EN 50360:2001+A1:2012 SAR EVALUATION REPORT

EN 50360:2001+A1:2012
SAR EVALUATION REPORT
For
Baoji Jiayuyutong electronic co.,Ltd
Building A, 28# Longteng Street, Jianyi Village, Henggang Town,
Longgang District, Shenzhen, P. R. China
Model: JY-F2
Report Type:
Product Type:
Original Report
Smartphone
Test Engineer:
Report Number:
Report Date:
Wilson Chen
RDG150116005-20
2015-01-24
Bell Hu
Reviewed By:
SAR Engineer
Prepared By:
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Attestation of Test Results
Company Name
EUT
Information
EUT Description
Model Number
Test Date
Baoji Jiayuyutong electronic co.,Ltd
Smartphone
JY-F2
2015-01-20
Frequency Band
Max. SAR Level(s) Measured
EGSM 900
0.402 W/kg 10g Head SAR
0.613 W/kg 10g Body SAR
DCS 1800
0.143 W/kg 10g Head SAR
0.325 W/kg 10g Body SAR
WCDMA 900
0.182 W/kg 10g Head SAR
0.269 W/kg 10g Body SAR
WCDMA 2100
0.103 W/kg 10g Head SAR
0.284 W/kg 10g Body SAR
Limit(W/Kg)
2.0
EN50360: 2001+A1:2012
Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of mobile phones with the basic restrictions
related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (300MHz – 3GHz)
EN62209-1:2006
Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless
communication devices – Human models, instrumentation, and procedures –
Part1:Procedure to determine the specific absorption rate (SAR) for hand-held devices used
in close proximity to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHz to 3GHz)
Applicable
Standards
EN62209-2:2010
Human exposure to radio frequency fields from hand-held and body-mounted wireless
communication devices – Human models, instrumentation, and procedures –
Part 2: Procedure to determine the specific absorption rate (SAR) for wireless
communication devices used in close proximity to the human body
(frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz)
EN 62479:2010
Assessment of the compliance of low power electronic and electrical equipment with the
basic restrictions related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (10 MHz to 300 GHz)
IEEE1528:2013
Draft Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Average Specific Absorption
Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques.
Note: This wireless device has been shown to be capable of compliance for localized specific absorption rate
(SAR) for General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure limits specified in DIRECTIVE 1999/5/EC & EN
50360:2001+A1:2012 and has been tested in accordance with the measurement procedures specified in
EN62209-1:2006 & EN62209-2:2010.
The results and statements contained in this report pertain only to the device(s) evaluated.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY ......................................................................................................................... 4 EUT DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................................... 5 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ......................................................................................................................................... 5 REFERENCE, STANDARDS, AND GUILDELINES ............................................................................................... 6 SAR LIMITS ................................................................................................................................................................. 7 FACILITIES .................................................................................................................................................................. 8 DESCRIPTION OF TEST SYSTEM .......................................................................................................................... 9 EQUIPMENT LIST AND CALIBRATION ............................................................................................................. 16 EQUIPMENTS LIST & CALIBRATION INFORMATION .................................................................................................... 16 SAR MEASUREMENT SYSTEM VERIFICATION .............................................................................................. 17 LIQUID VERIFICATION ............................................................................................................................................... 17 SYSTEM ACCURACY VERIFICATION ........................................................................................................................... 20 SAR SYSTEM VALIDATION DATA ..................................................................................................................... 22 EUT TEST STRATEGY AND METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................. 28 TEST POSITIONS FOR DEVICE OPERATING NEXT TO A PERSON’S EAR........................................................................ 28 CHEEK/TOUCH POSITION ........................................................................................................................................... 29 EAR/TILT POSITION ................................................................................................................................................... 29 TEST POSITIONS FOR BODY-WORN AND OTHER CONFIGURATIONS .............................................................................. 30 SAR EVALUATION PROCEDURE ................................................................................................................................. 31 TEST METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................................................................. 31 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER MEASUREMENT ........................................................................................... 32 PROVISION APPLICABLE ............................................................................................................................................ 32 TEST PROCEDURE ...................................................................................................................................................... 32 TEST RESULTS: .......................................................................................................................................................... 32 SAR MEASUREMENT RESULTS ........................................................................................................................... 35 TEST RESULTS: .......................................................................................................................................................... 35 SAR PLOTS (SUMMARY OF THE HIGHEST SAR VALUES) .......................................................................................... 38 APPENDIX A MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ............................................................................................... 46 APPENDIX B PROBE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES .................................................................................... 47 APPENDIX C DIPOLE CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES .................................................................................. 57 APPENDIX D EUT TEST POSITION PHOTOS .................................................................................................... 84 LIQUID DEPTH ≥ 15CM ............................................................................................................................................ 84 BODY-WORN BACK SETUP PHOTO ............................................................................................................................. 84 LEFT HEAD CHEEK SETUP PHOTO.............................................................................................................................. 85 LEFT HEAD TILT SETUP PHOTO ................................................................................................................................. 85 RIGHT HEAD CHEEK SETUP PHOTO ........................................................................................................................... 86 RIGHT HEAD TILT SETUP PHOTO ............................................................................................................................... 86 APPENDIX E EUT PHOTOS .................................................................................................................................... 87 EUT – FRONT VIEW ................................................................................................................................................... 87 EUT – BACK VIEW .................................................................................................................................................... 87 EUT – LEFT SIDE VIEW ............................................................................................................................................. 88 EUT – RIGHT SIDE VIEW ........................................................................................................................................... 88 EUT – TOP VIEW ....................................................................................................................................................... 89 EUT – BOTTOM VIEW................................................................................................................................................ 89 EUT – UNCOVERED VIEW ......................................................................................................................................... 90 APPENDIX F INFORMATIVE REFERENCES ..................................................................................................... 91 SAR Evaluation Report
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DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY
Revision Number
Report Number
Description of Revision
Date of Revision
0
RDG150116005-20
Original Report
2015-01-22
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EUT DESCRIPTION
This report has been prepared on behalf of Baoji Jiayuyutong electronic co.,Ltd and their product, Model:
JY-F2 or the EUT (Equipment Under Test) as referred to in the rest of this report.
Technical Specification
Product Type
Exposure Category:
Antenna Type(s):
Body-Worn Accessories:
Face-Head Accessories:
Multi-slot Class:
Operation Mode :
Portable
Population / Uncontrolled
Internal Antenna
Headset
None
Class 12
GSM Voice, GPRS Data, WCDMA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
EGSM900 Band: 880-915 MHz(TX); 925-960 MHz(RX)
DCS1800 Band: 1710-1785 MHz(TX); 1805-1880 MHz(RX)
Frequency Band:
WCDMA900: 880-915 MHz(TX); 925-960 MHz(RX)
WCDMA2100: 1920-1980MHz(TX); 2110-2170MHz(RX)
WIFI: 2412-2472MHz
Bluetooth: 2402-2480 MHz
EGSM 900: 32.50 dBm
DCS 1800: 29.60Bm
Conducted RF Power:
WCDMA 900:22.75dBm
WCDMA 2100: 22.28dBm
Wi-Fi: 12.60dBm
Bluetooth: 3.21dBm
Dimensions (L*W*H):
Power Source:
Normal Operation:
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3.8VDC Rechargeable Battery
Head and Body worn
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REFERENCE, STANDARDS, AND GUILDELINES
FCC:
The Report and Order requires routine SAR evaluation prior to equipment authorization of portable
transmitter devices, including portable telephones. For consumer products, the applicable limit is 1.6 mW/g
as recommended by the ANSI/IEEE standard C95.1-1992 [6] for an uncontrolled environment (Paragraph
65). According to the Supplement C of OET Bulletin 65 “Evaluating Compliance with FCC Guide-lines for
Human Exposure to Radio frequency Electromagnetic Fields", released on Jun 29, 2001 by the FCC, the
device should be evaluated at maximum output power (radiated from the antenna) under “worst-case”
conditions for normal or intended use, incorporating normal antenna operating positions, device peak
performance frequencies and positions for maximum RF energy coupling.
