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3998 FAU Blvd. Suite 310 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Tel: 561-961-5585 Fax: 561-961-5587
Certification Test Report
FCC ID: 2AKILBX050
IC: 22194-BX050
FCC Rule Part: 15.247
ISED Canada Radio Standards Specification: RSS-247
ACS Report Number: 16-2074.W06.1A
Applicant: Creed Monarch, Inc.
Model(s): BX050
Test Begin Date: November 22, 2016
Test End Date: November 28, 2016
Report Issue Date: January 3, 2017
FOR THE SCOPE OF ACCREDITATION UNDER CERTIFICATE NUMBER AT-1533
This report must not be used by the client to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by ANAB, ANSI, or any agency of
the Federal Government.
Prepared by: Reviewed by:
Thierry Jean-Charles Ryan McGann
EMC Engineer Wireless Program Manager
Advanced Compliance Solutions, Inc. Advanced Compliance Solutions, Inc.
This test report shall not be reproduced except in full. This report may be reproduced in part with prior written consent of ACS, Inc. The results contained in this report
are representative of the sample(s) submitted for evaluation.
This report contains 20 pages
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 GENERAL ........................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Purpose ............................................................................................................................................ 3
1.2 Applicant Information ........................................................................................................................ 3
1.3 Product Description .......................................................................................................................... 3
1.4 Test Methodology and Considerations ............................................................................................. 3
2 TEST FACILITIES ............................................................................................... 4
2.1 Location ............................................................................................................................................ 4
2.2 Laboratory Accreditations/Recognitions/Certifications ...................................................................... 4
2.3 Radiated & Conducted Emissions Test Site Description .................................................................. 5
2.3.1 Semi-Anechoic Chamber Test Site ............................................................................................. 5
2.3.2 Conducted Emissions Test Site Description ................................................................................ 6
3 APPLICABLE STANDARD REFERENCES ........................................................ 7
4 LIST OF TEST EQUIPMENT ............................................................................... 8
5 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ..................................................................................... 9
6 EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST SETUP BLOCK DIAGRAM .................................... 9
7 SUMMARY OF TESTS ...................................................................................... 10
7.1 Antenna Requirement FCC: Section 15.203 .................................................................................10
7.2 6 dB Bandwidth - FCC: Section 15.247(a)(2); ISED Canada: RSS-247 5.2(1); 99% Bandwidth ISED
Canada: RSS-GEN 6.6 ....................................................................................................................10
7.2.1 Measurement Procedure ............................................................................................................10
7.2.2 Measurement Results ................................................................................................................10
7.3 Peak Output Power - FCC Section 15.247(b)(3); ISED Canada: RSS-247 5.4(4) ...........................12
7.3.1 Measurement Procedure (Conducted Method) ..........................................................................12
7.3.2 Measurement Results ................................................................................................................12
7.4 Band-Edge and Spurious Emissions ...............................................................................................13
7.4.1 Band-Edge Compliance of RF Conducted Emissions - FCC Section 15.247(d); ISED Canada:
RSS-247 5.5 ...............................................................................................................................13
7.4.1.1 Measurement Procedure ........................................................................................................13
7.4.1.2 Measurement Results ............................................................................................................13
7.4.2 RF Conducted Spurious Emissions - FCC Section 15.247(d); ISED Canada: RSS-247 5.5 ......15
7.4.2.1 Measurement Procedure ........................................................................................................15
7.4.2.2 Measurement Results ............................................................................................................15
7.4.3 Radiated Spurious Emissions into Restricted Frequency Bands FCC Sections 15.205, 15.209;
ISED Canada: RSS-Gen 8.9, 8.10 .............................................................................................16
7.4.3.1 Measurement Procedure ........................................................................................................16
7.4.3.2 Duty Cycle Correction ............................................................................................................16
7.4.3.3 Measurement Results ............................................................................................................16
7.4.3.4 Sample Calculation: ...............................................................................................................18
7.5 Power Spectral Density - FCC Section 15.247(e); ISED Canada: RSS-247 5.2(2) .........................19
7.5.1 PSD Measurement Procedure (Conducted Method) ..................................................................19
7.5.2 Measurement Results ................................................................................................................19
8 CONCLUSION .................................................................................................. 20
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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1 GENERAL
1.1 Purpose
The purpose of this report is to demonstrate compliance with Part 15 Subpart C of the FCC’s Code of
Federal Regulations and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada’s Radio Standards
Specification RSS-247 for the tests documented herein.
