EMC Test Data - Summit Data Communications

EMC Test Data - Summit Data Communications
Electromagnetic Emissions Test Report
and
Application for Grant of Equipment Authorization
pursuant to
Industry Canada RSS-Gen Issue 2 / RSS 210 Issue 7
FCC Part 15, Subpart E
on the
Summit Data Communications
Transmitter
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
UPN:
FCC ID:
6616A-SDCCF10AG
TWG-SDCCF10AG
GRANTEE:
Summit Data Communications
526 South Market Suite 407
Akron, OH 44311
TEST SITE:
Elliott Laboratories, Inc.
684 W. Maude Ave
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
REPORT DATE:
FINAL TEST DATE:
AUTHORIZED SIGNATORY:
March 5, 2008
November 27, December 11,
December 19, 2007, and
January 24, February 29, March 4, 2008
______________________________
Mark E. Hill
Staff Engineer
Testing Cert #2016-01
Elliott Laboratories, Inc. is accredited by the A2LA, certificate number 2016-01, to perform the test(s) listed in this report. This
report shall not be reproduced, except in its entirety, without the written approval of Elliott Laboratories, Inc.
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REVISION HISTORY
Rev #
1
Date
3/6/08
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Comments
Initial Release
Modified By
DG
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
COVER PAGE.............................................................................................................................................................1
REVISION HISTORY..............................................................................................................................................2
TABLE OF CONTENTS ..........................................................................................................................................3
SCOPE........................................................................................................................................................................5
OBJECTIVE ..............................................................................................................................................................6
STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE.........................................................................................................................6
TEST RESULTS SUMMARY .................................................................................................................................7
UNII / LELAN DEVICES......................................................................................................................................7
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO ALL BANDS .......................................................................8
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES ...................................................................................................................8
EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) DETAILS....................................................................................................9
GENERAL..............................................................................................................................................................9
ANTENNA SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................9
ENCLOSURE.........................................................................................................................................................9
MODIFICATIONS...............................................................................................................................................10
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.....................................................................................................................................10
EUT INTERFACE PORTS ..................................................................................................................................10
EUT OPERATION...............................................................................................................................................10
TEST SITE...............................................................................................................................................................11
GENERAL INFORMATION...............................................................................................................................11
CONDUCTED EMISSIONS CONSIDERATIONS ............................................................................................11
RADIATED EMISSIONS CONSIDERATIONS ................................................................................................11
MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION ..........................................................................................................12
RECEIVER SYSTEM ..........................................................................................................................................12
INSTRUMENT CONTROL COMPUTER ..........................................................................................................12
LINE IMPEDANCE STABILIZATION NETWORK (LISN) ............................................................................12
FILTERS/ATTENUATORS ................................................................................................................................13
ANTENNAS.........................................................................................................................................................13
ANTENNA MAST AND EQUIPMENT TURNTABLE.....................................................................................13
INSTRUMENT CALIBRATION.........................................................................................................................13
TEST PROCEDURES ............................................................................................................................................14
EUT AND CABLE PLACEMENT ......................................................................................................................14
CONDUCTED EMISSIONS................................................................................................................................14
RADIATED EMISSIONS....................................................................................................................................14
RADIATED EMISSIONS....................................................................................................................................15
BANDWIDTH MEASUREMENTS ....................................................................................................................18
SPECIFICATION LIMITS AND SAMPLE CALCULATIONS.........................................................................19
CONDUCTED EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION LIMITS: FCC 15.207; FCC 15.107(A), RSS GEN ...............19
GENERAL TRANSMITTER RADIATED EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION LIMITS.......................................20
FCC 15.407 (A) OUTPUT POWER LIMITS.......................................................................................................20
OUTPUT POWER AND SPURIOUS LIMITS –UNII DEVICES ......................................................................21
SAMPLE CALCULATIONS - CONDUCTED EMISSIONS .............................................................................21
SAMPLE CALCULATIONS - RADIATED EMISSIONS .................................................................................22
SAMPLE CALCULATIONS - FIELD STRENGTH TO EIRP CONVERSION ................................................23
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued)
EXHIBIT 1: Test Equipment Calibration Data..................................................................................................1
EXHIBIT 2: Test Measurement Data.................................................................................................................2
EXHIBIT 3: Photographs of Test Configurations..............................................................................................3
EXHIBIT 4: Proposed FCC ID Label & Label Location ..................................................................................4
EXHIBIT 5: Detailed Photographs....................................................................................................................5
EXHIBIT 6: Operator's Manual ........................................................................................................................6
EXHIBIT 7: Block Diagram...............................................................................................................................7
EXHIBIT 8: Schematic Diagrams......................................................................................................................8
EXHIBIT 9: Theory of Operation ......................................................................................................................9
EXHIBIT 10: RF Exposure Information ..........................................................................................................10
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SCOPE
An electromagnetic emissions test has been performed on the Summit Data
Communications model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors pursuant to the following rules:
Industry Canada RSS-Gen Issue 2
RSS 210 Issue 7 “Low-power Licence-exempt Radiocommunication Devices (All
Frequency Bands): Category I Equipment”
FCC Part 15, Subpart E requirements for UNII Devices (using FCC DA 02-2138,
August 30, 2002)
Conducted and radiated emissions data has been collected, reduced, and analyzed within
this report in accordance with measurement guidelines set forth in the following
reference standards and as outlined in Elliott Laboratories test procedures:
ANSI C63.4:2003
The intentional radiator above has been tested in a simulated typical installation to
demonstrate compliance with the relevant Industry Canada performance and procedural
standards.
Final system data was gathered in a mode that tended to maximize emissions by varying
orientation of EUT, orientation of power and I/O cabling, antenna search height, and
antenna polarization.
Every practical effort was made to perform an impartial test using appropriate test
equipment of known calibration. All pertinent factors have been applied to reach the
determination of compliance.
The test results recorded herein are based on a single type test of the Summit Data
Communications model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors and therefore apply only to the tested sample. The sample was selected and
prepared by Ron Seide of Summit Data Communications.
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OBJECTIVE
The primary objective of the manufacturer is compliance with the regulations outlined in
the previous section.
Prior to marketing in the USA, all unlicensed transmitters and transceivers require
certification. Receive-only devices operating between 30 MHz and 960 MHz are subject
to either certification or a manufacturer’s declaration of conformity, with all other
receive-only devices exempt from the technical requirements.
Prior to marketing in Canada, Class I transmitters, receivers and transceivers require
certification. Class II devices are required to meet the appropriate technical requirements
but are exempt from certification requirements.
