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Appendix C
Probe Calibration Certificate
Schmid & Partner Engineering AG 2 e a g
Zeughausstrasse 43, 800A Zurich, Switzerland
Phone +41 44 245 9700, Fax Ml 4A 245 9779
info@speag com, http'l/wwwspeagcom
IMPORTANT NOTICE
USAGE OF THE DAE 3
The DAE unit is a delicate, high precision instrument and requires careful treatment by the user. There are no
serviceable pans inside the DAE. Special attention shall be given to the following points:
Battery Exchange: The battery cover of the DAE3 unit is connected to a fragile 3-pin battery connector.
Customer is responsible to apply outmost caution not to bend or damage the connector when changing batteries.
Shipping of the DAE Before shipping the DAE to SPEAG for calibration the customer shall remove the batteries
and pack the DAE in an antistatic bag. This antistatic bag shall then be packed into a larger box or container
which protects the DAE from impacts transportation. The package shall be marked to indicate that a fragile
instrument is inside.
E-Stop Failures Touch detection may be malfunctioning due to broken magnets in the E-stop. Rough handling
of the E-stop may lead to damage of these magnets. Touch and collision errors are often caused by dust and dirt
accumulated in the E-stop. To prevent Estop failure, Customer shall always mount the probe to the DAE
carefully and keep the DAE unit in a non-dusty environment if not used for measurements.
Repair: Minor repairs are performed at no extra cost during the annual calibration. However, SPEAG reserves
the right to charge for any repair especially if rough unprofessional handling caused the defect.
DASY Configuration Files: Since the exact values of the DAE input resistances, as measured during the
calibration procedure of a DAE unit, are not used by the DASY software, a nominal value of 200 MOhm is given
in the corresponding configuration file
Important Note:
Warranty and calibration is void if the DAE unit is disassembled partly or fully by the
Customer.
Important Note:
Never attempt to grease or oil the E-stop assembly. Cleaning and readjustlng of the E—
stop assembly is allowed by certified SPEAG personnel only and is part of the annual
calibration procedure.
important Note:
To prevent damage of the DAE probe connector pins, use great care when installing the
probe to the DAE. Carefully connect the probe with the connector notch oriented in the
matlng position. Avoid any rotational movement of the probe body versus the DAE
while turning the locking nut of the connector. The same care shall be used when
disconnecting the probe from the DAE.
Schmid & Partner Engineering
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Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (51451 Accreditaflon No.: SCS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service Is on. of the slgnatories to (ht EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition 07 oal|bration oertifiutes
Calibration prooedure(s)
Calibration date:
This calibration certificate documents the traceability to national standards. which realize the physical units or measurements (SI).
The measurements and the uncertainties with confidence probabllily are given on the following pages and are part orthe oertihcate.
All calibrations have been conducted in the closed laboratory favllily: environment temperature (22 i 3)°C and humidity < 70%.
Calibration Equipment used (M&TE critical for calibration)
Primary Standards ID Cal Date (Certificate No) Scheduled Calibration
Power meter NRP SN: 104773 06-Apr-16 (No. 217-02288/02239) Apr-17
Power sensor NRP»291 SN: 103244 06-Apr-16 (No. 21702233) Apr-17
Power sensor NRP-Z91 SN: 103245 06-Apr-16 (No 217-02239) Apr-17
Reference 20 dB Attenuator SN: 55277 (20x) 05-Apr-16 (No. 217412293) Apr-17
Reference Probe 553sz SN: 3013 31-Dee15 (No. E53-3D13_Dec15) Dec-16
DAE4 SN: 5150 23—Deo15 tNo. DAEMGQDectsl Dec-16
secondary Standards ID Check Date trn house) Scheduled Check
Power meter 544193 SN: (3041293374 MAN-16 (No. 217-02285/02254) In house check: Jun-16
Power sensor EM12A SN: MY41498037 06-Aprr16 (No, 217402285) In house check: Jun»16
Power sensor 544124 SN: 000110210 06-Apr-16 (No. 217432234) in house check: Jun-16
RF generator HP 86480 SN: usas42001700 OA»Aug-99 (in house check Apr-13) In house cheek: Jun—16
Network Analyzer HF 37535 SN: uss7390535 twat-01 (in house check Oct-15) in house check: Oct-16
Name P notio Signature
Calibrated by:
Approved by:
Issued: May 19‘ 2016
This calibration certificate shall not be reproduosd except in full without written approval of the laboratory.
