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SPORTON International Inc.
No. 52, Hwa Ya 1st Rd., Hwa Ya Technology Park, Kwei-Shan Hsiang, Tao Yuan Hsien, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Ph: 886-3-327-3456 / FAX: 886-3-327-0973 / www.sporton.com.tw
FCC RADIO TEST REPORT
Applicant’s company
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
Applicant Address
4F, No. 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei 112, Taiwan
FCC ID
MSQ-RTGZ00
Manufacturer’s company (1)
ASKEY TECHNOLOGY (JIANG SU) LTD
Manufacturer Address (1)
NO1388, Jiao Tong Road, Wujiang Economic Technological
Development Area Jiangsu Province 215200 China
Manufacturer’s company (2)
Compal Networking (KunShan) Co., LTD.
Manufacturer Address (2)
No. 520, Nabbang Rd., Economic & Technical Development Zone
Kunshan, Jiangsu Province China
Product Name
Wireless-AC5300 Tri-band Gigabit Router, ROG Rapture Tri-band
Gaming Router, Extreme Gaming Router
Brand Name
ASUS
Model No.
RT-AC5300, RT-AC5300R, RT-AC5300W, RT-AC5300P, RT-AC95U,
RT-AC96U, GT-AC5300, ROG Rapture GT-AC5300
Test Rule Part(s)
47 CFR FCC Part 15 Subpart E § 15.407
Test Freq. Range
5150 ~ 5250 MHz / 5725 ~ 5850 MHz
Received Date
Apr. 28, 2015
Final Test Date
Jan. 24, 2017
Submission Type
Class II Change
Statement
Test result included is for the IEEE 802.11n and IEEE 802.11a/ac of the product.
The test result in this report refers exclusively to the presented test model / sample.
Without written approval of SPORTON International Inc., the test report shall not be reproduced except in full.
The measurements and test results shown in this test report were made in accordance with the procedures
and found in compliance with the limit given in ANSI C63.10-2013, 47 CFR FCC Part 15 Subpart E,
KDB789033 D02 v01r03, KDB662911 D01 v02r01, KDB644545 D03 v01, ET Docket No. 13–49; FCC 16–24.
The test equipment used to perform the test is calibrated and traceable to NML/ROC.
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Table of Contents
1. VERIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE ....................................................................................................................... 1
2. SUMMARY OF THE TEST RESULT .......................................................................................................................... 2
3. GENERAL INFORMATION .................................................................................................................................. 3
3.1.
Product Details....................................................................................................................................................................................3
3.2.
Accessories.........................................................................................................................................................................................5
3.3.
Table for Filed Antenna.......................................................................................................................................................................7
3.4.
Table for Carrier Frequencies .............................................................................................................................................................8
3.5.
Table for Test Modes ...........................................................................................................................................................................9
3.6.
Table for Testing Locations................................................................................................................................................................11
3.7.
Table for Multiple Listing and Class II Change..................................................................................................................................12
3.8.
Table for Supporting Units .................................................................................................................................................................14
3.9.
Table for Parameters of Test Software Setting ...................................................................................................................................16
3.10.
EUT Operation during Test .................................................................................................................................................................17
3.11.
Duty Cycle ........................................................................................................................................................................................18
3.12.
Test Configurations ...........................................................................................................................................................................19
4. TEST RESULT ................................................................................................................................................... 23
4.1.
AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Measurement.........................................................................................................................23
4.2.
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Measurement......................................................................................................27
4.3.
Maximum Conducted Output Power Measurement.........................................................................................................................38
4.4.
Power Spectral Density Measurement ..............................................................................................................................................42
4.5.
Radiated Emissions Measurement ....................................................................................................................................................52
4.6.
Band Edge Emissions Measurement .................................................................................................................................................77
4.7.
Frequency Stability Measurement ....................................................................................................................................................97
4.8.
Antenna Requirements ...................................................................................................................................................................101
5. LIST OF MEASURING EQUIPMENTS ................................................................................................................. 102
6. MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY........................................................................................................................ 103
APPENDIX A. TEST PHOTOS ........................................................................................................................ A1 ~ A4
PHOTOGRAPHS OF EUT V01
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History of This Test Report
REPORT NO.
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VERSION
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DESCRIPTION
Initial issue of report
36/52 1 5180 MHz
ISSUED DATE
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5260 MHz
42 50 42/50/58 5210 MHz
5250 MHz 42 5210 MHz
5.15~5.25 GHz 5.15-5.35 GHz
5.25-5.35 GHz
47 CFR FCC Part 15 Subpart E
Ant. A + Ant. B
Further, this requirement does not apply to intentional radiators that must be professionally installed.
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2. SUMMARY OF THE TEST RESULT
Applied Standard: 47 CFR FCC Part 15 Subpart E
Part
Rule Section
Description of Test
Result
4.1
15.207
AC Power Line Conducted Emissions
Complies
4.2
15.407(a)
26dB Spectrum Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth
Complies
4.3
15.407(a)
Maximum Conducted Output Power
Complies
4.4
15.407(a)
Power Spectral Density
Complies
4.5
15.407(b)
Radiated Emissions
Complies
4.6
15.407(b)
Band Edge Emissions
Complies
4.7
15.407(g)
Frequency Stability
Complies
4.8
15.203
Antenna Requirements
Complies
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3. GENERAL INFORMATION
3.1. Product Details
Items
Product Type
Description
WLAN (4TX, 4RX) for verison 1
WLAN (3TX/3RX, 4TX/4RX) for verison 2
Radio Type
Intentional Transceiver
Power Type
From power adapter
Modulation
IEEE 802.11a: OFDM
IEEE 802.11n/ac: see the below table
Data Modulation
IEEE 802.11a/n: OFDM (BPSK / QPSK / 16QAM / 64QAM)
IEEE 802.11ac: OFDM (BPSK / QPSK / 16QAM / 64QAM / 256QAM,
1024QAM)
Data Rate (Mbps)
IEEE 802.11a: OFDM (6/9/12/18/24/36/48/54)
IEEE 802.11n/ac: see the below table
Frequency Range
5150 ~ 5250 MHz / 5725 ~ 5850 MHz
Channel Number
4 for 20MHz bandwidth ; 2 for 40MHz bandwidth
1 for 80MHz bandwidth
Channel Band Width (99%)
EUT: Version 2 (4TX4RX)
5G Band 1
For Non-beamforming function:
IEEE 802.11a: 16.85 MHz
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT20): 17.89 MHz
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT40): 36.47 MHz
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT80): 75.54 MHz
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 (VHT20): 18.06 MHz
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 (VHT40): 36.76 MHz
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 (VHT80): 76.12 MHz
For Beamforming function:
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT20): 18.06 MHz
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT40): 36.76 MHz
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT80): 76.12 MHz
Maximum Conducted Output
EUT: Version 2 (4TX4RX)
Power
5G Band 1
For Non-beamforming function:
IEEE 802.11a: 26.76 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT20): 26.91 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT40): 28.22 dBm
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IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT80): 22.30 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 (VHT20): 26.05 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 (VHT40): 24.46 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 (VHT80): 23.61 dBm
For Beamforming function:
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT20): 26.46 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT40): 26.38 dBm
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 (VHT80): 24.43 dBm
Carrier Frequencies
Please refer to section 3.4
Antenna
Please refer to section 3.3
Items
Description
Communication Mode
IP Based (Load Based)
Frame Based
Beamforming Function
With beamforming
Without beamforming
Operate Condition
Indoor
Outdoor
Note: The product has beamforming function for 802.11 n/ac in 2.4GHz/5GHz.
Antenna and Bandwidth
Antenna
Three (TX)
Four (TX)
Band width Mode
20 MHz
40 MHz
80 MHz
20 MHz
40 MHz
80 MHz
IEEE 802.11a
IEEE 802.11n
IEEE 802.11ac
IEEE 11n/ac Spec.
Protocol
Number of
Transmit Chains (NTX)
Data Rate / MCS
802.11n (HT20)
3, 4
MCS0-23, MCS0-31
802.11n (HT40)
3, 4
MCS0-23, MCS0-31
802.11ac (VHT20)
3, 4
MCS0-11/Nss1-3, MCS0-11/Nss1-4
802.11ac (VHT40)
3, 4
MCS0-11/Nss1-3, MCS0-11/Nss1-4
802.11ac (VHT80)
3, 4
MCS0-11/Nss1-3, MCS0-11/Nss1-4
Note 1: IEEE Std. 802.11n modulation consists of HT20 and HT40 (HT: High Throughput).
Then EUT supports HT20 and HT40.
