RTTE TCF

RTTE TCF

Product description:

Wireless Router

Manufacture:

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

Brand:

ASUS

Type/model number:

WL-500g

Technical Construction file in accordance with R&TTE Annex IV

Under the provisions if Annex IV point 4 of the R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the council of 9 March on Radio equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment

(R&TTE directive) and the mutual recognition of their conformity,

We, the undersigned,

Company

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Address, City

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Country

Taiwan 112

Phone number

886-2-28943447

Fax number

886-2-28950113

E-mail

[email protected]

Have established a Technical Construction File as specified below to be presented to the Notified Body for his opinion and to be kept available to the relevant national authorities of any Member State for inspection purpose:

Item number Technical Document description

01

02

Technical File in accordance with R&TTE directive Annex II point 4

Declaration of conformity to specific test suites described in R&TTE directive Annex III

For the following product:

Product Description / Supplementary Info

Wireless Router

Manufacturer

Brand

Type

ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.

ASUS

WL-500g

The Technical Construction File as specified above will be kept for a period ending at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured at the disposal of the relevant national authorities of any

Member State for inspection purpose,

Draw up in

Taiwan

Data

2003/5/22

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Taiwan 112

Signature & company stamp

LawrenceYu / R&D Engineer

Technical Construction file in accordance with R&TTE Annex II Point 4

Under the provisions if Annex II point 4 of the R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the council of 9 March on Radio equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment

(R&TTE directive) and the mutual recognition of their conformity,

We, the undersigned,

Company

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Address, City

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Country

Taiwan 112

Phone number

886-2-28943447

Fax number

886-2-28950113

E-mail

[email protected]

Have established a Technical Construction File as specified below to enable assessment of the product conformity with the essential requirements of the R&TTE directive:

Item number Technical Document description

01

02a

02b

02c

02d

02e

02f

03a

03b

04

05

Block diagram

Circuit diagram

PCB layout

Part list

Exterior photographs

Interior photographs

Label information

Technical description

User manual

R&TTE standard list

RF-EMC-LVD test report and corresponding annexes

06

07

Copy of the R&TTE Declaration of Conformity (DOC)

Product Quality Assurance documents

For the following product:

Product Description / Supplementary Info

Wireless Router

Manufacturer

Brand

Type

ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.

ASUS

WL-500g

The Technical File as specified above will be kept for a period ending at least 10 years after the last product has been manufactured at the disposal of the relevant national authorities of any Member State for inspection purpose,

Draw up in

Taiwan

Data

2003/5/22

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Taiwan 112

Signature & company stamp

LawrenceYu / R&D Engineer

Block Diagram

BCM2050

HHM1520

MMPA742G BPF

AS-179

Switch

AS-179

Switch

HHM1520

BCM4306

EEPROM

Mini-PCI interface

Circuit Diagram

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MINIPCI_INTERFACE

MINIPCI_INTERFACE.SCH

VCC1_8

LED_WLAN_ACTIVITY

RF_DIS_FILT_L

LED_WLAN24_RADIOSTATE

MPCIACT_L

COEX2_WLAN_ACTIVE

COEX1_BT_ACTIVE

VCC1_8

COEX1_BT_ACTIVE

COEX2_WLAN_ACTIVE

MPCIACT_L

LED_WLAN24_RADIOSTATE

RF_DIS_FILT_L

LED_WLAN_ACTIVITY

LA1

ASUS LOGO 1

2

CA1

G G

4

G G

SHIELDING

3

ASUS LOGO

802.11G_RADIO

80211G_RADIO.SCH

GPIO5

GPIO6

G_RX_IN

G_TX_OUT

GPHY_ANT_SELN

GPHY_ANT_SELP

TR_SW_RX_PU

TR_SW_TX_PU

GPHY_TX_PU

XTAL_PU_2050

CLK_2050 GPHY_TSSI

CLK_2050

XTAL_PU_2050

GPIO6

GPIO5

POWER_MIS

POWER_MIS.SCH

CLK_2050

XTAL_PU_2050

GPIO6

GPIO5

VCC1_8

COEX1_BT_ACTIVE

COEX2_WLAN_ACTIVE

MPCIACT_L

LED_WLAN24_RADIOSTATE

RF_DIS_FILT_L

LED_WLAN_ACTIVITY

GPIO9

G_RX_IN

G_TX_OUT

GPHY_ANT_SELN

GPHY_ANT_SELP

TR_SW_RX_PU

TR_SW_TX_PU

GPHY_TX_PU

GPHY_TSSI

802.11G_RF_FRONT_END

80211G_RF_FRONT_END.SCH

G_RX_IN

G_TX_OUT

GPHY_ANT_SELN

GPHY_ANT_SELP

TR_SW_RX_PU

TR_SW_TX_PU

GPHY_TX_PU

GPHY_TSSI

GPIO9

GPIO9

1.Shift compoenets's clearence to accptable distance

2.Adding a feature for only one antenna which means a SW may be dropped

3.Adding a LDO 1.8V regulator to replace LM2612

4.Flexible control MAIN and AUX route by hardware

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RF_DIS_FILT_L

L1

K2

K4

K3

N1

L3

M2

L4

P1

M4

M3

N2

N5

P5

J2

J4

K1

J3

T4

R5

T5

N6

P6

R6

P7

R7

N7

T7

P8

T8

N8

N9

PCI_AD31

PCI_AD30

PCI_AD29

PCI_AD28

PCI_AD27

PCI_AD26

PCI_AD25

PCI_AD24

PCI_AD23

PCI_AD22

PCI_AD21

PCI_AD20

PCI_AD19

PCI_AD18

PCI_AD17

PCI_AD16

PCI_AD15

PCI_AD14

PCI_AD13

PCI_AD12

PCI_AD11

PCI_AD10

PCI_AD9

PCI_AD8

PCI_AD7

PCI_AD6

PCI_AD5

PCI_AD4

PCI_AD3

PCI_AD2

PCI_AD1

PCI_AD0

U11A

PCI_AD_31

PCI_AD_30

PCI_AD_29

PCI_AD_28

PCI_AD_27

PCI_AD_26

PCI_AD_25

PCI_AD_24

PCI_AD_23

PCI_AD_22

PCI_AD_21

PCI_AD_20

PCI_AD_19

PCI_AD_18

PCI_AD_17

PCI_AD_16

PCI_AD_15

PCI_AD_14

PCI_AD_13

BCM4306

BGA256_1MM

PCI INTERFACE

PCI_CBE_3_L

PCI_CBE_2_L

PCI_CBE_1_L

PCI_CBE_0_L

PCI_FRAME_L

PCI_IRDY_L

PCI_TRDY_L

PCI_DEVSEL_L

PCI_STOP_L

PCI_PERR_L

PCI_SERR_L

PCI_PAR

PCI_AD_12

PCI_AD_11

PCI_AD_10

PCI_AD_9

PCI_AD_8

PCI_AD_7

PCI_AD_6

PCI_AD_5

PCI_AD_4

PCI_AD_3

PCI_AD_2

PCI_AD_1

PCI_AD_0

PCI_INT_L

PCI_RST_L

PCI_CLK

PCI_PME_L

PCI_IDSEL

PCI_REQ_L

PCI_GNT_L

CSTSCHG

PCI_CLKRUN_L

BCM4306MP

T1

P2

R2

P3

P4

R3

T2

L2

R1

R4

T6

T3

H2

G4

N3

G2

M1

H3

J1

C3

P9

RF_DIS_FILT_L

C124

10UF

COEX2_WLAN_ACTIVE

PCI_CBE3L

PCI_CBE2L

PCI_CBE1L

PCI_CBE0L

PCI_FRAMEL

PCI_IRDYL

PCI_TRDYL

PCI_DEVSELL

PCI_STOPL

PCI_PERRL

PCI_SERRL

PCI_PAR

PCI_INTL

PCI_RSTL

PCI_CLK

PCI_PMEL

PCI_IDSEL

PCI_REQL

PCI_GNTL

PCI_CLKRUNL

R46

1K

C122

0.01UF

PCI3_3

VCC3_3

R45

10K

LED_WLAN_ACTIVITY

COEX2_WLAN_ACTIVE

VCC1_8

R38

0

VCC1_8

PCI_CLK

PCI_REQL

PCI_AD31

PCI_AD29

PCI_AD27

PCI_AD25

PCI_CBE3L

PCI_AD23

PCI_AD21

PCI_AD19

PCI_AD17

PCI_CBE2L

PCI_IRDYL

PCI_CLKRUNL

PCI_SERRL

PCI_PERRL

PCI_CBE1L

PCI_AD14

PCI_AD12

PCI_AD10

PCI_AD8

PCI_AD7

PCI_AD5

PCI_AD3

PCI_AD1

LED_WLAN_ACTIVITY

L12

?(BEAD)

C146

?(CAP)

C71

?(CAP)

J3

TIP

8PMJ-3

8PMJ-6

8PMJ-7

8PMJ-8

LED1-GRNP

LED1-GRNN

CHSGND

INTB#

3.3V

RESERVED2

GND

CLK

GND

REQ#

3.3V

AD31

AD29

GND

AD27

AD25

RESERVED5

CBE3#

AD23

GND

AD21

AD19

GND

AD17

CBE2#

IRDY#

3.3V

CLKRUN#

SERR#

GND

PERR#

CBE1#

AD14

GND

AD12

AD10

GND

AD8

AD7

3.3V

AD5

RESERVED6

AD3

5V

AD1

GND

AC_SYNC

AC_SDATA_IN

AC_BIT_CLK

AC_CODEC_ID1#

MOD_AUDIO_MON

AUDIO_GND

SYS_AUDIO_OUT

SYS_AUDIO_OUT GND

AUDIO_GND

RESERVED8

VCC5VA

101

103

105

107

109

111

113

115

87

89

91

93

95

97

99

117

119

121

123

79

81

83

85

71

73

75

77

57

59

61

63

65

67

69

43

45

47

49

51

53

55

35

37

39

41

27

29

31

33

19

21

23

25

11

13

15

17

5

7

9

1

3

MINI_PCI

AD6

AD4

AD2

AD0

RESERVED-WIP1

RESERVED-WIP2

GND

M66EN

AC_SDATA_OUT

AC_CODEC_ID0#

AC_RESET#

RESERVED7

GND

SYS_AUDIO_IN

SYS_AUDIO_IN GND

AUDIO_GND

MPCIACT#

3.3VAUX

AD16

GND

FRAME#

TRDY#

STOP#

3.3V

DEVSEL#

GND

AD15

AD13

AD11

GND

AD9

CBE0#

3.3V

RING

8PMJ-1

8PMJ-2

8PMJ-4

8PMJ-5

LED2-YELP

LED2-YELN

RESERVED1

5V

INTA#

RESERVED3

3.3VAUX

RST#

3.3V

GNT#

GND

PME#

RESERVED4

AD30

3.3V

AD28

AD26

AD24

IDSEL

GND

AD22

AD20

PAR

AD18

102

104

106

108

110

112

114

116

88

90

92

94

96

98

100

80

82

84

86

72

74

76

78

58

60

62

64

66

68

70

118

120

122

124

44

46

48

50

52

54

56

36

38

40

42

28

30

32

34

20

22

24

26

12

14

16

18

2

4

6

8

10

VAUX

LED_WLAN24_RADIO

PCI_INTL

PCI_RSTL

PCI_GNTL

PCI_PMEL

PCI_AD30

PCI_AD28

PCI_AD26

PCI_AD24

PCI_IDSEL

PCI_AD22

PCI_AD20

PCI_PAR

PCI_AD18

PCI_AD16

PCI_FRAMEL

PCI_TRDYL

PCI_STOPL

PCI_DEVSELL

PCI_AD15

PCI_AD13

PCI_AD11

PCI_AD9

PCI_CBE0L

PCI_AD6

PCI_AD4

PCI_AD2

PCI_AD0

MPCIACT_L

R58

0

R47

1K

R37

0

MPCIACT_L

R71

0

LED_WLAN24_RADIO

COEX1_BT_ACTIVE

R36

10K(1%)

COEX1_BT_ACTIVE

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C103

22UF

1

VCC3_3

C97

0.1UF

1

2

3

U10

VCC

GND

ON_OFF

VOUT

BYPASS

LP2985AIM5-1.8

5

4

VCC_RADIO

C144

22UF

C86

0.01UF

C80

4.7UF

2

GPHY_SRI_E

GPHY_SRI_C

GPHY_SRI_DI

GPHY_SRI_DO

GPHY_BPWR

C25

?(22PF)

C22

?(22PF)

C20

?(22PF)

C30

?(22PF)

C50

?(22PF)

G_RX_IN

G_RX_IN 1

6

2

U7

SE

NC

GND

DIFF2

DIFF2

GND

HHM-1520

4

3

5

C1

36PF

C32

36PF

R8

10M

G_TX_OUT

G_TX_OUT 1

6

2

U4

SE

NC

GND

DIFF2

DIFF2

GND

HHM-1520

4

3

5

L4

2.4nH

L3

2.0nH

L2

2.0nH

Y1

WRSSI_2050

VCC_RADIO

NRSSI_2050

VCC_RADIO

R64

R65

R17

499(1%)

R66

R67

R25

499(1%)

R21

0

C46

120PF

R30

0

C61

120PF

1

20MHz,10PPM

C23

L1

?(3.3NH)

10PF

C26

10PF

3 4 5 6

R2

221(1%)

2

VCC_RADIO

27

28

9

8

4

5

VCC_RADIO

RF_INP

RF_INN

XTAL_OUT

XTAL_IN

PA_OUTP

PA_OUTN

U6

C40

0.01UF

C31

0.1UF

C19

0.01UF

C15

0.01UF

C11

1000PF

C8

0.1UF

BCM2050

GPHY_CMOUT

VCC2050IO

C9

0.1UF

C7

0.01UF

C6

0.01UF

C14

1000PF

C16

0.1UF

C34

0.1UF

FLTR_RX_CTRL

FLTR_RX_CTRL_LPF

AGX_RX_CTR10

AGX_RX_CTR11

AGX_RX_CTR12

AGX_RX_CTR13

AGX_RX_CTR14

AGX_RX_CTR15

TX_ANA_IN_IP

TX_ANA_IN_IN

TX_ANA_IN_QP

TX_ANA_IN_QN

SRI_DI

SRI_C

SRI_E

SRI_DO

SYS_CLK

BPWR

WRSSIA

NRSSIA

RX_ANA_OUT_QP

RX_ANA_OUT_QN

RX_ANA_OUT_IP

RX_ANA_OUT_IN

TX_PU

RX_PU

XTAL_PU

SYNTH_PU

R4

10K

VCC2050IO

R3

2K87(1%)

R1

0

C10

150PF

1

54

53

55

37

33

43

2

56

39

40

41

42

44

45

51

50

49

48

47

46

11

12

14

13

36

35

34

FLTR_CTRL_2050

FLTR_CTRL_LPF_2050

GPHY_AGC_0

GPHY_AGC_1

GPHY_AGC_2

GPHY_AGC_3

GPHY_AGC_4

GPHY_AGC_5

GPHY_TX_IP

GPHY_TX_IN

GPHY_TX_QP

GPHY_TX_QN

GPHY_SRI_DI

GPHY_SRI_C

GPHY_SRI_E

GPHY_SRI_DO

CLK_2050

GPHY_BPWR

WRSSI_2050

NRSSI_2050

GPHY_RX_QP

GPHY_RX_QN

GPHY_RX_IP

GPHY_RX_IN

GPHY_TX_PU

GPHY_RX_PU

XTAL_PU_2050

GPHY_SYNTH_PU

R5

4K7

C2

150PF

C3

2700PF

C53

22PF

C54

22PF

C55

22PF

C56

22PF

C57

22PF

C58

22PF

C52

22PF

AVDDPHY

C60

0.1UF

C59

22PF

FLTR_RX_CTRL=GPHY_FLTR_RX_CTRL

U11B

GPHY_CMOUT

FLTR_RX_CTRL

FLTR_RX_CTRL_LPF

GPHY_AGC_0

GPHY_AGC_1

GPHY_AGC_2

GPHY_AGC_3

GPHY_AGC_4

GPHY_AGC_5

GPHY_TX_IP

GPHY_TX_IN

GPHY_TX_QP

GPHY_TX_QN

GPHY_SRI_DO

GPHY_SRI_C

GPHY_SRI_E

GPHY_SRI_DI

B14

A6

B7

B10

C10

D10

A11

B11

C11

D14

E14

D16

D15

B8

A7

D8

A8

GPHY_CMOUT

FLTR_RX_CTRL

FLTR_RX_CTRL_LPF

AGC_RX_CTL_0

AGC_RX_CTL_1

AGC_RX_CTL_2

AGC_RX_CTL_3

AGC_RX_CTL_4

AGC_RX_CTL_5

GPHY_TXP_I

GPHY_TXN_I

GPHY_TXP_Q

GPHY_TXN_Q

SRI_DO

SRI_C

SRI_E

SRI_DI

BCM4306MP

802.11G

RADIO I/F

GPHY_BPWR C7

A5

BPWR

PA_RAMP

GPHY_RX_QP

GPHY_RX_QN

GPHY_RX_IP

GPHY_RX_IN

A15

B15

B16

A16

GPHY_RXP_Q

GPHY_RXN_Q

GPHY_RXP_I

GPHY_RXN_I

GPHY_TX_PU

GPHY_RX_PU

GPHY_SYNTH_PU

A10

A9

D9

TX_PU

RX_PU

SYNTH_PU

GPHY_ANT_SELN

GPHY_ANT_SELP

C51

22PF

R52

41K2

R31

GPHY_ANT_SELN

GPHY_ANT_SELP

GPHY_TEMPRSSI

GPHY_NRSSI

GPHY_WRSSI

C143

GPHY_TSSI

TR_SW_TX_PU

A12

B12

C16

C14

C15

D13

B9

C9

ANT_SELN

ANT_SELP

GPHY_TEMPRSSI

GPHY_NRSSI

GPHY_WRSSI

GPHY_TSSI

TR_SW_RX_PU

TR_SW_TX_PU

BCM4306MP

GPHY_TSSI

TR_SW_RX_PU

TR_SW_TX_PU

GPHY_TX_PU

C47

22PF

C43

22PF

R14

C39

22PF

C38

22PF

VCC2050IO

4K7

XTAL_PU_2050

GPIO5

GPIO6

GPIO5

GPIO6

R61

?(0)

R60

?(0)

FLTR_CTRL_2050

FLTR_CTRL_LPF_2050

R63

FLTR_RX_CTRL

0

R62

FLTR_RX_CTRL_LPF

0

FLTR_RX_CTRL=GPHY_FLTR_RX_CTRL

GPHY_WRSSI

R22

?(1K2)

VCC3_3

BLM15AG121PN1

L11

TB100505U121

C82

GPHY_NRSSI 0.01UF

VCC2050IO

C17

0.1UF

R26

?(1K2)

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RF_MAIN

J1

UFL_ANTENNA

2 3

3 2

ANT1

DIPOLE

RF_AUX

J2

UFL_ANTENNA

2 3

3

C151, C152:Adding a feature for only one antenna which means a SW may be dropped

R69,R70 Flexible control MAIN and AUX route by hardware

R70

?(33)

R56

1M(1%)

R55

1M(1%)

C5

6P2F

C4

TARGET_Z0=50

1

2

3

6P2F

U1

RF1 VC1

GND RFC

RF2 VC2

C109

AS-179

6P2F

7PF C150

C147

7PF

4

5

6

C13

33PF

C12

33PF

R10

?(10K)

R7

33

R6

33

R69

R9

?(10K)

?(33) original : selp

GPHY_ANT_SELN

GPHY_ANT_SELP original : seln

GPHY_ANT_SELN

C24

6P2F

GPHY_ANT_SELP

C152

C149

?

L9

3N9H

?(6P2F)

VCCGPA_CTL

PCI3_3

L7

BLM18AG121SN1

VCCGPA_CTL

C45

10UF

C49

10UF

C42

0.1UF

1

2

3

U8

VCC

GND

VOUT

ON_OFF BYPASS

LP298529

5

4

R16

4K7

C37

0.01UF

VCC2_9

C29

0.1UF

1

C35

10UF

R13

10K

Q1

MMBT3904

1

Q2

S

G

D

FDN338P

TR_SW_TX_PU

TR_SW_TX_PU

TARGET_Z0=50

R12

33

TARGET_Z0=50

C151

?(6P2F)

TR_SW_RX_PU

TR_SW_RX_PU

R11

33

2

3

R29

24

C140

?(33PF)

1

2

3

R20

4K7

VCCGPA

GPHY_TX_PU

GPHY_TX_PU

R24

?(0)

C28

6P2F

C70

47PF

R28

10K C27

6P2F

GPIO9

R57

?

R68

10K(1%)

G_TX_OUT

VCCGPA

VCC2_9

G_TX_OUT

2

RF_IN RF_OUT

U2

7

MMPA742G

C33

33PF

4

5

6

U5

VC1

RFC

RF1

GND

VC2 RF2

AS-179

C18

33PF

U15

FIN

GND

SHDN_I

?(LT5505)

VCC

VOUT

C69

0.1UF

R51

?(560)

5

4

1

2

3

VCC_PD_OPAMP

C141

?(0.1UF)

C142

?(100PF)

R50

?(20K)

C77

10UF

PCI3_3

L8

MPZ2012S221A

4

1

U3

IN

GND

OUT

GND

LFB212G45

2

3

C36

6P2F

C21

6P2F

G_PA_OUT

G_RX_IN

G_RX_IN

PD_OPAMP_IN

VCC_PD_OPAMP

VCC_RADIO

R27

2K15(1%)

R15

R19

1K54(1%)

10K(1%)

C41

0.1UF

1

3

1

3

4

U9

4 GPHY_TSSI

C74

0.1UF

C78

10UF

PCI3_3

L6

MMZ1608S-601-A

GPHY_TSSI

LMV321M7

C44

0.01UF

R18

100K(1%)

PD_OPAMP_IN

R23

A

1 2 3 4

6P8F

Title

5

Size

B

Date:

File:

Number

21-Mar-2003 Sheet of

6

Revision

D

C

B

A

D

C

B

A

1 2 3 4 5 6

1

U11C

APHY_AGND

APHY_AGND

APHY_AGND

APHY_AGND

GPHY_AGND

GPHY_AGND

GPHY_AGND

GPHY_AGND

AGND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND

PLLGND

L14

K10

L7

L8

L9

L10

M8

J10

J9

K7

K8

K9

J6

J7

J8

G8

G9

G10

H6

H7

H8

H9

H10

F8

F9

F10

G6

G7

H11

J11

K11

K12

D12

E11

F11

G11

E15

BCM4306MP

POWER/GND

AVDDPHY

AVDD_GPHY

AVDD_GPHY

AVDD_GPHY

AVDD_GPHY

AVDD_APHY

AVDD_APHY

AVDD_APHY

AVDD_APHY

AVDD

AVDD

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDCORE

VDDBUS

VDDBUS

VDDBUS

VDDBUS

VDDBUS

VDDBUS

VDDIO

VDDIO

VDDIO

VDDIO

VDDIO

VDDIO

VDDIO

VDDIO

VDDIO

VDDIO

VESD

VESD

VESD

PLLDVDD

NC

E12

E13

F12

F13

G12

H12

J12

K13

K14

L13

VCC1_8

H4

N4

R8

E16

E4

E5

E6

E7

E8

G5

L11

L12

M10

M11

H5

J5

K5

L5

M5

M6

E9

E10

F5

F6

F7

K6

L6

M7

M9

M12

VCC3_3

VDDPLL

H1

BCM4306MP

2

C125

10UF

VAUX

C121

10UF

PCI3_3

C118

0.01UF

VAUX

C68

0.1UF

1

2

3

4

R53

10K(1%)

1

2

3

4

R41

0

U13

VCC1

VCC1

VCC2

VCC2

HYS

VOUT

VOUT

GND

C112

?(10UF)

C119

?(0.01UF)

?(CMPWR025)

VCC3_3

R54

U14

EN GND

8

IN GND

7

OUT GND

6

ADJ GND

MIC37102-1.8BM

5

22K6(1%)

VCC3_3

8

7

6

5

R49

10K

R48

10K

R39

?(1K)

C91

?(10UF)

C99

?(0.01UF)

LED_WLAN_ACTIVITY

LED_WLAN24_RADIO

MPCIACT_L

COEX1_BT_ACTIVE

COEX2_WLAN_ACTIVE

XTAL_PU_2050

C94

0.1UF

GPIO6

XTAL_PU_2050

VCC3_3

8

7

6

5

LED_WLAN_ACTIVITY

LED_WLAN24_RADIO

GPIO5

GPIO5

GPIO6

COEX1_BT_ACTIVE

COEX2_WLAN_ACTIVE

GPIO9

GPIO9

R40

0

MPCIACT_L

RF_DIS_FILT_L

T14

P12

T13

N12

R12

T12

R11

P11

N11

N10

R10

T11

P10

T10

R9

T9

R44

F1

E3

U12

VCC

NC

NC

GND

CS

SK

DI

DO

M93C46WDW6T

?(10K)

1

2

3

4

F4

F2

G1

F3

R59

0

VCC1_8

C106

10UF

C113

10UF

U11D

GPIO_0

GPIO_1

GPIO_2

GPIO_3

GPIO_4

GPIO_5

GPIO_6

GPIO_7

GPIO_8

GPIO_9

GPIO_10

GPIO_11

GPIO_12

GPIO_13

GPIO_14

GPIO_15

BOOTROM_SCL

BOOTROM_SDA

SPROM_CS

SPROM_CLK

SPROM_DOUT

SPROM_DIN

BCM4306MP

JTAG_TRST_L

RF_DISABLE_L

PLL_POWERDOWN

FREF

PCMCIA_SEL

EXT_POR_L

TEST_SE

BCM4306MP

GPIO/SPROM/JTAG

TDO

TDI

TCK

TMS

D11

C12

A14

C13

B13

RF_DIS_FILT_L

C8

A13

G13

RF_DIS_FILT_L

R35

R32

?(4K7)

1K(1%)

VCC3_3

CLK_2050

C145

L15

R13

R15

R34

4K7

12PF

R33

1K2(1%)

L10

BLM18AG121SN1

AVDDPHY

C76

10UF

C83

1UF

L5

BLM18AG121SN1

C72

2.2UF

C63

0.01UF

C84

0.01UF

C87

0.01UF

VDDPLL

C88

0.1UF

C79

0.01UF

C75

0.1UF

C62

0.01UF

C64

0.1UF

C131 C132 C65

R42

?(0)

R43

?(0)

CLK_2050

C66

0.1UF

D

C

B

Regulator Stuffing Options

C101

10UF

C93

1UF

vddcore_bulk_decoupling

VCC1_8

C105

0.01UF

C134

LM2619

U14:NS LM2619ATL

C136 C89

?(0.1UF) 0.01UF

C108

0.1UF

C129

0.01UF

C128

0.1UF

C107

0.01UF

C110

0.1UF

C92

0.01UF

C95

0.1UF

NO_LOAD: R53, R54

C109: 300PF

R57: 39K2

VCC3_3

R58: 22K1

R59: 4K42

LM2612

U14:NS LM2612ABLX/S5000170

NO_LOAD: C109, R57, R58

R53, R54, R59: 0 ohm

VCC3_3

C90

1UF

C123

10UF

C130

0.01UF

C138 C139

?(0.01UF)

C111

0.01UF

C115

0.1UF

C117

0.01UF

C127

0.1UF

C102

0.01UF

C98

0.01UF

C116

0.1UF

C100

1UF

C85

10UF

C114

0.01UF

C135 C133

?(0.01UF)

C137 C104

?(0.01UF)

C67

0.01UF

C73

0.1UF

C81

0.01UF

C96

0.1UF

C120

0.01UF

C126

0.1UF

A

Title

3 4 5

Size

B

Date:

File:

Number

21-Mar-2003

D:\PCB&SCH\..\POWER_MIS.SCH

Sheet of

Drawn By:

6

Revision

PCB Layout

Bill of Materials (Part List)

WL-500B BOM1

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:50 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:1

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PB 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ----------------------

10 11-033410400 P PCS 6.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP 0.1UF/25V (0603) Y5V (104)

+80%-20% C125,C127,C128,C130,

C133,C134,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

20 11-034110461 P PCS 28.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP 0.1UF/10V (0402) X5R (104)

