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SAR Test Report
Prepared for: Taser International, Inc.
Model: AX1006
Description: Body Worn POV Camera System
Serial Number: DVR FCC TEST1, DVR FCC TEST4, Controller FCC TEST1
FCC ID: X4G-S00146
IC: 8803A-S00146
Date of Issue: January 9, 2017
On the behalf of the applicant:
Taser International, Inc.
17800 N. 85th St.
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Attention of:
Bryan Chiles, Technical Compliance Manager
Ph: (480)502-6260
E-Mail: [email protected]er.com
Prepared By
Compliance Testing, LLC
1724 S. Nevada Way
Mesa, AZ 85204
(480) 926-3100 phone / (480) 926-3598 fax
www.compliancetesting.com
Project No: p1670007
Poona Saber
Project Test Engineer
I attest to the accuracy and completeness of these measurements taken and the data presented, and for the qualifications
of all persons taking them. It is further stated that upon the basis of the measurements made, the equipment evaluated is
capable of compliance for localized specific absorption rate (SAR) for uncontrolled environment/general population
exposure limits specified in ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1999.
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Test Report Revision History
Revision
Date
Revised By
Reason for Revision
1.0
12/10/2016
Poona Saber
Original Document
2.0
12/21/2016
Poona Saber
Revised the testing dates, linearization data and system
performance data
Remove OFDM data
Added Bluetooth modulation
Revised fluid validation dates on page 21
3.0
12/22/2016
Poona Saber
Revised the conversion factor of the body probe on Appendix B
Revised dates on Appendix A
4.0
12/22/16
Poona Saber
Updated test date on System Performance table
5.0
12/22/16
Poona Saber
Revised the validation value for 5750 body fluid
6.0
12/29/16
Amanda Reed
Updated zip code
7.0
1/4/2017
Poona Saber
Updated KDB versions on page 4,
Updated probe name on equipment list
Added test reduction and separation distance explanations
Changed frequency range on page 5
8.0
1/9/17
Poona Saber
Updated the frequency range and maximum SAR for body and
head separately in table on page 5
Added a note regarding simultaneous transmission on page 10
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Table of Contents
Description Page
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 4
EUT Description ...................................................................................................................................... 5
EUT Accessories .................................................................................................................................... 6
SAR Measurement Results For Head Tissue Simulating Liquid ............................................................ 7
SAR Measurement Results For Body Tissue Simulating Liquid ............................................................ 8
SAR Measurement System .................................................................................................................. 12
EAR Reference Point ............................................................................................................................ 14
Positioning for Cheek/Touch ................................................................................................................. 15
Body Worn Configurations .................................................................................................................... 16
Data Evaluation Procedures ................................................................................................................. 17
System Performance Check ................................................................................................................. 19
Tissue Verification ................................................................................................................................. 21
Robot System Specifications ................................................................................................................ 23
Phantom(s): .......................................................................................................................................... 24
SAR Measurement System .................................................................................................................. 25
Test Equipment Utilized ........................................................................................................................ 28
Measurement Uncertainties .................................................................................................................. 29
References ............................................................................................................................................ 33
EUT Test Setup Photos ........................................................................................................................ 34
List of Appendices ................................................................................................................................. 36
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Introduction
This measurement report demonstrates that AX1006, FCC ID: X4G-S00146 as described within this report complies with
the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) RF exposure requirements specified in ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1999, FCC 47 CFR
§2.1093 and RSS-102 for General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure.
The test results herein were based on a representative sample and therefore only apply to the sample tested.
A description of the device under test, device operating configuration and test conditions, measurement and site
description, methodology and procedures used in the evaluation, equipment used, detailed summary of the test results
and the various provisions of the rules are included in this dosimetry assessment test report.
Test and Measurement Data
The wireless device referenced in this report was found to be compliant for localized SAR for uncontrolled/general
population exposure limits as specified in ANSI/IEEE Std.C95.1-1992 and has been tested in accordance with
measurement procedures specified in IEEE 1528-2013 and EN/IEC 62209:2010
References
Description
FCC KDB 447498 D01v06r02
General SAR Guidance
FCC KDB 865664 D01
SAR measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz v01r04
FCC KDB 865664 D02
SAR Reporting v01r02
IEEE Std. 1528-2013
IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Averaged
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless
Communication Devices: Measurement Techniques, June 2013
IEC 62209-1
Procedure to measure the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for hand-held
devices used in close proximity of the ear (frequency range 300MHz to
3GHz), February 2005
IEC 62209-2
Procedure to measure the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for hand-held
devices used in close proximity of the ear (frequency range 30MHz to
6GHz), February 2010
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EUT Description
EUT:
AX1006
Test Dates:
11/30/16-12/14/2016
RF Exposure Environment:
Uncontrolled Exposure/General Population
RF Exposure Category:
Portable
Power Supply:
Internal Battery
Antenna:
Integral
Production/prototype:
Production
Modulations Tested:
DSSS-OFDM-GFSK
Duty Cycle:
100%
TX Range:
2400-2483.5 MHz
5725-5850 MHz
Max SAR Measured:
1.43 W/kg -Head Tissue simulating liquid
1.28 W/kg- Body Tissue simulating liquid