Certificate No: E83~3035_May16 Page 1 of 11
Calibration Laboratory of
. S Schweizerischer Kalibrlordienst
Schmid & Partner C Service sulsse d‘étalonnage
Engineering AG S servizio svrmrc di taratura
Zeughausstrassa 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland Swlss Callbration Servlca
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No: SCS 0103
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one ofthe signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration certificates
Glossary:
TSL tissue simulating liquid
NORMx,y.z sensiti y in free space
ConvF sensitivity in TSL / NORMx,y,z
DCP diode compression point
CF crest factor (1/duty70ycle) of the RF signal
A, B, C, D modulation dependent Iinearization parameters
Polarization q) to rotation around probe axis
Polarization S S rotation around an axis that is in the plane normal to probe axis (at measurement center),
i.e., i) = 0 is normal to probe axis
Connector Angle information used in DASY system to align probe sensor X to the robot coordinate system
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
a) iEEE Std 1528-2013, “IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Averaged Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques", June 2013
b) IEC 62209-1, "Procedure to measure the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for hand-held devices used in close
proximity to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHz to 3 GHz)", February 2005
c) IEC 62209-2, "Procedure to determine the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for wireless communication devices
used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz)", March 2010
d) KDB 865664, “SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHz"
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
- NORMx,y,z: Assessed for E-field polarization 9 = 0 (f s 900 MHz in TEM-cell; f> 1800 MHz: R22 waveguide),
NORMx,y.z are only intermediate values, i.e.. the uncertainties of NORMx.y,z does not affect the Ez-tield
uncertainty inside TSL (see below ConvF).
- NORM(f)x,y,z = NORMx,y,z * frequency_response (see Frequency Response Chart). This Iinearization is
implemented in DASY4 software versions later than 4.2. The uncertainty of the frequency response is included
in the stated uncertainty of ConvF.
o DCPx,y,z: DCP are numerical linearization parameters assessed based on the data of power sweep with CW
signal (no uncertainty required). DCP does not depend on frequency nor media.
- PAR: PAR is the Peak to Average Ratio that is not calibrated but determined based on the signal
characteristics
- Ax, y,z; Bx,y,z; Cx,y,z; Dx,y,z,' VRx,y,z: A, B, C, D are numerical Iinearization parameters assessed based on
the data of power sweep for specific modulation signal. The parameters do not depend on frequency nor
media. VR is the maximum calibration range expressed in RMS voltage across the diode.
- ConvF and Boundary Effect Parameters: Assessed in flat phantom using E-field (or Temperature Transfer
Standard for f s 800 MHz) and inside waveguide using analytical field distributions based on power
measurements for t > 800 MHz. The same setups are used for assessment of the parameters applied for
boundary compensation (alpha, depth) of which typical uncertainty values are given. These parameters are
used in DASY4 software to improve probe accuracy close to the boundary. The sensitivity in TSL corresponds
to NORMx,y,z * ConvF whereby the uncertainty corresponds to that given for ConvF. A frequency dependent
Com/F is used in DASY version 4.4 and higher which allows extending the validity from t 50 MHz to t 100
MHz.
. Spherical isotropy (3D deviation from isotropy): in a field of low gradients realized using a flat phantom
exposed by a patch antenna.
s Sensor Offset: The sensor offset corresponds to the offset of virtual measurement center from the probe tip
(on probe axis). No tolerance required.
- Connector/Angle: The angle is assessed using the information gained by determining the NORMX (no
uncertainty required).
Certificate No: E83-3035_May16 Page 2 of 11
ES3DV3 — SN:3035 May 17. 2016
Probe ES3DV3
SN:3035
Manufactured: August 21, 2003
Calibrated: May 17, 2016
Ca|ibrated for DASY/EASY Systems
(Note: non-compatible with DASYZ system!)
Certificate No: ESS—3035_May1 6 Page 3 of 11
ESSDV3— SN:3035 May 17. 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3035
Basic Calibration Parameters
Sensor X Sensor Y Sensor Z Unc (k=z)
Norm (kW/(Wm)?r 1.11 0.97 1.11 110.1 %
DCP (mV)" 103.0 104.1 105.4
Modulation Calibration Parameters
UID Communication System Name A B c D VR um;t
dB dBw/uV 63 mV (k=2)
0 cw x 0.0 0.0 10 0.00 199.7 13.5 %
Y 0.0 0.0 1.0 183.2
2 0.0 0.0 1.0 174.8
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard unoertainty of measurement
multiplied by the coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage
probability of approximately 95%.
