ANNEX A.5.
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5.7 Radiated Spurious Emission
5.7.1 Limit
FCC §15.209&15.247(c); RSS-247, 5.5
Radiated emission outside the frequency band attenuation below the general limits specified in FCC section
15.209(a) is not required. In addition, radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands, as defined in FCC
section 15.205(a), must also comply with the radiated emission limits specified in FCC section 15.209(a).
According to FCC section 15.209 (a), except as provided elsewhere in this subpart, the emissions from an
intentional radiator shall not exceed the field strength levels specified in the following table:
Frequency (MHz) Field Strength (µV/m) Measurement Distance (m)
0.009 - 0.490 2400/F(kHz) 300
0.490 - 1.705 24000/F(kHz) 30
1.705 - 30.0 30 30
30 - 88 100 3
88 - 216 150 3
216 - 960 200 3
Above 960 500 3
Note:
1. For Above 1000 MHz, the emission limit in this paragraph is based on measurement instrumentation
employing an average detector, measurement using instrumentation with a peak detector function,
corresponding to 20dB above the maximum permitted average limit.
2. For above 1000 MHz, limit field strength of harmonics: [email protected] (AV) and [email protected] (PK).
5.7.2 Test Setup
See section 4.4.3 to 4.4.5 for test setup description for the antenna port. The photo of test setup please refer to
ANNEX B.
5.7.3 Test Procedure
Since the emission limits are specified in terms of radiated field strength levels, measurements performed to
demonstrate compliance have traditionally relied on a radiated test configuration. Radiated measurements remain
the principal method for demonstrating compliance to the specified limits; however antenna-port conducted
measurements are also now acceptable to demonstrate compliance (see below for details). When radiated
measurements are utilized, test site requirements and procedures for maximizing and measuring radiated
emissions that are described in ANSI C63.10 shall be followed.
Antenna-port conducted measurements may also be used as an alternative to radiated measurements for
demonstrating compliance in the restricted frequency bands. If conducted measurements are performed, then
proper impedance matching must be ensured and an additional radiated test for cabinet/case spurious emissions
is required.
General Procedure for conducted measurements in restricted bands
a) Measure the conducted output power (in dBm) using the detector specified (see guidance regarding
measurement procedures for determining quasi-peak, peak, and average conducted output power, respectively).
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b) Add the maximum transmit antenna gain (in dBi) to the measured output power level to determine the EIRP
level (see guidance on determining the applicable antenna gain)
c) Add the appropriate maximum ground reflection factor to the EIRP level (6 dB for frequencies 30 MHz, 4.7 dB
for frequencies between 30 MHz and 1000 MHz, inclusive and 0 dB for frequencies > 1000 MHz).
d) For devices with multiple antenna-ports, measure the power of each individual chain and sum the EIRP of all
chains in linear terms (e.g., Watts, mW).
e) Convert the resultant EIRP level to an equivalent electric field strength using the following relationship:
E = EIRP – 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.
f) Compare the resultant electric field strength level to the applicable limit.
g) Perform radiated spurious emission test.
Quasi-Peak measurement procedure
The specifications for measurements using the CISPR quasi-peak detector can be found in Publication 16 of the
International Special Committee on Radio Frequency Interference (CISPR) of the International Electrotechnical
Commission.
As an alternative to CISPR quasi-peak measurement, compliance can be demonstrated to the applicable emission
limits using a peak detector.
Peak power measurement procedure
Peak emission levels are measured by setting the instrument as follows:
a) RBW = as specified in Table 1.
b) VBW 3 x RBW.
c) Detector = Peak.
d) Sweep time = auto.
e) Trace mode = max hold.
f) Allow sweeps to continue until the trace stabilizes. (Note that the required measurement time may be longer for
low duty cycle applications).
Table 1—RBW as a function of frequency
Frequency RBW
9-150 kHz 200-300 Hz
0.15-30 MHz 9-10 kHz
30-1000 MHz 100-120 kHz
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> 1000 MHz 1 MHz
If the peak-detected amplitude can be shown to comply with the average limit, then it is not necessary to perform
a separate average measurement.
