Test Certificate - Summit Data Communications

Test Certificate - Summit Data Communications

Test Certificate

A sample of the following product received on November 8, 2009 and tested on

January 22, January 28 and February 1, 2010 complied with the requirements of

ƒ EN 301 893 V1.5.1 “Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN); 5 GHz high

performance RLAN; Harmonized EN covering essential requirements of article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive” given the measurement uncertainties detailed in Elliott report R78445.

Summit Data Communications Inc.

Model SDC-MSD30AG

_____________________ _______________________

Mark E. Hill

Summit Data Communications Inc.

Staff Engineer

_______________________

Printed Name

Testing Cert #2016-01

Elliott Laboratories is accredited by the A2LA, certificate number 2016-01, to perform the test(s) listed in this certificate. This certificate shall not be reproduced, except in its entirety, without the written approval of Elliott Laboratories

Elliott Laboratories 684 West Maude Avenue

CA 94085-3518

408-245-7800 Phone

408-245-3499 Fax

Radio Test Report

EN 301 893 V1.5.1

ElectroMagnetic Compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters

(ERM); Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN); 5 GHz high performance RLAN

Model: SDC-MSD30AG

COMPANY: Summit Data Communications Inc.

526 South Main St. Suite 805

Akron, OH 44311

TEST SITE(S): Elliott Laboratories

684 W. Maude Avenue

Sunnyvale, CA 94085

REPORT DATE: March 10, 2010

FINAL TEST DATES: January 22, January 28 and February 1, 2010

AUTHORIZED SIGNATORY:

______________________________

Mark E. Hill

Staff Engineer

Elliott Laboratories

Testing Cert #2016-01

Elliott Laboratories is accredited by the A2LA, certificate number 2016-01, to perform the test(s) listed in this report, except where noted otherwise. This report shall not be reproduced, except in its entirety, without the written approval of Elliott Laboratories

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REVISION HISTORY

Rev# Date

- March 10, 2010 First release

Comments

Test Report

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

COVER PAGE.............................................................................................................................................................1

REVISION HISTORY ................................................................................................................................................2

TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................................3

SCOPE..........................................................................................................................................................................4

OBJECTIVE ................................................................................................................................................................4

STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE...........................................................................................................................5

DEVIATIONS FROM THE STANDARDS..............................................................................................................5

TEST RESULTS..........................................................................................................................................................6

EN 301 893 V1.5.1 ...................................................................................................................................................6

EXTREME CONDITIONS ......................................................................................................................................7

MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES....................................................................................................................7

EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) DETAILS......................................................................................................8

GENERAL................................................................................................................................................................8

OTHER EUT DETAILS...........................................................................................................................................8

ENCLOSURE...........................................................................................................................................................8

MODIFICATIONS...................................................................................................................................................8

SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.........................................................................................................................................9

EUT INTERFACE PORTS ......................................................................................................................................9

EUT OPERATION ...................................................................................................................................................9

EMISSIONS TESTING ............................................................................................................................................10

GENERAL INFORMATION.................................................................................................................................10

RADIATED EMISSIONS CONSIDERATIONS ..................................................................................................10

EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION .....................................................................................11

RECEIVER SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................11

INSTRUMENT CONTROL COMPUTER ............................................................................................................11

FILTERS/ATTENUATORS ..................................................................................................................................12

ANTENNAS...........................................................................................................................................................12

ANTENNA MAST AND EQUIPMENT TURNTABLE .......................................................................................12

RADIO STANDARD TEST PROCEDURES .........................................................................................................13

OUTPUT POWER..................................................................................................................................................13

CARRIER FREQUENCIES ...................................................................................................................................13

CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS..............................................................................................................13

RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS..................................................................................................................14

DFS – THRESHOLD, CHANNEL CLOSING TRANSMISSION TIME AND CHANNEL MOVE TIME.........14

DFS CHANNEL AVAILABILITY CHECK TIME...............................................................................................14

UNIFORM LOADING...........................................................................................................................................14

SAMPLE CALCULATIONS ...................................................................................................................................15

SAMPLE CALCULATIONS CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS ...........................................................15

SAMPLE CALCULATIONS RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS ...............................................................15

APPENDIX A TEST EQUIPMENT CALIBRATION DATA ................................................................................1

APPENDIX B TEST DATA .......................................................................................................................................2

APPENDIX C PRODUCT INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO EN 301 893 ............................................................3

I

NFORMATION REQUIRED BY

EN 301 893 ............................................................................................................3

A

DDITIONAL

I

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OR SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

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APPENDIX D PHOTOGRAPHS ............................................................................................................................11

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SCOPE

The European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) and the

European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) publish standards regarding

ElectroMagnetic Compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters for radio-communications devices.

Tests have been performed on the Summit Data Communications Inc. model SDC-

MSD30AG, pursuant to the relevant requirements of the following harmonized EN standard(s) covering essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive:

• EN 301 893 V1.5.1 “Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN); 5 GHz high performance RLAN; Harmonized EN covering the essential requirements of article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive”

OBJECTIVE

The objective of the manufacturer is to comply with the harmonized standards identified in the previous section. In the case of most equipment, this document requires testing to other EN specifications. In order to demonstrate compliance, the manufacturer or a contracted laboratory makes measurements and takes the necessary steps to ensure that the equipment complies with the appropriate technical standards.

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STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE

The tested sample of Summit Data Communications Inc. model SDC-MSD30AG complied with the requirements of:

EN 301 893 V1.5.1

Although all measurements were below the specification limit, one or more measurements were below the limit by a margin less than the measurement uncertainty.

It is not therefore possible to state that the tested sample complied with the requirements based upon a 95% level of confidence. However, where a confidence level of less than

95% is acceptable, the device is considered to be in compliance with the requirements.

The test results recorded herein are based on a single type test of Summit Data

Communications Inc. model SDC-MSD30AG and therefore apply only to the tested sample. The sample was selected and prepared by Jerry Pohmurski of Summit Data

Communications Inc..

Maintenance of compliance is the responsibility of the manufacturer. Any modifications to the product should be assessed to determine their potential impact on the compliance status of the device with respect to the standards detailed in this test report.

DEVIATIONS FROM THE STANDARDS

No deviations were made from the published requirements listed in the scope of this report.