This report describes the methodology and results of experiments performed on wireless data terminal. The
objective was to determine if there is RF radiation and if radiation is found, what is the extent of radiation
with respect to safety limits. SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) is the measure of RF exposure determined by
the amount of RF energy absorbed by human body (or its parts) – to determine how the RF energy couples
to the body or head which is a primary health concern for body worn devices. The limit below which the
exposure to RF is considered safe by regulatory bodies in North America is 1.6 mW/g average over 1 gram
of tissue mass.
CE:
The order requires routine SAR evaluation prior to equipment authorization of portable transmitter devices,
including portable telephones. For consumer products, the applicable limit is 2 mW/g as recommended by
EN62209-1 for an uncontrolled environment. According to the Standard, the device should be evaluated at
maximum output power (radiated from the antenna) under “worst-case” conditions for normal or intended
use, incorporating normal antenna operating positions, device peak performance frequencies and positions
for maximum RF energy coupling.
This report describes the methodology and results of experiments performed on wireless data terminal. The
objective was to determine if there is RF radiation and if radiation is found, what is the extent of radiation
with respect to safety limits. SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) is the measure of RF exposure determined by
the amount of RF energy absorbed by human body (or its parts) – to determine how the RF energy couples
to the body or head which is a primary health concern for body worn devices. The limit below which the
exposure to RF is considered safe by regulatory bodies in Europe is 2 mW/g average over 10 gram of tissue
mass.
The test configurations were laid out on a specially designed test fixture to ensure the reproducibility of
measurements. Each configuration was scanned for SAR. Analysis of each scan was carried out to
characterize the above effects in the device.
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SAR Limits
FCC Limit (1g Tissue)
SAR (W/kg)
(General Population /
Uncontrolled Exposure
Environment)
(Occupational /
Controlled Exposure
Environment)
Spatial Average
(averaged over the whole body)
0.08
0.4
Spatial Peak
(averaged over any 1 g of tissue)
1.60
8.0
Spatial Peak
(hands/wrists/feet/ankles
averaged over 10 g)
4.0
20.0
EXPOSURE LIMITS
CE Limit (10g Tissue)
SAR (W/kg)
EXPOSURE LIMITS
(General Population /
Uncontrolled Exposure
Environment)
(Occupational /
Controlled Exposure
Environment)
Spatial Average
(averaged over the whole body)
0.08
0.4
Spatial Peak
(averaged over any 10 g of tissue)
2.0
10
Spatial Peak
(hands/wrists/feet/ankles
averaged over 10 g)
4.0
20.0
Population/Uncontrolled Environments are defined as locations where there is the exposure of
individual who have no knowledge or control of their exposure.
Occupational/Controlled Environments are defined as locations where there is exposure that may
be incurred by people who are aware of the potential for exposure (i.e. as a result of employment
or occupation).
General Population/Uncontrolled environments Spatial Peak limit 1.6W/kg (FCC) & 2 W/kg
(CE) applied to the EUT.
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FACILITIES
The test site used by Bay Area Compliance Laboratories Corp. (Shenzhen) to collect data is located at 6/F,
the 3rd Phase of WanLi Industrial Building, Shi Hua Road, Fu Tian Free Trade Zone, Shenzhen,
Guangdong, P.R. of China
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DESCRIPTION OF TEST SYSTEM
These measurements were performed with ALSAS 10 Universal Integrated SAR Measurement system from
APREL Laboratories.
ALSAS-10U System Description
ALSAS-10-U is fully compliant with the
technical and scientific requirements of IEEE
1528, IEC 62209, CENELEC, ARIB, ACA, and
the Federal Communications Commission. The
system comprises of a six axes articulated robot
which utilizes a dedicated controller.
ALSAS-10U uses the latest methodologies. And
FDTD modeling to provide a platform which is
repeatable with minimum uncertainty.
Applications
Predefined measurement procedures compliant
with the guidelines of CENELEC, IEEE, IEC,
FCC, etc are utilized during the assessment for
the device. Automatic detection for all SAR
maxima are embedded within the core
architecture for the system, ensuring that peak
locations used for centering the zoom scan are
within a 1mm resolution and a 0.05mm
repeatable position. System operation range
currently available up-to 6 GHz in simulated
tissue.
Area Scans
Area scans are defined prior to the measurement
process being executed with a user defined
variable spacing between each measurement
point (integral) allowing low uncertainty
measurements to be conducted. Scans defined
for FCC applications utilize a 10mm2 step
integral, with 1mm interpolation used to locate
the peak SAR area used for zoom scan
assessments.
Where the system identifies multiple SAR peaks (which are within 25% of peak value) the system will
provide the user with the option of assessing each peak location individually for zoom scan averaging.
Zoom Scan (Cube Scan Averaging)
The averaging zoom scan volume utilized in the ALSAS-10U software is in the shape of a cube and the
side dimension of a 1 g or 10 g mass is dependent on the density of the liquid representing the simulated
tissue. A density of 1000 kg/m3 is used to represent the head and body tissue density and not the phantom
liquid density, in order to be consistent with the definition of the liquid dielectric properties, i.e. the side
length of the 1 g cube is 10mm,with the side length of the 10 g cube 21,5mm.
When the cube intersects with the surface of the phantom, it is oriented so that 3 vertices touch the surface
of the shell or the center of a face is tangent to the surface. The face of the cube closest to the surface is
modified in order to conform to the tangent surface.
The zoom scan integer steps can be user defined so as to reduce uncertainty, but normal practice for
typical test applications (including FCC) utilize a physical step of 5x5x8 (8mmx8mmx5mm) providing a
volume of 32mm in the X & Y axis, and 35mm in the Z axis.
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ALSAS-10U Interpolation and Extrapolation Uncertainty
The overall uncertainty for the methodology and algorithms the used during the SAR calculation was
evaluated using the data from IEEE 1528 based on the example f3 algorithm:
Isotropic E-Field Probe
The isotropic E-Field probe has been fully calibrated and assessed for isotropicity, and boundary effect
within a controlled environment. Depending on the frequency for which the probe is calibrated the method
utilized for calibration will change.
The E-Field probe utilizes a triangular sensor arrangement as detailed in the diagram below:
SAR is assessed with a calibrated probe which moves at a default height of 5mm from the center of the
diode, which is mounted to the sensor, to the phantom surface (in the Z Axis). The 5mm offset height has
been selected so as to minimize any resultant boundary effect due to the probe being in close proximity to
the phantom surface.
The following algorithm is an example of the function used by the system for linearization of the output
from the probe when measuring complex modulation schemes.
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Isotropic E-Field Probe Specification
Calibration Method
Sensitivity
Dynamic Range
Isotropic Response
Diode Compression Point
(DCP)
Probe Tip Diameter
Frequency Dependent
Below 1 GHz Calibration in air performed in a TEM Cell
Above 1 GHz Calibration in air performed in waveguide
0.70 μV/(V/m)2 to 0.85 μV/(V/m)2
0.0005 W/kg to 100 W/kg
Better than 0.1 dB
Calibration for Specific Frequency
< 2.9 mm
Sensor Offset
1.56 (+/- 0.02 mm)
Probe Length
289 mm
Video Bandwidth
Boundary Effect
Spatial Resolution
@ 500 Hz: 1 dB
@ 1.02 kHz: 3 dB
Less than 2.1% for distance greater than 0.58 mm
The spatial resolution uncertainty is less than 1.5% for 4.9mm
diameter probe.
The spatial resolution uncertainty is less than 1.0% for 2.5mm
diameter probe
Boundary Detection Unit and Probe Mounting Device
ALSAS-10U incorporates a boundary detection unit with a sensitivity of 0.05mm for detecting all types of
surfaces. The robust design allows for detection during probe tilt (probe normalize) exercises, and utilizes a
second stage emergency stop. The signal electronics are fed directly into the robot controller for high
accuracy surface detection in lateral and axial detection modes (X, Y, & Z).