Trace averaging across on and off times of the EUT transmissions followed by duty cycle correction
If continuous transmission of the EUT (i.e., duty cycle 98 percent) cannot be achieved and the duty cycle is
constant (i.e., duty cycle variations are less than ± 2 percent), then the following procedure shall be used:
a) The EUT shall be configured to operate at the maximum achievable duty cycle.
b) Measure the duty cycle, x, of the transmitter output signal as described in section 6.0.
c) RBW = 1 MHz (unless otherwise specified).
d) VBW 3 x RBW.
e) Detector = RMS, if span/(# of points in sweep) (RBW/2). Satisfying this condition may require increasing the
number of points in the sweep or reducing the span. If this condition cannot be satisfied, then the detector mode
shall be set to peak.
f) Averaging type = power (i.e., RMS).
1) As an alternative, the detector and averaging type may be set for linear voltage averaging.
2) Some instruments require linear display mode in order to use linear voltage averaging. Log or dB averaging
shall not be used.
g) Sweep time = auto.
h) Perform a trace average of at least 100 traces.
i) A correction factor shall be added to the measurement results prior to comparing to the emission limit in order to
compute the emission level that would have been measured had the test been performed at 100 percent duty cycle.
The correction factor is computed as follows:
1) If power averaging (RMS) mode was used in step f), then the applicable correction factor is 10 log(1/x), where
x is the duty cycle.
2) If linear voltage averaging mode was used in step f), then the applicable correction factor is 20 log(1/x), where
x is the duty cycle.
3) If a specific emission is demonstrated to be continuous ( 98 percent duty cycle) rather than turning on and off
with the transmit cycle, then no duty cycle correction is required for that emission.
NOTE: Reduction of the measured emission amplitude levels to account for operational duty factor is not permitted.
Compliance is based on emission levels occurring during transmission - not on an average across on and off times
of the transmitter.
Determining the applicable transmit antenna gain
A conducted power measurement will determine the maximum output power associated with a restricted band
emission; however, in order to determine the associated EIRP level, the gain of the transmitting antenna (in dBi)
must be added to the measured output power (in dBm).
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Since the out-of-band characteristics of the EUT transmit antenna will often be unknown, the use of a conservative
antenna gain value is necessary. Thus, when determining the EIRP based on the measured conducted power, the
upper bound on antenna gain for a device with a single RF output shall be selected as the maximum in-band gain
of the antenna across all operating bands, or 2 dBi, whichever is greater. However, for devices that operate in
multiple frequency bands while using the same transmit antenna, the highest gain of the antenna within the
operating band nearest in frequency to the restricted band emission being measured may be used in lieu of the
overall highest gain when the emission is at a frequency that is within 20 percent of the nearest band edge
frequency, but in no case shall a value less than 2 dBi be used.
See KDB 662911 for guidance on calculating the additional array gain term when determining the effective antenna
gain for a EUT with multiple outputs occupying the same or overlapping frequency ranges in the same band.
Radiated spurious emission test
An additional consideration when performing conducted measurements of restricted band emissions is that
unwanted emissions radiating from the EUT cabinet, control circuits, power leads, or intermediate circuit elements
will likely go undetected in a conducted measurement configuration. To address this concern, a radiated test shall
be performed to ensure that emissions emanating from the EUT cabinet (rather than the antenna port) also comply
with the applicable limits.
For these cabinet radiated spurious emission measurements the EUT transmit antenna may be replaced with a
termination matching the nominal impedance of the antenna. Procedures for performing radiated measurements
are specified in ANSI C63.10. All detected emissions shall comply with the applicable limits.
The measurement frequency range is from 30 MHz to the 10th harmonic of the fundamental frequency. The Turn
Table is actuated to turn from 0° to 360°, and both horizontal and vertical polarizations of the Test Antenna are
used to find the maximum radiated power. Mid channels on all channel bandwidth verified. Only the worst RB
size/offset presented.
The power of the EUT transmitting frequency should be ignored.
All Spurious Emission tests were performed in X, Y, Z axis direction. And only the worst axis test condition was
recorded in this test report.
Use the following spectrum analyzer settings:
Span = wide enough to fully capture the emission being measured
RBW = 1 MHz for f 1 GHz, 100 kHz for f < 1 GHz
VBW RBW
Sweep = auto
Detector function = peak
Trace = max hold
5.7.4 Test Result
Please refer to ANNEX A.6.