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TEST RESULTS

EN 301 893 V1.5.1

Test Report

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802.11a

4.3.2

Nominal Channel Bandwidth and Occupied Channel

Bandwidth

5180MHz

5320MHz

5500MHz

5700MHz

4.4.2.1

RF output power and power density at the highest power level (5150-5350 MHz)

RF output power and power density at the highest power level (5470-5725MHz)

5180MHz

5320MHz

5500MHz

5700MHz

4.5.2

Transmitter In-Band

Spurious Emissions

5180MHz

5320MHz

5500MHz

5700MHz

Spurious Emissions - Worst-case value for all modes

4.5.1.2

Transmitter Out-Of Band

Conducted Spurious

Emissions

Transmitter Out-Of Band

Radiated Spurious Emissions

5180MHz

5320MHz

5500MHz

5700MHz

16.47 MHz MHz

16.9 dBm

9.7 dBm/MHz

22.1 dBm

15.2 dBm/MHz complied with the mask

80-100% of the nominal channel bandwidth

23.0dBm

10 dBm/MHz

30.0 dBm

17 dBm/MHz

Figure 2 Spectral mask

Complies

Complies

Complies

Complies

Complies

Complies

Receiver Conducted Spurious

Emissions

4.6

Receiver Radiated Spurious

Emissions

Other Requirements

4.7.2 DFS operational modes

4.7.2.1.2

4.7.2.2.2

4.7.2.3.2

4.7.2.4.2

Requirements related to DFS

4.7.2.5.2

Uniform Spreading – use of available spectrum and probability of channel selection.

5180MHz

5320MHz

5500MHz

5700MHz

-

-46.1dBm @

6906.65 MHz

(Margin: -16.1 dB)

-36.8 dBm erp @

10360.7MHz

(-6.8 dB Margin)

-65.8dBm @

3546.68 MHz

(Margin: -18.8 dB)

-53.7 dBm erp @

3546.7MHz

(-6.7 dB Margin)

Slave Device

Table 4

Table 4

25 – 1000 MHz: -

47dBm

1 – 26.5 GHz: -

57dBm

Master and/or Slave

Device

Complies

Complies

Complies

Complies

Complies

These requirements have been assessed separately and are covered under the scope of Elliott test report R78277.

4.8.2 Medium Access Protocol -

The system uses the 802.11 protocol to facilitate spectrum sharing.

A medium access protocol shall be implemented by the equipment and shall be active under all circumstances.

Complies

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4.9.2 User Access Restrictions -

The manufacturer attests to the fact that the DFS controls are not accessible and cannot be disabled/altered by the end user.

DFS controls

(hardware or software) related to radar detection shall not be accessible to the user so that the

DFS functions can neither be disabled nor altered.

Complies

Note – Although the measurement is below the specification limit, it is below the limit by a margin less than the measurement uncertainty.

EXTREME CONDITIONS

Voltage extremes used during testing were those for AC-powered equipment, +/-10% of nominal.

Temperature extremes used during testing were -10°C to +55°C (taken from AS/NZS

4268) and based on the manufacturer declared values for extremes based on operating range of host or equipment."

MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES

ISO/IEC 17025 requires that an estimate of the measurement uncertainties associated with the emissions test results be included in the report. The measurement uncertainties given below are based on a 95% confidence level (based on a coverage factor (k=2) and were calculated in accordance with NAMAS document NIS 81 and M3003.

Measurement Type

Measurement

Unit

Hz dBm

Frequency Range

25 to 7000 MHz

25 to 7000 MHz

Expanded

Uncertainty

1.7 x 10

-7

± 0.52 dB

RF frequency

RF power, conducted

Conducted emission of transmitter

Conducted emission of receiver

Radiated emission

(substitution method)

Radiated emission (field strength)

Transmitter switch off time dBm dBm dBm dBμV/m

Seconds

25 to 26500 MHz

25 to 26500 MHz

25 to 26500 MHz

25 to 1000 MHz

-

± 0.7 dB

± 0.7 dB

± 2.5 dB

± 3.6 dB

0.1 sec

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EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) DETAILS

GENERAL

The Summit Data Communications Inc. model SDC-MSD30AG is a 802.11ag compliant wireless LAN radio Module which is designed to provide wireless local area networking connectivity. Normally, the EUT would be embedded in various types of mobile and stationary computing devices such as handheld and vehicle mounted data terminals during operation. The EUT was, therefore, placed in this position during emissions testing to simulate the end user environment. The electrical rating of the EUT is 3.3 VDC

=/-5%. It’s typical power consumption is 400mA (1320mW) while in transmit mode,

180mA (594mW) while in receive mode and 10mA (33mW) while in standby mode.

The sample was received on November 8, 2009 and tested on January 22, January 28 and

February 1, 2010. The EUT consisted of the following component(s):

Company

Summit Data

Communications

Inc.

Model Description Serial Number

SDC-MSD30AG 802.11AG Mini

Compact Flash

Module with antenna

FCC ID

- TWG-

SDCMSD30AG connectors

OTHER EUT DETAILS

Monopole Antenna - 2.4 and 5GHz bands, Huber+Suhner, SOA 2459/360/5/0/V_C, 3dBi

(2.4GHz), 6.5dBi (5GHz)

Dipole Antenna #1 - 2.4 and 5GHz bands - Larsen, R380.500.314, 1.6dBi (2.4GHz),

5dBi (5GHz)

Dipole Antenna #2 - 2.4 GHz only - Cisco Air-Ant 4941 2dBi(2.4GHz)

Dipole Antenna #3 - 5GHz only - Cisco Air-Ant 5135 3.5dBi(5GHz)

Dipole Antenna #4 - 2.4GHz only - Summit SDC-CF22G - 0dBi

For purposes of this evaluation, the worse case antenna gains of 3dBi (2.4GHz) and

6.5dBi (5GHz) were used.

ENCLOSURE

The EUT does not have an enclosure as it is designed to be installed within the enclosure of a host computer or system.

MODIFICATIONS

No modifications were made to the EUT during the time the product was at Elliott.

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SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

The following equipment was used as support equipment for testing:

Company

Hewlett Packard

Model iPAQ

Description Serial Number

Handheld

FCC ID

- -

Computer

No remote support equipment was used during testing.

EUT INTERFACE PORTS

The I/O cabling configuration during testing was as follows:

Port

Connected

To iPAQ Power AC Mains

Flash Module iPAQ Module

Port

EUT OPERATION

Description

2wire

Cable(s)

Shielded or Unshielded Length(m)

Unshielded 1.5

During emissions testing the EUT was configured to transmit at the Low, Middle, and

High Channel. Testing performed at 6Mbs for 802.11a mode.

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EMISSIONS TESTING

GENERAL INFORMATION

Antenna port measurements were taken at the Elliott Laboratories test site located at 684

West Maude Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085-3518

Final radiated spurious emissions measurements were taken at the Elliott Laboratories

Anechoic Chambers and/or Open Area Test Site(s) listed below. The sites conform to the requirements of ANSI C63.4: 2003 American National Standard for Methods of

Measurement of Radio-Noise Emissions from Low-Voltage Electrical and Electronic

Equipment in the Range of 9 kHz to 40 GHz and CISPR 16-1-4:2007 - Specification for

radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods Part 1-4: Radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus Ancillary equipment Radiated

disturbances. They are registered with the VCCI and are on file with the FCC and industry Canada.

Site

SVOATS #2

Registration Numbers

VCCI FCC Canada

R709

C729

Location

684 West Maude Ave,

2845A-2

CA 94085-3518

In the case of Open Area Test Sites, ambient levels are at least 6 dB below the specification limits with the exception of predictable local TV, radio, and mobile communications traffic.