The probe is mounted directly onto the Boundary Detection unit for accurate tooling and displacement
calculations controlled by the robot kinematics. The probe is connect to an isolated probe interconnect
where the output stage of the probe is fed directly into the amplifier stage of the Daq-Paq.
Daq-Paq (Analog to Digital Electronics)
ALSAS-10U incorporates a fully calibrated Daq-Paq (analog to digital conversion system) which has a 4
channel input stage, sent via a 2 stage auto-set amplifier module. The input signal is amplified accordingly
so as to offer a dynamic range from 5µV to 800mV. Integration of the fields measured is carried out at
board level utilizing a Co-Processor which then sends the measured fields down into the main
computational module in digitized form via an RS232 communications port. Probe linearity and duty cycle
compensation is carried out within the main Daq-Paq module.
ADC
12 Bit
Amplifier Range
20 mV to 200 mV and 150 mV to 800 mV
Field Integration
Local Co-Processor utilizing proprietary integration algorithms
Number of Input Channels
Communication
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Packet data via RS232
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Axis Articulated Robot
ALSAS-10U utilizes a six axis articulated robot, which is controlled using a Pentium based real-time
movement controller. The movement kinematics engine utilizes proprietary (Thermo CRS) interpolation
and extrapolation algorithms, which allow full freedom of movement for each of the six joints within the
working envelope. Utilization of joint 6 allows for full probe rotation with a tolerance better than 0.05mm
around the central axis.
Robot/Controller Manufacturer
Number of Axis
Positioning Repeatability
Controller Type
Robot Reach
Communication
Thermo CRS
Six independently controlled axis
0.05 mm
Single phase Pentium based C500C
710 mm
RS232 and LAN compatible
ALSAS Universal Workstation
ALSAS Universal workstation allows for repeatability and fast adaptability. It allows users to do calibration,
testing and measurements using different types of phantoms with one set up, which significantly speeds up
the measurement process.
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Universal Device Positioner
The universal device positioner allows complete freedom of movement of the EUT. Developed to hold a
EUT in a free-space scenario any additional loading attributable to the material used in the construction of
the positioner has been eliminated. Repeatability has been enhanced through the linear scales which form
the design used to indicate positioning for any given test scenario in all major axes. A 15° tilt indicator is
included for the of aid cheek to tilt movements for head SAR analysis. Overall uncertainty for
measurements have been reduced due to the design of the Universal device positioner, which allows
positioning of a device in as near to a free-space scenario as possible, and by providing the means for
complete repeatability.
Phantom Types
The ALSAS-10U allows the integration of multiple phantom types. SAM Phantoms fully compliant with
IEEE 1528, Universal Phantom, and Universal Flat.
APREL SAM Phantoms
The SAM phantoms developed using the IEEE SAM CAD file. They are fully compliant with the
requirements for both IEEE 1528 and FCC Supplement C. Both the left and right SAM phantoms are
interchangeable, transparent and include the IEEE 1528 grid with visible NF and MB lines.
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APREL Laboratories Universal Phantom
The Universal Phantom is used on the ALSAS-10U as a system validation phantom. The Universal
Phantom has been fully validated both experimentally from 800MHz to 6GHz and numerically using
XFDTD numerical software.
The shell thickness is 2mm overall, with a 4mm spacer located at the NF/MB intersection providing an
overall thickness of 6mm in line with the requirements of IEEE-1528.
The design allows for fast and accurate measurements, of handsets, by allowing the conservative SAR to be
evaluated at on frequency for both left and right head experiments in one measurement.
Tissue Dielectric Parameters for Head and Body Phantoms
The head tissue dielectric parameters recommended by the EN62209-1:2006 have been incorporated in the
following table. These head parameters are derived from planar layer models simulating the highest
expected SAR for the dielectric properties and tissue thickness variations in a human head. Other head and
body tissue parameters recommended in EN62209-2:2010.
EN62209-1:2006 Recommended Tissue Dielectric Parameters
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Head Tissue
Frequency
(MHz)
εr
Ơ (S/m)
150
52.3
0.76
300
45.3
0.87
450
43.5
0.87
835
41.5
0.90
900
41.5
0.97
915
41.5
0.98
1450
40.5
1.20
1610
40.3
1.29
1800-2000
40.0
1.40
2450
39.2
1.80
3000
38.5
2.40
5800
35.3
5.27
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EN62209-2:2010 Recommended Body Tissue Dielectric Parameters
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Body Tissue
Frequency
(MHz)
εr
Ơ (S/m)
450
43.5
0.87
835
41.5
0.90
900
41.5
0.97
1800
40.0
1.40
1900
40.0
1.40
2450
39.2
1.80
4000
37.4
3.43
5000
36.2
4.45
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EQUIPMENT LIST AND CALIBRATION
Equipments List & Calibration Information
Equipment
Model
Calibration
Date
S/N
CRS F3 robot
ALS-F3
N/A
RAF0805352
CRS F3 Software
ALS-F3-SW
N/A
N/A
CRS C500C controller
ALS-C500
N/A
RCF0805379
Probe mounting device & Boundary Detection
Sensor System
ALS-PMDPS-3
N/A
120-00270
Universal Work Station
ALS-UWS
N/A
100-00157
Data Acquisition Package
ALS-DAQ-PAQ-3
2014-10-14
110-00212
Miniature E-Field Probe
ALS-E-020
2014-10-14
500-00283
Dipole, 900MHz
ALS-D-900-S-2
2014-10-08
190-00609
Dipole, 1750MHz
ALS-D-1750-S-2
2013-10-08
198-00304
Dipole,1900MHz
ALS-D-1900-S-2
2014-10-09
210-00710
Dipole Spacer
ALS-DS-U
N/A
250-00907
Device holder/Positioner
ALS-H-E-SET-2
N/A
170-00510
Left ear SAM phantom
ALS-P-SAM-L
N/A
130-00311
Right ear SAM phantom
ALS-P-SAM-R
N/A
140-00359
UniPhantom
ALS-P-UP-1
N/A
150-00413
Simulated Tissue 900 MHz Head and Body
ALS-TS-900-H
Each Time
280-01054
Simulated Tissue 1750 MHz Head and Body
ALS-TS-1750-H
Each Time
290-01105
Simulated Tissue 1900 MHz Head and Body
ALS-TS-1900-H
Each Time
295-01103
Power Amplifier
5S1G4
N/A
71377
Directional couple
DC6180A
2013-11-12
0325849
Attenuator
3dB
2014-05-08
5402
Network analyzer
8752C
2014-06-03
3410A02356
Dielectric probe kit
HP85070B
N/A
N/A
Synthesized Sweeper
HP 8341B
2014-06-03
2624A00116
UNIVERSAL RADIO COMMUNICATION
TESTER
CMU200
2013-11-23
106891
EMI Test Receiver
ESCI
2014-06-13
101746
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SAR MEASUREMENT SYSTEM VERIFICATION
Liquid Verification
Liquid Verification Setup Block Diagram
Liquid Verification Results
Frequency
(MHz)
Liquid
Type
880.2
Liquid Parameter
Target Value
Delta
(%)
Tolerance
(%)
εr
Ơ (S/m)
εr
Ơ (S/m)
Δ εr
ΔƠ
Head and Body
41.33
0.96
41.50
0.97
-0.410
-1.031
±5
882.6
Head and Body
41.48
0.97
41.50
0.97
-0.048
0.000
±5
897.6
Head and Body
41.25
0.99
41.50
0.97
-0.602
2.062
±5
902.0
Head and Body
41.46
0.99
41.50
0.97
-0.096
2.062
±5
912.4
Head and Body
41.36
1.00
41.50
0.97
-0.337
3.093
±5
914.8
Head and Body
41.28
1.00
41.50
0.97
-0.530
3.093
±5
1710.2
Head and Body
39.37
1.37
40.00
1.40
-1.575
-2.143
±5
1747.8
Head and Body
39.55
1.41
40.00
1.40
-1.125
0.714
±5
1784.8
Head and Body
39.44
1.45
40.00
1.40
-1.400
3.571
±5
1922.4
Head and Body
40.01
1.35
40.00
1.40
0.025
-3.571
±5
1950.0
Head and Body
40.05
1.45
40.00
1.40
0.125
3.571
±5
1977.6
Head and Body
40.56
1.38
40.00
1.40
1.400
-1.429
±5
*Liquid Verification was performed on 2015-01-20
Please refer to the following tables.