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EUT Accessories
Accessories:
Qty
Description
Manufacturer
Model
S/N
1
Controller
Taser
N/A
N/A
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SAR Measurement Results For Head Tissue Simulating Liquid
SAR MEASUREMENT RESULTS
General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure
FCC/IC Spatial Peak SAR Limit 1.6W/kg
Channel
Freq
(MHz)
Power
(dBm)
Test Mode
Battery
Type
Accessory
EUT Position
and
Separation
Distance
SAR 1g
(mW/g)
100%
Duty
Cycle
Drift
%
Compensated
SAR
11
2462
18.26
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Back
(5mm)
0.042
0.064
0.042
11
2462
18.79
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Back
(5mm)
0.042
0.064
0.042
11
2462
18.26
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.321
-2.48
0.321
11
2462
18.79
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.399
1.14
0.399
11
2462
18.26
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Right
Side
(5mm)
0.044
12.97
0.049
11
2462
18.79
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Right
Side
(5mm)
0.049
5.15
0.051
11
2462
18.26
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.469
-0.57
0.469
1
2412
18.20
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.405
0.162
0.405
6
2437
18.23
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.488
-1.55
0.488
11
2462
18.79
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.458
-0.36
0.458
1
2412
18.75
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.394
-0.245
0.394
6
2437
18.7
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.459
0
0.459
165
5825
18.96
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.355
4.07
0.355
165
5825
18.66
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.355
4.07
0.355
149
5745
18.06
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.386
2.52
0.386
157
5785
18.13
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.498
4.38
0.498
165
5825
18.96
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Right
Side
(5mm)
0.126
7.36
0.135
165
5825
18.66
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Right
Side
(5mm)
0.121
1.72
0.121
165
5825
18.96
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.39
-0.97
1.39
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SAR Measurement Results For Body Tissue Simulating Liquid
149
5745
18.14
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.1
-1.74
1.1
157
5785
18.29
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.43
-1.92
1.43
165
5825
18.66
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.37
-1.29
1.37
149
5745
18.06
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.39
-2.47
1.39
157
5785
18.13
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.43
0.9
1.43
SAR MEASUREMENT RESULTS
General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure
FCC/IC Spatial Peak SAR Limit 1.6W/kg
Channel
Freq
(MHz)
Power
(dBm)
Test Mode
Battery
Type
Accessory
EUT Position
and
Separation
Distance
SAR 1g
(mW/g)
100%
Duty
Cycle
Drift
%
Compensated
SAR
1
2402
9.41
BLE
Li-ion
None
Camera top
(0mm)
0.029
4.62
0.029
SAR MEASUREMENT RESULTS
General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure
FCC/IC Spatial Peak SAR Limit 1.6W/kg
Channel
Freq
(MHz)
Power
(dBm)
Test Mode
Battery
Type
Accessory
EUT Position
and
Separation
Distance
SAR 1g
(mW/g)
100%
Duty
Cycle
Drift
%
Compensated
SAR
11
2462
18.26
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Back
(5mm)
0.047
6.92
0.047
11
2462
18.79
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Back
(5mm)
0.06
4.86
0.06
11
2462
18.26
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.333
-8.3
0.36
11
2462
18.79
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.256
-3.68
0.256
11
2462
18.26
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Right
Side
(5mm)
0.047
6.92
0.05
11
2462
18.79
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Right
Side
(5mm)
0.059
1.29
0.059
11
2462
18.26
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.681
-0.1
0.681
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1
2412
18.2
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.656
0.34
0.656
6
2437
18.23
802.11 b
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.681
-0.1
0.681
11
2462
18.79
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.554
0.37
0.554
1
2412
18.75
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.554
0.06
0.554
6
2437
18.7
802.11 g
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
0.686
0.5
0.686
165
5825
18.96
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.401
1.68
0.401
157
5785
18.29
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.583
5.36
0.614
149
5745
18.14
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.471
3.5
0.471
165
5825
18.66
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.565
2.92
0.565
157
5785
18.13.
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.538
5.34
0.566
149
5745
18.06
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Left
Side
(5mm)
0.539
4.77
0.539
165
5825
18.96
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.04
2.25
1.04
149
5745
18.14
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.26
0.78
1.26
157
5785
18.29
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.04
2.25
1.04
165
5825
18.66
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.28
1.93
1.28
149
5745
18.06
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.22
-0.55
1.22
157
5785
18.13
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Top
(0mm)
1.28
1.93
1.28
165
5825
18.96
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Right
Side
(5mm)
0.145
3.33
0.145
165
5825
18.66
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Right
Side
(5mm)
0.141
9.25
0.154
165
5825
18.96
802.11 a
Li-ion
None
Camera Back
(5mm)
0.193
2.4
0.193
165
5825
18.66
802.11 n
Li-ion
None
Camera Back
(5mm)
0.191
0.54
0.191
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Drift Measurements & measured SAR compensation:
The drift is recorded as the percent difference of the secondary reference measurement,
Ref secondary (SAR or conducted power), from the primary reference measurement, Ref primary:
Drift = 100% · (Ref secondary Ref primary) / Ref primary
Commercial handsets should have SAR drifts within ± 5%. Some devices could have significant fluctuations in output
power that are not classifiable as undesirable power drift but rather are a characteristic of the normal operating behavior
of the device. In this case, other methods such as SAR scaling shall be considered so that a conservative SAR is
obtained.
If the SAR drift is within 5%, then it shall be treated either as an uncertainty (i.e., random error) or a systematic offset. If
the drift is larger than 5%, the measurement drift shall be considered a systematic offset rather than an uncertainty
If treated as a systematic offset and correction of the zoom scan values has not been performed as previously described,
apply a correction to the measured SAR value, i.e., by adding the absolute difference to the determined value if the drift is
either negative or positive:
SAR compensated = SAR measured · (1 + |Drift|/100%)
Test separation distance:
EUT is categorized as body-worn accessory SAR compliance and the minimum distance of testing was determined as 0
mm for the side that has magnets on as that is the side that sits on the clips accessory which goes on glasses or neck or
body. For other sides of the EUT as it is undefined and used on the body of the user a conservative minimum test
separation of 5 mm was used.