Considerable engineering effort has been expended to ensure that the facilities conform to all pertinent requirements.

RADIATED EMISSIONS CONSIDERATIONS

CISPR has determined that radiated measurements made in a shielded enclosure are not suitable for determining levels of radiated emissions. Radiated measurements are performed in an Open Area Test Site or anechoic chamber, as defined in CISPR 16-1-4 and Annex A of EN 300 328 / EN 301 893 / EN 300 440-1. The test site is maintained free of conductive objects within the CISPR defined elliptical area.

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EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION

RECEIVER SYSTEM

An EMI receiver as specified in CISPR 16-1-1 is used for radiated emissions measurements. The receivers used can measure over the frequency range of 9 kHz up to

7000 MHz. These receivers allow both ease of measurement and high accuracy to be achieved. The receivers have Peak, Average, and CISPR (Quasi-peak) detectors built into their design so no external adapters are necessary.

For measurements above the frequency range of the receivers, a spectrum analyzer is utilized because it provides visibility of the entire spectrum along with the precision and versatility required to support engineering analysis.

Measurement bandwidths for the test instruments are set in accordance with the requirements of the standards referenced in this document.

INSTRUMENT CONTROL COMPUTER

Software control is used to convert the receiver measurements to the field strength at an antenna, which is then compared directly with the appropriate specification limit. This provides faster, more accurate readings by performing the conversions described under

Sample Calculations within the Test Procedures section of this report. Results are exported in a graphic and/or tabular format, as appropriate.

The Spectrum Monitor provides a visual display of the signal being measured. In addition, the controller or a personal computer runs automated data collection programs that control the receivers. This provides added accuracy since all site correction factors, such as cable loss and antenna factors are added automatically.

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FILTERS/ATTENUATORS

External filters and precision attenuators are often connected between the EUT antenna port or receiving antenna and the test receiver. This eliminates saturation effects and nonlinear operation due to high amplitude transient events.

ANTENNAS

A combination of biconical, log periodic or bi-log antennas are used to cover the range from 25 MHz to 1000 MHz. Broadband antennas or tuned dipole antennas are used over the entire 25 to 1000 MHz frequency range as the reference antenna for substitution measurements.

Above 1000 MHz, a dual-ridge guide horn antenna or octave horn antenna are used as reference and measurement antennas.

The antenna calibration factors are included in site factors that are programmed into the test receivers and instrument control software when measuring the radiated field strength.

ANTENNA MAST AND EQUIPMENT TURNTABLE

The antennas used to measure the radiated electric field strength are mounted on a nonconductive antenna mast equipped with a motor-drive to vary the antenna height.

The test height above ground for non-body worn devices shall be 150 centimeters. Floor mounted equipment will be placed on the ground plane if the device is normally used on a conductive floor or separated from the ground plane by insulating material from 3 to 12 mm if the device is normally used on a non-conductive floor. During radiated measurements, the EUT is positioned on a motorized turntable in conformance with this requirement.

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RADIO STANDARD TEST PROCEDURES

OUTPUT POWER

Output power is measured using an average sensor head. If the device is operating with a duty cycle during the measurement the measurement time is set to exceed the on/off duty cycle and the measured value is then corrected by adding a factor of 10 log(1/duty cycle) to the measured value.

Power density is initially measured as a peak bandwidth (RBW=VBW=1MHz). If the power density is within 3dB of the limit it is re-measured via the IF output of the spectrum analyzer using an average sensor.

Power measurements made directly on the rf power port are, when appropriate, converted to an EIRP by adding the gain of the highest gain antenna that can be used with the device under test, as specified by the manufacturer.

CARRIER FREQUENCIES

If the device can operate in an un-modulated mode then the carrier frequency is measured in that mode, otherwise the carrier frequency is calculated using the (f1 +f2)/2 method, where f1 and f2 are the –10dB points.

CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS

Conducted emissions are measured at the output of the device using a RF cable and attenuator if required. Initial scans are made using a peak detector (RBW=VBW) and using scan rates to ensure that the EUT transmits before the sweep moves out of each resolution bandwidth (for transmit mode).

When devices being evaluated against the requirements of EN 301 893 have emissions close to the limit are tested using Video Averaging

1

, with video gating used where the transmit duty cycle is less than 1.

1

When using video averaging the span is set to ensure the analyzer bin size does not exceed one half the measurement bandwidth.

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RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS

Radiated emissions measurements are performed in two phases. A preliminary scan of emissions is conducted in either an anechoic chamber or on an OATS during which all significant EUT frequencies are identified with the system in a nominal configuration.

At least two scans are performed across the complete frequency range of interest and at each operating frequency identified in the reference standard. One or more of these is with the antenna polarized vertically while the one or more of these is with the antenna polarized horizontally. Initial scans are made using a peak detector (RBW=VBW) and using scan rates to ensure that the EUT transmits before the sweep moves out of each resolution bandwidth (for transmit mode). Where applicable, final measurements may be made with video averaging enabled.

During the preliminary scans, the EUT is rotated through 360°, the antenna height is varied and cable positions are varied to determine the highest emission relative to the limit. The limit is a field strength limit derived from the ERP limit specified in the standard(s).

All signals within 10dB of this calculated limit are re-measured on an OATS or Semianechoic chamber. The field strength is recorded and the EUT is then replaced with a substitution antenna of known gain (typically a dipole antenna or a double-ridged horn antenna). The erp of the substitution antenna is measured and used to calculate the erp of the EUT as outlined in section C3 of EN 300 328 and EN 301 893.

DFS – THRESHOLD, CHANNEL CLOSING TRANSMISSION TIME AND CHANNEL MOVE TIME

The threshold level for DFS radar detection is determined by using the test methods outlined in section 5.3.7 of EN 301 893 (section 5.3.6 of EN 302 502). Typically the unit under test is configured to report when it detects a burst of radar rather than to change channel on detecting radar to expedite these measurements.

Channel clearing and closing times are measured by applying a radar burst with the device configured to change channel and by observing the original channel for transmissions.

DFS CHANNEL AVAILABILITY CHECK TIME

The channel availability check time is determined by using the test methods outlined in section 5.3.7 of EN 301 893 (section 5.3.6 of EN 302 502). Radar bursts are applied during the EUT boot sequence to verify that a check for radar on the selected channel is performed for at least 60 seconds prior to commencing transmissions on that channel.

UNIFORM LOADING

The channel loading, where appropriate (i.e. when channel selection is not determined under control of the network), is determined by re-booting the EUT multiple times and recording the channel initially selected. The number of times each channel is selected is divided by the total number of times the device was re-booted to calculate the utilization.

This is compared to the theoretical loading of 1/n, where n is the total number of channels available.