1.2 Applicant Information
Creed Monarch, Inc.
P O Box 550
New Britain, CT 06050 USA
1.3 Product Description
The Creed Monarch, Inc. Patriot II remote model BX050 is a 12Volt RV battery powered Remote for RV
supplemental Brake. Remote unit is coupled to Brake unit residing in towed car with two-way RF radio
link. The equipment operates in the 900 MHz ISM band. The device also includes a 433 MHz Tire
Pressure Monitor System receiver.
Technical Details
Mode of Operation: LoRa
Frequency Range: 922.4 MHz
Number of Channels: 1
Channel Separation: N/A
Modulations: CSS
Antenna Type/Gain: Helical SMD Antenna/ 0.8 dBi
Input Power: 12 VDC
Model Number: BX050
Test Sample Serial Number(s): ACS#2
Test Sample Condition: The equipment was provided in good condition without any physical damage.
1.4 Test Methodology and Considerations
The 922.4 MHz LoRa transceiver was evaluated for radiated and RF conducted emissions. The test
power setting is not provided and is not configurable via software. The EUT is for vehicle implementation
only with no provision for connection to the AC Mains. The EUT is exempted from the power line
conducted emissions requirements.
For the emissions evaluation, the EUT set in three orthogonal orientations while powered by a DC power
supply.
The RF conducted emissions evaluation was performed on a sample modified with an SMA connector at
the antenna port.
The EUT was also investigated for unintentional emissions. The results are documented separately in a
verification test report.
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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2 TEST FACILITIES
2.1 Location
The radiated and conducted emissions test sites are located at the following address:
Advanced Compliance Solutions, Inc.
3998 FAU Blvd, Suite 310
Boca Raton, Florida 33431
Phone: (561) 961-5585
Fax: (561) 961-5587
www.acstestlab.com
FCC Test Firm Registration #: 475089
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Lab Code: 4175C
2.2 Laboratory Accreditations/Recognitions/Certifications
ACS is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 by ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board under their ANAB
program and has been issued certificate number AT-1533 in recognition of this accreditation. Unless
otherwise specified, all test methods described within this report are covered under the ISO/IEC 17025
scope of accreditation.
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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2.3 Radiated & Conducted Emissions Test Site Description
2.3.1 Semi-Anechoic Chamber Test Site
The EMC radiated test facility consists of an RF-shielded enclosure. The interior dimensions of the indoor
semi-anechoic chamber are approximately 48 feet (14.6 m) long by 36 feet (10.8 m) wide by 24 feet (7.3
m) high and consist of rigid, 1/8 inch (0.32 cm) steel-clad, wood core modular panels with steel framing.
In the shielded enclosure, the faces of the panels are galvanized and the chamber is self-supporting. 8-
foot RF absorbing cones are installed on 4 walls and the ceiling. The steel-clad ground plane is covered
with vinyl flooring.
The turntable is driven by pneumatic motor, which is capable of supporting a 2000 lb. load. The turntable
is flush with the chamber floor which it is connected to, around its circumference, with a continuous
metallic loaded spring. An EMCO Model 1060 Multi-device controller controls the turntable position.
A pneumatic motor is used to control antenna polarizations and height relative to the ground. The height
information is displayed on the control unit EMCO Model 1050.
The control room is an RF shielded enclosure attached to the semi-anechoic chamber with two bulkhead
panels for connecting RF, and control cables. The dimension of the room is 7.3 m x 4.9 m x 3 m high and
the entrance doors of both control and conducted rooms are 3 feet (0.91 m) by 7 feet (2.13 m).