10% TAIYO C129,C135,C136,C138,

C139,C140,C144,C162,

C163,C164,C168,C170,

C171,C177,C189,C190,

C191,C192,C193,C194,

C195,C196,C197,C198,

C199,C200,C201,C202,

QVL:TYIAO,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

================================================================================

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:1

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ----------------------

10 10-003400000 P PCS 24.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 0 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% L16,L17,R1,R110,

R115,R136,R150,R165,

R167,R172,R174,R186,

R195,R197,R200,R209,

R218,R222,R224,R240,

R47,R63,R71,R76,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

20 07-014000002 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

POLYSWITCH miniSMDC075-2 750mA

RAYCHEM F2,

MARKING:7 x 7

QVL:RAYCHEM,

30 09-010070100 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 Y N

FERRITE BEAD SMD(1206)70OHM/3A

A TYPE L14,LB7,

QVL:KINGCORE,MAG LAYERS,

40 10-003411227 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 1.27K OHM 1/10W(0603)

1% R117,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,

50 10-003401010 P PCS 12.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 100 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R106,R125,R171,R211,

R212,R213,R214,R215,

R216,R23,R56,R93,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

60 11-033410400 P PCS 56.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP 0.1UF/25V (0603) Y5V (104)

+80%-20% C103,C117,C118,C119,

C120,C121,C122,C123,

C124,C126,C131,C132,

C142,C143,C167,C169,

C176,C179,C18,C182,

C186,C187,C188,C19,

C20,C21,C22,C38,C40,

C41,C42,C43,C45,C46,

C49,C53,C60,C61,C62,

C63,C64,C65,C66,C67,

C69,C72,C73,C75,C76,

C78,C81,C87,C89,C92,

C97,C99,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

================================================================================

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:2

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ----------------------

70 11-031110100 P PCS 4.0000 03/04/23 N C

CAP 100P/2KV (1808) NPO (101)

10% C100,C77,C88,C94,

QVL:(C)SYFER,(C)HEC,

80 10-003401030 P PCS 25.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 10K OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R10,R11,R12,R127,

R129,R130,R138,R14,

R147,R158,R162,R18,

R19,R20,R201,R204,

R239,R37,R57,R66,R7,

R83,R84,R86,R9,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

90 10-003411030 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 10K OHM 1/10W (0603)

1% R26,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,

100 10-063301030 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

CHIP RES. ARRAY 10K OHM (0603)

4R8P YCN/AB TYPE RN2,

QVL:YAGEO,AKANE,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,

110 11-033110300 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

CAP 0.01UF/50V (0603)X7R (103)

10% C114,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

120 11-033010000 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 Y N

CAP 10PF/50V (0603) NPO

5% C116,C178,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

130 11-031310660 P PCS 4.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP 10UF/10V (1206) Y5V (106)

+80-20% TAYIO/LMK316F106ZF-T C141,C172,C184,C185,

QVL:TAIYO,

140 11-015000100 P PCS 6.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP TAN 10U/16V (3528)

SMD C36,C37,C51,C58,C71,

MARKING:10/16;106C C79,

QVL:AVX,NEC,SPRAGUE,NIPPON.C.C,VISHAY,

150 09-013120400 P PCS 5.0000 03/04/23 N N

FERRITE BEAD(0603)120OHM/400mA

A TYPE L11,L13,L18,L6,L7,

QVL:KINGCORE,MAG LAYERS,

160 10-003401230 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 12K OHM 1/10W (0603)

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

================================================================================

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:3

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ----------------------

5% R238,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

170 07-010011350 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

XTAL 13.5MHZ SMD 49S

TXC 20PF/20PPM X4,

MARKING:TXC/13 B x 6 x F

QVL:TXC,

180 10-003401500 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 15 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R53,R54,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

190 10-003401510 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 150 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R169,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

200 11-033015100 P PCS 17.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP 150PF/50V (0603) NPO (151)

5% C145,C146,C147,C148,

C149,C150,C151,C152,

C153,C154,C155,C156,

C157,C158,C159,C160,

C161,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

210 10-003401530 P PCS 4.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 15K OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R52,R55,R97,R99,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

220 11-033018000 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP 18PF/50V (0603) NPO

5% C52,C54,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

230 10-003401020 P PCS 3.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 1K OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R155,R58,R8,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

240 10-003401050 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 1M OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R105,R225,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

250 11-033110200 P PCS 5.0000 03/04/23 Y N

CAP 1000PF/50V (0603)X7R (102)

10% C101,C44,C68,C96,

C98,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

================================================================================

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:4

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ----------------------

260 11-031110210 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP 1000P/3KV (1808) X7R (102)

10%HEC C59,

QVL:HOLY STONE,

270 09-022202050 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

INDUCTOR 2.2UH(0805)50mA

MAG LAYERS L12,

QVL:MAG LAYERS,

280 10-003400207 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 2.7 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R118,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

290 10-003402720 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 2.7K OHM 1/10W(0603)

5% R13,R159,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

300 10-003402210 P PCS 13.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 220 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R137,R173,R175,R187,

R198,R199,R202,R203,

R210,R219,R220,R221,

R226,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

310 11-033022000 P PCS 3.0000 03/04/23 Y N

CAP 22PF/50V (0603) NPO

5% C115,C165,C166,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

320 09-02X224011 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

POWER CHOKE 22U 0.9A

SUMIDA/CDRH5D28-220NC L15,

QVL:SUMIDA,

330 10-003402410 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 240 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R135,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

340 07-010232501 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

XTAL 25MHZ 49US SMD

TXC 20PF/25PPM/50OHM X1,X2,

MARKING:TXC/25.0x6xF

QVL:TXC,

350 11-033027000 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 Y N

CAP 27PF/50V (0603) NPO

5% C15,C16,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

================================================================================

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:5

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ----------------------

360 10-003402020 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 2K OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R237,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

370 10-003403320 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 3.3K OHM 1/10W(0603)

5% R196,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

380 10-003403300 P PCS 7.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 33 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R100,R38,R40,R78,

R87,R88,R95,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

390 10-003403310 P PCS 5.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 330 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R179,R180,R181,R182,

R205,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

400 10-003403340 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 330K OHM 1/10W(0603)

5% R27,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

410 10-003413932 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 39.2K OHM 1/10W(0603)

1% R235,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,

420 10-003404720 P PCS 15.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 4.7K OHM 1/10W(0603)

5% R151,R153,R166,R170,

R192,R193,R194,R2,

R206,R217,R33,R39,

R44,R45,R65,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

430 10-063304720 P PCS 5.0000 03/04/23 N N

CHIP RES ARRAY 4.7K OHM (0603)

4R8P YCN/AB TYPE RN1,RN3,RN4,RN5,RN6,

QVL:YAGEO,AKANE,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,

440 11-032447500 P PCS 4.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP 4.7UF/10V (0805) Y5V (475)

+80%-20% C104,C108,C110,C111,

QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,華新,

450 10-003404710 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 470 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R168,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:25 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:6

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ----------------------

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

460 11-016000471 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP TAN 47U/10V (6032)

SMD C173,C175,

QVL:NEC,SPRAGUE,AVX,NIPPON.C.C,VISHAY,

470 10-003414837 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 48.7K OHM 1/10W(0603)

1% R236,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,

480 10-003414909 P PCS 20.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 49.9 OHM 1/10W(0603)

1% R101,R108,R109,R111,

R112,R113,R114,R116,

R31,R32,R49,R50,R69,

R70,R72,R73,R74,R75,

R77,R82,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,

490 10-003405110 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 510 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R34,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

500 06-004600400 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

LOGIC GATE NC7SZ04M5 SOT23-5

FAIRCHILD U25,U27,

MARKING:7Z04D

QVL:FAIRCHILD,

510 06-004603215 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

LOGIC GATE NC7SZ32M5 SOT23-5

FAIRCHILD U16,U29,

MARKING:7Z32x

QVL:FAIRCHILD,

520 06-004412311 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

LOGIC 74HC123DT S-16

PHILIPS U24,

QVL:PHILIPS,

530 10-003407500 P PCS 14.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 75 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R107,R207,R227,R29,

R30,R59,R60,R61,R80,

R81,R85,R91,R94,R96,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

540 07-020004010 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

TRANSCEIVER AC101LKQT TQFP-48

BROADCOM U6,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:25 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:7

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

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QVL:BROADCOM,

550 06-007184010 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

LIN REG. AIC1084-33CMTR TO-263

AIC U30,

QVL:AIC,

560 05-001606114 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

FLASH AMD AM29LV320DT90EI

32M-90(WL-500G-BOOT-R2D0.BIN) U17,

QVL:AMD,

570 02-720000100 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

C.S AT7601F LQFP48PIN

ATTANSIC 2PRINTER PORT CONT. U26,

QVL:鈺碩,

580 05-020100201 燒 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

EEPROM AT93C46-10SC-2.7 SO 8P

ATMEL U9,

MARKING:ATMEL xxx/93C46/....

QVL:ATMEL,

590 09-013060500 P PCS 6.0000 03/04/23 Y N

FERRITE BEAD (0603) 500mA

60 OHM/100MHZ BLM18PG600SN1D LB1,LB10,LB12,LB2,

LB3,LB9,

QVL:MURATA,

600 07-004064120 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

SCHOTTKY B240LA SMA

DII 2A/40V D8,

QVL:DII,

610 02-561270200 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

BROADCOM BCM4702 PBGA-340

INTEGRATED RESIDENTIAL GATEWAY U3,

MARKING:BROADCOM / BCM4702KPB / TN0210 P10 / 15138 N

QVL:BROADCOM,

620 02-561132510 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

BROADCOM BCM5325

10/100 BASE-T/TX 6 PORT SWITCH U11,

MARKING:BROADCOM / BCM5325A2KOM

QVL:BROADCOM,

630 12-191301800 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

DOCKING 18P,0.6mm,F,R/A,SMT

JAE/DA1R018H91-E1500 J11,

QVL:JAE,

640 09-051001311 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

TRANSFORMER 10/100MB

DELTA/LF8505 U7,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:25 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:8

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

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MARKING:LF8505/.DELTA XXXX

QVL:DELTA,

650 09-051024000 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

TRANSFORMER 100-TX

DELTA LF8731 U10,

MARKING:DELTA/LF8731 xxxx

QVL:DELTA,

660 07-001101010 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

SCR DIODE MAC4DLMT4-1 DPAK369A

ON Q4,

MARKING:xxx/AC/4DLM

QVL:ON,

670 06-017010010 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

Vcomp. MAX811SEUS-T SOT143-4

MAXIM U14,

MARKING:AQxx

QVL:MAXIM,

680 07-014160000 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

POLYSWITCH miniSMDM160

RAYCHEM 1.6A ## F3,

MARKING:x 160/xxxx

QVL:RAYCHEM,

690 12-023511240 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

SO DIMM 124P,3.3V,5.2mm,SMT

FOXCONN/ASOA226-S2F J10,

QVL:FOXCONN,

700 09-011120005 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

FERRITE BEAD (1206) 120 OHM/2A

MAG LAYERS/MLB-321611-0120P-N1 L19,L20,

QVL:MAG LAYERS,

710 07-003000110 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

TRASIS. PMBS3904,215 SOT23

PHILIPS,NPN Q6,

MARKING:.04/..

QVL:PHILIPS,

720 10-001000000 P PCS 4.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 0 OHM 1/4W (1206)

5% R188,R189,R190,R191,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,

730 07-001053010 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

DIODE SR05 SOT-143

SEMTECH D1,

MARKING:R05

QVL:SEMTECH,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

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WL-500B BOM2

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:25 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:9

================================================================================

主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT 目前版本: 來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ----------------------

740 06-006001610 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

Vref. TL431 MICR8

ON D9,

MARKING:431AC/..

QVL:ON,

750 03-12083C220 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

4M*16-6 NANYA TSOP SDRAM

NT5SV4M16DT-6K U5,U8,

MARKING:NT5SV4M16DT-6K

QVL:NAN YA,

760 06-008212010 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

SW REG. XC6365B103MR SOT-25

TOREX U15,

QVL:TOREX,

770 07-005268010 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

P-MOSFET XP162A12A6PR SOT89

TOREX(0.17 OHM/-2.5V) Q3,

MARKING:21/26

QVL:TOREX,

780 10-003402200 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

RES 22 OHM 1/10W (0603)

5% R68,

QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,

790 ESD PCS 1.0000 03/04/23

J1,

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

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WL-500B BOM3

華碩電腦股份有限公司

FROM:P7868

單階材料用量明細表

製表日期:03/04/23 10:43:01 有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本: 頁次:1

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主件料號:70-IGB300-A01P 目前版本: 來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS

品名規格:WL-500G WIRELESS ROUTER 主件數量:1

R1.00 TEST

項 燒 來 發料 組成用量 生效日期 圖號 特 保 Dis

次 元件料號/品名規格 源 單位 底數 失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app

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10 09-020224007 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

INDUCTOR 22UH DIP

MAGIC/DR0608-220K+UL LB11,

QVL:MAGIC,

20 12-130000040 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

USB CON 1X4P DIP M S/T

FOXCONN/UB311C-K1 J3,

QVL:FOXCONN,

30 11-040233710 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

CAP EL 330U/16V ZL 8*11.5

RUBYCON/16ZL330 CE2,

QVL:RUBYCON,

40 11-040004700 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

CAP EL 470UF/16V 8x12 105d

OST C180,C183,

QVL:OST,

50 12-101100258 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

D-SUB 25P F,R/A,PC99

FOXCONN/DT11321-P5T P1,

QVL:FOXCONN,

60 12-145011032 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

DC POWER JACK 3P SHIELD φ:2.0

SINGATRON/2DC-S005D100 J12,

QVL:SINGATRON,

70 12-142020050 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N N

MODULAR JACK RJ45 1*5PORT CHAN

SINCERE/415B-083150113 J13,

QVL:SINCERE,

80 07-015020003 P PCS 7.0000 03/04/23 N N

LED GREEN 3φ R/A

KINGBRIGHT LED11,LED13,LED14,

LED15,LED17,LED21,

LED9,

QVL:KINGBRIGHT,

90 12-090030042 P PCS 2.0000 03/04/23 N N

T.P SWITCH 4P,DIP,L:5.85

RESET1,SW1,

QVL:HUA JIE,

100 07-009004800 P PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 N Y

XTAL 48MHZ DIP 49US

TXC 20PF X3,

110 60-IGB300-A01P M PCS 1.0000 03/04/23 Y N

WL-500G WIRELESS ROUTER

R1.00 TEST

特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)

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Bill of Material for D:\PCB&SCH\Intersil v25 pcb&sch\20010927\P2d5D0426.Prj

Used Part Type Designator Footprint Description

==== =============== ==================== ========== ======================

3 0 RX1 RX2 RX3 0402

1 0P5F CD1 0402

1 10 RP3 0402

10 100 RD1 RI8 RI9 RS1 RS2 0402

RS3 RS4 RY1 RY2 RY3

51 100NF CB1 CB10 CB11 CB12 0402

CB13 CB14 CB15 CB16

CB17 CB18 CB19 CB2

CB20 CB21 CB22 CB23

CB24 CB25 CB26 CB27

CB28 CB4 CB5 CB6 CB7

CB8 CB9 CF1 CG1 CG2

CG3 CG6 CG7 CG8 CG9

CI10 CI11 CI3 CI4

CI6 CI7 CI8 CI9 CM1

CO1 CO2 CO3 CP10 CP9

CX1 CY8

3 100PF CD3 CI16 CI17 0402

5 10K RB1 RB31 RB35 RB5 0402

RD2

1 10M RB33 0402 Resistor

14 10NF CB29 CD6 CD7 CD8 CD9 0402

CI5 CU3 CU4 CU5 CU8

CU9 CV2 CV3 CW5

2 10PF CI1 CI2 0402

8 10UF/6.3V CB32 CB33 CB34 CG10 0805

CG11 CG4 CG5 CV5

1 11K RD4 0402

4 120 RI4 RI5 RI6 RI7 0402

1 12K RB3 0402 Resistor

2 15PF CW8 CW9 0402

3 1K RB20 RO2 RP2 0402

2 1K1 RW1 RW2 0402

2 1K5 RD3 RX4 0402

1 1N5H LP1 0402

12 1NF CI12 CI13 CO4 CP1 0402

CP12 CP2 CP4 CV4 CX2

CY1 CY6 CY7

2 1P8F CP5 CP8 0402

1 1PF CD2 0402

1 20 RD5 0402

2 20K RB21 RB22 0402 Resistor

4 220PF CW3 CW4 CW6 CW7 0402

1 22NF CY9 0402

2 22PF CB31 CX3 0402

1 270 RB32 0402 Resistor

1 270PF CP6 0402

1 27NH LW5 0402

1 2K RI1 0402

1 2K2 RO1 0402

1 2K7 RI10 0402

2 2N2H LD2 LP4 0402

1 2N3904 QB1 SOT-23

1 300 RO3 0402

1 32.768KHz XB1 CRYSTAL4P

1 330PF CO8 0402

4 33NH LI1 LI2 LW1 LW2 0402

1 39NH LW3 0402

1 3K6 RP1 0402

1 3P3F CD10 0402

1 470 RB30 0402 Resistor

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1 470NF CO7 0402

1 47K RB4 0402 Resistor

1 47NF CO6 0402

1 4N7F CB30 0402

1 4N7H LD1 0402

3 4P7F CD11 CW1 CW2 0402

3 510 RI2 RI3 RY5 0402

1 560 RB2 0402

1 560NH LX2 0805

1 620 RB19 0402 Resistor

1 680NF CY10 0603

2 68PF CI14 CI15 0402

1 6N8F CO5 0402

2 6P2F CP7 CV6 0402

18 7PF CD4 CD5 CP11 CS1 0402

CS10 CS11 CS2 CS3

CS4 CS6 CS7 CS8 CS9

CU2 CV1 CY2 CY3 CY4

1 82 RV3 0402

1 855898 FL1 SAW5*5

2 91 RV1 RV2 0402

2 AS179_92 U10 U9 SC-70-6 SWITCH

2 BLM10A121S LP2 LP3 0402

3 BLM21P300S LB1 LB2 LX1 0805

11 CON1 TB1 TB10 TB11 TB12 TP

TB2 TB3 TB4 TB6 TB7

TB8 TB9

1 EM128L16 UM1 BGA-48

1 F4106-44.000M U2 44MHZ

1 HFA3783 U1 HFA3783

1 INV-F ANT2 DIPOLE

1 ISL3183 U4 MLFP-16 IF VCO

1 ISL3685 U5 MLFP44 Intersil v2.5 front-en

1 ISL3873 UB1 BGA-192

1 ISL3984 U8 MLFP-16

1 LED(Green) DB2 LEDSMDL

1 LED(Yellow) DB3 LEDSMDL

1 LFSG20N27C2450B FL4 LFSG20N27C BANDPASS FILTER

1 LFSN25N19 FL2 LFSN25N19C

1 LFSN25N19C2450B FL6 LFSN25N19C

1 LFTC15N19E2450B FL5 LFTC15N19E

1 MARUWAVCO U6 MVCO

2 MAX8867 U15 U3 MAX8867

1 PCMCIA JB1 PCM_B PCMCIA

1 SMAS2 CON1 MMCX_S

1 SST39VF010B UF1 TSSOP-32 128K*8 FLASH

1 UPC2745TB U7 UPC2745

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Internal Photos of Wireless Router

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Internal Photos of Wireless Router

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Internal Photos of Wireless Router

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Internal Photos of Wireless Router

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Internal Photos of Wireless Router

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Internal Photos of Wireless Router

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Internal Photos of Wireless Router

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Label Information

Technical Description

WL500G

IEEE 802.11g 54 Mbps Wireless Router

Fastest Connectivity And Protect Compatibility

WL-500G Space Link incorporate 802.11g OFDM technology design, that enable fastest 54Mbps IEEE 802.11g wireless transmission and keep compatibility with existing IEEE 802.11b devices.

l Monitor your home anywhere, over the air, over the Internet n Plug USB WebCam to WL-500G, users can check his home status through the Web page l Share broadband Internet around the home

n

Connect to external ADSL / cable modem via one 10/100Base-T auto-crossover

(MDI/MDI-X) Ethernet port n

Four port switch with 10/100Base-T auto-crossover (MDI/MDI-X) Ethernet port connect to local PC n

802.1H translation mechanism bridging Ethernet and wireless traffics n

IP sharing (NAT) n

PPPoE client to connect remote ISP PPPoE server n

DHCP server / client and DNX Proxy n

DDNS

High Performance Wireless LAN Access

n

Highest 54Mbps speed over the 2.4 GHz frequency band n

IEEE802.11g and IEEE 802.11b wireless networks operate simultaneously n

Standard 2.4GHz Wi-Fi network to grantee compatible with existing 802.11b WLAN cards n

Auto fall-back algorithm to select transmission rate. n

If there are no 802.11b devices, turn on 802.11g only mode to boost throughput n

One internal Inverted-F antenna and one external dipole antennas; support diversity n

Reverse-SMA antenna connector to support external high gain antenna n

Support roaming to other Wi-Fi compliant Access Points connected by local Ethernet to n extend the SOHO network coverage

l Wireless Firewall

n

Wireless firewall to secure traffic over the air. n

Not only able to build up the conventional firewall to block the traffic from Internet ,

WL-500G can also setup another firewall to protect the traffic from the air.

By checking any traffic between wireless and wired local area networks

l Firewall

n

Not only basic NAT natural firewall, SPI firewall will filt out the possible advanced forms of attacks from the Internet. n

DMZ

l Secure wireless connectivity

n

128-bit and 64-bit WEP; firmware upgradeable to support WPA n

Only the wireless clients’ MAC address appear in the Access Control List (ACL) can be allowed to enter the network

l Easy installation, management and maintenance

n

Web-based management can easily be operate by users with popular Internet browser such as IE, Netscape. n

UPnP Internet Gateway Device n

Upgrade firmware through Ethernet or wireless

l VPN support

n

VPN pass through for PPTP, L2TP and IPSec protocol.

l Printer sharing

n

Support bi-directional printers n

Support standard printer port and USB port printers

Specification

WAN Support Both Ethernet and 802.3 with Max. Bit Rate 10/100 Mbps with auto cross-over

Ethernet Port function (MDI-X)

Connector

Support LAN

Ethernet Port

Connector

RJ45 for 10/100 BaseT

Both Ethernet and 802.3 with Max. Bit Rate 10/100Mbps with Auto cross-over function (MDI-X), 4 port switch

4 x RJ45 for 10/100BaseT

Antenna

Support 2 (one internal Inverted-F antenna and one external dipole antenna)

Connector

Printer Port

USB

Support

port

Connector

Support

Connector

Reset button

Management

Firewall

DC Power Adapter

Emissions

Size

Weight

Operating Frequency

Spreading

Modulation

Data Rate

Operation Channels

Range

Output Power

Encryption

Authentication

Reverse-SMA antenna connector

USB 1.1 host

USB type A

SPP, ECP

25 PIN D-SUB FEMALE

Push for 5 seconds to restore factory setting

Web-based manager

UPnP Internet Gateway Device

NAT and SPI

Can built extra one firewall to protect Internet traffic and another one for wireless

AC Input: 100V~240V(50~60HZ); DC Output: 5V with max. 2 A current

ETS; CE Mark; FCC Part 15

142 mm (L)* 205 mm (W)* 36 mm (H) excluding one external antennas

600 g excluding power supply

2.4 - 2.5 GHz

Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum

OFDM, CCK , DQPSK, DBPSK

802.11g: 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54Mbps

802.11b:1, 2, 5.5, 11Mbps

11 for N. America, 14 Japan, 13 Europe(ETSI)

3 (non-overlapping)

Outdoor (LOS, Light-Of-Sight) 300 ft (100 m) at 11Mbps

Indoor 80 ft (25 m), outdoor (LOS, Light-Of-Sight) 200 ft (60 m) at 54Mbps

The range may vary by different environment

1 2 ~ 15 dBm (at nominal temp. range)

40/128-bit WEP

WPA

MAC address, 802.1x

Operation Principles:

BCM4306:802.11g MAC/Baseband.

?? Supports data rat of 1Mbps, 2Mbps, 5.5 Mbps and 11Mbps for b mode and

6Mbps, 9Mbps, 12Mbps, 18Mbps, 24Mbps, 36Mpbs, 48Mbps, 54Mbps for g mode,

?? Supports Wire Equivalence Privacy (WEP), WEP2 and AES encryption, coupled with TKIP and IEEE 802.11x support.

?? Complete DSSS and OFDM baseband processor.

?? Supporting Differential Binary Phase Shift Keying (DBPSK), Differential

Quadrature Phase Shift Keying (DQPSK) and Complementary Code

Keying (CCK), 16QAM and 64QAM.

Data Rate (Mbps) 1 2 5.5

Modulation DBPSK DQPSK CCK

11

CCK

Data Rate (Mbps) 6

Modulation

9

BPSK

12 18

QPSK

24 36

16QAM

48 54

64QAM

?? Transmitter operation: Digital data form MAC layer is modulated to produce analog I/Q baseband signal for transmission. When MAC asserts begin of transmission, bcm4306 generate preamble and header itself.

After combining with data sent from MAC, all of the data, depends on different data rate, are modulated by the modulation skim listed above.

The modulated data pass through a digital LPF. At last, a on-chip D/A converter converts digital data to analog data and then outputs balanced differential analog signals TXI±, TXQ±

?? Reception operation : Received analog I/Q baseband signal is demodulated into digital data and sent to MAC layer. Baseband spectrum occupies 0~11MHz, for any of the above modulation or data rate.

?? A 20MHz oscillator provides operating clock.

EEPROM:Memory resources of CPU.

?? EEPROM is nonvolatile memory. Firmware program is stored in flash

ROM.

Bcm2050:Direct conversion transceiver IC.

?? Integrating all direct conversion transmit and receive functions.

?? Integrating baseband transmission and reception AGC.

?? Integrating a receiver DC offset calibration loop.

?? Baseband I/Q signals are combined and converted to RF (Radio

Frequency). Radio center frequency is within ISM band; the exact operating channel depends on channel specified. Bandwidth is about

22MHz. RF signal is sent to or from a balun. For transmission path, the signal is amplified by a power amplifier and then fed into T/R switch. For receive. RF signal is down converted to baseband IQ signals. Baseband

I/Q signals are fed from or to the baseband processor, BCM4306.

?? An on chip frequency synthesizer is used to generate the Local Oscillator frequency required by the up-down mixer. The 20MHz oscillator provides the reference frequency required by the frequency synthesizer.

??MMPA742G:power amplifier for transmission.

??T/R switch:Transmission or reception multiplexing switch.

?? Transmission/reception are half duplex.

User Manual

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Safety Statements

Federal Communications Commission Statement

This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

• This device may not cause harmful interference, and

• This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

WARNING! The use of a shielded-type power cord is required in order to meet FCC emission limits and to prevent interference to the nearby radio and television reception. It is essential that only the supplied power cord be used. Use only shielded cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment. You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.

Reprinted from the Code of Federal Regulations #47, part 15.193, 1993. Washington

DC: Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration,

U.S. Government Printing Office.

Canadian Department of Communications

This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian

Department of Communications.

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme

NMB-003 du Canada.

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Safety Information

In order to maintain compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines, this equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20 cm between the radiator and your body. Use only with supplied antenna.

Unauthorized antenna, modification, or attachments could damage the transmitter and may violate FCC regulations. Any changes of modifications not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could void the users authority to operate the equipment.

FCC Radio Frequency Exposure Caution Statement

Installation and use of this Wireless LAN device must be in strict accordance with the instructions included in the user documentation provided with the product. Any changes or modifications (including the antennas) made to this device that are not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized modification of this device, or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than manufacturer specified. It is the responsibility of the user to correct any interference caused by such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment. Manufacturer and its authorized resellers or distributors will assume no liability for any damage or violation of government regulations arising from failing to comply with these guidelines.