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5.8 Band Edge (Restricted-band band-edge)
5.8.1 Limit
FCC §15.209&15.247(c); RSS-247, 5.5
Radiated emission outside the frequency band attenuation below the general limits specified in FCC section
15.209(a) is not required. In addition, radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands, as defined in FCC
section 15.205(a), must also comply with the radiated emission limits specified in FCC section 15.209(a).
5.8.2 Test Setup
See section 4.4.1 for test setup description for the antenna port. The photo of test setup please refer to ANNEX B.
5.8.3 Test Procedure
The measurement frequency range is from 9 kHz to the 10th harmonic of the fundamental frequency. The Turn
Table is actuated to turn from 0° to 360°, and both horizontal and vertical polarizations of the Test Antenna are
used to find the maximum radiated power. Mid channels on all channel bandwidth verified. Only the worst RB
size/offset presented.
The power of the EUT transmitting frequency should be ignored.
All Spurious Emission tests were performed in X, Y, Z axis direction. And only the worst axis test condition was
recorded in this test report.
Use the following spectrum analyzer settings:
Span = wide enough to fully capture the emission being measured
RBW = 1 MHz for f 1 GHz, 100 kHz for f < 1 GHz
VBW RBW
Sweep = auto
Detector function = peak
Trace = max hold
For measurement below 1GHz, If the emission level of the EUT measured by the peak detector is 3 dB lower than
the applicable limit, the peak emission level will be reported, Otherwise, the emission measurement will be repeated
using the quasi-peak detector and reported.
For transmitters operating above 1 GHz repeat the measurement with an average detector.
5.8.4 Test Result
Please refer to ANNEX A.7.
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5.9 Power Spectral density (PSD)
5.9.1 Limit
FCC §15.247(d); RSS-247, 5.2 (2)
The same method of determining the conducted output power shall be used to determine the power spectral density.
If a peak output power is measured, then a peak power spectral density measurement is required. If an average
output power is measured, then an average power spectral density measurement should be used.
5.9.2 Test Setup
See section 4.4.1 for test setup description for the antenna port. The photo of test setup please refer to ANNEX B.
5.9.3 Test Procedure
Set analyzer center frequency to DTS channel center frequency.
Set the span to 1.5 times the DTS bandwidth.
Set the RBW to: 3 kHz RBW 100 kHz.
Set the VBW 3 RBW.
Detector = peak.
Sweep time = auto couple.
Trace mode = max hold.
Allow trace to fully stabilize.
Use the peak marker function to determine the maximum amplitude level within the RBW.
If measured value exceeds limit, reduce RBW (no less than 3 kHz) and repeat.
5.9.4 Test Result
Please refer to ANNEX A.8.
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ANNEX A TEST RESULT
A.1 Output Power
Duty Cycle
Test Mode Duty Cycle (%) T (ms) 1/T(kHz)
802.11b 0.97 8.67 0.12
802.11g 0.87 1.44 0.70
802.11n-20 MHz 0.87 1.34 0.75
802.11n-40 MHz 0.76 0.65 1.53
Peak Power Test Data
802.11b Mode:
Channel Measured Output Peak Power Limit Verdict
dBm mW dBm mW
Low 19.48 88.72
30 1000
Pass
Middle 19.44 87.90 Pass
High 19.67 92.68 Pass
802.11g Mode:
Channel Measured Output Peak Power Limit Verdict
dBm mW dBm mW
Low 25.27 336.51
30 1000
Pass
Middle 25.19 330.37 Pass
High 25.42 348.34 Pass
802.11n-20 MHz Mode:
Channel Measured Output Peak Power Limit Verdict
dBm mW dBm mW
Low 24.84 304.79
30 1000
Pass
Middle 24.58 287.08 Pass
High 24.84 304.79 Pass
802.11n-40 MHz Mode:
Channel Measured Output Peak Power Limit Verdict
dBm mW dBm mW
Low 23.39 218.27
30 1000
Pass
Middle 23.31 214.29 Pass
High 23.41 219.28 Pass
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A.2 Bandwidth
Test Data
802.11b Mode:
Channel 6 dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
99% Bandwidth
(MHz)
6 dB Bandwidth
Limits (kHz)
Low 10.1626 12.6194
500
Middle 10.1626 12.6194 500
High 10.1626 12.6194
500
802.11g Mode:
Channel 6 dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
99% Bandwidth
(MHz)
6 dB Bandwidth
Limits (kHz)
Low 16.4207 17.2504
500
Middle 16.4708 17.1925 500
High 16.6709 17.3082
500
802.11n-20MHz Mode:
Channel 6 dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
99% Bandwidth
(MHz)
6 dB Bandwidth
Limits (kHz)
Low 16.7709 17.8292
500
Middle 17.1213 17.8292 500
High 17.7219 17.9450
500
802.11n-40MHz Mode:
Channel 6 dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
99% Bandwidth
(MHz)
6 dB Bandwidth
Limits (kHz)
Low 36.4226 36.1000
500
Middle 36.0725 36.1000 500
High 35.1719 36.1000
500
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Test plots
6 dB Bandwidth:
802.11b LOW CHANNEL 802.11b MIDDLE CHANNEL
