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TEST REPORT
Tested by Approved by
SoonHo, Kim / Test Engineer SeongSeok, Seo / Compliance Engineer
This report may not be reproduced without the full written consent of
Standard Engineering Laboratory.
Standard Engineering Co. Ltd.
377-11, Sinjang-ri, Eumam-myeon, Seosan-si,
ChoongNam 356-844, South Korea
Tel.: +82-41-663-9436, Fax :+82-41-663-9434
www.stdeng.com
1. Applicant
Name :ARAM Solution Co.,Ltd
Brand Name :N/A
Address :Venture-dong #202, jeonbuk technopark,109, Ballyong-ro,
Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Korea
FCC ID :2AAVTABP-1000
2. Products
Name :BESEN
Model No. :ABP-1000
Variant Model No. :N/A
Manufacturer :ARAM Solution Co.,Ltd
Address :Venture-dong #202, jeonbuk technopark,109, Ballyong-ro,
Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Korea
3. Test Standard : 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
4. Test Method : ANSI C63.10-2013
5. Test Result : PASS
6. Dates of Test : December 08, 2016 to December 14, 2016
7. Date of Issue : December 16, 2016
8. Test Laboratory : Standard Engineering Co. Ltd.
FCC Designation Number : 624439
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1. Test Summary
Test Test Requirement Test method Result
Antenna Requirement 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.203/15.247 (c) ANSI C63.10 2013 PASS
AC Power Line
Conducted
Emission
47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.207 ANSI C63.10 2013 PASS
Conducted Peak Output
Power
47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.247 (b)(3)
KDB558074 D01
v03r05 PASS
6dB Occupied
Bandwidth
47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.247 (a)(2)
KDB558074 D01
v03r05 PASS
Power Spectral Density 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.247 (e)
KDB558074 D01
v03r05 PASS
Band-edge for RF
Conducted Emissions
47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.247(d)
KDB558074 D01
v03r05 PASS
RF Conducted Spurious
Emissions
47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.247(d)
KDB558074 D01
v03r05 PASS
Radiated Spurious
Emissions
47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.205/15.209 ANSI C63.10 2013 PASS
Band Edge (Radiated
Emission)
47 CFR Part 15, Subpart C
Section 15.205/15.209 ANSI C63.10 2013 PASS
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2. TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Test Summary...........................................................................................................................................................2
2. Table of Contents....................................................................................................................................................3
3. General Information...............................................................................................................................................4
3.1 Client Information............................................................................................................................................4
3.2 General Description of E.U.T........................................................................................................................4
3.3 Details of E.U.T..................................................................................................................................................4
3.4 Operation Frequency each of channel.....................................................................................................5
3.5 Description of Support Units ......................................................................................................................5
3.6 Duty Cycle Of Test signal.............................................................................................................................6
3.7 Abnormalities from Standard Conditions...............................................................................................6
3.8 Other Information Requested by the Customer..................................................................................6
3.9 Test Location.....................................................................................................................................................6
4. Equipment Used during Test..............................................................................................................................7
5. Test Results and Measurement Data...............................................................................................................8
5.1 Antenna Requirement....................................................................................................................................8
5.2 Conducted Peak Output Power..................................................................................................................9
5.3 6dB Occupy Bandwidth...............................................................................................................................13
5.4 Power Spectral Density...............................................................................................................................16
5.5 Band-edge for RF Conducted Emissions..............................................................................................19
5.6 RF Conducted Spurious Emissions..........................................................................................................21
5.7 Radiated Spurious Emissions....................................................................................................................25
5.7.1Harmonic and other spurious emissions........................................................................................29
5.7.1.1 Test at Lowest Channel in transmitting status..........................................................................29
5.7.1.2 Test at middle Channel in transmitting status..........................................................................32
5.7.1.3 Test at Highest Channel in transmitting status........................................................................35
5.8 Band Edge (Radiated Emission)...............................................................................................................38
5.9 Conducted Emissions at Mains Terminals 150 kHz to 30 MHz....................................................43
5.9.1 Measurement Data................................................................................................................................45
5.10 Radio Frequency Exposure Procedures..............................................................................................47
** APPENDIX............................................................................................................................................................49
