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TEST REPORT
No.: 6-0608-14-1-4a
According to:
FCC Regulations
Part 22, Part 24, Part 15.209
IC-Regulations
RSS-132, RSS-133, RSS-Gen
for
Telit Communications S.p.A.
UE866-N3G
3G module
FCC-ID: RI7UE866N3
IC: 5131A-UE866N3
PMN: UE866-N3G
HVIN: 0H0
Laboratory Accreditation and Listings
MRA US-EU 0003
Industry Canada
Voluntary Controls for
Electromagnetic Emissions
Reg. No.: 3462D-1
Reg. No.: 3462D-2
Reg. No.: 3462D-3
Reg. No.:
R-2666 C-2914,
T-1967, G-301
accredited according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025
CETECOM GmbH
Laboratory Radio Communications & Electromagnetic Compatibility
Im Teelbruch 116 • 45219 Essen • Germany
Registered in Essen, Germany, Reg. No.: HRB Essen 8984
Tel.: + 49 (0) 20 54 / 95 19-954 • Fax: + 49 (0) 20 54 / 95 19-964
E-mail: info@cetecom.com • Internet: www.cetecom.com
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The test results relate only to the individual items which have been tested. This report shall not be reproduced in parts without
the written approval of the testing laboratory
© Copyright: All rights reserved by CETECOM
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Table of contents
1. SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS...................................................................................................................... 3
1.1. Tests overview of US CFR Title 47 Part 22/24 and Canada IC (RSS) Standards ........................ 3
2. ADMINISTRATIVE DATA ............................................................................................................................... 5
2.1. Identification of the testing laboratory ............................................................................................................. 5
2.2. Test location .................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.3. Organizational items ........................................................................................................................................ 5
2.4. Applicant’s details ........................................................................................................................................... 5
2.5. Manufacturer’s details ..................................................................................................................................... 5
3. EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) ................................................................................................................. 6
3.1. TECHNICAL DATA OF MAIN EUT DECLARED BY APPLICANT ................................................... 6
3.2. EUT: Type, S/N etc. and short descriptions used in this test report ................................................................ 7
3.3. Auxiliary Equipment (AE): Type, S/N etc. and short descriptions .................................................................. 7
3.4. EUT set-ups ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
3.5. EUT operating modes .................................................................................................................................... 8
3.6. Test system set-up for conducted measurements on antenna port ................................................................... 9
3.7. Test system set-up for radiated magnetic field measurements below 30 MHz ................................................ 10
3.8. Test system set-up for radiated spurious emission measurements ................................................................... 11
4. MEASUREMENTS ............................................................................................................................................. 12
4.1. RF-Parameter - RF Peak power output radiated .............................................................................................. 12
4.2. RF-Parameter - Radiated out of Band RF emissions and Band Edge ...................................................... 14
4.3. RF-Parameter - RF Peak power output conducted ........................................................................................... 17
4.4. RF-Parameter - Occupied bandwidth and emission bandwidth ....................................................................... 19
4.5. RF-Parameter - Conducted out of Band RF emissions and Band Edge ................................................... 21
4.6. RF-Parameter - Frequency stability on temperature and voltage variations........................................... 23
4.7. General Limit - Radiated field strength emissions below 30 MHz .................................................................. 28
5. ACCREDITATION DETAILS OF CETECOM’S LABORATORIES AND TEST SITES ......................... 30
6. INSTRUMENTS AND ANCILLARY ................................................................................................................ 31
6.1. Used equiment “CTC” ..................................................................................................................................... 31
7. VERSIONS OF TEST REPORTS (CHANGE HISTORY) ............................................................................. 34
Table of annex
Total pages
Annex 1: Photographs of EUT - separate document TR6-0608-14-1-4a-A1
Annex 2: Test set-up photographs - separate document TR6-0608-14-1-4a -A2
Annex 3: Measurement diagrams - separate document TR6-0608-14-1-4a -A3
46
Annex 4: Internal EUT photographs - to be supplied by applicant
The listed attachments are an integral part of this report.
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1. Summary of test results
The test results apply exclusively to the test samples as presented in this Report. The CETECOM GmbH
does not assume responsibility for any conclusions and generalizations taken in conjunction with other
specimens or samples of the type of the item presented to tests. Also we refer on special conditions which
the applicant should fulfill according §2.927 to §2.948, special focus regarding modification of the
equipment and availability of sample equipment for market surveilance tests.
The Equipment Under Test (in this report, hereinafter referred as EUT) supports radiofrequency technologies.
Following tests have been performed to show compliance with applicable FCC Part 2, Part 22, Subpart H, Part
24, Subpart E (Broadband PCS) and Part 27, Subpart C of the FCC CFR Title 47 Rules, Edition 4th November
2014 and Canadian RSS-132 Issue 3, RSS-133 Issue 6 and RSS-Gen Issue 4 standards.
1.1. Tests overview of US CFR Title 47 Part 22/24 and Canada IC (RSS) Standards
References & Limits
No. of
Diagram
group
Test case
Port
FCC Standard
ACPower Lines
Emissions
Conducted
(0,15 - 30 MHz)
General field
strength
emissions
(9 kHz - 30 MHz)
RF-Power
(ERP/EIRP)
Spurious
emissions
Band-Edge
compliance
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ACPower
lines
RSS Section
§15.207
Result
RSS-Gen, Issue
4: Chapter 8.8
--
--
Remark
1.)
1+2
passed
1+2
passed
1+2
passed
1+2
passed
IC: Table 3
§2.1046
§22.913(a)(2)
RSS-Gen,
Issue 4:
Chapter 8.9,
Table 5
RSS-132: 5.4
SRSP-503: 5.1.3
§24.232(c)
RSS-133:4.1/6.4
SRSP-510: 5.1.2
§15.209(a)
(radiated)
EUT
opmode
§15.207 limits
(conducted)
Cabinet +
interconnecting
cables
Test limit
EUT
set-up
§2.1053(a)
§2.1057
§22.917(a)(b)
§24.238(a)(b)
RSS-132:
5.5(i)(ii)
RSS-133:
6.5.1(i)(ii)
2400/F(kHz) µV/m
24000/F(kHz) µV/m
30 µV/m
< 11.5 Watt (EIRP)
< 2 Watt (EIRP)
Required attenuation
below P(dBW):
43+10log(P) dBc
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2. Administrative Data
2.1. Identification of the testing laboratory
Company name:
Address:
CETECOM GmbH
Im Teelbruch 116
45219 Essen - Kettwig
Germany
Responsible for testing laboratory:
Dipl.-Ing. Niels Jeß
Deputy:
Dipl.-Ing. Rachid Acharkaoui
2.2. Test location
2.2.1. Test laboratory “CTC”
Company name:
see chapter 2.1. Identification of the testing laboratory
2.3. Organizational items
Project leader
Responsible for test report
Dipl.-Ing N. Perez
Dipl.Ing. C. Lorenz
Receipt of EUT:
2015-02-09
Date(s) of test:
2015-02-09, 2015-03-31
Date of report:
2015-04-09
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Version of template:
13.02
2.4. Applicant’s details
Applicant’s name:
Telit Communications S.p.A.
Address:
Via Stazione di Prosecco, 5/B
34010 SGONICO
Italy
Contact person:
Farbrizio Druscovich
2.5. Manufacturer’s details
Manufacturer’s name:
please see Applicant's details
Address:
please see Applicant's details
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3. Equipment under test (EUT)
3.1. TECHNICAL DATA OF MAIN EUT DECLARED BY APPLICANT
W-CDMA
TX-frequency range
FDD Band 2: 1852.4–1907.6 MHz (Uplink), 1930-1990 MHz (Downlink)
FDD Band 5: 826.4-846.6 MHz (Uplink), 869-894 MHz (Downlink)
FDD-Mode Release99: QPSK
FDD Mode Release 5+6: 16QAM additional
FDD Band 2: UARFCN range 9262 – 9400 – 9538
FDD Band 5: UARFCN range 4132 – 4183 – 4233
 Uplink speed: 5.76 Mb/s (category 6)
 Uplink speed:
Type of modulation
Number of channels
UMTS-HSPA connectivity
Band II Channel 9262/ 9400/ 9538
Test Channels
Band V Channel 4132/ 4183/ 4233
Emission designator(s)
Antenna Gain Tx (main)
MAX PEAK Output Power:
Radiated
FDD-Mode 2
FDD-Mode 5
MAX PEAK Output Power:
Conducted
FDD-Mode 2
FDD-Mode 5
Power supply
Special EMI components
EUT sample type
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Band II: 4M17F9W
Band V: 4M17F9W
 Value: 2.14 dBi according data sheet
 No information from customer
27.47 dBm (PK)
20.59 dBm (PK)
22.54 dBm (PK)
22.37 dBm (PK)
 3.8 V DC
- Production
 Pre-Production
 Engineering
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3.2. EUT: Type, S/N etc. and short descriptions used in this test report
Short
description*)
EUT
Type
S/N
serial number
HW
hardware status
SW
software status
EUT A
UE866-N3G
3G module
IMEI
359335059003
548
12.00.806
EUT B
UE866-N3G
3G module
IMEI
359335059002