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction .......................................................................................... 8

The SpaceLink™ Family ....................................................................... 8

System Requirements ........................................................................... 8

The Product Package ....................................................................... 9

FEATURES .......................................................................................... 10

The IEEE 802.11b Specification .......................................................... 11

Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum ..................................................... 12

Wireless Operation .............................................................................. 13

Roaming Between SpaceLink™ Gateways or APs ......................... 14

Roaming Guidelines (SpaceLink™ Gateways or APs) ................... 15

SpaceLink™ Home Gateway Topology ............................................... 16

SpaceLink Home Gateway LED Indicators ......................................... 19

2. Installation .......................................................................................... 20

Installation Procedure .......................................................................... 20

Wall Mounting Option .......................................................................... 22

Vertical Standing Option ...................................................................... 23

Connecting to the SpaceLink Home Gateway ..................................... 24

Configuring the SpaceLink Home Gateway ......................................... 25

Installing the Homegateway Utilities ............................................... 26

3. SpaceLink Home Gateway Utilities .................................................. 27

Connecting to the SpaceLink Web Manager ....................................... 27

Home Gateway Discovery ................................................................... 27

User Name and Password .............................................................. 29

Home Page ..................................................................................... 29

Login Password ................................................................................... 30

Basic Setup ......................................................................................... 30

Status .................................................................................................. 31

Status Details .................................................................................. 32

Basic Setup - Wireless ........................................................................ 33

Supported Clients ........................................................................... 35

Basic Setup - LAN Configuration ......................................................... 37

Basic Setup - WAN Configuration ....................................................... 38

Network Backbone .......................................................................... 38

Agent to an ISP ............................................................................... 39

Agent to Another Network ............................................................... 42

Automatic IP .................................................................................... 42

Static IP ........................................................................................... 43

Firewall ................................................................................................ 44

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Wireless Access Control ...................................................................... 45

Advanced WAN Configuration ............................................................. 46

Virtual Server ....................................................................................... 48

Special Application .............................................................................. 50

Firewall Bypass Zone .......................................................................... 51

PPTP Server ........................................................................................ 52

Firmware Upgrade ............................................................................... 53

Restoring Factory Default Settings ................................................. 54

Firmware Restoration .......................................................................... 55

Using a Hub .................................................................................... 55

Printer Setup Wizard ........................................................................... 56

Add Printer Wizard .......................................................................... 56

Printer Setup Wizard ....................................................................... 58

Verifying Your Printer ...................................................................... 59

VPN Client ........................................................................................... 60

Starting VPN Client ......................................................................... 60

Main Window ....................................................................................... 60

Connection Properties ......................................................................... 62

Connection Name ........................................................................... 62

Dialing Options ................................................................................ 62

Advanced Properties ....................................................................... 63

Dialing a Connection ....................................................................... 63

4. Wireless Performance ....................................................................... 64

Site Topography ................................................................................... 64

Site Surveys ........................................................................................ 64

Range .................................................................................................. 65

5. Troubleshooting ................................................................................. 66

Common Problems and Solutions ....................................................... 66

Reset to Defaults ................................................................................. 67

6. Appendix ............................................................................................. 70

Operating frequency range .................................................................. 70

Number of operating channels ............................................................ 70

DSSS PHY frequency channel plan .................................................... 70

SpaceLink Home Gateway Specifications ........................................... 71

Glossary .............................................................................................. 72

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1. Introduction

Thank you for choosing the SpaceLink Home Gateway, a member of ASUS’

SpaceLink wireless infrastructure family. The SpaceLink Home Gateway complies with the IEEE 802.11b wireless standard to provide wireless mobile clients with network connectivity at data rates of up to 11 Mbps.

The stand-alone the SpaceLink Home Gateway connects to a small Ethernet network to provide wireless access for wireless mobile clients.

The SpaceLink™ Family

The SpaceLink Home Gateway is a member of a product family that provides a complete wireless networking solution.

• The SpaceLink Home Gateway (WL-500g) creates a wireless network using the IEEE 802.11b wireless standard and adds a router, hub, and printer server.

• The SpaceLink Access Point (WL-300) creates a wireless network using the IEEE 802.11b wireless standard.

• The SpaceLink PC Card (WL-100) is a wireless LAN adapter that fits into a PCMCIA Type II slot in a Notebook PC.

• The SpaceLink CF Card (WL-110) is a wireless LAN adapter that fits into a Compact Flash Type II slot in a Portable Digital Assistant (PDA).

System Requirements

To begin using the SpaceLink Home Gateway , you must have the following minimum requirements:

• ADSL/Cable Modem and Broadband Internet Account

• An Ethernet (10Base-T or 10/100Base-TX) adapter for wired client

• At least one 802.11b wireless adapter for a wireless mobile client

• TCP/IP and Internet browser installed

• Printer, which supports standard parallel protocol (SPP) (optional)

Note: The SpaceLink Home Gateway only supports 10Base-T on the WAN port and both 10Base-T and 100Base-TX on the LAN port.

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The Product Package

Each the SpaceLink Home Gateway comes with:

• One SpaceLink Home Gateway (WL-500g)

• One power adapter (5 Volts DC, 2 Amp)

• One RJ-45 Ethernet cable (straight-through)

• One SpaceLink Home Gateway (WL-500g) Quick Start Guide

• One support CD (Utilities and User’s Manual PDF)

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FEATURES

The SpaceLink Home Gateway features include:

Multiple local network ports. Four 10/100Base-T Ethernet ports, offering either a connection to a hub or switch on the local wired network or a direct connection to multiple Ethernet-enabled computer.

Wireless antenna. The integrated Wireless Access Point allows the

SpaceLink Home Gateway to link a broadband Internet connection to your local network of 802.11b (DSSS) wireless mobile clients.

Broadband port. The Broadband port connects the SpaceLink Home

Gateway to your cable/DSL modem.

Shared Internet access. All computers on the local network can access the Internet through the SpaceLink Home Gateway, using only a single external IP address.

DHCP server support. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) support allows the SpaceLink Home Gateway to automatically provide

IP addresses to computers on your local network.

PPPoE support. Connect to your DSL provider using PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet), if your ISP uses this method.

Easy setup and management. Use your web browser from any computer on the local network to configure the SpaceLink Home

Gateway.

Advanced features. The SpaceLink Home Gateway supports many advanced configuration features including the following: User-defined virtual servers; special Internet applications; exposed computer; password protection and access control.

Firewall protection. The SpaceLink Home Gateway’s use of NAT

(Network Address Translation) provides firewall protection for your local network. NAT masks the local network’s IP Addresses from the

Internet. Additional protection can be achieved using the advanced features of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

WEP support. Supports 64 bit and 128 bit WEP encryption on the wireless network.

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The IEEE 802.11b Specification

In 1997, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) adopted the 802.11 standard for wireless devices operating in the 2.4 GHz frequency band. This standard includes provisions for three radio technologies: direct sequence spread spectrum, frequency hopping spread spectrum, and infrared. Devices that comply with the 802.11 standard operate at a data rate of either 1 or 2 Mbps.

In 1999, the IEEE created the 802.11b standard. 802.11b is essentially identical to the 802.11 standard except 802.11b provides for data rates of up to 11 Mbps for direct sequence spread spectrum devices. Under 802.11b, direct sequence devices can operate at 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, or 1

Mbps. This provides interoperability with existing 802.11 direct sequence devices that operate only at 2 Mbps.

Direct sequence spread spectrum devices spread a radio signal over a range of frequencies. The IEEE 802.11b specification allocates the 2.4 GHz frequency band into 14 overlapping operating Channels. Each Channel corresponds to a different set of frequencies. See the Appendix to determine the center frequency used by each Channel.

If operating multiple 802.11b Home Gateways in the same vicinity, the distance between the center frequencies must be at least 25 MHz to avoid interference. Note that the Channels available to an 802.11b Home Gateway will vary from country to country. In the United States, the 802.11b standard allocates 11 operating Channels for direct sequence devices. Channels 1,

6, and 11 are independent and do not overlap with each other. To avoid interference between 802.11b Home Gateways, It is recommended that you configure the Home Gateways using only Channels 1, 6, and 11.

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Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum

Spread spectrum (broadband) uses a narrowband signal to spread the transmission over a segment of the radio frequency band or spectrum. Directsequence is a spread spectrum technique where the transmitted signal is spread over a particular frequency range. The Space Link Home Gateway uses Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) for radio communication.

Direct-sequence systems communicate by continuously transmitting a redundant pattern of bits called a chipping sequence. Each bit of transmitted data is mapped into chips by the Home Gateway and rearranged into a pseudorandom spreading code to form the chipping sequence. The chipping sequence is combined with a transmitted data stream to produce the Home

Gateway output signal.

Wireless mobile clients receiving a direct-sequence transmission use the spreading code to map the chips within the chipping sequence back into bits to recreate the original data transmitted by the Home Gateway.

Intercepting and decoding a direct-sequence transmission requires a predefined algorithm to associate the spreading code used by the transmitting

Home Gateway to the receiving wireless mobile client.

This algorithm is established by IEEE 802.11b specifications. The bit redundancy within the chipping sequence enables the receiving wireless mobile client to recreate the original data pattern, even if bits in the chipping sequence are corrupted by interference. The ratio of chips per bit is called the spreading ratio. A high spreading ratio increases the resistance of the signal to interference. A low spreading ratio increases the bandwidth available to the user. The Home Gateway uses a constant chip rate of

11Mchips/s for all data rates, but uses different modulation schemes to encode more bits per chip at the higher data rates. The Home Gateway is capable of an 11 Mbps data transmission rate, but the coverage area is less than a 1 or 2 Mbps Home Gateway since coverage area decreases as bandwidth increases.

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Wireless Operation

The SpaceLink Home Gateway will operate as a MAC layer learning bridge and forward packets between wireless mobile clients and the Ethernet network.

A wireless LAN that uses the SpaceLink Home Gateway generally consists of one or more 802.11b Access Points and one or more wireless mobile clients that have an 802.11b adapter installed.

The SpaceLink Home Gateway maintains a table of MAC addresses, which it has learned are located either on the Ethernet network or on the radio network by monitoring the source address of packets it receives. For example, if the SpaceLink Home Gateway receives a packet over its radio, it creates an entry in its table for the node that sent the packet and labels the entry as a member of the radio network. The SpaceLink Home Gateway removes an entry from the table after five minutes of inactivity.

When the SpaceLink Home Gateway receives a packet from the Ethernet network, it compares the packet’s destination address with the node addresses listed in its table. If the packet’s destination address is not in the table, the SpaceLink Home Gateway will forward the packet to the wireless mobile clients. If the packet’s destination address is listed in the table as a member of the radio network, the SpaceLink Home Gateway will forward the packet to the wireless mobile clients. If the packet’s destination address is listed in the table as a member of the Ethernet network, the SpaceLink

Home Gateway will not forward the packet to the wireless mobile clients.

The SpaceLink Home Gateway applies the same principles to determine if a packet received over its radio should be forwarded to the Ethernet network.

The SpaceLink Home Gateway forwards all broadcast packets to wireless mobile clients. Given this, the SpaceLink Home Gateway can only support

250 nodes.

The speed available to wireless mobile clients depends on the amount of information that each client exchanges with the network because the 11

Mbps wireless bandwidth is shared will all wireless nodes.

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Roaming Between SpaceLink™ Gateways or APs

If there are multiple SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points on the network, then a wireless mobile client may seamlessly roam from one the

SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Point to another.

Each SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Point creates its own wireless cell or coverage area. This is also known as a Basic Service Set (BSS). Any wireless mobile client can communicate with a particular SpaceLink Home

Gateway or Access Point if it is within the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s or

Access Point’s coverage area.

If the cells of multiple SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points overlap, then the wireless mobile client may switch from one SpaceLink Home

Gateway or Access Point to another as it travels throughout the facility.

During the hand-off from one SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Point to another, the wireless mobile client maintains an uninterrupted connection to the network. This is known as “roaming.”

Multiple SpaceLink Home Gateways connected to a common Ethernet network form an Extended Service Set (ESS). All members of an Extended

Service Set are configured with an ID, known as the SSID or ESSID.

Wireless mobile clients must be configured with the same SSID as the

SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points on the network; a client can only roam between the SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points that share the same SSID.

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Roaming Guidelines (SpaceLink™ Gateways or APs)

• A 802.11b PC Card can only roam between 802.11b SpaceLink Home

Gateways or Access Points.

• All the SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points must have the same SSID.

• All computers with SpaceLink PC card or CF card adapters must have the same SSID as the Home Gateways or Access Points that they will roam between.

• If WEP encryption is enabled, then all the SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points and client adapters must use the same encryption level and WEP Key(s) to communicate.

• The SpaceLink Home Gateways’ or Access Points’ cells must overlap to ensure that there are no gaps in coverage and to ensure that the roaming client will always have a connection available.

• The SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points that use the same

Channel should be installed as far away from each other as possible to reduce potential interference.

• It is strongly recommended that you perform a site survey using the utility provided with the SpaceLink PC card or CF card to determine the best location for each the SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Points in the facility.

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SpaceLink™ Home Gateway Topology

There are three major ways to deploy the home gateway in your local network (I) Network backbone, (II) Agent to ISP and (III) Agent to another network.

Network Backbone

SpaceLink Home Gateway

Wireless

LAN

Wireless Client

Wireless Client

Wired Client

In this topology, the home gateway connects your wired and wireless devices together to form a local area network (LAN), as shown. To connect a computer (or other device) to the SpaceLink Home Gateway, you need a network cable (UTP-Cat5) with one end connected to one of the LAN ports on the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway and the other in the 10/100

LAN port on that device. For wireless connections, wireless mobile clients must comply with the IEEE 802.11b standard.

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Agent to ISP

Internet Service Provider

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Internet

ADSL or Cable Modem

Wireless

SpaceLink Home Gateway

LAN

WAN

Wireless Client

Wireless Client

Wired Client

In this topology, the home gateway is not only a backbone of your LAN but also an agent to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). You may use an

ADSL or Cable modem to communicate with your ISP. Connect the LAN port on the modem with the WAN port at the back of the SpaceLink Home

Gateway using a network cable as shown above.

Note: You also need to make sure that other connections on the

ADSL or Cable modem are correct.

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Agent to Another Network

Network Backbone

Wireless

WAN

SpaceLink Home Gateway

LAN

Wireless Client

Wireless Client

Wired Client

In this topology, the home gateway is an agent between your LAN and another network. Use a network cable with one end connected to the WAN port on the home gateway and the other to the other network as shown above.

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SpaceLink Home Gateway LED Indicators

The LEDs on the front of the SpaceLink Home Gateway display the status of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

PWR (Power)

Off

On

(1) No power, (2) During boot sequence

(1) Power ON and system ready

Flashing (1) During boot sequence, (2) Self-test error

AIR (Wireless)

Off

On

(1) No power, (2) No wireless connection

(1) At least one wireless client is associated

Flashing (1) Wireless traffic through this port is detected, (2) Self-test error

WAN (Wide Area Network)

Off

On

(1) No power, (2) No wired connection

(1) Link to another network device but no traffic

Flashing (1) Wired traffic through this port is detected, (2) Self-test error

LAN (Local Area Network)

Off

On

(1) No power, (2) No wired connection

(1) Link to another network device but no traffic

Flashing (1) Wired traffic through this port is detected, (2) Self-test error

LPT (Printer)

Off

On

(1) No power, (2) No printer is connected

(1) The connected printer is switched on

Flashing (1) Send data to a printer

Note: The SpaceLink Home Gateway only supports 10Base-T on the WAN port and both 10Base-T and 100Base-TX on the LAN port.

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2. Installation

This chapter describes the installation procedure for the SpaceLink Home

Gateway and includes a description of the LEDs found on the unit.

Installation Procedure

Follow these steps to install the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

1. Location: Determine the best location for the SpaceLink Home

Gateway. Keep in mind the following considerations:

• The length of the Ethernet cable that connects the Home Gateway to the network must not exceed 100 meters.

• For standard placement, try to place the Home Gateway on a flat, sturdy surface as far from the ground as possible, such as on top of a desk or bookcase, keeping clear of metal obstructions and away from direct sunlight.

• Try to centrally locate the Home Gateway so that it will provide coverage to all of the wireless mobile devices in the area. Orientating the antenna vertically should provide the best reception.

• Use only the power supply that came with this unit. Other power supplies may fit but the voltage and power may not be compatible.

It is the responsibility of the installer and users of the SpaceLink

Home Gateway to guarantee that the antenna is operated at least

20 centimeters from any person. This is necessary to insure that the product is operated in accordance with the RF Guidelines for

Human Exposure which have been adopted by the Federal Communications Commission.

2. Mounting: Place the Home Gateway in the desired location. Wall mounting is also possible for the Home Gateway. Refer to the section entitled “Wall Mounting Option” for details.

3. WAN Connection: Attach one end of the provided RJ-45 Ethernet cable to the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s WAN port and attach the other end to the RJ-45 Ethernet cable to your ADSL or Cable modem.

The SpaceLink Home Gateway WAN port does not support 100Base-

TX; it only supports 10Base-T. The WAN port may be connected to devices that supports both 10/100, but not pure 100Base-TX.

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4. LAN Connection: Attach one end of an RJ-45 Ethernet cable to the

SpaceLink Home Gateway’s LAN port (any one of the four) and attach the other end to the RJ-45 Ethernet cable to your desktop computer.

5. Power Connection: The SpaceLink Home Gateway requires power from an external power supply. The SpaceLink Home Gateway ships with a UL listed, Class 2 power supply (5V, 2A). Attach one end of the

DC power adapter to the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway and the other end to a power outlet.

The Power LED on the front of the Home Gateway will light up when the unit is powered ON. In addition, the green LAN or WAN LEDs will turn ON to indicate that the Home Gateway has a physical Ethernet network connection.

Note: Use the Home Gateway only with the power adapter supplied in the product package. Using another power supply may damage the Home Gateway.

6. Printer Connection: If you plan to use the home gateway as a printing server for your local network, connect a printer to the printer port of the home gateway via a printer cable.

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Wall Mounting Option

Out of the box, the SpaceLink Home Gateway is designed to sit on a raised flat surface like a file cabinet or book shelf. The unit may also be converted for mounting to a wall or ceiling.

Follow these steps to mount the Home Gateway to a wall:

1. Look on the underside for the four mounting hooks.

2. Mark two upper holes in a flat surface using the provided hole template.

3. Tighten two screws until only 1/4” is showing.

4. Latch the upper two hooks of the Home Gateway onto the screws.

Note: Readjust the screws if you cannot latch the Home Gateway onto the screws or if it is too loose.

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Vertical Standing Option

The ASUS Home Gateway can also stand on its side to save space. Two hinges can be opened on the right side to support vertical standing. Orientate the antenna so that it points upwards.

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Connecting to the SpaceLink Home Gateway

Wired Connection

One RJ-45 cable is supplied with the SpaceLink Home Gateway. Auto crossover function is designed into the SpaceLink Home Gateway so you can use either a straight-through or a crossover Ethernet cable. Plug one end of the cable into the WAN port on the rear of the SpaceLink Home

Gateway and the other end into the Ethernet port of your ADSL or Cable modem.

Note: The WAN port only supports 10Base-TX.

Wireless-Connection

Refer to your wireless adapter user’s manual on associating with the

SpaceLink Home Gateway . The default SSID of the SpaceLink Home

Gateway is “default” (lower case), encryption is disabled and open system authentication is used.

Printer Connection

The SpaceLink Home Gateway can be utilized as a printer server to allow many wired or wireless computers to share a standard printer. A DB25 parallel cable should be supplied with your printer. Plug the male connector of this parallel cable into the printer port on the rear of the SpaceLink

Home Gateway and the centronics end into your printer.

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Configuring the SpaceLink Home Gateway

The home gateway can be configured to meet various usage scenarios.

Some of the factory default settings may suit your usage; however, others may need changing. Prior to using the home gateway, you must check the basic settings to guarantee it will work in your environment.

Configuring the SpaceLink Home Gateway is done through a web browser.

You need a Notebook PC or desktop PC connected to the SpaceLink Home

Gateway and running a web browser as a configuration terminal. The connection can be wired or wireless. For the wireless connection, you need an IEEE 802.11b compatible device, e.g. ASUS SpaceLink PC Card, installed in your Notebook PC. You should also disable WEP and set the

SSID to “default” for your wireless LAN device.

If you want to configure the SpaceLink Home Gateway or want to access the Internet through the SpaceLink Home Gateway, TCP/IP settings must be correct. Normally, the TCP/IP setting should be on the IP subnet of the

SpaceLink Home Gateway. The SpaceLink Home Gateway incorporates a

DHCP server so the easiest method is to set your PC to get its IP address automatically and reboot your computer. So the correct IP address, gateway,

DNS (Domain Name System Server) can be obtained from the SpaceLink

Home Gateway.

Note: Before rebooting your PC, the SpaceLink Home Gateway should be switched ON and in ready state.

Advanced IP Settings

If you want to set your IP address manually, the following default settings of the SpaceLink Home Gateway should be known:

• IP address 192.168.123.1

• Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0.

If you set your computer’s IP manually, it needs to be on the same segment.

For example:

• IP address 192.168.123.xxx (xxx can be any number between 2 and

254 that is not used by another device)

• Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 (same as the SpaceLink Home Gateway )

• Gateway 192.168.123.1 (this is the SpaceLink Home Gateway IP address)

• DNS 192.168.123.1 (SpaceLink Home Gateway IP address or your own).

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Installing the Homegateway Utilities

Follow these steps to install the SpaceLink Home Gateway Manager in

Microsoft Windows:

(1) Insert the support CD and the autorun will show. Double-click setup.exe if your autorun has been disabled.

(2) Click Next after reading the welcome screen.

(3) Click Yes after reading the license agreement.

(4) Click Next to accept the default destination folder or enter another name.

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(5) Click Next to accept the default program folder or enter another name.

(6) Click Finish when setup is complete.

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After installation, you can launch the utilities through the Start menu.

Connecting to the SpaceLink Web Manager

Wired Ethernet Connection

Besides using a network hub, you can also connect a LAN cable from your computer’s network card to the Home Gateway using either a straight or crossover cable because the SpaceLink Home Gateway LAN and WAN

RJ-45 ports have auto-crossover capability.

Wireless Connection

If you are using a Notebook PC with a wireless adapter, you can connect to the SpaceLink Homegateway Web Manager without a wired Ethernet connection.

Home Gateway Discovery

Run the ASUS Homegateway Discovery from the Start menu and click

Config on the device.

Manually Entering the Address

You can also open your PC’s web browser and enter the IP address of the

ASUS SpaceLink Home Gateway depending on the port you are using.

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If your computer is connected to the WAN port use

http://(WAN Port IP Address):8080

If your computer is connected to the LAN port use:

http://192.168.123.1

Web access through the WAN port (over the Internet) is disabled by default so that the above private IP can be used for configuration access. If Internet access through the WAN port is enabled by the user, port 8080 must be used for configuration access. In this case, you would enter the following:

http://(WAN Port IP Address):8080 in your web browser.

If your computer’s IP is not on the same subnet as the SpaceLink Home

Gateway, you will be asked to change it. The IP address can be any number from 2 to 254 that is not used by another device.

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Using a proxy server for your

LAN requires that you set an exception for the SpaceLink Home

Gateway or else connection will fail.

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If you cannot find any the SpaceLink Home Gateways due to a problem in the IP settings, push and hold the “Restore” button over five seconds to restore factory default settings.

User Name and Password

Once connected, a window will ask for the User name and Password in order to log in. The factory default values are “admin” and “admin”.

Home Page

After logging in, you will see the ASUS HomeGateway home page.

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Login Password

You can find “Login Password” on the Main Menu. This page will allow you to change the default password “admin” (lower case) to any password of you choice. You can enter any usable characters between 1-16 characters long (cannot be left blank). Click Modify button to save your new password.

If you forget the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s password, you can reset the

SpaceLink Home Gateway to its factory settings (see troubleshooting).

Note: The password is case sensitive.

Basic Setup

Select Basic Setup from the menu on the left.

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Click Next to enter the wireless configuration page.

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Status

The Status page available from the Main Menu gives you all the necessary information for monitoring the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s condition.

See next page for information on this page.

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Status Details

Details of the Status page items are described in the configuration pages following this page.

Wireless

Number of Associated Stations - Tells you how many wireless mobile clients are connected to the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

LAN

DHCP Server - This shows either Enabled or Disabled.

LAN Port Link State - Linked or Not Linked (indicates whether the cable is plugged in or not).

WAN

WAN Port Link State - Linked or Not Linked (indicates whether the cable is plugged in or not).

WAN Port Connection State: Disconnected, Connecting, OK (OK indicates that the IP address is working).

Printer Server

Connected Printer Status: There are five possible statuses: Off-Line (no printer), On-Line (ready), Error (problem), Out of Paper, Busy (someone is printing).

User in Service: Shows the IP address of the user when the status is busy.

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Basic Setup - Wireless

This page allows you to configure the wireless settings. See next page for descriptions on each setting.

IMPORTANT: New settings will only take effect after clicking the “Finish” button and waiting for the SpaceLink Home Gateway to restart.

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SSID & Channel

The SSID is an identification string of up to 32 ASCII characters that differentiate one SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Point from another.

The SSID is also referred to as the “ESSID” or “Extended Service Set ID.”

You can use the default SSID and radio channel unless more than one SpaceLink

Home Gateway or Access Point is deployed in the same area. In that case, you should use a different SSID and radio channel for each SpaceLink Home

Gateway or Access Point. All the SpaceLink Home Gateways and SpaceLink

802.11b client adapters must have the same SSID to allow a wireless mobile client to roam between the SpaceLink Home Gateways. By default, the

SSID is set to “default”.

Channel

IEEE 802.11b devices are direct sequence spread spectrum devices that spread a radio signal over a range of frequencies. The range of frequencies used by a direct sequence device is called a Channel.

The IEEE 802.11b specification supports up to 14 overlapping Channels for radio communication. But only 11 Channels are supported in the United

States and therefore on the SpaceLink Home Gateway. To minimize interference, configure each the SpaceLink Home Gateway to use Nonoverlapping channels. Non-overlapping channels have 25Mhz separation beginning at the first allowed channel for the country (for the US and most of Europe, channels 1, 6 & 11 are used).

Make sure that the SpaceLink Home Gateways sharing the same Channel

(or Channels close in number) are as far away from each other as possible, based on the results of your site survey of the facility. You can find the site survey utility in the SpaceLink PC card or CF card setup CD.

Basic Data Rate

Select “1, 2, 5.5 & 11Mbps” to maximize performance. Use “1 & 2 Mbps” only when backward compatibility is needed for some older wireless LAN cards with a maximum bit rate of 2Mbps.

The IEEE 802.11b specification supports four data rates: 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps,

2 Mbps, and 1 Mbps. As a wireless mobile client travels further and further away from the SpaceLink Home Gateway, the data rate automatically decreases in order to maintain a usable radio connection. Therefore, a client that is close to an the SpaceLink Home Gateway may operate at 11 Mbps, but a client that is far away from the SpaceLink Home Gateway may operate at 2 Mbps.

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Supported Clients

802.11b products can operate at 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps or 1 Mbps. This allows 802.11b devices to communicate with any existing 802.11 direct sequence devices that operate only at 1 or 2 Mbps. By default, the SpaceLink Home Gateway will support both 802.11b and 2 Mbps 802.11 direct sequence clients.

WEP

The IEEE 802.11b standard specifies an optional encryption feature, known as Wired Equivalent Privacy or WEP, that is designed to provide a wireless

LAN with a security level equal to what is found on a wired Ethernet network.

WEP encrypts the data portion of each packet exchanged on the 802.11b

network using either a 64-bit or 128-bit encryption algorithm. In addition,

WEP is also used in conjunction with the optional Shared Key

Authentication algorithm to prevent unauthorized devices from associating with an 802.11b network.

Enabling WEP can protect your data from eavesdroppers. If you do not need this feature, select “no” to skip the following setting. The SpaceLink

Home Gateway supports both 64-bit and 128-bit encryption using the Wired

Equivalent Privacy (WEP) algorithm. Select the type of encryption you want to use (64 or 128 bit) and configure one to four WEP Keys. The “128bit” method is more secure than the “64-bit”.

64/128bits versus 40/104bits

You may be confused about configuring WEP encryption, especially when using multiple wireless LAN products from different vendors. There are two levels of WEP Encryption: 64 bits and 128 bits.

Firstly, 64 bit WEP and 40 bit WEP are the same encryption method and can interoperate in the wireless network. This lower level of WEP encryption uses a 40 bit (10 Hex character) as a “secret key” (set by user), and a 24 bit

“Initialization Vector” (not under user control). This together makes 64 bits (40 + 24). Some vendors refer to this level of WEP as 40 bits and others refer to this as 64 bits. ASUS SpaceLink products use the term 64 bits when referring to this lower level of encryption.