SAR test Reduction:
Per KDB 447498 D01 testing of other required channels within the operating mode of a frequency is not required when
the reported 1-g or 10-g SAR for the mid-band or highest output power channel is <= 0.4 W/kg or 1.0 W/kg, for 1-g or 10-g
respectively, when the transmission band is >= 200 MHz
Note: Bluetooth and WiFi simultaneous transmission is not applicable.
SAR MEASUREMENT RESULTS
General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure
FCC/IC Spatial Peak SAR Limit 1.6W/kg
Channel
Freq
(MHz)
Power
(dBm)
Test Mode
Battery
Type
Accessory
EUT Position
and
Separation
Distance
SAR 1g
(mW/g)
100%
Duty
Cycle
Drift
%
Compensated
SAR
1
2402
9.41
BLE
Li-ion
None
Camera top
(0mm)
0.035
7.3
0.037
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SAR Definition
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is defined as the time derivative (rate) of the incremental energy (dU) absorbed by
(dissipated in) an incremental mass (dm) contained in a volume element (dV) of a given density (ρ). It is also defined as
the rate of RF energy absorption per unit mass at a point in an absorbing body (see Fig. 1.1).
)()( dv
dU
dt
d
dm
dU
dt
d
SAR
Figure 1.1
SAR Mathematical Equation
SAR is expressed in units of Watts per Kilogram (W/kg).
SAR = σ E2/ ρ
where:
σ - conductivity of the tissue - simulant material (S/m)
ρ - mass density of the tissue - simulant material (kg/m3)
E - Total RMS electric field strength (V/m)
NOTE: The primary factors that control rate of energy absorption were found to be the wavelength of the incident field in
relations to the dimensions and geometry of the irradiated organism, the orientation of the organism in relation to the
polarity of field vectors, the presence of reflecting surfaces, and whether conductive contact is made by the organism with
a ground plane.
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SAR Measurement System
The SAR measurements used for this evaluation were performed using a DASY4 Dosimetric Assessment System
(DASY™) manufactured by Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (SPEAG™) of Zurich, Switzerland. The DASY4
measurement system is comprised of the measurement server, robot controller, computer, near-field probe, probe
alignment sensor, specific anthropomorphic mannequin (SAM) phantom, and various planar phantoms for brain and/or
body SAR evaluations. The robot is a six-axis industrial robot performing precise movements to position the probe to the
location (points) of maximum electromagnetic field (EMF). The Cell controller system contain the power supply, robot
controller, teach pendant (Joystick), and remote control, is used to drive the robot motors. The Staubli robot is connected
to the cell controller to allow software manipulation of the robot. A data acquisition electronic (DAE) circuit performs the
signal amplification, signal multiplexing, AD-conversion, offset measurements, mechanical surface detection, collision
detection, etc. is connected to the Electro-optical coupler (EOC). The EOC performs the conversion from the optical into
digital electric signal of the DAE and transfers data to the DASY4 measurement server. The DAE3 utilizes a highly
sensitive electrometer-grade preamplifier with auto-zeroing, a channel and gain-switching multiplexer, a fast 16-bit AD-
converter and a command decoder and control logic unit.
Transmission to the DASY4 measurement server is accomplished through an optical downlink for data and status
information and an optical uplink for commands and clock lines. The mechanical probe-mounting device includes two
different sensor systems for frontal and sidewise probe contacts. The sensor systems are also used for mechanical
surface detection and probe collision detection. The robot uses its own controller with a built in VME-bus computer.
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Side view of ERPs
EAR Reference Point
Figure 12.1 shows the front, back and side views of the SAM Twin Phantom. The point M is the reference point for the
center of the mouth, LE is the left ear reference point (ERP), and RE is the right ERP. The ERPs are 15mm posterior to
the entrance to the ear canal (EEC) along the B-M line (Back-Mouth), as shown in Figure 12.2. The plane passing through
the two ear canals and M is defined as the Reference Plane. The line N-F (Neck-Front) is perpendicular to the reference
plane and passing through the RE (or LE) is called the Reference Pivoting. Line B-M is perpendicular to the N-F line. Both
N-F and B-M lines are marked on the external phantom shell to facilitate handset positioning.
Handset Reference Points
Two imaginary lines on the handset were established: the vertical centerline and the horizontal line. The test device was
placed in a normal operating position with the test device reference point located along the vertical centerline on the front
of the device aligned to the ear reference point. The test device reference point was than located at the same level as the
center of the ear reference point. The test device was positioned so that the vertical centerline was bisecting the front
surface of the handset at its top and bottom edges, positioning the ear reference point on the outer surface of the both the
left and right head phantoms on the ear reference point.
Front, back and side view of SAM Twin Phantom
Handset Vertical Center & Horizontal Line Reference Points
.
wb/2
wb/2
vertical
center line
horizontal
line
bottom of
handset
acoustic
output
wt/2
wt/2
A
B
.
wt/2
wt/2
wb/
2
wb/
2
acoustic
output
horizontal
line
vertical center
line
bottom of
handset
A
B
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Positioning for Cheek/Touch
1. The test device was positioned with the handset close to the surface of the phantom such that point A is on the
(virtual) extension of the line passing through points RE and LE on the phantom, such that the plane defined by
the vertical center line and the horizontal line of the phone is approximately parallel to the sagittal plane of the
phantom.