615
12.00.806
*) EUT short description is used to simplify the identification of the EUT in this test report.
3.3. Auxiliary Equipment (AE): Type, S/N etc. and short descriptions
AE
short
description *)
Auxiliary Equipment
Type
S/N
serial number
HW
hardware status
SW
software status
AE 1
Bearer Board #1
1634900047
AE 2
Bearer Board #2
113920140091
AE 3
Ktec
AC/DC charger
KSAS0151200125D5
--
--
--
AE 4
USB cable
Highspeed USB 2.0
--
--
--
--
900-1800UMTS Cable
RG 174mm.
2500
--
AE 5
Antenna
T-AT314-BU
*) AE short description is used to simplify the identification of the auxiliary equipment in this test report.
3.4. EUT set-ups
EUT set-up
no.*)
Combination of EUT and AE
Remarks
set. 1
EUT A + AE 1 + AE 2 + AE 3 + AE 4 +
AE 5 + AE 5
Used for radiated tests
set. 2
EUT A + AE 1 + AE 2
Used for conducted tests
set. 3
EUT B + AE 1 + AE 2
Used for conducted tests: frequency error under
voltage variations
*) EUT set-up no. is used to simplify the identification of the EUT set-up in this test report.
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3.5. EUT operating modes
3.5.1. EUT operating modes W-CDMA
EUT
operating
mode
no.*)
Description of
operating modes:
Additional information:
A communication link is established between the mobile station (UE) and the test
simulator. The transmitter is operated on its maximum rated output
power class: 24dBm nominal.
FDD-Band 2
The input signal to the receiver is modulated with normal test modulation.
op. 1
The wanted RF input signal level to the receiver of the mobile station is set to a
12.2 kbps RMC
level to provide a stable communication link according Table E5.1/Table E5.1A as
described in 3GPP TS34.121, Annex E.
A communication link is established between the mobile station (UE) and the test
simulator. The transmitter is operated on its maximum rated output
power class: 24dBm nominal.
FDD-Band 5
The input signal to the receiver is modulated with normal test modulation.
op. 2
The wanted RF input signal level to the receiver of the mobile station is set to a
12.2 kbps RMC
level to provide a stable communication link according Table E5.1/Table E5.1A as
described in 3GPP TS34.121, Annex E.
*) EUT operating mode no. is used to simplify the test report.
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3.6. Test system set-up for conducted measurements on antenna port
Specification:
ANSI C63.10 - 2013
General Description:
The EUT‘s RF-signal is coupled out by a suitable antenna coupling connector (1).
The signal is first attenuated (2) before it is 0° divided by a power divider (3).
One of the signal path is connected to the radio communication tester (4), other
branch is connected to the spectrum – analyzer (5). The specific attenuation losses
for both signal paths/branches are determined prior to the measurement within a
set-up calibration. These are then taken into account by correcting the
measurement readings on the spectrum-analyzer.
Schematic:
Schematic:
Following modified test set-up schematic apply for tests performed inside the
climatic chamber: (Frequency stability)
In case an external connector is available (test fixture), following set-up is
used for measurements.
Testing method:
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ANSI C63.10 - 2013
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3.7. Test system set-up for radiated magnetic field measurements below 30 MHz
Specification:
ANSI C63.10-2013 chapter 6.4.4 (§6.4.4.2)
General Description:
Evaluating the radiated field emissions are done first by an exploratory emission
measurement and a final measurement for most critical frequencies determined.
The loop antenna was placed at 1 m height above ground plane and 3 m
measurement distance from set-up for investigations. Because of reduced
measurement distance, correction data were applied, as stated in chapter “General
Limit - Radiated field strength emissions below 30 MHz“. The tests are
performed in the semi anechoic room recognized by the regulatory commission.
Schematic:
Testing method:
Exploratory, preliminary measurement
The EUT and it’s associated accessories are
placed on a non-conductive position manipulator
(tipping device) of 0.8 m height which is placed
on the turntable. By rotating the turntable (step
90°, range 0°to 360°) and the EUT itself either
on 3-orthogonal axis (portable equipment) or 2orthogonal axis (defined operational position of
EUT), the emission spectrum was recorded. The
loop antenna was moved at least to
2-perpendicular axes (antenna vector in direction
of EUT and parallel to EUT) in order to
maximize the emissions. The results are
documented in a diagram. Critical frequencies
(low margin to limit) are saved within a data
reduction table for further investigations. If
various operating modes are supported, further
investigations are made to find the worst-case.
Also the interconnection cables and equipment
position were varied in order to maximize the
emissions.
Final measurement on critical frequencies
Based on the exploratory measurements, the most
critical frequencies are re-measured by maintaining the EUT’s worst-case operation mode,
cable position, etc.
First a frequency zoom around the critical
frequency is done to locate the frequency more
precisely. After this step, for all identified critical
frequencies, the maximum peak was determined.
Following parameters were varied: the turntable
angle continuously in the range 0 to 360 degree,
the EUT itself either over 3-orthogonal axis (not
defined usage position) or 2-orthogonal axis
(defined usage position).
On the determined worst-case position, a final
measurement with necessary bandwidth and
detector according standard has been carried out.
Formula:
EC = ER + AF + CL + DF - GA
Distance correction:
Reference for applied correction (extrapolating) factors due to reduced
measurement distance: ANSI C63.10:2013, §6.4.4.2 - Equations (2) + (3) + (4)
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AF =Antenna factor
CL = Cable loss
M = LT-EC
DF= Distance correction factor
EC = Electrical field – corrected value
ER = Receiver reading
GA= Gain of pre-amplifier (if used)
LT = Limit
M = Margin
All units are dB-units, positive margin means value is below limit.
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3.8. Test system set-up for radiated spurious emission measurements
Specification:
ANSI C63.10-2013 chapter 6.6.3.3 & 6.6.4
General Description:
Evaluating the emissions have to be done first by an exploratory emissions
measurement and a final measurement for most critical frequencies. The tests are
performed in a CISPR 16-1-4:2010 compliant fully anechoic room (FAR)
recognized by the regulatory commission. The measurement distance was set to 3
meter for frequencies up to 18 GHz and 2 meter above 18 GHz. A logarithmic
periodic antenna is used for the frequency range 30 MHz to 1 GHz. Horn
antennas are used for frequency range 1 GHz to 40 GHz. The EUT is aligned
within 3 dB beam width of the measurement antenna with three orthogonal axis
measurements on the EUT.
Schematic:
Testing method:
Exploratory, preliminary measurements
The EUT and its associated accessories are
placed on a non-conductive position manipulator
(tipping device) of 1.50 m height which is placed
on the turntable. By rotating the turntable (range
0° to 360°, step 45°) and the EUT itself on 3orthogonal axis (the emission spectrum and it’s
characteristics was recorded with an EMIreceiver, broadband antenna and software.
The measurements are performed in horizontal
and vertical polarization of the measurement
antennas. The results are documented in a
diagram. Critical frequencies (low margin to
limit) are saved within a table for further
investigations. If various operating modes are
supported, further investigations are made to find
the worst-case of them. Also the interconnection
cables and equipment position were varied in
order to maximize the emissions.
Formula:
EC = ER + AF + CL + DF - GA (1)
EcE(I)RP = Ec - 95.2 dB
M = LT - EcE(I)RP
Final measurement on critical frequencies
Based on the exploratory measurements, the most
critical frequencies are re-measured by maintaining the EUT’s worst-case operation mode,
cable position, etc.
First a frequency zoom around the critical
frequency is done to locate the frequency more
precisely. After this step, for all identified critical
frequencies, the maximum peak was determined.
Following parameters were varied: the turntable
angle continuously in the range 0 to 360 degree,
the EUT itself over 3-orthogonal axis and the
height for EUT with large dimensions.
On the determined worst-case position, a final
measurement with necessary bandwidth and
detector according standard has been carried out.
The readings on the spectrum analyzer are
corrected with conversion value between field
strength and E(I)RP, so the readings shown are
equivalent to ERP/EIRP values. Critical
measurements near the limit are re-measured
with
substitution
method
accord.
ANSI/TIA/EIA 603 C/D
EC = Electrical field – corrected value
ER = Receiver reading
M = Margin
LT = Limit
AF = Antenna factor
CL = Cable loss
DF = Distance correction factor (if used)
GA = Gain of pre-amplifier (if used)
EcE(I)RP = Electrical field corrected for E(I)RP
All units are dB-units, positive margin means value is below limit.
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4. Measurements
4.1. RF-Parameter - RF Peak power output radiated
4.1.1. Test location and equipment (for reference numbers please see chapter 'List of test equipment')
test location
test site
receiver
spectr. analys.
antenna
signalling
otherwise
DC power
line voltage
 CETECOM Essen (Chapter. 2.2.1)
 441 EMI SAR  487 SAR NSA
 377 ESCS30
 001 ESS
 584 FSU
 120 FSEM
 574 BTA-L
 133 EMCO3115
 392 MT8820A  436 CMU
 400 FTC40x15E  401 FTC40x15E
 611 E3636A
 463 HP3245A
 230 V 50 Hz via public mains
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.2
 443 FAR
 489 ESU 40
 620 ESU 26
 264 FSEK