Note 2: IEEE Std. 802.11ac modulation consists of VHT20, VHT40, VHT80 and VHT160 (VHT: Very High
Throughput). Then EUT supports VHT20, VHT40 and VHT80.
Note 3: Modulation modes consist of below configuration:
HT20/HT40: IEEE 802.11n, VHT20/VHT40/VHT80: IEEE 802.11ac
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3.2. Accessories
Power
Brand
Model No.
Adapter 1
ASUS
ADP-65DW B
Adapter 2
ASUS
AD887320
Adapter 3
ASUS
PA-1650-93
Adapter 4
ASUS
ADP-65DW B
Adapter 5
ASUS
PA-1650-63
Adapter 6
ASUS
AD887320
Rating
Input: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz, 1.5A
Output: 19Vdc, 3.42A
Input: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz, 1.5A
Output: 19Vdc, 3.42A
Input: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz, 1.7A
Output: 19Vdc, 3.42A
Input: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz, 1.5A
Output: 19Vdc, 3.42A
Input: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz, 1.7A
Output: 19Vdc, 3.42A
Input: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz, 1.5A
Output: 19Vdc, 3.42A
Other
RJ-45 cable*1: Shielded, 1.5m
Note1: The difference between adapter 1(model: ADP-65DW B) and adapter 4 (model: ADP-65DW B) as
below:
Adapter 1
Design No
MFG TITLE
MFG PART
DESCRIPTION
Q1
AUK
SMK0760F
FET 600V 7A 1.2ohm TO-220F-3P
Q1
ST
STP6NK60ZFP
FET 600V 6A 1.2ohm TO-220FP-3P
Q1
TOSHIBA
TK10A60DR(STA4,X)
FET 600V 10A 750mohm TO-220SIS-3P
D101
ST
STPS20S100CT
DIO SBD 20A 100V TO-220AB-3P C.C.
D101
ST
STPS20SM100ST
DIO SBD 20A 100V TO-220AB-3P
D101
ST
STPS30SM100ST
DIO SBD 30A 100V TO-220AB-3P
IC31
ON
DAP022ASN65T1G
IC ASIC PWM CURRENT MODE TSOP-6P SMD
IC131
TI
TL432BIDBZR
IC VOL REF ADJ 2.495V 100mA 0.5%
IC131
NXP
TL431BMFDT
IC VOL REF ADJ 2.495V 100mA 0.5%
IC131
DIODES
AS431ANTR-G1
IC VOL REF ADJ 2.5V 100mA 0.5% SOT-23-3P
IC32
EVERLIGHT
EL816M(Y)(D)-VG
PHOTO TR 50mA 80V DIP-4P 150%-300%
IC32
SHARP
PC123Y92FZ0F
PHOTO TR 50mA 70V DIP-4P 160%-300%
IC32
Renesas
PS2561DL1-1Y-V-A(G)
EOL PHOTO TR 40mA 80V DIP-4P 150%-300%
CX1
EUROPTRONIC MPX2224K30B15LXD20
CAP X2 MP PC 305VAC 0.22uF K S15
CX1
OKAYA
LE224-MX-30-C3.2
CAP X2 MP PC 300VAC 0.22uF K S15
CX1
HUA
MKP-224K0275AB115S-G
CAP X2 MP PC 275VAC 0.22uF K S15
FL1
DELTA
HFV-MP13202
LINE FILTER T14 14mH MIN
FL101
DELTA
LFV-MP13303
LINE FILTER T10 17uH MIN
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T1
DELTA
MV-MP13167
TRANSFORMER MAIN RM10 1mH +/-5%
C1
NICHICON
UPT2G680MHD3
CAP AL 400V 68uF M 16*25 P7.5
C1
NCC
EKMG401ELL680ML25S
CAP AL 400V 68uF M 16*25 P7.5
C1
L-Tec
TYJ2GM680K25O
CAP AL 400V 68uF M 16*25 P7.5
CY1
MURATA
DE1B3KX221KNHAN99F
CAP Y1/X1 CD 250VAC 220pF K B TP VI10
CY1
TDK
CD70-B2GA221KYVK
CAP Y1/X1 CD 250VAC 220pF K B TP VI10
CY1
WALSIN
YP0AH221K061DASDAB
CAP Y1/X1 CD 250VAC 220pF K B TP VI10
Adapter 4
Design No
MFG TITLE
MFG PART
DESCRIPTION
Q1
TOSHIBA
TK10A60DR(STA4,X)
FET 600V 10A 750mohm TO-220SIS-3P
Q1
FUJI
FMV11N60ES
FET 600V 11A 750mohm TO-220F-3P
D101
ST
STPS20S100CT
DIO SBD 20A 100V TO-220AB-3P C.C.
D101
ST
STPS20H100CT
DIO SBD 20A 100V TO-220AB-3P C.C.
D101
ST
STPS30H100CT
DIO SBD 30A 100V TO-220AB-3P C.C.
IC31
NeoEnergy
DAP022AT
IC ASIC PWM CURRENT MODE SOT-26-6P SMD
IC131
LITE-ON
LA431OCRPA
IC REGU ADJ 2.495V 100mA 0.4% SOT-23R-3P
IC131
TI
TL432BIDBZR
IC VOL REF ADJ 2.495V 100mA 0.5%
IC131
NXP
TL431BMFDT
IC VOL REF ADJ 2.495V 100mA 0.5%
IC32
EVERLIGHT
EL816M(Y)(D)-VG
PHOTO TR 50mA 80V DIP-4P 150%-300%
IC32
SHARP
PC123Y92FZ0F
PHOTO TR 50mA 70V DIP-4P 160%-300%
IC32
TOSHIBA
TLP785F(D4-GRH,F
PHOTO TR 60mA 80V DIP-4P 150%-300%
CX1
HUA
MKP-334K0275AB115S-G
CAP X2 MP PC 275VAC 0.33uF K S15
CX1
HUA
MKP-334K0275AB115S-P
CAP X2 MP PC 275VAC 0.33uF K S15
EUROPTRONIC MPX2334K30B15LXD31
CAP X2 MP PC 305VAC 0.33uF K S15
CX1
FL1
DELTA
HFV-MP15027
LINE FILTER T16 12.7mH MIN
FL101
DELTA
LFV-MP13171
LINE FILTER T6 1.55uH MIN
T1
DELTA
MV-MP15037
TRANSFORMER MAIN RM10 1000uH +/-5%
C1
NCC
EKMG401ELL680ML25S
CAP AL 400V 68uF M 16*25 P7.5
CY1
MURATA
DE1B3KX221KNHAN99F
CAP Y1/X1 CD 250VAC 220pF K B TP VI10
CY1
WALSIN
YP0AH221K061DASDAB
CAP Y1/X1 CD 250VAC 220pF K B TP VI10
Note2: The difference between adapter 3 (model: PA-1650-93) and adapter 5 (model: PA-1650-63) as
below:
Adapter 3
Adapter 5
Model: PA-1650-93
Model: PA-1650-63
Note3: The difference between adapter 2 (model: AD887320) and new adapter 6 (model: AD887320) as
below:
Adapter 2
Adapter 6
Type: 010KLF BAH
Type: 010K-3LF
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3.3. Table for Filed Antenna
Set
Brand
Part No.
Antenna Type
Connector
PSA
RFDPA131000SBLB805
Dipole Antenna
Reversed-SMA
PSA
RFDPA151000SBLB802
Dipole Antenna
Reversed-SMA
M.gear
C660-510368-A
Dipole Antenna
Reversed-SMA
M.gear
C660-510369-A
Dipole Antenna
Reversed-SMA
M.gear
C660-510370-A
Dipole Antenna
Reversed-SMA
M.gear
C660-510391-A
Dipole Antenna
Reversed-SMA
M.gear
C660-510392-A
Dipole Antenna
Reversed-SMA
Gain (dBi)
Set
Cable Loss
True Gain (dBi)
2.4GHz
5GHz
2.4GHz
5GHz
2.4GHz
5GHz
2.32
3.47
2.32
3.47
1.98
3.37
1.98
3.37
1.50
3.30
0.39
0.61
1.11
2.69
2.00
3.20
0.35
0.55
1.65
2.65
2.20
3.20
0.33
0.51
1.87
2.69
2.14
2.98
2.14
2.98
1.91
2.97
1.91
2.97
Note: 1. The EUT has seven set of antenna, and each set contains eight antennas.
2. Antennas above are the same type. Besides, only set 1 antenna was selected to perform the test
and written in this report due to the highest gain.
For IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac mode:
For 2.4GHz and 5GHz (3TX/3RX) function:
Chain 1, Chain 2 and Chain 3 can be used as transmitting/receiving antenna.