2. The handset was translated towards the phantom along the line passing through RE & LE until the handset
touches the ear.
3. While maintaining the handset in this plane, the handset was rotated around the LE-RE line until the vertical
centerline was in the plane normal to MB-NF including the line MB (reference plane).
4. The phone was hen rotated around the vertical centerline until the phone (horizontal line) was symmetrical was
respect to the line NF.
5. While maintaining the vertical centerline in the reference plane, keeping point A on the line passing through RE
and LE, and maintaining the phone contact with the ear, the handset was rotated about the line NF until any point
on the handset made contact with a phantom point below the ear (cheek).
1. With the test device aligned in the Cheek/Touch Position:
2. While maintaining the orientation of the phone, the phone was retracted parallel to the reference plane far enough
to enable a rotation of the phone by 15 degree.
3. The phone was then rotated around the horizontal line by 15 degree.
4. While maintaining the orientation of the phone, the phone was moved parallel to the reference plane until any part
of the phone touches the head. (In this position, point A was located on the line RE-LE). The tilted position is
obtained when the contact is on the pinna. If the contact was at any location other than the pinna, the angle of the
phone would then be reduced. The tilted position was obtained when any part of the phone was in contact of the
ear as well as a second part of the phone was in contact with the head.
Front, Side and Top View of Ear/15 Tilt Position
Front, Side and Top View of Cheek/Touch Position Positioning for Cheek/Touch
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Body Worn Configurations
The body-worn configurations shall be tested with the supplied accessories (belt-clips, holsters, etc.) attached to the
device in normal use configuration.
For body-worn and other configurations a flat phantom shall be used which is comprised of material with electrical
properties similar to the corresponding tissues.
EVALUATION PROCEDURES
The evaluation was performed in the applicable area of the phantom depending on the type of device being tested.
i. For devices held to the ear during normal operation, both the left and right ear positions were evaluated using the
SAM phantom.
ii. For body-worn and face-held devices a planar phantom was used.
iii. The SAR was determined by a pre-defined procedure within the DASY4 software. Upon completion of a
reference check, the exposed region of the phantom was scanned near the inner surface with a grid spacing of
15mm x 15mm.
iv. An area scan was determined as follows:
a. Based on the defined area scan grid, a more detailed grid is created to increase the points by a factor of
10. The interpolation function then evaluates all field values between corresponding measurement points.
b. A linear search is applied to find all the candidate maxima. Subsequently, all maxima are removed that
are >2 dB from the global maximum. The remaining maxima are then used to position the cube scans.
v. A 1g and 10g spatial peak SAR was determined as follows:
a. For frequencies ≤4.5GHz a 32mm x 32mm x 34mm (7x7x7 data points) zoom scan was assessed at the
position where the greatest V/m was detected. For frequencies ≥4.5GHz a 28mm x 28mm x 24mm
(7x7x9 data points) zoom scan was assessed at the position where the greatest V/m was detected. The
data at the surface was extrapolated since the distance from the probes sensors to the surface is 3.9cm.
A least squares fourth-order polynomial was used to generate points between the probe detector and the
inner surface of the phantom.
b. Interpolated data is used to calculate the average SAR over 1g and 10g cubes by spatially discretizing
the entire measured cube. The volume used to determine the averaged SAR is a 1mm grid (42875
interpolated points).
vi. Z-Scan was determined as follows:
vii. The Z-scan measures points along a vertical straight line. The line runs along a line normal to the inner surface of
the phantom surface.
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Data Evaluation Procedures
The DASY4 post processing software (SEMCAD) automatically executes the following procedures to calculate the field
units from the microvolt readings at the probe connector. The parameters used in the evaluation are stored in the
configuration modules of the software:
Probe Parameters: - Sensitivity Normi, ai0, ai1, ai2
- Conversion Factor ConvFi
- Dipole Compression Point dcpi
Device parameters: - Frequency f
- Crest factor cf
Media parameters: - Conductivity σ
- Density ρ
These parameters must be set correctly in the software. They can be found in the component documents or can be
imported into the software from the configuration files issued for the DASY components. In the direct measuring mode of
the multimeter option, the parameters of the actual system setup are used. In the scan visualization and export modes,
the parameters stored in the corresponding document files are used. The first step of the evaluation is a linearization of
the filtered input signal to account for the compression characteristics of the detector diode. The compensation depends
on the input signal, the diode type and the DC - transmission factor from the diode to the evaluation electronics. If the
exciting field is pulsed, the crest factor of the signal must be known to correctly compensate for peak power. The formula
for each channel can be given as:
with Vi = Compensated signal of channel i (i = x, y, z)
Ui = Input signal of channel i (i = x, y, z)
cf = Crest factor of exciting field (DASY parameter)
dcpi = Diode compression point (DASY parameter)
From the compensated input signals the primary field data for each channel can be evaluated:
with Vi = Compensated signal of channel i (i = x, y, z)
Normi = Sensor sensitivity of channel i (i = x, y, z)
μV/(V/m)2 for E-field probes
ConvF = Sensitivity enhancement in solution
aij = Sensor sensitivity factors for H-field probes
f = Carrier frequency (GHz)
Ei = Electric field strength of channel i in V/m
Hi = Magnetic field strength of channel i in A/m
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The RSS value of the field components gives the total field strength (Hermitian magnitude):
The primary field data are used to calculate the derived field units.
With SAR = local specific absorption rate in mW/g
Etot = total field strength in V/m
σ = conductivity in [mho/m] or [Siemens/m]
ρ = equivalent tissue density in g/cm3
Note that the density is normally set to 1 (or 1.06), to account for actual brain density rather than the density of the
simulation liquid.