802.11b HIGH CHANNEL 802.11g LOW CHANNEL
802.11g MIDDLE CHANNEL 802.11g HIGH CHANNEL
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802.11n-20 MHz LOW CHANNEL 802.11 n-20 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL
802.11n-20 MHz HIGH CHANNEL 802.11n-40 MHz LOW CHANNEL
802.11n-40 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL 802.11n-40 MHz HIGH CHANNEL
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99% Bandwidth:
802.11b LOW CHANNEL 802.11b MIDDLE CHANNEL
802.11b HIGH CHANNEL 802.11g LOW CHANNEL
802.11g MIDDLE CHANNEL 802.11g HIGH CHANNEL
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802.11n-20 MHz LOW CHANNEL 802.11 n-20 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL
802.11n-20 MHz HIGH CHANNEL 802.11n-40 MHz LOW CHANNEL
802.11n-40 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL 802.11n-40 MHz HIGH CHANNEL
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A.3 Conducted Spurious Emissions
Test Data
802.11b Mode:
Channel Measured Max. Out of
Band Emission (dBm)
Limit (dBm)
Verdict
Carrier Level Calculated 20
dBc Limit
Low -27.45 6.00 -14.00 Pass
Middle -28.80 5.77 -14.23 Pass
High -28.91 5.90 -14.10 Pass
802.11g Mode:
Channel Measured Max. Out of
Band Emission (dBm)
Limit (dBm)
Verdict
Carrier Level Calculated 20
dBc Limit
Low -28.31 6.11 -13.89 Pass
Middle -28.47 6.29 -13.71 Pass
High -28.94 6.70 -13.30 Pass
802.11n-20MHz Mode:
Channel Measured Max. Out of
Band Emission (dBm)
Limit (dBm)
Verdict
Carrier Level Calculated 20
dBc Limit
Low -28.81 5.99 -14.01 Pass
Middle -28.70 5.83 -14.17 Pass
High -28.94 6.18 -13.82 Pass
802.11n-40MHz Mode:
Channel Measured Max. Out of
Band Emission (dBm)
Limit (dBm)
Verdict
Carrier Level Calculated 20
dBc Limit
Low -27.59 1.39 -18.61 Pass
Middle -27.90 1.12 -18.88 Pass
High -27.89 0.84 -19.16 Pass
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Test Plots
802.11b LOW CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
802.11b LOW CHANNEL, SPURIOUS 30 MHz ~ 3
GHz
802.11b LOW CHANNEL, SPURIOUS 2 GHz ~ 25
GHz
802.11b MIDDLE CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
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802.11b MIDDLE CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11b MIDDLE CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
802.11b HIGH CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
802.11b HIGH CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11b HIGH CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
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802.11g LOW CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
802.11g LOW CHANNEL, SPURIOUS 30 MHz ~ 3
GHz
802.11g LOW CHANNEL, SPURIOUS 2 GHz ~ 25
GHz
802.11g MIDDLE CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
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802.11g MIDDLE CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11g MIDDLE CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
802.11g HIGH CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
802.11g HIGH CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11g HIGH CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
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802.11n-20 MHz LOW CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
802.11n-20 MHz LOW CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11n-20 MHz LOW CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
802.11n-20 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL CARRIER
LEVEL
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802.11n-20 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11n-20 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
802.11n-20 MHz HIGH CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
802.11n-20 MHz HIGH CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11n-20 MHz HIGH CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
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802.11n-40 MHz LOW CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
802.11n-40 MHz LOW CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11n-40 MHz LOW CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
802.11n-40 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL CARRIER
LEVEL
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802.11n-40 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11n-40 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
802.11n-40 MHz HIGH CHANNEL CARRIER LEVEL
802.11-n40 MHz HIGH CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
30 MHz ~ 3 GHz
802.11n-40 MHz HIGH CHANNEL, SPURIOUS
2 GHz ~ 25 GHz
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A.4 Band Edge (Authorized-band band-edge)
Test Data
Note: The 99% OBW of the fundamental emission is without 2 MHz of the authorized band.