 302 BBHA9170  439 HL 562
 546 CMU
 110 USB LWL  482 Filter Matrix
 459 EA 2032-50  268 EA- 3050
 060 120 V/ 60 Hz via PAS 5000
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.3






 549 HL025
 378 RadiSense
 494 AG6632A  498 NGPE 40
4.1.2. Requirements and limits
§2.1046(a), §22.913(a)(2), § 24.232(c)
RSS-132:5.4 + SRSP 503:5.1.3 for FDD Band 5
RSS-133:4.1/6.4 + SRSP-510:5.1.2 for FDD Band 2
PAR PK-AV ≤ 13 dB
Maximum Power Output of the wireless device should be determined while measured radiated E(I)RP.
Limit FDD Band 5: 7 Watt ERP (38.4 dBm)
Limit FDD Band 2: 2 Watt EIRP (33.0 dBm)
FCC
IC
Limits
4.1.3. Test condition and test set-up
link to test system (if used):
EUT-grounding
Equipment set up
Climatic conditions
Test system set-up
 air link
 cable connection

 with power supply
 none
 additional connection
 table top
 floor standing
Temperature: (22±3°C)
Rel. humidity: (40±20)%
Please see chapter “Test system set-up for radiated spurious emission measurements up to 20
GHz”
Parameter:
Scan Mode
Span
RBW
VBW
Sweep time
Sweep mode
Detector
Spectrum
Analyzer
Settings
Measurement method
EUT settings
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Spectrum analyser mode
100 MHz
10 MHz
10 MHz
Coupled
repetitive
Peak
The measurements were performed by using the substitution method (ANSI/TIA/EIA 603C/D)
with a spectrum-analyzer. This method can be described like follows:
1.
choosing of suitable spectrum-analyzer settings for performing the measurements. This
settings of the spectrum analyzer must be maintained for both stages of the
measurements: EUT emission measurements and also for measurements of the
substituted level.
2.
The maximum level of the peak power was recorded, while the emissions were
maximized by rotating the EUT in three orthogonal axes, which was situated on a nonconductive turntable of 1.55 m height (PMEAS,1). This was performed for both measuring
antenna polarisations (vertical/horizontal), the maximum of both values is used for
further measurements and final substitution (PMEAS, 1, MAX).
3.
As the maximum emission is recorded, the EUT is replaced by a frequency dependant
suitable antenna, which is connected to a RF-signal generator, which is transmitting on
the determined worst-case frequency as determined in step 2.
4.
The RF-signal level of the signal generator is adjusted as long the same worst-case
level determined first step is measured at the spectrum analyzer
(PSMHU=PMEAS,1, MAX)
5.
Than the RF-signal cable is disconnected from the antenna and connected to a powerlevel meter. The level is determined (PMEAS,2).
6.
The final result is calculated by adding the ERP/EIRP gain of the antenna which
substitutes the EUT. PEUT,SUBST = PMEAS,2 + GANTENNA
A call was established on highest power transmit conditions in RMC99 mode.
The measurements were made at the low, middle and high carrier frequencies of each of the
supported operating band. Choosing three TX-carrier frequencies of the wireless device, should be
sufficient to demonstrate compliance.
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4.1.4. Results
EUT
Set-up 2, Op.Mode 1
Channel
Operating
Mode
Peak Output Power
[dBm]
Nominal
Range
No.
frequency
PK
AV
[MHz]
Low
9262
1852.4
25.72
FDD
Middle
9400
1880.0
26.48
1.)
Band 2
High
9538
1907.6
27.47
Remark: 1.) see conducted measurements for PAR factor
EIRPValue
EUT
Peak Output Power
[dBm]
Nominal
frequency
PK
AV
[MHz]
Low
4132
826.4
17.27
FDD
Middle
4183
836.6
14.97
1.)
Band 5
High
4233
846.6
20.59
Remark: : 1.) see conducted measurements for PAR factor
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Range
Result
passed
Set-up 2, Op.Mode 2
Channel
Operating
Mode
Antenna
Polarisation for
maximum Power
No.
ERPValue
Antenna
Polarisation for
maximum Power
Result
passed
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4.2. RF-Parameter - Radiated out of Band RF emissions and Band Edge
4.2.1. Test location and equipments (for reference numbers please see chapter 'List of test equipment')
 CETECOM Essen (Chapter. 2.2.1)
 441 EMI SAR  487 SAR NSA
 377 ESCS30
 001 ESS
 584 FSU
 120 FSEM
 439 HL 562
 549 HL 025
 017 CMD 65
 323 CMD 55
 392 MT8820A  546 CMU
 611 E3636A
 457 EA 3013A
 529 6dB divider  530 6dB Att.
 230 V 50 Hz via public mains
test location
test site
receiver
spectr. analys.
antenna
signaling
signaling
power supply
otherwise
line voltage
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.2
 443 FAR
 347 Radio.lab.1
ESU 26
 489 ESU 40

 264 FSEK
 302 BBHA9170  289 CBL 6141
 340 CMD 55
 547 CMU
 459 EA 2032-50  268 EA- 3050
 110 USB LWL  482 Filter Matrix
 060 110 V/ 60 Hz via PAS 5000
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.3
 347 Radio.lab.2
 030 HFH-Z2
477 GPS
 494 AG6632A 498 NGPE 40
 431 Near field
4.2.2. Requirements and limits
FCC
IC
Limit
General: §2.1053(a) , §2.1057(a)
 FDD Band 5: Part 22: §22.917(a)(b)
 FDD Band 2: Part 24: §24.238(a)(b)
 FDD Band 5: RSS-132, Issue 3: 5.5(i)(ii)
 FDD Band 2: RSS-133, Issue 6: 6.5.1(i)(ii)
„the power of emissions shall be attenuated below the transmitter output power (p) by at least 43+10Log(P)
dB“
-> Resulting limits for all power levels of the Mobile Phone: -13dBm
4.2.3. Test condition and test set-up
link to test system (if used):
EUT-grounding
Equipment set up
Climatic conditions
Test system set-up
Measurement method
EUT settings
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 air link
 cable connection

 with power supply
 none
 additional connection
 table top
 floor standing
Temperature: (22±3°C)
Rel. humidity: (40±20)%
Please see chapter “Test system set-up for radiated spurious emission measurements up to 20 GHz”
The spectrum was scanned from 9 kHz to the 10th harmonic of the highest frequency generated
within the equipment. A PEAK detector was used except measurements near the block-edge where a
AVERAGE detector applied for critical measurements.
According chapter 4.2
A call was established on highest power transmit conditions in RMC99 mode.
The measurements were made at the low, middle and high carrier frequencies of each of the
supported operating band. Choosing three TX-carrier frequencies of the wireless device, should be
sufficient to demonstrate compliance.
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Spectrum-Analyzer settings for FDD band 2
Sweep 1 (subrange 1)
Sweep 1 (subrange 2)
Sweep 1 (subrange 3)
Sweep 2a (Band-Edge)
Sweep 2b (Band-Edge)
Sweep 3a (Band-Edge)
Sweep 3b (Band-Edge)
Start
freq.
MHz
Stop
freq.
MHz
R-BW
V-BW
Att.
[dB]
Detector
MHz
Sweep
time
sec.
MHz
30
1000
2800
1849
1849
1910
1910
1000
2800
20000
1850
1850
1911
1911
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
10
15
60
30
30
30
30
10
10
35
35
35
35
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-AV
MaxH-PK
MaxH-AV
Att.
Detector
10
10
35
35
35
35
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-AV
MaxH-PK
MaxH-AV
Spectrum-analyzer settings for FDD Band 5
Sweep 1 (subrange 1)
Sweep 1 (subrange 2)
Sweep 1 (subrange 3)
Sweep 2a (Band-Edge)
Sweep 2b (Band-Edge)
Sweep 3a (Band-Edge)
Sweep 3b (Band-Edge)
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Start
freq.
MHz
Stop
freq.
MHz
R-BW
V-BW
MHz
MHz
Sweep
time
sec.
30
1000
2800
823
823
850
850
1000
2800
12000
824
824
851
851
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
10
15
160
30
30
30
30
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4.2.4. Results
The results are presented below in summary form only. For more information please see each diagramm
enclosed in annex 4.
4.2.4.1. FDD Band 2: Op. Mode 1, Set-up 1
Diagram
no.
Carrier Channel
Range
8.04
Low
9.03
Low
8.05
Middle
8.06
High
9.04
High
Frequency range
No.
OPmode
no.
Result
Remark
Used detector
PK
AV
QP
30 MHz to 20
GHz
Carrier visible on diagram.
Not relevant for results



passed
1849 – 1850 MHz
Band Edge Compliance



passed



passed



passed



passed
9262
9400
9538
30 MHz to 20
GHz
30 MHz to 20
GHz
1910 – 1911 MHz
Carrier visible on diagram.
Not relevant for results
Carrier visible on diagram.
Not relevant for results
Band-Edge compliance:
Remark: --
4.2.4.2. FDD Band 5: Op. Mode 2, Set-up 1
Diagram
no.
Carrier Channel
Range
8.01
Low
9.01
Low
8.02
Middle
8.03
High
9.02
High
Frequency range
No.
OPmode
no.
Result
Remark
Used detector
PK
AV
QP
30 MHz to 12
GHz
Carrier visible on diagram.
Not relevant for results



