RT3090BC4_CE RF Test Report_Bluetooth _EN300328 test report AW

RT3090BC4_CE RF Test Report_Bluetooth _EN300328 test report AW
SPORTON International Inc.
No. 52, Hwa Ya 1st Rd., Kwei-Shan Hsiang, TaoYuan Hsien, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Ph: 886-3-327-3456 / FAX: 886-3-327-0973 / www.sporton.com.tw
CE RADIO TEST REPORT
Applicant’s company
Ralink Technology Corporation
Applicant Address
5F., No.36, Taiyuan St., Jhubei City, Hsinchu County 302, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Manufacturer’s company
Ralink Technology Corporation
Manufacturer Address
5F., No.36, Taiyuan St., Jhubei City, Hsinchu County 302, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Product Name
802.11b/g/n 1T1R combo card
Brand Name
Ralink
Model Name
RT3090BC4
Test Standard(s)
ETSI EN 300 328 V1.7.1 (2006-10)
Test Freq. Range
2400 ~ 2483.5MHz
Receive Date
Nov. 15, 2009
Test Date
Dec. 07, 2009
Submission Type
Original Equipment
Statement
Test result included in this report is only for the Bluetooth part 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 ETSI EN 300 328 V1.7.1 (2006-10).
The test equipment used to perform the test is calibrated and traceable to NML/ROC.
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Table of Contents
1. CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE ......................................................................................................................... 1
2. SUMMARY OF THE TEST RESULT .......................................................................................................................... 2
3. GENERAL INFORMATION .................................................................................................................................. 3
3.1.
Product Details....................................................................................................................................................................................3
3.2.
Medium Access Protocol ....................................................................................................................................................................3
3.3.
Accessories.........................................................................................................................................................................................3
3.4.
Table for Filed Antenna.......................................................................................................................................................................4
3.5.
Table for Carrier Frequencies .............................................................................................................................................................5
3.6.
Table for Test Modes ...........................................................................................................................................................................5
3.7.
Table for Testing Locations..................................................................................................................................................................5
3.8.
Table for Supporting Units ...................................................................................................................................................................6
3.9.
Table for Parameters of Test Software Setting .....................................................................................................................................6
3.10.
Test Configurations .............................................................................................................................................................................7
4. TEST RESULT ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
4.1.
Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power Measurement ...........................................................................................................................8
4.2.
Frequency Range Measurement......................................................................................................................................................10
4.3.
Transmitter Spurious Emissions Measurement ....................................................................................................................................13
4.4.
Receiver Spurious Emissions Measurement.......................................................................................................................................32
5. LIST OF MEASURING EQUIPMENTS ................................................................................................................... 50
6. TEST LOCATION.............................................................................................................................................. 51
APPENDIX A. PHOTOGRAPHS OF EUT.........................................................................................................A1 ~ A19
APPENDIX B. TEST PHOTOS.......................................................................................................................... B1 ~ B5
APPENDIX C. ANTENNA LIST
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History of This Test Report
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■ No additional attachment.
□ Additional attachment were issued as following record:
Attachment No.
Issue Date
Description
230 207 253
20 0 35
FHSS (GFSK)
1
3
GFSK
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2. SUMMARY OF THE TEST RESULT
Applied Standard: ETSI EN 300 328 V1.7.1 (2006-10)
Part
Standard Clause
Description of Test
Result
Under Limit
4.1
5.7.2
Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power
Complies
1.72 dB
-
5.7.3
Power Spectral Density
-
-
4.2
5.7.4
Frequency Range
Complies
-
4.3
5.7.5
Transmitter Spurious Emissions
Complies
8.69 dB
4.4
5.7.6
Receiver Spurious Emissions
Complies
0.81 dB
Note: According to EN 300 328 V1.7.1, power spectral density shall not be tested on FHSS modulation.