‘ The uncertainties of Norm xx; do not affect the Ez-field unoenairny inside TSL (see Pages 5 and 6).
5 Numerical Iineanzation parameter: uncertainly not required.
E Uncertainty is determined using me max. deviation from linear response applying rectangular distribution and is expressed for the square of the
field value.
Certificate No: E33-30357May16 Page 4 of 11
ES3DV3— SN:3035 May 17, 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3035
Calibration Parameter Determined in Head Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity DepthI Unc
f (MHz) ° PermiitlvityF (Slm) F ConvF x ConvF Y ConvF 2 Alpha G (mm) (k=2)
150 52.3 0.70 7.213 7.23 7.28 0.04 1.15 113.3 %
450 43.5 0.07 6.07 6.97 6.97 0.23 1.35 a 13.3 %
600 42.7 0.88 0.29 6.29 6.29 0.13 1.30 a 13.3 %
835 41.5 0.90 6.23 6.23 6.23 0.50 1,46 1 12.0 %
1900 40.0 1.40 4.93 4.93 4.93 0.58 1.42 t 12.0 %
2450 39.2 1.80 4,50 4.50 4.50 0.66 1.42 112.0 %
° Frequency validity above 300 MHz of a 100 MHz only applies for DASV v4.4 and higher (see Page 2), else it is restricted to z 50 MHz. The
uncertainty is lhe RSS of the ConvF uncertainty at calibration frequency and the uncertainty for the indicated frequency band. Frequency validity
below 300 MHz is a 10, 25. 40, so and 70 MHz for ConvF assessments at 30. 64, 123. 150 and 220 MHz respectively. Above 5 GHz frequency
validity can be extended to a 110 MHz.
‘ At frequencies below 3 Gl-lz. the validity of tissue parameters (c and a) can be relaxed to s 10% if liquid compensation formula is applied lo
measured SAR values. At frequencies above 3 GHZ, the validity cf lissue parameters (a and 0) is restricted to e 5%. The uncertainty is the RSS of
the ConvF uncertainty for indicated target tissue parameters.
" Alpha/Depth are determined during calibration. SPEAG warrants that the remaining deviation clue to the boundary effect after compensation is
always less than 3 1% for frequencies below 3 GHz and below 1 2% for frequencies between 30 GHz at any distance larger than half the probe tip
diameter from ihe boundary.
Cerlificate No: ESa—SO354May16 Page 5 of 11
ESSDVS— SN:3035 May 17. 2016
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3035
Calibration Parameter Determined in Body Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductlvlty Depth'r Um:
t (MHz) ° PermittlvityF (Sim) F ConvF x ConvF v cenvF 1 Alpha ° (mm) (k=2)
150 61.9 0.30 6.90 6.90 6.90 0.10 1.20 113.3 %
450 56.7 0.94 6.91 6.91 6.91 0.12 1.30 a 13.3 %
600 56.1 0.95 6.54 6.54 6.54 0.13 1.20 a 13.3 %
835 55.2 0.97 6.17 6.17 6.17 0.36 1.75 112.0 %
1900 53.3 1.52 4.79 4.79 4.79 0.47 1.60 x 12.0 %
2450 52.7 1.95 4.31 4.31 4.31 0.30 1.16 s 12.0 %
0 Frequency validity above 300 MHz of a 100 MHz only applies tor DASY v4.4 and higher (see Page 2), else it is restricted to z 50 MHz. The
uncertainty is the RSS 01 the ConvF uncertainty at calibration trequency and the unoertainty tor the indicated frequency band. Frequency validity
below 300 MHz is x 10, 25. 40, 50 and 70 MHZ tor ConvF assessments at 30, 54. 123, 150 and 220 MHz respectively. Above 5 GHz frequency
validity can be extended to a 110 MHZ.