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900 MHz Head and Body
Frequency
(MHz)
880.0
880.7
881.4
882.1
882.8
883.5
884.2
884.9
885.6
886.3
887.0
887.7
888.4
889.1
889.8
890.5
891.2
891.9
892.6
893.3
894.0
894.7
895.4
896.1
896.8
897.5
898.2
898.9
899.6
900.3
901.0
901.7
902.4
903.1
903.8
904.5
905.2
905.9
906.6
907.3
908.0
908.7
909.4
910.1
910.8
911.5
912.2
912.9
913.6
914.3
915.0
1750 MHz Head and Body
e'
e''
41.3288
41.2421
41.2365
41.4236
41.4772
41.2080
41.4360
41.3590
41.3011
41.3602
41.3648
41.2794
41.2006
41.3297
41.3313
41.4269
41.3468
41.3700
41.2256
41.4115
41.2524
41.2872
41.4536
41.3694
41.4273
41.2538
41.4144
41.2055
41.4356
41.2226
41.2757
41.4581
41.2314
41.4642
41.3134
41.4730
41.4517
41.4558
41.3111
41.3699
41.1902
41.4336
41.3707
41.3213
41.3517
41.2986
41.3627
41.2049
41.2444
41.2587
41.2839
19.6967
19.7304
19.7021
19.6777
19.6924
19.7621
19.7778
19.7891
19.6175
19.6909
19.6194
19.6242
19.6770
19.7265
19.6302
19.7101
19.7002
19.6668
19.6389
19.7349
19.6247
19.7193
19.6786
19.7131
19.6698
19.7434
19.7784
19.6390
19.7441
19.6019
19.7995
19.6526
19.6522
19.6250
19.6944
19.7474
19.6960
19.7333
19.6266
19.7485
19.7367
19.7617
19.6421
19.7643
19.6975
19.7260
19.6536
19.7866
19.7054
19.6916
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Frequency
(MHz)
1710.0
1711.5
1713.0
1714.5
1716.0
1717.5
1719.0
1720.5
1722.0
1723.5
1725.0
1726.5
1728.0
1729.5
1731.0
1732.5
1734.0
1735.5
1737.0
1738.5
1740.0
1741.5
1743.0
1744.5
1746.0
1747.5
1749.0
1750.5
1752.0
1753.5
1755.0
1756.5
1758.0
1759.5
1761.0
1762.5
1764.0
1765.5
1767.0
1768.5
1770.0
1771.5
1773.0
1774.5
1776.0
1777.5
1779.0
1780.5
1782.0
1783.5
1785.0
e'
e''
39.5951
39.2618
39.3285
39.4180
39.5911
39.3513
39.2004
39.5717
39.2554
39.5251
39.1860
39.3497
39.3211
39.1011
39.4715
39.3682
39.4489
39.6091
39.5386
39.2730
39.5243
39.2369
39.4662
39.4367
39.2635
39.4415
39.1337
39.1390
39.2859
39.0900
39.1787
39.4120
39.5061
39.2778
39.2126
39.1336
39.5477
39.4798
39.1717
39.6375
39.5081
39.1799
39.3305
39.6448
39.2852
39.2293
39.4186
39.5756
39.2156
39.2170
39.2135
14.1655
14.5224
14.2920
14.2295
14.4075
14.5792
14.5103
14.2675
14.3914
14.1737
14.5526
14.4013
14.3065
14.2158
14.0876
14.3517
14.3154
14.0948
14.5273
14.3753
14.4589
14.4488
14.2960
14.3005
14.3594
14.4948
14.4319
14.4702
14.1556
14.2467
14.4871
14.4288
14.1860
14.2550
14.1194
14.4845
14.1013
14.5705
14.4442
14.1633
14.2045
14.5423
14.4502
14.1155
14.5640
14.3834
14.5169
14.0953
14.1810
14.3909
14.5628
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Frequency
(MHz)
1920.0
1921.2
1922.4
1923.6
1924.8
1926.0
1927.2
1928.4
1929.6
1930.8
1932.0
1933.2
1934.4
1935.6
1936.8
1938.0
1939.2
1940.4
1941.6
1942.8
1944.0
1945.2
1946.4
1947.6
1948.8
1950.0
1951.2
1952.4
1953.6
1954.8
1956.0
1957.2
1958.4
1959.6
1960.8
1962.0
1963.2
1964.4
1965.6
1966.8
1968.0
1969.2
1970.4
1971.6
1972.8
1974.0
1975.2
1976.4
1977.6
1978.8
1980.0
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40.7144
40.1224
40.2209
40.1836
40.7207
40.0817
40.2652
40.4615
40.6837
40.2825
40.7309
40.6288
40.7423
40.0079
40.6934
40.0314
40.5387
40.0803
40.1538
39.9839
40.6407
40.1817
40.6453
40.5641
40.0117
40.3309
40.6147
40.3682
40.5649
40.6295
40.4842
40.1654
40.5106
40.0838
40.6032
40.2455
40.4595
40.7429
40.6838
40.7266
40.0471
40.3498
40.3518
40.7398
40.6288
40.7417
40.6349
40.5066
40.0807
40.3196
40.5654
12.7885
12.5824
13.3866
12.9875
12.9512
12.9594
12.9336
13.1597
13.2820
12.7419
12.9952
13.0886
13.1982
12.5671
13.3687
12.6087
12.5175
13.2117
12.9111
12.9028
12.8290
13.2299
12.7073
12.5567
12.8890
12.6168
12.8758
12.5563
12.7335
12.6081
12.8337
13.0739
12.7961
12.6425
13.1025
12.8560
13.1587
13.0992
13.1956
12.9798
12.5898
12.7302
12.7012
12.7167
13.1185
12.5062
12.5651
12.5562
12.1530
12.9017
13.1551
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System Accuracy Verification
Prior to the assessment, the system validation kit was used to test whether the system was operating within
its specifications of ±10%. The validation results are tabulated below. And also the corresponding SAR plot
is attached as well in the SAR plots files.
System Verification Setup Block Diagram
Probe and dipole antenna List and Detail
Serial
Calibration
Calibration
Number
Date
Due Date
ALS-E-020
500-00283
2014-10-14
2015-10-13
Dipole antenna(900MHz)
ALS-D-900-S-2
190-00609
2014-10-08
2017-10-07
APREL
Dipole antenna(1750MHz)
ALS-D-1750-S-2
198-00304
2013-10-08
2016-10-07
APREL
Dipole antenna(1900MHz)
ALS-D-1900-S-2
210-00710
2014-10-09
2017-10-08
Manufacturer
Description
Model
APREL
Probe
APREL
System Accuracy Check Results
Date
2015-01-20
Frequency
Band
Liquid Type
Measured SAR
(W/Kg)
Target Value
(W/Kg)
Delta
(%)
Tolerance
(%)
900
Head and Body
10g
7.758
7.595
2.146
±10
1750
Head and Body
10g
18.539
18.99
-2.375
±10
1900
Head and Body
10g
19.818
20.44
-3.043
±10
All SAR values are normalized to 1 Watt forward power.