The power flow density is calculated assuming the excitation field as a free space field.
With Ppwe = Equivalent power density of a plane wave in mW/cm2
Etot = total electric field strength in V/m
Htot = total magnetic field strength in A/m
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System Performance Check
Prior to the SAR evaluation a system check was performed with a 2450MHz and 5750MHz dipole. The dielectric
parameters of the simulated brain fluid were measured prior to the system performance check using an 85070B Dielectric
Probe Kit and an 8753D Network Analyzer. A forward power of 100mW/250mW was applied to the dipole and the system
was verified to a tolerance of ±10%. All results were normalized to 1W.
For signals with high peak to average power ratios (> 5 dB) such as those used in OFDM or similar systems, the
procedure for calibration was repeated with OFDM injected into dipole with the same average power level as CW and the
result was within 10% of the calibration certificate of the probe
Test Date
Fluid Type
(MHz)
SAR 1g(W/kg)
Permittivity
Constant εr
Conductivity σ
(mho/m)
Ambient
Temp.
(C)
Fluid
Temp
(C)
Fluid
Depth
(cm)
IEEE
Target
Measured
IEEE
Target
Measured
IEEE
Target
Measured
12/12/16
Body 2450 MHz
12.9
13.0
52.7
51.9
1.95
1.97
24
22
≥15
12/12/16
Body 5750 MHz
7.57
7.12
48.3
50.61
5.94
6.1
24
22
≥15
11/30/16
Head 2450 MHz
13.1
13.5
39.2
35.58
1.8
1.69
24
22
≥15
11/29/16
Head 5750 MHz
7.61
7.58
35.4
36.86
5.22
5.1
24
22
≥15
Note: The ambient and fluid temperatures were measured prior to the fluid parameter check and the system
performance check. The temperatures listed in the table above were consistent for all measurement periods.
In addition to above SAR probe linearity may be verified by single point SAR measurements at the peak SAR location
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without moving the dipole test setup and with the probe tip positioned at ½ the probe tip diameter from the phantom
surface. Single point SAR measurements are performed at approximately 0.2 W/kg, 1.0 W/kg and 2.0 W/kg by adjusting
the dipole power accordingly for both OFDM and CW signals and the plot for comparison is depicted below.
Linearity plot for both CW and OFDM signals
-8
-7
-6
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
0
0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5
SAR Measured
Input power based on 0.2,1,2 W/kg SAR
cw
ofdm
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Tissue Verification
Mixture Type
2450 MHz Head
5750 MHz Head
Date(s) Measured
11/30/16
11/29/16
Target
Measured
Target
Measured
Dielectric Constant εr
39.2
35.58
35.4
36.86
Conductivity σ (mho/m)
1.8
1.69
5.22
5.1
Mixture Type
2450 MHz Body
5750 MHz Body
Date(s) Measured
12/12/16
12/12/16
Target
Measured
Target
Measured
Dielectric Constant εr
52.7
51.93
48.3
50.6
Conductivity σ (mho/m)
1.95
1.97
5.94
6.1
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Notes: 1. Uncontrolled exposure environments are locations where there is potential exposure of individuals who have
no knowledge or control of their potential exposure.
2. Controlled exposure environments are locations where there is potential exposure of individuals who have
knowledge of their potential exposure and can exercise control over their exposure.
EXPOSURE LIMITS
SAR (W/kg)
(General Population /
Uncontrolled Exposure
Environment)
(Occupational / Controlled
Exposure Environment)
Spatial Average (averaged over
the whole body)
0.08
0.4
Spatial Peak (averaged over
any 1g of tissue)
1.60
8.0
Spatial Peak
hands/wrists/feet/ankles
(averaged over 10g)
4.0
20.0
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Robot System Specifications
Positioner:
Robot: Staubli Robot Model: RX60
Repeatability: 0.02 mm
No. of axis: 6
Data Acquisition Electronic (DAE) System:
DAE3
Computer Controller:
Processor: Intel core 3.2GHz
Operating System: Windows 7
Data Converter:
Features: Signal Amplifier, multiplexer, A/D converter, and control logic
Software: DASY4 software
Connecting Lines: Optical downlink for data and status info.
Optical uplink for commands and clock
Dasy4 Measurement Server:
Function: Real-time data evaluation for field measurements and surface detection
Hardware: PC/104 166MHz Pentium CPU; 32 MB chip disk; 64 MB RAM
Connections: COM1, COM2, DAE, Robot, Ethernet, Service Interface
E-Field Probe:
Model: ES3DV3
Construction: Triangular core mechanical detection system
Frequency: 10 MHz to 4 GHz
Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (30 MHz to 4 GHz)
E-Field Probe:
Model: EX3DV4
Construction: Triangular core mechanical detection system
Frequency: 10 MHz >6 GHz
Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (30 MHz to 6 GHz)
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Phantom(s):
Validation & Evaluation Phantom
Type: SAM V4.0C
Shell Material: Fiberglass
Thickness: 2.0 ±0.1 mm
Volume: Approx. 20 liters
Validation & Evaluation Phantom
Type: Oval Flat Phantom ELI v6.0
Shell Material: Fiberglass
Thickness: 2.0 ±0.2 mm
Volume: 30 liters
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SAR Measurement System
Measurement System Diagram
RX60 Robot
The Stäubli RX60L Robot is a standard high precision 6-axis robot with an arm extension for accommodating the data
acquisition electronics (DAE).
Robot Controller
The CS7 Robot Controller system drives the robot motors. The system consists of a power supply, robot controller, and
remote control with teach pendant and additional circuitry for robot safety such as warning lamps, etc.