802.11b Mode
Channel Measured Max. Band
Edge Emission (dBm)
Limit (dBm)
Verdict
Carrier Level Calculated 20
dBc Limit
Low Channel -44.2 6.0 -14.0 Pass
High Channel -52.9 5.9 -14.1 Pass
802.11g Mode
Channel Measured Max. Band
Edge Emission (dBm)
Limit (dBm)
Verdict
Carrier Level Calculated 20
dBc Limit
Low Channel -28.76 6.11 -13.89 Pass
High Channel -35.46 6.70 -13.30 Pass
802.11n-20 MHz Mode:
Channel Measured Max. Band
Edge Emission (dBm)
Limit (dBm)
Verdict
Carrier Level Calculated 20
dBc Limit
Low Channel -32.24 5.99 -14.01 Pass
High Channel -35.98 6.18 -13.82 Pass
802.11n-40 MHz Mode:
Channel Measured Max. Band
Edge Emission (dBm)
Limit (dBm)
Verdict
Carrier Level Calculated 20
dBc Limit
Low Channel -39.17 1.39 -18.61 Pass
High Channel -39.18 0.84 -19.16 Pass
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Test Plots
802.11b LOW CHANNEL, Carrier level 802.11b LOW CHANNEL, Band Edge
802.11b HIGH CHANNEL, Carrier level 802.11b HIGH CHANNEL, Band Edge
802.11g LOW CHANNEL, Carrier level 802.11g LOW CHANNEL, Band Edge
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802.11g HIGH CHANNEL, Carrier level 802.11g HIGH CHANNEL, Band Edge
802.11n-20 MHz LOW CHANNEL, Carrier level 802.11n-20 MHz LOW CHANNEL, Band Edge
802.11n-20 MHz HIGH CHANNEL, Carrier level 802.11n-20 MHz HIGH CHANNEL, Band Edge
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802.11n-40 MHz LOW CHANNEL, Carrier level 802.11n-40 MHz LOW CHANNEL, Band Edge
802.11n-40 MHz HIGH CHANNEL, Carrier level 802.11n-40 MHz HIGH CHANNEL, Band Edge
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A.5 Conducted Emissions
Note 1: All configurations have been tested, only the worst configuration (802.11b High Channel) shown here.
Test Data and Plots
CONFIGURATION A+ C-P35 (Huntkey)
PHASE L
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Line Verdict
1 0.174 39.8 11.00 64.8 25.00 Peak L Line Pass
1** 0.174 21.8 11.00 54.8 33.00 AV L Line Pass
2 0.598 33.8 11.00 56.0 22.20 Peak L Line Pass
2** 0.598 21.8 11.00 46.0 24.20 AV L Line Pass
3 2.092 30.5 11.00 56.0 25.50 Peak L Line Pass
3** 2.092 19.4 11.00 46.0 26.60 AV L Line Pass
4 15.210 40.3 11.00 60.0 19.70 Peak L Line Pass
4** 15.210 23.3 11.00 50.0 26.70 AV L Line Pass
5 21.652 48.1 11.00 60.0 11.90 Peak L Line Pass
5** 21.652 24.2 11.00 50.0 25.80 AV L Line Pass
6 23.644 44.2 11.00 60.0 15.80 Peak L Line Pass
6** 23.644 23.3 11.00 50.0 26.70 AV L Line Pass
M6
M5
M4
M3
M2
M1
70
10
20
30
40
50
60
Frequency (MHz)
30
0.15
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PHASE N
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Line Verdict
1 0.160 40.9 11.00 65.5 24.60 Peak N Line Pass
1** 0.160 23.3 11.00 55.5 32.20 AV N Line Pass
2 0.236 38.7 11.00 62.2 23.50 Peak N Line Pass
2** 0.236 23.7 11.00 52.2 28.50 AV N Line Pass
3 1.618 32.2 11.00 56.0 23.80 Peak N Line Pass
3** 1.618 18.4 11.00 46.0 27.60 AV N Line Pass
4 12.178 37.1 11.00 60.0 22.90 Peak N Line Pass
4** 12.178 20.3 11.00 50.0 29.70 AV N Line Pass
5 15.356 38.5 11.00 60.0 21.50 Peak N Line Pass
5** 15.356 22.5 11.00 50.0 27.50 AV N Line Pass
6 21.714 43.4 11.00 60.0 16.60 Peak N Line Pass
6** 21.714 24.1 11.00 50.0 25.90 AV N Line Pass
M6
M5
M4
M3
M2
M1
70
10
20
30
40
50
60
Frequency (MHz)
30
0.15
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A.6 Radiated Emission
The low frequency, which started from 9 kHz to 30 MHz, was pre-scanned and the result which was 20 dB lower
than the limit line per 15.31(o) was not reported.
