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p1670007_FCC_Part 15.407_Rev 9.0
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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
To
FCC Part 15.407
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]aser.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
Alex Macon
Project Test Engineer
This report may not be reproduced, except in full, without written permission from Compliance Testing.
All results contained herein relate only to the sample tested.
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Test Report Revision History
Revision
Date
Revised By
Reason for Revision
1.0
November 28, 2016
Alex Macon
Original Document
2.0
December 8, 2016
Alex Macon
Included example of duty cycle measurement.
Corrected typo on page 12
Added harmonic mixer to test equipment list.
Removed 2.4 GHz plot from Annex C
Updated conducted emissions language for clarification
on procedure. Also Annex A was clarified.
Included RSS mask in Annex A
3.0
December 12, 2016
Alex Macon
Updated test equipment list with RF filters.
Clarified Duty Cycle correction plots and language.
Updated page 7 output power.
Updated Annex A mask plots
Updated antenna gain
4.0
December 14, 2016
Alex Macon
Removed 15.207 test data.
Updated the equipment utilized list.
5.0
December 15, 2016
Alex Macon
Removed LISN’s from Test Equipment Utilized table
Added 15.207 testing to ‘Test Results Summary’
6.0
December 16, 2016
Amanda Reed
Changed model name
7.0
December 29, 2016
Amanda Reed
Updated zip code
8.0
December 30, 2016
Alex Macon
Updated standards reference dates on page 9
Added language for 1.5 meters in the test procedure on
page 14
9.0
January 9, 2017
Alex Macon
Added nomenclature to Annex B
Updated additional information on page 6
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Table of Contents
Description Page
Standard Test Conditions Engineering Practices 6
Test Results Summary 9
Peak Output Power 10
Transmitter Power Spectral Density 12
Undesirable Emissions Conducted 13
Undesirable Emissions Radiated 14
Occupied Bandwidth 16
Frequency Stability 17
Test Equipment Utilized 18
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ILAC / A2LA
Compliance Testing, LLC, has been accredited in accordance with the recognized International Standard ISO/IEC
17025:2005. This accreditation demonstrates technical competence for a defined scope and the operation of a laboratory
quality management system (refer to the joint ISO-ILAC-IAF Communiqué dated January 2009).
The tests results contained within this test report all fall within our scope of accreditation, unless noted below.
Please refer to http://www.compliancetesting.com/labscope.html for current scope of accreditation.
Testing Certificate Number: 2152.01
FCC Site Reg. #349717
IC Site Reg. #2044A-2
Non-accredited tests contained in this report:
N/A
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The applicant has been cautioned as to the following
15.21 - Information to User
The user’s manual or instruction manual for an intentional radiator shall caution the user that changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
15.27(a) - Special Accessories
Equipment marked to a consumer must be capable of complying with the necessary regulations in the configuration in
which the equipment is marketed. Where special accessories, such as shielded cables and/or special connectors are
required to enable an unintentional or intentional radiator to comply with the emission limits in this part, the equipment
must be marketed with, i.e. shipped and sold with, those special accessories. However, in lieu of shipping or packaging
the special accessories with the unintentional or intentional radiator, the responsible party may employ other methods of
ensuring that the special accessories are provided to the consumer without an additional charge.
Information detailing any alternative method used to supply the special accessories for a grant of equipment authorization
or retained in the verification records, as appropriate. The party responsible for the equipment, as detailed in § 2.909 of
this chapter, shall ensure that these special accessories are provided with the equipment. The instruction manual for such
devices shall include appropriate instructions on the first page of text concerned with the installation of the device that
these special accessories must be used with the device. It is the responsibility of the user to use the needed special
accessories supplied with the equipment.
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Standard Test Conditions Engineering Practices
Except as noted herein, the following conditions and procedures were observed during the testing:
In accordance with C63.10-2013 and unless otherwise indicated in the specific measurement results, the ambient
temperature of the actual EUT was maintained within the range of 10° to 40°C (50° to 104°F) unless the particular
equipment requirements specified testing over a different temperature range. Also, unless otherwise indicated, the
humidity levels were in the range of 10% to 90% relative humidity.