passed
823 – 824 MHz
Band Edge Compliance



passed



passed



passed



passed
4132
4183
4233
Remark: --
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30 MHz to 12
GHz
30 MHz to 12
GHz
849 – 850 MHz
Carrier visible on diagram.
Not relevant for results
Carrier visible on diagram.
Not relevant for results
Band-Edge compliance
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4.3. RF-Parameter - RF Peak power output conducted
4.3.1. Test location and equipments (for reference numbers please see chapter 'List of test equipment')
test location
test site
spectr. analys.
signaling
otherwise
DC power
otherwise
line voltage
 CETECOM Essen (Chapter. 2.2.1)
Radio.lab. 2
 347 Radio.lab. 1 
 584 FSU
 489 ESU 40
 392 MT8820A  436 CMU
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.2
 420 OTA 1
 264 FSEK
 620 ESU 26
 547 CMU
 460 CMU
Filter
 400 FTC40x15E  401 FTC40x15E  110 USB LWL  482
 378
Matrix
 611 E3636A
 463 HP3245A  459 EA 2032-50  268 EA- 3050  494
 331 HC 4055
 248 6 dB Att.
 529 Power div.  - cable OTA20
 230 V 50 Hz via public mains
 060 110 V/ 60 Hz via PAS 5000
4.3.2.
Requirements
RadiSense
AG6632A  498 NGPE 40
and
limits
 §2.1046
 §22.913(a)(2)
 § 24.232(c)
FCC
 RSS-132: 5.4 + SRSP 503:5.1.3
 RSS-133: 4.1/6.4 + SRSP-510:5.1.2
Maximum Power Output of the wireless device should be determined while measured radiated E(I)RP
IC
 Limit FDD Band 5: 7 Watt ERP (38.4 dBm)
Limits
 Limit FDD Band 2: 2 Watt EIRP (33.0 dBm)
4.3.3. Test condition and test set-up
Climatic conditions
Test system set-up
Measurement method
Temperature: (22±3°C)
Rel. humidity: (40±20)%
Please see chapter “Test system set-up for conducted measurements on antenna port” ANRITSU
The measurements were performed with the integrated power measurement function of the
„radio communication tester CMU200 from Rohde&Schwarz company. In this way spectrumanalyzers instrument limitations can be avoided or minimized. Instead, CMU manufacturers
declared measurement error can be considered for this measurement.
The attenuation (insertion loss) at the RF Inputs/Outputs of CMU were set according the path
loss of the test set-up, determined in a step before starting the measurements. A suitable
artificial antenna or RF-connector is provided by the applicant in order to perform the conducted
measurements. Any data provided with the artificial antenna or connector, have been taken in
account in order to correct the measurement data. (typical 0.3dB for attenuation of antenna
connector)
Peak and Average Values have been recorded for each channel and band.
A call was established on highest power transmit conditions in GMSK and RMC99 mode.
UE is set TX mode, highest transmit power conditions, DTX, MPR or other power saving
techniques have been disabled
EUT settings
The measurements were made at the low, middle and high carrier frequencies of each of the
supported operating band. Choosing three TX-carrier frequencies of the wireless device, should be
sufficient to demonstrate compliance.
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4.3.4. Measurement Results
FDD Band 2
EUT
Test case
Release 99
12.2kbps RMC
Remark: -
Set-up 2, Op. Mode 1
UARFCN no.
9262
PK
AV
26.21
22.54
Power value [dBm]
UARFCN no.
UARFCN no.
9400
9538
PK
AV
PK
AV
25.94
22.46
25.63
22.12
Limit
Result
[dBm]
33
Passed
FDD Band 5
EUT
Test case
Release 99
12.2kbps RMC
Remark: -
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Set-up 2, Op. Mode 2
UARFCN no.
4132
Power value [dBm]
UARFCN no.
UARFCN no.
4183
4233
Limit
Result
PK
AV
PK
AV
PK
AV
[dBm]
25.65
22.37
25.34
21.96
25.41
22.13
38.4
Passed
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4.4. RF-Parameter - Occupied bandwidth and emission bandwidth
4.4.1. Test location and equipments (for reference numbers please see chapter 'List of test equipment')
test site
spectr. analys.
attenuator
signaling
DC Power
otherwise
line voltage
 347 Radio.lab. 1 
Radio.lab. 2
 584 FSU
 489 ESU
 530 10 dB

 392 MT8820A  436 CMU
 611 E3636A
 087 EA3013
 529 6dB divider  530 10dB
 230 V 50 Hz via public mains
 264 FSEK

 547 CMU
 354 NGPE 40
 620 ESU26
 086 LNG50-10
 060 110 V/ 60 Hz via PAS 5000
4.4.2. Requirements and Limits
FCC
CFR47, §2.202(a), §2.1049
 FDD-Band 5: §22.917(b)
 FDD-Band 2: §24.238(b)
IC
 RSS-Gen, Issue 4: §4.6.1
ANSI
„the occupied bandwidth is the frequency
bandwidth, such that, below it lower and
above it upper frequency limits, the mean
powers radiated are each equal to 0.5 percent
of the total mean power radiated”
C63.10-2013
4.4.3. Test condition and test set-up
Climatic conditions
Test system set-up
Parameter
Scan Mode
Span
Spectrum
RBW
Analyzer
VBW
Settings
Sweep time
Sweep mode
Detector
Measurement method
EUT settings
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Temperature: (22±3°C)
Rel. humidity: (40±20)%
Please see chapter “Test system set-up for conducted measurements at antenna port”
Occupied bandwidth:
Emission bandwidth
Spectrum analyser mode
Spectrum analyser mode
6 MHz
6 MHz
50 kHz
50 kHz
300 kHz
300 kHz
60 Sec
Coupled
Single max-hold
Repetitive, max-hold
RMS
PK
The used spectrum analyzer FSE or ESU Bandwidth defined between 2 markers with are
from Rohde & Schwarz contains an
26dBc compared to highest In-Band Peak
integrated function to calculate the occupied
Emission.
bandwidth automatically. From left and
right display margin, the upper and lower
frequency points where the accumulated
power becomes 0.5% of the total power, are
calculated. Subtracting the previous
determined two frequency points, yields the
occupied bandwidth.
A call was established on highest power transmit conditions in RMC99 mode.
The measurements were made at the low, middle and high carrier frequencies of each of the
supported operating band. Choosing three TX-carrier frequencies of the wireless device,
should be sufficient to demonstrate compliance.
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4.4.4. Results
Channel no.
Operating band
Range
No.
Occupied 99%
bandwidth
[MHz]
26 dBc Emission
bandwidth
[MHz]
Set-up 2, Op-Mode 1
Channel Low
(1852.4 MHz)
FDD Band 2
Channel Middle
(1880.0 MHz)
Channel High
(1907.6 MHz)
9262
4.067
4.615
9400
4.077
4.635
9538
4.077
4.615
4132
4.077
4.635
4183
4.077
4.635
4233
4.077
4.625
Set-up 2, Op-Mode 2
Channel Low
(826.4 MHz)
FDD Band 5
Channel Middle
(836.6 MHz)
Channel High
(846.6 MHz)
Remarks: see diagrams in separate annex 4
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4.5. RF-Parameter - Conducted out of Band RF emissions and Band Edge
4.5.1. Test location and equipments (for reference numbers please see chapter 'List of test equipment')
test location
test site
spectr. analys.
signaling
signaling
power supply
otherwise
line voltage
 CETECOM Essen (Chapter. 2.2.1)
Radio.lab. 2
 347 Radio.lab. 1 
 584 FSU
 120 FSEM
 017 CMD 65
 323 CMD 55
 392 MT8820A  436 CMU
 611 E3636A
 457 EA 3013A
 529 6dB divider  530 10dB Att.
 230 V 50 Hz via public mains
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.2
 264
 340
 670
 459
 431
 060
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.3
FSEK
 489 ESU
CMD 55
CMU
EA 2032-50  268 EA- 3050
Near field
110 V/ 60 Hz via PAS 5000
 494 AG6632A  498 NGPE 40
4.5.2. Requirements and limits
§2.1051
§2.1057
§22.917(a)(b)
§24.238(a)(b)
FCC
RSS-132, Issue 3: 5.5(i)(ii)
RSS-133, Issue 6: 6.5.1(i)(ii)
IC
„the power of emissions shall be attenuated below the transmitter output power (p) by at least 43+10Log(P) dB“
Limit
4.5.3. Test condition and test set-up
Climatic conditions
Test system set-up
Temperature: (22±3°C)
Rel. humidity: (40±20)%
Please see chapter “Test system set-up for conducted measurements on antenna port”
The spectrum was scanned from 9 kHz to the 10th harmonic of the highest frequency generated
within the equipment. A PEAK detector was used except measurements near the block-edge
where a AVERAGE detector applied.
Measurement method
A suitable artificial antenna or RF-connector is provided by the applicant in order to perform the
conducted measurements. Any data provided with the artificial antenna or connector, have been
taken in account in order to correct the measurement data. (typical 0.3dB for attenuation of
antenna connector)
See below tables
A call was established on highest power transmit conditions in RMC99 mode.
Spectrum-Analyzer settings
Mobile phone settings
The measurements were made at the low, middle and high carrier frequencies of each of the
supported operating band. Choosing three TX-carrier frequencies of the mobile phone, should be
sufficient to demonstrate compliance.
Spectrum-Analyzer settings for FDD Band 2
Start
freq.
MHz
Stop
freq.
MHz
R-BW
V-BW
MHz
Sweep 1 (subrange 1)
0.009
0.150
Sweep 1 (subrange 2)
0.150
Sweep 1 (subrange 3)
30
Sweep 2 (subrange 1)
30
19500
Sweep 3a (Block-Edge)
1849
1850
Sweep 3b (Block-Edge)
1849
1850
Sweep 4a (Block-Edge)
1910
1911
Sweep 4b (Block-Edge)
1910
1911
Remark: 1.) EMI 6dB receiver mode used
0.0001
0.009
0.1
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
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Att.
[dB]
Detector
MHz
Sweep
time
sec.
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
10
10
>60
30
30
30
30
25
25
25
35
35
35
35
35
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-AV
MaxH-PK
MaxH-AV
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Spectrum-Analyzer Settings FDD Band 5
Start
freq.
MHz
Stop
freq.
MHz
R-BW
V-BW
Att.
Detector
MHz
Sweep
time
sec.
MHz
Sweep 1 (subrange 1)
0.009
0.150
Sweep 1 (subrange 2)
0.150
Sweep 1 (subrange 3)
30
Sweep 2 (subrange 1)
30
9000
Sweep 3a (Block-Edge)
823
824
Sweep 3b (Block-Edge)
823
824
Sweep 4a (Block-Edge)
850
851
Sweep 4b (Block-Edge)
850
851
Remark: 1.) EMI 6dB receiver mode used
0.0001
0.009
0.1
0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
--1.)
10
10
>60
30
30
30
30
25
25
25
35
35
35
35
35
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-PK
MaxH-AV
MaxH-PK
MaxH-AV
4.5.4. Results
The results are presented below in summary form only. For more information please see each diagramm
enclosed in annex 4.
4.5.4.1. FDD Band 2: Op. Mode 1, Set-up 2
Diagram
no.
Carrier Channel
Range
36.60
Low
36.61
Low
37.60
36.62
Low
Middle
36.63
Middle
36.64
High
36.65
High
Frequency range
No.
9262
9400
9538
37.61
High
Remark: --
OPmode
no.
9kHz to 30MHz
30 MHz to
19.5MHz
1849 – 1850 MHz
9kHz to 30MHz
30 MHz to
19.5MHz
Result
Remark
-Carrier visible on diagram,
not relevant for results
Band Edge Compliance
--
9kHz to 30MHz
30 MHz to
19.5MHz
1910 – 1911 MHz
Carrier visible on diagram,
not relevant for results
-Carrier visible on diagram,
not relevant for results
Band-Edge compliance
Used detector
PK
AV
QP