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EN62209-1:2006 recommended reference value for Head Tissue
Frequency
(MHz)
1 g SAR
(W/Kg)
10 g SAR
(W/Kg)
Local SAR at surface
(above feed point)
Local SAR at surface
(y=2cm offset from feed point)
300
450
835
900
1450
1800
1900
2000
2450
3000
3.0
4.9
9.5
10.8
29.0
38.1
39.7
41.1
52.4
63.8
2.0
3.3
6.2
6.9
16.0
19.8
20.5
21.1
24.0
25.7
4.4
7.2
14.1
16.4
50.2
69.5
72.1
74.6
104.2
140.2
2.1
3.2
4.9
5.4
6.5
6.8
6.6
6.5
7.7
9.5
EN62209-2:2010 recommended reference value for Body Tissue
Frequency
(MHz)
1 g SAR
(W/Kg)
10 g SAR
(W/Kg)
Local SAR at surface
(above feed point)
Local SAR at surface
(y=2cm offset from feed point)
300
450
835
900
1450
1800
1900
2000
2450
3000
2.85
4.58
9.56
10.9
29.0
38.4
39.7
41.1
52.4
63.8
1.94
3.06
6.22
6.99
16.0
20.1
20.5
21.1
24.0
25.7
4.14
6.75
14.6
16.4
50.2
69.5
72.1
74.6
104
140
2.00
2.98
4.90
5.40
6.50
6.80
6.60
6.50
7.70
9.50
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SAR SYSTEM VALIDATION DATA
Test Laboratory: Bay Area Compliance Lab Corp. (Shenzhen)
System Performance Check 900 MHz Liquid
Dipole 900 MHz; Type: ALS-D-900-S-2; S/N: 190-00609
Product Data
Device Name
Serial No.
Type
Model
Frequency Band
Max. Transmit Pwr
Drift Time
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: Dipole 900 MHz
: 190-00609
: Dipole
: ALS-D-900-S-2
: 900
:1W
: 3 min(s)
: 12.169 W/kg
: 12.322 W/kg
: 2.108
Phantom Data
Name
Type
Serial No.
Location
Description
: APREL-Uni
: Uni-Phantom
: System Default
: Center
: Default
Tissue Data
Type
Serial No.
Frequency
Last Calib. Date
Temperature
Ambient Temp.
Humidity
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 280-01054
: 900.00 MHz
: 20-Jan-2015
: 20.00 °C
: 21.00 °C
: 50.00 RH%
: 41.35 F/m
: 0.98 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. M
Probe Data
Name
Model
Type
Serial No.
Last Calib. Date
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: E-Field
: E-020
: E-Field Triangle
: 500-00283
: 14-Oct-2014
: 900
:1
:6
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
Measurement Data
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Tissue Temp.
Ambient Temp.
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
:1
: Complete
: 20.00 °C
: 20.00 °C
: 7x9x1 : Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7 : Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
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1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
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: 11.835 W/kg
: 7.758 W/kg
: 12.40 W/kg
: 18.682 W/kg
900 MHz System Validation
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System Performance Check 1750 MHz Liquid
Dipole 1750 MHz; Type: ALS-D-1750-S-2; S/N: 198-00304
Product Data
Device Name
Serial No.
Type
Model
Frequency Band
Max. Transmit Pwr
Drift Time
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: Dipole 1750MHHz
: 198-00304
: Dipole
: ALS-D-1750-S-2
: 1750
:1W
: 3 min(s)
: 36.133 W/kg
: 36.568 W/kg
: 1.216
Phantom Data
Name
Type
Serial No.
Location
Description
: APREL-Uni
: Uni-Phantom
: System Default
: Center
: Default
Tissue Data
Type
Serial No.
Frequency
Last Calib. Date
Temperature
Ambient Temp.
Humidity
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 290-01105
: 1750 MHz
: 20-Jan-2015
: 20.00 °C
: 21.00 °C
: 50.00 RH%
: 39.13 F/m
: 1.41 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. M
Probe Data
Name
Model
Type
Serial No.
Last Calib. Date
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: E-Field
: E-020
: E-Field Triangle
: 500-00283
: 14-Oct-2014
: 1750
:1
: 5.4
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
Measurement Data
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Tissue Temp.
Ambient Temp.
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
:1
: Complete
: 20.00 °C
: 20.00 °C
: 7x9x1 : Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7 : Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
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1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
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: 37.428 W/kg
: 18.539 W/kg
: 40.920 W/kg
: 66.233 W/kg
1750 MHz System Validation
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System Performance Check 1900 MHz Liquid
Dipole 1900 MHz; Type: ALS-D-1900-S-2; S/N: 210-00710
Product Data
Device Name
Serial No.
Type
Model
Frequency Band
Max. Transmit Pwr
Drift Time
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: Dipole 1900MHz
: 210-00710
: Dipole
: ALS-D-1900-S-2
: 1900
:1W
: 3 min(s)
: 22.620 W/kg
: 22.406 W/kg
: -1.063
Phantom Data
Name
Type
Serial No.
Location
Description
: APREL-Uni
: Uni-Phantom
: System Default
: Center
: Default
Tissue Data
Type
Serial No.
Frequency
Last Calib. Date
Temperature
Ambient Temp.
Humidity
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 295-01103
: 1900.00 MHz
: 20-Jan-2015
: 20.00 °C
: 21.00 °C
: 56.00 RH%
: 40.56 F/m
: 1.37 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Name
Model
Type
Serial No.
Last Calib. Date
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: E-Field
: E-020
: E-Field Triangle
: 500-00283
: 14-Oct-2014
: 1900
:1
: 4.8
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
Measurement Data
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Tissue Temp.
Ambient Temp.
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
:1
: Complete
: 20.00 °C
: 21.00 °C
: 8x10x1 : Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7 : Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
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1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
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: 38.206 W/kg
: 19.818 W/kg
: 41.760 W/kg
: 65.375 W/kg
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EUT TEST STRATEGY AND METHODOLOGY
Test Positions for Device Operating Next to a Person’s Ear
This category includes most wireless handsets with fixed, retractable or internal antennas located toward
the top half of the device, with or without a foldout, sliding or similar keypad cover. The handset should
have its earpiece located within the upper ¼ of the device, either along the centerline or off-centered, as
perceived by its users. This type of handset should be positioned in a normal operating position with the
“test device reference point” located along the “vertical centerline” on the front of the device aligned to the
“ear reference point”. The “test device reference point” should be located at the same level as the center
of the earpiece region. The “vertical centerline” should bisect the front surface of the handset at its top
and bottom edges. A “ear reference point” is located on the outer surface of the head phantom on each ear
spacer. It is located 1.5 cm above the center of the ear canal entrance in the “phantom reference plane”
defined by the three lines joining the center of each “ear reference point” (left and right) and the tip of the
mouth.
A handset should be initially positioned with the earpiece region pressed against the ear spacer of a head
phantom. For the SCC-34/SC-2 head phantom, the device should be positioned parallel to the “N-F” line
defined along the base of the ear spacer that contains the “ear reference point”. For interim head
phantoms, the device should be positioned parallel to the cheek for maximum RF energy coupling. The
“test device reference point” is aligned to the “ear reference point” on the head phantom and the “vertical
centerline” is aligned to the “phantom reference plane”. This is called the “initial ear position”. While
maintaining these three alignments, the body of the handset is gradually adjusted to each of the following
positions for evaluating SAR:
F
LE ER
P
M
B
15
mm
EE
P
ERP - ear reference
i t- entrance to ear
EEP
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Cheek/Touch Position
The device is brought toward the mouth of the head phantom by pivoting against the “ear reference point”
or along the “N-F” line for the SCC-34/SC-2 head phantom.
This test position is established:
o When any point on the display, keypad or mouthpiece portions of the handset is in contact
with the phantom.
o (or) When any portion of a foldout, sliding or similar keypad cover opened to its intended
self-adjusting normal use position is in contact with the cheek or mouth of the phantom.
For existing head phantoms – when the handset loses contact with the phantom at the pivoting point,
rotation should continue until the device touches the cheek of the phantom or breaks its last contact
from the ear spacer.
Cheek /Touch Position
Ear/Tilt Position
With the handset aligned in the “Cheek/Touch Position”:
1) If the earpiece of the handset is not in full contact with the phantom’s ear spacer (in the “Cheek/Touch
position”) and the peak SAR location for the “Cheek/Touch” position is located at the ear spacer region or
corresponds to the earpiece region of the handset, the device should be returned to the “initial ear position”
by rotating it away from the mouth until the earpiece is in full contact with the ear spacer.