Secondly, 104 bit WEP and 128 bit WEP are the same encryption method and can interoperate in the wireless network. This higher level of WEP encryption uses a 104 bit (26 Hex character) as a “secret key” (set by user), and a 24 bit “Initialization Vector” (not under user control). This together

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makes 128 bits (104 + 24). Some vendors refer to this level of WEP as 104 bits and others refer to this as 128 bits. ASUS SpaceLink products use the term 128 bits when referring to this higher level of encryption.

Magic Word & Generate

Automatically generate four WEP keys. A WEP key is either 10 or 26 hexadecimal digits (0~9, a~f, and A~F) based on whether you select 64 bit or 128 bit in the WEP pull-down menu. Type a combination of up to 64 letters, numbers, or symbols in the Magic Word column, then the SpaceLink

Home Gateway Manager uses an algorithm to generate four WEP keys for encryption. If you want to type in the keys manually, leave this field blank.

The SpaceLink family of products all use the same algorithm to generate the keys so that they can all use the same WEP key.

Note: This function eases users from having to remember their passwords and is compatible to ASUS SpaceLink family of products. But this is not as secure as manual assignment.

WEP Key

At most four keys can be set. A WEP key is either 10 or 26 hexadecimal digits (0~9, a~f, and A~F) based on whether you select 64 bit or 128 bit in the WEP pull-down menu. The home gateway and ALL of its wireless clients

MUST have at least the same default key.

Default Key

The Default Key field lets you specify which of the four encryption keys you use to transmit data on your wireless LAN. As long as the SpaceLink

Home Gateway or wireless mobile client with which you are communicating has the same key in the same position, you can use any of the keys as the default key. If the home gateway and ALL of its wireless clients use the same four WEP keys, select “key rotation” to maximize security. Otherwise, choose one key in common as the default key.

Authentication Method

It is suggested to select “Shared Key Only”. If “Open System Only” or

“Shared Key and Open System” is used, the home gateway may accept connection requests from unauthorized wireless clients.

Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the

SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.

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This page does not require any settings for general use.

Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the

SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.

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Basic Setup - WAN Configuration

The settings that you need to perform will vary depending on the role that your SpaceLink Home Gateway will play.

Network Backbone

No software setting is necessary in the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

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Internet Service Provider

ADSL or Cable Modem

Wireless

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WAN

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Static IP Address

IP Address - Normally, this is Dynamic (because fixed IP accounts cost more) and should be set to Automatic IP. Do not use “Static IP” if your

ISP’s documentation does not mention an IP Address. If your ISP provided an IP Address with instructions to use it, select Static IP from “IP Addressing

Method” and enter the address into the provided field.

PPPoE Account

User Name - The name of your Internet account provided by your ISP.

Some ISPs work with the entire account name along with the hosting domain

(such as [email protected]) and others require that you enter only the account name (yourname). See the example above.

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Agent to an ISP (Cont.)

Password - Enter the password for your Internet account.

Retype your password - Re-enter the password for confirmation.

DNS Settings

DNS Server - Normally this is automatic and you would answer “NO” to the question about manually assigning DNS. If you are given instructions from your ISP to enter DNS addresses, select “YES” to manually assigning

DNS and enter the IP addresses here. You can set the DNS server anytime using any connection type (Static IP, PPPoE, or Automatic IP).

Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the

SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.

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Network Backbone

Wireless

WAN

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Wireless Client

Wireless Client

Wired Client

To connect to an existing network, the IP address of the home gateway can be assigned manually or automatically obtained from a DHCP server. In the first case, fill in the IP address and the DNS address(es).

Automatic IP

This parameter determines if the SpaceLink Home Gateway will send out a DHCP request during bootup. If you have a DHCP server on the network, set this option so that the SpaceLink Home Gateway can receive an automatic IP address assignment.

If you have a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server on the network, then the DHCP server will automatically assign the SpaceLink Home

Gateway an IP address when the SpaceLink Home Gateway is powered up. To determine what IP address has been assigned to the SpaceLink Home Gateway, review the IP address on the “Status” page available on the “Main Menu”.

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Static IP

The SpaceLink Home Gateway also accepts a static IP address. You may manually configure the IP address and subnet mask on the “IP Config” page. Enter an IP address and a subnet mask in the field provided to assign the SpaceLink Home Gateway a static IP address. If you don’t now your

Gateway setting, leave it empty (not 0.0.0.0).

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Firewall

The SpaceLink Home Gateway does not only use basic NAT to protect your local network. The SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection) firewall filters out advanced forms of attacks from the Internet. A SPI firewall remembers the context of connections and continuously updates this information in dynamic connection tables.

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Select the security level for the firewall that you require. “Low” should be good enough for most home users. “Medium” and “High” levels can provide more protection for your local network but they may also stop you from executing some Internet applications. These problems can be overcome through advanced configuration options by clicking on the Advanced button.

Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the

SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.

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Wireless Access Control

(Redundant portion intentionally removed)

To add security, the SpaceLink Home Gateway has the ability to only associate with or not associate with wireless mobile clients that have their

MAC address entered into this page.

The default setting of “Disable” will allow any wireless mobile client to connect. “Accept” will only allow those entered into this page to connect.

“Reject” will prevent those entered into this page from connecting.

Adding a MAC Address

To add a MAC address, enter the 12 hexadecimal characters into the white box next to “MAC Address:” and click the Add button. The MAC address will be placed in the control list below. Only a total of 31 MAC addresses can be entered into this page so determine which will be the lesser; those you wish to accept or those you wish to reject and click the appropriate “MAC Access Mode”.

Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the

SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.

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IP Addressing Method - This displays the current selection in the Basic

Setup WAN Configuration.

PPPoE Options

The SpaceLink Home Gateway can automatically terminate the connection to your Internet Service Provider (ISP) when the connection is idle over a specific time.

Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the

SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.

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Disconnect when idle time exceeds seconds - Enter the number of seconds of inactivity to disconnect you from your ISP.

Always connected - This will always keep you connected to your ISP and reconnect if connection fails.

The following two items may be specified by some ISPs. Check with your

ISP and fill them in if required.

Service Name - Fill this in if required by your ISP.

Access Concentrator Name - Fill this in if required by your ISP.

Note: The above options are valid only when PPPoE is selected as the WAN IP Addressing Method in Basic Setup. Otherwise they will be grayed out.

Special Requirements

The following two items may be specified by some ISPs. Check with your

ISP and fill them in if required.

Host Name - Fill this in if required by your ISP.

MAC Address - Fill this in if required by your ISP.

WARNING: A wrong MAC address may lead to a network disorder.

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To make services, like WWW, FTP, provided by a server in your local network accessible for outside users, you should specify a local IP address to the server. Then, add the IP address and network protocol type, port number, and name of the service in the following list. Based on the list, the gateway will forward service request from outside users to the corresponding local server.

Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the

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List of Servers

Enter the IP address of the servers under the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

Select a protocol, port number, and enter any description you want for the service name.

Removing an Entry

To remove one of the 8 entries, select the “Item” (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8) number and click the Remove button.

Adding an Entry

Besides entering the data manually, you can also select from a commonly used entries. To add an often used service to one of the 8 entries, select the service {7 (ECHO) 21 (FTP) 23 (TELNET) 25 (SMTP) 53 (DNS) 79

(FINGER) 80 (HTTP) 110 (POP3) 161 (SNMP) 162 (SNMP TRAP)} and select the “Item” (12 3 4 5 6 7 8). Click the Add button to replace the entry that you have selected.

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Special Application

Enable or disable specific application traffic to pass through the home gateway despite any firewall settings in the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

Application Status - These commonly used applications are normally allowed to pass through the firewall. Choose Disable if you do not want users to use the following applications:

ICQ, MSN, FTP, TELNET, MIRC, REALPLAYER, QUICKTIME,

NETMEETING.

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Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the

SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.

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Firewall Bypass Zone

The medium or high security level may hinder some normal traffic from passing through the firewall. A local machine with an IP address in the following list will be only protected by the low security level despite of the firewall settings.

Firewall Bypass IP Address - Enter the IP address of the computer you wish to have access through the firewall.

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PPTP Server

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The Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) is used to encrypt network data traffic. For remote users who want to access the local network through the

Internet, it secures your data against eavesdroppers. For local wireless users, it provides an extra protection other than WEP. The home gateway supports up to 8 concurrent PPTP connections. To establish a connection with the home gateway, a user should use a valid account in the following list.

Account

Account ID - Enter name or ID number.

Password - Enter password.

Account List - Click the Add button to move the Account ID and Password entries into this list.

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Firmware Upgrade

This page reports the Flash Code (Firmware) version installed in the

SpaceLink Home Gateway. Periodically, a new Flash Code is available for the SpaceLink Home Gateways on ASUS’s Web site. You can update the

SpaceLink Home Gateway’s Flash Code using the Firmware Upgrade page under the Advanced Setup menu of the Web Manager. If you are experiencing a problem with your SpaceLink equipment, a Technical

Support representative may ask you to report the device’s Flash Code

(Firmware) version.

The firmware upgrade takes approximately 60 to 90 seconds. When the firmware upgrade is completed, you will be directed to the home page.

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Restoring Factory Default Settings

Web Manager

You can reset all settings to their factory defaults through the web manager using the “Factory Default” page in “Advanced Setup”. Click the Restore button and wait about 30 seconds before trying to access the SpaceLink

Home Gateway.

Hardware

You can reset all settings to their factory defaults manually by pushing the

“Restore” button in a hole on the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway while it is ON. Use a pen or straightened paper clip to hold the “Restore” button depressed over 5 seconds until all the LEDs on the front of the

SpaceLink Home Gateway start blinking. Release the button and the

SpaceLink Home Gateway will reboot.

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Firmware Restoration

This utility will automatically search out failed SpaceLink Home Gateways and upload a firmware that you specify. The process takes about 3 to 4 minutes and during this process the PWR, AIR, and WAN LEDs will remain lit while the LAN LED will flash slowly.

The Firmware Restoration utility is an emergency rescue tool to restore a

SpaceLink Home Gateway which has failed during a previous firmware upload. A failed firmware upgrade will cause the SpaceLink Home Gateway to enter a failure mode, waiting for the user to use the Firmware Restoration utility to find and upload a new firmware. This is not a firmware upgrade utility and cannot be used on a working SpaceLink Home Gateway. Normal firmware upgrades must be done through the web manager.

Using a Hub

If you have problems upload a firmware while using a network hub, try connecting your computer directly to the LAN port. Either 10Base-T or

100Base-TX connections will work.

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Printer Setup Wizard

This utility helps you setup your computers to utilize the printer server function of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

Add Printer Wizard

You should add your printer to your computer to simplify the SpaceLink Home

Gateway Printer Setup Wizard. If you run the “Printer Setup Wizard” without your printer driver installed, it will direct you to the “Add Printer Wizard”.

(1) Run the “Add Printer Wizard” from Start

| Printers and Faxes | Add Printer.

(2) Choose “Install by the Add Printer

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(3) Choose “Local printer attached to this computer”.

(4) Choose “Remote Port (Printer Sharing

Port)”. If this is not available, select LPT1.

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(5) Find your manufacturer and model.

Click Have Disk if you cannot find it in the list and use the driver provided with your printer.

(6) Click Next to set this as your default printer.

(7) You can print a test page.

(8) Click Finish to close the wizard.

Your printer will show in the “Printers and

Faxes” window and the check mark shows that it is set as your default printer.

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Printer Setup Wizard

The wizard will explore all available SpaceLink Home Gateways and model information of the printers attached to them in your local network.

(1) If you already have your printer installed on your printer port (LPT1), it will make this setup process much easier. See next page for instructions. Run the

Printer Setup Wizard from the Windows

Start menu.

(2) If the printer is found, the name of the printer will be shown on this screen.

Note: If there is an error communicating with the printer, you will get this message.

Make sure that the printer is ON, ready, and connected. Click Back and Next.

(3) This setup wizard will change your default printer to use “Remote Port” which is serviced by the SpaceLink

Home Gateway.

(4) Click Done when setup is complete.

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Verifying Your Printer

After setting up the printer, a printer icon will appear in Windows’ “Printers and

Faxes”. Right click the printer icon and choose Properties to configure the printer.

If your printer was previously setup, the

SpaceLink Home Gateway printer setup wizard will change your printing port from your local LPT1 (parallel) port to “Remote

Port”. If necessary, you can change this back at anytime or use Windows “Add

Printer” to setup another printer on whatever port you require.

When properly setup, the SpaceLink Home

Gateway will show the printer name in the

“Homegateway Discovery” utility and show

“on-line” under the “Printer Server” on the

“Status” page of the web manager.

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VPN Client

A virtual private network (VPN) is the extension of a private network that encompasses links across shared or public networks like the Internet. A

VPN enables you to send data between two computers across a shared or public intranet in a manner that emulates the properties of a point-to-point private link. The VPN Client utility help you to create and configure the

VPN connections.

Starting VPN Client

Click the Windows Start button, point to Programs, point to ASUS Wireless

Homegateway Utilities, and then click VPN Client.

Main Window

The main windows shows all the available VPN connections on your system.

Click Make New Connection to open the VPN Connection Wizard. Follow the instructions on the next page to create a new VPN connection. When you finish, the VPN connection name will appear in the list box.

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VPN Connection Wizard

The VPN Connection Wizard helps you create a new virtual private network

(VPN) connection. On the main window, double-click Make New

Connection from the connections list box, then the VPN Connection Wizard dialog box appears. Follow the on-screen instructions to specify settings for your connection.

Enter a unique name for this new connection entry. The name is used to identify this connection. This name is not case-sensitive. Click Next.

Enter the host name or IP address of the remote VPN server to which you wish to connect, and then click Next.

Enter the user name/password for this connection, and then click Next.

If you want to connect now, check Connect

Now and then click Finish.

After the VPN Connection Wizard dialog box closes, your new connection entry appears in the ASUS VPN Client's main window. Select a connection name and click Edit to view the properties.

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Connection Properties

Select a connection name in the VPN Client window and click Edit.

Connection Name

Types the name you want to use for this connection entry in the Name field. The name is used to identify this connection. This name is not case-sensitive.

Properties

Opens the standard DUN properties dialog for the currently selected connection. Let user to change or set parameters for a connection entry.

When you finished setting parameters, click OK to close Properties dialog box and save your changes. To discard your changes, click Cancel to close

Properties dialog box without saving your changes.

Dialing Options

User Name: Provides a space for you to type your user name for this connection.

Password: Provides a space for you to type your password for this connection. The password will be shown as asterisks for security.

Prompt for name and password before dialing: Specifies whether to request identity authentication information before attempting to connect. This information can include a user name and password. If this option is checked then a dialog box will be displayed before the connection is dialed, prompting for the user name and password. If you have already entered the user name and/or password in the edit boxes described above, then you should uncheck this box. If you want to leave the password blank on this properties page and enter your password every time you use this connection, then you should check this box.

Auto connect to this connection when opened: When this feature is enabled, it will automatically start connecting to this VPN connection when the VPN client utility opens.

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Advanced Properties

Host name or IP address of destination

Enter the host name or IP address of the remote VPN server to which you are connecting, and then click Next.

Dial another connection first

Check this checkbox if you want the

VPN connection to first make a call to an ISP. You must then select a dial-up connection from the drop-down list box.

Dialing a Connection

To dial a VPN connection, select a connection name from the connections list box and click the Connect button. The Connect... window will show. If you only see the “Hang Up” button on the main window, that means you are already connected to the selected VPN connection. Click Hang Up to disconnect from the currently connected remote server.

Buttons

Connect - Connect to remote server.

Hang Up - Disconnect from remote server.

Edit - Displays the standard Dial-Up

Networking properties dialog for the currently selected connection entry.

Delete - Deletes the selected connection entry.

Exit (or press Esc) - Closes VPN Client utility.

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Chapter 4 - Wireless Performance

4. Wireless Performance

This section provides the user with ideas for how to improve the performance of a SpaceLink 802.11b network.

Site Topography

For optimal performance, locate wireless mobile clients and the SpaceLink

Home Gateways away from transformers, heavy-duty motors, fluorescent lights, microwave ovens, refrigerators, and other industrial equipment.

Signal loss can occur when metal, concrete, walls or floors block transmission. Locate the SpaceLink Home Gateways in open areas or add the SpaceLink Home Gateways as needed to improve coverage.

Microwave ovens operate in the same frequency band as the SpaceLink

Home Gateway. Therefore, if you use a microwave within range of the

SpaceLink Home Gateway you may notice network performance degradation. However, both your microwave and your the SpaceLink Home

Gateway will continue to function.

Site Surveys

A site survey (utility provided with the SpaceLink PC card and CF card) analyzes the installation environment and provides users with recommendations for equipment and its placement. The optimum placement of 11 Mbps Home Gateways differs for 1 or 2 Mbps Home Gateways, because the locations and number of Home Gateways required are different.

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Range

Every environment is unique with different obstacles, barriers, materials, etc. and, therefore, it is difficult to determine the exact range that will be achieved without testing. However, has developed some guidelines to estimate the range that users will see when the product is installed in their facility, but there are no hard and fast specifications.

Radio signals may reflect off of some obstacles or be absorbed by others depending on their construction. For example, with two 802.11b radios, you may achieve up to 1000' in open space outdoors where two devices have a line of sight, meaning they see each other with no obstacles. However, the same two units may only achieve up to 300' of range when used indoors.

The IEEE 802.11b specification supports four data rates: 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps,

2 Mbps, and 1 Mbps. Operation at 1 Mbps provides greater range than operation at 11 Mbps. The SpaceLink Home Gateway will automatically adjust the data rate to maintain a usable radio connection.

Therefore, a client that is close to the SpaceLink Home Gateway may operate at 11 Mbps while a client that is on the fringe of coverage may operate at 1

Mbps. As mentioned earlier, you can configure the data rates that the

SpaceLink Home Gateway will use. Note that if you limit the range of data rates available to the SpaceLink Home Gateway, you may reduce the effective wireless range of the SpaceLink 802.11b products.

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5. Troubleshooting

The SpaceLink Home Gateway is designed to be very easy to install and operate. However, if you experience difficulties, use the information in this chapter to help diagnose and solve problems. If you cannot resolve a problem, contact Technical Support, as listed on the front of this manual.

Common Problems and Solutions

Problem

SpaceLink Home Gateway does not power up:

Solution

• Check for faulty the SpaceLink Home Gateway power supply by measuring the output voltage with an electrical test meter.

• Check failed AC supply (power outlet)

Problem

Cannot communicate with the SpaceLink Home Gateway through a wired network connection.

Solution

• Verify network configuration by ensuring that there are no duplicate IP addresses. Power down the device in question and ping the assigned IP address of the device. Ensure no other device responds to that address.

• Check that the cables used have proper pin outs and connectors or use another LAN cable.

• Check that the hub, switch, computer, or modem connected to the WAN port of the SpaceLink Home Gateway supports 10Mbps speed.

This is the LED result if you connect the SpaceLink Home Gateway to a(n):

Hub LED

Home Gateway WAN LED

Auto 10/100 Mbps Hub

ON

ON

Pure 100 Mbps Hub

OFF

OFF

So you will not know if the connection is bad from the SpaceLink Home

Gateway Link LED alone, you will have to look at the Hub LED if you are not sure what kind of hub the SpaceLink Home Gateway is attached to.

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Problem

The SpaceLink Home Gateway Web Manager still cannot find or connect to the SpaceLink Home Gateway after verifying the IP address and LAN cable, changes cannot be made, or password is lost.

Solution

In case the SpaceLink Home Gateway is inaccessible, you can restore the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s factory default settings.

Use a straightened paper clip to press the button located in the hole labeled “Reset” on the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway and keep it depressed over 5 seconds. The LEDs will flash when reset is successful.

Reset to Defaults

The following are factory default values. These values will be present when you first receive your the SpaceLink Home Gateway, if you push the reset button on the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway over 5 seconds, or if you click the

“Restore” button on the “Factory Default” page under “Advanced Setup”.

Name

User Name

Password

Enable DHCP

IP Address

Subnet Mask

DNS Server 1

DNS Server 2

SSID

Domain Name

Default Value

admin admin

Yes

192.168.123.1

255.255.255.0

(blank)

192.168.123.1

default home

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Problem

My 802.11b PC Card will not associate with the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

Solution

Follow these steps:

1. Try to bring the devices closer together; the PC Card may be out of range of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

2. Confirm that the SpaceLink Home Gateway and PC Card have the same

SSID.

3. Confirm that the SpaceLink Home Gateway and PC Card have the same

Encryption settings, if enabled.

4. Confirm that the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s Air and Link LEDs are solid green.

5. Confirm that the authorization table includes or exclucdes the MAC address of the SpaceLink PC card if “Wireless Access Control” is enabled.

Problem

The throughput seems slow.

Solution

To achieve maximum throughput, verify that your antennas are well-placed, not behind metal, and do not have too many obstacles between them. If you move the client closer to the SpaceLink Home Gateway and throughput increases, you may want to consider adding a second the SpaceLink Home

Gateway and implementing roaming.

• Check antenna, connectors and cabling.

• Verify network traffic does not exceed 37% of bandwidth.

• Check to see that the wired network does not exceed 10 broadcast messages per second.

• Verify wired network topology and configuration.

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Problem

I cannot find the SpaceLink Home Gateways using the SpaceLink Home Gateway

Discovery.

Solution

To configure the SpaceLink Home Gateway through a wireless LAN card, your computer must be in the same subnet of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.

You cannot find the SpaceLink Home Gateways with subnet different from your computer within the same gateway. You must change your computer to the same subnet as the SpaceLink Home Gateway. The factory default subnet of the SpaceLink Home Gateway is "192.168.123.1".

In Windows NT/2000/XP, you must login with Administrator privileges so that all functions of the SpaceLink Home Gateway Manager can function correctly. If you do not login as a member of the

Administrator group, you cannot change IP settings but can still run the Discovery utility if the original IP setting is correct.

Problem

How do I upgrade the firmware on the SpaceLink Home Gateway?

Solution

Periodically, a new Flash Code is available for the SpaceLink Home

Gateways on the ftp site at ftp://ftp.asus.com. Ideally, you should update the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s Flash Code using “Firmware Upgrade” on the “Advanced Setup” menu of the web manager.

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6. Appendix

Operating frequency range

The DSSS PHY shall operate in the frequency range of 2.4 GHz to 2.4835

GHz as allocated by regulatory bodies in the USA and Europe or in the 2.471

GHz to 2.497 GHz frequency band as allocated by regulatory authority in Japan.

Number of operating channels

The channel center frequencies and CH ID numbers shall be as shown below.

The FCC (US), IC (Canada), and ETSI (Europe) specify operation from 2.4

GHz to 2.4835 GHz. For Japan, operation is specified as 2.471 GHz to 2.497

GHz. France allows operation from 2.4465 GHz to 2.4835 GHz, and Spain allows operation from 2.445 GHz to 2.475 GHz. For each supported regulatory domain, all channels marked with “Yes” shall be supported.

In a multiple cell network topology, overlapping and/or adjacent cells using different channels can operate simultaneously without interference if the distance between the center frequencies is at least 30 MHz. Channel 14 shall be designated specifically for operation in Japan.

DSSS PHY frequency channel plan

(Regulatory Domains)

CH ID Frequency X’10' X’20' X’30' X’31'

FCC IC ETSI Spain

X’32' X’40'

France MKK

1 2412 MHz Yes

2 2417 MHz Yes

3 2422 MHz Yes

4 2427 MHz Yes

5 2432 MHz Yes

6 2437 MHz Yes

7 2442 MHz Yes

8 2447 MHz Yes

9 2452 MHz Yes

10 2457 MHz Yes

11 2462 MHz Yes

12 2467 MHz -

13 2472 MHz -

14 2484 MHz -

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

-

-

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Yes

Yes

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes-

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

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SpaceLink Home Gateway Specifications

The following technical specification is for reference purposes only. Actual product’s performance and compliance with local telecommunications regulations may vary from country to country. ASUS will only ship products that are type approved in the destination country.

WAN Ethernet Port

Support: Both Ethernet and 802.3 with Max. Bit Rate 10 Mbps

Auto crossover function (MDI-X)

Connector: RJ45 for 10Base-T

LAN Ethernet Port

Support: Both Ethernet and 802.3 with Max. Bit Rate 100Mbps

Four Port Switch with Auto crossover function (MDI-X)

Connector: Four RJ45 for 10Base-T or 100Base-TX

Wireless

Freq. Band: 2400-2497 MHz

Antenna: 2 Diversity Antennas

Modulation: Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (CCK, DQPSK, DBPSK)

Data rate: 1, 2, 5.5, 11 Mbps

Output Power: 15 dBm

Printer port

Support: Standard Print Port (SPP)

Connector: 25 PIN D-SUB FEMALE

DC Power Adapter

AC Input: 100V~240V(50~60HZ)

DC Output: 5V with max. 2A current

Visible LEDs

PWR (Power), AIR, WAN, LAN,

LPT, 10/100 indication for LAN Ports

Reset button

Push for 5 seconds to restore factory setting

Environment

Operating Temp.: 0 to 50 o

C with 1 meter/sec airflow

Storage Temp.: -20 to 70 o

C

Operating Humidity: 0 to 95% (Non-condensing)

Storage Humidity: 0 to 95%

Regulation Certification

EMI: FCC Part 15 Class B; VCCI Class B;

ETSI 300 328; CISPR 22 Class B , CE Mark,

FCC Part 68, UL1950, CSA22.2, EN60950

MTBF

More than 10,000 hrs/failure

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Glossary

Access Point - An access point is a device that allows wireless clients to connect to other wireless clients and it acts as a bridge between wireless clients and a wired Ethernet network.

Broadband - A type of data transmission in which a single medium (such as cable) carries several channels of data at once.

Channel - Wireless access points allows you to choose different radio channels in the wireless spectrum. A wireless LAN device operates within the 2.4 GHz spectrum and a channel is within a FCC specified range, similar to any radio channel.

Client - A client is the desktop or mobile PC that is connected to your network.

Device name - Also known as DHCP client ID or network name. Sometimes provided by an ISP when using DHCP to assign addresses.

DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) - This protocol allows a computer (or many computers on your network) to be automatically assigned a single IP address from a DHCP server.

DNS Server Address (Domain Name System) - DNS allows Internet host computers to have a domain name and one or more IP addresses. A DNS server keeps a database of host computers and their respective domain names and IP addresses, so that when a user enters a domain name into the Internet browser, the user is sent to the proper IP address. The DNS server address used by the computers on your home network is the location of the DNS server your ISP has assigned.

DSL Modem (Digital Subscriber Line) - A DSL modem uses your existing phone lines to transmit data at high speeds.

Encryption - This provides wireless data transmissions with a level of security.

ESSID (Extended Service Set Identifier) - You must have the same ESSID entered into the gateway and each of its wireless clients. The ESSID is a unique identifier for your wireless network.

Ethernet - Ethernet networks are connected by cables and hubs, and move data around. This is a standard for computer networks.

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Firewall - A firewall determines which information passes in and out of a network. NAT can create a natural firewall by hiding a local network’s IP addresses from the Internet. A Firewall prevents anyone outside of your network from accessing your computer and possibly damaging or viewing your files.

Gateway - A network point that manages all the data traffic of your network, as well as to the Internet and connects one network to another.

IEEE - The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The IEEE sets standards for networking, including Ethernet LANs. IEEE standards ensure interoperability between systems of the same type.

IP Address (Internet Protocol) - An IP address consists of a series of four numbers separated by periods, that identifies a unique Internet computer host, allowing messages intended for that computer to be delivered to the correct destination.

ISP (Internet Service Provider) - An ISP is a business that allows individuals or businesses to connect to the Internet. Users log on to the

Internet using an account with an ISP or Internet Service Provider. ISPs can serve IP addresses dynamically, or assign static (fixed) IP addresses to individual computers.

ISP Gateway Address - The ISP Gateway Address is an IP address for the

Internet router. This address is only required when using a cable or DSL modem.

LAN (Local Area Network) - A LAN is a group of computers and devices connected together in a relatively small area (such as a house or an office).

Your home network is considered a LAN.

MAC Address (Media Access Control) - A MAC address is the hardware address of a device connected to a network.