passed



passed






passed
passed



passed



passed



passed



passed
4.5.4.2. FDD Band 5: Op. Mode 2, Set-up 2
Diagram
no.
Carrier Channel
Range
36.40
Low
36.41
Low
37.40
Low
36.42 Middle
36.43 Middle
36.44
High
36.45
High
37.41
High
Remark: --
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Frequency range
No.
Remark
-Carrier visible on diagram,
not relevant for results
Band Edge Compliance
-Carrier visible on diagram,
not relevant
-- for results
Carrier visible on diagram,
not relevantcompliance
for results
Band-Edge
9kHz to 30MHz
4132
4183
4233
30 MHz to 9GHz
823 – 824 MHz
9kHz to 30MHz
30 MHz to 9GHz
9kHz to 30MHz
30 MHz to 9GHz
849 – 850 MHz
Result
OPmode
no.
Used detector
PK
AV
QP



passed



passed


















passed
passed
passed
passed
passed
passed
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4.6. RF-Parameter - Frequency stability on temperature and voltage variations
4.6.1. Test location and equipments (for reference numbers please see chapter 'List of test equipment')
test location
test site
spectr. analys.
signaling
DC power
otherwise
Climatic test
chamber
line voltage
 CETECOM Essen (Chapter. 2.2.1)
Radio.lab.2
 347 Radio.lab.1 
 584 FSU
 489 ESU 40
 392 MT8820A  436 CMU
 456 EA 3013A  457 EA 3013A
 529 6dB divider  530 10dB Att.
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.2
 331 HC 4055
 627 OPUS 1
 331 VT 4002
 230 V 50 Hz via public mains
 264
 670
 459
 431
FSEK
 620 ESU 26
CMU
EA 2032-50  268 EA- 3050
Near field  341 Fluke 112
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.3




 494 AG6632A  498 NGPE 40
 00727 12 V/ 60 Hz Keithley 2303 (pre-m)
4.6.2. Requirements and limits
FCC
IC
Limit
§2.1055(a)(1)
 FDD Band 5: §22.355, Table C-1
 FDD Band 2: §24.235
 FDD Band 5: RSS-132, Issue 3: 5.3
 FDD Band 2: RSS-133, Issue 6: 6.3
“The frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that the fundamental emission stays within
the authorized frequency block”
4.6.3. Test condition and test set-up
Please see chapter “Test system set-up for conducted measurements on antenna port”
Test system set-up
Measurement method
In order to maintain the voltage constant over the time period of the tests, a dummy battery was
connected to a laboratory power supply. The power supply voltage was controlled on the input of
the power supply terminals of the EUT.
The RF Channel spacing is 200 kHz according W-CDMA-Spec, with a guard band. The aim of the
EUT is to function under all extreme conditions within authorized sub-bands in regard to
temperature and voltage variations. The frequency deviation was recorded with base station’s build
in capability. (CMU)
As the standard requires that the fundamental emissions stays within the authorized band, a limit of
+/-2.5ppm is considered low enough to ensure this.
A call was established on highest power transmit conditions in RMC99 mode.
Mobile phone settings
The measurements were made at the low, middle and high carrier frequencies of each of the
supported operating band. Choosing three TX-carrier frequencies of the mobile phone, should be
sufficient to demonstrate compliance.
Tests have been done in Rel99, 12.2 kbps RMC operating mode.
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4.6.3.1. Frequency shift of carrier against a voltage range at constant nominal temperature of 20° Celsius
1.) determine the carrier frequency for the lowest and highest channel at room temperature and nominal
voltage [20°C]
2.) The voltage was reduced to the lower declared voltage. (this shall be specified by the manufacturer)
Record the carrier frequency shift within 2 minutes after powering on the mobile phone, to prevent for
self heating effects.
3.) The voltage was increased upper declared voltage range as declared by the manufacturer. Record the
carrier frequency shift within 2 minutes after powering on the mobile phone, to prevent for self
heating effects.
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4.6.4. Measurement Results FDD 2:
FDD Band 2 - Channel 9400
Voltage
[V]
3,40
3,80
4,20
Nominal
Frequency
[MHz]
1,880E+09
FDD Band 2 - Channel 9262
Voltage
Nominal
Frequency
[V]
[MHz]
3,40
3,80
4,20
1,852E+09
Maximum frequency error
Verdict
[Hz]
[ppm]
Limit= +/- 2.5ppm
-883
-874
-1079
-0,470
-0,465
-0,574
passed
Maximum frequency error
Verdict
[Hz]
[ppm]
Limit= +/- 2.5ppm
-88
-91
-102
-0,048
-0,049
-0,055
passed
FDD Band 2 - Channel 9538
Voltage
[V]
3,40
3,80
4,20
Nominal
Frequency
[MHz]
1,9076E+09
Maximum frequency error
Verdict
[Hz]
[ppm]
Limit= +/- 2.5ppm
-2247
-2304
-2282
-1,178
-1,208
-1,196
passed
4.6.5. Measurement Results FDD 5:
FDD Band V - Channel 4183
Voltage
[V]
3,40
3,80
4,20
Nominal
Frequency
[MHz]
8,466E+08
Maximum frequency error
Verdict
[Hz]
[ppm]
Limit= +/- 2.5ppm
2072
2078
2086
2,447
2,455
2,464
passed
FDD Band V - Channel 4132
Voltage
[V]
3,40
3,80
4,20
Nominal
Frequency
[MHz]
8,264E+08
FDD Band V - Channel 4233
Voltage
Nominal
Frequency
[V]
[MHz]
3,40
3,80
4,20
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
8,466E+08
Maximum frequency error
Verdict
[Hz]
[ppm]
Limit= +/- 2.5ppm
2058
2063
2049
2,490
2,496
2,479
passed
Maximum frequency error
Verdict
[Hz]
[ppm]
Limit= +/- 2.5ppm
-1009
51
-45
-1,192
0,060
-0,053
passed
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 26 of 34
4.6.5.1. Frequency shift of carrier against temperature at constant power supply voltage
1.) determine the carrier frequency for the lowest, middle and highest channel at room temperature and nominal
voltage [20°C]
2.) expose the mobile station to –30°C, wait sufficient time to have constant temperature.
3.) Perform the carrier frequencies measurements in 10°C increments from –30°C to +50°C. For about half
hour at the specified temperature the mobile was powered-off. After powering-on, the measurements were
made within 2 minute for the channel lower channel, in order to prevent self-warming of the mobile.
4.6.5.2. FDD Band 2
Channel
9262
Temperature
Channel
9400
[Hz]
Maximum frequency error
Channel
Channel
9538
9262
Channel
9400
[ppm]
Channel
9538
Verdict
Limit=±1ppm
-30
265,35
218,01
229,24
0,143
0,116
0,120
-20
152,42
63,14
66,68
0,082
0,034
0,035
-10
76,82
54,50
68,42
0,041
0,029
0,036
93,10
81,34
74,12
0,050
0,043
0,039
10
132,64
73,36
99,79
0,072
0,039
0,052
20
167,32
54,00
85,51
0,090
0,029
0,045
30
166,58
60,47
54,71
0,090
0,032
0,029
40
145,52
51,20
58,67
0,079
0,027
0,031
50
68,03
62,6
67,03
0,037
0,033
0,035
Passed
Remark: absolute maximum deviation: 265.35Hz. Margin to band-edge from left T1 point of 99% OBW is
371.154kHz. The maximum deviation is very low considering the margin to the band edge at 1850MHz.
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 27 of 34
4.6.5.3. FDD Band 5
Maximum frequency error
Channel
4132
Channel
4183
Channel
4233
Channel
4132
[Hz]
Temperature
Verdict
Channel
4183
Channel
4233
-30
81,48
62,88
73,57
0,099
0,075
0,087
-20
53,14
30,48
33,34
0,064
0,036
0,039
-10
30,60
26,96
32,45
0,037
0,032
0,038
43,96
31,64
36,71
0,053
0,038
0,043
10
57,32
32,04
30,02
0,069
0,038
0,035
20
55,26
31,49
34,48
0,067
0,038
0,041
30
63,20
31,98
32,02
0,076
0,038
0,038
40
32,92
27,40
28,51
0,040
0,033
0,034
50
32,63
31,34
37,04
0,039
0,037
0,044
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Limit=±0.1ppm
[ppm]
Passed
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 28 of 34
4.7. General Limit - Radiated field strength emissions below 30 MHz
4.7.1. Test location and equipment
test location
test site
receiver
spectr. analys.
antenna
signaling
otherwise
DC power
line voltage
 CETECOM Essen (Chapter. 2.2.1)
 441 EMI SAR  487 SAR NSA
 377 ESCS30
 001 ESS
 584 FSU
 120 FSEM
 574 BTA-L
 133 EMCO3115
 392 MT8820A  371 CBT32
 400 FTC40x15E  401 FTC40x15E
 456 EA 3013A  457 EA 3013A
 230 V 50 Hz via public mains
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.2
 347 Radio.lab.