A diagram of the Semi-Anechoic Chamber Test Site is shown in Figure 2.3.1-1 below:
3m
14.78m
8m
7.33m 7.33m
4.9m
4.9m
Control Room
Conducted EMI Site
Figure 2.3.1-1: Semi-Anechoic Chamber Test Site
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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2.3.2 Conducted Emissions Test Site Description
The dimensions of the shielded conducted room are 7.3 x 4.9 x 3 m3. The power line conducted emission
site includes two LISNs: a Solar Model 8028-50 50 Ω/50 μH and an EMCO Model 3825/2R, which are
installed as shown in the figure below. For evaluations requiring 230 V, 50 Hz AC input, a Polarad LISN
(S/N 879341/048) is used in conjunction with a California Instruments signal generator Model 2001RP-
OP1.
A diagram of the room is shown below in figure 2.3.2-1:
7.33m\24ft.
4.9m\16ft
1.0m x 1.5m
Non-Conductive Table
LISN
LISN
Figure 2.3.2-1: AC Mains Conducted EMI Site
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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3 APPLICABLE STANDARD REFERENCES
The following standards were used:
ANSI C63.4-2014: Method of Measurements of Radio-Noise Emissions from Low-Voltage
Electrical and Electronic Equipment in the 9 kHz to 40 GHz.
ANSI C63.10-2013: American National Standard of Procedures for Compliance Testing of
Unlicensed Wireless Devices
US Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): Title 47, Part 2, Subpart J: Equipment Authorization
Procedures, 2016.
US Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): Title 47, Part 15, Subpart C: Radio Frequency Devices,
Intentional Radiators, 2016
FCC KDB 558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance v03r05 - Guidance for Performing Compliance
Measurements on Digital Transmission Systems (DTS) Operating Under §15.247, April 8, 2016.
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Radio Standards Specification: RSS-
247 Digital Transmission Systems (DTSs), Frequency Hopping Systems (FHSs) and Licence-
Exempt Local Area Network (LE-LAN) Devices, Issue 1, May 2015.
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Radio Standards Specification: RSS-
GEN General Requirements for Compliance of Radio Apparatus, Issue 4, November 2014.
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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4 LIST OF TEST EQUIPMENT
The calibration interval of test equipment is annually or the manufacturer’s recommendations. Where the
calibration interval deviates from the annual cycle based on the instrument manufacturer’s
recommendations, it shall be stated below.
Table 4-1: Test Equipment List
AssetID Manufacturer Model # Equipment Type Serial #
Last Calibration Date
Calibration
Due Date
22 Agilent 8449B Amplifiers 3008A00526 7/14/2016 7/14/2018
78 EMCO 6502 Antennas 9104-2608 5/11/2016 5/11/2018
283 Rohde & Schwarz FSP40 Spectrum Analyzers 1000033 7/21/2016 7/21/2018
523 Agilent E7405 Spectrum Analyzers MY45103293 12/26/2014 12/26/2016
2002 EMCO 3108 Antennas 2147 11/19/2015 11/19/2017
2004 EMCO 3146 Antennas 1385 11/19/2015 11/19/2017
2006 EMCO 3115 Antennas 2573 4/14/2015 4/14/2017
2011 Hewlett-Packard HP 8447D Amplifiers 2443A03952 11/2/2016 11/2/2017
2071 Trilithic, Inc. 4HC1400-1-KK Filter 9643263 11/1/2016 11/1/2017
2086 Merrimac FAN-6-10K Attenuators 23148-83-1 11/2/2016 11/2/2017
2095 ETS Lindgren TILE4! - Version 4.2.A Software 85242 NCR NCR
2111 Aeroflex Inmet 40AH2W-20 Attenuator 2111 7/20/2016 7/20/2017
2112 Teledyne Storm Products 921-0101-036 Cables 12-06-698 11/2/2016 11/2/2017
2121 ACS Boca Radiated Cable Set Cable Set 2121 8/1/2016 8/1/2017
Note: NCR=No Calibration Required
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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5 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
Table 5-1: EUT and Support Equipment Description
Item
#
Type Device Manufacturer Model/Part # Serial #
1
Creed Monarch
BX050
ACS#2
2
Creed Monarch
N/A
ACS#3
3
MPJA
HY5003
003700278
Table 5-2: Cable Description
Cable
#
Cable Type Length Shield Termination
A
Power cable
3 m
No
EUT to Cigarette Lighter Plug
B
2-Wire Power Leads
1.95 m
No
Cigarette Lighter Plug to Power Supply
C
MPJA Power Cable
1.8 m
No
Power Supply to AC Mains
6 EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST SETUP BLOCK DIAGRAM
Figure 6-1: EUT Test Setup
1
2
3
A
B
C
AC Mains
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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7 SUMMARY OF TESTS
Along with the tabular data shown below, plots were taken of all signals deemed important enough to
document.