Light Beam Switch
The Light Beam Switch (Probe alignment tool) allows automatic “tooling” of the probe. During the process, the actual
position of the probe tip with respect to the robot arm is measured as well as the probe length and the horizontal probe
offset. The software then corrects all movements, so that the robot coordinates are valid for the probe tip. The
repeatability of this process is better than 0.1 mm. If a position has been taught with an aligned probe, the same position
will be reached with another aligned probe within 0.1 mm, even if the other probe has different dimensions. During probe
rotations, the probe tip will keep its actual position.
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Data Acquisition Electronics
The Data Acquisition Electronics consists of a highly sensitive electrometer grade preamplifier with auto-zeroing, a
channel and gain switching multiplexer, a fast 16-bit A/D converter and a command decoder and control logic unit. Some
of the task the DAE performs is signal amplification, signal multiplexing, A/D conversion, and offset measurements. The
DAE also contains the mechanical probe-mounting device, which contains two different sensor systems for frontal and
sideways probe contacts used for probe collision detection and mechanical surface detection for controlling the distance
between the probe and the inner surface of the phantom shell. Transmission from the DAE to the measurement server,
via the EOC, is through an optical downlink for data and status information as well as an optical uplink for commands and
the clock.
Electo-Optical Converter (EOC)
The Electro-Optical Converter performs the conversion between the optical and electrical of the signals for the digital
communication to the DAE and for the analog signal from the optical surface detection. The EOC connects to, and
transfers data to, the DASY4 measurement server. The EOC also contains the fiber optical surface detection system for
controlling the distance between the probe and the inner surface of the phantom shell.
Measurement Server
The Measurement Server performs time critical tasks such as signal filtering, all real-time data evaluation for field
measurements and surface detection, controls robot movements, and handles safety operation. The PC-operating system
cannot interfere with these time critical processes. A watchdog supervises all connections, and disconnection of any of the
cables to the measurement server will automatically disarm the robot and disable all program-controlled robot
movements.
Dosimetric Probe
Dosimetric Probe is a symmetrical design with triangular core that incorporates three 3 mm long dipoles arranged so that
the overall response is close to isotropic. The probe sensors are covered by an outer protective shell, which is resistant to
organic solvents i.e. glycol. The probe is equipped with an optical multi-fiber line, ending at the front of the probe tip, for
optical surface detection. This line connects to the EOC box on the robot arm and provides automatic detection of the
phantom surface. The optical surface detection works in transparent liquids and on diffuse reflecting surfaces with a
repeatability of better than ±0.1mm.
SAM Phantom
The SAM (Specific Anthropomorphic Mannequin) twin phantom is a fiberglass shell phantom with 2mm shell thickness
(except the ear region where shell thickness increases to 6mm) integrated into a wooden table. The shape of the shell
corresponds to the phantom defined by SCC34-SC2. It enables the dosimetric evaluation of left hand, right hand phone
usage as well as body mounted usage at the flat phantom region. The flat section is also used for system validation and
the length and width of the flat section are at least 0.75 λO and 0.6 λO respectively at frequencies of 824 MHz and above
(λO = wavelength in air).
Reference markings on the phantom top allow the complete setup of all predefined phantom positions and measurement
grids by manually teaching three points in the robot. A white cover is provided to cover the phantom during off-periods
preventing water evaporation and changes in the liquid parameters. Free space scans of devices on the cover are
possible. The phantom is filled with a tissue simulating liquid to a depth of at least 15 cm at each ear reference point. The
bottom plate of the wooden table contains three pair of bolts for locking the device holder.
ELI Phantom
The planar phantom is constructed of Plexiglas material with a 2.0 mm shell thickness for face-held and body-worn SAR
evaluations of handheld radio transceivers. The planar phantom is mounted on the wooden table of the DASY4 system.
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Device Holder
The device holder is designed to cope with the different measurement positions in the three sections of the SAM phantom
given in the standard. It has two scales, one for device rotation (with respect to the body axis) and one for device
inclination (with respect to the line between the ear openings). The rotation center for both scales is the ear opening, thus
the device needs no repositioning when changing the angles. The plane between the ear openings and the mouth tip has
a rotation angle of 65.
The DASY device holder has been made out of low-loss POM material having the following dielectric parameters: relative
permittivity ε = 3 and loss tangent δ = 0.02. The amount of dielectric material has been reduced in the closest vicinity of
the device, since measurements have suggested that the influence of the clamp on the test results could thus be lowered.
The dielectric properties of the liquid conform to all the tabulated values [2-5]. Liquids are prepared according to Annex A
and dielectric properties are measured according to Annex B.
System Validation Kits
Power Capability: Dipoles > 100 W (f < 1GHz); > 40 W (f > 1GHz)
Confined Loop Antenna (CLA-150) > 10W
Dipoles: Symmetrical dipole with l/4 balun enables measurement of feed point impedance with NWA
Matched for use near flat phantoms filled with brain simulating solutions Includes distance holder
and tripod adaptor.
CLA-150: The source is a resonant loop antenna which is integrated in a metallic structure to isolate the
resonant structure from the environment.