 264 FSEK

 302 BBHA9170  289 CBL 6141
 547 CMU
 594 CMW
 110 USB LWL  482 Filter Matrix
 459 EA 2032-50  268 EA- 3050
 060 120 V 60 Hz via PAS 5000
 Please see Chapter. 2.2.3






 030 HFH-Z2  477 GPS
 378 RadiSense
 494 AG6632A  498 NGPE 40
4.7.2. Requirements
Part 15, Subpart C, §15.205 & §15.209
RSS-Gen: Issue 4: §8.9 Table 5
C63.10-2013
Field strength limit
[μV/m]
[dBμV/m]
FCC
IC
ANSI
Frequency
[MHz]
Distance
[m]
Remarks
0.009 – 0.490
2400/f (kHz)
67.6 – 20Log(f) (kHz)
300
Correction factor used due to measurement distance of 3 m
0.490 – 1.705
24000/f (kHz)
87.6 – 20Log(f) (kHz)
30
Correction factor used due to measurement distance of 3 m
1.705 – 30
30
29.5
30
Correction factor used due to measurement distance of 3 m
4.7.3. Test condition and test set-up
 air link
 cable connection
 none
 with power supply  additional connection
 none
 table top
 floor standing
Temperature: (22±3°C)
Rel. humidity: (40±20)%
 9 – 150 kHz
RBW/VBW = 200 Hz
Scan step = 80 Hz
 150 kHz – 30 MHz RBW/VBW = 9 kHz
Scan step = 4 kHz
 other:
 6 dB EMI-Receiver Mode  3dB Spectrum analyser Mode
Peak (pre-measurement) and Quasi-PK/Average (final if applicable)
Repetitive-Scan, max-hold
Coupled – calibrated display if continuous signal otherwise adapted to EUT’s individual
transmission duty-cycle
Please see chapter “Test system set-up radiated magnetic field measurements below 30 MHz”
Signal link to test system (if used):
EUT-grounding
Equipment set up
Climatic conditions
Scan data
EMI-Receiver or Scan-Mode
Analyzer Settings Detector
Mode:
Sweep-Time
General measurement procedures
4.7.4. Measurement Results
The results are presented below in summary form only. For more information please see the diagrams.
Table of measurement results:
Diagram
No.
Carrier
Channel
Range
2.01
2.04
2.02
2.05
2.03
2.06
Low
Low
Middle
Middle
High
High
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Frequency
range
No.
9262
4132
9400
4183
9538
4233
9 kHz-30 MHz
9 kHz-30 MHz
9 kHz-30 MHz
9 kHz-30 MHz
9 kHz-30 MHz
9 kHz-30 MHz
Setup
no.
OPmode
no.
Remark
Used detector
PK AV