Certification is a procedure where the manufacturer submits test data and technical
information to a certification body and receives a certificate or grant of equipment
authorization upon successful completion of the certification body’s review of the
submitted documents. Once the equipment authorization has been obtained, the label
indicating compliance must be attached to all identical units, which are subsequently
manufactured.
Maintenance of compliance is the responsibility of the manufacturer. Any modification
of the product which may result in increased emissions should be checked to ensure
compliance has been maintained (i.e., printed circuit board layout changes, different line
filter, different power supply, harnessing or I/O cable changes, etc.).
STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
The tested sample of Summit Data Communications model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g
Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors complied with the requirements of the
following regulations:
RSS 210 Issue 7 “Low-power Licence-exempt Radiocommunication Devices (All
Frequency Bands): Category I Equipment”
FCC Part 15, Subpart E requirements for UNII Devices
Maintenance of compliance is the responsibility of the manufacturer. Any modification
of the product which may result in increased emissions should be checked to ensure
compliance has been maintained (i.e., printed circuit board layout changes, different line
filter, different power supply, harnessing or I/O cable changes, etc.).
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TEST RESULTS SUMMARY
UNII / LELAN DEVICES
Operation in the 5.15 – 5.25 GHz Band
FCC
RSS
Description
Rule Part
Rule Part
15.407(e)
Indoor operation only
15.407(a)
(1)
15.407(a)
(1)
15.407(a)
(1))
Limit /
Requirement
N/A
Result
Complies
26dB Bandwidth
17.7 MHz
N/A – limits output
power if < 20MHz
N/A
A9.2(1)
Output Power
13.9 dBm (0.025W)
16.5 dBm
Complies
A9.2(1)
Power Spectral
Density
3.4 dBm/MHz
4 dBm/MHz
Complies
A9.5 (2)
Power Spectral
Density
3.4 dBm/MHz
Shall not exceed the
average value by
more than 3dB
Complies
General UNII requirements for all bands
FCC
RSS
Description
Rule Part
Rule Part
A9.5a
RSP 100
15.407(b)
(5) / 15.209
A9.3
15.407(b)
(2)
A9.3
15.407(a)(6
)
-
Modulation
99% bandwidth
Spurious Emissions
below 1GHz
Spurious Emissions
above 1GHz
Peak Excursion Ratio
A9.5 (3)
Channel Selection
15
15.407 (c)
Measured Value /
Comments
Refer to user’s
manual
A9.5(4)
15.407 (g)
A9.5 (5)
15.407 (h1)
A9.4
15.407 (h2)
A9.4
A9.9g
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Operation in the
absence of information
to transmit
Frequency Stability
Transmit Power
Control
Dynamic frequency
Selection (device with
radar detection)
User Manual
information
Measured Value /
Comments
Digital Modulation
is used (OFDM)
17.3 MHz
No Emissions
Detected
65.0dBµV/m
(1778.3µV/m) @
5248.5MHz
Limit /
Requirement
Digital modulation
is required
Information only
7.8 dB
< 13dB
Complies
Spurious emissions
tested at outermost
channels in each
band
Measurements on
three channels in
each band
Device was tested
on the top, bottom
and center channels
in each band
N/A
Operation is
discontinued in the
absence of
information
Device shall
automatically
discontinue
operation in the
absence of
information to
transmit
Result
Complies
Complies
Complies
(-3.3dB)
N/A
Complies
Frequency stability
is better than
Complies
20ppm (Operational
Description page 1)
Not applicable, device does not operate in either 5470 –
5725 or 5250 – 5350 MHz bands.
Not applicable, device does not operate in either 5470 –
5725 or 5250 – 5350 MHz bands.
Refer to Exhibit 6
for details
Complies
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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO ALL BANDS
FCC Rule
Part
RSS
Rule part
Description
15.203
-
RF Connector
RSS GEN
7.2.3
Table 1
RSS GEN
Table 2
15.109
15.207
15.247 (b) (5)
15.407 (f)
Receiver spurious
emissions
Measured Value /
Comments
The radio module uses a
unique connector type
46.4dBµV/m
(208.9µV/m) @
17735.4MHz
Limit /
Requirement
Result
(margin)
Complies
Complies
(-7.6dB)
AC Conducted
Emissions
55.6dBµV @ 0.167MHz
Refer to
standard
Complies
(-9.5dB)
RF Exposure
Requirements
Refer to MPE
calculations in Exhibit
11, RSS 102 declaration
and User Manual
statements.
Refer to OET
65, FCC Part 1
and RSS 102
Complies
Statement
required
regarding noninterference
Complies
RSS 102
RSP 100
RSS GEN
7.1.5
User Manual
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 and were calculated in accordance with
UKAS document LAB 34.
Measurement Type
Frequency Range
Calculated Uncertainty
(MHz)
(dB)
______________________________________________________________
Conducted Emissions
Radiated Emissions
Radiated Emissions
Radiated Emissions
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0.15 to 30
0.015 to 30
30 to 1000
1000 to 40000
± 2.4
± 3.0
± 3.6
± 6.0
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EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) DETAILS
GENERAL
The Summit Data Communications model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash
Module with Antenna Connectors is an 802.11a/g 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 on a tabletop during emissions testing to simulate the end user
environment. The electrical rating of the EUT is 3.3 VDC +/- 5% With typical power
consumption of 400 mA (1320mW) while in transmit mode, 180 mA (594mW) while in
receive mode and 10 mA (33 mW) while in standby mode.
The sample was received on November 19, 2007 and tested on November 27, December
11 and December 19, 2007 and January 24, February 29, and March 4, 2008. The EUT
consisted of the following component(s):
Manufacturer
Summit Data
Communications
Model
SDC-CF10AG
Description
Compact Flash
Module
Serial Number
-
FCC ID
TWGSDCCF10AG
Note: The EUT was tested using an extender card that allowed for the card to be outside
of the host system.
ANTENNA SYSTEM
There were three antennas included in the testing:
Laird Centurion, m/n NanoBlade, pcb antenna, 3.8dBi @ 2.45GHz, 5.1dBi @ 5.25GHz,
4.5dBi @ 5.8GHz
Volex, p/n VLX-51004-A, Omni, 2.3dBi @ 2.4GHz, 1.9dBi @ 5GHz
Larson, p/n R380.500.314, Omni, 1.6dBi @ 2.4GHz, 5dBi @ 5GHz
Note: The Volex Omni was used in the 2.4GHz band and the Larson Omni was used in
the 5GHz bands. The Laird pcb antenna was also tested for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
ENCLOSURE
The EUT does not have an enclosure as it is designed to be installed within the enclosure
of a host computer or system.