Chain 1, Chain 2 and Chain 3 could transmit/receive simultaneously.
For 2.4GHz and 5GHz (4TX/4RX) function:
Chain 1, Chain 2, Chain 3 and Chain 4 can be used as transmitting/receiving antenna.
Chain 1, Chain 2, Chain 3 and Chain 4 could transmit/receive simultaneously.
3. The EUT has two versions theirs measure information as below:
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Version 1:
Version 1:
5GHz Band 1: Chain 2
5GHz Band 1: Chain 3
Version 2:
Version 2:
5GHz Band4: Chain 3
5GHz Band4: Chain 2
Version 1:
5GHz Band 1: Chain 1
Version 1:
Version 2:
5GHz Band 1: Chain 4
5GHz Band4: Chain 4
Version 2:
5GHz Band4: Chain 1
Version 1:
2.4GHz Band and 5GHz Band 4: Chain 4
Version 1:
Version 2:
2.4GHz Band and 5GHz Band 4: Chain 1
2.4GHz Band: Chain 1
Version 2:
5GHz Band 1: Chain 4
2.4GHz Band: Chain 4
5GHz Band 1: Chain 1
Version 1:
Version 1:
2.4GHz Band and 5GHz Band 4: Chain 3
2.4GHz Band and 5GHz Band 4: Chain 2
Version 2:
Version 2:
2.4GHz Band: Chain 2
2.4GHz Band: Chain 3
5GHz Band 1: Chain 3
5GHz Band 1: Chain 2
3.4. Table for Carrier Frequencies
There are three bandwidth systems.
For 20MHz bandwidth systems, use Channel 36, 40, 44, 48
For 40MHz bandwidth systems, use Channel 38, 46
For 80MHz bandwidth systems, use Channel 42
Frequency Band
Channel No.
Frequency
Channel No.
Frequency
36
5180 MHz
44
5220 MHz
5150~5250 MHz
38
5190 MHz
46
5230 MHz
Band 1
40
5200 MHz
48
5240 MHz
42
5210 MHz
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3.5. Table for Test Modes
Preliminary tests were performed in different data rate to find the worst radiated emission. The data rate
shown in the table below is the worst-case rate with respect to the specific test item. The following table is a
list of the test modes shown in this test report.
Test Items
Mode
Data Rate
AC Power Conducted Emission
Normal Link
Max. Conducted Output Power
For Non-beamforming function
Channel
Chain
11a/BPSK
Band 1
6Mbps
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
36
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
38
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
42
1+2+3+4
For Beamforming function
Power Spectral Density
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
For Non-beamforming function
11a/BPSK
Band 1
6Mbps
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
36
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
38
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
42
1+2+3+4
For Beamforming function
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
26dB Spectrum Bandwidth &
For Non-beamforming function
99% Occupied Bandwidth
11a/BPSK
Band 1
6Mbps
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
Measurement
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
36
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
38
1+2+3+4
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Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
42
1+2+3+4
For Beamforming function
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
Radiated Emission Below 1GHz
Normal Link
Radiated Emission Above 1GHz
For Non-beamforming function
11a/BPSK
Band 1
6Mbps
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
36
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
38
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
42
1+2+3+4
For Beamforming function
Band Edge Emission
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
For Non-beamforming function
11a/BPSK
Band 1
6Mbps
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
36
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
38
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss4
42
1+2+3+4
For Beamforming function
Frequency Stability
11ac VHT20
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
36/40/48
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT40
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
38/46
1+2+3+4
11ac VHT80
Band 1
MCS0/Nss1
42
1+2+3+4
20 MHz
Band 1
40
40 MHz
Band 1
38
80 MHz
Band 1
42
Note: 1. There are two functions of EUT, one is beamforming function, and the other is non-beamforming
function for 802.11n and 802.11ac. All test results were recorded in the report.
2. VHT20/VHT40 covers HT20/HT40, due to same modulation. The power setting for 802.11n HT20 and
HT40 are the same or lower than 802.11ac VHT20 and VHT40.
3. The EUT is used for laying only.
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The following test modes were performed for all tests:
For Conducted Emission test:
There are three level 6 Adapters (Adapter 4~6) of original report, after evaluating, Adapter 4 has been
evaluated to be the worst case, thus measurement will follow this same test configuration.
Mode 1. EUT 4 (Version 2 - Rev 1.311) + Adapter 4 + SKU A
Mode 2. EUT 5 (Version 2 - Rev 1.411) + Adapter 4 + SKU A
Mode 2 is the worst case, so it was selected to record in this test report.
For Radiated Emission test below 1GHz:
There are three level 6 Adapters (Adapter 4~6) of original report, after evaluating, Adapter 6 has been
evaluated to be the worst case, thus measurement will follow this same test configuration.
Mode 1. EUT 3 (Version 2 - Rev 1.33) + Adapter 6 + SKU B
Mode 2. EUT 4 (Version 2 - Rev 1.311) + Adapter 6 + SKU A
Mode 3. EUT 5 (Version 2 - Rev 1.411) + Adapter 6 + SKU A
Mode 2 is the worst case, so it was selected to record in this test report.
For Radiated Emission test above 1GHz:
Mode 1. CTX Mode
For Co-location MPE and Radiated Emission Co-location Test:
The EUT could be applied with 2.4GHz WLAN function and 5GHz WLAN function; therefore Co-location
Maximum Permissible Exposure (Please refer to FA532637-11) is added for simultaneously transmit between
2.4GHz WLAN function and 5GHz WLAN function.
3.6. Table for Testing Locations
Test Site Location
Address:
No.8, Lane 724, Bo-ai St., Jhubei City, Hsinchu County 302, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL:
886-3-656-9065
FAX:
886-3-656-9085
Test Site No.
Site Category
Location
FCC
Designation No.
IC File No.
VCCI Reg. No
03CH01-CB
SAC
Hsin Chu
TW0006
IC 4086D
CO01-CB
Conduction
Hsin Chu
TW0006
IC 4086D
TH01-CB
OVEN Room
Hsin Chu
Open Area Test Site (OATS); Semi Anechoic Chamber (SAC).
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3.7. Table for Multiple Listing and Class II Change
The model numbers in the following table are all refer to the identical product.
Model No.
Description
RT-AC5300
RT-AC5300R
RT-AC5300W
RT-AC5300P
The models are identical except for the model numbers as marketing strategy.
RT-AC95U
RT-AC96U
GT-AC5300
ROG Rapture
GT-AC5300
Note: Model: RT-AC5300 was selected as representative model for the test and its data was recorded in
this report.
The EUT has five types, which are identical to each other in all aspects except for the following table:
EUT
EUT 1
LAN
Port
EUT Version
Transformer
Version 1, 2
(Rev 1.30)
SKU A
Resistance
Thickness of
Pad
(Size)
Heat sink (mm)
(mm)
0402/0201
4.2mm/2mm
1mm/5mm
Fan
Version 1,2
SKU A
1mm/5mm
V/X
0402/0201
4.2mm/2mm
(Rev 1.30)
Version 2
EUT 2
(Rev 1.30,
SKU A ~ SKU C 0402/0201
1mm/5mm
V/X
4.2mm/2mm
Rev 1.31)
Version 2
SKU B
5mm
EUT 3
0402/0201
2mm
(Rev 1.33)
Version 2
SKU A
5mm
EUT 4
0402/0201
2mm
(Rev 1.311)
Version 2
SKU A
5mm
EUT 5
0402/0201
2mm
(Rev1.411)
Note 1: All the specification of test configurations and test modes were based on customer's request.
Note 2: V : With X :Without
The transformer information as below:
Transformer
Brand
LAN
LAN
WAN
SKU A
Mingtek
HN8011VG
HN8011VG
HN18101CG
SKU B
Mingtek
HN8014VG
HN8015VG
HN18101CG
SKU C
FCE
NS777207
NS777208
NS771802
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The Version information as below:
Version
Rev 1.31
Rev 1.33
Rev 1.311
Rev 1.411
Mainchip
BCM4366
BCM4366
BCM4366
BCM4366
TX
PA SE2623L
PA SE2623L
PA SE2623L
PA SE2623L
2G
RX
RF
5G Low/ Mainchip
RX FEM
SKY85201
RX FEM
SKY85201
RX FEM
SKY85201
Discrete RX
BFP842 +
RTC6619
BCM4366
BCM4366
BCM4366
BCM4366
High
TX
PA RFPA5542
PA RFPA5542
PA RFPA5542
PA RFPA5542
Band
RX
RX FEM SKY85605
RX FEM SKY85605
RX FEM SKY85614
RX FEM SKY85614
CPU
BCM4709C0
BCM4709C0
BCM4908
BCM4908
DDR
512MBx1
512MBx1
512MBx2
512MBx1
BCM53134S
BCM53134S
128MB
256MB
256MB
none
none
none
RT8290A
RT8290A+RT6220
+RT6217E
RT8290A+RT6220
+RT6217E
2.0x1/3.0x1
3.0x2
3.0x2
Gigabit switch
LAN port
BB Flash
EMI Filter for low
voltage
Power IC
USB
RTL8365MB
RTL8365MB
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
(Reserved extra 4) (Reserved extra 4)
128MB
MURATA/
NFM18PS105R0J3
FR9618+
IT76630M
2.0x1/3.0x1
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This product is an extension of original one reported under Sporton project number: FR532637-04AB
Below is the table for the change of the product with respect to the original one.