Test Data and Plots (30 MHz ~ 1 GHz)
Note : The bold frequency is the fundamental.
Low Channel 30 MHz to 1 GHz, ANT V
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV/m)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Table
(o)
Height
(cm)
ANT Verdict
1 33.152 19.91 -16.73 30.0 10.09 Peak 0.00 200 Vertical Pass
2 81.397 26.62 -19.76 30.0 3.38 Peak 167.00 100 Vertical Pass
3 100.550 20.21 -16.10 33.5 13.29 Peak 92.00 100 Vertical Pass
4 125.764 21.06 -18.88 33.5 12.44 Peak 232.00 100 Vertical Pass
5 499.848 26.13 -9.12 36.0 9.87 Peak 335.00 300 Vertical Pass
6 774.774 27.49 -4.21 36.0 8.51 Peak 75.00 300 Vertical Pass
M6
M5
M4
M3
M2
M1
70
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Frequency (MHz)
1000
30 50 100 200 400 600 800
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Low Channel 30 MHz to 1 GHz, ANT H
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV/m)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Table
(o)
Height
(cm)
ANT Verdi
ct
1 81.155 15.74 -19.77 30.0 14.26 Peak 44.00 200 Horizontal Pass
2 125.764 26.34 -18.88 33.5 7.16 Peak 360.00 200 Horizontal Pass
3 263.954 16.63 -14.17 36.0 19.37 Peak 75.00 200 Horizontal Pass
4 359.960 26.19 -11.69 36.0 9.81 Peak 113.00 200 Horizontal Pass
5 499.848 26.75 -9.12 36.0 9.25 Peak 133.00 200 Horizontal Pass
6 774.774 30.59 -4.21 36.0 5.41 Peak 165.00 100 Horizontal Pass
M6
M5
M4
M3
M2
M1
70
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
Frequency (MHz)
1000
30 50 100 200 400 600 800
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Test Data and Plots (1 GHz ~ 10th Harmonic)
Note 1: The marked is the harmonic signal.
Note 2: Measuring frequencies from 1 GHz to the 10th harmonic of highest fundamental frequency.
Note 3: Emissions radiated outside of the specified frequency bands, except for harmonics, shall be attenuated
by at least 50 dB below the level of the fundamental or to the general radiated emission limits in §15.209,
whichever is the lesser attenuation.
Note 4: Measurements above show only up to 6 maximum emissions noted, or would be lesser if no specific emissions
from the EUT are recorded (ie: margin>20 dB from the applicable limit) and considered that's already beyond the
background noise floor.
Note 5: Radiated emissions measured in frequency above 1000 MHz were made with an instrument using Peak
detector mode and average detector mode of the emission shown in Actual FS column.
Note 6: Only show the worst data on the test report.