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MODIFICATIONS
The EUT did not require modifications during testing in order to comply with emissions
specifications.
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
The following equipment was used as local support equipment for emissions testing:
Manufacturer
Hewlett Packard
Model
iPAQ
Description
Handheld Computer
Serial Number
-
FCC ID
-
EUT INTERFACE PORTS
The I/O cabling configuration during emissions testing was as follows:
Port
Connected To
iPAQ Power
Flash Module
AC Mains
iPAQ Module Port
Cable(s)
Description Shielded or Unshielded Length(m)
2wire
Unshielded
1.5
-
EUT OPERATION
During emissions testing the EUT was configured to transmit at the Low, Middle, and
High Channel. Note, the radio was unable to transmit continuously due to limitations of
the host device.
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TEST SITE
GENERAL INFORMATION
Final test measurements were taken on November 27, December 11 and December 19,
2007 and January 24, 2008 at the Elliott Laboratories Open Area Test Site #2 located at
684 West Maude Avenue, Sunnyvale, California. Pursuant to section 2.948 of the FCC’s
Rules and section 3.3 of RSP-100, construction, calibration, and equipment data has been
filed with the Commission.
ANSI C63.4:2003 recommends that ambient noise at the test site be at least 6 dB below
the allowable limits. Ambient levels are below this requirement with the exception of
predictable local TV, radio, and mobile communications traffic. The test site contains
separate areas for radiated and conducted emissions testing. Considerable engineering
effort has been expended to ensure that the facilities conform to all pertinent
requirements of ANSI C63.4:2003.
CONDUCTED EMISSIONS CONSIDERATIONS
Conducted emissions testing is performed in conformance with ANSI C63.4:2003.
Measurements are made with the EUT connected to the public power network through a
nominal, standardized RF impedance, which is provided by a line impedance stabilization
network, known as a LISN. A LISN is inserted in series with each current-carrying
conductor in the EUT power cord.
RADIATED EMISSIONS CONSIDERATIONS
The FCC has determined that radiation measurements made in a shielded enclosure are
not suitable for determining levels of radiated emissions. Radiated measurements are
performed in an open field environment or in a semi-anechoic chamber. The test sites are
maintained free of conductive objects within the CISPR defined elliptical area
incorporated in ANSI C63.4:2003 guidelines and meet the Normalized Site Attenuation
(NSA) requirements of ANSI C63.4:2003.
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MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION
RECEIVER SYSTEM
An EMI receiver as specified in CISPR 16-1 is used for emissions measurements. The
receivers used can measure over the frequency range of 9 kHz up to 2000 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. The receiver automatically sets the required
bandwidth for the CISPR detector used during measurements. If the repetition frequency
of the signal being measured is below 20Hz, peak measurements are made in lieu of
Quasi-Peak measurements.
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. Average measurements above
1000MHz are performed on the spectrum analyzer using the linear-average method with
a resolution bandwidth of 1 MHz and a video bandwidth of 10 Hz, unless the signal is
pulsed in which case the average (or video) bandwidth of the measuring instrument is
reduced to onset of pulse desensitization and then increased.
INSTRUMENT CONTROL COMPUTER
The receivers utilize either a Rohde & Schwarz EZM Spectrum Monitor/Controller or
contain an internal Spectrum Monitor/Controller to view and convert the receiver
measurements to the field strength at an antenna or voltage developed at the LISN
measurement port, 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 printed in a graphic and/or tabular format, as appropriate. A personal
computer is used to record all measurements made with the receivers.
The Spectrum Monitor provides a visual display of the signal being measured. In
addition, the controller or a personal computer run automated data collection programs
which control the receivers. This provides added accuracy since all site correction
factors, such as cable loss and antenna factors are added automatically.
LINE IMPEDANCE STABILIZATION NETWORK (LISN)
Line conducted measurements utilize a fifty microhenry Line Impedance Stabilization
Network as the monitoring point. The LISN used also contains a 250 uH CISPR adapter.
This network provides for calibrated radio frequency noise measurements by the design
of the internal low pass and high pass filters on the EUT and measurement ports,
respectively.
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FILTERS/ATTENUATORS
External filters and precision attenuators are often connected between the receiving
antenna or LISN and the receiver. This eliminates saturation effects and non-linear
operation due to high amplitude transient events.
ANTENNAS
A loop antenna is used below 30 MHz. For the measurement range 30 MHz to 1000
MHz either a combination of a biconical antenna and a log periodic or a bi-log antenna is
used. Above 1000 MHz, horn antennas are used. The antenna calibration factors to
convert the received voltage to an electric field strength are included with appropriate
cable loss and amplifier gain factors to determine an overall site factor, which is then
programmed into the test receivers or incorporated into the test software.
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.
Measurements below 30 MHz are made with the loop antenna at a fixed height of 1m
above the ground plane.
ANSI C63.4:2003 specifies that the test height above ground for table mounted devices
shall be 80 centimeters. Floor mounted equipment shall 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.
INSTRUMENT CALIBRATION
All test equipment is regularly checked to ensure that performance is maintained in
accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. All antennas are calibrated at regular
intervals with respect to tuned half-wave dipoles. An exhibit of this report contains the
list of test equipment used and calibration information.
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TEST PROCEDURES
EUT AND CABLE PLACEMENT
The regulations require that interconnecting cables be connected to the available ports of
the unit and that the placement of the unit and the attached cables simulate the worst case
orientation that can be expected from a typical installation, so far as practicable. To this
end, the position of the unit and associated cabling is varied within the guidelines of
ANSI C63.4:2003, and the worst-case orientation is used for final measurements.
CONDUCTED EMISSIONS
Conducted emissions are measured at the plug end of the power cord supplied with the
EUT. Excess power cord length is wrapped in a bundle between 30 and 40 centimeters in
length near the center of the cord. Preliminary measurements are made to determine the
highest amplitude emission relative to the specification limit for all the modes of
operation. Placement of system components and varying of cable positions are performed
in each mode. A final peak mode scan is then performed in the position and mode for
which the highest emission was noted on all current carrying conductors of the power
cord.
LISN
EUT
LISN
AE
0.4m
0.8m
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RADIATED EMISSIONS
A preliminary scan of the radiated emissions is performed in which all significant EUT
frequencies are identified with the system in a nominal configuration. At least two scans
are performed, one scan for each antenna polarization (horizontal and vertical; loop
parallel and perpendicular to the EUT). During the preliminary scans, the EUT is rotated
through 360˚, the antenna height is varied (for measurements above 30 MHz) and cable
positions are varied to determine the highest emission relative to the limit. Preliminary
scans may be performed in a fully anechoic chamber for the purposes of identifying the
frequencies of the highest emissions from the EUT.