Test Items
Uncertainty
Remark
Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power (Conducted)
±0.8dB
Power Spectral Density (Conducted)
±1.0dB
Frequency Range
±8.5×10
Confidence levels of 95%
Spurious Emissions – 30MHz~1000MHz (Radiated)
±2.6dB
Confidence levels of 95%
Spurious Emissions – 1GHz~18GHz (Radiated)
±2.6dB
Confidence levels of 95%
Temperature
±0.7℃
Confidence levels of 95%
Humidity
±3.2%
Confidence levels of 95%
DC / AC Power Source
±1.4%
Confidence levels of 95%
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Confidence levels of 95%
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3. GENERAL INFORMATION
3.1. Product Details
EUT is a Terminal with 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth radio functions. Only the radio detail of Bluetooth is shown
in the table below. For more detailed features description, please refer to the manufacturer’s
specifications or user’s manual.
Items
Description
Power Type
From host system
Modulation
FHSS (GFSK)
Data Rate (Mbps)
3
Frequency Band
2400 ~ 2483.5MHz
Channel Number
79
EIRP Power
8.28 dBm
Carrier Frequencies
Please refer to section 3.5
Antenna
Please refer to section 3.4
3.2. Medium Access Protocol
DUT’s medium access protocol has be implemented 802.11 standard ensures that all stations, both
radio-based network interface cards (NICs) and access points, implement access methods for sharing the
air medium. The 802.11 medium access protocols makes it mandatory that all stations implement the DCF,
a form of carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance (CSMA/CA). CSMA is a contention-based
protocol making certain that all stations first sense the medium before transmitting. The main goal is to
avoid having stations transmit at the same time, which results in collisions and corresponding
retransmissions.
3.3. Accessories
N/A
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3.4. Table for Filed Antenna
Ant.
Brand
Model Name
Antenna Type
Connector
Gain (dBi)
Remark
A
Micon
71306
Dipole Antenna
Reversed-SMA
2.93
TX/RX
B
MICHIGAN
PIFA Antenna
I-PEX
2.95
TX/RX
6036B0014401 (Main)
6036B0016901 (Aux)
Note: There are four types of EUT, the difference of each type as following description:
EUT 1. Two antenna connectors with two crystals
EUT 2. Two antenna connectors with one crystal
EUT 3. One antenna connector with two crystals
EUT 4. One antenna connector with one crystal
After pre-testing, EUT 1 generated the worst test result, so it was recorded in the report.
There are 12 sets of antenna provided to this EUT, please refer to Appendix C for further information.
Due to Ant. A and B mentioned above are the highest gain value among two different types, only
ant A and B were tested and recorded in this test report.
The EUT supports the antenna with TX/RX diversity function for WLAN and Bluetooth.
When Connector 1 is WLAN function, Connector 2 must be Bluetooth function.
Oppositely, if Connector 2 is WLAN function, Connector 1 must be Bluetooth function.
Connector 1: TX/RX
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3.5. Table for Carrier Frequencies
Frequency Band
Channel No.
Frequency
0
2402 MHz
1
2403 MHz
:
:
38
2440 MHz
39
2441 MHz
40
2442 MHz
:
:
77
2479 MHz
78
2480 MHz
2400~2483.5MHz
3.6. 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. Investigation has been
done on all the possible configurations for searching the worst cases. The following table is a list of the test
modes shown in this test report.
Test Items
Mode
Data Rate
Channel
Antenna
Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power
GFSK
3 Mbps
0/39/78
A/B
Frequency Range
GFSK
3 Mbps
0/78
A/B
TX Spurious Emissions (30MHz~1GHz)
GFSK
3 Mbps
0/78
A/B
RX Spurious Emissions (30MHz~1GHz)
GFSK
-
0/78
A/B
Transmitter Spurious Emissions (1GHz~12.75GHz)
GFSK
3 Mbps
0/78
A/B
Receiver Spurious Emissions (1GHz~12.75GHz)
GFSK
-
0/78
A/B
The following test modes were performed for all tests:
Mode 1. EUT 1 with Dipole Antenna
Mode 2. EUT 1 with PIFA Antenna
3.7. Table for Testing Locations
Test Site No.
Site Category
Location
Test Site No.
Site Category
Location
05CH01-HY
FAC
Hwa Ya
TH01-HY
OVEN Room
Hwa Ya
Open Area Test Site (OATS); Semi Anechoic Chamber (SAC); Fully Anechoic Chamber (FAC).
Please refer section 6 for Test Site Address.