Modifications
Performance Checking
1. Adding equipment names: ROG Rapture
Tri-band Gaming Router and Extreme
Gaming Router.
1. It is not necessary to perform for all tests.
2. Adding model names: GT-AC5300 and ROG
Rapture GT-AC5300.
3. Adding two sets of antennas with lower gain.
(P/N: C660-510391-A& C660-510392-A)
2. After evaluating, it is not necessary to verify.
3. AC Power Line Conducted Emissions for versions Rev
4. Adding three versions of the device: Rev
1.33&Rev 1.311&Rev 1.411
1.311&Rev 1.411
4. Radiated Emissions below 1GHz for versions Rev
1.33 & Rev 1.311 & Rev 1.411.
5. 26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth
6. Maximum Conducted Output Power
5. Consider the component with precision and 7. Power Spectral Density
make sure each device in mass production
8. Radiated Emissions above 1GHz
to comply with regulation rule.
9. Band Edge and Fundamental Emissions
Test it by mass product, not golden sample
10. Frequency Stability
for version 2 4TX4RX.
11. Maximum Permissible Exposure
After evaluating, these test items should be tested and
recorded in this report for 5G Band 1 only.
3.8. Table for Supporting Units
For Test Site No: 03CH01-CB
For Radiated Emissions below 1GHz
Support Unit
Brand
Model
FCC ID
NB*6
DELL
E4300
DoC
Flash disk*2
Silicon Power
I-Series
DoC
For Radiated Emissions above 1GHz
For Non-beamforming function
Support Unit
Brand
Model
FCC ID
NB
DELL
E4300
DoC
Support Unit
Brand
Model
FCC ID
NB*2
DELL
E4300
DoC
ASUS
RT-AC88U
MSQ-RTGW00
For Beamforming function
Wireless ac AP
(Device)
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Support Unit
Brand
Model
FCC ID
NB
DELL
E4300
DoC
Support Unit
Brand
Model
FCC ID
NB*6
DELL
E6430
DoC
Flash disk3.0*2
Transcend
JetFlash-700
DoC
For Test Site No: CO01-CB
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3.9. Table for Parameters of Test Software Setting
During testing, Channel and Power Controlling Software provided by the customer was used to control the
operating channel as well as the output power level. The RF output power selection is for the setting of RF
output power expected by the customer and is going to be fixed on the firmware of the final end product.
For Non-beamforming function:
Test Software Version
MTool_2.0.2.7
Test Frequency (MHz)
Mode
NCB: 20MHz
5180 MHz
5200 MHz
5240 MHz
802.11a
85
86
88
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20
81
88
89
802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT20
84
Mode
NCB: 40MHz
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
5190 MHz
5230 MHz
72
94
77
802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT40
Mode
NCB: 80MHz
5210 MHz
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80
69
802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT80
76
For Beamforming function:
Test Software Version
MTool_2.0.2.7
Test Frequency (MHz)
Mode
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20
NCB: 20MHz
5180 MHz
5200 MHz
5240 MHz
83
85
85
Mode
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
Mode
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80
NCB: 40MHz
5190 MHz
5230 MHz
68
86
NCB: 80MHz
5210 MHz
77
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3.10. EUT Operation during Test
For Non-beamforming function:
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
For Beamforming function:
For Conducted Mode:
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
For Radiated Mode:
During the test, the following programs under WIN XP were executed.
The program was executed as follows:
1. During the test, the EUT operation to normal function.
2. Executed command fixed test channel under DOS.
3. Executed "Lantest.exe " to link with the remote workstation to receive and transmit packet by Wireless ac
AP and transmit duty cycle no less 98%
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3.11. Duty Cycle
For Non-beamforming function:
Mode
On Time
On+Off Time Duty Cycle Duty Factor 1/T Minimum VBW
(ms)
(ms)
(%)
(dB)
(kHz)
802.11a
2.080
2.090
99.52
0.02
0.01
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20
1.940
1.950
99.49
0.02
0.01
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
0.964
0.984
97.97
0.09
1.04
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80
0.462
0.488
94.67
0.24
2.16
802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT20
0.522
0.549
95.08
0.22
1.92
802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT40
0.282
0.308
91.56
0.38
3.55
802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT80
0.162
0.188
86.17
0.65
6.17
For Beamforming function:
Mode
On Time
On+Off Time Duty Cycle Duty Factor 1/T Minimum VBW
(ms)
(ms)
(%)
(dB)
(kHz)
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20
3.840
4.140
92.75
0.33
0.26
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
3.672
3.984
92.17
0.35
0.27
802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80
3.384
3.720
90.97
0.41
0.30
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3.12. Test Configurations
3.12.1. AC Power Line Conduction Emissions Test Configuration
Item
Connection
Shielded
Length
Power cable
No
2.3m
RJ-45 cable*6
No
1m
RJ-45 cable
No
10m
RJ-45 cable
Yes
1.5m
USB cable
Yes
1.5m
USB cable
Yes
1.5m
RJ-45 cable
Yes
10m
RJ-45 cable
No
10m
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3.12.2. Radiation Emissions Test Configuration
Test Configuration: 30MHz~1GHz
Item
Connection
Shielded
Length
RJ-45 cable
No
10m
Power cable
No
2.3m
RJ-45 cable
No
10m
RJ-45 cable*6
No
1.5m
RJ-45 cable
No
1.5m
RJ-45 cable
No
10m
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Test Configuration: above 1GHz
For Non-beamforming function:
Item
Connection
Shielded
Length
Power cable
No
2.3m
RJ-45 cable
No
10m
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For Beamforming function:
Item
Connection
Shielded
Length
Power cable
No
2.3m
RJ-45 cable
No
10m
RJ-45 cable
No
5m
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4. TEST RESULT
4.1. AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Measurement
4.1.1. Limit
For this product that is designed to connect to the AC power line, the radio frequency voltage that is
conducted back onto the AC power line on any frequency or frequencies within the band 150 kHz to 30
MHz shall not exceed below limits table.
Frequency (MHz)
QP Limit (dBuV)
AV Limit (dBuV)
0.15~0.5
66~56
56~46
0.5~5
56
46
5~30
60
50
4.1.2. Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of the receiver.
Receiver Parameters
Setting
Attenuation
10 dB
Start Frequency
0.15 MHz
Stop Frequency
30 MHz
IF Bandwidth
9 kHz
4.1.3. Test Procedures
1.
Configure the EUT according to ANSI C63.10. The EUT or host of EUT has to be placed 0.4 meter far
from the conducting wall of the shielding room and at least 80 centimeters from any other
grounded conducting surface.
2.
Connect EUT or host of EUT to the power mains through a line impedance stabilization network (LISN).
3.
All the support units are connected to the other LISNs. The LISN should provide 50uH/50ohms
coupling impedance.
4.
The frequency range from 150 kHz to 30 MHz was searched.
5.
Set the test-receiver system to Peak Detect Function and Specified Bandwidth with Maximum Hold
Mode.
6.
The measurement has to be done between each power line and ground at the power terminal.
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4.1.4. Test Setup Layout
LEGEND:
(1) Interconnecting cables that hang closer than 40 cm to the ground plane shall be folded back and
forth in the center forming a bundle 30 to 40 cm long.
(2) I/O cables that are not connected to a peripheral shall be bundled in the center. The end of the
cable may be terminated, if required, using the correct terminating impedance. The overall length shall
not exceed 1 m.
(3) EUT connected to one LISN. Unused LISN measuring port connectors shall be terminated in 50 Ω. LISN
can be placed on top of, or immediately beneath, reference ground plane.
(3.1) All other equipment powered from additional LISN(s).
(3.2) Multiple outlet strip can be used for multiple power cords of non-EUT equipment.
(3.3) LISN at least 80 cm from nearest part of EUT chassis.