A speaker is provided in the receiver to aid in discriminating between EUT and ambient
emissions. Other methods used during the preliminary scan for EUT emissions involve
scanning with near field magnetic loops, monitoring I/O cables with RF current clamps,
and cycling power to the EUT.
Final maximization is a phase in which the highest amplitude emissions identified in the
spectral search are viewed while the EUT azimuth angle is varied from 0 to 360 degrees
relative to the receiving antenna. The azimuth, which results in the highest emission is
then maintained while varying the antenna height from one to four meters (for
measurements above 30 MHz, measurements below 30 MHz are made with the loop
antenna at a fixed height of 1m). The result is the identification of the highest amplitude
for each of the highest peaks. Each recorded level is corrected in the receiver using
appropriate factors for cables, connectors, antennas, and preamplifier gain.
When testing above 18 GHz, the receive antenna is located at 1meter from the EUT and
the antenna height is restricted to a maximum of 2.5 meters.
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REAR VIEW
0.4m
AC Outlets (flush-mounted)
0.8m
SIDE VIEW
Typical Test Configuration for Radiated Field Strength Measurements
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Antenna
EUT
d
The ground plane extends beyond the ellipse defined in CISPR 16 / CISPR 22 / ANSI C63.4 and
is large enough to accommodate test distances (d) of 3m and 10m. Refer to the test data tables for
the actual measurement distance.
EUT
d
Antenna
height range
1 to 4 m
0.8m
Test Configuration for Radiated Field Strength Measurements
OATS- Plan and Side Views
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EUT
d
Antenna
The anechoic materials on the walls and ceiling ensure compliance with the normalized site
attenuation requirements of CISPR 16 / CISPR 22 / ANSI C63.4 for an alternate test site at the
measurement distances used.
Floor-standing equipment is placed on the floor with insulating supports between the unit and the
ground plane.
EUT
d
Antenna
height range
1 to 4 m
0.8m
Test Configuration for Radiated Field Strength Measurements
Semi-Anechoic Chamber, Plan and Side Views
BANDWIDTH MEASUREMENTS
The 6dB, 20dB and/or 26dB signal bandwidth is measured in using the bandwidths
recommended by ANSI C63.4. When required, the 99% bandwidth is measured using
the methods detailed in RSS GEN.
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SPECIFICATION LIMITS AND SAMPLE CALCULATIONS
The limits for conducted emissions are given in units of microvolts, and the limits for
radiated emissions are given in units of microvolts per meter at a specified test distance.
Data is measured in the logarithmic form of decibels relative to one microvolt, or dB
microvolts (dBuV). For radiated emissions, the measured data is converted to the field
strength at the antenna in dB microvolts per meter (dBuV/m). The results are then
converted to the linear forms of uV and uV/m for comparison to published specifications.
For reference, converting the specification limits from linear to decibel form is
accomplished by taking the base ten logarithm, then multiplying by 20. These limits in
both linear and logarithmic form are as follows:
CONDUCTED EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION LIMITS: FCC 15.207; FCC 15.107(a), RSS GEN
The table below shows the limits for the emissions on the AC power line from an
intentional radiator and a receiver.
Frequency
(MHz)
0.150 to 0.500
0.500 to 5.000
5.000 to 30.000
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Average
Limit
(dBuV)
Quasi Peak
Limit
(dBuV)
Linear decrease on
logarithmic frequency
axis
between 56.0 and 46.0
46.0
50.0
Linear decrease on
logarithmic frequency
axis
between 66.0 and 56.0
56.0
60.0
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GENERAL TRANSMITTER RADIATED EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION LIMITS
The table below shows the limits for the spurious emissions from transmitters that fall in
restricted bands1 (with the exception of transmitters operating under FCC Part 15 Subpart
D and RSS 210 Annex 9), the limits for all emissions from a low power device operating
under the general rules of RSS 310 (tables 3 and 4), RSS 210 (table 2) and FCC Part 15
Subpart C section 15.209.
Frequency
Range
(MHz)
0.009-0.490
Limit
(uV/m)
Limit
(dBuV/m @ 3m)
2400/FKHz @ 300m
67.6-20*log10(FKHz) @ 300m
0.490-1.705
24000/FKHz @ 30m
87.6-20*log10(FKHz) @ 30m
1.705 to 30
30 @ 30m
29.5 @ 30m
30 to 88
100 @ 3m
40 @ 3m
88 to 216
150 @ 3m
43.5 @ 3m
216 to 960
200 @ 3m
46.0 @ 3m
Above 960
500 @ 3m
54.0 @ 3m
FCC 15.407 (a) OUTPUT POWER LIMITS
The table below shows the limits for output power and output power density. Where the
signal bandwidth is less than 20 MHz the maximum output power is reduced to the power
spectral density limit plus 10 times the log of the bandwidth (in MHz).
Operating Frequency
(MHz)
5150 - 5250
5250 - 5350
5725 – 5825
Output Power
50mW (17 dBm)
250 mW (24 dBm)
1 Watts (30 dBm)
Power Spectral
Density
4 dBm/MHz
11 dBm/MHz
17 dBm/MHz
For system using antennas with gains exceeding 6dBi, the output power and power
spectral density limits are reduced by 1dB for every dB the antenna gain exceeds 6dBi.
Fixed point-to-point applications using the 5725 – 5825 MHz band may use antennas
with gains of up to 23dBi without this limitation. If the gain exceeds 23dBi then the
output power limit of 1 Watt is reduced by 1dB for every dB the gain exceeds 23dBi.
1
The restricted bands are detailed in FCC 15.203, RSS 210 Table 1 and RSS 310 Table 2
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OUTPUT POWER AND SPURIOUS LIMITS –UNII DEVICES
The table below shows the limits for output power and output power density defined by
FCC Part 15 Subpart E. Where the signal bandwidth is less than 20 MHz the maximum
output power is reduced to the power spectral density limit plus 10 times the log of the
bandwidth (in MHz).
Operating Frequency
(MHz)
5150 - 5250
5250 - 5350
5470 - 5725
5725 – 5825
Output Power
50mW (17 dBm)
250 mW (24 dBm)
250 mW (24 dBm)
1 Watts (30 dBm)
Power Spectral
Density
10 dBm/MHz
11 dBm/MHz
11 dBm/MHz
17 dBm/MHz
The peak excursion envelope is limited to 13dB.
For system using antennas with gains exceeding 6dBi, the output power and power
spectral density limits are reduced by 1dB for every dB the antenna gain exceeds 6dBi.