2) (otherwise) The handset should be moved (translated) away from the cheek perpendicular to the line
passes through both “ear reference points” (note: one of these ear reference points may not physically exist
on a split head model) for approximate 2-3 cm. While it is in this position, the device handset is tilted
away from the mouth with respect to the “test device reference point” until the inside angle between the
vertical centerline on the front surface of the phone and the horizontal line passing through the ear reference
point is by 15°. After the tilt, it is then moved (translated) back toward the head perpendicular to the line
passes through both “ear reference points” until the device touches the phantom or the ear spacer. If the
antenna touches the head first, the positioning process should be repeated with a tilt angle less than 15° so
that the device and its antenna would touch the phantom simultaneously. This test position may require a
device holder or positioner to achieve the translation and tilting with acceptable positioning repeatability.
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If a device is also designed to transmit with its keypad cover closed for operating in the head position, such
positions should also be considered in the SAR evaluation. The device should be tested on the left and
right side of the head phantom in the “Cheek/Touch” and “Ear/Tilt” positions. When applicable, each
configuration should be tested with the antenna in its fully extended and fully retracted positions. These test
configurations should be tested at the high, middle and low frequency channels of each operating mode; for
example, AMPS, CDMA, and TDMA. If the SAR measured at the middle channel for each test
configuration (left, right, Cheek/Touch, Tile/Ear, extended and retracted) is at least 2.0 dB lower than the
SAR limit, testing at the high and low channels is optional for such test configuration(s). If the
transmission band of the test device is less than 10 MHz, testing at the high and low frequency channels is
optional.
Ear /Tilt 15o Position
Test positions for body-worn and other configurations
Body-worn operating configurations should be tested with the belt-clips and holsters attached to the device
and positioned against a flat phantom in normal use configurations. Devices with a headset output should
be tested with a headset connected to the device. When multiple accessories that do not contain metallic
components are supplied with the device, the device may be tested with only the accessory that dictates the
closest spacing to the body. When multiple accessories that contain metallic components are supplied
with the device, the device must be tested with each accessory that contains a unique metallic component.
If multiple accessories share an identical metallic component (e.g., the same metallic belt-clip used with
different holsters with no other metallic components), only the accessory that dictates the closest spacing to
the body must be tested.
Body-worn accessories may not always be supplied or available as options for some devices that are
intended to be authorized for body-worn use. A separation distance of 1.5 cm between the back of the
device and a flat phantom is recommended for testing body-worn SAR compliance under such
circumstances. Other separation distances may be used, but they should not exceed 2.5 cm. In these cases,
the device may use body-worn accessories that provide a separation distance greater than that tested for the
device provided however that the accessory contains no metallic components.
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SAR Evaluation Procedure
The evaluation was performed with the following procedure:
Step 1: Measurement of the SAR value at a fixed location above the ear point or central position was
used as a reference value for assessing the power drop. The SAR at this point is measured at
the start of the test and then again at the end of the testing.
Step 2: The SAR distribution at the exposed side of the head was measured at a distance of 4 mm
from the inner surface of the shell. The area covered the entire dimension of the head or EUT
and the horizontal grid spacing was 10 mm x 10 mm. Based on these data, the area of the
maximum absorption was determined by spline interpolation. The first Area Scan covers the
entire dimension of the EUT to ensure that the hotspot was correctly identified.
Step 3: Around this point, a volume of 35 mm x 35 mm x 35 mm was assessed by measuring 7x 7 x 7
points. On the basis of this data set, the spatial peak SAR value was evaluated under the
following procedure:
1) The data at the surface were extrapolated, since the center of the dipoles is 1.2 mm away
from the tip of the probe and the distance between the surface and the lowest measuring
point is 1.3 mm. The extrapolation was based on a least square algorithm. A polynomial of
the fourth order was calculated through the points in z-axes. This polynomial was then
used to evaluate the points between the surface and the probe tip.
2) The maximum interpolated value was searched with a straightforward algorithm. Around
this maximum the SAR values averaged over the spatial volumes (1 g or 10 g) were
computed by the 3D-Spline interpolation algorithm. The 3D-Spline is composed of three
one dimensional splines with the “Not a knot"-condition (in x, y and z-directions). The
volume was integrated with the trapezoidal-algorithm. One thousand points (10 x 10 x 10)
were interpolated to calculate the averages.
All neighboring volumes were evaluated until no neighboring volume with a higher average
value was found.
Step 4: Re-measurement of the SAR value at the same location as in Step 1. If the value changed by
more than 5%, the evaluation was repeated.
Test methodology
EN50360: 2001+A1:2012
EN62209-1:2006
EN62209-2:2010
EN 62479:2010
IEEE1528:2013
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CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER MEASUREMENT
Provision Applicable
The measured peak output power should be greater and within 5% than EMI measurement.
Test Procedure
The RF output of the transmitter was connected to the input of the EMI Receiver through sufficient
attenuation.
EMI Receiver
Combiner
EUT
Rohde & Schwarz CMU200
Wireless Communication
Test Set
GSM&3G
Test Results:
GSM
Conducted Output Power
Frequency
Band
GSM900
DCS1800
(MHz)
(dBm)
(W)
880.2
32.30
1.698
902.0
32.40
1.738
914.8
32.50
1.778
1710.2
29.60
0.912
1747.8
29.00
0.794
1784.8
28.10
0.646
GPRS
Mode
GSM900
DCS1800
RF Output Power (dBm)
Channel No.
Frequency
(MHz)
1 slot
2 slots
3 slots
4 slots
975
880.2
32.36
30.73
29.09
27.93
60
902.0
31.34
30.68
29.11
27.95
124
914.8
31.39
30.72
29.20
28.00
512
1710.2
29.62
28.83
27.07
25.92
700
1747.8
28.99
28.29
26.62
25.46
885
1784.8
28.24
27.51
26.31
25.13
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For SAR, the time based average power is relevant, the difference in between depends on the duty cycle of
the TDMA signal.
Number of Time slot
1
2
3
4
Duty Cycle
1:8
1:4
1:2.66
1:2
Time based Ave. power compared to
slotted Ave. power
-9 dB
-6 dB
-4.25 dB
-3 dB
Crest Factor
8
4
2.66
2
The time based average power for GPRS
Band
Time based average Power (dBm)
Channel No.
Frequency
(MHz)
1 slot
2 slots
3 slots
4 slots
975
880.2
23.36
24.73
24.84
24.93
60
902.0
22.34
24.68
24.86
24.95
124
914.8
22.39
24.72
24.95
25.00
512
1710.2
20.62
22.83
22.82
22.92
700
1747.8
19.99
22.29
22.37
22.46
885
1784.8
19.24
21.51
22.06
22.13
GSM900
DCS1800
Note:
1. Rohde & Schwarz Radio Communication Tester (CMU200) was used for the measurement of GSM
peak and average output power for active timeslots.
2. For GSM voice, 1 timeslot has been activated with power level 5 (900 MHz band) and 0 (1800 MHz
band).
3. For GPRS, 1, 2, 3 and 4 timeslots has been activated separately with power control level 3(900 MHz
band) and 3(1800 MHz band).
WCDMA900
Averaged Mean Power (dBm)
Test
Condition
Test Mode
3GPP Sub
Test
Low Frequency
Mid Frequency
High Frequency
Normal
Rel 99
-
22.27
22.70
22.75
Test
Condition
Test Mode
3GPP Sub
Test
Low Frequency
Mid Frequency
High Frequency
Normal
Rel 99
-
22.28
22.26
22.19
WCDMA2100
Averaged Mean Power (dBm)
Note:
The default test configuration is to measure SAR with an established radio link between the EUT and a
communication test set using a 12.2 kbps RMC (reference measurement Channel) Configured in Test Loop
Model 1.