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SAMPLE CALCULATIONS

SAMPLE CALCULATIONS - CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS

Measurements are compared directly to the conducted emissions specification limit

(decibel form). The calculation is as follows:

Rr - S = M

where:

Rr = Measured value in dBm

S = Specification Limit in dBm

M = Margin to Specification in +/- dB

SAMPLE CALCULATIONS - RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS

Receiver readings are compared directly to a converted specification limit (decibel form).

The conversion uses the effective radiated power limit specified in the standard to calculate the expected field strength in free space using the following formula:

E d

where:

E = Field Strength in V/m

P = Power in Watts

G = Gain of antenna in numeric gain

D = distance in meters

2

The field strength limit is then converted to decibel form (dBuV/m) and the margin of a given emission peak relative to the limit is calculated as follows:

M

where:

Rc = Corrected Receiver Reading in dBuV/m

Ls = Calculated specification Limit in dBuV/m

M = Margin in dB Relative to Spec

When substitution measurements are required (all signals with less than 6dB of margin relative the field strength limit) the margin of the emissions relative to the effective radiated power limit is calculated from:

Ps - S = M

where:

Ps = effective radiated power determined from antenna substitution

S = Specification Limit in dBm

M = Margin to Specification in +/- dB

2

Although the gain relative to a dipole should be used for limits expressed as an erp, the isotropic gain is used as this produces a more conservative limit.

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Appendix A Test Equipment Calibration Data

Radiated Emissions, 1000 - 26,500 MHz, 23-Jan-10

Microwave Preamplifier, 1-

26.5GHz

SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV

(SA40) Red

EMCO Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz

Environmental test, 01-Feb-10

8564E (84125C)

3117

Rohde & Schwarz Power Meter, Single Channel NRVS

Thermotron

Power Sensor 100 uW - 10

Watts

(installed options, 111, 115, 123,

1DS, B7J, HYX,

Temp Chamber (w/ F4 Watlow

Controller)

1148

1662

1422

3/12/2010

4/11/2010

11/10/201

0

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Appendix B Test Data

T78058 23 Pages

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Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Emissions Standard(s): EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

Immunity Standard(s): -

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager:

-

Christine Krebill

Class: -

Environment: -

EMC Test Data

For The

Summit Data Communications

Model

802.11abg Module

Date of Last Test: 2/5/2010

T78058 (EN Radio) Cover Page 1 of 23

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Radio Performance Test - EN 301 893 V1.4.1 / V1.5.1

RF Port Measurements

Test Specific Details

Objective:

The objective of this test session is to perform final qualification testing of the EUT with respect to the specification listed above.

Date of Test: 2/1/2010

Test Engineer: Mehran Birgani

Test Location: Environmental Chamber

Config. Used: 1

Config Change: Module 2C

Host EUT Voltage: 230V, 50Hz

General Test Configuration

The EUT's rf port was connected to the measurement instrument's rf port, via an attenuator or dc-block if necessary.

Summary of Results

Run #

1

1

1

2

Test Performed

Power spectral density at normal conditions

Output Power over extreme conditions (5150-5350 MHz)

Output Power over extreme conditions (5470-5725 MHz)

Carrier Frequency

Limit

EN 301 893

EN 301 893

EN 301 893

EN 301 893

Pass / Fail

Pass

Pass

Pass

Pass

Result / Margin

802.11a: 15.2 dBm/MHz

802.11a: 16.9 dBm

802.11a: 22.1 dBm

Error = 4.3 ppm

3

4

5

6

Occupied Bandwidth

Usage of the spectrum available

Transmitter conducted spurious emissions, 30MHz - 26,500MHz

Receiver conducted spurious emissions, 30MHz - 26,500MHz

EN 301 893

EN 301 893 V1.5.1

(60%)

EN 301 893

EN 301 893

Pass

-

Pass

Pass

802.11a: 16.5 MHz

5150- 5350 MHz: 80 %

5470 - 5725 MHz: 63 %

-46.1dBm @ 6906.65 MHz

-65.8dBm @ 3546.68 MHz

Modifications Made During Testing

No modifications were made to the EUT during testing

Deviations From The Standard

For the Occupied Channel bandwidth measurement the refrence level used to determine the -6dB points was taken as the top of the signal, ignoring the carrier breakthrough. By ignoring the carrier breakthrough, the actual spectrum usage is better defined.

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Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Normal and Extreme Operating Conditions:

Extreme operating conditions are defined as the extremes of the intended operating voltage and temperature range specified by the manufacturer. As guidance, the following extreme conditions detailed in EN 300 328 v1.6.1 may be used:

Voltage extremes (nominal/normal voltage defined as 230 V):

X

Voltage extremes for AC-powered equipment +/10% of nominal

Voltage extremes for Lead-Acid Battery 1.3 and 0.9 times nominal

Voltage extremes for Leclanché or lithium type battery: 0.85 and 1.15 times the nominal voltage of the battery

Voltage extremes for Mercury or nickel-cadmium type of battery: 0.9 times and 1.15 times the nominal voltage of the battery

Temperature extremes:

-20°C to +55°C (Limits for unrestricted use taken from EN 300 328 / EN 300 220)

X

0°C to +35°C (Limits for indoor use taken from EN 300 328 / EN 300 220)

-10°C to +55°C (taken from AS/NZS 4268)

Run #1: Power Measurements - Spread spectrum (Digital Modulation)

Initial measurements made on the center channel to determine the data rate with the highest output power. All final measurements made with device operating at the highest power level.

Rate

6

9

12

18

24

36

48

54

Setting

19

19

19

19

19

19

19

19

Pmeas Duty Cycle Pout Setting: software power setting of EUT

20.7

1 20.7

Pmeas: Measured output power (average)

20.5

20.5

20.4

20.5

20.4

20.4

20.5

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

20.5

20.5

20.4

20.5

20.4

20.4

20.5

Duty Cycle: Duty cycle of transmissions (1 = 100%)

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Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #1: Power Measurements - PSD under normal conditions, Average Power under normal and extreme conditions

Single-chain or single-transmitter operation

Note 1:

Power measured using a wideband, calibrated RF power meter with a thermocouple detector (or an equivalent thereof).

Note 2:

Note 3:

Note 4:

Note 5:

PSD measured using a thermocouple detector (or an equivalent thereof) connected to the IF output of the spectrum analyzer, with the analyzer set to positive peak detector with RB= VB = 1MHz.

Gain is the maximum gain of the antenna assembly that can be used with the EUT at this power level for each individual chain.

Duty Cycle - the duty cycle of the transmitter during the power measurement [time on /(time off + time on)]

EIRP levels are the measured levels corrected for duty cycle [10log(1/duty cycle)] and EUT antenna gain.