Result
QP






passed
passed
passed
passed
passed
passed
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 29 of 34
4.7.5. Correction factors due to reduced meas. distance (f< 30 MHz)
The used correction factors when the measurement distance is reduced compared to regulatory measurement
distance, are calculated according Extrapolation formulas valid for EUT’s with maximum dimension of
0.625xLambda. Formula 2+3+4 as presented in ANSI C63.10, Chapter 6.4.4 are used for the calculations of
proper extrapolation factors.
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 30 of 34
5. Accreditation details of CETECOM’s laboratories and test sites
Ref.No.
Accreditation
Certificate
D-PL12047-01-01
Valid for laboratory area or test site
All laboratories and test sites of CETECOM GmbH, Essen
337
Radiated Measurements 30 MHz to 1 GHz, 3 m / 10 m (OATS)
487
Radiated Measurements 30 MHz to 1 GHz, 3 m (SAR)
(MRA US-EU
558
Radiated Measurements above 1 GHz, 3 m (FAR)
0003)
348
Mains Ports Conducted Interference Measurements
348
Telecommunication Ports Conducted Interference Measurem.
337
3462D-1
Radiated Measurements 30 MHz to 1 GHz, 3 m / 10 m (OATS)
487
3462D-2
Radiated Measurements 30 MHz to 1 GHz, 3 m (SAR)
550
3462D-2
Radiated Measurements 1 GHz to 6 GHz, 3 m (SAR)
558
3462D-3
Radiated Measurements above 1 GHz, 3 m (FAR)
487
R-2666
Radiated Measurements 30 MHz to 1 GHz, 3 m (SAR)
550
G-301
Radiated Measurements 1 GHz to 6 GHz, 3 m (SAR)
348
C-2914
Mains Ports Conducted Interference Measurements
348
T-1967
Telecommunication Ports Conducted Interference Measurem.
OATS = Open Area Test Site, SAR = Semi Anechoic Room, FAR = Fully Anechoic Room
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Accreditation Body
DAkkS, Deutsche
Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH
FCC, Federal Communications
Commission
Laboratory Division, USA
IC, Industry Canada Certification
and Engineering Bureau
VCCI, Voluntary Control Council
for Interference by Information
Technology Equipment, Japan
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 31 of 34
6. Instruments and Ancillary
6.1. Used equiment “CTC”
The “Ref.-No” in the left column of the following tables allows the clear identification of the laboratory
equipment.
Ref.-No.
6.1.1. Test software and firmware of equipment
Equipment
001
012
013
017
053
119
140
261
262
263
264
EMI Test Receiver
Signal Generator (EMS-cond.)
Power Meter (EMS cond.)
Digital Radiocommunication Tester
Audio Analyzer
RT Harmonics Analyzer dig. Flickermeter
Signal Generator
Thermal Power Sensor
Power Meter
Signal Generator
Spectrum Analyzer
ESS
SMY 01
NRVD
CMD 60 M
UPA3
B10
SMHU
NRV-Z55
NRV-S
SMP 04
FSEK 30
825132/017
839069/027
839111/003
844365/014
860612/022
G60547
831314/006
825083/0008
825770/0010
826190/0007
826939/005
295
Racal Digital Radio Test Set
6103
1572
298
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
CMU 200
832221/091
323
331
335
340
355
365
366
371
377
378
389
Digital Radiocommunication Tester
Climatic Test Chamber -40/+80 Grad
CTC-EMS-Conducted
Digital Radiocommunication Tester
Power Meter
10V Insertion Unit 50 Ohm
Ultra Compact Simulator
Bluetooth Tester
EMI Test Receiver
Broadband RF Field Monitor
Digital Multimeter
CMD 55
HC 4055
System EMS Conducted
CMD 55
URV 5
URV5-Z2
UCS 500 M4
CBT32
ESCS 30
RadiSense III
Keithley 2000
825878/0034
43146
849709/037
891310/027
100880
V0531100594
100153
100160
03D00013SNO-08
0583926
392
Radio Communication Tester
MT8820A
6K00000788
436
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
CMU 200
103083
441
442
CTC-SAR-EMI Cable Loss
CTC-SAR-EMS
443
CTC-FAR-EMI-RSE
Spuri 7.2.5 or EMC 32 Ver. 9.15.00
444
CTC-FAR-EMS field
System EMI field (SAR)
System EMS field (SAR)
System CTC-FAR-EMIRSE
System-EMS-Field (FAR)
Firm.= 1.21 , OTP=2.0, GRA=2.0
Firm.= V 2.02
Firm.= V 1.51
Firmware = V 3.52 .22.01.99, DECT = D2.87 13.01.99
Firm. V 4.3
Firm.= V 3.1DHG
Firm.= 3.21
EPROM-Datum 02.12.04, SE EE 1 B
Firm.= 2.6
Firm.=3.21
Bios=2.1, Analyzer= 3.20
UNIT Firmware= 4.04, SW-Main=4.04, SW-BBP=1.04,
SW-DSP=1.02, Hardboot=1.02, Softboot=2.02
R&S Test Firmware =3.53 /3.54 (current Testsoftw. f.
all band used
Firm.= 3.52 .22.01.99
TSI 1.53
EMC 32 V 8.52
Firm.= 3.52 .22.01.99
Firm.= 1.31
Eprom Data = 31.03.08
Firm. UCS 500=001925/3.06a02, rc=ISMIEC 4.10
CBT V5,30+ SW-Option K55, K57
Firm.= 2.30, OTP= 02.01, GRA= 02.36
Firm.= V.03D13
Firm. = A13 (Mainboard) A02 (Display)
Firm.= 4.50 #005, IPL=4.01#001,OS=4.02#001,
GSM=4.41#013, W-CDMA= 4.54#004, scenario=
4.52#002
R&S Test Firmware Base=5.14, Mess-Software=
GSM:5.14 WCDMA:5.14 (current Testsoftw. F. all band
EMC 32 Version 8.52
EMC 32 Version 8.40
460
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
CMU 200
108901
489
491
524
526
527
528
EMI Test Receiver
ESD Simulator dito
Voltage Drop Simulator
Burst Generator
Micro Pulse Generator
Load Dump Simulator
ESU40
ESD dito
VDS 200
EFT 200 A
MPG 200 B
LD 200B
1000-30
dito307022
0196-16
0496-06
0496-05
0496-06
546
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
CMU 200
106436
547
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
CMU 200
835390/014
584
Spectrum Analyzer
FSU 8
100248
597
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
CMU 200
100347
598
620
642
Spectrum Analyzer
EMI Test Receiver
Wideband Radio Communication Tester
FSEM 30 (Reserve)
ESU 26
CMW 500
831259/013
100362
126089
692
Bluetooth Tester
CBT 32
100236
EMC 32 Version 9.15.00
R&S Test Firmware Base=5.14, GSM=5.14
WCDMA=5.14 (current Testsoftw.,f. all band to be used,
Firmware=4.43 SP3, Bios=V5.1-16-3, Spec. =01.00
V 2.30
Software Nr: 000037 Version V4.20a01
Software Nr. 000034 Version V2.32
Software-Nr. 000030 Version V2.43
Software-Nr. 000031 Version V2.35a01
R&S Test Firmware Base=5.14, GSM=5.14
WCDMA=5.14 (current Testsoftw.,f. all band to be used
R&S Test Firmware Base=V5.1403 (current Testsoftw.,
f. all band used, GSM = 5.14 WCDMA: = 5.14
2.82_SP3
R&S Test Firmware Base=5.01, GSM=5.02 WCDMA=
not installed, Mainboard= µP1=V.850
Firmware Bios 3.40 , Analyzer 3.40 Sp 2
4.43_SP3
Setup V03.26, Test programm component V03.02.20
CBT V 5.40, FW: V.2.41 (FPGA Digital, V. 3.09 FPGA
RF)
Type
6.1.2. Single instruments and test systems
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Serial-No.
Version of Firmware or Software during the test
001
005
007
009
016
020
021
030
033
057
060
EMI Test Receiver
AC - LISN (50 Ohm/50µH, test site 1)
Single-Line V-Network (50 Ohm/5µH)
Power Meter (EMS-radiated)
Line Impedance Simulating Network
Horn Antenna 18 GHz (Subst 1)
Loop Antenna (H-Field)
Loop Antenna (H-field)
RF-current probe (100kHz-30MHz)
relay-switch-unit (EMS system)
power amplifier (DC-2kHz)
066
notch filter (WCDMA; FDD1)
086
087
DC - power supply, 0 -10 A
DC - power supply, 0 -5 A
090
Helmholtz coil: 2x10 coils in series
091
099
100
110
119
136
140
248
249
252
256
257
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
279
287
291
298
300
301
302
303
331
341
342
347
348
354
355
356
357
371
373
376
377
389
392
431
436
439
USB-LWL-Converter
passive voltage probe
passive voltage probe
USB-LWL-Converter
RT Harmonics Analyzer dig. Flickermeter
adjustable dipole antenna (Dipole 1)
Signal Generator
attenuator
attenuator
attenuator
attenuator
hybrid
hybrid coupler
Thermal Power Sensor
Power Meter
Signal Generator
Spectrum Analyzer
peak power sensor
Peak Power Sensor
notch filter GSM 850
termination
termination
attenuator (20 dB) 50 W
attenuator (10 dB) 100 W
attenuator (10 dB) 50 W
DC-Block
DC-Block
power divider
pre-amplifier 25MHz - 4GHz
high pass filter GSM 850/900
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
AC LISN (50 Ohm/50µH, 1-phase)
attenuator (20 dB) 50W, 18GHz
horn antenna 40 GHz (Meas 1)
horn antenna 40 GHz (Subst 1)
Climatic Test Chamber -40/+80 Grad
Digital Multimeter
Digital Multimeter
laboratory site
laboratory site
DC - Power Supply 40A
Power Meter
power sensor
power sensor
Bluetooth Tester
Single-Line V-Network (50 Ohm/5µH)
Horn Antenna 6 GHz
EMI Test Receiver
Digital Multimeter
Radio Communication Tester
Model 7405
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
UltraLog-Antenna
441
CTC-SAR-EMI Cable Loss
443
CTC-FAR-EMI-RSE
448
notch filter WCDMA_FDD II
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Type
ESS
ESH2-Z5
ESH3-Z6
NRV
Op. 24-D
3115
6502
HFH-Z2
ESH2-Z1
RSU
PAS 5000
WRCT 1900/2200-5/4010EEK
LNG 50-10
EA-3013 S
Helmholtz coil: 2x10 coils
in
OLS-1
ESH2-Z3
Probe TK 9416
OLS-1
B10
3121C-DB4
SMHU
SMA 6dB 2W
SMA 10dB 10W
N 6dB 12W
SMA 3dB 2W
4031C
4032C
NRV-Z55
NRV-S
SMP 04
FSEK 30
NRV-Z33, Model 04
NRV-Z31, Model 04
WRCA 800/960-6EEK
1418 N
1418 N
Model 47
Model 48
Model 47 (10 dB) 50 W
Model 7003 (N)
Model 7006 (SMA)
1515 (SMA)
AMF-2D-100M4G-35-10P
WHJ 2200-4EE
CMU 200
ESH3-Z5
47-20-33
BBHA9170
BBHA9170
HC 4055
Fluke 112
Voltcraft M-4660A