7.1 Antenna Requirement FCC: Section 15.203
The EUT uses an integral 0.8 dBi helical SMD antenna which is directly soldered to the PCB. The
antennan is not removable and therefore meets the requirements of FCC Section 15.203.
7.2 6 dB Bandwidth - FCC: Section 15.247(a)(2); ISED Canada: RSS-247 5.2(1); 99% Bandwidth
ISED Canada: RSS-GEN 6.6
7.2.1 Measurement Procedure
The 6dB bandwidth was measured in accordance with the FCC KDB 558074 D01 DTS Meas Guidance
v03r05 Section 8.2 Option 2. The RBW of the spectrum analyzer was set to 100 kHz and VBW 300 kHz.
Span was set large enough to capture the emissions and >> RBW.
The 99% occupied bandwidth was measured with the spectrum analyzer span set to fully display the
emission. The RBW was set to 1% to 5% of the approximated bandwidth. The occupied 99% bandwidth
was measured by using 99% bandwidth equipment function of the spectrum analyzer.
7.2.2 Measurement Results
Results are shown below.
Table 7.2.2-1: 6dB / 99% Bandwidth
Frequency
[MHz]
6dB Bandwidth
[kHz]
99% Bandwidth
[kHz]
922.4
762.00
616.00
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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A
Offset
20.4 dB
LVL
Ref
20 dBm
Att
30 dB
100 kHz/
Center
922.4 MHz
Span
1 MHz
*
3DB
RBW
100 kHz
VBW
300 kHz
1 PK
MAXH
SWT
2.5 ms
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
7.69 dBm
922.348000000 MHz
ndB [T1] 6.00 dB
BW 762.000000000 kHz
T1
Temp 1 [T1 ndB]
1.80 dBm
922.008000000 MHz
T2
Temp 2 [T1 ndB]
1.59 dBm
922.770000000 MHz
Date: 22.NOV.2016 13:27:38
Figure 7.2.2-1: 6dB BW
A
Offset
2
0.4
dB
LVL
R
ef
20 d
Bm
M
AXH
A
tt
20 d
B
200 k
Hz/
Center
922.4
MHz
Span
2 MHz
*
3
DB
R
BW
10 k
Hz
VBW
30
kH
z
SWT
20
m
s
1 S
A
*
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
1
Mar
ker
1
[T1
]
3.96 dBm
92
2.5
720
0000
0 M
Hz
OB
W616
.00
000
0000
kH
z
T1
Temp 1 [T1 O
BW]
-1
0.51
dB
m
92
2.0
8400
000
0 M
Hz
T2
Te
mp
2 [T1 OBW]
-7.
42
dBm
922.700
000
000
MHz
Date: 22.NOV.2016 13:40:09
Figure 7.2.2-2: 99% OBW
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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7.3 Peak Output Power - FCC Section 15.247(b)(3); ISED Canada: RSS-247 5.4(4)
7.3.1 Measurement Procedure (Conducted Method)
The fundamental emission output power was measured in accordance with the FCC KDB 558074 D01
DTS Meas Guidance v03r05 Section 9.1.1 RBW DTS bandwidth. The RF output of the equipment
under test was directly connected to the input of the spectrum analyzer through suitable attenuation.