NAT (Network Address Translation) - NAT masks a local network’s group of IP addresses from the external network, allowing a local network of computers to share a single ISP account. This process allows all of the computers on your home network to use one IP address. This will enable access to the Internet from any computer on your home network without having to purchase more IP addresses from your ISP.

PC Card - This is an Ethernet card that connects to the PCMCIA slot on your Notebook PC. This enables the computer to communicate with wireless access points.

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PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) - PPP is a protocol for communication between computers using a serial interface, typically a personal computer connected by phone line to a server.

PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) - Point-to-Point Protocol is a method of secure data transmission. PPP using Ethernet to connect to an ISP.

Subnet Mask - A subnet mask is a set of four numbers configured like an

IP address. It is used to create IP address numbers used only within a particular network.

TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) - This is the standard protocol for data transmission over the Internet. Protocols used to connect hosts on the Internet.

WAN (Wide Area Network) - A system of LANs, connected together. A network that connects computers located in separate areas, (i.e., different buildings, cities, countries). The Internet is a wide area network.

WECA (Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance) - An industry group that certifies cross-vender interoperability and compatibility of IEEE

802.11b wireless networking products and to promote that standard for enterprise, small business, and home environments.

WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) - This is a group of computers and other devices connected wirelessly in a small area. A wireless network is referred to as LAN or WLAN.

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R&TTE List of Standard

With referring to the article of the directive of R&TTE 1999/5/EC, the following equipment:

Product Description / Supplementary Info

Manufacturer

Issue date

Wireless Router

ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.

Brand

Type

ASUS

WL-500g has been tested to and conforms with the following List of R&TTE Harmonized standards:

Standard

ETSI EN 300 328-2

ETSI RF Specification

V1.2.1 Dec. 2001

Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband

Transmission systems; Data transmission equipment operating in the 2,4GHz

ISM band and using spread spectrum modulation techniques; Part 2:

Harmonized EN covering essential requirements under article 3.2 of the

R&TTE Directive.

Meets R&TTE directive art. 3.2.a on effective use of radio frequency spectrum so as to avoid harmful interference.

ETSI EN 301 489-17

ETSI EMC Specification

V1.2.1 Aug. 2002

Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters(ERM);

ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 17 : Specific conditions for Wideband data and HIPERLAN equipment.

Meets R&TTE directive art. 3.1.b of essential requirements on protection with respect to Electro Magnetic Compatibility.

As such standards referred to tin Article 5 of the directive have not been applied or do not exist, the following Adopted solutions with descriptions and explanations as listed below, have been applied in full or in part, to meet the essential requirements of the directive:

Standard

EN 60950

LVD specification

Issue date

2000

Safety of information technology equipment, including electrical business equipment

.

ETSI EN 301 489-1

ETSI EMC Specification

Meets R&TTE directive art. 3.1.a of essential requirements on protection of the health and safety of the user.

V1.4.1 Aug. 2002

Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters(ERM);

ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements.

Meets R&TTE directive art. 3.1.b of essential requirements on protection with respect to Electro Magnetic Compatibility.

Draw up in

Data

Taiwan, R.O.C.

2003/5/22

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Taiwan 112

Signature & company stamp

LawrenceYu / R&D Engineer

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Report No.

Specifications

Applicant

Applicant address

Items tested

Model No.

Results

Date

Prepared by

A54ET560

ETSI EN 300 328-1 (V.1.3.1) / December, 2001

ETSI EN 300 328-2 (V.1.2.1) / December, 2001

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

4Fl., No. 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Wireless Router

WL-500g (Sample # A54560)

Compliance (As detailed within this report)

04/04/2003 (month / day / year) (Sample received)

04/24/2003 (month / day / year) (Test)

Project Engineer

______________________ (

Jack Tsai

)

May 15, 2003

General Manager

(

Frank Tsai

)

(month / day / year)

Authorized by

Issue date

Modifications

Tested by

Office at

Laboratory at

Open site at

None

Training Research Co., Ltd.

No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr City, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan

1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr City, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan

No. 15, Lane 530, Balian Rd., Sec. 1, Shijr City, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan

Conditions of issue:

This test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of TRC. And the test result contained within this report only relate to the sample submitted for testing.

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We here by verify that:

The test data, data evaluation, test procedures and equipment configurations shown in this report were made mainly in accordance with the procedures given in ETSI EN 300328-2 (V.1.2.1) as a reference. All test were conducted by Training Research Co., Ltd., 255 Nanyang Street, Shijr, Taipei

Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C. Also, we attest to the accuracy of each.

We further submit that the energy emitted by the sample EUT tested as described in the report is

in compliance with the technical requirements set second edition in the European Telecommunication

Standard ETSI EN 300328-2 (V.1.2.1).

Reservation:

The test results herein refer only to the tested sample. Training Research Co., Ltd. is not responsible for any generalizations or conclusions draw from these test results and concerning further samples. Any modification of the tested samples is prohibited and leads to the invalidity of this test report.

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Tables of Contents

I.

GENERAL ..........................................................................................4

1.1. I

NTRODUCTION

..........................................................................................................4

1.2. D

ESCRIPTION OF

EUT.................................................................................................4

1.3. D

ESCRIPTION OF

S

UPPORT

E

QUIPMENT

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1.4. T

EST

M

ETHOD

...........................................................................................................5

1.5. C

ONFIGURATION OF

S

YSTEM

U

NDER

T

EST

.................................................................6

1.6. V

ERIFY THE

F

REQUENCY AND

C

HANNEL

.....................................................................7

1.7. T

EST

P

ROCEDURE

.......................................................................................................8

1.8. L

OCATION OF THE

T

EST

S

ITE

......................................................................................8

1.9. G

ENERAL

T

EST

C

ONDITION

........................................................................................8

II.

SECTION 5.2.1: EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER....................10

2.1 Test Result of Effective Radiated Power for 802.11b ................................................10

2.2 Test Result of Effective Radiated Power for 802.11g.................................................11

III.

SECTION 5.2.2: PEAK POWER DENSITY...................................12

3.1 Test Result of Peak Power Density for 802.11b........................................................12

3.2 Test Result of Peak Power Density for 802.11g........................................................12

IV.

SECTION 5.2.3 : FREQUENCY RANGE.......................................16

V.

SECTION 5.2.4: TRANSMITTER SPURIOUS EMISSIONS

(RADIATED)......................................................................................20

VI.

SECTION 5.3.2: RECEIVER SPURIOUS EMISSIONS

(RADIATED)......................................................................................27

VII. INSTRUMENT AND ANCILLARIES EQUIPMENT OF LIST ....29

Appendix A: Antenna Spec. ......................................................................34

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I. GENERAL

1.1. Introduction

The following measurement report is submitted on behalf of Applicant in support of a wireless

LAN measurement in accordance with ETSI EN 300328-2 (V.1.2.1) (Dec. 2001) of the European

Telecommunication Standard.

1.2. Description of EUT

Product Name

Model No.

:

:

Wireless Router

WL-500g

Frequency Range :

2.412 GHz ~ 2.472GHz

Support Channel :

13 Channel

Modulation Skill :

DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK, OFDM

Power Type

Power Cable

Data Cable

:

Switching Power Adaptor

Mfg.: DVE

M/N: DSA-0101F-05 A

I/P: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz; 0.3A, 15VA

O/P: 5Vdc, 2.0A, 10W

:

185cm long, non-shielded, with ferrite core

:

RJ45 cable x 4: 1.2m, non-shielded, no ferrite core

RJ45 cable x 1: 30m, non-shielded, no ferrite core

USB cable x 1: 271cm, shielded, no ferrite core

Parallel data cable x 1: 170cm, shielded, no ferrite core

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1.3. Description of Support Equipment

In order to construct the minimum testing, following equipment were used as the support units.

Notebook

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

BSMI

Power type :

:

:

: ASUSTek Computer

AB00F

24NP016361

: DoC Approved

: 41016012

100 ~ 240VAC, 1A 50/60 Hz, Switching

Adaptor of PC : LITE-ON Electronics, Inc.

Model No.

: PA-1530-01

Serial No.

FCC ID

ᛀ጖

:

:

:

00151184

Doc Approved

3882B259

Power cable

Power cable

: Non-shielded, 1.72m length, Plastic hood, No ferrite core

(Between power adaptor and AC power source)

: Shielded, 1.48m length, Plastic hood, with ferrite core

(Between power adaptor and notebook)

WLAN Card : Gemtek Technology Co., Ltd.

Model No.

: C911003

FCC ID : MXF-C911003

1.4. Test Method

1. Using the LAN port of far-end computer and software provided by the manufacturer to control the EUT. The test is performed under those specific conditions.

2. Set different channel being tested and making EUT to the mode of continuous transmission received.

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1.5. Configuration of System Under Test

Turntable

AC source

Adaptor

EUT

Far-end

Notebook

The tests below are carried with the EUT transmitter set at high power in TDD mode. The EUT is forced to select of output power level and channel number by notebook computer.

The setting up procedure was recorded in 1.4 test method.

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1.6. Verify the Frequency and Channel

Channel

9

10

7

8

11

12

13

5

6

3

4

1

2

Frequency (GHz)

2.442

2.447

2.452

2.457

2.462

2.467

2.472

2.412

2.417

2.422

2.427

2.432

2.437

Note:

(1) This is for sure that all frequencies are in 2.4GHz – 2.4835 GHz.

(2) After test, the EUT operating frequencies are in 2.412GHz to 2.472GHz. So all the item as followed in testing report are need to test these three frequencies: channel 1, channel 7, and channel 13.

(3) E.T.S.I 2.412GHz – 2.4835GHz , France 2.4465GHz – 2.4835GHz

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1.7. Test Procedure

All measurements performed in this report were performed mainly according to the techniques described in ETSI EN 300328-2 (Dec., 2001) and the pre-setup was written on 1.4

test method

, the detail setup was written on each test item.

1.8. Location of the Test Site

The radiated emissions measurements required by the rules were performed on the

three-meter, Anechoic Chamber (Registration Number: 93906) maintained by Training

Research Co., Ltd. 1F., No. 255 Nanyang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C. Complete description and measurement data have been placed on file with the commission. The conducted power line emissions tests and other test items were performed in a anechoic chamber also located at

Training Research Co., Ltd.

No. 255 Nanyang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C. Training Research Co.,

Ltd. is listed by the FCC as a facility available to do measurement work for others on a contract basis.

1.9. General Test Condition

The test condition shall be as follows: (See Clause 6)

The NORMAL temperature and humidity conditions for tests shall be any convenient combination of temperature and humidity within the following ranges:

-temperature: +15 к to +35к;

-relative humidity: 20% to 75%.

The normal test voltage for equipment to be connected to the main shall be the nominal mains voltage.

For purpose of this ETS, the normal voltage shall be the declared voltage or any of the declared voltages for which the equipment was designed.

The frequency of the test power source corresponding to the AC mains shall be between 49Hz and 51Hz. When radio equipment is intended for operation from the usual, alternator fed lead-acid battery power source used on vehicles, then the normal test voltage shall be 1.1 times the nominal voltage of the battery (6V, 12V, etc.)

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For operation from other power sources or types of battery (primary or secondary), the nominal test voltage shall be as declared by the equipment manufacturer. This shall be recorded in the test report.

For tests at EXTREME temperatures, measurements shall be made in accordance with the procedures specified in subclause 6.4.3, at the upper and lower temperatures of the range as follows:

- temperature: -20 к to +55к;

Where the manufacturer’ s declared operating range does not include the range of -20 к to

+55 к, the equipment shall be tested over the following temperature ranges: a)0 к to +35кfor equipment intended for INDOOR use only, or intended for use in areas where the temperature is controlled within this range; b)Over the extremes of the operating temperature range(s) of the declared host equipment(s) in case of plug-in radio devices.

The frequency range as in subclause 5.2.3 and the e.i.r.p. Limit in subclause5.2.1 shall not be exceeded.

Tests at extreme power source voltages specified below are not required when the equipment under test is designed for operation as part of and powered by another system or piece of equipment.

Where this is the case, the limit values of the host system or host equipment shall apply. The appropriate limit values shall be declared by the manufacturer and recorded in the test report.

The EXTREME TEST VOLTAGE for equipment to be connected to an AC mains source shall be the nominal mains voltage ±10%.

When radio equipment is intended for operation from the usual type of alternator fed lead-acid battery power source used on vehicles, then extreme test voltage shall be 1.3 and 0.9 times the nominal voltage of the battery (6V, 12V,etc.).

The lower extreme test voltage for equipment with power source using the following type of battery, shall be:

-for the Leclanche’ or lithium type battery: 0.85 times the nominal voltage of the battery;

-for the mercury or nickel-cadmium type of battery: 0.9 times the nominal voltage of the battery.

In both cases, the upper extreme test voltage shall be 1.15 times the nominal voltage of the battery.

For equipment using other power sources, or capable of being operated from a variety of power sources (primary or secondary), the extreme test voltages shall be those declared by the manufacturer; these shall be recorded in the test report. Before measurements are made the equipment shall have reached thermal balance in the test chamber.

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II. Section 5.2.1: Effective Radiated Power

2.1

Test Result of Effective Radiated Power for 802.11b

Power level at which the measurement has been performed 15.02

dBm

TEST CONDITION

TRANSMITTER PEAK POWER

Tx Peak

(dBm)

Tx Ave.

(dBm)

Cable Loss

(dB)

Channel 1

Channel 7

Channel 13

25

{

C

0

{

C

35

{

C

25

{

C

0

{

C

35

{

C

25

{

C

0

{

C

35

{

C

5.21

5.70

5.27

4.58

4.88

4.81

4.86

4.54

4.63

4.58

4.95

4.55

3.90

4.15

4.18

4.24

3.90

4.04

5.80

5.80

5.90

Limit

Tx Peak : 23dBm / -7dBW

Tx Ave. : 20dBm / -10dBW

NOTE:

(1) The E.U.T is a stand-alone radio device (see the clause 6.2.2). The powered by the adaptor. So, the AC power is used as the extreme voltage source. (See clause 6.3.2.1)

(2) The value of table is worst case during test condition, includes different combinations of transmitter rate antenna polarity and temperature

(3) TX PEAK: Max Peak Power, TX Ave.: Average Peak.

Actually Peak Power = Tx Peak + Cable Loss,

E.R.P. = Actually Peak Power + Antenna Gain (11.5dBm + 3.52dBi = 15.02 dBm)

(4) ETSI (2400MHz ~ 2483.5MHz), FRANCE (2446.5 MHz ~ 2483.5MHz)

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2.2

Test Result of Effective Radiated Power for 802.11g

Power level at which the measurement has been performed 19.02

dBm

TEST CONDITION

TRANSMITTER PEAK POWER

Tx Peak Tx Ave.

Cable Loss

(dBm) (dBm) (dB)

Channel 1

Channel 7

Channel 13

25

{

C

0

{

C

35

{

C

25

{

C

0

{

C

35

{

C

25

{

C

0

{

C

35

{

C

9.06

8.43

9.70

8.89

8.37

9.05

8.48

7.97

8.71

5.07

4.12

5.28

4.57

3.93

4.71

4.20

3.62

4.45

5.80

5.80

5.90

Tx Peak : 23dBm / -7dBW

Limit

Tx Ave. : 20dBm / -10dBW

NOTE:

(1) The E.U.T is a stand-alone radio device (see the clause 6.2.2). The powered by the adaptor. So, the AC power is used as the extreme voltage source. (See clause 6.3.2.1)

(2) The value of table is worst case during test condition, includes different combinations of transmitter rate antenna polarity and temperature

(3) TX PEAK: Max Peak Power, TX Ave.: Average Peak.

Actually Peak Power = Tx Peak + Cable Loss,

E.R.P. = Actually Peak Power + Antenna Gain (15.5dBm + 3.52dBi = 19.02 dBm)

(4) ETSI (2400MHz ~ 2483.5MHz), FRANCE (2446.5 MHz ~ 2483.5MHz)

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III. Section 5.2.2: Peak Power Density

3.1 Test Result of Peak Power Density for 802.11b

Channel

Frequency

(MHz)

Rate

( Mbps )

Ppr

(dBm)

CF

(dB)

CH 1 2412 11 -0.80

6.60

Ppq

(dBm)

5.80

Limit

(dBm)

10.00

Margin

(dB)

-4.20

CH 7 2442 11 -1.08

6.60

5.52

5.67

10.00

10.00

-4.48

-4.33

CH 11

Channel

2472

Frequency

(MHz)

11

Rate

(

Mbps

)

-1.03

Ppr

(dBm)

6.70

3.2 Test Result of Peak Power Density for 802.11g

CH 1 2412 54 -0.05

CF

(dB)

6.60

Ppq

(dBm)

6.55

Limit

(dBm)

10.00

Margin

(dB)

-3.45

CH 7 2442 54 -1.08

6.60

5.52

10.00

-4.48

CH 11 2472 54 -1.33

6.70

5.37

10.00

-4.63

NOTE:

(1)For equipment using FHSS modulation, the peak power density shall be limit to

–10dBW(100mW) per 100kHz E.I.R.P.

(2)For equipment using other types modulation, the peak power density shall be limit

–20dBW(10mW) per MHz E.I.R.P.

(3)Ppr: spectrum read power density (using peak search mode), CF: correct factor,

Ppq: actual peak power density in the spread spectrum band. Ppq = Ppr + CF

(4)The value of table is worst case during test condition, includes different combination s of transmitter rate, antenna polarity and temperature

(5)The data in the above table are summarizing the following attachment spectrum analyzer hard copy.

(6)ETSI (2400MHz ~ 2483.5MHz), FRANCE (2446.5 MHz ~ 2483.5MHz)

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Channel 1

802.11b

802.11g

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Channel 7

802.11b

802.11g

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Channel 13

802.11b

802.11g

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IV. Section 5.2.3 : Frequency Range

4.1 Test Result of Frequency Range for 802.11b

Transmitter Frequency Range – DSSS Equipment

FREQUENCY(MHz)

TEST CONDITION

Lowest Channel

Channel 1

Highest Channel

Channel 13

Frequency Rate (Mbps) Frequency Rate (Mbps)

0 к

207 V

253 V

2404.80

2404.80

11

11

2480.00

2480.00

11

11

˅ˈк

230 V 2408.80

11 2480.00

11

Note:

35 к

207 V

253 V

Measured frequencies

(lowest and highest)

Limit

2404.70

2404.80

11

11

FL = 2404.70 MHz

FL > 2400MHz

2480.00

2480.00

11

11

FH = 2480.00 MHz

FH < 2483.5MHz

(1) The E.U.T is a stand-alone radio device (see the clause 6.2.2). This is powered by the main. So, the AC power is used as the extreme voltage source. (see clause 6.3.2.1).

(2) B: Battery, AC: AC Source, Rate: Transmitter Rate.

(3) The value of table is worst case during test condition, includes different combinations of transmitter rate, antenna polarity and temperature.

(4) The data in the above table are summarizing the following attachment spectrum analyzer hard copy.

(5) ETSI(2400MHz~2483.5MHz), FRANCE(2446.5 MHz~2483.5MHz)

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Channel 1 (The lowest one in the frequency range)

Channel 13 (The greatest one in the frequency range)

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4.2 Test Result of Frequency Range for 802.11g

Transmitter Frequency Range – DSSS Equipment

FREQUENCY(MHz)

TEST CONDITION

Lowest Channel

Channel 1

Highest Channel

Channel 13

Frequency Rate (Mbps) Frequency Rate (Mbps)

0 к

207 V

253 V

2403.40

2403.30

54

54

2481.40

2481.30

54

54

˅ˈк

230 V 2403.20

54 2481.50

54

Note:

35 к

207 V

253 V

Measured frequencies

(lowest and highest)

Limit

2403.20

2403.30

54

54

FL = 2403.20 MHz

FL > 2400MHz

2481.40

2481.50

54

54

FH = 2481.50 MHz

FH < 2483.5MHz

(1) The E.U.T is a stand-alone radio device (see the clause 6.2.2). This is powered by the main. So, the AC power is used as the extreme voltage source. (see clause 6.3.2.1).

(2) B: Battery, AC: AC Source, Rate: Transmitter Rate.

(3) The value of table is worst case during test condition, includes different combinations of transmitter rate, antenna polarity and temperature.

(4) The data in the above table are summarizing the following attachment spectrum analyzer hard copy.

(5) ETSI(2400MHz~2483.5MHz), FRANCE(2446.5 MHz~2483.5MHz)

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Channel 1 (The lowest one in the frequency range)

Channel 13 (The greatest one in the frequency range)

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V.

Section 5.2.4: Transmitter Spurious Emissions (Radiated)

5.1

Test Result of 802.11b

Channel 1 (30MHz to 1GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

438.01

500.45

624.73

687.17

718.09

874.51

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

LEVEL

(dBm)

-62.25

-59.65

-59.58

-57.52

-59.48

-59.18

Limit

(dBm)

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

Margin

(dB)

-26.25

-23.65

-23.58

-21.52

-23.48

-23.18

Rate

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

Note:

122.15

126.39

176.11

500.45

600.48

687.17

V

V

V

V

V

V

-60.44

-61.54

-67.11

-64.37

-60.27

-63.10

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-24.44

-25.54

-31.11

-28.37

-24.27

-27.10

11

11

11

11

11

11

(1) A. P. means antenna polarization, horizontal and vertical.

Amplitude means the fundamental emission measured

C F. means Correct Factor, Rate means transmitter rate

Corrected Factor (C. F.) = Cable Loss + Antenna Factor – Amplified Gain

LEVEL = Amplitude + Corrected Factor

(2) The margin is minus that means under limit.

(3) The value of table is the worst case during test condition. This is including different combinations of transmitter rate antenna polarity and temperature.

(4) ETSI (2400MHz~2483.5MHz), FRANCE (2446.5 MHz~2483.5MHz)

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Channel 13 (30MHz to 1GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

125.79

375.56

500.45

624.73

687.17

874.51

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

122.76

126.39

176.71

500.45

600.48

687.17

V

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-63.01

-63.54

-59.32

-59.35

-58.01

-59.58

-60.27

-60.61

-66.88

-64.37

-60.37

-62.37

Limit

(dBm)

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

Margin

(dB)

-27.01

-27.54

-23.32

-23.35

-22.01

-23.58

-24.27

-24.61

-30.88

-28.37

-24.37

-26.37

Rate

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

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Channel 1 (1GHz to 12.75GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

2319.79

2480.21

4825.83

7236.61

2319.79

4823.91

7236.61

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-51.40

-52.23

-63.19

-61.70

-55.24

-65.03

-60.37

Limit

(dBm)

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

Margin

(dB)

-21.40

-22.23

-33.19

-31.70

-25.24

-35.03

-30.37

Rate

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

Channel 13 (1GHz to 12.75GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

4937.92

7424.67

9887.25

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

2319.79

2400.00

2560.42

4954.83

7424.67

9887.25

V

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-66.79

-61.10

-59.92

-51.57

-50.23

-53.07

-67.73

-62.27

-61.09

Limit

(dBm)

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

Margin

(dB)

-36.79

-31.10

-29.92

-21.57

-20.23

-23.07

-37.73

-37.73

-37.73

Rate

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

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5.2

Test Result of 802.11g

Channel 1 (30MHz to 1GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

122.15

126.39

375.56

500.45

687.17

874.51

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

122.15

125.79

201.57

500.45

600.48

687.17

V

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-63.39

-62.86

-62.78

-57.93

-55.64

-58.79

-59.81

-60.27

-66.25

-62.98

-59.64

-61.22

Limit

(dBm)

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

Margin

(dB)

-27.39

-26.86

-26.78

-21.93

-19.64

-22.79

-23.81

-24.27

-30.25

-26.98

-23.64

-25.22

Rate

(Mbps)

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

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Channel 13 (30MHz to 1GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

122.15

125.79

438.01

500.45

687.17

874.51

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

122.15

125.79

375.56

500.45

601.09

687.17

V

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-62.85

-62.13

-62.92

-59.01

-55.98

-58.14

-59.96

-61.02

-67.34

-63.16

-59.39

-62.50

Limit

(dBm)

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

-36.00

Margin

(dB)

-26.85

-26.13

-26.92

-23.01

-19.98

-22.14

-23.96

-25.02

-31.34

-27.16

-23.39

-26.50

Rate

(Mbps)

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

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Channel 1 (1GHz to 12.75GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

2319.79

2480.21

4817.08

7333.44

2319.79

2480.21

4832.19

7333.44

A. P.

(H/V)

V

V

V

V

H

H

H

H

LEVEL

(dBm)

-53.90

-55.73

-65.72

-60.94

-58.24

-57.07

-66.16

-60.78

Limit

(dBm)

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

Margin

(dB)

-23.90

-25.73

-35.72

-30.94

-28.24

-27.07

-36.16

-36.16

Rate

(Mbps)

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

Channel 13 (1GHz to 12.75GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

2319.79

2357.29

2400.00

4925.83

7424.67

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

2319.79

2400.00

2560.42

4937.92

7424.67

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-58.24

-58.59

-58.07

-64.16

-61.60

-49.90

-49.23

-52.57

-67.12

-62.43

Limit

(dBm)

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

-30.00

Margin

(dB)

-28.24

-28.59

-28.07

-34.16

-31.60

-19.90

-19.23

-22.57

-37.12

-32.43

Rate

(Mbps)

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

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5.3

Test Result of Standby mode

122.15

125.79

156.71

200.96

500.45

600.48

687.17

874.51

999.39

Frequency

(MHz)

122.15

125.79

200.96

375.56

500.45

601.09

625.94

687.17

800.54

874.51

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-63.17

-63.60

-63.02

-65.73

-59.46

-60.79

-60.95

-58.60

-61.26

-60.24

-59.31

-60.87

-66.65

-66.17

-66.17

-59.40

-61.65

-62.74

-59.43

Margin

(dB)

-6.17

-6.60

-6.02

-8.73

-2.46

-3.79

-3.95

-1.60

-4.26

-3.24

-2.31

-3.87

-9.65

-9.17

-9.17

-2.40

-4.65

-5.74

-2.43

Limit

(dBm)

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

Rate

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

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6.1

Test Result of 802.11b

Channel 1 (30MHz to 1GHz)

Frequency A. P.

LEVEL Limit Margin Rate

(MHz)

122.15

500.45

600.48

625.94

687.17

874.51

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

(dBm)

-65.48

-65.28

-64.35

-64.27

-61.67

-63.61

(dBm)

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

(dB)

-8.48

-8.28

-7.35

-7.27

-4.67

-6.61

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

122.15

125.79

375.56

600.48

687.17

999.39

V

V

V

V

V

V

-61.53

-62.64

-68.00

-63.98

-64.66

-59.31

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-4.53

-5.64

-11.00

-6.98

-7.66

-2.31

11

11

11

11

11

11

Note:

(1) A. P. means antenna polarization, horizontal and vertical.

Amplitude means the fundamental emission measured.

C F. means Correct Factor, Rate means transmitter rate

Corrected Factor (C. F.) = Cable Loss + Antenna Factor – Amplified Gain

LEVEL = Amplitude + Corrected Factor

(2) The value of table is worst case during test condition, includes different combinations of transmitter rate antenna polarity and temperature

(3) ETSI (2400MHz~2483.5MHz), FRANCE (2446.5 MHz~2483.5MHz)

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Channel 13 (30MHz to 1GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

125.79

500.45

600.48

625.34

687.17

874.51

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

122.15

125.79

601.09

624.73

687.17

999.39

V

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-66.51

-64.65

-64.35

-63.76

-62.17

-63.94

-60.62

-63.04

-63.68

-64.06

-64.07

-60.63

Limit

(dBm)

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

Margin

(dB)

-9.51

-7.65

-7.35

-6.76

-5.17

-6.94

-3.62

-6.04

-6.68

-7.06

-7.07

-3.63

Rate

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

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Channel 1 (1GHz to 12.75GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

1607.08

1746.12

1904.75

2278.79

3216.83

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

1248.71

1374.04

1497.42

1609.04

1871.46

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-61.66

-65.34

-64.43

-65.46

-62.70

-66.50

-66.48

-63.81

-65.98

-66.71

Channel 13 (1GHz to 12.75GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

1648.21

2239.62

2408.04

3297.12

9984.83

11629.83

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

1248.71

1497.42

1648.21

2120.17

2868.25

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-57.05

-65.67

-62.07

-60.15

-57.08

-57.41

-66.00

-64.48

-64.72

-65.81

-63.91

Limit

(dBm)

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

Margin

(dB)

-14.66

-18.34

-17.43

-18.46

-15.70

-19.50

-19.48

-16.81

-18.98

-19.71

Rate

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

Limit

(dBm)

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

Margin

(dB)

-10.05

-18.67

-15.07

-13.15

-10.08

-10.41

-19.00

-17.48

-17.72

-18.81

-16.91

Rate

(Mbps)

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

11

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6.2

Test Result of 802.11g

Channel 1 (30MHz to 1GHz)

Frequency A. P.