Frequency: 150, 300, 450, 835, 1900, 2450 MHz, 5-6GHz
Return Loss: Dipoles >20 dB at specified validation position
CLA >10dB
Dimensions: 150 MHz Confined Loop Antenna (CLA-150), 222 x 95 mm
450 MHz Dipole: Length: 272.0 mm; Overall Height: 330 mm; Diameter: 6 mm
835 MHz Dipole: Length: 161.0 mm; Overall Height: 340 mm; Diameter: 3.6 mm
1900 MHz Dipole: Length: 67.7 mm; Overall Height: 300 mm; Diameter: 3.6 mm
2450 MHz Dipole: Length: 52.0 mm; Overall Height: 390 mm; Diameter: 3.6 mm
5-6 GHz Dipole: Length: 26.0 mm; Overall Height: 170 mm; Diameter: 3.6 mm
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Test Equipment Utilized
Test Equipment
Serial Number
Calibration Date
DASY4 System Robot RX60
FO3/5X20A1/C/01
N/A
DAE3
493
May 13, 2016
D2450V2
979
Feb 29, 2016
D5GHz V2
1233
Feb 26, 2016
SAM Phantom V4.0C
N/A
N/A
Oval Flat Phantom ELI v6.0
N/A
N/A
ES3DV3
3035
May 18, 2016
EX3DV4
7385
March 2, 2016
NRP-Z21 Power sensor
103714
Feb 11, 2016
NRP-Z21 Power sensor
102001
Feb 11, 2016
85070B dielectric probe kit
N/A
N/A
Agilent E4437B signal generator
US39260968
March 18, 2016
Mini-circuits amplifier
N/A
N/A
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Measurement Uncertainties
UNCERTAINTY ASSESSMENT 300MHz-3GHz for Device Evaluation
Error Description
Tol.
%
Prob.
Dist.
Div.
ci
1g
ci
10g
Std Unc
% (1g)
Std Unc
%
(10g)
vi or veff
Measurement System
Probe calibration
4.8
N
1
1
1
4.8
4.8
N/A
Axial isotropy of the
probe
4.7
R
3
0.7
0.7
1.9
1.9
N/A
Spherical isotropy of the
probe
9.6
R
3
0.7
0.7
3.9
3.9
N/A
Boundary effects
1.0
R
3
1
1
4.8
4.8
N/A
Probe linearity
4.7
R
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
N/A
Detection limit
1.0
R
3
1
1
0.6
0.6
N/A
Readout electronics
1.0
N
1
1
1
1.0
1.0
N/A
Response time
0.8
R
3
1
1
0.5
0.5
N/A
Integration time
2.6
R
3
1
1
0.8
0.8
N/A
RF ambient conditions
3.0
R
3
1
1
0.43
0.43
N/A
Mech. constraints of
robot
0.4
R
3
1
1
0.2
0.2
N/A
Probe positioning
2.9
R
3
1
1
1.7
1.7
N/A
Extrapolation &
integration
1.0
R
3
1
1
2.3
2.3
N/A
Test Sample Related
Device positioning
2.9
N
1
1
1
2.23
2.23
145
Device holder
uncertainty
3.6
N
1
1
1
5.0
5.0
5
Power drift
5.0
R
3
2.9
2.9
N/A
Phantom and Setup
Phantom uncertainty
4.0
R
3
1
1
2.3
2.3
N/A
Liquid conductivity
(target)
5.0
R
3
0.64
0.43
1.8
1.2
N/A
Liquid conductivity
(measured)
2.5
N
1
0.64
0.43
1.6
1.1
N/A
Liquid permittivity
(target)
5.0
R
3
0.6
0.5
1.7
1.4
N/A
Liquid permittivity
(measured)
2.5
N
1
0.6
0.5
1.5
1.2
N/A
Combined Standard
Uncertainty (k=1)
RSS
10.3
10.0
330
Expanded Uncertainty
(k=2)
95% Confidence Level
20.6
20.1
Worst-case uncertainty for DASY4 assessed according to IEEE P1528.
The budget is valid for the frequency range 300MHz to 3GHz and represents a worst-case analysis.
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UNCERTAINTY ASSESSMENT 300MHz-3GHz System Performance
Error Description
Tol.
%
Prob.
Dist.
Div.
ci
1g
ci
10g
Std
Unc
% (1g)
Std
Unc
%
(10g)
vi or
veff
Measurement System
Probe calibration
5.9
N
1
1
1
5.9
5.9
Axial Isotropy
4.7
R
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
Hemispherical Isotropy
9.6
R
3
0
0
0
0
Boundary effects
1.0
R
3
1
1
0.6
0.6
Linearity
4.7
R
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
System Detection limit
1.0
R
3
1
1
0.6
0.6
Readout electronics
0.3
N
1
1
1
0.3
0.3
Response time
0
R
3
1
1
0
0
Integration time
0
R
3
1
1
0
0
RF Ambient Noise
3.0
R
3
1
1
1.7
1.7
RF Ambient Reflections
3.0
R
3
1
1
1.7
1.7
Probe Positioner
0.4
R
3
1
1
0.2
0.2
Probe positioning
2.9
R
3
1
1
1.7
1.7
Algorithms for Max. SAR Eval.
1.0
R
3
1
1
0.6
0.6
Dipole
Dipole Axis to Liquid Distance
2.0
R
3
1
1
1.2
1.2
Input power and SAR drift meas.
4.7
R
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom uncertainty
4.0
R
3
1
1
2.3
2.3
Liquid conductivity (target)
5.0
R
3
0.64
0.43
1.8
1.2
Liquid conductivity (measured)
2.5
N
1
0.64
0.43
1.6
1.1
Liquid permittivity (target)
5.0
R
3
0.6
0.5
1.7
1.4
Liquid permittivity (measured)
2.5
N
1
0.6
0.5
1.5
1.2
Combined Standard Uncertainty
9.2
8.9
Coverage Factor for 95%
kp=2
Expanded Uncertainty
18.4
17.8
Uncertainty of a system performance check with DASY4 system
The budget is valid for the frequency range 300MHz to 3GHz and represents a worst-case analysis.