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3.8. Table for Supporting Units
Support Unit
Brand
Model
FCC ID
Notebook
DELL
M1330
E2KWM3945ABG
3.9. Table for Parameters of Test Software Setting
During testing, Channel & 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 Antenna A>:
Power Parameters of Bluetooth
Test Software Version
Bluetest
Frequency
2402 MHz
2441 MHz
2480 MHz
BT
63
63
63
<For Antenna B>:
Power Parameters of Bluetooth
Test Software Version
Bluetest
Frequency
2402 MHz
2441 MHz
2480 MHz
BT
63
63
63
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3.10. Test Configurations
Test Mode: Mode 1
AC Main
ANT
USB x 2
DC
VGA
PS/2
LPT
RJ-45
RJ-11
2
2
EUT
Notebook
ANT
1. POWER CABLE, 260CM, NON-SHIELDED
2. ANT CABLE, 20 CM, SHIELDED
Test Mode: Mode 2
AC Main
ANT
USB x 2
DC
VGA
PS/2
LPT
RJ-45
RJ-11
2
2
EUT
Notebook
ANT
1. POWER CABLE, 260 CM, NON-SHIELDED
2. ANT CABLE, 80 CM, SHIELDED
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4. TEST RESULT
4.1. Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power Measurement
4.1.1. Limit
The equivalent isotropic radiated power is defined as the total power of the transmitter. The equivalent
isotropic radiated power shall be equal to or less than -10dBW (100 mW) e.i.r.p. This limit shall apply for
any combination of power level and intended antenna assembly.
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 power
meter.
Power Meter Parameter
Setting
Filter No.
Auto
Measurement time
0.135 s ~ 26 s
Used Average Sensor
NRV-Z51
4.1.3. Test Procedures
1.
Since a temporary antenna connector can be attached on the RF output port, so conducted
measurement method was used in this case.
2.
A wide band power meter with a matched thermocouple detector was used to directly measure the
output power from the RF output port of the EUT in continuously transmitting mode.
3.
The EIRP = A+G+10*log(1/x), where A is the power measured in (2), G is the gain of the antenna of
the EUT in dBi and x is the duty cycle of the EUT in continuously transmitting mode.
4.
The measurement shall be repeated at the lowest, the middle, and the highest channel of the stated
frequency range. These measurements shall also be performed at normal and extreme test
conditions.
4.1.4. Test Setup Layout
4.1.5. Test Deviation
There is no deviation with the original standard.
4.1.6. EUT Operation during Test
The EUT was programmed to be in continuously transmitting mode.
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4.1.7. Test Result
<For Antenna A>:
Temperature
20℃
Humidity
60%
Test Engineer
Jacky Ho
Configurations
Bluetooth
Test Date
Dec. 02, 2009
Average EIRP mean power (dBm)
Test Conditions
CH 0
CH 39
CH 78
T nom
(°C)
20 V nom (V)
230
7.84
7.01
6.24
T min
(°C)
0
V max (V)
253
8.26
7.45
6.68
V min
(V)
207
8.26
7.45
6.68
T max
(°C)
35
V max (V)
253
7.38
6.53
5.77
V min
207
7.38
6.53
5.77
(V)
Max mean Power
8.26
Limits
20 dBm (-10 dBW)
Result
Complies
<For Antenna B>:
Temperature
20℃
Humidity
60%
Test Engineer
Jacky Ho
Configurations
Bluetooth
Test Date
Dec. 02, 2009
Average EIRP mean power (dBm)
Test Conditions
CH 0
CH 39
CH 78
T nom
(°C)
20 V nom (V)
230
7.86
7.03
6.26
T min
(°C)
0
V max (V)
253
8.28
7.47
6.70
V min
(V)
207
8.28
7.47
6.70
T max
(°C)
35
V max (V)
253
7.40
6.55
5.79
V min
207
7.40
6.55
5.79
(V)
Max mean Power
8.28
Limits
20 dBm (-10 dBW)
Result
Complies
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4.2. Frequency Range Measurement
4.2.1. Limit
The frequency range of the equipment is determined by the lowest and highest frequencies occupied
by the power envelope. fH is the highest frequency of the power envelope: it is the frequency furthest
above the frequency of maximum power where the output power drops below the level of -80 dBm/Hz
e.i.r.p. spectral power density (-30 dBm if measured in a 100 kHz bandwidth). fL is the lowest frequency of
the power envelope; it is the frequency furthest below the frequency of maximum power where the
output power drops below the level equivalent to -80 dBm/Hz e.i.r.p. spectral power density (or -30 dBm if
measured in a 100 kHz bandwidth). The frequency range is determined by the lowest value of fL and the
highest value of fH resulting from the adjustment of the equipment to the lowest and highest operating
frequencies.