LEVEL Limit Margin Rate

(MHz)

42.73

122.76

501.66

601.09

687.17

800.54

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

(dBm)

-63.96

-65.36

-63.98

-65.48

-62.49

-63.85

(dBm)

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

(dB)

-6.96

-8.36

-6.98

-8.48

-5.49

-6.85

(Mbps)

54

54

54

54

54

54

122.15

126.39

500.45

600.48

687.17

999.39

V

V

V

V

V

-61.35

-63.43

-68.62

-63.75

-64.45

-60.05

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-4.35

-6.43

-11.62

-6.75

-7.45

54

54

54

54

54

V

-3.05

54

Note:

(1) A. P. means antenna polarization, horizontal and vertical.

Amplitude means the fundamental emission measured.

C F. means Correct Factor, Rate means transmitter rate

Corrected Factor (C. F.) = Cable Loss + Antenna Factor – Amplified Gain

LEVEL = Amplitude + Corrected Factor

(2) The value of table is worst case during test condition, includes different combinations of transmitter rate antenna polarity and temperature

(3) ETSI (2400MHz~2483.5MHz), FRANCE (2446.5 MHz~2483.5MHz)

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Channel 13 (30MHz to 1GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

43.34

122.76

501.66

601.09

687.17

800.54

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

H

122.76

125.79

500.45

601.09

687.17

999.39

V

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-63.10

-65.51

-64.06

-64.19

-62.30

-64.93

-61.37

-63.06

-68.76

-64.24

-66.00

-59.57

Limit

(dBm)

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

-57.00

Margin

(dB)

-6.10

-8.51

-7.06

-7.19

-5.30

-7.93

-4.37

-6.06

-11.76

-7.24

-9.00

-2.57

Rate

(Mbps)

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

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Channel 1 (1GHz to 12.75GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

1607.08

1746.12

2157.37

2319.92

3216.83

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

1497.42

1622.75

2120.17

2866.29

5345.54

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-61.49

-66.01

-66.49

-64.56

-63.86

-64.48

-66.27

-66.98

-63.92

-63.26

Channel 13 (1GHz to 12.75GHz)

Frequency

(MHz)

1099.87

1360.33

1648.21

1746.12

3297.12

A. P.

(H/V)

H

H

H

H

H

1248.71

1374.04

1497.42

1648.21

2705.71

V

V

V

V

V

LEVEL

(dBm)

-68.05

-68.42

-55.72

-66.34

-59.15

-66.00

-68.14

-64.81

-64.88

-64.97

Limit

(dBm)

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

Margin

(dB)

-14.49

-19.01

-19.49

-17.56

-16.86

-17.48

-19.27

-19.98

-16.92

-16.26

Rate

(Mbps)

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

Limit

(dBm)

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

-47.00

Margin

(dB)

-21.05

-21.42

-8.72

-19.34

-12.15

-19.00

-21.14

-17.81

-17.88

-17.97

Rate

(Mbps)

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

54

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VII. Instrument and Ancillaries Equipment of List

No.

Type of

Equipment

01 EMI Receiver

02

03

04 Spectrum Analyzer

05 Spectrum Analyzer

06

07

RF Filter Section

Auto Switch Box

Microwave Pre. Amp.

Horn Antenna

08 EM Rad. Monitor

09 E-Field Sensor 3GHz

10 RF Power Meter

11 Signal Generator

12 Bi-log Antenna

Brand Name

H P

H P

TRC

H P

Anritsu

H P

EMCO

WG

WG

BOONTON

HP

Schaffner

13 Temp.& Hum. Chamber King Son

14 EMC Analyzer HP

Model No.

8546A

85460A

ASB-01

8564E

MS2665C

83051A

3115

EMC-20

TYP-8

4532

83711A

CBL6141A

THS-ML1

8594EM

15 DC Power Supply

16 AC Power Supply

17 Digital Multimeter

18

Small Bi-con. Ant.

19

GW

Ch. Hong

GW

Schwarzbeck

GPC-3030D

CF-3000E

GDM-8055

UBAA9114

Serial No.

117501

3429A00434

4151

240

3710A00279

8050381

974302

8080365

127 (CE use)

128 (FCC use)

3520A00242

3448A00217

9904-01

US36433002

6200175476

3232A00347

9704 – 5178

Y-0026

Z-0001

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Appendix A

Antenna Specification

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NInput Output

Enterprise Corp

.

PRODUCT

SPECIFICATION

DOC. No: WL-TL-17

DATE: 25-MAR-02

REV. : C

PRODUCT NAME

2.4G ANTENNA WITH RP SMA

PART NUMBER ϭ W201-108-D2

Signed By Customers

Approved By:

ٮᔈ୘:

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TEL:02-2917-7528;FAX:02-2912-1659

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NInput Output

Enterprise Corp

.

PRODUCT

DOC. No: WL-TL-17

SPECIFICATION

2.4 G ANTENNA WITH RP -SMA PLUG

DATE: 25-MAR-02

REV. : C

ˈ

ˇ

ˊ

ˉ

ᔭג

༐୚

ࢍஆ

֚ᒵஆ

Brass

TPR

ABS

ABS

ᝳ᠛

Black

Black

Black

ˆ

RP SMAށླྀ

˅

Contacter ጤ՗

Brass

Be.Copper

Brass

ᝳ႕Ꮀ

ᝳ८30u"

˄

RP SMA׌᧯

ᝳ८4u"

˜˧˘ˠ ˗˘˦˖˥˜ˣ˧˜ˢˡ ˠ˔˧˘˥˜˔˟˦ ˙˜ˡ˜˦˛˘˗

NInput Output

Enterprise Corp

.

PRODUCT

SPECIFICATION

RP-SMA R/A JACK

PCB RECEPTACLE

DOC. No: WL-TL-17

DATE: 25-MAR-02

REV. : C

.

.

W201-108-D2 2.4G ANTENNA

SPECIFICATION

1. Electrical Properties

1-1 Frequency Range …………………….2.4~2.5GHz

1-2 Impedance ………………………..…..50 Ohms nominal

1-3 V.S.W.R ………. . ……. …………. ……2.0 (Max.)

1-4 Return Loss ………………………. …- 10.0 dB(Max.)

1-5 Max. Gain …………………………….3.52dBi

1-6 Polarization …………………….

Vertical

1-7 Admitted Power ………………………1 W

1-8 Electrical Wave ……………………….1/4 â Dipole

2. Mechanical Properties

2-1 Connector ………………...…Reverse SMA Plug

Cable …………………………….. …R G 1 7 8

2-3 Antenna Body ………………………T.P.R.

2-4 Operating Temperature Range.. ……-20 к ~ +50к

2-5 Storage Temperature Range ………. -20 к ~ +50к

CH1 S11

20 dB dB MAG return loss of small I-F antenna on main board (1058x932x16M wmf)

10 dB/ REF 0 dB

3:

1:

2:

-6.252

dB

2.5

GHz

2.9

GHz

-9.111

dB

2.4

GHz

-7.886

dB

2.45

GHz

0 dB

1

2

3

CAL

10 dB/

CPL

-80 dB

START 2 GHz

Date: 28.MAR.03

02:18:30

100 MHz/ STOP 3 GHz

CH1 S11

20 dB dB MAG 10 return loss of small I-F antenna (1058x932x16M wmf) dB/ REF 0 dB

3:

1:

2:

-8.356

dB

2.5

GHz

2.9

GHz

-22.19

dB

2.4

GHz

-14.91

dB

2.45

GHz

0 dB

1

2

3

CAL

10 dB/

CPL

-80 dB

START 2 GHz

Date: 28.MAR.03

02:14:25

100 MHz/ STOP 3 GHz

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A54ET560

Specifications ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.4.1 (August, 2002)

ETSI EN 301 489-17 V1.2.1 (August, 2002)

Applicant

Applicant address

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

4F, No. 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Items tested

Model No.

Results

Date

Wireless Router

WL-500g (Sample # A54560)

Prepared by

Authorized by

Issue date

Compliance (As detailed within this report)

04/04/2003 (month / day / year) (Sample received)

04/26/2003 (month / day / year) (Test)

Project Engineer

______________________ (Jack Tsai)

May 15, 2003

General Manager

(Frank Tsai)

(month / day / year)

Modifications

Tested by

Office at

Laboratory at

Open site at

None

Training Research Co., Ltd.

No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr City, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan

1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr City, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan

No. 15, Lane 530, Balian Rd., Sec. 1, Shijr City, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan

Conditions of issue:

This test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of

TRC. And the test result contained within this report only relate to the sample submitted for testing.

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Generally Statement:

The results appear in the following order:

Electromagnetic compatibility and radio spectrum matters (ERM); Electro Magnetic

Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services;

Part 1: Common Technical requirements

Part 17:Specific conditions for Wideband data and HIPERLAN equipment.

The results exhibits below only apply to particular samples tested and to the specific tests carried out, as detailed in this Test Report. The issue of this Test Report does not indicate any measure of Approval, Certification, Supervision, Control or Surveillance by Training Research

Co., Ltd. of any product. No extract, abridgement or abstraction from a Test Report may be published or used to advertise a product without the written consent of the Director, Training

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Contents

CHAPTER 0 EMISSION AND SUSCEPTIBILITY STANDARDS ........5

E

MISSION

S

TANDARDS

.............................................................................. 5

S

USCEPTIBILITY

S

TANDARDS

.................................................................... 5

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION..............................................................6

D

ESCRIPTION OF

EUT............................................................................... 6

T

EST

M

ETHOD

.......................................................................................... 6

L

IST OF

S

UPPORT

E

QUIPMENT

................................................................... 7

CHAPTER 2 EMISSION AND IMMUNITY REQUIREMENTS

OVERVIEW ...................................................................10

E

MISSION

(ETSI EN 301 489-1)............................................................. 10

I

MMUNITY

(ETSI EN 301 489-1)............................................................ 11

CHAPTER 3 PERFORMANCE CRITERIA.........................................12

ETSI EN 301 489-17, S

UBCLAUSE

6.2 ................................................... 12

CHAPTER 4 RADIO FREQUENCY IMMUNITY TEST (RS).............18

RS T

EST INFORMATION

:.......................................................................... 18

EN 61000-4-3 PHOTO OF TEST SET-UP............................................ 20

CHAPTER 5 ELECTRIC FAST TRANSIENT/

BURST REQUIREMENTS TEST..................................21

EFT T

EST INFORMATION

: ....................................................................... 21

EN 61000-4-4 PHOTO OF TEST SET-UP............................................ 23

CHAPTER 6 ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGES IMMUNITY TEST 24

ESD T

EST INFORMATION

:....................................................................... 24

EN 61000-4-2 PHOTO OF TEST SET-UP............................................ 26

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CHAPTER 7 SURGE IMMUNITY TEST .............................................27

S

URGE

T

EST INFORMATION

:.................................................................... 27

EN 61000-4-5 PHOTO OF TEST SET-UP............................................ 29

CHAPTER 8 CONTINUOUS WAVE VOLTAGE IMMUNITY TEST 30

CS T

EST INFORMATION

:.......................................................................... 30

T

EST INSTRUMENTS

: ............................................................................... 32

EN 61000-4-6 PHOTO OF TEST SET-UP............................................ 33

CHAPTER 9 VOLTAGE DIP / INTERRUPTION TEST .....................34

DIP T

EST INFORMATION

: ........................................................................ 34

EN 61000-4-11 PHOTO OF TEST SET-UP.......................................... 35

CHAPTER 10 HARMONICS TEST........................................................36

CHAPTER 11 VOLTAGE FLUCTUATION AND FLICKER TEST.....37

CHAPTER 12 CONDUCTED EMISSION TEST....................................38

T

EST CONDITION AND SETUP

................................................................... 38

L

IST OF TEST

I

NSTRUMENT

..................................................................... 38

CONDUCTED EMISSION PHOTO OF TEST SET-UP...................... 39

T

EST

R

ESULT OF

C

ONDUCTED

E

MISSIONS FOR

M

AINS POWER

................ 40

T

EST

R

ESULT OF

C

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Chapter 0 Emission and Susceptibility Standards

Emission Standards

Emission Standard

( )

( )

( )

( )

( )

( )

( )

( X )

( X )

( X )

European Standard

EN 61000-6-3/2001

EN 61000-6-4/2001

EN 50081-1/1992

EN 50081-1/8.93

EN 55014/4.93

EN 55015/12.93

EN 55011/91

EN 55022/98

EN 61000-3-2/2000

EN 61000-3-3/1995

International Standard

IEC 61000-6-1/1996

IEC 61000-6-1/1997

CISPR 14: 1993

CISPR 15: 1992

CISPR 11: 1990

CISPR 22: 1997

IEC 61000-3-2: 2000

(Modified)

IEC 61000-3-3: 1994

+ A1/2001

Susceptibility Standards

Susceptibility Standard

( )

( )

( )

( )

( )

( )

( X )

( X )

( X )

( X )

( X )

( )

( X )

( )

European Standard

EN 61000-6-1/2001

EN 61000-6-2/2001

EN 50082-1/1997

EN 50082-2/1994

EN 55024/1998

EN 55020/2002

EN 61000-4-2:1995

EN 61000-4-3:1996

EN 61000-4-4:1995

EN 61000-4-5:1995

EN 61000-4-6:1996

EN 61000-4-8:1993

EN 61000-4-11:1994

EN 55014-2:1993

International Standard

IEC 61000-6-1/1997

IEC 61000-6-1/1999

CISPR 24/1997

CISPR 20/2002

IEC 61000-4-2:1995

IEC 61000-4-3:1995

IEC 61000-4-4:1995

IEC 61000-4-5:1995

IEC 61000-4-6:1996

IEC 61000-4-8:1993

IEC 61000-4-11:1994

CISPR/F (Sec) 159

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Chapter 1 Introduction

Description of EUT

Product Name

Model Name

Frequency Range

:

:

:

Wireless Router

WL-500g

2.400GHz ~ 2 .4835GHz

Operating Frequency :

2.412GHz ~ 2.472GHz

Support Channel :

13 Channel

Modulation Skill :

DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK, OFDM

Power Type

Power Cable

Data Cable

:

Switching Power Adaptor

Mfg.: DVE

M/N: DSA-0101F-05 A

I/P: 100-240Vac, 50-60Hz; 0.3A, 15VA

O/P: 5Vdc, 2.0A, 10W

:

185cm long, non-shielded, incorporates a ferrite core

:

RJ45 cable x 4: 1 .2m, non-shielded, no ferrite core

RJ45 cable x 1: 30m, non-shielded, no ferrite core

USB cable x 1: 271cm, shielded, no ferrite core

Parallel data cable x 1: 170cm, shielded, no ferrite core

Test Method

1. Using the LAN port of far -end computer and software provided by the manufacturer to control the EUT. The test is performed under those specific conditions.

2. Then making EUT to the following mode.

(a) EMI testing: making EUT to the linking, image display, and printing mode with support equipments

(b) EMS testing: same as above

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List of Support Equipment

units.

In order to construct the minimum testing, following equipment were used as the support

PC

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

ᛀ጖

Power type

Power cord

:

:

:

:

: HP Pavilion 500

P8574A

TW219204335, TW219204345

: N/A, Do C (Declaration of Confirmation) Approved

: 3902H097

100 ~ 127VAC / 4A, 200 ~ 240VAC/2A, 50 ~ 60Hz, 5A, Switching

Non-shielded, 2.33 m length, Plastic hood, No ferrite core

Monitor

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

ᛀ጖

Power type

Power cord

Data cable

Keyboard

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

ᛀ጖

Power type

Data cable

Mouse

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

ᛀ጖

Power type

Power cord

: HP 15’ Color Monitor

: D2827A, D2832A

: KR91161719, MY90615892

: C5F7NFCMC1518X, N/A (DoC Approved)

: 3872B039, 4872A167

: 100 ~ 240 VAC / 50 ~ 60 Hz, Switching

: Shielded, 1.80m long, No ferrite core

: Shielded, 1.50m long, with two ferrite cores

: HP

: 5181, SK-2501K

: BE21700405, M981216213

: Doc Approved, GYUR38SK

: 3892C981, 3862A621

: By PC

: Shielded, 1.70m length, with ferrite core

: HP

: M-UR89, M-S34

: LZS21750238, LZC84446151

: Doc Approved, DZL211029

: 3892D767, 4862A011

: By PC

: Shielded, 1.80m length, No ferrite core

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Fax/Modem

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

Power type

Power Cord

Data Cable

: Aceex

: DM-1414

: 9010582

: IFAXDM1414

: 110 VAC / 50 ~ 60 Hz, Switching

: Non-shielded, 1.90m long, Plastic hoods, and no ferrite bead

: RS-232 ШShielded, 1.30m long, Metal hoods , No bead

RJ-11Cx2 ШNon-shielded, 7’ long, Plastic hoods, No bead

Printer

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

ᛀ጖

Power type

Power cord

: HP

: C6464A

: TH16LEB5PK

: N/A, DoC Approved

: 3892H381

: Switching adaptor

: Non-shielded, 173cm long, No ferrite core

(between adaptor and AC source)

Non-shielded, 180cm long, with ferrite core

(between printer and adaptor)

: Shielded, 1.70m long, No ferrite core Data cable

USB

Gamepad

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

ᛀ጖

Power type

Data Cable :

:

:

:

:

Rockfire

QF-337uv

10600545

: None (CE approval)

: 3862A574

By computer

Shielded, 1.81m long, Plastic, with ferrite core

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WLAN Card : Gemtek Technology Co., Ltd.

Model No.

: C911003

FCC ID : MXF-C911003

Notebook

Model No.

Serial No.

FCC ID

BSMI

Power type :

:

:

:

:

:

ASUSTek Computer

AB00F

24NP016370

Doc Approved

41016012

100 ~ 240VAC, 1A 50/60 Hz, Switching

Power Adaptor : LITE-ON Electronics, Inc.

Model No.

: PA-1530-01

Serial No.

FCC ID

ᛀ጖

: 00153468

: Doc Approved

: 3882B259

Power cable

Power cable

: Non-shielded, 1.72m length, Plastic hood, No ferrite core

(Between power adaptor to and AC power source)

: Shielded, 1.48m length, Plastic hood, with ferrite core

(Between power adaptor and notebook)

Camera

Model No.

Serial No.

Product No.

ᛀ጖

FCC ID

Power type

: Logitech

: V-UJ16

: LZA30600780

: 861095-0010

: 4912A026

: N/A, DoC Approved

: 5V, 300mA

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Chapter 2 Emission and Immunity Requirements Overview

Emission (ETSI EN 301 489-1)

Phenomenon Application

Radiated emission

Conducted emission

Conducted emission

Enclosure of ancillary equipment

DC power input/output port

AC mains input/output port

AC mains input port

Equipment test requirement

Radio and ancillary equipment for fixed use (base

Radio and ancillary equipment for vehicular use

Radio and ancillary equipment for portable use

Reference

Subclause in the present document station equipment)

Applicable for stand alone testing

(mobile equipment)

Applicable for stand alone testing

(portable equipment)

Applicable for stand alone testing

8.2

Applicable Applicable Not applicable 8.3

Applicable Not applicable Not applicable

Applicable Not applicable Not applicable

8.4

8.5

Harmonic current emissions

Voltage fluctuations and flicker

AC mains input port

Applicable Not applicable Not applicable 8.6

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Immunity (ETSI EN 301 489-1)

Phenomenon Application

RF electromagnetic field ( 80MHz to

1GHz)

Enclosure

Electrostatic discharge

Enclosure

Fast transients common mode

Signal, telecommunication and control ports,

DC and AC power ports

RF common Signal, mode 0.15 MHz telecommunication to 80MHz and control ports,

DC and AC power ports

Equipment test requirement

Radio and Radio and Radio and

Reference

Subclause in ancillary ancillary ancillary equipment for equipment for equipment for the present document fixed use (base vehicular use portable use station equipment)

(mobile equipment)

(portable equipment)

Applicable Applicable Applicable 9.2

Applicable

Applicable

Applicable

Applicable

Not applicable

Applicable

Applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

9.3

9.4

9.5

Transients and surges

Voltage dips and AC mains power interruptions input ports

Surges, line to line and line ground

DC power input ports

AC mains power input ports, telecommunication ports

Not applicable

Applicable

Applicable

Applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

9.6

9.7

9.8

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Chapter 3 Performance Criteria

ETSI EN 301 489-17, Subclause 6.2

Criteria

Table 1 Performance criteria

During test

A

Shall operate as intended

After test

Shall operate as intended

Shall be no degradation of performance May show degradation of performance ( NOTE 1)

Shall be no loss of function

Shall be no unintentional

(NOTE 2)

Shall be no loss of function

Shall be no loss of stored data or user transmissions programmable functions

B

May show loss of function (one or Function shall be self-recoverable

C

more)

May show degradation of performance (NOTE 1)

No unintentional transmissions

May be loss of function (one or more)

Shall operate as intended after recovering

Shall be no degradation of performance

(NOTE 2)

Shall be no loss of stored data or user programmable functions

Functions shall be recoverable by the operator

Shall operate as intended after recovering

Shall be no degradation of performance

(NOTE 2)

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NOTE 1:

Degradation of performance during the test is understood as a degradation to a level not below a minimum performance level specified by the manufacturer for the use of the apparatus as intended. In some cases the specified minimum performance level may be replaced by a permissible degradation of performance.

If the minimum performance level or the permissible performance degradation in not specified by the manufacturer then either of these may be derived from the product description and documentation (including leaflets and advertising) and what the user may reasonably expect form the apparatus if used as intended.

NOTE 2:

No degradation of performance after the test is understood as no degradation below a minimum performance level specified by the manufacturer for the use of the apparatus as intended. In some cases the specified minimum performance level may be replaced by a permissible degradation of performance. After the test no change of actual operating data or user retrievable data is allowed.

If the minimum performance level or the permissible performance degradation in not specified by the manufacturer then either of these may be derived from the product description and documentation (includi ng leaflets and advertising) and what the user may reasonably expect form the apparatus if used as intended.

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ETSI EN 301 489-1

Performance criteria for Continuous phenomena applied Transmitters (CT)

If no further details are given in the relevant part of the present document dealing with the particular type of radio equipment, the following general performance criteria for continuous

phenomena shall apply.

During and after the test:

The apparatus shall continue to operate as intended. No degradation of performance or loss

of function is allowed below a permissible performance level specified by the manufacturer when the apparatus is used as intends. In some cases this permissible performance level may be replaced by a permissible loss of performance.

During the test:

The EUT shall not unintentionally transmit or change its actual operating state and stored data. If the minimum performance level or the permissible loss is not specified by the manufacturer, then either of these may be deduced from the product description and documentation and what the user may reasonably expect form the apparatus if used as intended.

For ancillary equipment the pass/failure criteria supplied by the manufacturer (see subclause

6.4) shall apply, unless the ancillary equipment is tested in connection with a receiver or transmitter in which case the corresponding performance criteria above shall apply.

Performance criteria for Transient phenomena applied Transmitters (TT)

If no further details are given in the relevant part of the present document dealing with the particular type of radio equipment, the following general performance criteria for transient phenomena shall apply.

After the test:

The apparatus shall continue to operate as intended. No degradation of performance or loss

of function is allowed below a permissible performance level specified by the manufacturer when the apparatus is used as intends. In some cases this permissible performance level may be replaced by a permissible loss of performance.

During the test:

The EMC exposure to an electromagnetic phenomenon, a degradation of performance is, however, allowed. No change of the actual mode of operation (e.g. unintended transmission) or stored data is allowed.

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If the minimum performance level or the permissible loss is not specified by the manufacturer, Then either of these may be deduced from the product description and documentation and what the user may reasonably expect form the apparatus if used as intended.

For ancillary equipment the pass/failure criteria supplied by the manufacturer (see subclause

6.4) shall apply, unless the ancillary equipment is tested in connection with a receiver or transmitter in which case the corresponding performance criteria above shall apply.

Performance criteria for Continuous phenomena applied Receivers (CR)

If no further details are given in the relevant part of the present document dealing with the particular type of radio equipment, the following general performance criteria for continuous phenomena shall apply.

During and after the test:

The apparatus shall continue to operate as intended. No degradation of performance or loss

of function is allowed below a permissible performance level specified by the manufacturer when the apparatus is used as intends. In some cases this permissible performance level may be replaced by a permissible loss of performance.

During the test:

The EUT shall not unintentionally transmit or change its actual operating state and stored data. If the minimum performance level or the permissible loss is not specified by the manufacturer, then either of these may be deduced from the product description and documentation and what the user may reasonably expect form the apparatus if used as intended.

For ancillary equipment the pass/failure criteria supplied by the manufacturer (see subclause

6.4) shall apply, unless the ancillary equipment is tested in connection with a receiver or transmitter in which case the corresponding performance criteria above shall apply.

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Performance criteria for Transient phenomena applied Receivers (TR)

If no further details are given in the relevant part of the present document dealing with the particular type of radio equipment, the following general performance criteria for transient phenomena shall apply.

After the test:

The apparatus shall continue to operate as intended. No degradation of performance or loss

of function is allowed below a permissible performance level specified by the manufacturer when the apparatus is used as intends. In some cases this permissible pe rformance level may be replaced by a permissible loss of performance.

During the test:

The EMC exposure to an electromagnetic phenomenon, a degradation of performance is, however, allowed. No change of the actual mode of operation (e.g. unintended transmission) or stored data is allowed.

If the minimum performance level or the permissible loss is not specified by the manufacturer, then either of these may be deduced from the product description and documentation and what the user may reasonably expect form the apparatus if used as intended.

For ancillary equipment the pass/failure criteria supplied by the manufacturer (see subclause

6.4) shall apply, unless the ancillary equipment is tested in connection with a receiver or transmitter in which case the corresponding performance criteria above shall apply.

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ETSI EN 301 489-17

Performance criteria for Continuous phenomena applied Transmitters (CT)

The performance criteria A shall apply.

Tests shall be repeated with the EUT in standby mode (if applicable) to ensure that unintentional transmission does not occur. In systems using acknowledgement signals, it is recognized that an ACKnowledgement (ACK) or Not ACKnowledgement (NACK) transmission may occur, and steps should be taken to ensure that any transmission resulting from the application of the test is correctly interpreted.

Performance criteria for Transient phenomena applied Transmitters (TT)

The performance criteria B shall apply, except for voltage dips of 100ms and voltage interruptions of 5000 ms duration, for which performance criteria C shall apply.

Tests shall be repeated with the EUT in standby mode (if applicable) to ensure that unintentional transmission does not occur. In system using acknowledgement signals, it is recognized that an acknowledgement (ACK) or not-acknowledgement (NACK) transmission may occur, and steps should be taken to ensure that any transmission resulting from the application of the test is correctly interpreted.

Performance criteria for Continuous phenomena applied Receivers (CR)

The performance criteria A shall apply.

Where the EUT is a transceiver, under no circumstances, shall the transmitter operate unintentionally during the test. In systems using acknowledgement signals, it is recognized that an ACK or NACK transmission may occur, and steps should be taken to ensure that any transmission resulting from the application of test is correctly interpreted.

Performance criteria for Transient phenomena applied Receivers (TR)

The performance criteria B shall apply, except for vo ltage dips of 100ms and voltage interruptions of 5000 ms duration, for which performance criteria C shall apply.

Where the EUT is a transceiver, under no circumstances, shall the transmitter operate unintentionally during the test. In systems using acknowledgement signals, it is recognized that an ACK or NACK transmission may occur, and steps should be taken to ensure that any transmission resulting from the application of test is correctly interpreted.