Channel Frequency

Power spectral Density under normal operating conditions

PSD

2

Gain

3

Duty

EIRP

5

PSD

6

MHz

5180

5320

5500

5700

MHz

5180.110

5319.970

5499.950

5703.313

dBm

2.9

3.2

8.7

6.9

dBi

6.5

6.5

6.5

6.5

Cycle

4

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

PSD

9.4

9.7

15.2

13.4

Limit

10.0

10.0

17.0

17.0

Margin

-0.6

-0.3

-1.8

-3.6

Power

Setting

11

14

18

18

Channel

(MHz)

5180

5320

5500

5700

Highest Average Power under normal and extreme operating conditions

Average Power (dBm)

1

For Operating Condition

Normal

20°C

230.0 V

9.0

-10°C

Extreme

207.0 V 253.0 V

10.4

10.4

55°C

207.0 V 253.0 V

8.8

8.8

Max

Antenna

Gain

6.5

3

Duty

Cycle

4

1.0

8.7

14.8

12.4

9.5

15.6

13.6

9.5

15.6

13.6

8.6

14.4

11.8

8.6

14.4

11.8

6.5

6.5

6.5

1.0

1.0

1.0

Max

Average

Power

(EIRP)

5

16.9

16.0

22.1

20.1

Maximum permitted

EIRP

23.0

23.0

30.0

30.0

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Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #2: Carrier Frequency - Extreme and Normal Temperature

Carrier frequency measured over extreme conditions at the lowest and highest centre frequencies (carrier frequencies) in each band.

The carrier frequency shall remain within 20ppm of the nominal carrier frequency.

Measured Frequency (MHz) For Operating Condition

Channel Frequency

(MHz)

5180.00

5320.00

5500.00

5700.00

Normal

20°C

-10°C

Extreme

55°C

Maximum Frequency

Error (kHz)

230.0 V 207.0 V 253.0 V 207.0 V 253.0 V

5179.9789 5180.0225 5180.0225 5179.9805 5179.9805

22.488

5319.9787 5320.0217 5320.0217 5319.9797 5319.9797

5499.9790 5500.0238 5500.0238 5499.9800 5499.9800

21.699

23.836

5699.9779 5700.0230 5700.0230 5699.9789 5699.9789

22.978

Worst case error (ppm):

Maximum Frequency

Error (ppm)

4.341

4.079

4.334

4.031

4.341

Run #3: Occupied Channel Bandwidth

The occupied channel bandwidth measurement is performed on the lowest and highest frequencies in each band for every declared nominal bandwidth within each band (5150 - 5350 MHz and/or 5470 - 5725 MHz). Measurements are made under normal conditions only.

The measurement is made using the spectrum analyzer to measure the 6dB bandwidth of the modulated signal. The analyzer is configured with RB=VB=100kHz, peak detector and max hold, with the span set to twice the nominal bandwidth.

Channel frequency

MHz

5180

5320

5500

5700

Mode

802.11a

802.11a

802.11a

802.11a

Nominal Bandwidth

MHz

20.00

20.00

20.00

20.00

Occupied Channel Bandwidth

Measured (MHz) Limit (MHz)

16.54

16.80

16 - 20

16 - 20

16.47

16.54

16 - 20

16 - 20

Result

Pass

Pass

Pass

Pass

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Client:

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Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #4: Band Usage

Each of the declared channel plans (combination of centre frequencies and declared nominal bandwidths) shall make use of at least 60 % of the spectrum available in the applicable sub-band(s).

This requirements is taken from EN 301 893 V1.5.1 based on the requirement in the Official Journal that the 5600-5650MHz sub band be excluded from use except when the 10-minute CAC and additional precautions are taken to protect meteorological radar systems. V1.4.1 requires 80% spectrum utilization but does not consider the potential exclusion of the 5600-5650MHz sub band.

Channel Plan

20MHz

Band

5150 - 5350 MHz

5470 - 5725 MHz

Nominal

Bandwidth

20.0

20.0

Number of channels

8

8

Usage

80%

63%

Comments

5600-5650MHz excluded from use

The Uniform Spreading is a mechanism to be used by the RLAN to provide, on aggregate, a uniform loading of the spectrum across all devices. The Uniform Spreading is limited to the channels being declared as part of the channel plan.

NOTE: The required spreading may be achieved by various means. These means include network management functions controlling large numbers of RLAN devices as well as the channel selection function in an individual RLAN device.

The uniform spreading mechanism is not applicable to a client device that does not support ad-hoc operation, the spreading mechanism is achieved by the master device.

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Client:

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Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

Run #5: Antenna Port Conducted Spurious Emissions, Transmit Mode, 30 - 26,500 MHz

802.11a @ 5180 MHz with maximum power setting

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Frequency Level

MHz dBm

6906.650

-46.1

Port

RF Port

T78058 (EN Radio)

EN 301 893

Limit

-30.0

Margin

-16.1

Detector Channel

Peak 36

Mode Comments a

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Client:

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Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

802.11a @ 5320 MHz with maximum power setting

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Frequency Level

MHz dBm

7093.310

-51.6

Port

RF Port

EN 301 893

Limit

-30.0

Margin

-21.6

Detector Channel

Peak 64

Mode Comments a

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Client:

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Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

802.11a @ 5500 MHz with maximum power setting

EMC Test Data

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T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Frequency Level

MHz dBm

7333.330

-57.1

Port

RF Port

EN 301 893

Limit

-30.0

Margin

-27.1

Detector Channel

Peak 100

Mode Comments a

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Client:

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Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

802.11a @ 5700 MHz with maximum power setting

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Frequency Level

MHz dBm

3799.940

-51.1

Port

RF Port

EN 301 893

Limit

-30.0

Margin

-21.1

Detector Channel

Peak 140

Mode Comments a

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Client:

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Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

Run #6: Antenna Port Conducted Spurious Emissions, Receive Mode, 30 - 26,500 MHz

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

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Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Frequency Level

MHz dBm

3453.300

-66.1

3546.680

-65.8

3666.660

-66.0

3800.010

-66.3

Port

RF Port

RF Port

RF Port

RF Port

EN 301 893

Limit Margin

-47.0

-47.0

-47.0

-47.0

-19.1

-18.8

-19.0

-19.3

Detector Channel

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

36

64

100

140

Mode Comments a a a a

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Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Radiated Spurious Emissions, EN 301 893

Test Specific Details

Objective:

The objective of this test session is to perform final qualification testing of the EUT with respect to the specification listed above.

General Test Configuration

The EUT and all local support equipment were located on the turntable for radiated spurious emissions testing.

The measurement antenna was located 3 meters from the EUT.

Ambient Conditions:

Date of Test: Refer to each run

Test Engineer: Refer to each run

Test Location: Refer to each run

Temperature:

Rel. Humidity:

10-15 °C

40-60 %

Config. Used: 1

Config Change: None

Host EUT Voltage: 230V/50Hz

Summary of Results

Run #

2

4

Test Performed

Spurious Emissions

Transmit Mode

30 - 26000 MHz

Spurious Emissions

Receive/Stand-By Mode

30 - 26000 MHz

Limit

EN 301 893

EN 301 893

Modifications Made During Testing

No modifications were made to the EUT during testing

Deviations From The Standard

No deviations were made from the requirements of the standard.