For all equipment, the frequency range shall lie within the band 2.4 GHz to 2.835 GHz (fL > 2.4 GHz and fH
< 2.4835 GHz).
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 spectrum
analyzer.
Spectrum Analyzer
Setting
Attenuation
20~30dB
Span Frequency
40MHz
RB
100 kHz
VB
100 kHz
Detector
Average
Trace
Average 50 sweeps
4.2.3. Test Procedures
1.
The transmitter output (antenna port) was connected to the spectrum analyzer.
2.
Added [x] dBi of antenna gain was on the spectrum analyzer.
3.
Place the spectrum analyzer in detector averaging mode with a minimum of 50 sweeps selected
and activate transmitter with modulation applied.
4.
Select lowest operating frequency of the equipment under test.
5.
Find lowest frequency below the operating frequency at which spectral power density drops below
-80 dBm/Hz e.i.r.p. (-30 dBm if measured in a 100 kHz bandwidth). This frequency shall be recorded
(fL).
6.
Select the highest operating frequency of the equipment under test.
7.
Find the highest frequency at which the spectral power density drops below-80 dBm/Hz e.i.r.p. (-30
dBm if measured in a 100 kHz bandwidth). This frequency shall be recorded (fH).
8.
These measurements shall also be performed at normal and extreme test conditions.
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4.2.4. Test Setup Layout
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
<For Antenna A>:
Temperature
20℃
Humidity
60%
Test Engineer
Jacky Ho
Configurations
Bluetooth
Test Date
Dec. 02, 2009
Frequency range (MHz)
Test Conditions
fL CH 0
fH CH 78
T nom (°C)
20 V nom (V)
230
2401.3000
2480.7180
T min
(°C)
0
V max (V)
253
2401.2950
2480.7400
V min
(V)
207
2401.2950
2480.7400
T max
(°C)
35
V max (V)
253
2401.3120
2480.7080
V min
207
2401.3120
2480.7080
Min. fL / Max. fH Band Edges
2401.2950
2480.7400
Limits
fL > 2400.0 MHz
fH < 2483.5 MHz
(V)
Result
Complies
<For Antenna B>:
Temperature
20℃
Humidity
60%
Test Engineer
Jacky Ho
Configurations
Bluetooth
Test Date
Dec. 02, 2009
Frequency range (MHz)
Test Conditions
fL CH 0
fH CH 78
T nom (°C)
20 V nom (V)
230
2401.3000
2480.7180
T min
(°C)
0
V max (V)
253
2401.2950
2480.7400
V min
(V)
207
2401.2950
2480.7400
T max
(°C)
35
V max (V)
253
2401.3120
2480.7080
V min
207
2401.3120
2480.7080
Min. fL / Max. fH Band Edges
2401.2950
2480.7400
Limits
fL > 2400.0 MHz
fH < 2483.5 MHz
Result
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4.3. Transmitter Spurious Emissions Measurement
4.3.1. Limit
Transmitter spurious emissions are emissions outside the frequency range(s) of the equipment as defined
in 2.4~2.4835GHz when the equipment is in Transmit mode and/or in Standby mode.
The spurious emissions of the transmitter shall not exceed the values in tables 1 and 2 in the indicated
bands.
Table 1 Transmitter limits for narrowband spurious emissions
Frequency Range (MHz)
Transmit Mode (dBm)
Standby Mode (dBm)
30~1000
-36
-57
1000~127500
-30
-47
1800~1900 / 5150~5300
-47
-47
Table 2 Transmitter limits for wideband spurious emissions
Frequency Range (MHz)
Transmit Mode (dBm/Hz)
Standby Mode (dBm/Hz)
30~1000
-86
-107
1000~12750
-80
-97
1800~1900 / 5150~5300
-97
-97
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 spectrum
analyzer.