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3. General Information
3.1. Client Information
Applicant : ARAM Solution Co.,Ltd
Address of Applicant : Venture-dong #202, jeonbuk technopark,109, Ballyong-ro,
Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Korea
3.2. General Description of E.U.T.
Product Name : BESEN
Model No. : ABP-1000
3.3. Details of E.U.T.
Operation Frequency : 2402 MHz to 2480 MHz
Wireless Type : Bluetooth
Channel Numbers : 40 Channels
Channel Spacing : 2MHz
Type of Modulation : GFSK
Antenna Type : Pattern Antenna
Antenna Gain : -0.68 dBi
Test Software : nrfgostudio_win-64_1.21.2_installer
Power Supply : DC 5.0 V
Test Voltage : DC 5.0 V
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3.4. Operation Frequency each of channel
Channel Frequency Channel Frequency Channel Frequency Channel Frequency
12402MHz 11 2422MHz 21 2442MHz 31 2462MHz
22404MHz 12 2424MHz 22 2444MHz 32 2464MHz
32406MHz 13 2426MHz 23 2446MHz 33 2466MHz
42408MHz 14 2428MHz 24 2448MHz 34 2468MHz
52410MHz 15 2430MHz 25 2450MHz 35 2470MHz
62412MHz 16 2432MHz 26 2452MHz 36 2472MHz
72414MHz 17 2434MHz 27 2454MHz 37 2474MHz
82416MHz 18 2436MHz 28 2456MHz 38 2476MHz
92418MHz 19 2438MHz 29 2458MHz 39 2478MHz
10 2420MHz 20 2440MHz 30 2460MHz 40 2480MHz
Note:
In section 15.31(m), regards to the operating frequency range over 10 MHz, the Lowest
frequency, the middle frequency, and the highest frequency of channel were selected to
perform the test, and the selected channel see below:
Channel Frequency
Lowest channel 2402MHz
Middle channel 2440MHz
Highest channel 2480MHz
3.5. Description of Support Units
The EUT has been tested with corresponding accessories as below:
Supplied by Standard Engineering Laboratory.:
Description Manufacturer Model No. Serial No.
NoteBook LG SD550 308QCZP556717
USB Cable - --
Jig NORDIC
SEMICONDUCTOR JVE-M2 E232940
Power Supply Provice PWS-5005D 205050
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3.6. Duty Cycle Of Test signal
Duty cycle is <93%, duty factor shall be considered. Duty cycle=Tx on/(Tx on+Tx off),
Duty factor=10*log(1/duty cycle)
Band Rate Duty cycle Duty Cycle Factor
2.4 GHz band 1 Byte 0.206 6.86
3.7. Abnormalities from Standard Conditions
None.
3.8. Other Information Requested by the Customer
None.
3.9. Test Location
377-11, Sinjang-ri, Eumam-myeon, Seosan-si, ChoongNam 356-844, South Korea
(FCC Designation Number : 624439)
This test site is in compliance with ISO/IEC 17025 for general requirements for the competence
of testing and calibration laboratories.
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4. Equipment Used during Test
No. Test Equipment Manufacturer Model No. Serial No. Cal. Date Next
Cal. Data Used
equipment
1 EMI Test Receiver LIG LSA-265 L07098033 03/08/2016 03/08/2017
2 EMI Test Receiver Rhode & Schwarz ESIB7 3311 02/11/2016 02/11/2017
3 Bi-log Antenna Schwarzbeck VULB9163 164 09/15/2014 09/30/2017
4 Loop Antenna EMCO 6502 9206-2769 01/28/2016 01/28/2018
5 Spectrum Analyzer Agilent E4440A US45303130 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
6 Frequency Counter HP 5347A 3009A02742 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
7 Attenuator Agilent 8495B 3308A22485 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
8 Power Meter Agilent E4418B MY405111655 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
9 Power Sensor HP 8485A 2347A02746 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
10 RF Cable Gigalane
SMS102-MF1
41-SMS102-1.0
M
PB1252301285 N/A N/A
11 Signal Generator HP 83630A 3420A00728 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
12 Oscilloscope HP 54815A US38380122 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
13 Pre Amplifier Agilent 8449B 3008A02105 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
14 Signal Generator Rhode & Schwarz SML03 102330 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
15 Power Divider Agilent 11636B 50309 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
16 Power Sensor Seoksan Tech SE-CT-02 S7400JD53406
18 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
17 DC Power Supply HP 6032A US35420383 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
18 Slidacs Sunchang Electrics 5KV N/A 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
19 Bandreject Filter K&L Microwave 50140 555 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
20 Horn Antenna Schwarzbeck BBHA9120A 346 02/05/2016 02/05/2018
21 Horn Antenna A.H. SYSTEMS SAS-572 269 09/03/2015 09/03/2017
22 DC Power Supply Provice PWS-5005D 205050 01/26/2016 01/26/2017
23 Pulse Limiter Rhode & Schwarz ESH3-Z2 100137 11/10/2016 11/10/2017 ■
24 LISN Rhode & Schwarz ESH3-Z5 100204 11/10/2016 11/10/2017
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5. Test Results and Measurement Data
5.1. Antenna Requirement
Standard requirement: 47 CFR Part 15C Section 15.203 /247(c)
15.203 requirement:
An intentional radiator shall be designed to ensure that no antenna other than that
furnished by the responsible party shall be used with the device. The use of a permanently
attached antenna or of an antenna that uses a unique coupling to the intentional radiator,
the manufacturer may design the unit so that a broken antenna can be replaced by the
user, but the use of a standard antenna jack or electrical connector is prohibited.