The worst data
11b low channel
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV/m)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Table
(o)
Height
(cm)
ANT Verdi
ct
1 1312.000 42.29 -2.11 74.0 31.71 Peak 87.00 100 Horizontal Pass
2 2419.600 93.86 1.11 74.0 -19.86 Peak 64.00 100 Horizontal N/A
3 2452.100 54.56 0.85 74.0 19.44 Peak 168.00 100 Horizontal Pass
4 2613.300 47.60 2.07 74.0 26.40 Peak 1.00 100 Horizontal Pass
5 3284.750 47.06 4.60 74.0 26.94 Peak 4.00 100 Horizontal Pass
6 4822.200 48.48 10.77 74.0 25.52 Peak 5.00 100 Horizontal Pass
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV/m)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Table
(o)
Height
(cm)
ANT Verdict
1 1363.350 41.71 -1.88 74.0 32.29 Peak 24.70 100 Vertical Pass
2 2412.450 103.58 1.53 74.0 -29.58 Peak 198.70 100 Vertical N/A
3 2720.550 47.12 3.15 74.0 26.88 Peak 141.10 100 Vertical Pass
4 3473.250 47.33 4.98 74.0 26.67 Peak 232.90 100 Vertical Pass
5 4333.800 46.27 9.79 74.0 27.73 Peak 360.00 100 Vertical Pass
6 5508.600 49.66 11.63 74.0 24.34 Peak 199.60 100 Vertical Pass
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11b Middle channel
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV/m)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Table
(o)
Height
(cm)
ANT Verdict
1 1514.150 41.16 -2.01 74.0 32.84 Peak 359.00 100 Vertical Pass
2 2174.550 45.80 1.26 74.0 28.20 Peak 345.70 100 Vertical Pass
3 2444.300 103.26 0.82 74.0 -29.26 Peak 311.90 100 Vertical N/A
4 3249.650 47.11 4.59 74.0 26.89 Peak 355.60 100 Vertical Pass
5 4819.800 47.97 10.74 74.0 26.03 Peak 295.10 100 Vertical Pass
6 5133.600 48.80 11.52 74.0 25.20 Peak 358.50 100 Vertical Pass
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV/m)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Table
(o)
Height
(cm)
ANT Verdi
ct
1 1758.550 41.35 -2.34 74.0 32.65 Peak 128.40 100 Horizontal Pass
2 2443.650 95.27 1.28 74.0 -21.27 Peak 197.80 100 Horizontal N/A
3 3101.450 46.19 4.57 74.0 27.81 Peak 303.20 100 Horizontal Pass
4 3559.700 47.17 5.46 74.0 26.83 Peak 360.00 100 Horizontal Pass
5 4752.000 47.29 10.67 74.0 26.71 Peak 358.00 100 Horizontal Pass
6 5352.600 49.44 11.78 74.0 24.56 Peak 209.40 100 Horizontal Pass
11b High channel
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV/m)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Table
(o)
Height
(cm)
ANT Verdi
ct
1 1977.600 41.70 -0.25 74.0 32.30 Peak 360.00 100 Horizontal Pass
2 2457.950 92.17 0.56 74.0 -18.17 Peak 219.90 100 Horizontal N/A
3 3165.150 47.35 5.05 74.0 26.65 Peak 92.30 100 Horizontal Pass
4 4382.400 46.08 9.43 74.0 27.92 Peak 358.40 100 Horizontal Pass
5 4922.400 49.01 10.72 74.0 24.99 Peak 55.60 100 Horizontal Pass
6 5827.800 49.32 11.60 74.0 24.68 Peak 175.50 100 Horizontal Pass
No. Frequency
(MHz)
Results
(dBuV/m)
Factor (dB) Limit
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Detector Table
(o)
Height
(cm)
ANT Verdict
1 1715.650 41.13 -1.79 74.0 32.87 Peak 68.80 100 Vertical Pass
2 2461.200 102.30 0.70 74.0 -28.30 Peak 327.80 100 Vertical N/A
3 2694.550 46.04 3.88 74.0 27.96 Peak 34.80 100 Vertical Pass
4 3282.150 47.78 4.50 74.0 26.22 Peak 169.30 100 Vertical Pass
5 4518.600 46.41 9.93 74.0 27.59 Peak 89.30 100 Vertical Pass
6 4921.800 48.66 10.90 74.0 25.34 Peak 200.40 100 Vertical Pass
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Restricted-band band-edge
802.11b LOW CHANNEL , PEAK 802.11b HIGH CHANNEL , PEAK
802.11g LOW CHANNEL , PEAK 802.11g HIGH CHANNEL , PEAK
802.11n-20 LOW CHANNEL , PEAK 802.11n-20 HIGH CHANNEL , PEAK
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802.11n-40 LOW CHANNEL , PEAK 802.11n-40 HIGH CHANNEL , PEAK
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A.7 Band Edge (Restricted-band band-edge)
Test Data
Note 1: The lowest and highest channels are tested to verify the band edge emissions. Please refer to the following
the plots for emissions values.