7.3.2 Measurement Results
Results are shown below.
Table 7.3.2-1: RF Output Power
Frequency
[MHz]
Level
[dBm]
922.4
7.92
A
O
ffs
et
20.
4
dB
LVL
Re
f
20
dB
m
A
tt
30
dB
1
PK
MAX
H
1 MH
z/
Cent
er
922.
4 MHz
Spa
n
10 M
Hz
*
3DB
R
BW
3 M
Hz
VB
W
1
0 M
Hz
S
WT
2.5
ms
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
1
M
ark
er
1
[
T1
]
7.9
2 d
Bm
92
2.18
000
000
0 MH
z
Date: 22.NOV.2016 13:33:28
Figure 7.3.2-1: RF Output Power
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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7.4 Band-Edge and Spurious Emissions
7.4.1 Band-Edge Compliance of RF Conducted Emissions - FCC Section 15.247(d); ISED
Canada: RSS-247 5.5
7.4.1.1 Measurement Procedure
The RF output port of the EUT was directly connected to the input of the spectrum analyzer via suitable
attenuation. The EUT was investigated at the transmitting channel to determine band-edge compliance.
For each measurement the spectrum analyzer’s RBW was set to 100 kHz, and the VBW was set to 300
kHz.
7.4.1.2 Measurement Results
Results are shown below.
A
Offset
20.4 dB
LVL
Ref
20 dBm
Att
30 dB
2.5 MHz/
Start
900 MHz
Stop
925 MHz
*
3DB
RBW
100 kHz
VBW
300 kHz
SWT
2.5 ms
1 PK
MAXH
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-42.05 dBm
900.100000000 MHz
1
Delta 1 [T1 ]
50.31 dB
22.100000000 MHz
D1 7.68 dBm
D2 -12.32 dBm
F1
Date: 26.NOV.2016 19:29:59
Figure 7.4.1.2-1: Lower Band-edge
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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A
Offset
20.4 dB
LVL
Ref
20 dBm
Att
30 dB
1 PK
MAXH
1 MHz/
Start
920 MHz
Stop
930 MHz
*
3DB
RBW
100 kHz
VBW
300 kHz
SWT
2.5 ms
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-42.13 dBm
929.920000000 MHz
1
Delta 1 [T1 ]
49.74 dB
-7.660000000 MHz
D1 7.68 dBm
D2 -12.32 dBm
F1
Date: 26.NOV.2016 19:31:25
Figure 7.4.1.2-2: Upper Band-edge
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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7.4.2 RF Conducted Spurious Emissions - FCC Section 15.247(d); ISED Canada: RSS-247 5.5
7.4.2.1 Measurement Procedure
The RF Conducted Spurious Emissions were measured in accordance with the FCC KDB 558074 D01
DTS Meas Guidance v03r05 Section 11.3 Emission level measurement. The RF output port of the
equipment under test was directly connected to the input of the spectrum analyzer. The EUT was
investigated for conducted spurious emissions from 30MHz to 10 GHz, 10 times the highest fundamental
frequency. The spectrum analyzer’s RBW was set to 100 kHz and the VBW was set to 300 kHz. The
peak Max Hold function of the analyzer was utilized. The reference level was determined by measuring
the Peak PSD level in any 100 kHz bandwidth within the DTS channel bandwidth.
7.4.2.2 Measurement Results
Results are shown below.
A
3DB
SWT
1 s
*
RBW
100 kHz
VBW
300 kHz
TDF
Ref
20 dBm
Start
30 MHz
Stop
10 GHz
997 MHz/
Att
30 dB
*
1 PK
MAXH
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
7.94 dBm
922.315000000 MHz
2
Marker 2 [T1 ]
-25.40 dBm
9.355688750 GHz
D1 7.68 dBm
D2 -12.32 dBm
Date: 22.NOV.2016 13:45:04
Figure 7.4.2.2-1: 30 MHz – 10 GHz
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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7.4.3 Radiated Spurious Emissions into Restricted Frequency Bands FCC Sections 15.205,
15.209; ISED Canada: RSS-Gen 8.9, 8.10
7.4.3.1 Measurement Procedure
Radiated emissions tests were made over the frequency range of 9 kHz to 10 GHz, 10 times the highest
fundamental frequency. Each emission found to be in a restricted band as defined by section 15.205,
including any emission at the operational band-edge, was compared to the radiated emission limits as
defined in Section 15.209.