(4) Cables of hand-operated devices, such as keyboards, mice, etc., shall be placed as for normal use.
(5) Non-EUT components of EUT system being tested.
(6) Rear of EUT, including peripherals, shall all be aligned and flush with rear of tabletop.
(7) Rear of tabletop shall be 40 cm removed from a vertical conducting plane that is bonded to the
ground plane.
4.1.5. Test Deviation
There is no deviation with the original standard.
4.1.6. EUT Operation during Test
The EUT was placed on the test table and programmed in normal function.
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4.1.7. Results of AC Power Line Conducted Emissions Measurement
Temperature
23℃
Humidity
55%
Test Engineer
Deven Huang
Phase
Line
Configuration
Normal Link
Test Mode
Mode 2
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Temperature
23℃
Humidity
55%
Test Engineer
Deven Huang
Phase
Neutral
Configuration
Normal Link
Test Mode
Mode 2
Note:
Level = Read Level + LISN Factor + Cable Loss.
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4.2. 26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Measurement
4.2.1. Limit
No restriction limits.
4.2.2. Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of the spectrum
analyzer.
26dB Bandwidth
Spectrum Parameters
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Span Frequency
> 26dB Bandwidth
RBW
Approximately 1% of the emission bandwidth
VBW
VBW > RBW
Detector
Peak
Trace
Max Hold
Sweep Time
Auto
99% Occupied Bandwidth
Spectrum Parameters
Setting
Span
1.5 times to 5.0 times the OBW
RBW
1 % to 5 % of the OBW
VBW
3 x RBW
Detector
Peak
Trace
Max Hold
4.2.3. Test Procedures
For Radiated 26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Measurement:
1.
The transmitter was radiated to the spectrum analyzer in peak hold mode.
2.
Measure the maximum width of the emission that is 26 dB down from the peak of the emission.
Compare this with the RBW setting of the analyzer. Readjust RBW and repeat measurement as
needed until the RBW/EBW ratio is approximately 1%.
4.2.4. Test Setup Layout
For Radiated 26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Measurement:
This test setup layout is the same as that shown in section 4.5.4.
4.2.5. Test Deviation
There is no deviation with the original standard.
4.2.6. EUT Operation during Test
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
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4.2.7. Test Result of 26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth
Temperature
23℃
Test Engineer
Wen Chao
Humidity
45%
For Non-beamforming function:
Frequency
26dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
99% Occupied Bandwidth
(MHz)
5180 MHz
20.87
16.76
5200 MHz
21.04
16.85
5240 MHz
21.13
16.76
5180 MHz
21.22
17.89
5200 MHz
20.96
17.80
5240 MHz
21.30
17.89
802.11ac
5190 MHz
40.00
36.32
MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
5230 MHz
40.44
36.47
5210 MHz
81.16
75.54
5180 MHz
21.39
18.06
5190 MHz
40.58
36.76
5210 MHz
81.74
76.12
Frequency
26dB Bandwidth
(MHz)
99% Occupied Bandwidth
(MHz)
5180 MHz
21.22
18.06
5200 MHz
21.65
18.06
5240 MHz
21.48
18.06
802.11ac
5190 MHz
40.87
36.76
MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
5230 MHz
40.58
36.76
5210 MHz
81.45
76.12
Mode
802.11a
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1 VHT20
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1 VHT80
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4 VHT20
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4 VHT40
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4 VHT80
For Beamforming function:
Mode
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1 VHT20
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1 VHT80
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For Non-beamforming function:
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+ Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5180 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11a / Chain 1 + Chain 2
+ Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5200 MHz
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+ Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5240 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5180 MHz
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Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5200 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5240 MHz
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Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5190 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5230 MHz
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Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5210 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT20 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5180 MHz
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Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5190 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT80 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5210 MHz
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Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5180 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5200 MHz
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Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5240 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5190 MHz
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Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5230 MHz
26dB Bandwidth and 99% Occupied Bandwidth Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5210 MHz
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4.3. Maximum Conducted Output Power Measurement
4.3.1. Limit
Frequency Band
5.15~5.25 GHz
Operating Mode
Outdoor access point
Indoor access point
Fixed point-to-point access points
Client devices
Limit
The maximum conducted output power over the
frequency band of operation shall not exceed 1 W
(30dBm) provided the maximum antenna gain does not
exceed 6 dBi. If transmitting antennas of directional
gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum
conducted output power and the maximum power
spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB
that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
The maximum e.i.r.p. at any elevation angle above 30
degrees as measured from the horizon must not exceed
125 mW (21 dBm).
The maximum conducted output power over the
frequency band of operation shall not exceed 1 W
(30dBm) provided the maximum antenna gain does not
exceed 6 dBi. If transmitting antennas of directional
gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum
conducted output power and the maximum power
spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB
that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
The maximum conducted output power over the
frequency band of operation shall not exceed 1 W
(30dBm). Fixed point-to-point U-NII devices may employ
antennas with directional gain up to 23 dBi without any
corresponding reduction in the maximum conducted
output power or maximum power spectral density. For
fixed point-to-point transmitters that employ a directional
antenna gain greater than 23 dBi, a 1 dB reduction in
maximum conducted output power and maximum
power spectral density is required for each 1 dB of
antenna gain in excess of 23 dBi.
The maximum conducted output power over the
frequency band of operation shall not exceed 250 mW
(24dBm) provided the maximum antenna gain does not
exceed 6 dBi. If transmitting antennas of directional
gain greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum
conducted output power and the maximum power
spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB
that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
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5.725~5.85 GHz
The maximum conducted output power over the
frequency band of operation shall not exceed 1 W
(30dBm). If transmitting antennas of directional gain
greater than 6 dBi are used, both the maximum
conducted output power and the maximum power
spectral density shall be reduced by the amount in dB
that the directional gain of the antenna exceeds 6 dBi.
However, fixed point-to-point U-NII devices operating in
this band may employ transmitting antennas with
directional gain greater than 6 dBi without any
corresponding reduction in transmitter conducted
power.
4.3.2. Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of the power
meter.
Power Meter Parameter
Setting
Detector
AVERAGE
4.3.3. Test Procedures
1.
The transmitter output (antenna port) was connected to the power meter.
2.
Test was performed in accordance with KDB789033 D02 v01r03 for Compliance Testing of
Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (U-NII) Devices - section (E) Maximum conducted
output power =>3. Measurement using a Power Meter (PM) =>b) Method PM-G (Measurement
using a gated RF average power meter).
3.
Multiple antenna systems was performed in accordance with KDB662911 D01 v02r01 Emissions
Testing of Transmitters with Multiple Outputs in the Same Band.
4.
When measuring maximum conducted output power with multiple antenna systems, add every
result of the values by mathematic formula.
4.3.4. Test Setup Layout
4.3.5. Test Deviation
There is no deviation with the original standard.
4.3.6. EUT Operation during Test
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
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4.3.7. Test Result of Maximum Conducted Output Power
Temperature
23℃
Humidity
45%
Test Engineer
Wen Chao
Test Date
Apr. 08, 2016~Apr. 09, 2016
For Non-beamforming function:
Mode
Frequency
Conducted Power (dBm)
Chain 1 Chain 2 Chain 3 Chain 4
Max. Limit
Total
(dBm)
Result
5180 MHz
19.85
20.19
19.86
19.98
25.99
30.00
Complies
5200 MHz
20.93
20.72
20.63
20.35
26.68
30.00
Complies
5240 MHz
20.89
20.63
20.57
20.86
26.76
30.00
Complies
802.11ac
5180 MHz
19.45
19.51
19.24
19.21
25.38
30.00
Complies
MCS0/Nss1
5200 MHz
21.09
20.76
20.73
20.41
26.77
30.00
Complies
VHT20
5240 MHz
21.11
20.82
20.53
21.06
26.91
30.00
Complies
802.11ac
5190 MHz
16.79
16.82
16.68
16.42
22.70
30.00
Complies
5230 MHz
22.56
22.13
21.85
22.24
28.22
30.00
Complies
5210 MHz
16.26
16.06
16.41
16.39
22.30
30.00
Complies
5180 MHz
19.92
20.15
19.95
20.09
26.05
30.00
Complies
5190 MHz
18.49
18.43
18.37
18.47
24.46
30.00
Complies
5210 MHz
17.45
17.62
17.60
17.69
23.61
30.00
Complies
802.11a
MCS0/Nss1
VHT40
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1
VHT80
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4
VHT20
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4
VHT40
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4
VHT80
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For Beamforming function:
Conducted Power (dBm)
Mode
Frequency
802.11ac
5180 MHz
19.43
20.11
19.84
MCS0/Nss1
5200 MHz
20.22
20.47
VHT20
5240 MHz
20.19
802.11ac
5190 MHz
Max. Limit
Result
Total
(dBm)
19.82
25.83
26.51
Complies
20.52
20.55
26.46
26.51
Complies
20.52
20.07
20.81
26.43
26.51
Complies
16.89
16.31
16.63
16.82
22.69
26.51
Complies
5230 MHz
20.29
20.37
20.31
20.47
26.38
26.51
Complies
5210 MHz
18.12
18.79
18.12
18.58
24.43
26.51
Complies
Chain 1 Chain 2 Chain 3 Chain 4
MCS0/Nss1
VHT40
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1
VHT80

 Nss N ANT g
Note: Directional Gain  10 log   j 1 K 1 j ,k

N ANT

  =9.49dBi >6dBi, so limit=30 – (9.49 – 6)=26.51dBm.