Fixed point-to-point applications using the 5725 – 5825 MHz band may use antennas
with gains of up to 23dBi without this limitation. If the gain exceeds 23dBi then the
output power limit of 1 Watt is reduced by 1dB for every dB the gain exceeds 23dBi.
SAMPLE CALCULATIONS - CONDUCTED EMISSIONS
Receiver readings are compared directly to the conducted emissions specification limit
(decibel form) as follows:
Rr - S = M
where:
Rr = Receiver Reading in dBuV
S
= Specification Limit in dBuV
M = Margin to Specification in +/- dB
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SAMPLE CALCULATIONS - RADIATED EMISSIONS
Receiver readings are compared directly to the specification limit (decibel form). The
receiver internally corrects for cable loss, preamplifier gain, and antenna factor. The
calculations are in the reverse direction of the actual signal flow, thus cable loss is added
and the amplifier gain is subtracted. The Antenna Factor converts the voltage at the
antenna coaxial connector to the field strength at the antenna elements.
A distance factor, when used for electric field measurements above 30MHz, is calculated
by using the following formula:
Fd = 20*LOG10 (Dm/Ds)
where:
Fd = Distance Factor in dB
Dm = Measurement Distance in meters
Ds = Specification Distance in meters
For electric field measurements below 30MHz the extrapolation factor is either
determined by making measurements at multiple distances or a theoretical value is
calculated using the formula:
Fd = 40*LOG10 (Dm/Ds)
Measurement Distance is the distance at which the measurements were taken and
Specification Distance is the distance at which the specification limits are based. The
antenna factor converts the voltage at the antenna coaxial connector to the field strength
at the antenna elements.
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The margin of a given emission peak relative to the limit is calculated as follows:
Rc = Rr + Fd
and
M = Rc - Ls
where:
Rr = Receiver Reading in dBuV/m
Fd = Distance Factor in dB
Rc = Corrected Reading in dBuV/m
Ls = Specification Limit in dBuV/m
M = Margin in dB Relative to Spec
SAMPLE CALCULATIONS - FIELD STRENGTH TO EIRP CONVERSION
Where the radiated electric field strength is expressed in terms of the equivalent isotropic
radiated power (eirp), or where a field strength measurement of output power is made in
lieu of a direct measurement, the following formula is used to convert between eirp and
field strength at a distance of 3m from the equipment under test:
E
= 1000000 √ 30 P
microvolts per meter
3
where P is the eirp (Watts)
File: R70600 Rev 1
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Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 1: Test Equipment Calibration Data
3 Pages
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 1 of 10
Radiated Emissions, 30 - 26,500 MHz, 11-Oct-07
Engineer: Mehran Birgani
Manufacturer
Description
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz (SA40-Red)
Hewlett Packard
High Pass filter, 3.5 GHz (Blu System)
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 9 kHz - 40 GHz, FMT (SA40) Blue
Model #
8449B
3115
P/N 84300-80038 (84125C)
8564E (84125C)
Asset #
870
1142
1391
1393
Cal Due
15-Nov-07
07-Jun-08
29-May-08
17-Jan-08
Radiated Emissions, 30 - 26,500 MHz, 12-Oct-07
Engineer: jcaizzi
Manufacturer
Description
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz (SA40-Red)
Hewlett Packard
High Pass filter, 3.5 GHz (Blu System)
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 9 kHz - 40 GHz, FMT (SA40) Blue
Model #
8449B
3115
P/N 84300-80038 (84125C)
8564E (84125C)
Asset #
870
1142
1391
1393
Cal Due
15-Nov-07
07-Jun-08
29-May-08
17-Jan-08
Radiated Emissions, 30 - 18,000 MHz, 31-Oct-07
Engineer: Rafael Varelas
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Hewlett Packard
EMC Spectrum Analyzer, 9 KHz - 22 GHz
Hewlett Packard
High Pass filter, 3.5 GHz (Blu System)
Model #
3115
8449B
8593EM
P/N 84300-80038 (84125C)
Asset #
487
870
1319
1391
Cal Due
24-May-08
15-Nov-07
18-May-08
29-May-08
Radiated Emissions, 30 - 12,000 MHz, 19-Nov-07
Engineer: Joseph Cadigal
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 9 kHz - 40 GHz, FMT (SA40) Blue
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Model #
3115
8564E (84125C)
8449B
Asset #
487
1393
1780
Cal Due
24-May-08
17-Jan-08
06-Nov-08
Radio Antenna Port (Power and Spurious Emissions), 26-Nov-07
Engineer: skhushzad
Manufacturer
Description
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
Model #
8564E (84125C)
Asset #
1148
Cal Due
24-Aug-08
Radio Spurious Emissions, 27-Nov-07
Engineer: Suhaila Khushzad
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
Rohde & Schwarz
Test Receiver, 0.009-2750 MHz
EMCO
Log Periodic Antenna, 0.2-2 GHz
EMCO
Biconical Antenna, 30-300 MHz
Model #
3115
8449B
8564E (84125C)
ESN
3148
3110B
Asset #
487
870
1148
1332
1404
1497
Cal Due
24-May-08
08-Nov-08
24-Aug-08
21-Dec-07
30-Mar-08
03-Jul-08
Radio Spurious Emissions, 11-Dec-07
Engineer: Suhaila Khushzad
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz (SA40-Red)
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 9 kHz - 40 GHz, FMT (SA40) Blue
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Model #
3115
8564E (84125C)
8449B
Asset #
1142
1393
1780
Cal Due
07-Jun-08
17-Jan-08
06-Nov-08
Radiated Emissions, 30 - 40,000 MHz, 12-Dec-07
Engineer: Mehran Birgani
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 18-26.5 GHz (SA40-Red)
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 26.5-40 GHz (SA40-Red)
Hewlett Packard
High Pass filter, 8.2 GHz (Red System)
Model #
3115
8449B
8564E (84125C)
3160-09 (84125C)
3160-10 (84125C)
P/N 84300-80039 (84125C)
Asset #
487
870
1148
1150
1151
1152
Cal Due
24-May-08
08-Nov-08
24-Aug-08
05-Nov-08
05-Nov-08
15-Oct-08
File: T69413_FCC_UNII
Test Equipment (Emissions)
1 of 3
Radio Spurious Emissions, 14-Dec-07
Engineer: Suhaila Khushzad
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz (SA40-Red)
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 9 kHz - 40 GHz, FMT (SA40) Blue
Model #
3115
8449B
8564E (84125C)
Asset #
1142
1780
1393
Cal Due
07-Jun-08
06-Nov-08