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Bluetooth:
Mode
BDR(GFSK)
EDR(4-DQPSK)
EDR-8DPSK
BLE
Channel Frequency
(MHz)
Power (dBm)
Power (mw)
2402
1.84
1.528
2441
2.86
1.932
2480
3.21
2.094
2402
0.49
1.119
2441
2.01
1.589
2480
2.50
1.778
2402
0.85
1.216
2441
1.99
1.581
2480
2.48
1.770
2402
-6.11
0.245
2440
-5.02
0.315
2480
-4.42
0.361
Wi-Fi
Band
802.11b
802.11g
802.11n-HT20
802.11n-HT40
Conducted Output Power
Frequency
(MHz)
(dBm)
(mW)
2412
12.40
17.378
2442
12.60
18.197
2472
12.30
16.982
2412
11.03
12.677
2442
11.65
14.622
2472
11.41
13.836
2412
9.66
9.247
2442
9.78
9.506
2472
9.53
8.974
2422
8.46
7.015
2442
8.26
6.699
2462
8.89
7.745
Note:
1. The output power was tested under data rate 1Mbps for 802.11b, 6Mbps for 802.11g, 6.5Mbps for
802.11n-HT20 and 13.5Mbps for 802.11n-HT40.
2. EN62479-SAR is not required for low-power equipment where the available antenna power and/or the
average total radiated power is less than or equal to the Pmax values given in Annex A (20 mW).
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SAR MEASUREMENT RESULTS
This page summarizes the results of the performed dosimetric evaluation.
Test Results:
Environmental Conditions:
Temperature:
21 ℃
Relative Humidity:
52 
ATM Pressure:
1002 mbar
* Testing was performed by Wilson Chen on 2015-01-20
EGSM 900:
EUT
Position
Left-Head-Cheek
Left-Head-Tilt
Right-Head-Cheek
Right -Head-Tilt
Body-Headset-Back
(15mm)
Body-Back
(15mm)
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Frequency
(MHz)
Test
Mode
Antenna Phantom
Type
Type
880.2
902.0
914.8
880.2
902.0
914.8
880.2
902.0
914.8
880.2
902.0
914.8
880.2
902.0
914.8
880.2
902.0
914.8
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GPRS
GPRS
GPRS
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Power
CE 10g SAR (W/Kg)
Drift
Measurement Limit Plot
()
/
/
2.0
/
1.826
0.376
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
0.945
0.223
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
-2.163
0.359
2.0
/
-3.177
0.402
2.0
1#
1.296
0.384
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
-2.401
0.210
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
-1.490
0.369
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
/
2.188
0.582
2.0
-0.909
0.609
2.0
/
-1.115
0.613
2.0
2#
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DCS 1800:
EUT
Position
Left-Head-Cheek
Left-Head-Tilt
Right-Head-Cheek
Right -Head-Tilt
Body-Headset-Back
(15mm)
Body-Back
(15mm)
Frequency
(MHz)
Test
Mode
Antenna Phantom
Type
Type
1710.2
1747.8
1784.8
1710.2
1747.8
1784.8
1710.2
1747.8
1784.8
1710.2
1747.8
1784.8
1747.8
1784.8
1710.2
1747.8
1784.8
1710.2
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GSM
GPRS
GPRS
GPRS
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
Integral
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
SAM
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Universal
Power
CE 10g SAR (W/Kg)
Drift
Measurement Limit Plot
()
-1.127
0.124
2.0
/
-2.406
0.143
2.0
3#
-0.429
0.122
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
1.263
0.059
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
/
/
/
2.0
-2.826
0.139
2.0
/
/
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
-0.882
0.055
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
1.278
0.166
2.0
/
/
/
2.0
/
2.007
0.325
2.0
4#
-1.785
0.283
2.0
/
0.296
0.308
2.0
/
Note:
1. When the 10-g SAR is ≤ 1.0W/Kg, testing for low and high channel is optional.
2. The EUT is a Class B mobile phone which can be attached to both GPRS and GSM services, using one
service at a time.
3. The Multi-slot Classes of EUT is Class 12which has maximum 4 Downlink slots and 4 Uplink slots, the
maximum active slots is 5, when perform the multiple slots scan, 1DL+4UL is the worst case.
4. The EUT transmit and receive through the same GSM antenna while testing SAR.
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WCDMA 900
EUT
Position
Left-Head-Cheek
Left-Head-Tilt
Right-Head-Cheek
Right -Head-Tilt
Body- Back
(15mm)
Frequency
(MHz)
882.4
897.6
912.6
882.4
897.6
912.6
882.4
897.6
912.6
882.4
897.6
912.6
882.4
897.6
912.6
Power
CE 10g SAR (W/Kg)
Drift
() Measurement Limit Plot
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
-2.105
0.168
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
-1.727
0.182
2.0
5#
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
-3.439
0.171
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
-2.145
0.083
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
-0.825
0.176
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
-1.829
0.098
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral Universal 0.539
0.244
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral Universal 1.044
0.252
2.0
/
WCDMA900 Integral Universal 2.267
0.269
2.0
6#
Test
Mode
Antenna Phantom
Type
Type
WCDMA 2100
EUT
Position
Left-Head-Cheek
Left-Head-Tilt
Right-Head-Cheek
Right -Head-Tilt
Body- Back
(15mm)
Frequency
(MHz)
1922.4
1950.0
1977.6
1922.4
1950.0
1977.6
1922.4
1950.0
1977.6
1922.4
1950.0
1977.6
1922.4
1950.0
1977.6
Power
CE 10g SAR (W/Kg)
Drift
() Measurement Limit Plot
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
1.716
0.099
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
0.839
0.048
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
7#
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
-2.323
0.103
2.0
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
-1.375
0.096
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
-2.900
0.101
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
2.626
0.045
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral
SAM
/
/
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral Universal 1.436
0.284
2.0
8#
WCDMA2100 Integral Universal -2.070
0.258
2.0
/
WCDMA2100 Integral Universal -1.343
0.262
2.0
/
Test
Mode
Antenna Phantom
Type
Type
Note:
1. When the 10-g SAR is ≤ 1.0W/Kg, testing for low and high channel is optional.
2. The default test configuration is to measure SAR with an established radio link between the EUT and a
communication test set using a 12.2 kbps RMC (reference measurement Channel) Configured in Test
Loop Mode.
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SAR Plots (Summary of the Highest SAR Values)
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Right -Head-Cheek (902.0 MHz Middle Channel)
Measurement Data
Test mode
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: GSM
:8
: Complete
: 11x8x1 : Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7 : Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
: 0.033 W/kg
: 0.032 W/kg
: -3.177
Tissue Data
Type
Frequency
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 902.0 MHz
: 41.46 F/m
: 0.99 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Serial No.
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: 500-00283
: 900
:8
:6
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
: 0.563 W/kg
: 0.402 W/kg
: 0.580 W/kg
: 0.875 W/kg
µV/(V/m)2
Plot 1#
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Body-worn Back (914.8 MHz High Channel)
Measurement Data
Test mode
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: GPRS
:2
: Complete
: 8x11x1 : Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7 : Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
: 0.761 W/kg
: 0.753 W/kg
: -1.115
Tissue Data
Type
Frequency
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 914.8 MHz
: 41.28 F/m
: 1.00 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Serial No.
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: 500-00283
: 900
:2
:6
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
: 0.850 W/kg
: 0.613 W/kg
: 0.852 W/kg
: 1.366 W/kg
µV/(V/m)2
Plot 2#
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Left-Head-Cheek (1747.8 MHz Middle Channel)
Measurement Data
Test mode
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: GSM
:8
: Complete
: 8x11x1 : Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7 : Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
: 0.003 W/kg
: 0.003 W/kg
: -2.406
Tissue Data
Type
Frequency
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 1747.8 MHz
: 39.55 F/m
: 1.41 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Serial No.
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: 500-00283
: 1750
:8
: 5.4
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
: 0.242 W/kg
: 0.143 W/kg
: 0.270 W/kg
: 0.408 W/kg
µV/(V/m)2
Plot 3#
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Body-worn-Back (1710.2 MHz Low Channel)
Measurement Data
Test mode
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: GPRS
:2
: Complete
: 8x11x1 : Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7 : Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
: 0.305 W/kg
: 0.311 W/kg
: 2.007
Tissue Data
Type
Frequency
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 1710.2 MHz
: 39.37 F/m
: 1.37 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Serial No.