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4.4.
Power Spectral Density Measurement
4.4.1. Limit
The following table is power spectral density limits and decrease power density limit rule refer to section
4.3.1.
Frequency Band
Limit
5.15~5.25 GHz
Operating Mode
Outdoor access point
17 dBm/MHz
Indoor access point
17 dBm/MHz
Fixed point-to-point access points
17 dBm/MHz
Client devices
11 dBm/MHz
5.725~5.85 GHz
30 dBm/500kHz
4.4.2. Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of the spectrum
analyzer.
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Span Frequency
Encompass the entire emissions bandwidth (EBW) of the signal
RBW
1000 kHz
VBW
3000 kHz
Detector
RMS
Trace
AVERAGE
Sweep Time
Auto
Trace Average
100 times
Note: If measurement bandwidth of Maximum PSD is specified in 500 kHz, add 10log(500kHz/RBW) to
the measured result, whereas RBW (< 500 kHz) is the reduced resolution bandwidth of the
spectrum analyzer set during measurement.
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4.4.3. Test Procedures
1.
The transmitter output (antenna port) was connected RF switch to the spectrum analyzer.
2.
Test was performed in accordance with KDB789033 D02 v01r03 for Compliance Testing of
Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (U-NII) Devices - section (F) Maximum Power Spectral
Density (PSD).
3.
Multiple antenna systems was performed in accordance KDB662911 D01 v02r01 in-Band Power
Spectral Density (PSD) Measurements and sum the spectra across the outputs.
4.
For 5.725~5.85 GHz, the measured result of PSD level must add 10log(500kHz/RBW) and the final
result should
30 dBm.
4.4.4. Test Setup Layout
4.4.5. Test Deviation
There is no deviation with the original standard.
4.4.6. EUT Operation during Test
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
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4.4.7. Test Result of Power Spectral Density
Temperature
23℃
Test Engineer
Wen Chao
Humidity
45%
For Non-beamforming function:
Power Density
Max. Limit
(dBm/MHz)
(dBm/MHz)
5180 MHz
12.60
13.51
Complies
5200 MHz
13.26
13.51
Complies
5240 MHz
13.44
13.51
Complies
5180 MHz
12.00
13.51
Complies
5200 MHz
13.30
13.51
Complies
5240 MHz
13.44
13.51
Complies
802.11ac
5190 MHz
6.67
13.51
Complies
MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
5230 MHz
11.98
13.51
Complies
5210 MHz
3.25
13.51
Complies
5180 MHz
12.60
17.00
Complies
5190 MHz
8.42
17.00
Complies
5210 MHz
4.54
17.00
Complies
Mode
802.11a
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1 VHT20
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1 VHT80
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4 VHT20
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4 VHT40
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss4 VHT80
Frequency
Result
Note: 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20/40/80:

 Nss N ANT g
  j ,k
Directional Gain  10 log  j 1 K 1

N ANT

  =9.49dBi >6dBi, so limit=17– (9.49 – 6)=13.51dBm/MHz.
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For Beamforming function:
Power Density
Max. Limit
(dBm/MHz)
(dBm/MHz)
5180 MHz
12.69
13.51
Complies
5200 MHz
13.16
13.51
Complies
5240 MHz
13.03
13.51
Complies
802.11ac
5190 MHz
6.28
13.51
Complies
MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
5230 MHz
10.38
13.51
Complies
5210 MHz
5.38
13.51
Complies
Mode
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1 VHT20
802.11ac
MCS0/Nss1 VHT80
Frequency

 Nss N ANT g
Note: Directional Gain  10 log   j 1 K 1 j ,k

N ANT

Result
  =9.49dBi >6dBi, so limit=17– (9.49 – 6)=13.51dBm/MHz.


Note: All the test values were listed in the report.
For plots, only the channel with worse result was shown.
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For Non-beamforming function:
Power Density Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11a / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4 / 5240 MHz
Power Density Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 +
Chain 4 / 5240 MHz
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Power Density Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 +
Chain 4 / 5230 MHz
Power Density Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 +
Chain 4 / 5210 MHz
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Power Density Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT20 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 +
Chain 4 / 5180 MHz
Power Density Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT40 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 +
Chain 4 / 5190 MHz
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Power Density Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 +
Chain 4 / 5200 MHz
Power Density Plot on Configuration IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 +
Chain 4 / 5230 MHz
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4.5. Radiated Emissions Measurement
4.5.1. Limit
For transmitters operating in the 5.15-5.25 GHz band: all emissions outside of the 5.15-5.35 GHz band
shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of −27 dBm/MHz.
In addition, In case the emission fall within the restricted band specified on 15.205(a), then the
15.209(a) limit in the table below has to be followed.
Frequencies
Field Strength
Measurement Distance
(MHz)
(micorvolts/meter)
(meters)
0.009~0.490
2400/F(kHz)
300
0.490~1.705
24000/F(kHz)
30
1.705~30.0
30
30
30~88
100
88~216
150
216~960
200
Above 960
500
4.5.2. Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of spectrum
analyzer and receiver.
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Start Frequency
1000 MHz
Stop Frequency
40 GHz
RBW / VBW (Emission in restricted band)
1MHz / 3MHz for Peak,
1MHz / 1/T for Average
RBW / VBW (Emission in non-restricted band)
1MHz / 3MHz for peak
Receiver Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Start ~ Stop Frequency
9kHz~150kHz / RBW 200Hz for QP
Start ~ Stop Frequency
150kHz~30MHz / RBW 9kHz for QP
Start ~ Stop Frequency
30MHz~1000MHz / RBW 120kHz for QP
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4.5.3. Test Procedures
1.
Configure the EUT according to ANSI C63.10. The EUT was placed on the top of the turntable 1.5
meter above ground. The phase center of the receiving antenna mounted on the top of a
height-variable antenna tower was placed 1m & 3m far away from the turntable.
2.
Power on the EUT and all the supporting units. The turntable was rotated by 360 degrees to
determine the position of the highest radiation.
3.
The height of the broadband receiving antenna was varied between one meter and four meters
above ground to find the maximum emissions field strength of both horizontal and vertical
polarization.
4.
For each suspected emissions, the antenna tower was scan (from 1 M to 4 M) and then the turntable
was rotated (from 0 degree to 360 degrees) to find the maximum reading.
5.
Set the test-receiver system to Peak or CISPR quasi-peak Detect Function with specified bandwidth
under Maximum Hold Mode.
6.
For emissions above 1GHz, use 1MHz VBW and 3MHz RBW for peak reading. Then 1MHz RBW and 1/T
VBW for average reading in spectrum analyzer.
7.
If the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was 3 dB lower than the average limit specified, then
testing will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions which do
not have 3 dB margin will be repeated one by one using the quasi-peak method for below 1GHz.
8.
For testing above 1GHz, the emissions level of the EUT in peak mode was lower than average limit
(that means the emissions level in peak mode also complies with the limit in average mode), then
testing will be stopped and peak values of EUT will be reported, otherwise, the emissions will be
measured in average mode again and reported.
9.
In case the emission is lower than 30MHz, loop antenna has to be used for measurement and the
recorded data should be QP measured by receiver. High – Low scan is not required in this case.
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4.5.4. Test Setup Layout
For Radiated Emissions: 9kHz ~30MHz
For Radiated Emissions: 30MHz~1GHz
For Radiated Emissions: Above 1GHz
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4.5.5. Test Deviation
There is no deviation with the original standard.
4.5.6. EUT Operation during Test
For Non-beamforming mode:
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
For beamforming mode:
The EUT was programmed to be in beamforming transmitting mode.
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4.5.7. Results of Radiated Emissions (9kHz~30MHz)
Temperature
22℃
Humidity
54%
Test Engineer
Steven Liang & Welson Chen
Configurations
Normal Link
Test Date
Jan. 24, 2017
Test Mode
Mode 2
Freq.