Measurement results, unless otherwise noted, are worst-case measurements.
Temperature
(ºC)
Humidity
(%)
Pressure
(mbar)
22.7 24.3
25.1 35.6
967.8 972.5
EUT Description
Model: AX1006
Description: Body Worn POV Camera System
Firmware: DVR (radio test mode): skytest-0.71.2-0.10.43
DVR (operation mode): TASER 1.7.6
Controller: TASER 0.1.37
Software: N/A
Serial Number: DVR FCC TEST1, DVR FCC TEST4, Controller FCC TEST1
Additional Information:
The EUT is a wireless POV camera utilizing UNII-3 WiFi. It is designed to be used by police officers.
EUT incorporated a chip antenna
EUT Operation during Tests
The EUT was placed into a test mode by the manufacturer. The manufacturer was present during all testing
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EUT Specifications
Equipment Code
NII
Model(s)Tested
AX1006
Model(s) covered
AX1006
Maximum Output Power
18.96 dBm
Frequency Range
5725 - 5850
Bandwidths
20 MHz
Data Rates
6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54, MCS0, MCS1, MCS2, MCS3,
MCS4, MCS5, MCS6, MCS7, MCS8, MCS9
Modulations
BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 256-QAM
Antenna List
No.
Manufacturer
Part #
Antenna Type
Peak Gain
1
Taser
VGAP-CLB-AS-A1
Chip
-3.0 dBi Typ.
15.203: Antenna Requirement:
X
The antenna is permanently attached to the EUT
The antenna uses a unique coupling
The EUT must be professionally installed
The antenna requirement does not apply
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Accessories:
Qty
Description
Manufacturer
Model
S/N
1
Controller
Taser
N/A
N/A
Cables:
Qty
Description
Length
(M)
Shielding
Y/N
Shielded Hood
Y/N
Ferrite
Y/N
1
UFL to SMA
<.2
Y
Y
N
Modifications: None
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Test Results Summary
Specification
Test Name
Pass,
Fail, N/A
Comments
§15.203
Antenna Requirements
Pass
§15.207
§15.407(b)(6)
Line Conducted Emissions
Pass
§15.407(a)(3)
Conducted Output Power
Pass
§15.407(a)(3),(5)
Power Spectral Density
Pass
§15.403(i)
§15.407(e)
6dB Occupied Bandwidth
Pass
99% Occupied Bandwidth
§15.407(b)(4)
Undesirable Emissions
Pass
§15.205
§15.407(b)(4),(5),(6)
General Field Strength Limits
(Restricted Bands and Radiated
Emission limits)
Pass
§15.407(g)
Frequency Stability
Pass
§15.407(f)
RF Exposure
Pass
15.207
A/C Powerline Conducted Emissions
N/A
EUT is DC powered
References
Description
CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B
Unintentional Radiators
CFR47, Part 15, Subpart C
Intentional Radiators
CFR47, Part 15, Subpart E
Unlicensed Nation Information Infrastructure Devices (U-NII)
ANSI C63.10-2013
American National standard for testing Unlicensed Wireless Devices
ANSI C63.4-2014
Method and Measurements of Radio-Noise Emissions from low-Voltage
Electrical and Electronic Equipment in the range 9kHz to 40GHz.
ISO/IEC 17025:2005
General requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibrations
Laboratories
KDB 644545 D03 v01
Guidance for IEEE 802 11ac New Rules
KDB 789033 D02 v01r03
General U-NII Test Procedures New Rules V01
KDB 926956 D01 v02
U-NII Transition Plan
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Peak Output Power
Engineer: Alex Macon
Test Date: 10/18/16
Test Requirements
For the band 5.725-5.85 GHz, the maximum conducted output power over the frequency band of operation shall not
exceed 1 W. If transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, the maximum conducted output
power shall be reduced by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. However, fixed point-
to-point U-NII devices operating in this band may employ transmitting antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi
without any corresponding reduction in transmitter conducted power. Fixed, point-to-point operations exclude the use of
point-to-multipoint systems, omnidirectional applications, and multiple collocated transmitters transmitting the same
information. The operator of the U-NII device, or if the equipment is professionally installed, the installer, is responsible for
ensuring that systems employing high gain directional antennas are used exclusively for fixed, point-to-point operations.