F At frequencies below 3 GHz. the validity oitiseue parameters (a and e) can be relaxed to e 10% it liquid compensation lerrnula is applied to
measured SAR values. At frequencies above 3 GHz, the validity nttissue parameters (e and o') is restricted to a 5%. The uncertainty is the RSS of
the ConvF uncertainty for indicated target tissue parameters.
5 Alpha/Depth are determined during calibration. SPEAG warrants that the remaining deviation due to the boundary ettect after compereatien is
always less than a 1% int trequenciee below 3 GHz and below a 2% tor lrequencies between H GHz at any distance larger than half the probe tip
drerneterlrem the boundary.
Certificate No: ESS-3035_Msy16 Page 6 of 11
ES3DV3— SN:3035 May 17, 2016
Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cell:ifi110 EXX, Waveguide: R22)
Frequency response (normalized)
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1550 2000 zs'oo 30'00
f [MHz]
Uncenaimy of Frequency Response of E-field: t 6.3% (k=2)
Certificate No: E5330357May16 Page 7 of 11
ES3DV3— SN:3035 May 17, 2016
Receiving Pattern (¢), 3 = 0°
f==600 MHz,TEM f=1800 MHZ,R22
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Uncertainty of Ax|al lsotropy Assessment: 1: 0,5% (k=2)
Certificate No: E33-3035_May16 Page 3 of 11
ESSDVS— SNz3035
Input Signal [uV]
Error [dB]
Dynamic Range f(SARhead)
(TEM cell ,fm|= 1900 MHz)
105
105
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103 10'2 10" 10° 101 103
SAR [mW/cm3]
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not compensated compensated
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SAR [mW/om3]
101 102
not compensated compensated
Uncertainty of Linearity Assessment: 2 0.6% (k=2)
May 17, 2016
Certificaie No: ESS-3035_May16 Page 9 of 11
ES3DV3— SN23035 May 17, 2016
Conversion Factor Assessment
25
f = 835 MH1,WGLS R9 (H_convF) = 1900 MHz.WGLS R22 (H_convF)
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Uncertainty of Spherical Isotropy Assessment: 2 2.6% (k=2)
Certificate No: E53-3035_May16 Page 10 of 11
ESSDVE— SN23035
May 17, 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3035
Other Probe Parameters
Sensor Arrangement Triangular
Connector Angle (°) 77.8
Mechanical Surface Detection Mode enabled
Optical Surface Detection Mode disabled
Probe Overall Length 337 mm
Probe Body Diameter 10 mm
Tip Length 10 mm
Tip Diameter 4 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor X Calibration Point 2 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Y Calibration Point 2 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor 2 Calibration Point 2 mm
Recommended Measurement Distance from Surface 3 mm
Certificate No: E83—3035_May16
Page 11 oi11
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 lurich. Switzerland
3 Schweizerischer Kalibrierdienst
c Service suisse d'étalonnage
Servlzio svilzero di taratura
S Swiss Calibration Servics
Avcredlted by tne SWiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: 305 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
4 Multilateral Agreement for the recognition of calibration certificates
client Compliance Testing LLC Ccrtificm No: EX3-7385_Mar16
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
Object EXSDV4 - SN:7385
Calibration procedurelsl QA CAL-01.v9, QA CAL-14.v4, 0A CAL~23.V5, 0A CAL-25.v6
Calibration procedure for dosimetn‘c E-field probes
Callbratton date March 2, 2016
This calibration certificate documents ttie traceability to national standards which realize the phySlcaI units olmeasurements (SI).
The measurements am the uncertainties wlth confidence probability are given on the tollowmg pages and are part ortne certificate.