Note 2: The test data all are tested in the vertical and horizontal antenna which the trace is max hold. So these
plots have shown the worst case.
Note 3: According the ANSI C63.10-2013, where limits are specified for both average and peak (or quasi-peak)
detector functions, if the peak (or quasi-peak) measured value complies with the average limit, it is unnecessary
to perform an average measurement.
Test Mode Test
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Level
(dBuV/m)
Limit
Line
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB) Remark Verdict
802.11b
Low 2390 45.78 74.00 28.22 PEAK Pass
2390 N/A 54.00 N/A AVERAGE N/A
HIGH 2483.5 65.01 74.00 8.99 PEAK Pass
2483.5 45.36 54.00 8.64 AVERAGE Pass
802.11g
Low 2390 62.34 74.00 11.66 PEAK Pass
2390 48.21 54.00 5.79 AVERAGE Pass
HIGH 2483.5 70.13 74.00 3.87 PEAK Pass
2483.5 52.34 54.00 1.66 AVERAGE Pass
802.11n20
Low 2390 70.48 74.00 3.52 PEAK Pass
2390 50.45 54.00 3.55 AVERAGE Pass
HIGH 2483.5 73.30 74.00 0.70 PEAK Pass
2483.5 48.40 54.00 5.61 AVERAGE Pass
802.11n40
Low 2390 67.95 74.00 6.05 PEAK Pass
2390 50.63 54.00 3.38 AVERAGE Pass
HIGH 2483.5 64.98 74.00 9.02 PEAK Pass
2483.5 45.38 54.00 8.62 AVERAGE Pass
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802.11b Mode
LOW CHANNEL, PEAK
HIGH CHANNEL, PEAK HIGH CHANNEL, AV
802.11g Mode
LOW CHANNEL, PEAK LOW CHANNEL, AV
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HIGH CHANNEL, PEAK HIGH CHANNEL, AV
802.11n-20 MHz Mode
LOW CHANNEL, PEAK LOW CHANNEL, AV
HIGH CHANNEL, PEAK HIGH CHANNEL, AV
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802.11n-40 MHz Mode
LOW CHANNEL, PEAK LOW CHANNEL, AV
HIGH CHANNEL, PEAK HIGH CHANNEL, AV
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A.8 Power Spectral Density (PSD)
Test Data
802.11b Mode:
Channel Spectral power density
(dBm/3kHz) Limit (dBm/3kHz)
Low 5.04 8
Middle 4.77 8
High 5.03 8
802.11g Mode:
Channel Spectral power density
(dBm/3kHz)
Limit (dBm/3kHz)
Low -9.06 8
Middle -9.61 8
High -10.2 8
802.11n-20 MHz Mode:
Channel Spectral power density
(dBm/3kHz)
Limit (dBm/3kHz)
Low -9.15 8
Middle -9.25 8
High -9.65 8
802.11n-40 MHz Mode:
Channel Spectral power density
(dBm/3kHz)
Limit (dBm/3kHz)
Low -12.31 8
Middle -14.36 8
High -12.15 8
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Test plots
802.11b LOW CHANNEL 802.11b MIDDLE CHANNEL
802.11b HIGH CHANNEL 802.11g LOW CHANNEL
802.11g MIDDLE CHANNEL 802.11g HIGH CHANNEL
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802.11n-20 MHz LOW CHANNEL 802.11 n-20 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL
802.11n-20 MHz HIGH CHANNEL 802.11n-40 MHz LOW CHANNEL
802.11n-40 MHz MIDDLE CHANNEL 802.11n-40 MHz HIGH CHANNEL
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ANNEX B TEST SETUP PHOTOS
Please refer the document “BL-SZ16B0385-AR.pdf”.
ANNEX C EUT EXTERNAL PHOTOS
Please refer the document “BL- SZ16B0385-AW.pdf”.
ANNEX D EUT INTERNAL PHOTOS
Please refer the document “BL- SZ16B0385-AI.pdf”.
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