Spectrum Analyzer
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Start Frequency
30 MHz
Stop Frequency
12750 MHz
Detector
Positive Peak
Span
100 MHz
Sweep Time
1s
RB / VB
100 kHz / 30 kHz
4.3.3. Test Procedures
1.
The EUT was placed on the top of the turntable in fully anechoic chamber.
2.
The test shall be made in the transmitting mode. The turntable was rotated by 360 degrees to
determine the position of the highest radiation.
3.
This measurement shall be repeated with the transmitter in standby mode where applicable.
4.
For 30~1000MHz spurious emissions measurement, the broad band bi-log receiving antenna was
placed 3 meters far away from the turntable. For 1~12.75GHz measurement, the receiving Horn
antenna was placed 1.5 meters far away from the turntable.
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5.
The broadband receiving antenna was fixed on the same height with the EUT to find each
suspected emissions of both horizontal and vertical polarization. Each recorded suspected value is
indicated as Read Level (Raw).
6.
Replace the EUT by standard antenna and feed the RF port by signal generator.
7.
Adjust the frequency of the signal generator to the suspected emission and slightly rotate the
turntable to locate the position with maximum reading.
8.
Adjust the power level of the signal generator to reach the same reading with Read Level (Raw).
9.
The level of the spurious emission is the power level of (8) plus the gain of the standard antenna in
dBi and minus the loss of the cable used between the signal generator and the standard antenna.
10. If the level calculated in (9) is higher than limit by more than 6dB, then lower the RBW of the spectrum
analyzer to 30KHz. If the level of this emission does not change by more than 2dB, then it is taken as
narrowband emission, otherwise, wideband emission.
11. The measurement shall be repeated at the lowest and the highest channel of the stated frequency
range.
4.3.4. Test Setup Layout
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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.
4.3.7. Results of Standby Mode Spurious Emissions
In the initial investigation on standby mode and receiving mode, no significant differences in spurious
emissions were observed between these 2 modes. Therefore, test data for standby mode was omitted in
this section.
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4.3.8. Results of Transmitter Spurious Emissions Below 1GHz
<For Antenna A>:
Temperature
23℃
Humidity
56%
Test Engineer
Sam Chen
Configurations
Bluetooth / CH 0
Horizontal
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Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that is lower by more than 6dB below the permissible value need not
to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Temperature
23℃
Humidity
56%
Test Engineer
Sam Chen
Configurations
Bluetooth / CH 78
Horizontal
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Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that is lower by more than 6dB below the permissible value need not
to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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<For Antenna B>:
Temperature
23℃
Humidity
56%
Test Engineer
Sam Chen
Configurations
Bluetooth / CH 0
Horizontal
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Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that is lower by more than 6dB below the permissible value need not
to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Temperature
23℃
Humidity
56%
Test Engineer
Sam Chen
Configurations
Bluetooth / CH 78
Horizontal
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Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that is lower by more than 6dB below the permissible value need not
to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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4.3.9. Results of Transmitter Spurious Emissions Above 1GHz
<For Antenna A>:
Temperature
23℃
Humidity
56%
Test Engineer
Sam Chen
Configurations
Bluetooth / CH 0
Horizontal
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Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that is lower by more than 6dB below the permissible value need not
to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Temperature
23℃
Humidity
56%
Test Engineer
Sam Chen
Configurations
Bluetooth / CH 78
Horizontal
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Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that is lower by more than 6dB below the permissible value need not
to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that is lower by more than 6dB below the permissible value need not
to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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4.4. Receiver Spurious Emissions Measurement
4.4.1. Limit
Receiver spurious emissions are emissions at any frequency when the equipment is in received mode.
The spurious emissions of the receiver shall not exceed the values in tables 1 and 2 in the indicated
bands.
Table 1 Receiver limits for narrowband spurious emissions
Frequency Range (MHz)
Limit (dBm)
30~1000
-57
1000~127500
-47
Table 2 Receiver limits for wideband spurious emissions
Frequency Range (MHz)
Limit (dBm)
30~1000
-107
1000~12750
-97
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 Analyzer
Setting
Attenuation
Auto
Start Frequency
30 MHz
Stop Frequency
12750 MHz
Detector
Positive Peak
Span
100 MHz
Sweep Time
1s
RB / VB
100 kHz / 30 kHz
4.4.3. Test Procedures
1.