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UNCERTAINTY ASSESSMENT 5-6GHz for Device Evaluation
Error Description
Tol.
%
Prob.
Dist.
Div.
ci
1g
ci
10g
Std
Unc
% (1g)
Std
Unc
%
(10g)
vi
or
veff
Measurement System
Probe calibration
6.8
N
1
1
1
6.8
6.8
Axial Isotropy
4.7
R
3
0.7
0.7
1.9
1.9
Hemispherical Isotropy
9.6
R
3
0.7
0.7
3.9
3.9
Boundary effects
2.0
R
3
1
1
1.2
1.2
Linearity
4.7
R
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
System Detection limit
1.0
R
3
1
1
0.6
0.6
Readout electronics
0.3
N
1
1
1
0.3
0.3
Response time
0.8
R
3
1
1
0.5
0.5
Integration time
2.6
R
3
1
1
1.5
1.5
RF Ambient Noise
3.0
R
3
1
1
1.7
1.7
Probe Positioner
0.8
R
3
1
1
0.5
0.5
Probe positioning
5.7
N
1
1
1
5.7
5.7
Algorithms for Max. SAR Eval.
4.0
R
3
1
1
0.6
0.6
Dipole
Device Positioning
2.9
N
1
1
1
2.9
2.9
Device Holder
3.6
N
1
1
1
3.6
3.6
Power Drift
5.0
R
3
1
1
2.9
2.9
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom uncertainty
4.0
R
3
1
1
2.3
2.3
Liquid conductivity (target)
5.0
R
3
0.64
0.43
1.8
1.2
Liquid conductivity (measured)
2.5
N
1
0.64
0.43
1.6
1.1
Liquid permittivity (target)
5.0
R
3
0.6
0.5
1.7
1.4
Liquid permittivity (measured)
2.5
N
1
0.6
0.5
1.5
1.2
Combined Std. Uncertainty
12.8
12.6
330
Expanded Std. Uncertainty
25.6
25.2
Worst-Case uncertainty budget for DASY4 valid for the frequency range 5 - 6GHz. Probe calibration error reflects uncertainty of the
narrow-bandwidth EX3DVx probe conversion factor (±50MHz).
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UNCERTAINTY ASSESSMENT 5-6GHz for Performance Check
Error Description
Tol.
%
Prob.
Dist.
Div.
ci
1g
ci
10g
Std
Unc
% (1g)
Std
Unc
%
(10g)
vi or
veff
Measurement System
Probe calibration
6.8
N
1
1
1
6.8
6.8
Axial Isotropy
4.7
R
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
Hemispherical Isotropy
0
R
3
1
1
0
0
Boundary effects
2.0
R
3
1
1
1.2
1.2
Linearity
4.7
R
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
System Detection limit
1.0
R
3
1
1
0
0
Readout electronics
0.3
N
1
1
1
0
0
Response time
0
R
3
1
1
0.5
0.5
Integration time
0
R
3
1
1
1.5
1.5
RF Ambient Noise
3.0
R
3
1
1
1.7
1.7
Probe Positioner
0.8
R
3
1
1
0.5
0.5
Probe positioning
5.7
N
1
1
1
5.7
5.7
Algorithms for Max. SAR Eval.
4.0
R
3
1
1
0.6
0.6
Dipole
Dipole Axis to Liquid Distance
2.0
R
3
1
1
1.2
1.2
Input power and SAR drift meas.
4.7
R
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
Phantom and Tissue Parameters
Phantom uncertainty
4.0
R
3
1
1
2.3
2.3
Liquid conductivity (target)
5.0
R
3
0.64
0.43
1.8
1.2
Liquid conductivity (measured)
2.5
N
1
0.64
0.43
1.6
1.1
Liquid permittivity (target)
5.0
R
3
0.6
0.5
1.7
1.4
Liquid permittivity (measured)
2.5
N
1
0.6
0.5
1.5
1.2
Combined Standard Uncertainty
11.4
11.1
Coverage Factor for 95%
kp=2
Expanded Uncertainty
22.7
22.3
Uncertainty of the system performance check in the 5-6 GHz range. Probe calibration error reflects uncertainty of the
narrow-bandwidth EX3DVx probe conversion factor (±50MHz).
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References
1. KDB 865664 D01 SAR Measurement 100 MHz to 6 GHz v01r04
2. KDB 447498 D01 General RF exposure Guidance
3. KDB 248227 D01 802.11 Wi-Fi SAR v02r02
4. IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee 34, IEEE 1528-2013, Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak
Spatial-Average Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Body Due to Wireless Communications Devices.
5. Health Canada, Limits of Human Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in the Frequency Range
from 3 kHz to 300 GHz Safety Code 6.
6. Industry Canada, Evaluation Procedure for Mobile and Portable Radio Transmitters with respect to Health
Canada’s Safety Code 6 for Exposure of Humans to Radio Frequency Fields, Radio Standards Specification
RSS-102 Issue 5. March 2015
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EUT Test Setup Photos
Camera Top Side (0mm)
Camera Left Side (5mm)
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Camera Right Side (5mm)
All Fluid depths were checked and within 15 centimeters.
Fluid Depth
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List of Appendices
APPENDIX A SAR MEASUREMENT DATA
APPENDIX B SYSTEM PERFORMANCE CHECK
APPENDIX C PROBE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
APPENDIX D DIPOLE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
APPENDIX E MEASURED FLUID DIELECTRIC PARAMETERS
APPENDIX F DAE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
END OF TEST REPORT
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