15.247(b) (4) requirement:
The conducted output power limit specified in paragraph (b) of this section is based on the
use of antennas with directional gains that do not exceed 6 dBi. Except as shown in
paragraph (c) of this section, if transmitting antennas of directional gain greater than 6 dBi
are used, the conducted output power from the intentional radiator shall be reduced
below the stated values in paragraphs (b)(1), (b)(2), and (b)(3) of this section, as
appropriate, by the amount in dB that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
EUT Antenna PASS
The transmitter has an Internal Pattern antenna. The directional gain of the antenna is
-0.68 dBi. please refer to the EUT Internal photos and Antenna gain.
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5.2. Conducted Peak Output Power
Test Requirement: 47 CFR Part 15C Section 15.247 (b)(3)
Test Method: KDB558074 D01 v03r05
Test Configuration:
Test Instruments: Refer to section 4.10 for details
Exploratory Test
Mode:
Transmitting mode
Final Test Mode: Non-hopping transmitting with GFSK modulation
Limit: 30dBm
Test Results: Pass
Measurement Data
Peak Power
Test channel Peak Output Power (dBm) Limit (dBm) Result
Lowest 3.25 30.00 Pass
Middle 2.11 30.00 Pass
Highest 0.38 30.00 Pass
Average Power
Test channel
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Duty Cycle
Factor
Final
Conducted
Power
(dBm)
Limit (dBm) Result
Lowest -4.19 6.86 2.67 30.00 Pass
Middle -6.10 6.86 0.76 30.00 Pass
Highest -6.94 6.86 -0.08 30.00 Pass
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Result plot as follows:
Test mode: Peak Power
Lowest Channel:
Middle Channel:
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Highest Channel:
Result plot as follows:
Test mode: Average Power
Lowest Channel:
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Middle Channel:
Highest Channel:
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5.3. 6dB Occupy Bandwidth
Test Requirement: 47 CFR Part 15C Section 15.247 (a)(2)
Test Method: KDB558074 D01 v03r05
Test Configuration:
Instruments Used: Refer to section 4.10 for details
Exploratory Test Mode: Transmitting mode
Final Test Mode: Non-hopping transmitting with GFSK modulation
Limit: ≥ 500 kHz
Test Results: Pass
Measurement Data
Test channel 6dB Occupy Bandwidth
(kHz) Limit (kHz) Result
Lowest 752 ≥ 500 Pass
Middle 714 ≥ 500 Pass
Highest 731 ≥ 500 Pass
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Result plot as follows:
Test mode: GFSK
Lowest Channel:
Middle Channel:
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Highest Channel:
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5.4. Power Spectral Density
Test Requirement: 47 CFR Part 15C Section 15.247 (e)
Test Method: KDB558074 D01 v03r05
Test Configuration:
Test Instruments: Refer to section 4.10 for details
Exploratory Test
Mode:
Transmitting mode
Final Test Mode: Non-hopping transmitting with GFSK modulation
Limit: ≤8dBm/3kHz
Test Results: Pass
Measurement Data
GFSK mode
Test channel Power Spectral Density
(dBm/3kHz)
Limit
(dBm/3kHz) Result
Lowest -10.39 ≤8 dBm/3kHz Pass
Middle -11.01 ≤8 dBm/3kHz Pass
Highest -12.51 ≤8 dBm/3kHz Pass
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Result plot as follows:
Test mode: GFSK
Lowest Channel:
Middle Channel:
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Highest Channel:
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5.5. Band-edge for RF Conducted Emissions
Test Requirement: FCC Part15 C section 15.247 (d)
Test Method: KDB558074 D01 v03r05
Test Configuration:
Exploratory Test Mode: Transmitting mode
Final Test Mode: Non-hopping transmitting with GFSK modulation
Limit: In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which
the spread spectrum intentional radiator is operating, the radio
frequency power that is produced by the intentional radiator
shall be at least 20 dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth
within the band that contains the highest level of the desired
power, based on either an RF conducted or a radiated
measurement.