Test Procedure
The RF power was calculated using the spectrum analyzers’ band power function per Method SA-2 from KDB 789033
D02 General U-NII Test Procedures New Rules v01. Measurements were made at the low, mid and high channels of the
band. SA-2 was chosen due to overheating of the device when a higher duty cycle was initiated.
The Spectrum analyzer was set to the following:
a. RBW = 1 MHz
b. VBW ≥ 3 MHz
c. Sweep time = auto
d. Detector = RMS
e. 100 traces in power averaging mode
f. Duty cycle correction:10 log (1/0.34) = 4.68 dB
Test Setup
Test Results
A Mode
Tuned Frequency
(MHz)
Measured Value
(dBm)
Duty Cycle Correction
(dB)
Corrected Value
(dBm)
Specification
Limit
Result
5745
13.46
4.68
18.14
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
5785
13.61
4.68
18.29
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
5825
14.28
4.68
18.96
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
N Mode
Tuned Frequency
(MHz)
Measured Value
(dBm)
Duty Cycle Correction
(dB)
Corrected Value
(dBm)
Specification
Limit
Result
5745
13.38
4.68
18.06
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
5785
13.45
4.68
18.13
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
5825
13.98
4.68
18.66
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
EUT
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
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Example of Duty Cycle Measurement:
The above plots are examples of the radio transmitting in the 2.4 GHz spectrum. The duty cycle was investigated during
all applicable modulation schemes and was confirmed to be within 2% variation throughout its operating range.
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Transmitter Power Spectral Density
Engineer: Alex Macon
Test Date: 10/19/16
Test Requirements
For the band 5.725-5.85 GHz, the maximum power spectral density shall not exceed 30 dBm in any 500 kHz band. If
transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi are used, the maximum power spectral density shall be
reduced by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi. However, fixed point-to-point U-NII
devices operating in this band may employ transmitting antennas with directional gain greater than 6 dBi without any
corresponding reduction in power spectral density.
Test Procedure
The Power Spectral Density was measured using the method per SA-1 from KDB 789033 D02 General U-NII Test
Procedures New Rules v01. Measurements were made at the low, mid and high channels of the band. The maximum
PSD was determine by finding the peak value across the carrier bandwidth. SA-1 was used for this test because the
overheating of the unit was not an issue given the measurement time for PSD is less than the measurement time for
output power. The EUT was capable of transmitting at >98% for short durations without reduction in power.
The Spectrum Analyzer was set to the following:
a. RBW = 500 KHz.
b. VBW ≥ 1500 MHz
c. Span 1.5 * BW
d. Sweep time = auto
e. Detector = RMS
f. 100 traces in power averaging mode Test Setup
Test Results
A Mode
Tuned Frequency
(MHz)
Measured Value
(dBm)
Specification Limit
Result
5745
11.47
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
5785
12.34
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
5825
11.63
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
N Mode
Tuned Frequency
(MHz)
Measured Value
(dBm)
Specification Limit
Result
5745
11.58
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
5785
11.86
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
5825
10.59
1 W (30 dBm)
Pass
EUT
Attenuator
Spectrum
Analyzer
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Undesirable Emissions Conducted
Engineer: Alex Macon
Test Date: 11/2/16
Test Requirements
Unwanted Emissions that fall Outside Restricted Bands
For transmitters operating in the 5.725-5.85 GHz band: All emissions shall be limited to a level of −27 dBm/MHz at 75
MHz or more above or below the band edge increasing linearly to 10 dBm/MHz at 25 MHz above or below the band edge,
and from 25 MHz above or below the band edge increasing linearly to a level of 15.6 dBm/MHz at 5 MHz above or below
the band edge, and from 5 MHz above or below the band edge increasing linearly to a level of 27 dBm/MHz at the band
edge.