All callbratlcns have been conducted in the closed laboratory leclllty' environment temperature (22 1 3)”C and humidlty < 70%
Calibration Equipment used lMEtTE cntlcal lcr calibration)
Primary Standards ID Cal Date (Certlflcale N0 ) Scheduled Callbrstlon
Power meter EMIQB 6841293574 01-Apr-15 (No. 217702128) Maraifi
Power Sensor E4412A MY4|498057 01—Apr—15(Nc 217-02123) Mar-16
Reference 3 dB Attenuator SN' 85054 (3c) 01-Apr-15 (No. 217702129) Mar—15
Reference 20 dB Attenuator SN: $5277 (20x) 01—Apr715(N0 217-0213?) Mar-16
Reterence 30 dB Attenuator SN: $5129 (30h) 01—Apr715 (No 217-02133) Mar-16
Reference Probe ESGDVZ SN. 3013 SlaDeca15 (No. E53730137Dec15) Dec—16
DAE4 SN 650 23-Dec-15 (No DAE4—660_De615j Det‘riG
Secondary Standards lD Check Date (in house) Scheduled Check
RF generator HP 56480 U53642U01700 4»Aug—99 (ln house check Apr713) in house check: ADHG
Network Analyzer HP B753E U537390555 1&Oct<01 (In house check Oct—15) In house chec . 01-16
Name Functlon signature
Calibrated by; Jetcii Kmati Laboratory Tootintelan
Approveo by' Katie Pm Tsdln‘ml Manager fig
Issued: March 2. 2016
This calibration certificate snail not be reproouced except in lull without written approval ofthe laboratory
Certificate No: EX3-73857Mar16 Page 1 of 11
Schmld & Partner Ehgmee 9 AG
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Swttzerland
Phone +4'l 44 245 9700, Fax +41 44 245 9779
info@speag.com. http‘l/wwwspeag cam
PHANTOM MATERIAL COM ATIBILTIY WITH SPEAG LIQUIDS
INTRODUCTION
SPEAG offers a wide range oftlssue simulating liquids. These liquids are based on various ingredients depending on their
frequency range. The below table shows compatibility ofthese tissue simulating liquids and various phantom materials.
COMPATIBILITY TABLE
fully compatible with the tissue simulating liquid. Long time exposure is not critical.
P= partially compatible. lt is essential to keep the exposure time to a minimum and to rinse and clean the item afier
exposure to the respective tissue simulating liquid. Liquids can have a softening effect on the material. Fiber
reinforced material may reduce this effect. Continuous exposure will reduce the item life-time considerably.
R: restricted compatibility nith the respective tissue simulating liquid. Liquids can enter and damage the material
structure. Short lime exposure (e.g. flew hours) is possible given that the item is thoroughly rinsed and dried after
each exposure. ‘
V: lull mlnpzitihlu with the respective tissue simulating liquid. Short time exposure can cause irreparable damage to
the item exposed.
725mm”
SPEAGMSDS 772-SLAAxnyy
Liquid
Type
MSLl450V2 m
MSL2450V2
SOO-SSOOVS
Phantom
Material
L|450V2 m
HSL2450V2
BB 350-1850‘13 to
BB 900-1800V3
RB BSILlXSOV] ta
MBBLlQl’lU-ESOOV]
BBI ISOU-SSUGVS
MSLJOOVZ to
HBHIJOAZSBVE
MBBL IZS-ZSOV)
HSLl75VZ to
MSL'JOOVI
PMMA (Ac h lass. Pie
NOTES:
* Liquids may cause damage by entering adhesivejoints or bonding surfaces.
** Damage of material macro stmeture possible.
' l} l DEA-A October 20] 3
Calibration Laboratory of
_ S Schweizerischer Kalihriardienst
Schmld & Partner C Service suisse d'étalonnage
Engineering AG 5 Servixio svlzzero di taratura
Zaughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich, Switzerland Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.2 SCS 0108
‘The Swiss Accreditation Service is one ofthe signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement tor the recognition of calibration certificates
Glossary:
TSL tissue simulating liquid
NORMx.y.z sensitivity in free space
ConvF sensitivity in TSL l NORMx.y,z
DCP diode compression point
CF crest factor (1/duty_cycle) of the RF signal
A. B, C, D modulation dependent linearization parameters
Polarization o o rotation around probe axis
Polarization S 0 rotation around an axis that is in the plane normal to probe axis (at measurement center),
i.e., 9 = 0 is normal to probe axis
Connector Angle information used in DASY system to align probe sensor X to the robot coordinate system
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
3)
b)
c)
11)
IEEE Std 1528-2013, "IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Averaged Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head irom Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques". June 2013
IEC 62209—1, "Procedure to measure the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for hand-held devices used in close
proximity to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHZ to 3 GHz)", February 2005
IEC 62209-2. "Procedure to determine the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for wireless communication devices
used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz)", March 2010
KDB 865664, "SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHz to 6 GHZ“
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
NORMx,y,z: Assessed for E-field polarization 8 = 0 (f 5 900 MHz in TEM-ceII; f > 1800 MHz: R22 waveguide).