Instruments Used: Refer to section 4.10 for details
Test Results: Pass
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Result plot as follows:
Test mode: GFSK
Lowest Channel:
Highest Channel:
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5.6. RF Conducted Spurious Emissions
Test Requirement: 47 CFR Part 15C Section 15.247 (d)
Test Method: KDB558074 D01 v03r05
Test Configuration:
Exploratory Test Mode: Transmitting mode
Final Test Mode: Non-hopping transmitting with GFSK modulation
Limit: In any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the frequency band in which
the spread spectrum intentional radiator is operating, the radio
frequency power that is produced by the intentional radiator
shall be at least 20 dB below that in the 100 kHz bandwidth
within the band that contains the highest level of the desired
power, based on either an RF conducted or a radiated
measurement.
Instruments Used: Refer to section 4.10 for details
Test Results: Pass
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Result plot as follows:
Test mode: GFSK
Lowest Channel:
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Middle Channel:
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Highest Channel:
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5.7. Radiated Spurious Emissions
Test equirement: 47 CFR Part 15C Section 15.209 and 15.205
Test Method: ANSI C63.10 2013
Test Site: Measurement Distance: 3m
Receiver Setup:
Frequency Detector RBW VBW Remark
0.009MHz-0.090MHz Peak 10kHz 30kHz Peak
0.009MHz-0.090MHz Average 10kHz 30kHz Average
0.090MHz-0.110MHz Quasi-peak 10kHz 30kHz Quasi-peak
0.110MHz-0.490MHz Peak 10kHz 30kHz Peak
0.110MHz-0.490MHz Average 10kHz 30kHz Average
0.490MHz -30MHz Quasi-peak 10kHz 30kHz Quasi-peak
30MHz-1GHz Quasi-peak 100kHz 300kHz Quasi-peak
Above 1GHz Peak 1MHz 3MHz Peak
Peak 1MHz 10Hz Average
Limit:
Frequency Field strength
(microvolt/meter)
Limit
(dBuV/m) Remark Measurement
distance (m)
0.009MHz-0.490MHz 2400/F(kHz) - - 300
0.490MHz-1.705MHz 24000/F(kHz) - - 30
1.705MHz-30MHz 30 - - 30
30MHz-88MHz 100 40.0 Quasi-peak 3
88MHz-216MHz 150 43.5 Quasi-peak 3
216MHz-960MHz 200 46.0 Quasi-peak 3
960MHz-1GHz 500 54.0 Quasi-peak 3
Above 1GHz 500 54.0 Average 3
Note:
15.35(b), Unless otherwise specified, the limit on peak radio frequency emissions is
20dB above the maximum permitted average emission limit applicable to the
equipment under test. This peak limit applies to the total peak emission level radiated
by the device.
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Test Configuration:
1) 9 kHz to 30 MHz emissions:
2) 30 MHz to 1 GHz emissions:
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3) 1 GHz to 25 GHz emissions:
Test Procedure:
a. For below 1GHz, the EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8
meters above the ground at a 3 meter OATS. The table was rotated 360
degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
b. For above 1GHz, the EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 1.5
meters above the ground at a 3 meter anechoic chamber. The table was
rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
c. The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving
antenna, which was mounted on the top of a variable-height antenna
tower.
d. The antenna height is varied from one meter to four meters above the
ground to determine the maximum value of the field strength. Both
horizontal and vertical polarizations of the antenna are set to make the
measurement.
d. The antenna height is varied from one meter to four meters above the
ground to determine the maximum value of the field strength. Both
horizontal and vertical polarizations of the antenna are set to make the
measurement.