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Chapter 4 Radio Frequency Immunity Test (RS)

RS Test information:

Test setup: GTEM cell

Radiated Immunity Test Setup

Model 7122

Isotropic Probe

High Power

Amplifier

GTEMI Cell

EUT

Signal

Generator

EUT Performance

Monitor

Model 7122 Companion

Metering Unit

Modulation

Generator

Model 7110 Data

Processing / Interface Unit

Test levels:

(Apply Level 2)

Level Test Field Strength

(V/m)

1 1

2

3

3

10

X Special

NOTE: the “X” is an open test level. This level may be given in the product specification.

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Field strength:

( X ) 3V/m at 80 ~ 800 MHz

( X ) 10V/m at 800 ~ 960 MHz

( X ) 3V/m at 960 ~ 1000 MHz

( X ) 10V/m at 1400 ~ 2000 MHz

Modulation:

Step size:

Sweep time:

( ) FM %

( X ) 80% AM Modulation with 1KHz

( ) 80% AM Modulation with 400Hz when signal is modulated at 1kHz

( ) 900 KHz ² 5 KHz with PM 200 Hz and 100% depth

( X ) 1% step size

( X ) 2.5 Second

Test mode:

Ref. Test method of Chapter 1

Test instruments:

Name

EMCO GTEM

EMCO Probe

Model Number

5317

7122

EMCO METERING UNIT

EMCO data interface

HP Personal Computer

HP Signal Generator

HP Signal Generator

IFI Wideband Amplifier

Min-circuit Amplifier

7122

7110

D3178A

8657B

83711A

SMX50

GFL-2500VH

WG radiation meters

WG E-filed

EMC-20

2244 / 90.20

HP Transmission Test Set 4935A

B & K Precision Sound Level Meter Type 2232

Serial Number Selected

9411-1123

9406-1194

X

X

9406-1194

9410-1273

3438S00486

2928U00286

3429A00434

467-0795

N/A

BN2244129

Z-0001

3115A24046

1810564

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Comment:

Performance Criteria: (According to ETSI EN 301 489-1)

( X ) Enclosure

( X )CT ( )TT ( X ) CR ( )TR

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EN 61000-4-3 PHOTO OF TEST SET-UP

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Chapter 5 Electric Fast Transient/Burst Requirements Test

EFT Test information:

General test set-up for laboratory type tests:

> 0.25 m

> 0.25 m

EUT

EUT

(L)

Capacitive coupling clamp

(L)

> 0.25 m

> 0.25 m

AC mains supply

AC mains supply

EUT

EUT

0.1 m

Reference plane

EFT/Bgenerator (B)

0.1 m

Insulating support

Grounding connection according to the manufacturer’ s specification.

Length to be specified in the test plan.

Non-metallic table

EFT/Bgenerator

Coupling / decoupling network (A)

(L) = length between clamp and EUT to be tested, should not be more than 1-meter

(A) = location for supply line coupling

(B) = location for signal lines coupling

Reference plane

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Test levels: (Apply Level 2)

Open-circuit output test voltage (

±10%) and repetition rate of the impulses (±20%)

On power supply port, PE On input/output signal, data and control ports

Level

Voltage peak kV

Repetition rate kHz

Voltage peak kV

Repetition rate kHz

1

2

3

4

X

0.5

1

2

4

Special

5

5

5

2.5

Special

0.25

0.5

1

2

Special

5

5

5

5

Special

NOTE: the “X” is an open level. The level has to be specified in the dedicated equipment specification

Test setup: According to EN 61000-4-4

Test Voltage:

DC Power line

AC Power line

( ) 0.5 KV, 5 KH

( X ) 1 KV, 5 KHz

Signal & Control line ( X ) 0.5 KV, 5 KHz; ( ) 1 KV, 5 KHz

Polarity:

( X ) Positive

Test Duration:

( X ) 1 minute

( X ) Negative

( ) 3 minutes

Connected lines: ( ) Power line shielded

( X ) Power line non-shielded

( X ) Signal & Control line non-shielded ( ) Signal & Control line shielded

Test mode: Ref. Test method of Chapter 1.

Test instrument:

Name Model Number

Best Plus BURST ESD Best Plus V6.2

SURGE TRANSIENTS

BEST EMC Test

Instrument

KeyTek Instrument

EFT Test system

BEST EMC V2.3

(-8, -9)

E412

Serial Number

199749-019SC

199918-006SC

9505206/505207

Selected

X

Comment:

Performance Criteria: (According to ETSI EN 301 489-1)

( X ) Signal and control ports

( ) DC power input ports

( X ) AC mains input ports

( )CT

( )CT

( )CT

( X )TT

( )TT

( X )TT

( ) CR

( ) CR

( ) CR

( X )TR

( )TR

( X )TR

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Chapter 6 Electrostatic Discharges Immunity Test

ESD Test information:

Test setup: Shielded room, According to EN 61000-4-2

Test setup for table-top equipment at laboratory tests:

Typical position for indirect discharge

Typical position for indirect discharge to VCP

Typical position for indirect discharge to HCP

VPC

0.5m X 0.5m

Insulation

Horizontal coupling place

1.6m X 0.8m

Wooden table H=0.8m

0.1 m

Power Supply

470kohm

Resistor

Ground Reference Plane

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Test levels: (Apply Level 2 and Level 3)

1a — Contact discharge

Level Test voltage

(kV)

1

2

3

4

2

4

6

8

Level

1b — Air discharge

Test voltage

(kV)

1

2

3

4

2

4

8

15

X Special X Special

NOTE: “X” is an open level. The level has to be specified in the dedicated equipment specification. If higher voltages than those shown are specified, special test equipment may be needed.

Test Voltage:

( X ) 4KV contact discharge ( X ) 8KV air discharge

Indirect Discharges: ( X ) HCP

( X ) VCP

Polarity:

( X ) Positive ( X ) Negative

Test mode: Ref. Test method of Chapter 1

Test points: Each connector and enclosure of EUT.

Test instruments:

Name Model Number

Best Plus BURST ESD Best Plus V6.2

SURGE TRANSIENTS

BEST EMC Test

Instrument

BEST EMC V2.3

(-8, -9)

KeyTek Instrument

ESD Test system

Series 2000

NoiseKen Electrostatic ESS-100L(A)

Discharge Simulator

NoiseKen Electrostatic

Discharge Gun

TC-815P

Serial Number

199749-019SC

199918-006SC

9204303/9204310

9209226/9301395

2100C03605

2100C03566

Selected

X

Comment:

Performance Criteria: (According to ETSI EN 301 489-1)

( X ) Enclosure

( X ) Signal and control ports

( )CT

( )CT

( X )TT

( X )TT

( ) CR

( ) CR

( X )TR

( X )TR

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Chapter 7 Surge Immunity Test

Surge Test information:

Test setup:

According to EN 61000-4-5

Test levels: (Apply Level 2 and Level 3)

Level

1

2

3

4

Test Field Strength

(kV)

0.5

1.0

2.0

4.0

X Special

NOTE: the “X” is an open class. This level may be specified in the product specification.

Test Voltage:

Time:

Polarity:

DC Power line ( ) 0.5 KV

AC Power line ( ) Line – Line: 1KV

( ) Line – Ground: 2KV

( X ) Line – Line: 0.5KV

( X ) Line – Ground: 1KV

Control line ( ) 0.5 KV

Signal ( ) 1 KV, ( ) 0.5KV

( X ) 1.2/50

µs (8/20µs)

( X ) Positive ( X ) Negative

Connected lines: ( ) Power line shielded

( X ) Power line non-shielded

( ) Signal & Control line non-shielded

( ) Signal & Control line shielded

Test mode: Ref. Test method of Chapter 1.

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Test instrument:

Name Model Number

Best Plus BURST ESD Best Plus V6.2

SURGE TRANSIENTS

BEST EMC Test

Instrument

BEST EMC V2.3

(-8, -9)

KeyTek Pulsed-EMI

Test System

E103, 501B, E502B,

E503, E505A,

E4552A

Serial Number

199749-019SC

199918-006SC

0008260 ~0008264,

0008254

Selected

X

Comment:

Performance Criteria: (According to ETSI EN 301 489-1)

( X ) AC mains input ports

( ) Signal and control ports

( )CT

( )CT

( X )TT

( )TT

( ) CR

( ) CR

( X )TR

( )TR

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Chapter 8 Continuous Wave Voltage Immunity Test

CS Test information:

Test setup: According to EN 61000-4-6

Immunity test to RF conducted disturbances:

CDN: Coupling and

decoupling network

Auxiliary equipment 1

CDN

Equipment under test

CDN

Auxiliary equipment 1

Ground reference plane

T

T: Termination 50ohm

0.1 m support

T2: Power attenuator

(6dB)

T2

RF — generator

Test generator

Test levels: (Apply Level 2)

Level

Frequency range 150kHz to 80MHz

Voltage level (e.m.f.)

Uo [dB(µv)]

120

Uo [V]

1 1

2

3

X

NOTE: the “X” is an open test level.

130

140

Special

3

10

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Test Frequency:

( X ) 0.15 ~ 80MHz

Modulation:

( ) FM %

( X ) 80% AM Modulation with 1kHz

( ) 80% AM Modulation with 400Hz when signal is modulated at 1kHz

( ) 900 MHz ² 5 MHz with PM 200 Hz and 50% duty cycle

Step size:

( X ) 50kHz step size in the frequency range 150kHz to 5MHz and

1% frequency increment of the momentary frequency in the freque ncy range 5MHz to 80MHz

( ) 500kHz step size in the frequency range 150kHz to 5MHz and

10% frequency increment of the momentary frequency in the frequency range 5MHz to 80MHz for non-continuous duty cycle

Field strength:

( ) 1Vrms ( X ) 3Vrms ( ) 10Vrms

Connected lines:

( ) Power line shielded

( X ) Power line non-shielded

( X ) Signal & Control line non-shielded

( ) Signal & Control line shielded

Test mode: Ref. Test method of Chapter 1

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Test instruments:

Name

FRANKONIA EMV–Mess–

System

FRANKONIA CDN

FRANKONIA CDN

FRANKONIA CDN

FRANKONIA CDN

SCHAFFNER FM-Koppelzange

Model Number

CIT-10

M2+M3

T2-801

T4-801

S1-801

KEMZ 801

SCHAFFNER RF-SYNTHE

SIZERIAMP21FIER

SCHAFFNER CDN

SCHAFFNER CDN

SCHAFFNER CDN

NSG 2070-1

M325

M216

T004

SCHAFFNER CDN

SCHAFFNER FM-Koppelzange

S501

KEMZ 801

HP Transmission Test Set 4935A

B & K Precision Sound Level Meter Type 2232

Serial Number Selected

103A3113 X

A3011015

A3010002

A3015004

A3005002

17045

1020

13773

15604

15230

15167

14301

3115A24046

1810564

X

X

Comment:

Performance Criteria: (According to ETSI EN 301 489-1)

( ) Antenna port ( )CT ( )TT

( X ) Signal and control ports

( ) DC power input ports

( X ) AC mains input ports

( X )CT

( )CT

( X )CT

( )TT

( )TT

( )TT

( ) CR

( X ) CR

( ) CR

( X ) CR

( )TR

( )TR

( )TR

( )TR

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Chapter 9 Voltage DIP / Interruption Test

DIP Test information:

Test setup: According to EN 61000-4-11

Voltage dips:

( X ) 30%, 0.01 Second

( ) 60%, 0.1 Second

Voltage interruptions: ( X ) > 95%, 5 Seconds

Test mode: Ref. Test method of Chapter 1

Test instruments:

Name Model Number

Best Plus BURST ESD Best Plus V6.2

SURGE TRANSIENTS

BEST EMC Test

Instrument

Partner EMS Tester

BEST EMC V2.3

(-8, -9)

Serial Number

199749-019SC

199918-006SC

Transienter-1000 PIO

Selected

X

Comment:

Performance Criteria: (According to ETSI EN 301 489-1)

Dips 30%:

Dips 60%:

( X ) CT

( ) CT

( ) TT

( ) TT

( X ) CR

( ) CR

Interruptions >95%: ( ) CT ( ) TT ( ) CR

No unintentional responses shall occur at the end of the test;

( )Event of loss of function(s) ( )Event of loss of user stored data

( ) TR

( ) TR

( ) TR

Performance Criteria: (According to ETSI EN 301 489-17)

Dips 60%, 100 ms : ( ) A ( ) B

Interruptions >95%, 5 000 ms: ( ) A ( ) B

( X ) C

( X ) C

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Chapter 10 Harmonics Test

Test information:

Test setup:

According to EN 61000-3-2

Test item:

Quasi – stationary & Fluctuating Current Harmonics Test.

Test mode:

Ref. Test method of Chapter 1

Test instrument:

Name Model Number

Harmonic/Flicker Test HP 6842A

System

Serial Number

3531A-00102

Selected

X

Test Equipment Settings:

Line Voltage

Line Frequency

Device Class

Test Limit Overrides

Quasi-stationary Current

Harmonics Test

230VAC

50Hz

D

None

Total Number of Failures: None

Total Number of Errors: None

Fluctuating Current

Harmonics Test

230VAC

50Hz

D

None

None

None

Test Result: Pass

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Chapter 11 Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker Test

Test information:

Test setup:

According to EN 61000-3-3

Test mode:

Ref. Test method of Chapter 1

Test instrument:

Name Model Number

Harmonic/Flicker Test HP 6842A

System

Serial Number

3531A-00102

Selected

X

Test Equipment Settings:

Line Voltage

Line Frequency

Test Limit Overrides

Total Number of Failures:

Total Number of Errors:

230VAC

50Hz

None

Pst: (0), Plt: (0)

Dc: (0), Dmax (0), Dt (0)

None

Test Result: Pass

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Chapter 12 Conducted Emission Test

Test condition and setup

All the equipment is placed and setup according to EN 55022.

(1) Mains power:

The EUT is assembled on a wooden table, which is 80 cm high and placed 40 cm from the back-wall, which is a vertical conducting plane. One LISN is for EUT, the other LISN is for support equipment. They are all placed on the conductive ground. The EUT’ s LISN connect a line switch box for selecting L1 or L2, then connect to a preamplifier and spectrum.

(2) Telecommunication port:

The EUT is place as mains disturbance test. The communication line connected to ISN and then the measuring receiver connected to the ISN to measured the level of voltage disturbance.

The spectrum scans from 150KHz to 30MHz. Conducted emission levels are detected at

maximum peak mode. But if the maximum peak mode failed or over average limit, it will be measured by average detection mode.

While testing the worst-emission plot printed in the peak detection mode, and there are up to 6 highest emissions to be recorded. The plot is kept as the original data and not included in the test report.

List of test Instrument

Instrument Name

EMI Receiver

RF Filter Section

LISN (EUT)

LISN (Support E.)

ISN

Auto Switch Box

(< 30MHz)

Model No.

Brand Serial No.

8546A

85460A

LISN-01

LISN-01

ISN T400

ASB-01

H P

H P

TRC

TRC

TRC

3520A00242

3448A00217

9912-03,04

9912-05

Schaffner 16596

9904-01

Calibration Date

Last time

06/28/02

06/28/02

06/04/02

07/15/02

10/16/02

11/20/02

Next time

06/28/03

06/28/03

06/04/03

07/15/03

10/16/03

11/20/03

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Test Result of Conducted Emissions for Mains power

Test Conditions: Temperature : 26.0

°C Humidity : 53.8 % RH

802.11b

Conductor Frequency

(KHz)

Line 1

Power Connected Emissions

185.650

384.000

858.000

945.000

1397.270

2012.000

2558.000

3317.000

4445.000

5490.000

Peak

(dB

µ

V)

QP

(dB

µ

V)

57.88

57.03

43.23

---

42.61

42.88

---

---

44.98

41.61

42.06

---

41.16

---

41.75

38.35

36.28

---

---

---

Class B

Average

(dB

µ

V)

48.51

---

---

---

25.92

---

---

---

---

---

QP-limit

(dB

µ

V)

64.83

59.31

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

60.00

AVG-limit

(dB

µ

V)

54.83

49.31

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

50.00

Margin

(dB)

-6.32

-6.08

-3.39

-3.12

-14.39

-3.94

-4.84

-4.25

-7.65

-13.72

Line 2

185.490

380.000

751.120

862.000

930.270

1392.370

1947.480

2558.000

3168.350

5490.000

59.51

59.04

42.90

41.61

43.57

40.57

*The reading amplitudes are all under limit.

---

43.61

40.73

44.36

40.23

43.50

42.76

45.50

43.88

44.08

42.50

---

38.82

---

50.61

---

26.79

18.31

31.09

29.83

25.65

---

21.12

---

64.83

59.43

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

60.00

54.83

49.43

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

50.00

-4.22

-6.53

-15.27

-15.77

-13.24

-12.12

-13.50

-4.39

-17.18

-9.43

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802.11g

Power Connected Emissions

Conductor Frequency

(KHz)

Peak

(dB

µ

V)

QP

(dB

µ

V)

Average

(dB

µ

V)

Line 1

196.370

405.000

824.000

946.680

1134.000

1534.000

1748.000

3253.000

3702.000

5050.000

58.24

53.71

41.36

---

41.17

---

43.76

42.11

42.46

---

42.96

42.67

39.76

---

---

---

10.38

38.44

---

---

43.80

---

---

32.37

---

---

---

---

---

---

QP-limit

(dB

µ

V)

65.77

64.49

61.31

56.71

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

60.00

Class B

AVG-limit

(dB

µ

V)

54.83

49.31

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

50.00

Line 2

195.870

384.000

927.870

1033.550

1554.820

1652.700

2012.580

2899.000

3588.540

4809.000

58.33

42.27

41.25

56.02

44.94

---

45.95

43.22

46.49

44.49

45.86

44.23

46.09

44.69

44.23

37.87

*The reading amplitudes are all under limit.

---

44.41

39.65

---

44.72

---

35.66

35.92

33.06

34.55

18.36

---

19.15

---

64.40

59.31

61.31

56.71

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

54.40

49.31

51.31

46.71

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

Margin

(dB)

3.05

-6.08

-3.39

-3.12

-1.02

-3.94

-4.84

-4.25

-7.65

-13.72

-8.38

-4.37

-10.34

-10.08

-11.77

-11.31

-18.13

-3.73

-16.35

-4.75

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Standby mode

Power Connected Emissions

Conductor Frequency

(KHz)

Peak

(dB

µ

V)

QP

(dB

µ

V)

Average

(dB

µ

V)

Line 1

205.500

413.000

537.000

937.000

1113.000

1534.000

1703.690

1818.000

2351.000

3638.000

56.51

54.86

41.09

---

39.42

---

42.41

39.46

---

---

42.17

---

43.25

41.31

42.01

---

42.83

38.10

---

---

47.91

---

---

---

---

---

25.16

---

---

---

QP-limit

(dB

µ

V)

64.40

58.49

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

Class B

AVG-limit

(dB

µ

V)

54.40

48.49

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

Line 2

207.000

405.000

518.000

826.120

959.330

1021.800

2351.070

2925.000

3494.280

5310.000

59.21

42.71

41.64

41.78

40.03

53.71

*The reading amplitudes are all under limit.

---

---

43.66

40.91

45.21

43.31

45.19

42.70

43.99

40.15

---

43.52

41.13

---

43.80

---

---

25.06

31.22

30.18

23.94

---

25.46

---

64.43

58.71

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

56.00

60.00

54.43

48.71

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

46.00

50.00

Margin

(dB)

-6.49

-7.40

-6.58

-3.59

-6.54

-3.83

-14.69

-3.99

-3.17

-7.90

-2.63

-6.00

-4.36

-15.09

-12.69

-13.30

-15.85

-4.22

-14.87

-9.97

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Test Result of Conducted Emissions for Telecommunication port

Test Conditions: Temperature : 20.8

°C Humidity : 62.1 % RH

RJ45-10Mbps

READING AMPLITUDE

Frequency

(KHz)

164.320

16230.000

17710.000

20200.000

23120.000

26100.000

28650.000

Peak

(dB

µ

V)

71.50

60.62

60.34

58.90

59.57

59.80

59.33

Quasi-Peak

(dB

µ

V)

70.35

---

---

---

---

---

---

*The reading amplitudes are all under limit.

Average

(dB

µ

V)

61.25

---

---

---

---

---

---

LIMIT

Q-Peak

(dB

µ

V)

74.00

74.00

74.00

74.00

74.00

74.00

74.00

Average

(dB

µ

V)

64.00

64.00

64.00

64.00

64.00

64.00

64.00

Margin

(dB)

-2.75

-3.38

-3.66

-5.10

-4.43

-4.20

-4.67

RJ45-100Mbps

READING AMPLITUDE

Frequency

(KHz)

165.110

13290.000

16230.000

17710.000

21630.000

23120.600

26540.000

Peak

(dB

µ

V)

71.33

55.23

60.90

59.92

60.06

61.65

60.06

Quasi-Peak

(dB

µ

V)

70.28

---

---

---

---

---

---

*The reading amplitudes are all under limit.

Average

(dB

µ

V)

60.53

---

---

---

---

---

---

LIMIT

Q-Peak

(dB

µ

V)

74.00

74.00

74.00

74.00

74.00

74.00

74.00

Average

(dB

µ

V)

64.00

64.00

64.00

64.00

64.00

64.00

64.00

Margin

(dB)

-3.47

-8.77

-3.10

-4.08

-3.94

-2.35

-3.94

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Chapter 13 Radiated Emission Test

Test condition and setup

Pretest:

Prior to the final test (OATS test), the EUT is placed in a shielded enclosure, and scan from 30MHz to 1GHz. This is done to ensure the radiation is exactly emitted from the

EUT.

Final test:

Final radiation measurements are made on a

10 – meter, open-field

test site. The EUT is placed on a nonconductive table, which is 0.8m height, the top surface is 1.0 x

1.5 meter. The entire placement is according to EN 55022.

The whole range antenna is used to measure frequency from 30 MHz to 1GHz. The final test is used the spectrum analyzer (EMI Receiver). Measure more than six top marked frequencies generated form pretest by computer step by step at each frequency.

The EUT is rotated 360 degrees, and antenna is raised and lowered from 1 to 4 meters to find the maximum emission levels. The antenna is used with both horizontal and vertical polarization.

Appropriated preamplifier which is made by TRC is used for improving sensitivity and precautions is taken to avoid overloading .The spectrum analyzer’ s 6dB bandwidth is set to 120 kHz, and the EUT is measured at quasi-peak (below 1GHz) mode.

If the emission is close to the frequency band of ambient, the tester will recheck the data and the corrected data will be written in the test data sheet. If the emission is just within the ambient, the data from shielded room will be taken as the final data.

List of test Instrument

Calibration Date

Instrument Name Model No.

Spectrum analyzer 8568B

Quasi-peak Adapter 85650A

RF Pre-selector 85685A

Brand

H P

H P

H P

Serial No.

Last time Next time

3004A18617 06/19/02 06/19/03

2521A00984 06/20/02 06/20/03

2947A01011 06/20/02 06/20/03

Antenna CBL6141A SCHAFFNER 4188

Open test side (Antenna, Amplify, Cable calibrated together

11/29/02

05/16/02

11/28/03

05/15/03

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Test Result of 802.11b Spurious Radiated Emissions

Test Conditions: Temperature : 26.2

° C Humidity : 58.3 % RH

802.11b radiated emissions for 30MHz to 1GHz [Antenna polarity Horizontal]

Radiated

Emission

Frequency

(MHz)

Amplitude

(dB

µ

V)

126.39

300.39

374.41

686.41

747.61

748.81

26.62

30.31

30.89

19.68

18.39

20.01

Ant. H.

(m)

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

Table

(

±

)

255

54

7

175

179

190

Correction

Factors

(dB)

-1.53

-2.35

-0.48

11.35

12.10

12.71

Corrected

Amplitude

Class B

( 10 m )

(dB

µ

V/m)

Limit

(dB

µ

V/m)

Margin

(dB)

25.09

ʳ

27.96

ʳ

30.41

ʳ

31.03

ʳ

30.49

ʳ

32.72

ʳ

30.00

37.00

37.00

37.00

37.00

37.00

-4.91

-9.04

-6.59

-5.97

-6.51

-4.28

802.11b radiated emissions for 30MHz to 1GHz [Antenna polarity Vertical]

Radiated

Emission

Correction

Factors

Corrected

Amplitude

Class B

( 10 m )

Frequency

(MHz)

Amplitude

(dB

µ

V)

Ant. H.

(m)

Table

(

±

)

(dB) (dB

µ

V/m)

Limit

(dB

µ

V/m)

Margin

(dB)

62.40

17.30

1.00

304 2.88

20.18

30.00

-9.82

124.80

28.27

1.00

282 -1.47

26.80

30.00

-3.20

200.96

500.45

25.71

20.24

1.00

1.00

203

101

-2.68

4.58

23.03

24.82

30.00

37.00

-6.97

-12.18

624.01

17.22

1.00

86 9.45

26.67

37.00

-10.33

686.41

21.55

1.00

274 11.35

32.90

37.00

-4.10

Note:

1. Margin = Amplitude – limit, if margin is minus means under limit.

2. Corrected Amplitude = Reading Amplitude + Correction Factors

3. Correction factor = Antenna factor + ( Cable Loss – Amplitude gain)

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Test Result of 802.11g Spurious Radiated Emissions

Test Conditions: Temperature : 26.2

° C Humidity : 58.3 % RH

802.11g radiated emissions for 30MHz to 1GHz [Antenna polarity Horizontal]

Radiated

Emission

Frequency

(MHz)

Amplitude

(dB

µ

V)

125.18

26.93

Ant. H.

(m)

1.00

374.41

438.01

500.45

686.41

714.05

32.92

26.19

22.78

22.45

15.59

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.00

Table

(

±

)

245

15

302

32

305

185

Correction

Factors

Corrected

Amplitude

Class B

( 10 m )

(dB)

-1.48

-0.48

2.20

(dB

µ

V/m)

25.45

Limit

(dB

µ

V/m)

30.00

32.44

28.39

37.00

37.00

4.58

11.35

12.03

27.36

33.80

27.62

37.00

37.00

37.00

Margin

(dB)

-4.55

-4.56

-8.61

-9.64

-3.20

-9.38

802.11g radiated emissions for 30MHz to 1GHz [Antenna polarity Vertical]

Radiated

Emission

Correction

Factors

Corrected

Amplitude

Class B

( 10 m )

Frequency

(MHz)

Amplitude

(dB

µ

V)

Ant. H.

(m)

Table

(

±

)

(dB) (dB

µ

V/m)

Limit

(dB

µ

V/m)

Margin

(dB)

124.80

30.72

1.00

95 -1.47

29.25

30.00

-0.75

201.57

25.85

1.00

210 -2.68

23.17

30.00

-6.83

499.84

21.04

1.00

70 4.55

25.59

37.00

-11.41

624.73

19.01

1.00

215 9.48

28.49

37.00

-8.51

686.41

18.45

1.00

276 11.35

29.80

37.00

-7.20

717.61

17.10

1.00

122 12.10

29.20

37.00

-7.80

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LVD REPORT

Applicant : ASUSTEK COMPUTER INC.

Model No : WL-500g

Report No:A54LV562

Lily Technology Co., Ltd.

No. 3, Alley 5, Lane 217, Chung Hsiao E. Rd., Sec 3

Taipei, Taiwan

TEL : 886-2-8773-6799

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Report No A54LV562

Applicant ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.

4F1., No.150, Li-Te Rd.,

Test item

Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

Low Voltage Directive

Items tested Asus SpaceLink 802.11b/g Wireless AP

Model No.

WL-500g

Sample No.

Rating

Prepared by

# A54562

SELV

Sample received date 05/26/2003

Specifications EN60950, 2000 / IEC 60950, 3 rd

Ed, 1999

Results As detailed within this report project engineer

Authorized by

Laboratory

Manager

Issue date May / 23 / 2003 (month / day / year)

Modifications None

Tested by

Office at

Lily Technology Co., Ltd.

No. 3, Alley 5, Lane 217, Chung Hsiao E. Road, Sec.3, Taipei

Taiwan

Conditions of issue:

This test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of LTC. And the test result contained within this report only relate to the sample submitted for testing.

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SAFETY TEST RESULTS

The results appear in the following order:

EN60950, 2000 / IEC 60950, 3 rd

Ed, 1999

Safety of information technology equipment –

The results contained herein apply only to the particular samples tested and to the specific tests carried out, as detailed in this Test Report. The issuing of this Test Report does not indicate any measure of Approval, Certification, Supervision, Control or

Surveillance by Lily Technology Co., Ltd. of any product. No extract, abridgement or abstraction from a Test Report may be published or used to advertise a product without the written consent of the Director, Lily Technology Co., Ltd. who reserves the absolute right to agree or reject all or any of the details of any items of publicity for which consent may be sought.