(MHz)
Level
(dBuV)
Over Limit
(dB)
Limit Line
(dBuV)
Remark
See Note
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that are attenuated by more than 20dB below the permissible value
has no need to be reported.
Distance extrapolation factor = 40 log (specific distance / test distance) (dB);
Limit line = specific limits (dBuV) + distance extrapolation factor.
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4.5.8. Results of Radiated Emissions (30MHz~1GHz)
Temperature
22℃
Humidity
54%
Test Engineer
Steven Liang & Welson Chen
Configurations
Normal Link
Test Mode
Mode 2
Horizontal
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Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions which are attenuated by more than 20 dB below the permissible
value has no need to be reported.
Emission level (dBuV/m) = 20 log Emission level (uV/m).
Corrected Reading: Antenna Factor + Cable Loss + Read Level - Preamp Factor = Level.
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4.5.9. Results for Radiated Emissions (1GHz~40GHz)
For Non-beamforming function:
Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11a CH 36 / Chain 1 + Chain 2
+ Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11a CH 40 / Chain 1 + Chain
2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11a CH 48 / Chain 1 + Chain 2
+ Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 CH 36 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 CH 40 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 CH 48 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 CH 38 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 CH 46 /
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 22, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80 CH 42 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 23, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT20 CH 36 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 23, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT40 CH 38 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 23, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT80 CH 42 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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For Beamforming function:
Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 25, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 CH 36 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 25, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 CH 40 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 25, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 CH 48 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 25, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 CH 38 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 CH 46 /
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain
Test Date
Feb. 25, 2016
Horizontal
Vertical
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Test Date
Feb. 25, 2016
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80 CH 42 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Horizontal
Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that are attenuated by more than 20dB below the permissible value
has no need to be reported.
Emission level (dBuV/m) = 20 log Emission level (uV/m).
Corrected Reading: Antenna Factor + Cable Loss + Read Level - Preamp Factor = Level.
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4.6. Band Edge Emissions Measurement
4.6.1. Limit
For transmitters operating in the 5.15-5.25 GHz band: all emissions outside of the 5.15-5.35 GHz band
shall not exceed an e.i.r.p. of −27 dBm/MHz.
For transmitters operating in the 5.725-5.85 GHz band: Follow 15.407(b)(4)(ii), the emission limits in §
15.247(d), 30dBc in any 100 kHz bandwidth outside the operating frequency band.
In addition, In case the emission fall within the restricted band specified on 15.205(a), then the 15.209(a)
limit in the table below has to be followed.
Frequencies
Field Strength
Measurement Distance
(MHz)
(micorvolts/meter)
(meters)
0.009~0.490
2400/F(kHz)
300
0.490~1.705
24000/F(kHz)
30
1.705~30.0
30
30
30~88
100
88~216
150
216~960
200
Above 960
500
4.6.2. Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of the spectrum
analyzer.
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Span Frequency
100 MHz
RBW / VBW (Emission in restricted band)
1MHz / 3MHz for Peak,
1MHz / 1/T for Average
RBW / VBW (Emission in non-restricted band)
1MHz / 3MHz for Peak
RBW / VBW (30dBc in any 100 kHz bandwidth emission)
100 kHz / 300 kHz for Peak
4.6.3. Test Procedures
For Radiated band edges Measurement:
The test procedure is the same as section 4.5.3.
For Radiated Emissions in non-restricted frequency bands Measurement:
Test was performed in accordance with Clause 11.11 of ANSI C63.10-2013 and/or in Section 11.0 of KDB
Publication 558074.
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4.6.4. Test Setup Layout
For Radiated band edges Measurement:
This test setup layout is the same as that shown in section 4.5.4.
For Radiated Emissions in non-restricted frequency bands Measurement:
This test setup layout is the same as that shown in section 4.5.4.
4.6.5. Test Deviation
There is no deviation with the original standard.
4.6.6. EUT Operation during Test
For Non-beamforming mode:
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
For beamforming mode:
The EUT was programmed to be in beamforming transmitting mode.
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4.6.7. Test Result of Band Edge and Fundamental Emissions
For Non-beamforming function:
Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
57%
IEEE 802.11a CH 36, 40, 48 /
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 +
Chain 4
Channel 36
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5180 MHz.
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Channel 40
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5200 MHz.
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Channel 48
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5240 MHz.
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 CH 36, 40,
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
48 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain
Channel 36
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5180 MHz.
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Channel 40
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5200 MHz.
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Channel 48
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5240 MHz.
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
CH 38, 46 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3
+ Chain 4
Channel 38
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5190 MHz.
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Channel 46
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5230 MHz.
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80 CH 42 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Channel 42
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5210 MHz.
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT20 CH 36
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Channel 36
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5180 MHz.
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT40 CH 38 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Channel 38
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5190 MHz.
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss4 VHT80 CH 42 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Channel 42
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5210 MHz.
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For Beamforming function:
Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT20 CH 36, 40,
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
48 / Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain
Channel 36
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5180 MHz.
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Channel 40
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5200 MHz.
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Channel 48
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5240 MHz.
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Temperature
22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT40 CH 38, 46
/ Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Channel 38
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5190 MHz.
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Channel 46
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5230 MHz.
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22.9℃
Humidity
Test Engineer
Charlie Cheng
Configurations
57%
IEEE 802.11ac MCS0/Nss1 VHT80 CH 42 /
Chain 1 + Chain 2 + Chain 3 + Chain 4
Channel 42
Item 3, 4 are the fundamental frequency at 5210 MHz.
Note:
Emission level (dBuV/m) = 20 log Emission level (uV/m)
Corrected Reading: Antenna Factor + Cable Loss + Read Level - Preamp Factor = Level
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4.7. Frequency Stability Measurement
4.7.1. Limit
In-band emission is maintained within the band of operation under all conditions of normal operation as
specified in the user’s manual.
The transmitter center frequency tolerance shall be ± 20 ppm maximum for the 5 GHz band (IEEE
802.11n specification).
4.7.2. Measuring Instruments and Setting
Please refer to section 5 of equipments list in this report. The following table is the setting of the spectrum
analyzer.
Spectrum Parameter
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Span Frequency
Entire absence of modulation emissions bandwidth
RBW
10 kHz
VBW
10 kHz
Sweep Time
Auto
4.7.3. Test Procedures
1.
The transmitter output (antenna port) was connected to the spectrum analyzer.
2.
EUT have transmitted absence of modulation signal and fixed channelize.
3.
Set the spectrum analyzer span to view the entire absence of modulation emissions bandwidth.
4.
Set RBW = 10 kHz, VBW = 10 kHz with peak detector and maxhold settings.
5.
fc is declaring of channel frequency. Then the frequency error formula is (fc-f)/fc × 106 ppm and
the limit is less than ±20ppm (IEEE 802.11nspecification).
6.
Allow sufficient time (approximately 30 min) for the temperature of the chamber to stabilize, turn the
EUT on and measure the operating frequency after 2, 5, and 10 minutes.
7.
The test extreme voltage is to change the primary supply voltage from 85 to 115 percent of the
nominal value
8.
Extreme temperature is 0°C~40°C.
4.7.4. Test Setup Layout
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4.7.5. Test Deviation
There is no deviation with the original standard.
4.7.6. EUT Operation during Test
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously un-modulation transmitting mode.