17-Jan-08
Radio Spurious Emissions, 19-Dec-07
Engineer: Suhaila Khushzad
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18GHz
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
Model #
3115
8449B
8564E (84125C)
Asset #
868
870
1148
Cal Due
26-Apr-08
08-Nov-08
24-Aug-08
Radiated Emissions, 30 - 16,000 MHz, 20-Dec-07
Engineer: Mehran Birgani
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18GHz
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
Model #
3115
8449B
8564E (84125C)
Asset #
868
870
1148
Cal Due
26-Apr-08
08-Nov-08
24-Aug-08
Conducted Emissions - AC Power Ports, 21-Dec-07
Engineer: Rafael Varelas
Manufacturer
Description
Elliott Laboratories
LISN, FCC / CISPR
Rohde& Schwarz
Pulse Limiter
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
Rohde & Schwarz
Test Receiver, 9 kHz-2750 MHz
Model #
LISN-4, OATS
ESH3 Z2
8564E (84125C)
ESCS 30
Asset #
362
812
1148
1337
Cal Due
18-Jul-08
05-Feb-08
24-Aug-08
21-Sep-08
Radio Antenna Port (Power and Spurious Emissions), 07-Jan-08
Engineer: Suhaila Khushzad
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Model #
3115
8564E (84125C)
8449B
Asset #
487
1148
1780
Cal Due
24-May-08
24-Aug-08
06-Nov-08
Radio Spurious Emissions, 10-Jan-08
Engineer: Suhaila Khushzad
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz
Hewlett Packard
EMC Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz - 6.5 GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
Model #
3115
8595EM
8564E (84125C)
Asset #
487
780
1148
Cal Due
24-May-08
09-Oct-08
24-Aug-08
Radio Antenna Port (Power and Spurious Emissions), 14-Jan-08
Engineer: jcaizzi
Manufacturer
Description
Hewlett Packard
EMC Spectrum Analyzer, 9 kHz - 6.5 GHz
Model #
8595EM
Asset #
787
Cal Due
21-Feb-08
Radiated Emissions, 30 - 26,500 MHz, 18-Jan-08
Engineer: jcaizzi
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Hewlett Packard
SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red
Hewlett Packard
High Pass filter, 8.2 GHz
Model #
3115
8449B
8564E (84125C)
P/N 84300-80039
Asset #
487
870
1148
1156
Cal Due
24-May-08
08-Nov-08
24-Aug-08
29-May-08
Radio Antenna Port (Power and Spurious Emissions), 24-Jan-08
Engineer: Mehran Birgani
Manufacturer
Description
Rohde & Schwarz
EMI Test Receiver, 20 Hz-7 GHz
Model #
ESIB7
Asset #
1630
Cal Due
25-Jan-08
File: T69413_FCC_UNII
Test Equipment (Emissions)
2 of 3
Conducted Emissions - AC Power Ports, 28-Jan-08
Engineer: Peter Sales
Manufacturer
Description
Rohde & Schwarz
Test Receiver, 0.009-30 MHz
Elliott Laboratories
LISN, FCC / CISPR
Hewlett Packard
EMC Spectrum Analyzer, 9 KHz-26.5 GHz
Rohde& Schwarz
Pulse Limiter
Model #
ESH3
LISN-3, OATS
8593EM
ESH3 Z2
Asset #
215
304
1141
1398
Cal Due
29-Mar-08
18-Jul-08
29-Nov-08
05-Feb-08
Radiated Emissions, 1000 - 40000 MHz, 04-Mar-08
Engineer: Pete Sales
Manufacturer
Description
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz
Hewlett Packard
Microwave Preamplifier, 1-26.5GHz
Hewlett Packard
Head (Inc W1-W4, 1143, 1144) Red
Model #
3115
8449B
84125C
Asset #
487
870
1145
Cal Due
24-May-08
08-Nov-08
16-Nov-08
Hewlett Packard
Spectrum Analyzer 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV (SA40) Red 8564E (84125C)
1148
24-Aug-08
EMCO
EMCO
Antenna, Horn, 18-26.5 GHz (SA40-Red)
Antenna, Horn, 26.5-40 GHz (SA40-Red)
1150
1151
05-Nov-08
05-Nov-08
File: T69413_FCC_UNII
Test Equipment (Emissions)
3160-09 (84125C)
3160-10 (84125C)
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EXHIBIT 2: Test Measurement Data
36 Pages
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 2 of 10
EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with
Antenna Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Emissions Standard(s): 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Immunity Standard(s): -
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Class: Environment: -
EMC Test Data
For The
Summit Data Communications
Model
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Date of Last Test: 3/27/2008
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with
Antenna Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Emissions Standard(s): 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Immunity Standard(s): -
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manger: Dean Eriksen
Class: Environment: -
EUT INFORMATION
The following information was collected during the test session(s).
General Description
The EUT is a n 802.11a/g 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 on a tabletop during emissions testing to
simulate the end user environment. The electrical rating of the EUT is 3.3 VDC +/- 5% With typical power consumption of 400 mA
(1320mW) while in transmit mode, 180 mA (594mW) while in receive mode and 10 mA (33 mW) while in standby mode.
Equipment Under Test
Manufacturer
Summit Data
Communications
Model
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g
Compact Flash Module
with Antenna Connectors
Description
Compact Flash Module
Serial Number
TBP
FCC ID
TWG-SDCCF10AG
EUT Antenna (Intentional Radiators Only)
There were three antennas included in the testing:
Laird Centurion, m/n NanoBlade, pcb antenna, 3.8dBi @ 2.45GHz, 5.1dBi @ 5.25GHz, 4.5dBi @ 5.8GHz
Volex, p/n VLX-51004-A, Omni, 2.3dBi @ 2.4GHz, 1.9dBi @ 5GHz
Larson, p/n R380.500.314, Omni, 1.6dBi @ 2.4GHz, 5dBi @ 5GHz
Note: The Volex Omni was used in the 2.4GHz band and the Larson Omni was used in the 5GHz bands. The Laird pcb antenna was
also tested for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
The antenna connects to the EUT via a non-standard antenna connector, thereby meeting the requirements of FCC 15.203.
EUT Enclosure
The EUT does not have an enclosure as it is designed to be installed within the enclosure of a host computer or system.
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with
Antenna Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Emissions Standard(s): 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Immunity Standard(s): -
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manger: Dean Eriksen
Class: Environment: -
Test Configuration #1
The following information was collected during the test session(s).