For measurements below 30 MHz, the receive antenna height was set to 1m and the EUT was rotated
through 360 degrees. The resolution bandwidth was set to 200 Hz below 150 kHz and to 9 kHz above
150 kHz.
The EUT was rotated through 360° and the receive antenna height was varied from 1m to 4m so that the
maximum radiated emissions level would be detected. For frequencies below 1000MHz, quasi-peak
measurements were made using a resolution bandwidth RBW of 120 kHz and a video bandwidth VBW of
300 kHz. For frequencies above 1000 MHz, peak measurements are made with RBW of 1 MHz and
VBW of 3 MHz. Average measurements are performed in the linear scale using VBW of 30 Hz.
7.4.3.2 Duty Cycle Correction
The average measurements were further corrected using a duty cycle correction factor corresponding to
20*log(14/100) = -17.08 dB. Justification for the duty cycle of the transceiver is provided in the Theory of
Operation of the device.
7.4.3.3 Measurement Results
Radiated band-edge and spurious emissions found in the restricted frequency bands of 9 kHz to 10 GHz
are reported in the tables below.
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
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Table 7.4.3.3-1: Radiated Spurious Emissions Tabulated Data
Antenna
Correction
Polarity Factors
pk Qpk/Avg (H/V) (dB) pk Qpk/Avg pk Qpk/Avg pk Qpk/Avg
Flat
2767.2 55.61 50.29 H1.79 57.40 35.00 74.0 54.0 16.6 19.0
2767.2 52.53 46.76 V1.79 54.32 31.47 74.0 54.0 19.7 22.5
3689.6 49.68 41.89 H5.29 54.97 30.10 74.0 54.0 19.0 23.9
3689.6 48.14 39.88 V5.29 53.43 28.09 74.0 54.0 20.6 25.9
4612 49.90 40.31 H7.06 56.96 30.30 74.0 54.0 17.0 23.7
4612 48.76 39.38 V7.06 55.82 29.37 74.0 54.0 18.2 24.6
7379.2 58.61 47.03 H12.96 71.57 42.91 74.0 54.0 2.4 11.1
7379.2 59.86 48.29 V12.96 72.82 44.17 74.0 54.0 1.2 9.8
8301.6 54.20 41.61 H13.63 67.83 38.16 74.0 54.0 6.2 15.8
8301.6 53.39 40.75 V13.63 67.02 37.30 74.0 54.0 7.0 16.7
Standing
2767.2 54.71 50.23 H1.79 56.50 34.94 74.0 54.0 17.5 19.1
2767.2 50.00 44.96 V1.79 51.79 29.67 74.0 54.0 22.2 24.3
3689.6 49.93 43.76 H5.29 55.22 31.97 74.0 54.0 18.8 22.0
3689.6 47.35 40.59 V5.29 52.64 28.80 74.0 54.0 21.4 25.2
4612 46.36 37.57 H7.06 53.42 27.56 74.0 54.0 20.6 26.4
4612 49.70 43.21 V7.06 56.76 33.20 74.0 54.0 17.2 20.8
7379.2 55.39 46.70 H12.96 68.35 42.58 74.0 54.0 5.7 11.4
7379.2 55.05 46.18 V12.96 68.01 42.06 74.0 54.0 6.0 11.9
8301.6 49.81 39.16 H13.63 63.44 35.71 74.0 54.0 10.6 18.3
8301.6 53.24 43.50 V13.63 66.87 40.05 74.0 54.0 7.1 13.9
Side
2767.2 52.60 46.83 H1.79 54.39 31.54 74.0 54.0 19.6 22.5
2767.2 52.85 47.53 V1.79 54.64 32.24 74.0 54.0 19.4 21.8
3689.6 46.63 37.04 H5.29 51.92 25.25 74.0 54.0 22.1 28.7
3689.6 49.81 41.78 V5.29 55.10 29.99 74.0 54.0 18.9 24.0
4612 48.78 39.11 H7.06 55.84 29.10 74.0 54.0 18.2 24.9
4612 48.83 39.22 V7.06 55.89 29.21 74.0 54.0 18.1 24.8
7379.2 56.25 44.24 H12.96 69.21 40.12 74.0 54.0 4.8 13.9
7379.2 59.52 47.72 V12.96 72.48 43.60 74.0 54.0 1.5 10.4
8301.6 52.53 39.78 H13.63 66.16 36.33 74.0 54.0 7.8 17.7
8301.6 54.13 41.16 V13.63 67.76 37.71 74.0 54.0 6.2 16.3
(dBuV/m)
Margin
(dB)
Corrected Level
Frequency
(MHz)
Level
(dBuV)
(dBuV/m)
Limit
Notes:
All the emissions above 8.31 GHz were attenuated below the limits and the noise floor of the
measurement equipment.