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Test Report EN 60950, 2000 / IEC 60950, 3 rd

Ed, 1999

Equipment mobility…………………………….: Movable

Operating condition…………………………….: Continuous

Tested for IT power systems…………………...: No

IT testing, phase-phase voltage (V)…………….: N/A

Class of equipment……………………………..: Class III

Mass of equipment (kg)………………………...: <18kg

Protection against ingress of water……………..: N/A

Possible test case verdicts:

- test case does not apply to the test object………………………..: N

- test object does meet the requirement……………………………: P

- test object does not meet the requirements………………………: F

General remarks

“(see appended table)”refers to a table appended the report.

Throughout this report a point is used as the decimal separator.

1. Safety Strategy

- The equipment is powered from SELV by a certified DC Adaptor.

2. Testing Environment:

All testing was conducted at:

- An ambient temperature in the range 25 °C to 35 °C.

- A relative humidity in the range 25% to 75%

- An air pressure in the range 86KPa to 106Kpa

RESULTS

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Clause

1.

1.1

1.1.1

Requirement – Test Result - Remark Verdict

GENERAL

SCOPE

Equipment covered by this standard. The product is within the scope of IEC

60950

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1.1.2 Additional requirements:

Exposure to extreme temperatures, excessive dust, moisture or vibration; to flammable gases; to corrosive or explosive atmospheres.

Electro medical equipment connected to the patient.

This equipment is not intended to operate in a “ normal” environment.

(Offices and homes).

Equipment used in vehicles, ships or aircrafts, in tropical countries, or at elevations > 2000m.

This equipment is not an electromedical equipment intended to be physically connected to a patient.

This equipment is intended to operate in a

“normal ” environment.

(Office and homes)

Equipment intended for use where ingress of water is possible.

This equipment is intended to be used in applications where ingress of water is not regarded possible. The equipment is non- protected according to IEC 60529

IP-classification (IEC 60529) (IP) IP X0.

1.2.2

OPERATING CONDITIONS

1.2.2.1

Normal load as described in Annex

L or as close as possible to the most severe normal use.

The unit is running to Communicate and transmit data.

1.2.2.2

The manufacturer has not declared a rated operating time.

1.2.2.3

Rated operating time as assigned by the Manufacturer.

-1.2.2.5 Continuous operation /

Shot-time operation / Inter mitten operation.

The equipment is regarded to be for continuous operation.

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Clause

1.5.

1.5.1

1.5.2

Requirement – Test

COMPONENTS

General

Evaluation and testing components

Result - Remark

Components which were found to affect safety aspects comply with the requirements of this standard or within the safety aspects of the relevant IEC component standards.

(see appended tables)

Components which are certified to IEC and

/ or national standards are used correctly within their ratings. components not covered by IEC standards are tested under the conditions present in the equipment.

Verdict

P

P

Dimensions (mm) of mains plug for direct plug-in equipment

Torque and pull test of mains plug for direct plug-in; torque (Nm); pull

(N)

1.5.3 Thermal controls

Not direct plug-in equipment.

1.5.4 Transformers

Transformers used are suitable for their intended application and comply with the relevant requirements of the standard.

No interconnection cables.

No X-capacitor.

1.5.5 Interconnecting cables

1.5.6 Capacitors in primary circuits

1.5.7.1

-1.5.7.3 Double or reinforced insulation bridged by components.

1.5.8

Components in equipment for IT power system

1.6.

POWER INTERFACE

1.6.1 AC power distribution systems

Class III equipment

N

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N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

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1.6.2 Input current

Test voltage (at each rated voltage or at each end of a rated voltage range)

Measured current

Deviation

1.6.3

Voltage limit of hand – held equipments (max. 250V)

1.6.4 Neutral conductor

1.7.

MARKING AND

INSTRUCTIONS

1.7.1 Power rating

Result - Remark

The equipment marking is located on outside surface of the equipment.

Rated voltage (s) or voltage range(s) 5 VDC

Symbol of nature of supply for d.c. ……….

1.7.2

Rated frequency or frequency range

Rated current (A) ……….

Manufacturer ……….

Trademark ……….

Type/model ……….

Symbol of Class II ……….

Certification marks ……….

Safety instructions

2.0A

ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.

ASUS

WL-500G

Class III

CE mark

The user's manual contains information for operation, installation, servicing, transport, storage and technical data. Continuous operation.

Verdict

N

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N

N

P

P

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P

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1.7.3 Short duty cycles

1.7.4 Supply voltage adjustment

1.7.5 Power outlets on the equipment

1.7.6 Fuse identification

1.7.7 Wiring terminals

1.7.7.1

Protective earthing and bonding terminals

Class III equipment.

Class III equipment.

No primary fuse.

Class III equipment

1.7.7.2

Terminal for ac. mains supply conductors

Class III equipment

1.7.8 Controls and indicators

1.7.8.1 Identification, location and marking

1.7.8.2 Colours

1.7.8.3 Symbols

For functional indication LED lights when the equipment is operating.

There are no mains switches in the equipment.

1.7.8.4 Markings using figures No indicators for different positions.

1.7.9 Isolation of multiple power sources

1.7.10

1.7.11

IT power system

Thermostats and other regulating devices

1.7.12 Language

User's manual and marking were provided in English Versions in other language will be provided when the equipment will be applied for other national certificated.

English

1.7.13

Language ……….

Durability

1.7.14 Removable parts

1.7.15 Replaceable batteries

1.7.16 Operator access with a tool

1.7.17

Equipment for restricted access location

The marking withstands required tests.

No lithium batteries

No operator access area with tool.

Equipment not intended for installation in

RAL.

Verdict

N

N

N

N

N

N

P

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N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

P

N

N

N

N

N

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2..

2.1.

PROTECTION FORM HAZARDS

PROTECTION AGAINST

ELECTRIC SHOCK AND

ENERGY HAZARDS

2.1.1 Protection in operator access areas

2.1.1.1 Access to energized parts

2.1.1.2 Battery compartments

2.1.1.3 Access to ELV wiring

2.1.1.4

Access to hazardous voltage circuit wiring

Class III equipment.

2.1.1.5 Energy hazards Class III equipment.

2.1.1.6 Manual controls

2.1.1.7

Discharge of capacitors in the primary circuit

Time-constant (s)

2.1.2 Protection in service access areas

Verdict

P

P

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

2.1.3

Protection in restricted access locations

N

2.2.

SELV CIRCUITS

2.2.1

2.2.2

2.2.3

2.2.4

General requirement

Voltage under normal conditions

Voltage under fault condition

2.2.3.1 -2.2.3.3 Method used for separation

Connection of SELV circuits to other circuits

SELV limits are not exceeded under normal condition and after a single fault.

Within SELV limits

Moreover a limit of 71 V peak, or 120 V dc. shall not be exceeded.

Class III equipment.

SELV circuits are only connected to other

SELV circuits.

N

P

P

P

N

P

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Clause Requirement – Test

2.3

TNV CIRCUITS

2.3.1 Limits

2.3.2

Type of TNV circuits

Separation from other circuits and from accessible parts

Result - Remark

No TNV circuits.

Supplementary insulation.

2.3.3 Separation from hazardous voltage No hazardous voltage.

2.3.4

2.3.5

2.4.

2.5

2.6.

Connection of TNV circuits to other circuits

Test for operating voltage generated externally

Supplementary insulation.

Test is conducted.

LIMITED CURRENT CIRCUIT: 2.4.1-2.4.3;No limited current circuits.

LIMITED POWER SOURCE

No Limited power source.

PROVISIONS FOR EARTHING

2.6.1-2.6.5.8; Class III equipment.

AND BONDING

2.7.

OVERCURRENT AND EARTH

FAULT PROTECTION IN

PRIMARY CIRCUITS

Class III equipment

SAFETY INTERLOCKS

2.8.1-2.8.8; No safety interlocks. 2.8.

2.9

ELECTRICAL INSULATION

2.9.1 Properties of insulating materials

2.9.2 Humidity conditioning

Humidity treatment performed at 25 ℃ for

47hrs at 91-95%

Verdict

--

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

2.9.3 Requirements for insulation Please refer to 4.5.1, 5.2 and 2.10

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Clause

2.9.4

2.9.5

Requirement – Test

Insulation parameters

Categories of insulation

Result - Remark

Application complies with sub-clauses

4.5.1, 5.2 and 2.10

Insulation is consider to be supplementary insulation.

2.10

CLEARANCES, CREEPAGE

DISTANCES AND DISTANCE

THOUGH INSULATION

Normal voltage

Pollution degree

CTI rating

2.10.1 General

2.10.2 Determination of working voltages

2.10.3 Clearances

2.10.3.1 General

10mm air gap between hazardous voltage and accessible conductive parts of enclosure.

2mm air gap between hazardous voltage and earthed accessible conductive parts of enclosure.

2.10.3.2 Clearances in primary circuits

2.10.3.3 Clearances in secondary circuits

2.10.3.4 Measurement of transient levels

2.10.4 Creepage distances

2.10.5 Solid insulation

2.10.5.1

Minimum distances through insulation

2.10.5.2 Thin sheet material

2.10.5.3 Printed boards

Considered. see the following clauses:

See table 2.10

Refer below:

Not applicable.

See table 2.10

Measurement not relevant

Considered

Refer below:

Considered when transformer approval.

PCB does not serve as insulation barrier.

Verdict

P

P

N

N

P

P

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P

P

P

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P

N

N

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2.10.5.4 Wound components

Result - Remark

No wound components without interleaved insulation.

Two wires in contact inside component

No wound components used.

2.10.6 Coated printed boards

No special coating in order to reduce distances.

2.10.6.1 General

2.10.6.2

Sample preparation and preliminary inspection

2.10.6.3 Thermal cycling

2.10.6.4 Thermal ageing

2.10.6.5 Electric strength test

2.10.6.6 Abrasion resistance test

2.10.7 Enclose and sealed parts

2.10.8

Spacing filled by insulating compound

2.10.9 Components external terminations

No enclosed hermetically sealed components.

2.10.10 Insulation with varying dimensions No such transformer used.

3..

3.1.

WIRING, CONNECTIONS AND

SUPPLY

GENERAL

3.1.1 Current rating and overcurrent protection

3.1.2

Protection against mechanical damage

3.1.3 Securing of internal wiring

No internal wiring/ interconnection cables.

No internal wiring.

No internal wiring.

Verdict

N

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N

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N

N

P

N

N

N

N

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Clause Requirement – Test

3.1.4 Insulation of conductors

3.1.5 Beads and ceramic insulators

3.1.6

Screws for electrical contact pressure

No internal wiring.

Not used.

Result - Remark

No electric screw connection.

3.1.7

3.4.

3.5

Non-metallic materials in electrical connections

No contact pressure through insulation material.

3.1.8

Self-tapping and spaced thread screws

Thread-cutting or space thread screws are not used for electrical connections.

3.1.9 Termination of conductors

10 N force test

3.1.10 Sleeving on wring

3.2.

No internal wiring.

CONNECTION TO A.C. MAINS

SUPPLIES

Class III equipment. No direct connection to mains.

Termination can not become displaced so that clearances and creepage distances can be reduced.

3.3.

WIRING TERMINALS FOR

CONNECTION OF EXTERNAL

3.3.1-3.3.8;Class III equipment. No direct connection to mains.

CONDUCTORS

DISCONNECTION FROM THE

Class III equipment. No direct connection

A.C. MAINS SUPPLY

to mains.

INTERCONNECTION OF

EQUIPMENT

Verdict

N

N

N

N

N

N

P

P

N

N

N

3.5.1 General requirements See below

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3.5.2 Type of interconnection circuits

3.5.3

ELV circuits as interconnection circuits

No TNV circuits.

No ELV interconnection

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N

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4..

PHYSICAL REOUIAEMENTS

4.1. Stability

Angle of 10°

Test: force (20%of the weight of the unit, max. 250N)

Test: force (800N)

Refer below:

Unit does not overbalance at 10°

Not floor standing.

Not floor standing.

4.2.

4.2.2

MECHANICAL STRENGTH

Steady force test, 10 N No hazard, ref. Comment in table 2.10.

4.2.3 Internal enclosures 30N 3 ; 5 No internal enclosure.

4.2.4 External enclosures 250N 10 ; 5 No hazard. The test is performed at 250N.

4.2.5 Impact test

4.2.6

Fall test

Swing test

Drop test

Refer below:

No hazard as result form the steel sphere fall test.

No hazard as result form the steel sphere swing test.

Drop test not applicable.

4.2.7 Stress relief

4.2.8 Cathode ray tubes

4.2.9 High pressure lamps

4.2.10 Well or ceiling mounted equipment

The enclosure is metal.

CRT is not used in the equipment.

No high pressure lamps in the equipment.

Not intended to be mounted on a wall or ceiling.

4.3.

4 3 1

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

Edges and corners

All edges and corners are rounded and/or smoothed.

4.3.2 Handles and manual controls No knobs, grips, handles, lever etc.

Verdict

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P

N

N

P

P

N

P

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

P

N

4.3.3 Adjustable controls No hazardous adjustable controls.

N

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4.3.4

4.3.5

Requirement – Test

Securing of parts

Connection of plugs and sockets

4.3.6 Direct plug-in equipment

4.3.7

Torque (Nm)

Heating elements in earthed equipment

Result - Remark

No loosening of parts impairing creepage distances or clearances is likely to occur.

SELV and TNV connectors do not comply with IEC 60320 or IEC 60083.

Not intended to plug directly into a wall socket-outlet.

Nm

Verdict

P

P

N

No heating elements provided.

4.3.8 Batteries No lithium batteries.

4.3.9

4.3.10

4.3.11

Oil and grease

Dust, powders, liquids or gases

Containers for liquids or gases

Insulation not in contact with oil or grease.

The equipment does not generate ionising radiation or use a leaser, and does not contain flammable liquids or gases.

No containers for liquids or gases in the equipment.

4.3.12 Flammable liquids.

The equipment dose not contain flammable liquid.

Quantity of liquid

Flash point

4.3.13 Radiation

L

Diffusion LED only.

4.4

PROTECTION AGAINST

HAZARDOUS MOVING PARTS

4.4.1 General

Adequate protection against risk of personal injury.

4.4.2 Protection in operator access areas No moving parts.

4.4.3

Protection in restricted access areas location.

Not intended for installation in RAL.

4.4.4 Protection in service access areas

Unintentional contact is not likely in service access areas.

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N

N

N

N

N

P

N

N

P

N

N

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4.5

THERMAL REQUIREMENTS

4.5.1 Temper rises

4.5.2 Resistance to abnormal heat

4.6

OPENING IN ENCLOSURE

(see appended table)

4.6.1 Top and side openings

4. 6.2

Top openings

Dimensions (mm) ……….

Front, side and rear openings

Dimensions (mm) ……….

Bottom of fire enclosures

Refer below:

Openings in top are not located above bare parts at hazardous voltage.

Openings in top are not located above bare parts at hazardous voltage.

Protection against emission of flame, molten metal, flaming or glowing particles or drops by the fire enclosure with no bottom opening.

4.6.3 Doors and covers in fire enclosure No door or cover.

4.6.4 Opening in transportable equipment

4.6.5

4.7.

Adhesives for constructional purposes

Conditioning temperature/time

RESISTANCE TO FIRE

No barrier secured by adhesive inside enclosure.

℃/week(s).

4.7.1

Reducing the risk of ignition and spread of flame

4.7.2 Condition for a fire enclosure

Method 1 is used.

4.7.2.1 Parts requiring a fire enclosure

4.7.2.2 Parts not requiring a fire enclosure

4.7.3 Materials

4.7.3.1 General

Refer below:

The fire enclosure is required to cover all parts.

The fire enclosure is required to cover all parts.

Components and materials have adequate flammability classification, Refer to “List of Critical Components”.

Considered.

P

N

N

N

--

N

P

P

N

N

P

Verdict

P

N

P

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4.7.3.2 Materials for fire enclosure That is fire enclosure.

N

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4.7.3.3

Requirement – Test

Material for components and other parts outside fire enclosure

4.7.3.4

Materials for components and other parts inside fire enclosure

4.7.3.5 Materials for air filter assemblies

4.7.3.6

Materials used in high-voltage components

Result - Remark

No parts outside the fire enclosure.

Other materials inside fire enclosure are minimum 94V-2 material.

No air filter assemblies

No used high-voltage components.

5.

5.1

ELECTRICAL

REQUIREMENTS AND

SIMULATED ABNORMAL

CONDITIONS

Touch current and simulated abnormal conductions

Class III equipment.

5.1.1 General No applicable.

5.1.2

5.1.3

Equipment under test (EUT)

Test circuit

5.1.4 Application of measuring instrument

Tested for connection to IT power distribution system.

(also relevant for TN or TT power distribution system)

5.1.5

5.1.6

Test procedure

Test measurements

Test voltage

Measured current

Max. allowed current mA mA

5.1.7

Equipment with earth leakage current exceeding 3.5 A

5.1.8

Touch currents to and form telecommunication network.

Verdict

N

N

N

N

P

N

N

--

N

N

N

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N

N

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5.1.8.1

Requirement – Test

Limitation of the touch current to a telecommunication network

Test voltage

Measured current

Max. allowed current

5.1.8.2 Summation of touch currents form telecommunication networks

5.2.

ELECTRIC STRENGTH

5.2.1 -5.2.2 General. Test procedure

5.3.

ABNORMAL OPERATING AND

FAULT CONDITIONS

Result - Remark

None of the values measured shall exceed 0.25 mA r.m.s

≦0.25 mA

5.3.1

Protection against overload and abnormal operation

5.3.2 Motors

5.3.3 Transformers

5.3.4 Functional insulation

5.3.5 Electromechanical components

5.3.6 Simulation of faults

5.3.7 Unattended equipment

5.3.8

Compliance criteria for abnormal operating and fault conditions

No motors.

Refer to 5.3.8

Refer to 5.3.8

Refer below:

5.3.8.1 During the tests

5.3.8.2 After the tests

No fire or molten metal occurred and no deformation of enclosure during the tests.

No reduction of clearance and creepage distances, Electric strength test is made on basic and supplementary insulation.

N

P

Verdict

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

N

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6.

6.1.

Requirement – Test Result - Remark

CONNECTION TO

TELECOMMUNICATION

NETWORKS

PROTECTION OF

TELECOMMUNICATION

NETWORK SERVICE

PERSONNEL, AND USERS OF

OTHER EQUIPMENT

CONNECTED TO THE

NETWORK, FROM HAZARDS

IN THE EQUIPMENT.

No TNV circuits.

6.1.1 Protection from hazardous voltages

6.1.2

Separation of the telecommunication network form earth

6.1.2.1 Requirements

Test voltage

Refer below:

There are no connections to protective earth.

V

Current in the test circuit mA

6.1.2.2 Exclusions No exclusions are applicable.

6.2

PROTECTION OF THE

EQUIPMENT USERS FROM

VOLTAGES ON THE

TELECOMMUNICATION

NETWORKS.

6.2.1 Separation requirement

6.2.2 Electric strength test procedure

6.2.2.1 Impulse test

6.2.2.2 Steady-state test

6.2.2.2 applied.

Not applicable, ref. Sub-clause 6.2.2.2

Verdict

--

N

N

N

N

N

--

N

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P

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6.2.2.3 Compliance criteria

6.3.

PROTECTION OF

TELECOMMUNICATION

WIRING SYSTEM FROM

OVERHEATING

Maximum output current

Current limiting method

Result - Remark

No breakdown of insulation during above tests.

A

Verdict

N

N

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Annex A

TESTS FOR RESISTANCE TO

HEAT ND FIRE

All materials have suitable flame class, no testing required.

A.1

A.2

A

Flammability test for fire enclosures of moveable equipment having a total mass exceeding 18kg, and of stationary equipment.

Flammability test for fire enclosures of moveable equipment having a total mass not exceeding 18kg, and for materials located within fire enclosure.

Tested material

Mounting of samples during test;,

Wall thickness

Sample 1 burning time

Sample 2 burning time

Sample 3 burning time

Material: compliance with the requirements

Manufacturer of tested material

Type of tested material

Additional information

Verdict

N

N

N

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N

N

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N

N

N

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Annex B

Requirement - Test

MOTOR TESTS UNDER

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS

B.2

B.4

B.5

B.6

B.7

B.7.2

B.7.3

B.8

B.9

B.10

Result – Remark

No motors in the equipment.

Position

Manufacturer

Type

Rated voltage (V) or current (A)

Max. Temperatures

Running overload test

Locked-rotor overload test

Test duration (days)

Electric strength test: test voltage (V)

Running overload test for DC motor in secondary circuits

Locked-rotor overload test for DC motor in secondary circuits

Alternative test procedure; test time (h)

Electric strength test

Test for motors with capacitors

Test for three-phase motor

Test for series motors operating voltage (V)

Verdict

N

N

N

N

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N

N

N

N

N

N

N

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Annex C TRANSFORMERS

C.1

Position

Manufacturer

Type

Rated values

Method of protection

Overload test

Linear transformer

Ferro-resonant transformer

Transform for switch mode power supply

Type of thermal cut-out

C.2 Insulation

Precautions taken

Retaining of end turns of all windings

Earthed screen for protective purposes

Result – Remark

Approved transformer used.

The insulation fulfil the requirements in

2.10 and relevant tests of 5.2.2

See the attached specification for the transformer.

Secured to the soldering pins with wrapping.

No earthed screen for protective purposes.

N

N

N

Verdict

N

N

N

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N

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APPENDED TABLES

1.5

List of critical components

P

Object/part No

Plastic enclosure

Switch Adaptor

Manufacturer/

Trademark

Applicant’s

Spec.

Type / model

---

DVE

Technical

Data

94V-HB or batter

DSA-0101F-05A

I/P: 100~240VAC

50-60Hz

O/P: 5V DC 2.0A

Main PCB Recognized --- 94V-0

Mark(s) of

Conformity

UL R/C

UL/CE

UL R/C

1.6 Input Test

Operating Condition

P

Input Condition Input Current (A)

Volts DC Rated Measured

Average

Power Watts

Max. Normal Load 5.0 2.0 1.1 5.5

2.10 Clearance and creepage distance measurements P

Type of insulation

Position/Location

Working voltage Clearance 2.10.3

Up U rms Required Measured

B/S PCB TNV SELV <120V <120V 1.0mm >1.0mm

Comm.

2.10 Clearance and creepage distance measurements P

Type of insulation

Position/Location

Working voltage Creepage distance 2.10.4

Comm.

Up U rms Required Measured

B/S PCB TNV SELV <120V <120V 1.5mm >1.5mm

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4.5 Temperature measurements P

Test voltage (V)…………………..: t1 ( °C)……………………...:

Temperature rise dT of part/at:

T1 body

TEST POINT

CH01

5 VDC

Dt (K)

8.7

-

-

Required dT (K)

60

U3 body

U11 body

U30 body

CH02

CH03

CH04

23.9

35.5

17.9

60

60

60

U8 body

L15 body

C183 body

RF model body

Outside enclosure

Ambient

4.7 Resistance to Fire

CH05

CH06

CH07

CH08

CH09

CH10

13.7

14.1

9.6

12.9

7.3

27.6

60

60

60

60

60

/

P

Item

PCB

UL Recognized

Declared Rating

V-0

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APPENDIX –TEST INSTRUMENTS

Inst. ID Instrument No. Range Used

LTC01 THS-ML1

LTC02 GPI-615

Temperature : 70 °C

R. Humidity :. 60%

Cutoff Current:10mA:

Voltage:1500VAC

LTC03 GDM-8039

LTC04

LTC05

LTC06

LTC07

HP OSCILLO

SCOPE

CHITAI

2402A

CHENHWA

DC Electronic Load

IMADA

FB-50

VAC

DC/AC

0-500 V

Auto

60V/60A

LTC08 N/A

50 KG

Resolution: 0.5N

Ball Impact Test

H.: 1.30 m

50-300 LTC09 OVEN

LTC10

LTC11

LTC12

LTC13

YOKOGAWA

CH1-CH20

HR1300

ED&D

LT-952HC

GW

GFG-813

20 Ma, 2 mA

100 Hz – 10 KHz

APC

AFC-3KB

90V-260V

47-63Hz, 3KVA

LTC14 GDM 8055 200 Ma (DC A)

LTC15 GDM 8055 20 VAC

12.5 mV/Pa LTC16 B&K 4155

LTC17

LTC18

B&K

ZC0020

B&K

TYPE 2230

LTC19 1036-AF

LTC20 TRC 1102

LTC21 OTS

Gain: 0dB

70-140 dBspl

ANSI S3.7-1973

Press T1 V1

LTC22 GDM-8039

LTC23

LTC24

Lufkin

5m/16’

GW

GCT-630

All

VAC

1 Meter

1.3 Meter

Ohm.& A.

Instruments Type

Temperature Humidity Chambers

Withstand Voltage Tester

Digital Multimeter

54600A

Digital Power Meter

(DC/AC)

2600

Portable Force Indicator

Steel Sphere

Thermal Oven

HYBRID Recorder

Leakage Current Tester

13 MHz Function Generator

AC Power Source

Digital Multimeter

Digital Multimeter

Microphone

Pre-Amplifier

Precision Sound Level Meter

Acoustic Coupling

Surge Testor

Overvoltage Test Simulator

Digital Multimeter

Roll Ruler

Ground Continuty Tester

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Copy of the R&TTE Declaration of

Conformity (DoC)

Declaration of Conformity

We, the under signed,

Company

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Address, City

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Country

Taiwan 112

Phone number

886-2-28943447

Fax number

886-2-28950113

E-mail

[email protected]

certify and declare under our sole responsibility that the following equipment:

Product Description / Supplementary Info

Wireless Router

Manufacturer

Brand

ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.

ASUS

Type

WL-500g is tested to and conforms with the essential radio test suites included in the following standards:

Standard Issue date

ETSI EN 300 328-1

ETSI EN 300 328-2

ETSI EN 301 489-1

V1.3.1 Dec. 2001

V1.2.1 Dec. 2001

V1.4.1 Aug. 2002

ETSI EN 301 489-17

EN 60950

V1.2.1 Aug. 2002

2000 and therefore complies with the essential requirements and provisions of the R&TTE directive

1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and of the council of 9March 1999 on radio equipment and

Telecommunications Terminal Equipment and the mutual recognition of their conformity and the requirements of Annex IV (conformity Assessment procedure referred to in article 10(4)).

The following Notified Bodies have been consulted in the Conformity Assessment procedure:

Notified Body number Name and address

The technical documentation as required by the Conformity Assessment procedure is kept at the following address:

Company

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Address, City

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Country

Taiwan 112

Phone number

886-2-28943447

Fax number

886-2-28950113

E-mail

[email protected]

Draw up in

Data

Taiwan, R.O.C.

2003/5/22

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Taiwan 112

Signature & company stamp

LawrenceYu / R&D Engineer

Product Quality

Assurance Documents

Declaration of Product Quality Assurance

In accordance with the Conformity Assessment procedure referred to in article 10(3) of R&TTE

Directive 1999/5/EC of the European Parliament and the council of 9 march 1999 on the Radio equipment and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment and their mutual recognition of their conformity

(R&TTE directive) the following manufacture:

Company

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

Address, City

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Country

Taiwan 112

Phone number

886-2-28943447

Fax number

886-2-28950113

E-mail

[email protected]

declares under its sole responsibility that it had taken the following measures in order to achieve that the manufacturing process ensures compliance of the manufactured products with the technical documentation as established by ASUSTeK Computer Inc. under the requirements of the R&TTE directive and with the requirements of R&TTE directive that apply to them:

Number Measures taken in order to achieve that the manufacturing process ensures compliance of the manufactured products

01 Manufacturing of the equipment is subcontracted by ASUSTEK COMPUTER INC. located at 150, Li-te Rd., Peitou, Taipei 112, Taiwan, Taiwan, R.O.C. who is ISO 9001 certified for development, production and distribution of radio products. (See copy of ISO 9001 certification attached)

Draw up in

Data

Taiwan, R.O.C.

2003/4/29

ASUSTek Computer Inc.

4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei,

Taiwan 112

Signature & company stamp

LawrenceYu / R&D Engineer

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