The provisions of §15.205 apply to intentional radiators operating under this section.
Unwanted emissions below 1 GHz must comply with the general field strength limits set forth in §15.209.
For Conducted Unwanted Emissions in the Restricted Bands
For conducted measurements above 1000 MHz, EIRP was determined and then the field strength computed by the
following:
E[dBμV/m] = EIRP[dBm] - 20 log(d[meters]) + 104.77, where E = field strength and d = 3m
E[dBμV/m] = EIRP[dBm] + 95.2, for d = 3 meters.
Test Procedure
Per KDB 789033 D02 General U-NII Test Procedures New Rules v01 conducted RF port measurements were made in
lieu of radiated. In addition, Cabinet Emissions measurements were performed in a semi-anechoic chamber with the
antenna port terminated by a matching load. See additional section for Radiated Emissions.
Emissions were observed first with no filter present, and then a band reject filter was incorporated to determine if any
emissions close to the fundamental were erroneous. The band reject filter was replaced with a high pass filter to
determine if the higher frequency spurs (including the 2nd harmonic) were accurate.
The following criteria were addressed:
The Spectrum Analyzer was set to the following for emissions > 1000MHz:
a. RBW = 1 MHz
b. VBW ≥ 3 MHz
c. Detector = Peak.
d. Sweep time = auto.
e. Trace mode = max hold.
1. Note: For emissions where the peak exceeded that of the average 15.209 emission limit the following was
performed.
f. RBW = 1 MHz
g. VBW ≤ RBW/100 (i.e., 10 kHz) but not less than 10 Hz.
For emissions below 1000MHz the Spectrum Analyzer settings were as follows:
a. RBW = 100 kHz
b. VBW ≥ 300 kHz
c. Detector = Peak.
d. Sweep time = auto.
e. Trace mode = max hold. Test Setup
Test Results: See Annex A: Undesirable Emissions Conducted
EUT
Attenuator/Filter
(When necessary)
Spectrum
Analyzer
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Undesirable Emissions Radiated
Engineer: Alex Macon
Test Date: 11/2/16
Test Requirements
The provision of §15.209 were applied. In addition the requirements of §15.205 were also applied.
FCC Part 15 Subpart C Paragraph 15.209(a) Limits
Frequency
(MHz)
Frequency
(microvolts/meter)
Frequency
(meter)
0.009-0.490
2400/F(kHz)
300
0.490-1.705
24000/F(kHz)
30
1.705-30
30
30
30-88
100
3
88-216
150
3
216-960
200
3
Above 960
500
3
Remarks: E field strength (dBμV/m) = 20 log E field strength (uV/m)
Test Procedure
The EUT was setup in accordance with ANSI C63.10. 2013 and tested per KDB 789033. The antenna was replaced with
non-radiating matched load. The EUT is placed on non-conductive platform at a height of 0.8 meters above the ground
plane for frequencies less than 1GHz and at a height of 1.5 meters above the ground plane for frequencies greater than
1GHz. The EUT was rotated 360 degrees and the receive antenna raised and lowered to find the maximum emissions
from 30MHz to the 10th harmonic of the fundamental. The EUT was set to the maximum power level allowed and the low,
mid, and high channels were investigated for emissions.
The Spectrum Analyzer was set to the following for emissions > 1000MHz:
a. (RBW = 1 MHz
b. VBW ≥ 3 MHz
c. Detector = Peak.
d. Sweep time = auto.
e. Trace mode = max hold.
1. Note: For emissions where the peak exceeded that of the average 15.209 emission limit the following was
performed.
f. RBW = 1 MHz
g. VBW RBW/100 (i.e., 10 kHz) but not less than 10Hz
For emissions below 1000MHz the Spectrum Analyzer settings were as follows:
a. RBW = 100 kHz
b. VBW ≥ 300 kHz
c. Detector = Peak.
d. Sweep time = auto.
e. Trace mode = max hold.