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Test Procedure:
e. For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case
and then the antenna was tuned to heights from 1 meter to 4 meters (for
the test frequency of below 30MHz, the antenna was tuned to heights 1
meter) and the rotatable table was turned from 0 degrees to 360
degrees to find the maximum reading.
f. The test-receiver system was set to Peak Detect Function and Specified
Bandwidth with Maximum Hold Mode.
g. If the emission level of the EUT in peak mode was 10dB lower than the
limit specified, then testing could be stopped and the peak values of the
EUT would be reported. Otherwise the emissions that did not have 10dB
margin would be re-tested one by one using peak, quasi-peak or
average method as specified and then reported in a data sheet.
h. Test the EUT in the lowest channel (2402MHz),the middle channel
(2440MHz),the Highest channel (2480MHz)
i. The radiation measurements are performed in X, Y, Z axis positioning
for Transmitting mode, and found the X axis positioning which it is the
worst case.
j. Repeat above procedures until all frequencies measured was complete.
Test Mode: Transmitting mode.
Test Results: Pass
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5.7.1. Harmonic and other spurious emissions
5.7.1.1. Test at Lowest Channel in transmitting status
9 kHz~30 MHz Field Strength of Unwanted Emissions. Quasi-Peak Measurement
The measurements with active loop antenna were greater than 20dB below the limit, so
the test data were not recorded in the test report.
30 MHz~1 GHz Spurious Emissions. Quasi-Peak Measurement
Test Mode: GFSK Test channel: Lowest
Vertical: Level (dBμV/m)
Quasi-peak measurement
Frequency
(MHz)
Detect
Mode
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Emission
Level
(dB/m)
Limit
(dB㎶/m)
56.70 QP V 33.31 6.18 27.13 40.0
61.80 QP V 34.39 5.65 28.74 40.0
152.28 QP V 32.81 11.88 20.93 43.5
342.68 QP V 29.37 16.62 12.75 46.0
481.45 QP V 37.47 20.38 17.09 46.0
609.31 QP V 37.79 23.03 14.76 46.0
719.27 QP V 42.14 24.40 17.74 46.0
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Horizontal: Level (dBμV/m)
Quasi-peak measurement
Frequency
(MHz)
Detect
Mode
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Emission
Level
(dB/m)
Limit
(dB㎶/m)
58.18 QP H 33.12 5.82 27.30 40.0
63.97 QP H 34.14 5.97 28.17 40.0
113.81 QP H 28.88 11.68 17.20 43.5
166.08 QP H 37.92 11.12 26.80 46.0
236.71 QP H 37.01 13.33 23.68 46.0
480.73 QP H 39.66 20.36 19.30 46.0
719.97 QP H 44.97 24.41 20.56 46.0
899.99 QP H 44.30 26.65 17.65 46.0
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1~25 GHz Harmonics & Spurious Emissions. Peak & Average Measurement
Peak / Average Measurement:
Frequency
(MHz)
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Amplifier
Gain
(dB)
Emission
Level
(dB㎶/m)
Limit
(dB/m)
The amplitude of spurious emissions that are attenuated by more
than 20 dB below the permissible value has no need to be reported.
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5.7.1.2. Test at middle Channel in transmitting status
9 kHz~30 MHz Field Strength of Unwanted Emissions. Quasi-Peak Measurement
The measurements with active loop antenna were greater than 20dB below the limit, so
the test data were not recorded in the test report.