Local Support Equipment
Manufacturer
-
Model
-
Description
-
Serial Number
-
FCC ID
-
Serial Number
-
FCC ID
-
Remote Support Equipment
Manufacturer
Hewlett Packard
Model
iPAQ
Description
Handheld Computer
Cabling and Ports
Port
iPAQ Power
Flash Module
Connected To
AC Mains
iPAQ Module Port
Description
2wire
-
Cable(s)
Shielded or Unshielded
Unshielded
-
Length(m)
1.5
-
EUT Operation During Emissions Tests
During emissions testing the EUT was configured to transmit at the Low, Middle, and High Channel
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: -
Conducted Emissions - Power Ports
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: 1/28/2008 22:01
Test Engineer: Peter Sales
Test Location: SVOATS #2
Config. Used: 1
Config Change: None
EUT Voltage: 120V/60Hz, 230V/50Hz
General Test Configuration
The EUT was located on a wooden table, 40 cm from a vertical coupling plane and 80cm from the LISN.
Ambient Conditions:
Temperature:
4 °C
Rel. Humidity:
76 %
Summary of Results
Run #
1
Test Performed
CE, AC Power, 230V/50Hz
Limit
EN 55022 B
Result
Pass
2
CE, AC Power,120V/60Hz
EN 55022 B
Pass
Margin
43.1dBµV @ 0.215MHz
(-19.9dB)
55.6dBµV @ 0.167MHz
(-9.5dB)
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.
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: -
Run #1: AC Power Port Conducted Emissions, 0.15 - 30MHz, 230V/50Hz
Run #1: AC Power Port Conducted Emissions, 0.15 - 30MHz, 230V/50Hz Continued Next Page…
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Frequency
MHz
0.215
0.153
0.157
0.162
0.159
0.173
0.215
0.157
0.153
0.159
0.162
0.173
Level
dBμV
43.1
44.9
44.5
43.9
44.0
42.5
21.0
17.6
17.7
17.2
17.0
16.2
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AC
Line
Line 1
Neutral
Neutral
Neutral
Line 1
Line 1
Line 1
Neutral
Neutral
Line 1
Neutral
Line 1
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Class: -
EN55022 B
Limit
Margin
63.0
-19.9
65.8
-20.9
65.6
-21.1
65.4
-21.5
65.5
-21.5
64.8
-22.3
53.0
-32.0
55.6
-38.0
55.8
-38.1
55.5
-38.3
55.4
-38.4
54.8
-38.6
Detector Comments
QP/Ave
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: -
Run #2: AC Power Port Conducted Emissions, 0.15 - 30MHz, 120V/60Hz
Run #2: AC Power Port Conducted Emissions, 0.15 - 30MHz, 120V/60Hz Coninued Next Page…
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Frequency
MHz
0.167
0.165
0.169
0.180
0.184
0.172
0.169
0.165
0.167
0.184
0.172
0.180
Level
dBμV
55.6
55.7
54.1
53.4
52.6
53.1
28.7
28.7
28.1
27.1
27.6
27.0
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AC
Line
Line 1
Neutral
Neutral
Line 1
Neutral
Line 1
Neutral
Neutral
Line 1
Neutral
Line 1
Line 1
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Class: -
EN55022 B
Limit
Margin
65.1
-9.5
65.2
-9.5
65.0
-10.9
64.5
-11.1
64.3
-11.7
64.9
-11.8
55.0
-26.3
55.2
-26.5
55.1
-27.0
54.3
-27.2
54.9
-27.3
54.5
-27.5
Detector Comments
QP/Ave
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
QP
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
AC CE 28-Jan-08
Page 8 of 36
EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Radiated Emissions (FCC Part 15E/RSS 210 A9/RSS GEN)
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: 3/5/2008
Test Engineer: Peter Sales
Test Location: SVOATS #1
Config. Used: 1
Config Change: None
EUT Voltage: Powered from Host System
General Test Configuration
The EUT and all local support equipment were located on the turntable for radiated spurious emissions testing.
For radiated emissions testing the measurement antenna was located 3 meters from the EUT.
Ambient Conditions:
Temperature:
Rel. Humidity:
10 °C
76 %
Summary of Results
Run #1
TX Mode
Channel
Power Setting
Pass/Fail
1a
a
5180
Full
Pass
1b
a
5200
Full
Pass
1c
a
5240
Full
Pass
Margin
45.0dBµV/m (177.8µV/m) @
10359.7MHz (-9.0dB)
45.0dBµV/m (177.8µV/m) @
10401.4MHz (-9.0dB)
65.0dBµV/m (1778.3µV/m) @
5248.5MHz (-3.3dB)
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.
Note:
All tests will be performed in data rate of 54Mbps. Average band edge plots are for reference only, final
measurements made with VB=1khz to avoid desensitization at 10Hz which reduced signal level by 6.6dB.
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #1a: Tx Radiated Spurious Emissions, 30 - 40000 MHz. 5150-5250 MHz Band
Low Channel @ 5180 MHz,
Full Power settting,Laird PCB Antenna with 5.1dBi, Rate = 54Mbps
Fundamental Signal Radiated Field Strength
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m V/H
5178.100 100.4
H
5178.100 106.0
H
5178.520
96.3
V
5178.520 102.5
V
-
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
Azimuth
degrees
319
319
229
229
Height
meters
1.0
1.0
1.3
1.3
Comments
Band Edge Signal Radiated Field Strength at 5150 MHz
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
Detector
MHz
Limit
Margin Pk/QP/Avg
dBμV/m V/H
AVG
5149.930
43.0
H
54.0
-11.0
AVG
5149.940
40.8
V
54.0
-13.2
5149.170
56.0
V
74.0
-18.0
PK
5147.520
44.5
H
74.0
-29.5
PK
Azimuth
degrees
319
229
229
319
Height
meters
1.0
1.3
1.3
1.0
Comments
Other Spurious Radiated Emissions:
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m V/H
10359.740 45.0
V
54.0
-9.0
10360.160 44.5
H
55.0
-10.5
15538.660 42.5
V
56.0
-13.5
10359.740 51.4
V
74.0
-22.6
10360.160 49.4
H
74.0
-24.6
15538.660 47.1
V
74.0
-26.9
Azimuth
degrees
273
96
30
273
96
30
Height
meters
1.0
1.0
1.9
1.0
1.0
1.9
Comments
Note 1:
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
AVG
AVG
PK
PK
PK
Fundamental
Fundamental
Fundamental
Fundamental
For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit was set to
-27dBm/MHz (~68dBuV/m).