NORMx.y,z are only intermediate values. i. , the uncertainties of NORMx,y,z does not affect the Ez-field
uncertainty inside TSL (see below ConvF).
NORM(I)x,y,z = NORMx,y,z " frequenchesponse (see Frequency Response Chart), This linearization is
implemented in DASY4 software versions later than 4.2. The uncertainty of the frequency response is included
in the stated uncertainty of ConvF.
DCPx,y,z: DCP are numerical Iinearization parameters assessed based on the data of power sweep with CW
signal (no uncertainty required), DCP does not depend on frequency nor media.
PAR: PAR is the Peak to Average Ratio that is not calibrated but determined based on the signal
characteristics
Ax,y,z; Bx,y,z,' Cx,y,z; Dx,y,z,' VRx,y,z: A, B, C, D are numerical linearization parameters assessed based on
the data of power sweep for specific modulation signal. The parameters do not depend on frequency nor
media. VR is the maximum calibration range expressed in RMS voltage across the diode.
ConvF and Boundary Effect Paramelers: Assessed in flat phantom using E-field (or Temperature Transier
Standard for f s 800 MHz) and inside waveguide using analytical field distributions based on power
measurements for f > 800 MHz. The same setups are used for assessment of the parameters applied for
boundary compensation (alpha. depth) oi which typical uncertainty values are given. These parameters are
used in DASY4 software to improve probe accuracy close to the boundary, The sensitivity in TSL corresponds
to NORMx,y,z ' ConvF whereby the uncertainty corresponds to that given for ConvF, A frequency dependent
ConvF is used in DASY version 4.4 and higher which allows extending the validity from s 50 MHz to 1100
MHz.
Spherical isotropy (3D deviation from isotropy): in a field of low gradients realized using a flat phantom
exposed by a patch antenna.
Sensor Offset: The sensor offset corresponds to the offset of virtual measurement center from the probe tip
(on probe axis). No tolerance required.
Connector Angle: The angle is assessed using the information gained by determining the NORMx (no
uncertainty required).
Certificate No: EX3—73857Mar16 Page 2 of 11
EXSDV4 — SN'7385 ’ March 2‘ 2016
Probe EX3DV4
SN:7385
Manufactured: May 18, 2015
Calibrated: March 2, 2016
Calibrated for DASY/EAS_Y Systems
(Note: non—compatible with DASYZ system!)
Cemflcale N0“ EX3—73857Mar16 Page 3 01 11
EX3DV4— SN:7385 E March 2, 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:7385
Basic Calibration Parameters
Sensor X Sensor Y Sensor Z Unc (k=2)
Norm (ltV/(V/m) ) 0.46 0.41 0.36 110.1 %
DCP (mV)“ 98.1 96.6 97.6
Modulation Calibration Parameters
UID Communication System Name A B C D VR um;t
dB est/w dB mV ik=2)
0 CW x 0.0 0,0 1.0 0.00 136 a 13.5 %
Y 0.0 0.0 1.0 144.1
2 0.0 0.0 1.0 129.6
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement
multiplied by the coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage
probability of approximately 95%. \
A The uncertainties of Norm er1 do not allecl the EE-field uncertainty inside TSL lsee Pages 5 and e).
3 Numerical lineartzatlon parameter uncertainty not required
~ Uncertainty is determined using the max. deviation tram linear response applying rectangular distribution and is expressed for the square or the
field value
Certificate No: EX3—7385_Mar16 Page 4 of 11
EXSDVA» SN:7385 March 2. 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:7385
galibration Parameter Determined in Head Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity nepm G Unc
f(MHz) E PermittivityF (Sim) ’ ConvF x ConvF v ConvF 2 Alpha6 (mm) 1k=21
5250 35.9 4.71 5.29 5.29 5.29 0.35 1.80 t 13.1 %
5600 35.5 5.07 4.69 4.69 4.69 0.40 1.80 t 13.1 %
5750 354 5.22 4.75 4.75 4.75 0.45 1.80 a 13.1 %
C Frequency validity above 300 MHz of e 100 MHz only applies ior DASY v4 4 and hlgher (see Page 2). else rl rs restricted to : 50 MHz The
uncenarnry is me RSS of «he cbnvF uncertalniy al calibralion ireouency and me uncenainly for me indicated frequency band. Frequency valrany
below 300 MHz is e 10, 25, 40. so and 70 MHzfcr Com/F assessments ar 30. 54, 125, 150 and 220 MHz respectlvely Above 5 GHz frequency
valrdriy can be exlenrieu to 2110 MHz \
’ Al frequencles below 3 el-lz, lne vaiidlty ofrrssue parameters (5 and n) can be relaxed rc e 1D“/u lf quura compensation formula rs appiied ro
measured SAR values. Al frequerlules above 3 GHZ. lire valrriily of «issue parameters is and a] is reslricred to e 5% The uncenarnry ls the ass of
me ConvF uncenarnly lor lndlcated larger lissue paramerers
° Alpha/Depth are determined durlng caiibraiiorl, SPEAG warrants that the remaining devralrbn due lb Ihe boundary erlecr after compensallon is
always less man a 1% lorfrequencres below 3 GHz and below z 2% lbrlrequencres between 375 GHz a! any dlslarlce larger man nallme pmbe ilp
dramerer from me boundary.