radio lab.
EMI conducted
NGPE 40/40
URV 5
NRV-Z1
NRV-Z1
CBT32
ESH3-Z6
BBHA9120 E
ESCS 30
Keithley 2000
MT8820A
Near-Field Probe Set
CMU 200
HL 562
System EMI field (SAR)
Cable
System CTC-FAR-EMIRSE
WRCT 1850.0/2170.0-
Serial-No.
Manufacturer
Remark
Equipment
Interval of
calibration
Ref.-No.
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 32 of 34
Cal
due
825132/017
861741/005
892563/002
863056/017
B6366
9107-3699
9206-2770
879604/026
879581/18
494440/002
B6363
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Spitzenberger+Spies
EMCO
EMCO
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Spitzenberger+Spies
12 M
12 M
12 M
24 M
36 M
36/12 M
36 M
36 M
24 M
pre-m
1a
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
31.03.2017
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
Wainwright GmbH
12 M
1g
31.07.2015
Heinzinger Electronic
Elektro Automatik
pre-m
pre-m
RWTÜV
12 M
007/2006
299.7810.52
without
G60547
9105-0697
831314/006
04491
11342
825083/0008
825770/0010
826190/0007
826939/005
840414/009
843383/016
BB6935
BE6384
BF6239
BF9229
BG0321
C5129
C7061
LH855
379418
14
832221/091
892 239/020
AW0272
155
156
43146
81650455
IB 255466
448
891310/027
882322/014
861761/002
100153
100535
BBHA 9120 E 179
100160
0583926
6K00000788
9305-2457
103083
100248
Ing. Büro Scheiba
Rohde & Schwarz
Schwarzbeck
Ing. Büro Scheiba
BOCONSULT
EMCO
Rohde & Schwarz
Radiall
Radiall
Radiall
Radiall
Narda
Narda
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Wainwright GmbH
Weinschel
Weinschel
Weinschel
Weinschel
Weinschel
Weinschel
Weinschel
Weinschel
Miteq
Wainwright GmbH
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Lucas Weinschel
Schwarzbeck
Schwarzbeck
Heraeus Vötsch
Fluke
Voltcraft
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
R&S
Rohde & Schwarz
Schwarzbeck
Rohde & Schwarz
Keithley
Anritsu
EMCO
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
36 M
36 M
36 M
36 M
24 M
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
24 M
24 M
36 M
12 M
24 M
24 M
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
12 M
12 M
pre-m
12 M
pre-m
36 M
36 M
24 M
24 M
24 M
pre-m
24 M
24 M
24 M
24 M
24 M
12 M
12 M
24 M
12 M
12 M
36 M
1c
1c
CETECOM
12 M
30.01.2016
12 M
31.07.2015
12 M
1c
31.07.2015
ETS-Lindgren /
CETECOM
Wainwright Instruments
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
31.03.2016
31.03.2016
31.03.2016
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
31.03.2016
31.07.2015
31.07.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2017
31.03.2017
30.11.2014
31.03.2016
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
31.03.2016
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2017
Type
Serial-No.
487
System CTC NSA-Verification SAR-EMI
489
EMI Test Receiver
502
band reject filter
503
band reject filter
512
notch filter GSM 850
517
523
529
530
546
547
548
549
552
557
relais switch matrix
Digital Multimeter
6 dB Broadband resistive power divider
10 dB Broadband resistive power divider
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
Digital-Barometer
Log.Per-Antenna
high pass filter 2,8-18GHz
System CTC-OTA-2
558
System CTC FAR S-VSWR
574
584
594
597
598
600
601
602
611
612
613
616
617
618
619
620
621
625
Biconilog Hybrid Antenna
Spectrum Analyzer
Wideband Radio Communication Tester
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
Spectrum Analyzer
power meter
medium-sensitivity diode sensor
peak power sensor
DC power supply
DC power supply
Attenuator
Digitalmultimeter
Power Splitter/Combiner
Power Splitter/Combiner
Power Splitter/Combiner
EMI Test Receiver
Step Attenuator 0-139 dB
Generic Test Load USB
5/40WRCT 824.0/894.0-5/408SSK
HM 205-3
EA 3013 S
EA-PS 2032-50
CMU 200
HP3245A
Fluke 112
Fluke 112
Fluke 112
AS-47
NRVS
Filter matrix SAR 1
AMF-5D-02501800-2510P
System EMI field (SAR)
NSA
ESU40
WRCG 1709/17861699/1796WRCG 824/849-814/859WRCA 800/960-02/406EEK
HF Relais Box Keithley
L4411A
Model 1515
R 416110000
CMU 200
CMU 200
GBP 2300
HL025
WHKX 2.8/18G-10SS
R&S TS8991
System CTC FAR SVSWR
BTA-L
FSU 8
CMW 500
CMU 200
FSEM 30 (Reserve)
NRVD (Reserve)
NRV-Z5 (Reserve)
NRV-Z32 (Reserve)
E3632A
E3632A
R416120000 20dB 10W
Fluke 177
ZFSC-2-2-S+
50PD-634
50PD-634
ESU 26
RSP
Generic Test Load USB
627
data logger
OPUS 1
634
636
Spectrum Analyzer
Thermal Imaging camera
637
High Speed HDMI with Ethernet 1m
638
640
641
642
644
670
671
678
683
HDMI Kabel with Ethernet 1,5 m flach
HDMI cable 2m rund
HDMI cable with Ethernet
Wideband Radio Communication Tester
Amplifierer
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
DC-power supply 0-5 A
Power Meter
Spectrum Analyzer
FSM (HF-Unit)
Ti32
HDMI cable with Ethernet
1m
HDMI cable with Ethernet
HDMI cable 2m rund
Certified HDMI cable with
CMW 500
ZX60-2534M+
CMU 200
EA-3013S
NRP
FSU 26
686
Field Analyzer
EHP-200A
160WX30702
687
688
692
693
Signal Generator
Pre Amp
Bluetooth Tester
TS8997
SMF 100A
JS-18004000-40-8P
CBT 32
CTC-Radio Lab 1_TS8997
102073
1750117
100236
449
notch filter WCDMA FDD V
454
456
459
460
463
466
467
468
477
480
482
Oscilloscope
DC-Power supply 0-5 A
DC -Power supply 0-5 A , 0-32 V
Univ. Radio Communication Tester
Universal source
Digital Multimeter
Digital Multimeter
Digital Multimeter
ReRadiating GPS-System
power meter (Fula)
filter matrix
484
pre-amplifier 2,5 - 18 GHz
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Manufacturer
Remark
Equipment
Interval of
calibration
Ref.-No.
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 33 of 34
Cal
due
GmbH
Wainwright
12 M
1c
31.07.2015
9210 P 29661
207810
910722
108901
2831A03472
89210157
89680306
90090455
838392/031
Hameg
Elektro Automatik
Elektro Automatik
Rohde & Schwarz
Agilent
Fluke USA
Fluke USA
Fluke USA
Automotive Cons. Fink
Rohde & Schwarz
CETECOM (Brl)
pre-m
pre-m
12 M
24 M
36 M
36 M
24 M
1d
1244554
Miteq
12 M
31.07.2015
24 M
30.06.2015
12 M
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
1000-30
ETS Lindgren /
CETECOM
Rohde & Schwarz
SN 9
Wainwright
pre-m
SN 5
Wainwright
pre-m
SN 24
Wainwrght
12 M
1c
SE 04
MY46000154
LH 855
LOT 9828
106436
835390/014
without
1000060
Keithley
Agilent
Weinschel
R&S
Rohde & Schwarz
Greisinger GmbH
Rohde & Schwarz
Wainwright
Rohde & Schwarz
pre-m
24 M
pre-m
pre-m
12 M
12 M
36 M
36/12 M
12 M
12 M
1c
CTC
24 M
31.07.2015
980026L
100248
101757
100347
831259/013
834501/018
8435323/003
835080
KR 75305854
MY 40001321
Lot. 9828
88900339
S F987001108
600994
600995
100362
100017
201.0999.9302.6.4.1.4
826188/010
Ti32-12060213
Frankonia
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Agilent
Agilent
Radiall
Fluke
Mini Circuits
JFW Industries USA
JFW Industries, USA
Rohde-Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
CETECOM
36/12 M
pre-m
12 M
36 M
24 M
24 M
24 M
24 M
pre-m
pre-m
pre-m
24 M
12 M
pre-m
31.03.2016
G. Lufft GmbH
36 M
30.05.2015
Rohde & Schwarz
Fluke Corporation
pre-m
36 M
31.07.2015
KogiLink
126089
SN865701299
106833
101638
200571
Reichelt
Reichelt
PureLink
Rohde&Schwarz
Mini-Circuits
Rohde & Schwarz
Elektro Automatik
Rohde&Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz
Narda Safety Test
Solutions
Rohde&Schwarz
Miteq
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde&Schwarz
12 M
12 M
pre-m
pre-m
12 M
24 M
18.07.2015
12 M
pre-m
12 M
12 M
01.04.2015
31.07.2015
31.03.2015
12.02.2015
31.03.2015
30.06.2015
31.03.2015
31.07.2015
30.09.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
13.01.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2016
01.12.2015
31.03.2015
31.03.2015
01.04.2015
31.03.2015
31.05.2015
697
Type
Power Splitter
ZN4PD-642W-S+
Note / remarks
Interval of calibration
Serial-No.
165001445
Manufacturer
Mini-Circuits
Remark
Equipment
Interval of
calibration
Ref.-No.
Test Report 6-0608-14-1-4a , Page 34 of 34
Cal
due
Calibrated during system calibration:
1a
System CTC-SAR-EMS (Ref.-No. 442)
1b
System-CTC-EMS-Conducted (Ref.-No. 335)
1c
System CTC-FAR-EMI-RSE (Ref.-No . 443)
1d
System CTC-SAR-EMI (Ref.-No . 441)
1e
System CTC-OATS (EMI radiated) (Ref.-No. 337)
1f
System CTC-CTIA-OTA (Ref.-No . 420)
1g
System CTC-FAR-EMS (Ref.-No . 444)
Calibration or equipment check immediately before measurement
Regulatory maintained equipment for functional check or support purpose
calibration
of this equipment
no effect
onmechanical
measuring result
Ancillary equipment
without has
calibration
e.g.
equipment or monitoring equipment
Test System
12 M
12 month
24 M
24 month
36 M
36 month
24/12 M
Calibration every 24 months, between this every 12 months internal validation
36/12 M
Calibration every 36 months, between this every 12 months internal validation
Pre-m
Check before starting the measurement
Without calibration
7. Versions of test reports (change history)
Version
---
TR6-0608-14-1-4a
Applied changes
Initial release
--
Date of release
2015-04-09
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