Pass / Fail

Pass

Pass

Result / Margin

-36.8 dBm erp @

10360.7MHz

(-6.8 dB Margin)

-53.7 dBm erp @

3546.7MHz

(-6.7 dB Margin)

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Client:

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Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

Run #1: Radiated Spurious Emissions, Transmit Mode, 30 - 26000 MHz

Date of Test: 01/22/10 Test Location: Chamber #2

Test Engineer: Rafael Varelas

Measurements made at 3m

Graph - Channel: 36 5180 MHz, Mode: 802.11a

EMC Test Data

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T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Graph - Channel: 64, 5320 MHz, Mode: 802.11a

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Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Graph - Channel: 100, 5500 MHz, Mode: 802.11a

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Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

Graph - Channel: 140, 5700MHz, Mode: 802.11a

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

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Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Results Table - All channels

Frequency Level Pol

175.493

604.473

643.478

253.491

760.468

487.433

721.466

799.422

526.442

682.422

565.425

838.410

136.497

292.484

MHz dB

μV/m v/h

10359.840

62.6

V

10641.730

57.2

V

10986.000

52.1

11386.670

50.1

1302.500

48.4

1302.500

48.4

V

H

V

V

1302.500

48.4

1302.500

47.8

3447.500

47.6

3795.830

47.2

3548.330

46.7

3658.330

46.0

6908.330

45.5

7095.000

45.5

214.488

68.6

V

H

H

V

V

V

V

V

H

42.6

41.6

41.1

40.7

40.6

47.4

47.1

52.2

47.9

47.5

64.3

44.1

43.3

43.2

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

Note 1:

65.3

65.3

65.3

65.3

65.3

65.3

65.3

EN 301 893

Note 1

Limit

Detector Azimuth

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees

65.3

65.3

65.3

65.3

-2.7

-8.1

-13.2

-15.2

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

142

141

31

342

-16.9

-16.9

-16.9

-17.5

-17.7

-18.1

-18.6

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

331

218

346

353

246

274

90

2.8

2.0

1.9

1.3

0.3

-0.2

-0.6

-19.3

-19.8

-19.8

27.3

10.9

6.6

6.2

5.0

-0.7

-11.9

-12.2

41.3

41.3

41.3

41.3

41.3

41.3

41.3

65.3

65.3

65.3

41.3

41.3

41.3

41.3

59.3

41.3

59.3

59.3

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

76

313

76

118

313

104

277

269

97

93

239

89

206

358

239

277

239

299

Height Comments

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

meters

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Digital device emission

Channel

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a

64, a and mode

36, a

64, a

100, a

140, a

36, a

100, a

140, a

64, a

36, a

140, a

64, a

100, a

36, a

64, a

64, a

The field strength limit in the tables above was calculated from the erp/eirp limit detailed in the standard using the free space propagation equation: E=√(30PG)/d. This limit is conservative - it does not consider the presence of the ground plane and, for erp limits, the dipole gain (2.2dBi) has not been included. The erp or eirp for all signals with less than 10dB of margin relative to this field strength limit is determined using substitution measurements.

T78058 (EN Radio) EN 301 893 RE Page 17 of 23

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #2: Radiated Spurious Emissions, Transmit Mode: Final Field Strength and Substitution Measurements

Date of Test: 01/28/10 Test Location: SV OATS #2

Test Engineer: Mehran Birgani

Measurements made at 3m

Frequency

MHz

10638.030

Level

57.7

Pol dB

μV/m

V/H

10360.740

60.8

V

V

EN 301 893

Note 1

Limit

65.3

65.3

Detector Azimuth

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees

-4.5

-7.6

PK

PK

327

269

Vertical

Frequency

MHz

Substitution measurements

Pin

1

Gain

2

FS

3

10360.740

-20.0

11.7

10638.030

-20.0

11.7

87.1

87.4

Site

Factor

95.4

95.7

4

FS

5

60.8

57.7

EUT measurements

Height Comments meters

1.3

1.0

eirp (dBm) erp (dBm)

-34.6

-38.0

-36.8

-40.2

eirp Limit dBm erp Limit dBm

-30.0

-30.0

Note 1:

Note 2:

Note 3:

Note 4:

Note 5:

Pin is the input power (dBm) to the substitution antenna

Gain is the gain (dBi) for the substitution antenna. A dipole has a gain of 2.2dBi.

FS is the field strength (dBuV/m) measured from the substitution antenna.

Site Factor - this is the site factor to convert from a field strength in dBuV/m to an eirp in dBm.

EUT field strength as measured during initial run.

Channel and mode

36, a

64, a

Margin dB

-6.8

-10.2

T78058 (EN Radio) EN 301 893 RE Page 18 of 23

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

Run #3: Radiated Spurious Emissions, Receive Mode, 30-26000 MHz

Date of Test: 01/22/10 Test Location: Chamber #2

Test Engineer: Rafael Varelas

Measurements made at 3m

Graph - Channel: 36, 5180 MHz, Mode: 802.11a

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Graph - Channel: 64, 5320 MHz, Mode: 802.11a

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Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

Graph - Channel: 100, 5500 MHz, Mode: 802.11a

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

T78058 (EN Radio) EN 301 893 RE Page 20 of 23

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

Graph - Channel: 140, 5700MHz, Mode: 802.11a

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

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Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Results Table - All channels

Frequency Level

MHz dB

μV/m

Pol v/h

1306.450

48.4

3453.480

49.3

V

V

6906.700

46.0

1072.580

49.2

3546.730

47.9

7093.370

46.9

1052.960

49.0

3666.870

46.4

7333.420

47.2

V

H

V

H

V

H

V

1040.040

48.7

2429.880

43.2

3800.100

48.0

7600.120

46.0

214.491

253.473

175.487

68.1

64.8

52.7

604.465

292.481

643.431

136.493

760.418

487.480

721.423

799.422

448.489

682.426

526.438

838.369

565.425

233.988

409.485

194.997

47.6

47.5

47.5

47.2

43.9

43.3

43.0

42.4

41.8

41.5

41.1

40.8

40.4

39.9

39.5

33.1

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

H

V

H

H

H

Note 1:

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

EN 301 893

Limit

Note 1

Detector Azimuth

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees

48.3

48.3

0.1

1.0

Peak

Peak

228

247

48.3

48.3

48.3

-2.3

0.9

-0.4

Peak

Peak

Peak

213

324

262

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

38.3

-1.4

0.7

-1.9

-1.1

0.4

-5.1

-0.3

-2.3

29.8

26.5

14.4

9.3

9.2

9.2

8.9

5.6

5.0

4.7

4.1

3.5

3.2

2.8

2.5

2.1

1.6

1.2

-5.2

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

333

253

265

186

217

324

85

356

241

241

271

103

301

103

241

74

307

74

114

92

103

64

28

282

211

103

241

Height Comments meters

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

1.7

Digital debvice emission

Digital debvice emission

Digital debvice emission

Digital debvice emission

Digital debvice emission

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

Channel

Frequency

36

36

36

64

64

140

140

140

140

64

100

100

100

The field strength limit in the tables above was calculated from the erp/eirp limit detailed in the standard using the free space propagation equation: E=√(30PG)/d. This limit is conservative - it does not consider the presence of the ground plane and, for erp limits, the dipole gain (2.2dBi) has not been included. The erp or eirp for all signals with less than 10dB of margin relative to this field strength limit is determined using substitution measurements.