4.7.7. Test Result of Frequency Stability
Temperature
23℃
Humidity
45%
Test Engineer
Wen Chao
Test Date
Apr. 08, 2016~Apr. 09, 2016
Mode: 20 MHz / Chain 1
Voltage vs. Frequency Stability
Voltage
(V)
Measurement Frequency (MHz)
5200 MHz
0 Minute
2 Minute
5 Minute
10 Minute
126.50
5199.9950
5199.9947
5199.9943
5199.9940
110.00
5199.9946
5199.9941
5199.9938
5199.9937
93.50
5199.9940
5199.9939
5199.9935
5199.9925
Max. Deviation (MHz)
0.0060
0.0061
0.0065
0.0075
Max. Deviation (ppm)
1.15
1.17
1.25
1.44
Result
Complies
Temperature vs. Frequency Stability
Temperature
(℃)
Measurement Frequency (MHz)
5200 MHz
0 Minute
2 Minute
5 Minute
10 Minute
5199.9943
5199.9931
5199.9912
5199.9890
10
5199.9930
5199.9917
5199.9902
5199.9884
20
5199.9918
5199.9905
5199.9889
5199.9870
30
5199.9904
5199.9893
5199.9879
5199.9863
40
5199.9888
5199.9873
5199.9857
5199.9837
Max. Deviation (MHz)
0.0129
0.0141
0.0156
0.0183
Max. Deviation (ppm)
2.48
2.71
3.00
3.52
Result
Complies
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Voltage vs. Frequency Stability
Voltage
(V)
Measurement Frequency (MHz)
5190 MHz
0 Minute
2 Minute
5 Minute
10 Minute
126.50
5189.9968
5189.9961
5189.9955
5189.9945
110.00
5189.9965
5189.9957
5189.9952
5189.9947
93.50
5189.9963
5189.9962
5189.9955
5189.9950
Max. Deviation (MHz)
0.0037
0.0043
0.0048
0.0055
Max. Deviation (ppm)
0.71
0.83
0.92
1.06
Result
Complies
Temperature vs. Frequency Stability
Temperature
(℃)
Measurement Frequency (MHz)
5190 MHz
0 Minute
2 Minute
5 Minute
10 Minute
5190.0023
5190.0011
5189.9992
5189.9970
10
5190.0010
5189.9997
5189.9982
5189.9964
20
5189.9998
5189.9985
5189.9969
5189.9950
30
5189.9984
5189.9973
5189.9959
5189.9943
40
5189.9968
5189.9953
5189.9937
5189.9917
Max. Deviation (MHz)
0.0068
0.0061
0.0076
0.0103
Max. Deviation (ppm)
1.31
1.18
1.46
1.98
Result
Complies
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Voltage vs. Frequency Stability
Voltage
(V)
Measurement Frequency (MHz)
5210 MHz
0 Minute
2 Minute
5 Minute
10 Minute
126.50
5209.9998
5209.9996
5209.9993
5209.9987
110.00
5209.9997
5209.9996
5209.9987
5209.9977
93.50
5209.9996
5209.9986
5209.9985
5209.9982
Max. Deviation (MHz)
0.0004
0.0014
0.0015
0.0023
Max. Deviation (ppm)
0.08
0.27
0.29
0.44
Result
Complies
Temperature vs. Frequency Stability
Temperature
(℃)
Measurement Frequency (MHz)
5210 MHz
0 Minute
2 Minute
5 Minute
10 Minute
5209.9982
5209.9970
5209.9951
5209.9929
10
5209.9969
5209.9956
5209.9941
5209.9923
20
5209.9957
5209.9944
5209.9928
5209.9909
30
5209.9943
5209.9932
5209.9918
5209.9902
40
5209.9927
5209.9912
5209.9896
5209.9876
Max. Deviation (MHz)
0.0090
0.0102
0.0117
0.0144
Max. Deviation (ppm)
1.73
1.96
2.25
2.76
Result
Complies
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4.8. Antenna Requirements
4.8.1. Limit
Except for special regulations, the Low-power Radio-frequency Devices must not be equipped with any
jacket for installing an antenna with extension cable. An intentional radiator shall be designed to ensure
that no antenna other than that furnished by the responsible party shall be used with the device. The use
of a permanently attached antenna or of an antenna that uses a unique coupling to the intentional
radiator shall be considered sufficient to comply with the provisions of this Section. The manufacturer
may design the unit so that the user can replace a broken antenna, but the use of a standard antenna
jack or electrical connector is prohibited. Further, this requirement does not apply to intentional radiators
that must be professionally installed.
4.8.2. Antenna Connector Construction
Please refer to section 3.3 in this test report; antenna connector complied with the requirements.
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5. LIST OF MEASURING EQUIPMENTS
Instrument
Manufacturer
Model No.
Serial No.
Characteristics
Calibration
Date
EMI Receiver
Agilent
N9038A
My52260123
9kHz ~ 8.45GHz
Jan. 27, 2016
LISN
F.C.C.
FCC-LISN-50-16-2
04083
150kHz ~ 100MHz
Dec. 14, 2016
LISN
Schwarzbeck
NSLK 8127
8127647
9kHz ~ 30MHz
Dec. 21, 2016
COND Cable
Woken
Cable
01
150kHz ~ 30MHz
May 24, 2016
Software
Audix
E3
6.120210n
N.C.R.
BILOG ANTENNA with
6dB Attenator
TESEQ & EMCI
CBL6112D &
N-6-06
37880 &
AT-N0609
20MHz ~ 2GHz
Aug. 30, 2016
Loop Antenna
Teseq
HLA 6120
24155
9kHz - 30 MHz
Mar. 16, 2016*
Horn Antenna
EMCO
3115
00075790
750MHz ~ 18GHz
Oct. 22, 2015
Horn Antenna
Schwarzbeck
BBHA 9170
BBHA9170252
15GHz ~ 40GHz
Jul. 21, 2015
Pre-Amplifier
Agilent
8447D
2944A10991
0.1MHz ~ 1.3GHz
Mar. 15, 2016
Pre-Amplifier
Agilent
8449B
3008A02310
1GHz ~ 26.5GHz
Jan. 18, 2016
Pre-Amplifier
WM
TF-130N-R1
923365
26GHz ~ 40GHz
Nov. 13, 2015
Spectrum Analyzer
R&S
FSP40
100056
9kHz ~ 40GHz
Oct. 27, 2015
Spectrum Analyzer
R&S
FSP40
100056
9kHz ~ 40GHz
Nov. 21, 2016
EMI Test
R&S
ESCS
100355
9kHz ~ 2.75GHz
May 16, 2016
EMI Receiver
Agilent
N9038A
MY52260123
9kHz ~ 8.4GHz
Jan. 27, 2016
RF Cable-low
Woken
Low Cable-16+17
N/A
30 MHz ~ 1 GHz
Oct. 24, 2016
RF Cable-high
Woken
High Cable-16
N/A
1 GHz ~ 18 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
RF Cable-high
Woken
High Cable-17
N/A
1 GHz ~ 18 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
RF Cable-high
Woken
High Cable-40G-1
N/A
18GHz ~ 40 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
RF Cable-high
Woken
High Cable-40G-2
N/A
18GHz ~ 40 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
Test Software
Audix
E3
6.2009-l0-7
N/A
N/A
Spectrum analyzer
R&S
FSV40
100979
9kHz~40GHz
Dec. 09, 2015
Temp. and Humidity
Chamber
Ten Billion
TTH-D3SP
TBN-931011
-30~100 degree
Jun. 02, 2015
RF Cable-high
Woken
RG402
High Cable-6
1 GHz – 26.5 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
RF Cable-high
Woken
RG402
High Cable-7
1 GHz – 26.5 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
RF Cable-high
Woken
RG402
High Cable-8
1 GHz – 26.5 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
RF Cable-high
Woken
RG402
High Cable-9
1 GHz – 26.5 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
RF Cable-high
Woken
RG402
High Cable-10
1 GHz – 26.5 GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
Power Sensor
Agilent
U2021XA
MY53410001
50MHz~18GHz
Nov. 02, 2015
Remark
Conduction
(CO01-CB)
Conduction
(CO01-CB)
Conduction
(CO01-CB)
Conduction
(CO01-CB)
Conduction
(CO01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Radiation
(03CH01-CB)
Conducted
(TH01-CB)
Conducted
(TH01-CB)
Conducted
(TH01-CB)
Conducted
(TH01-CB)
Conducted
(TH01-CB)
Conducted
(TH01-CB)
Conducted
(TH01-CB)
Conducted
(TH01-CB)
Note: Calibration Interval of instruments listed above is one year.
“*” Calibration Interval of instruments listed above is two years.
N.C.R. means Non-Calibration required.
Report Format Version: Rev. 01
Page No.
: 102 of 103
FCC ID: MSQ-RTGZ00
Issued Date
: Jan. 26, 2017
Report No.: FR532637-11AB
6. MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
Test Items
Uncertainty
Remark
Conducted Emission (150kHz ~ 30MHz)
3.2 dB
Confidence levels of 95%
Radiated Emission (30MHz ~ 1,000MHz)
3.6 dB
Confidence levels of 95%
Radiated Emission (1GHz ~ 18GHz)
3.7 dB
Confidence levels of 95%
Radiated Emission (18GHz ~ 40GHz)
3.5 dB
Confidence levels of 95%
Conducted Emission
1.7 dB
Confidence levels of 95%
Output Power Measurement
1.33 dB
Confidence levels of 95%
Power Density Measurement
1.27 dB
Bandwidth Measurement
Frequency Stability
Confidence levels of 95%
-8
Confidence levels of 95%
-8
Confidence levels of 95%
9.74 x10
6.06 x10
Report Format Version: Rev. 01
Page No.
: 103 of 103
FCC ID: MSQ-RTGZ00
Issued Date
: Jan. 26, 2017
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