1. Note: A quasi peak detector was used for emissions where the peak exceeded that of the average 15.209
emission limits
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Test Setup below 1000MHz
Test Setup above 1000MHz
Test Results: See Annex B: Undesirable Emission Radiated
EUT
Antenna with
Preamp
Spectrum
Analyzer
EUT with
matching load
Antenna
Band
Reject
Filter
Spectrum
Analyzer
Amplifier
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Occupied Bandwidth
Engineer: Alex Macon
Test Date: 10/18/16
Test Requirement
Within the 5.725-5.85 GHz band, the minimum 6 dB bandwidth of U-NII devices shall be at least 500 kHz. For purposes
of this subpart the emission bandwidth shall be determined by measuring the width of the signal between two points, one
below the carrier center frequency and one above the carrier center frequency, that are 6 dB down relative to the
maximum level of the modulated carrier. Determination of the emissions bandwidth is based on the use of measurement
instrumentation employing a peak detector function with an instrument resolution bandwidth approximately equal to 1.0
percent of the emission bandwidth of the device under measurement
Test Procedure
The Spectrum analyzer was set to the following parameters
a. RBW = 100 470 kHz.
b. VBW ≥ 300 kHz
c. Detector = Peak.
d. Trace mode = max hold.
Test Setup
Test Results: See Annex C: Occupied Bandwidth
EUT
Spectrum
Analyzer
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Frequency Stability
Engineer: Alex Macon
Test Date: 10/19/16
Test Requirement
Manufacturers of U-NII devices are responsible for ensuring frequency stability such that an emission is maintained within
the band of operation under all conditions of normal operation as specified in the user’s manual.
Test Procedure
a. The EUT was placed into a temperature chamber and the temperature ranges were set to the manufacturers’
specifications.
b. The RF output of the EUT was connected to a spectrum analyzer
c. The lowest and highest channels of the band were set to transmit
d. The carrier plots were measured to insure that the 6dB band width remained within the band over the prescribed
temperature extremes.
Test Setup
Test Results: See Annex D: Frequency Stability
Spectrum
Analyzer
Temperature Chamber
EUT
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Test Equipment Utilized
Description
Manufacturer
Model #
CT Asset #
Last Cal Date
Cal Due Date
Temperature Chamber
Tenney
Tenney Jr
i00027
NCR
NCR
Harmonic Mixer
HP
11970A
i00193
6/4/15
6/4/18
Horn Antenna
ARA
DRG-118/A
i00271
6/16/16
6/16/18
Horn Antenna, Amplified
ARA
MWH-1826/B
i00273
4/22/15
4/22/18
Humidity / Temp Meter
Newport
IBTHX-W-5
i00282
5/26/16
5/26/17
Voltmeter
Fluke
87III
i00319
4/11/16
4/11/17
Spectrum Analyzer
Agilent
E4407B
i00331
10/19/16
10/19/17
Data Logger
Fluke
Hydra Data Bucket
i00343
4/5/16
4/5/17
Vector Signal Generator
Agilent
E4438C
i00348
2/16/16
2/16/18
Bi-Log Antenna
Schaffner
CBL 6111D
i00349
8/3/16
8/3/18
EMI Analyzer
Agilent
E7405A
i00379
2/11/16
2/11/17
3 Meter Semi-Anechoic
Chamber
Panashield
3 Meter Semi-Anechoic
Chamber
i00428
8/15/16
8/15/19
Signal Generator
Agilent
E4438C
i00457
10/19/16
10/19/18
Tunable Notch Filter
Wainwright
WTRCJV8-5150-5900-40-
160-50SSK
i00462
NCR
PSA Spectrum Analyzer
Agilent
E4445A
i00471
8/30/16
8/30/17
Signal Generator
Agilent
E4437B
i00489
3/18/16
3/18/17
High-Pass Filter
Micro-Tronics
HPM50106
S/N: 013
NCR
In addition to the above listed equipment standard RF connectors and cables were utilized in the testing of the described
equipment. Prior to testing these components were tested to verify proper operation.
END OF TEST REPORT
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