The EUT was placed on the top of the turntable in fully anechoic chamber.
2.
The test shall be made in the receiving mode. The turntable was rotated by 360 degrees to
determine the position of the highest radiation.
3.
For 30~1000MHz spurious emissions measurement, the broad band bi-log receiving antenna was
placed 3 meters far away from the turntable. For 1~12.75GHz measurement, the receiving Horn
antenna was placed 1.5 meters far away from the turntable.
4.
The broadband receiving antenna was fixed on the same height with the EUT to find each
suspected emissions of both horizontal and vertical polarization. Each recorded suspected value is
indicated as Read Level (Raw).
5.
Replace the EUT by standard antenna and feed the RF port by signal generator.
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6.
Adjust the frequency of the signal generator to the suspected emission and slightly rotate the
turntable to locate the position with maximum reading.
7.
Adjust the power level of the signal generator to reach the same reading with Read Level (Raw).
8.
The level of the spurious emission is the power level of (7) plus the gain of the standard antenna in
dBi and minus the loss of the cable used between the signal generator and the standard antenna.
9.
The measurement shall be repeated at the lowest and the highest channel of the stated frequency
range.
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 receiving mode.
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4.4.7. Results of Receiver Spurious Emissions Below 1GHz
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to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Note:
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to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Vertical
Note:
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to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Vertical
Note:
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to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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4.4.8. Results of Receiver Spurious Emissions Above 1GHz
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Note:
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to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Vertical
Note:
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to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Vertical
Note:
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to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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Vertical
Note:
The amplitude of spurious emissions that is lower by more than 6dB below the permissible value need not
to be reported. Except fundamental harmonic emissions, other emissions listed have been verified as
narrow band spurious emissions.
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5. LIST OF MEASURING EQUIPMENTS
Instrument
Manufacturer
Model No.
Serial No.
Characteristics
Calibration
Date
Spectrum
Analyzer
R&S
FSEK30
100189
9 kHz - 40GHz
Nov. 25, 2009
Amplifier
Agilent
8447D
2944A11149
100kHz ~ 1.3GHz
Jul. 03, 2009
Amplifier
Agilent
8449B
3008A02096
1GHz ~ 26.5GHz
Mar. 09, 2009
Bilog Antenna
SCHAFFNER
CBL6111C
2737
25MHz ~ 2GHz
Jul. 11, 2009
Horn Antenna
COM-POWER
AH-118
10091
1GHz ~ 18GHz
Jan. 16, 2009
Signal Generator
R&S
SMR40
100116
10MHz ~ 40GHz
Mar. 09, 2009
RF Cable-R03m
Jye Bao
RG142
CB031
30MHz ~1GHz
Aug. 19, 2009
RF Cable-HIGH
SUHNER
SUCOFLEX 106
05CH01-HY
1GHz~26.5GHz
Jan. 16, 2009
Horn Antenna
SCHWARZBECK
BBHA9170
BBHA9170221
15GHz ~ 40GHz
Jan. 16, 2009
Turn Table
HD
DS 420
420/655/12
0 ~ 360 degree
N/A
Antenna Mast
HD
MA 240
240/569/12
1m~4m
N/A
Spectrum Analyzer
R&S
FSU26.5
100015
20Hz ~ 26.5GHz
Oct. 29, 2009
Power Meter
R&S
NRVS
100444
DC ~ 40GHz
Jul. 31, 2009
Power Sensor
R&S
NRV-Z51
100666
DC ~ 30GHz
Aug. 05, 2009
Power Sensor
R&S
NRV-Z32
100057
30MHz ~ 6GHz
Jul. 31, 2009
AC Power Source
HPC
HPA-500W
HPA-9100024
AC 0 ~ 300V
Jul. 12, 2009*
DC Power Source
G.W.