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Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: 802.11abg Module

Contact: Jerry Pohmurski

Standard:

EN 300 328 v1.7.1/EN 301 893 v1.5.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J77268

T-Log Number: T78058

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #4: Radiated Spurious Emissions, Receive Mode: Final Field Strength and Substitution Measurements

Date of Test: 01/28/10 Test Location: SV OATS #2

Test Engineer: Mehran Birgani

Measurements made at 3m

Frequency Level

3546.680

46.2

3453.480

45.4

7093.340

45.2

7333.340

44.8

3800.010

43.5

3666.660

43.4

7600.010

43.4

1306.630

40.0

1039.970

35.3

2429.150

30.6

1052.920

25.2

Pol

MHz dB

μV/m v/h

6906.710

46.6

V

V

V

V

H

V

V

H

V

H

H

H

Horizontal

Frequency

Substitution measurements

MHz

Pin

1

Gain

7333.340

-20.0

10.6

2

FS

3

88.5

7600.010

-20.0

10.9

Vertical

Frequency

89.2

Substitution measurements

MHz

Pin

1

Gain

6906.710

-20.0

11.0

2

3546.680

-20.0

3453.480

-20.0

9.3

9.3

7093.340

-20.0

10.9

3800.010

-20.0

9.3

3666.660

-20.0

1306.630

-20.0

9.3

7.0

FS

3

89.2

87.0

87.2

89.4

86.9

88.0

85.0

EN 301 893

Note 1

Limit

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

48.3

Detector Azimuth

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees

-1.7

PK 105

-2.1

-2.9

PK

PK

3

3

-3.1

-3.5

-4.8

-4.9

-4.9

PK

PK

PK

PK

PK

354

121

220

220

26

-8.3

-13.0

-17.7

-23.1

PK

PK

PK

PK

360

63

88

260

Site

Factor

97.9

98.3

Site

Factor

98.2

97.7

97.9

98.5

97.6

98.7

98.0

4

4

FS

5

44.8

43.4

EUT measurements

Height Comments meters

1.4

1.3

1.0

1.4

1.0

1.4

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.7

eirp (dBm) erp (dBm) dBm

-53.1

-54.9

-55.3

-57.1

eirp Limit erp Limit dBm

-47.0

-47.0

FS

5

46.6

46.2

45.4

45.2

43.5

43.4

40.0

EUT measurements eirp Limit erp Limit eirp (dBm) erp (dBm) dBm dBm

-51.6

-51.5

-52.5

-53.3

-54.1

-55.3

-58.0

-53.8

-53.7

-54.7

-55.5

-56.3

-57.5

-60.2

-47.0

-47.0

-47.0

-47.0

-47.0

-47.0

-47.0

Channel

Frequency

36

64

36

64

100

140

100

140

36

140

140

100

Note 1:

Note 2:

Note 3:

Note 4:

Note 5:

Pin is the input power (dBm) to the substitution antenna

Gain is the gain (dBi) for the substitution antenna. A dipole has a nominal gain of 2.2dBi, however the dipole balun loss may reduce the gain of the substitution dipole used.

FS is the field strength (dBuV/m) measured from the substitution antenna, maximized for receive antenna height and transmit antenna azimuth.

Site Factor - this is the site factor to convert from a field strength in dBuV/m to an eirp in dBm.

EUT field strength as measured during initial run.

Margin dB

-8.3

-10.1

Margin dB

-6.8

-6.7

-7.7

-8.5

-9.3

-10.5

-13.2

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Appendix C Product Information Specific To EN 301 893

Information required by EN 301 893

In accordance with clause 5.3.1, the following information was provided by the submitter: a) The occupied channel bandwidth(s):

Channel Bandwidth 1: 20 MHz

Channel Bandwidth 2: MHz

Channel Bandwidth 3: MHz

NOTE: Add more lines if the equipment has more channel Bandwidths. b) The DFS related operating mode(s) of the equipment:

Master

Slave with radar detection

Slave without radar detection

NOTE: If the equipment has more than 1 operating mode, tick all that apply. c) The equipment can operate in the following ad-hoc modes:

no ad-hoc operation

ad-hoc operation in the frequency range 5 150 MHz to 5 250 MHz without DFS

ad-hoc operation with DFS

NOTE: If more than 1 is applicable, tick all that apply. d) Operating Frequency Range(s):

Range 1: 5 150 MHz to 5 350 MHz and 5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz

Range 2: 5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz only

Range 3: 5 150 MHz to 5 250 MHz (ad-hoc without DFS)

Range 4: other,……………..

NOTE: If the equipment has more than 1 Operating Frequency Range, tick all that apply. e) TPC feature available:

Yes – complete section (f)

No – complete section (g)

NOTE 1: You may decide to declare that the equipment can operate with and without a TPC feature in which case complete both (f) and (g)

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f) If the equipment has a TPC range, the lowest and highest power level (or lowest and highest

EIRP level in case of integrated antenna equipment), intended antenna assemblies and corresponding operating frequency range for the TPC range (or for each of the TPC ranges if more than one is implemented).

NOTE: Add more sections similar to the ones below if the equipment has more than 2 TPC ranges.

TPC range 1:

Applicable Frequency Range:

5 150 MHz to 5 350 MHz and 5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz (Indoor)

5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz only (Outdoor only)

Applicable power levels (see note): Tx out / EIRP

Lowest setting (P low

): ……….. dBm

Highest setting (P high

): ……….. dBm

NOTE: Indicated whether the power levels specified are Transmitter Output Power levels or

EIRP levels in case of integrated antenna equipment

Intended Antenna Assemblies:

Antenna Assembly name

Antenna

Gain (dBi)

EIRP for Plow

(dBm)

EIRP for

Phigh (dBm)

NOTE: Add more rows into the table If more antenna assemblies are intended for this

TPC range.

DFS Threshold level

3

: dBm at the antenna connector

in front of the antenna

3 NOTE: For equipment with a maximum EIRP below 200 mW, the DFS threshold level shall be -62 dBm or less, for equipment with an EIRP of 200 mW or above, the DFS threshold level shall be -64 dBm or less.

These levels assume a 0 dBi antenna gain. To define the applicable threshold level at the (temporary) antenna connector, the gain of the antenna (in dBi) shall be added to the threshold level. If more than one antenna is intended for this TPC range or power setting, the antenna gain of the antenna with the lowest gain shall be used.