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: 500-00283
: 1750
:4
: 5.4
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
: 0.617 W/kg
: 0.325 W/kg
: 0.622 W/kg
: 0.970 W/kg
µV/(V/m)2
Plot 4#
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WCDMA900; Left-Head-Cheek (897.6 MHz Middle Channel)
Measurement Data
Test mode
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: WCDMA900
:1
: Complete
: 8x11x1: Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7: Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
: 0.009 W/kg
: 0.009 W/kg
:-1.727
Tissue Data
Type
Frequency
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 897.6 MHz
: 41.25 F/m
: 0.99 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Serial No.
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: 500-00283
: 900
:1
:6
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
: 0.273 W/kg
: 0.182 W/kg
: 0.291 W/kg
: 0.455 W/kg
µV/(V/m)2
Plot 5#
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WCDMA900; Body-worn Back-Headset (912.6 MHz High Channel)
Measurement Data
Test mode
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: WCDMA900
:1
: Complete
: 8x11x1: Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7: Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
: 0.352 W/kg
: 0.344 W/kg
: 2.267
Tissue Data
Type
Frequency
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 912.6 MHz
: 41.36 F/m
: 1.00 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Serial No.
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: 500-00283
: 900
:1
:6
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
: 0.349 W/kg
: 0.269 W/kg
: 0.360 W/kg
: 0.548 W/kg
µV/(V/m)2
Plot 6#
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WCDMA2100; Right Head Cheek (1922.4 MHz Low Channel)
Measurement Data
Test mode
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: WCDMA2100
:1
: Complete
: 8x11x1: Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7: Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
: 0.002 W/kg
: 0.002 W/kg
:-2.323
Tissue Data
Type
Frequency
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 1922.4 MHz
: 40.01 F/m
: 1.35 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Serial No.
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: 500-00283
: 1900
:1
: 4.8
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
1 gram SAR value
10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
: 0.192 W/kg
: 0.103 W/kg
: 0.210 W/kg
: 0.305 W/kg
µV/(V/m)2
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Measurement Data
Test mode
Crest Factor
Scan Type
Area Scan
Zoom Scan
Power Drift-Start
Power Drift-Finish
Power Drift (%)
: WCDMA2100
:1
: Complete
: 8x11x1: Measurement x=10mm, y=10mm, z=4mm
: 7x7x7: Measurement x=5mm, y=5mm, z=5mm
: 0.210 W/kg
: 0.213 W/kg
: 1.436
Tissue Data
Type
Frequency
Epsilon
Sigma
Density
: Head and Body
: 1922.4 MHz
: 40.01 F/m
: 1.35 S/m
: 1000.00 kg/cu. m
Probe Data
Serial No.
Frequency Band
Duty Cycle Factor
Conversion Factor
Probe Sensitivity
Compression Point
Offset
: 500-00283
: 1900
:1
: 4.8
: 1.20 1.20 1.20
: 95.00 mV
: 1.56 mm
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10 gram SAR value
Area Scan Peak SAR
Zoom Scan Peak SAR
: 0.402 W/kg
: 0.284 W/kg
: 0.414 W/kg
: 0.610 W/kg
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APPENDIX A MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
The uncertainty budget has been determined for the measurement system and is given in the following
Table.
Measurement Uncertainty for 300MHz to 3GHz
Source of
Uncertainty
Tolerance
Value
Probability
Distribution
Divisor
c i1
(1-g)
c i1
(10-g)
Standard
Uncertainty
(1-g) %
Standard
Uncertainty
(10-g) %
1
1
(1-cp)1
3.5
3.5
/2
1.5
1.5
Measurement System
Probe Calibration
3.5
normal
1
Axial Isotropy
3.7
rectangular
3
(1-cp)1/2
Hemispherical Isotropy
Boundary Effect
10.9
1.0
rectangular
rectangular
3
3
√cp
1
√cp
1
4.4
0.6
4.4
0.6
Linearity
4.7
rectangular
3
1
1
2.7
2.7
Detection Limit
1.0
rectangular
3
1
1
0.6
0.6
Readout Electronics
1.0
normal
1
1
1
1.0
1.0
Response Time
0.8
rectangular
3
1
1
0.5
0.5
Integration Time
RF Ambient Condition
-Noise
RF Ambient Condition Reflections
Probe Positioner Mech.
Restrictions
1.7
rectangular
3
1
1
1.0
1.0
0.6
rectangular
3
1
1
0.3
0.3
3.0
rectangular
3
1
1
1.7
1.7
0.4
rectangular
3
1
1
0.2
0.2
Restriction
Probe Positioning with
respect to Phantom
Shell
2.9
rectangular
3
1
1
1.7
1.7
Extrapolation and
Integration
3.7
rectangular
3
1
1
2.1
2.1
2.3
normal
1
1
1
2.3
2.3
6.215
normal
1
1
1
6.215
6.215
4.627
rectangular
3
1
1
2.67
2.67
Test Sample Positioning
Device Holder
Uncertainty
Drift of Output Power
Phantom and Setup
Phantom
Uncertainty(shape &
thickness tolerance)
Liquid
Conductivity(target)
Liquid
Conductivity(meas.)
Liquid
Permittivity(target)
Liquid
Permittivity(meas.)
Combined Uncertainty
Expanded uncertainty
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3
1
1
2.0
2.0
5.0
rectangular
3
0.7
0.5
2.0
1.4
1.938
normal
1
0.7
0.5
1.36
0.97
5.0
rectangular
3
0.6
0.5
1.7
1.4
3.093
normal
1
0.6
0.5
1.86
1.55
RSS
10.78
10.55
Normal(k=2)
21.56
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APPENDIX D EUT TEST POSITION PHOTOS
Liquid depth ≥ 15cm
Body-worn Back Setup Photo
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APPENDIX E EUT PHOTOS
EUT – Front View
EUT – Back View
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GSM&3G
Antenna
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APPENDIX F INFORMATIVE REFERENCES
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[2] David L. Means Kwok Chan, Robert F. Cleveland, \Evaluating compliance with FCC guidelines for
human exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields", Tech. Rep., Federal Communication
Commission, O_ce of Engineering & Technology, Washington, DC, 1997.
[3] Thomas Schmid, Oliver Egger, and Niels Kuster, \Automated E-_eld scanning system for dosimetric
assessments", IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 44, pp. 105{113, Jan. 1996.
[4] Niels Kuster, Ralph K.astle, and Thomas Schmid, \Dosimetric evaluation of mobile communications
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May 1997.
[5] CENELEC, \Considerations for evaluating of human exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from
mobile telecommunication equipment (MTE) in the frequency range 30MHz - 6GHz", Tech. Rep.,
CENELEC, European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization, Brussels, 1997.
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Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers, Inc., New York, NY 10017, 1992.
[7] Katja Pokovic, Thomas Schmid, and Niels Kuster, \Robust setup for precise calibration of E-field
probes in tissue simulating liquids at mobile communications frequencies", in ICECOM _ 97, Dubrovnik,
October 15{17, 1997, pp. 120-24.
[8] Katja Pokovic, Thomas Schmid, and Niels Kuster, \E-field probe with improved isotropy in brain
simulating liquids", in Proceedings of the ELMAR, Zadar, Croatia, 23{25 June, 1996, pp. 172-175.
[9] Volker Hombach, Klaus Meier, Michael Burkhardt, Eberhard K. uhn, and Niels Kuster, \The
depen-dence of EM energy absorption upon human head modeling at 900 MHz", IEEE Transactions on
Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 44, no. 10, pp. 1865-1873, Oct. 1996.
[10] Klaus Meier, Ralf Kastle, Volker Hombach, Roger Tay, and Niels Kuster, \The dependence of EM
energy absorption upon human head modeling at 1800 MHz", IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory
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Executive, National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, England, 1994.
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NIST measurement results", Tech. Rep., National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1994. Dosimetric
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