Cemficaie N0: EX3-73857Mar16 Page 5 of 11
EX3DV4— SN:7385 March 2. 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:7385
‘Calibration Parameter Determined in Body Tissue Simulating Media
Rela e Conductivity Depth 5 Unc
f (MHz) C Permittrvrty ‘ (S/m) ' ConvF x ConvF v ConvF 1 Alpha 5 (mm) (lr=1)
5250 48.9 5.36 4.59 4.59 4.59 0.50 1.90 213.1 %
5600 48.5 5.77 3.90 3.90 3.90 0.55 1.90 113.1 %
5750 48.3 5.94 4.13 4.13 4.13 0.55 1.90 $13.1 %
5 Frequency valldity above 300 MHZ ot e 100 MHz only applies for DASY v4 4 and higher tsee Page 2), else it is restricted to e 50 MHz. The
uncertainty re the ass ol the ConvF uncertainty at calibration frequency and the uncenalniy tor the lndrcated lrequency band Frequency valldiiy
below 300 MHz is a 10. 25, 40. 50 and 70 MHz tor Cam/F assessments at 30. 64. 123. t50 and 220 MHz respectively Above 5 GHztreouency
valldlty can be extended to 1110 MHz. s
‘ Al lrequencles below 3 GHZ, the valldity ot tissue parameters tc and <1] can be relaxed to e 1070 rl liquid com bensatron formula ls applled to
measured SAR values. At lrequeneies above 3 Gl—tz, the validrty ottissue parameters (a and e) is restnmed to e 5%. The uncenernty is the R35 oi
the ConvF uncertainty for rndlbated target (lssue parameters.
5 Alpha/Depth are deterrnlned during callbratlon SPEAG warrants that the remainth deviation due to the boundary effect after compensation ls
always less than 1 t% for frequencies below 3 GHz and below e 2% lor frequencres between 376 GHZ at any distance larger than half the probe trb
drameter from the boundary
Certificate No: EX3—73857Mar16 Page 6 of 11
EX3DV4— SNZ7385 E March 2, 2016
Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cellzifi110 EXX, Waveguide: R22)
Frequency response (normalized)
iiirrriii‘lrrl
i | r i
0 500 1003 1500 2000 2500 3000
r [MHz]
in! 35
Q5 iiiiiiililiili
Uncertainty of Frequency Response of E-field: t 6.3% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3—73857Mar16 Page 7 of 11
EX3DV4— SN27385
March 2. 2016
Receiving Pattern (11), S = 0°
f=600 MHZ,TEM
9° ,
135 .‘ '_ w
m . ..
a n. by as
. ‘ ~
125 m
, 27° W,
o 0
Tot x v
f=1800 MHz,R22
05 < ' ‘ , 45
' _‘oz, a. D_5 'ns
125 ' i _ ' m
m'
xc‘
(a
N.‘
Tot
“$42
Ru! [1
ist1 ZSWHz
Uncertainty of Axial Isotropy Assessment: 1 0.5% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3~7385_Mar16
Page Soi11
EXSDV4— SN:7385
Dynamic Range f(SARhead)
(TEM cell ,fm|= 1900 MHz)
10‘
Input Signal [W]
103
10Z
1C"3 113'2 10" 103 101 102 103
SAR [mW/cm3]
Ll
not compensated compensated
Error [dB]
0 _.
I 4_'7
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