GPC-6030D
C671845
DC 1V ~ 60V
Mar. 13, 2009
Temp. and Humidity
Chamber
Giant Force
GTH-225-20-S
MAB0103-001
N/A
Aug. 06, 2009
RF CABLE-1m
Jye Bao
RG142
CB034-1m
20MHz ~ 7GHz
Nov. 30, 2009
RF CABLE-2m
Jye Bao
RG142
CB035-2m
20MHz ~ 1GHz
Nov. 30, 2009
Vector Signal
Generator
R&S
SMU200A
102098
100kHz ~ 6GHz
Feb. 13, 2009
Signal Generator
R&S
SMR40
100116
10MHz ~ 40GHz
Mar. 25, 2009
Remark
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Radiation
(05CH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Conducted
(TH01-HY)
Note: Calibration Interval of instruments listed above is one year. NCR: Non-Calibration required.
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6. TEST LOCATION
SHIJR
HWA YA
LINKOU
DUNGHU
JUNGHE
NEIHU
JHUBEI
ADD
:
6Fl., No. 106, Sec. 1, Shintai 5th Rd., Shijr City, Taipei, Taiwan 221, R.O.C.
TEL
:
886-2-2696-2468
FAX
:
886-2-2696-2255
ADD
:
No. 52, Hwa Ya 1st Rd., Kwei-Shan Hsiang, Tao Yuan Hsien, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL
:
886-3-327-3456
FAX
:
886-3-318-0055
ADD
:
No. 30-2, Dingfu Tsuen, Linkou Shiang, Taipei, Taiwan 244, R.O.C
TEL
:
886-2-2601-1640
FAX
:
886-2-2601-1695
ADD
:
No. 3, Lane 238, Kangle St., Neihu Chiu, Taipei, Taiwan 114, R.O.C.
TEL
:
886-2-2631-4739
FAX
:
886-2-2631-9740
ADD
:
7Fl., No. 758, Jungjeng Rd., Junghe City, Taipei, Taiwan 235, R.O.C.
TEL
:
886-2-8227-2020
FAX
:
886-2-8227-2626
ADD
:
4Fl., No. 339, Hsin Hu 2nd Rd., Taipei 114, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL
:
886-2-2794-8886
FAX
:
886-2-2794-9777
ADD
:
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
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APPENDIX A. Photographs of EUT
SPORTON International Inc.
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EUT 1.
Two antenna connectors
with two crystals
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EUT 2.
Two antenna connectors
with one crystal
SPORTON International Inc.
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EUT 3.
One antenna connector
with two crystals
SPORTON International Inc.
TEL : 886-2-2696-2468
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EUT 4.
One antenna connector
with one crystal
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SPORTON International Inc.
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Dipole Antenna
SPORTON International Inc.
TEL : 886-2-2696-2468
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PIFA Antenna
SPORTON International Inc.
TEL : 886-2-2696-2468
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Appendix B. Test Photos
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1. Photographs of Test Configuration
Test Mode: Mode 1
FRONT VIEW
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Appendix C. Antenna List
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Table for Filed Antenna
Antenna
Item
Gain with
cable loss
(Peak)
Note
Brand
P/N
1
Dipole Main and Aux.(cable loss 0.5dB)
Micon
71306
2.93
2
PIFA
Main and Aux. for 2 connector
MICHIGAN
Main Antenna: 6036B0014401
Main: 2.95
Aux Antenna: 6036B0016901
Aux.: 2.95
3
PIFA
TX and RX
4
PIFA
TX1 and RX 2
5
PIFA
TX1 and RX 2
6
PIFA
TX1 and RX 2
7
PIFA
TX1 and RX 2
8
PIFA
Main and Aux.
Well Green
C4800_WM-1
2.6
9
PIFA
Main and Aux.
Well Green
C4500 WM-1
2.46
10 PIFA
Main and Aux.
Well Green
C4500 WM-2
2.91
11 PIFA
TX1 and RX 2
VSO
C4500 821 103 01211150
TX1: 1.22
12 PIFA
Main and Aux.
FAVORTRON TX: W870CU K05007009701
TX: 1.66
RX: W870CU K05007009801
RX: 0.53
FAVORTRON W860CU N01001146001
TX1: 1.23
RX 2: 2.08
Well Green
W830T SK840WMPB01+B
TX1: 1.39
RX2: 1.88
FAVORTRON TX1: W760TUN N01001136001
TX1: 2.70
RX2: W760TUN N01001137001
RX2: 2.48
R130T SKR13WMPB01+A
TX1: 0.92
Well Green
RX2: 0.41
RX2: -0.23
Well Green
6-23-7M815-011
0.78
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