30 MHz~1 GHz Spurious Emissions. Quasi-Peak Measurement
Test Mode: GFSK Test channel: Middle
Vertical: Level (dV/m)
Quasi-peak measurement
Frequency
(MHz)
Detect
Mode
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Emission
Level
(dB/m)
Limit
(dB㎶/m)
57.07 QP V 33.47 6.09 27.38 40.0
64.71 QP V 32.16 6.07 26.09 40.0
152.34 QP V 33.63 11.87 21.76 43.5
228.45 QP V 32.84 12.63 20.21 46.0
478.18 QP V 37.17 20.29 16.88 46.0
609.30 QP V 39.37 23.03 16.34 46.0
718.20 QP V 44.14 24.38 19.76 46.0
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Horizontal: Level (dBμV/m)
Quasi-peak measurement
Frequency
(MHz)
Detect
Mode
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Emission
Level
(dB/m)
Limit
(dB㎶/m)
58.54 QP H 29.12 5.74 23.38 40.0
64.69 QP H 32.62 6.07 26.55 40.0
151.84 QP H 34.99 11.90 23.09 43.5
237.07 QP H 35.55 13.36 22.19 46.0
480.71 QP H 36.67 20.36 16.31 46.0
719.61 QP H 42.37 24.40 17.97 46.0
900.03 QP H 42.64 26.65 15.99 46.0
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1~25 GHz Harmonics & Spurious Emissions. Peak & Average Measurement
Peak / Average Measurement:
Frequency
(MHz)
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Amplifier
Gain
(dB)
Emission
Level
(dB㎶/m)
Limit
(dB/m)
The amplitude of spurious emissions that are attenuated by more
than 20 dB below the permissible value has no need to be reported.
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5.7.1.3. Test at Highest Channel in transmitting status
9 kHz~30 MHz Field Strength of Unwanted Emissions. Quasi-Peak Measurement
The measurements with active loop antenna were greater than 20dB below the limit, so
the test data were not recorded in the test report.
30 MHz~1 GHz Spurious Emissions. Quasi-Peak Measurement
Test Mode: GFSK Test channel: Highest
Vertical: Level (dBμV/m)
Quasi-peak measurement
Frequency
(MHz)
Detect
Mode
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Emission
Level
(dB/m)
Limit
(dB㎶/m)
57.08 QP V 33.19 6.09 27.10 40.0
63.66 QP V 33.28 5.92 27.36 40.0
152.33 QP V 33.03 11.87 21.16 43.5
228.49 QP V 31.49 12.63 18.86 46.0
380.76 QP V 32.23 17.68 14.55 46.0
480.72 QP V 37.37 20.36 17.01 46.0
609.27 QP V 37.55 23.03 14.52 46.0
720.00 QP V 42.26 24.41 17.85 46.0
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Horizontal: Level (dBμV/m)
Quasi-peak measurement
Frequency
(MHz)
Detect
Mode
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Emission
Level
(dB/m)
Limit
(dB㎶/m)
57.84 QP H 29.66 5.91 23.75 40.0
63.97 QP H 31.28 5.97 25.31 40.0
151.72 QP H 36.76 11.91 24.85 43.5
238.89 QP H 33.19 13.52 19.67 46.0
479.99 QP H 40.07 20.34 19.73 46.0
719.25 QP H 42.13 24.40 17.73 46.0
899.99 QP H 42.62 26.65 15.97 46.0
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1~25 GHz Harmonics & Spurious Emissions. Peak & Average Measurement
Peak / Average Measurement:
Frequency
(MHz)
Polarization
(V/H)
Measured
Value
(dB)
Antenna Factor
+
Cable Loss
(dB/m)
Amplifier
Gain
(dB)
Emission
Level
(dB㎶/m)
Limit
(dB/m)
Remark:
1). The field strength is calculated by adding the Antenna Factor. Cable Factor & Preamplifier.
The basic equation with a sample calculation is as follows:
Emission = Measured Value + Antenna Factor + Cable Loss –Amplifier Gain.
2). As shown in Section, for frequencies above 1000 MHz. the above field strength limits are
based on average limits. However, the peak field strength of any emission shall not exceed the
maximum permitted average limits specified above by more than 20 dB under any condition
of modulation.
3). The test only perform the EUT in transmitting status since the test frequencies were over
1GHz only required transmitting status.
The amplitude of spurious emissions that are attenuated by more
than 20 dB below the permissible value has no need to be reported.
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5.8. Band Edge (Radiated Emission)
Test
Requirement:
FCC Part15 C Section 15.247
(d) In addition, radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands. as
defined in Section 15.205(a), must also comply with the radiated
emission limits specified in Section 15.209(a) (see Section 15.205(c)).