A duty cycle correction factor of -17.08 dB was used for the calculation of the corrected average
levels.
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
ACS Report: 16-2074.W06.1A Advanced Compliance Solutions Page 18 of 20
7.4.3.4 Sample Calculation:
RC = RU + CFT
Where:
CFT = Total Correction Factor (AF+CA+AG)-DC (Average Measurements Only)
RU = Uncorrected Reading
RC = Corrected Level
AF = Antenna Factor
CA = Cable Attenuation
AG = Amplifier Gain
DC = Duty Cycle Correction Factor
Example Calculation: Peak
Corrected Level: 55.61+ 1.79 = 57.4 dBµV/m
Margin: 74 dBµV/m 57.4 dBµV/m = 16.6 dB
Example Calculation: Average
Corrected Level: 50.29 + 1.79 - 17.08 = 35.0 dBµV/m
Margin: 54 dBµV/m 35.0 dBµV/m = 19.0 dB
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
ACS Report: 16-2074.W06.1A Advanced Compliance Solutions Page 19 of 20
7.5 Power Spectral Density - FCC Section 15.247(e); ISED Canada: RSS-247 5.2(2)
7.5.1 PSD Measurement Procedure (Conducted Method)
The power spectral density was measured in accordance with the FCC KDB 558074 D01 DTS Meas
Guidance v03r05 Section 10.2 Method PKPSD (peak PSD). The RF output port of the EUT was directly
connected to the input of the spectrum analyzer. Offset values were input for cable and external
attenuation. The spectrum analyzer RBW was set to 3 kHz and VBW 10 kHz. Span was adjusted to 1.5
times the 6 dB bandwidth and the sweep time was set to auto.
7.5.2 Measurement Results
Results are shown below.
Table 7.5.2-1: Power Spectral Density
Frequency
[MHz] PSD
[dBm] Limit
[dBm] Margin
[dB]
922.4
-4.66
8.0
12.66
A
Offset
20.4 dB
LVL
Ref
20 dBm
Att
30 dB
1 PK
MAXH
114.3 kHz/
Center
922.4 MHz
Span
1.143 MHz
*
3DB
RBW
3 kHz
VBW
10 kHz
SWT
130 ms
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
10
20
1
Marker 1 [T1 ]
-4.66 dBm
922.576022000 MHz
Date: 22.NOV.2016 13:31:37
Figure 7.5.2-1: Power Spectral Density
Model(s): BX050 FCC ID: 2AKILBX050 IC: 22194-BX050
ACS Report: 16-2074.W06.1A Advanced Compliance Solutions Page 20 of 20
8 CONCLUSION
In the opinion of ACS, Inc., the model BX050 manufactured by Creed Monarch, Inc. meets the
requirements of FCC Part 15 subpart C and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada’s
Radio Standards Specification RSS-247 for the test procedures documented in the test report.
END REPORT
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