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TPC range 2:

Applicable Frequency Range:

5 150 MHz to 5 350 MHz and 5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz (Indoor)

5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz only (Outdoor only)

Applicable power levels (see note): TX Output Power or EIRP

Lowest setting (P low

): ……….. dBm

Highest setting (P high

): ……….. dBm

NOTE: Indicated whether the power levels specified are Transmitter Output Power levels or

EIRP levels in case of integrated antenna equipment

Intended Antenna Assemblies:

Antenna Assembly name

Antenna

Gain (dBi)

EIRP for Plow

(dBm)

EIRP for

Phigh (dBm)

NOTE: Add more rows into the table If more antenna assemblies are intended for this

TPC range.

DFS Threshold level

4

: dBm at the antenna connector

in front of the antenna

4 NOTE: For equipment with a maximum EIRP below 200 mW, the DFS threshold level shall be -62 dBm or less, for equipment with an EIRP of 200 mW or above, the DFS threshold level shall be -64 dBm or less.

These levels assume a 0 dBi antenna gain. To define the applicable threshold level at the (temporary) antenna connector, the gain of the antenna (in dBi) shall be added to the threshold level. If more than one antenna is intended for this TPC range or power setting, the antenna gain of the antenna with the lowest gain shall be used.

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g) If the equipment has no TPC feature, the maximum transmitter output power level (or maximum EIRP level in case of integrated antenna equipment), the intended antenna assemblies, the corresponding operating frequency range and the corresponding DFS threshold level. If the equipment has multiple power levels and corresponding antenna assemblies, than this information should be provided for each of the stated power levels.

NOTE 2: Add more sections similar to the ones below if the equipment has more power levels.

Power Level 1

Applicable Frequency Range:

5 150 MHz to 5 350 MHz and 5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz (Indoor)

5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz only (Outdoor only)

Applicable power levels (see note): Tx out / EIRP

Power level 16.9/22.1 dBm TX Output Power or EIRP

NOTE: Indicated whether the power level specified is Transmitter Output Power level or EIRP level in case of integrated antenna equipment

Intended Antenna Assemblies

5

:

Antenna Assembly name

Antenna

Gain (dBi)

EIRP (dBm)

Huber&Suhner, SOA

2459/360/5/0/V_C

Larson, R380.500.314

Cisco, Air-Ant 5135

5.0

3.5

DFS Threshold level

6

: dBm at the antenna connector

in front of the antenna

5

NOTE: Add more rows into the table If more antenna assemblies are intended for this TPC range

6 NOTE: For equipment with a maximum EIRP below 200 mW, the DFS threshold level shall be -62 dBm or less, for equipment with an EIRP of 200 mW or above, the DFS threshold level shall be -64 dBm or less. These levels assume a 0 dBi antenna gain. To define the applicable threshold level at the (temporary) antenna connector, the gain of the antenna (in dBi) shall be added to the threshold level. If more than one antenna is intended for this TPC range or power setting, the antenna gain of the antenna with the lowest gain shall be used.

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Power Level 2

Applicable Frequency Range:

5 150 MHz to 5 350 MHz and 5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz (Indoor)

5 470 MHz to 5 725 MHz only (Outdoor only)

Applicable power levels (see note): Tx out / EIRP

Power level ……….. dBm TX Output Power or EIRP

NOTE: Indicated whether the power level specified is Transmitter Output Power level or EIRP level in case of integrated antenna equipment

Intended Antenna Assemblies

7

:

Antenna Assembly name

DFS Threshold level

8

: dBm

Antenna

Gain (dBi)

EIRP (dBm)

at the antenna connector

in front of the antenna

7

NOTE: Add more rows into the table If more antenna assemblies are intended for this TPC range

8 NOTE: For equipment with a maximum EIRP below 200 mW, the DFS threshold level shall be -62 dBm or less, for equipment with an EIRP of 200 mW or above, the DFS threshold level shall be -64 dBm or less. These levels assume a 0 dBi antenna gain. To define the applicable threshold level at the (temporary) antenna connector, the gain of the antenna (in dBi) shall be added to the threshold level. If more than one antenna is intended for this TPC range or power setting, the antenna gain of the antenna with the lowest gain shall be used.

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h) The extreme operating temperature range that apply to the equipment:

-20°C to +55°C (Outdoor and Indoor usage)

0°C to +35°C (Indoor usage only)

Other: ..............-10°C to +55°C....................................................................

The nominal voltages of the stand-alone radio equipment or the nominal voltages of the combined

(host) equipment or test jig in case of plug-in devices.

Details provided are for the:

test jig

stand-alone equipment combined (or host) equipment

Supply Voltage

AC mains State AC voltage …230V……..

DC State DC voltage ……….. State DC current ………..

In case of DC, indicate the type of power source:

Internal Power Supply

External Power Supply or AC/DC adapter

Battery Nickel Cadmium

Alkaline

Nickel-Metal Hydride

Lithium-Ion

Lead acid (Vehicle regulated)

Other .............................. i) The test sequences used (see also EN 301 893 [2], clause 5.1.2)

..................................................................................

..................................................................................

.................................................................................. j) Type of Equipment

Stand-alone

Combined Equipment (Equipment where the radio part is fully integrated within another type of equipment)

Plug-in radio device (Equipment intended for a variety of host systems)

Other ..................................................................................

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Additional Information

a) Modulation:

ITU Class of emission: …G1D……….

Transmitter can operate un-modulated

Transmitter cannot operate un-modulated b) Duty Cycle

The transmitter is intended for: Continuous duty

Intermittent duty

Continuous operation possible for testing purposes

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c) About the UUT

The equipment submitted are representative production models.

If not, the equipment submitted are pre-production models ?

If pre-production equipment is submitted, the final production equipment will be identical in all respects with the equipment tested.

If not, supply full details: ..................................................................................

...........................................................................................................................

The equipment submitted is CE marked:

The CE marking does include the Class-II identifier (Alert Sign).

The CE marking does include a 4 digit number referring to the Notified Body involved.

List of ancillary and/or support equipment

Where possible, the information below should include a description, brand name, model number etc. for each of the equipment provided:

..................................................................................

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List Of Technical Requirements To Be Tested

The list of technical requirements called for in EN 301 893 [2] is given below.

EN Clause

4.2

4.3

4.4

4.4.1

4.4.2

4.6

4.6.2.1

4.6.2.2

4.6.2.3

4.6.2.4

4.6.2.5

Transmitter parameters

Transmitter parameters

Carrier Frequencies

RF Output power, Transmit Power Control (TPC) and power Density

Transmitter unwanted emissions

Transmitter unwanted emissions outside the 5 GHz RLAN bands

Transmitter unwanted emissions within the 5 GHz RLAN bands

Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)

Channel Availability Check

In-Service Monitoring

Channel Shutdown

Non-Occupancy Period

Uniform Spreading

4.5

EN Clause

Receiver parameters

Receiver parameters

Receiver spurious emissions

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Appendix D Photographs

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