Test Method: ANSI C63.10: 2013
Measurement 3m
Limit: Section 15.209(a)
40.0 dBμV/m between 30MHz & 88MHz; Quasi-peak Value
43.5 dBμV/m between 88MHz & 216MHz; Quasi-peak Value
46.0 dBμV/m between 216MHz & 960MHz; Quasi-peak Value
54.0 dBμV/m between 960MHz.& 1GHz; Quasi-peak Value
54.0 dBμV/m Above 1GHz; Average Value
74.0 dBμV/m Above 1GHz; Peak Value
Test Procedure: a. The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters above
the ground at a 3 meter semi-anechoic camber. The table was rotated
360 degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
b. The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving
antenna, which was mounted on the top of a variable-height antenna
tower.
c. The antenna height is varied from one meter to four meters above the
ground to determine the maximum value of the field strength. Both
horizontal and vertical polarizations of the antenna are set to make the
measurement.
d. For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case
and then the antenna was tuned to heights from 1 meter to 4 meters
and the rotatable table was turned from 0 degrees to 360 degrees to
find the maximum reading.
e. The test-receiver system was set to Peak Detect Function and
Specified Bandwidth with Maximum Hold Mode.
f. Place a marker at the end of the restricted band closest to the transmit
frequency to show compliance. Also measure any emissions in the
restricted bands. Save the spectrum analyzer plot. Repeat for each
power and modulation for lowest and highest channel
g. Test the EUT in the lowest channel , the Highest channel
h. The radiation measurements are performed in X, Y, Z axis positioning.
And found the X axis positioning which it is worse case, only the test
worst case mode is recorded in the report.
i. Repeat above procedures until all frequencies measured was complete.
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Exploratory Test
Mode:
Transmitting mode
Final Test Mode: Non-hopping transmitting with GFSK modulation
Instruments Used: Refer to section 4.10 for details
Test Results: Pass
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Measurement Result:
Lowest Channel , Horizontal , Peak/Average Detector
High Channel , Horizontal , Peak/Average Detector
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Low Channel , Vertical , Peak/Average Detector
High Channel , Vertical , Peak/Average Detector
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Section 15.205 Restricted bands of operation.
(a) Except as shown in paragraph (d) of this section. only spurious emissions are permitted in
any of the frequency bands listed below:
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5.9. Conducted Emissions at Mains Terminals 150 kHz to 30 MHz
Test Requirement: FCC Part 15 C section 15.207
Test Method: ANSI C63.10: ANSI C63.10: 2013
Frequency Range: 150 kHz to 30 MHz
Detector: Peak for pre-scan (9 kHz Resolution Bandwidth)
Test Limit
EUT Operation: Test in normal operating mode. For intentional radiators,
measurements of the variation of the input power or the radiated
signal level of the fundamental frequency component of the emission,
as appropriate, shall be performed with the supply voltage varied
between 85% and 115% of the nominal rated supply voltage.
Pre-Scan has been conducted to determine the worst-case mode
from all possible combinations between available modulations, data
rates and antenna ports (if EUT with antenna diversity architecture).
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Test Configuration:
Test procedure:
1. The mains terminal disturbance voltage test was conducted in a shielded room.
2. The EUT was connected to AC power source through a LISN 1 (Line Impedance Stabilization
Network) which provides a 50/5H + 5linear impedance. The power cables of all other units
of the EUT were connected to a second LISN 2, which was bonded to the ground reference
plane in the same way as the LISN 1 for the unit being measured. A multiple socket outlet strip
was used to connect multiple power cables to a single LISN provided the rating of the LISN was
not exceeded.
3. The tabletop EUT was placed upon a non-metallic table 0.8m above the ground reference
plane. And for floor-standing arrangement, the EUT was placed on the horizontal ground
reference plane, but separated from metallic contact with the ground reference plane by 0.1m
of insulation.
4. The test was performed with a vertical ground reference plane. The rear of the EUT shall be
0,4 m from the vertical ground reference plane. The vertical ground reference plane was
bonded to the horizontal ground reference plane. The LISN 1 was placed 0,8 m from the
boundary of the unit under test and bonded to a ground reference plane for LISNs mounted
on top of the ground reference plane. This distance was between the closest points of the LISN
1 and the EUT. All other units of the EUT and associated equipment was at least 0,8 m from the
LISN 2.
5) In order to find the maximum emission, the relative positions of equipment and all of the
interface cables must be changed according to ANSI C63.10: 2009 on conducted
measurement.
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5.9.1. Measurement Data
Pre-scan was performed with peak detected on all ports, Quasi-peak & average
measurements were performed at the frequencies at which maximum peak emission level
were detected. Please see the attached Quasi-peak and Average test results.
Line - PE(QusiPeak and Average detector used)
REDUCTION TABLE
No
Freq
(MHz)
Level
(dBuV)
Corr
(dB)
Limit
(dBuV)
Margin
(dB)
State
Reference
1 0.180 47.90 10.06
64.49 16.59 Pass QP
2 0.273 37.79 9.96
61.03 23.24 Pass QP
3 0.378 33.59 10.94
58.33 24.74 Pass QP
4 0.473 29.91 9.98
56.46 26.55 Pass QP
5 2.000 28.19 10.12
56.00 27.81 Pass QP
6 16.527 30.19 10.92 60.00 29.81 Pass QP
7 27.468 31.24 11.31
60.00 28.76 Pass QP
8 0.180 27.71 10.06
54.49 26.78 Pass AV
9 0.273 20.51 9.96
51.03 30.52 Pass AV
10 0.378 21.07 10.94
48.33 27.26 Pass AV
11 0.473 20.53 9.98
46.46 25.93 Pass AV
12 2.000 19.16 10.12
46.00 26.84 Pass AV
13 16.527 19.71 10.92
50.00 30.29 Pass AV
14 27.468 23.31 11.31
50.00 26.69 Pass AV
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Neutral – PE(QusiPeak and Average detector used)
REDUCTION TABLE
No
Freq
(MHz)
Level
(dBuV)
Corr
(dB)
Limit
(dBuV)
Margin
(dB)
State
Reference
1 0.163 48.89 10.15
65.31 16.42 Pass QP
2 0.715 23.94 9.99
56.00 32.06 Pass QP
3 1.232 27.98 10.04
56.00 28.02 Pass QP
4 3.547 29.45 10.18 56.00 26.55 Pass QP
5 4.793 26.75 10.25
56.00 29.25 Pass QP
6 17.476 28.72 10.80
60.00 31.28 Pass QP
7 26.340 32.00 11.05
60.00 28.00 Pass QP
8 0.163 27.47 10.15
55.31 27.84 Pass AV
9 0.715 17.28 9.99
46.00 28.72 Pass AV
10 1.232 21.57 10.04
46.00 24.43 Pass AV
11 3.547 20.18 10.18
46.00 25.82 Pass AV
12 4.793 16.60 10.25
46.00 29.40 Pass AV
13 17.476 17.94 10.80
50.00 32.06 Pass AV
14 26.340 25.04 11.05
50.00 24.96 Pass AV
Measurement data:
* Detector function was set into Quasi-peak & Average mode.
* Corr = LISN Factor + Cable loss + Pulse Limiter
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5.10. Radio Frequency Exposure Procedures
Regulation
According to §2.1091, §2.1093 and §1.1307(b), systems operating under the provisions of
this section shall be operated in a manner that ensures that the public is not exposed to
radio frequency energy level in excess of the Commission’'s guidelines.
Note 1 to Table 1: Occupational/controlled limits apply in situations in which persons are
exposed as a consequence of their employment provided those persons are fully aware of the
potential for exposure and can exercise control over their exposure. Limits for
occupational/controlled exposure also apply in situations when an individual is transient
through a location where occupational/controlled limits apply provided he or she is made
aware of the potential for exposure.
The S = PG / (4πR²)
Where S = power density in mW/c
P = transmit power in mW
G = numeric gain of transmit antenna (numeric gain=Log-1(dB antenna gain/10))
R = distance (cm)
The calculations in the table below use the highest gain of antenna for client EUT. These
calculations represent worst case in terms of the exposure levels.
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Measurement Data
Note: 1.0 mW/cm² from 1.310 §Table 1
The worst MPE = 0.00035 mW/cm² < 1.0 mW/cm².
Conclusion : The SAR measurement is exempt.
Channel
Frequency Power Antenna
Gain
Numeric
antenna
gain
RS
Limits
(MHz) (dBm) (mW) (dBi) (mW) (cm) (mW/cm2)(mW/cm
2)
2402 3.25 2.113 -0.68 0.855 20 0.00035 1.0
2440 2.11 1.626 -0.68 0.855 20 0.00027 1.0
2480 0.38 1.091 -0.68 0.855 20 0.00018 1.0
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APPENDIX
1. EUT photo
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