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Horizontal - AVG
Horizontal - PK
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
3-4-08 Tx Laird PCB UNII
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #1b: Tx Radiated Spurious Emissions, 30 - 40000 MHz. 5150 5250 MHz Band
Center Channel @ 5200 MHz,
Full Power settting,Laird PCB Antenna with 5.1dBi, Rate = 54Mbps
Other Spurious Radiated Emissions:
15.209 / 15.247
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m V/H
10401.350 45.0
V
54.0
-9.0
10400.580 45.0
H
55.0
-10.0
15601.070 42.9
H
56.0
-13.1
10400.580 53.6
H
74.0
-20.4
10401.350 53.1
V
74.0
-20.9
15601.070 47.7
H
74.0
-26.3
Note 1:
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
AVG
AVG
PK
PK
PK
Azimuth
degrees
315
335
123
335
315
123
Height
meters
1.0
1.6
1.0
1.6
1.0
1.0
Comments
For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit was set to
-27dBm/MHz (~68dBuV/m).
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #1c: Tx Radiated Spurious Emissions, 30 - 40000 MHz. 5150 5250 MHz Band
High Channel @ 5240 MHz,
Full Power settting,Laird PCB Antenna with 5.1dBi, Rate = 54Mbps
Fundamental Signal Radiated Field Strength
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m V/H
5238.200
96.7
V
5238.200 103.0
V
5238.130
95.4
H
5238.130 101.3
H
-
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
Azimuth
degrees
222
222
325
325
Height
meters
1.7
1.7
1.2
1.2
Comments
Band Edge Signal Radiated Field Strength at 5250 MHz
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
Detector
MHz
Limit
Margin Pk/QP/Avg
dBμV/m V/H
AVG
5248.530
65.0
V
68.3
-3.3
5250.000
77.1
V
88.3
-11.2
PK
5250.000
76.1
H
88.3
-12.2
PK
AVG
5250.000
53.0
H
68.3
-15.3
Azimuth
degrees
222
222
325
325
Height
meters
1.7
1.7
1.2
1.2
Comments
Other Spurious Radiated Emissions:
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m V/H
10481.410 56.1
V
74.0
-17.9
10481.410 46.5
V
68.3
-21.8
10481.490 50.1
H
74.0
-23.9
10481.490 44.2
H
68.3
-24.1
15718.620 42.6
V
68.3
-25.7
15718.620 47.8
V
74.0
-26.2
Azimuth
degrees
132
132
298
298
72
72
Height
meters
1.9
1.9
1.6
1.6
1.0
1.0
Comments
Note 1:
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
AVG
PK
For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit was set to
-27dBm/MHz (~68dBuV/m).
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
3-4-08 Tx Laird PCB UNII
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Vertical - AVG
Horizontal - PK
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
3-4-08 Tx Laird PCB UNII
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Radiated Emissions
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.
Config. Used: 1
Config Change: None
EUT Voltage: Powered from Host System
Date of Test: 3/4/2008 0:00
Test Engineer: Peter Sales
Test Location: SVOATS #1
General Test Configuration
The EUT and all local support equipment were located on the turntable for radiated spurious emissions testing.
For radiated emissions testing the measurement antenna was located 3 meters from the EUT.
Ambient Conditions:
Temperature:
Rel. Humidity:
10 °C
76 %
Summary of Results
Run #1
TX Mode
Channel
Power Setting
Pass/Fail
1a
a
5180
Full
Pass
1b
a
5200
Full
Pass
1c
a
5240
Full
Pass
Margin
46.9dBµV/m (221.3µV/m) @
10358.9MHz (-7.1dB)
46.4dBµV/m (208.9µV/m) @
10400.6MHz (-7.6dB)
48.3dBµV/m (260.0µV/m) @
10478.9MHz (-5.7dB)
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.
Note:
All tests will be performed in data rate of 54Mbps. Average band edge plots are for reference only, final
measurements made with VB=1khz to avoid desensitization at 10Hz which reduced signal level by 6.6dB.
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
3-4-08 Tx Flat Omni UNII
Page 15 of 36
EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #1a: Tx Radiated Spurious Emissions, 30 - 40000 MHz. 5150-5250 MHz Band
Low Channel @ 5180 MHz,
Full Power settting, Flat Omni Antenna with 5dBi, Rate = 54Mbps
Fundamental Signal Radiated Field Strength
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m v/h
5175.530 102.5
V
5175.530 108.2
V
5178.520
89.0
H
5178.520
95.0
H
-
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
Azimuth
degrees
113
113
342
342
Height
meters
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
Comments
Band Edge Signal Radiated Field Strength at 5150 MHz
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
Detector
MHz
Limit
Margin Pk/QP/Avg
dBμV/m v/h
AVG
5147.380
44.5
V
54.0
-9.5
5149.170
61.2
V
74.0
-12.8
PK
AVG
5149.800
37.7
H
54.0
-16.3
5149.580
48.8
H
74.0
-25.2
PK
Azimuth
degrees
113
113
342
342
Height
meters
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
Comments
Other Spurious Radiated Emissions:
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m v/h
10358.870 46.9
V
54.0
-7.1
10360.700 45.3
H
55.0
-9.7
15539.330 42.3
V
56.0
-13.7
10358.870 55.3
V
74.0
-18.7
10360.700 51.0
H
74.0
-23.0
15539.330 47.5
V
74.0
-26.5
Azimuth
degrees
22
63
6
22
63
6
Height
meters
1.0
1.7
1.0
1.0
1.7
1.0
Comments
Note 1:
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
AVG
AVG
PK
PK
PK
For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit was set to 27dBm/MHz (~68dBuV/m).
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
3-4-08 Tx Flat Omni UNII
Page 16 of 36
EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Class: N/A
Vertical - PK
Vertical - AVG
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
3-4-08 Tx Flat Omni UNII
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #1b: Tx Radiated Spurious Emissions, 30 - 40000 MHz. 5150 5250 MHz Band
Center Channel @ 5200 MHz,
Full Power settting, Flat Omni Antenna with 5dBi, Rate = 54Mbps
Other Spurious Radiated Emissions:
15.209 / 15.247
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m v/h
10400.630 46.4
V
54.0
-7.6
10400.060 44.5
H
55.0
-10.5
15600.940 43.2
V
56.0
-12.8
10400.630 55.7
V
74.0
-18.3
10400.060 49.6
H
74.0
-24.4
15600.940 48.5
V
74.0
-25.5
Note 1:
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
AVG
AVG
PK
PK
PK
Azimuth
degrees
286
330
270
286
330
270
Height
meters
1.0
1.7
1.0
1.0
1.7
1.0
Comments
For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit was set to 27dBm/MHz (~68dBuV/m).
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #1c: Tx Radiated Spurious Emissions, 30 - 40000 MHz. 5150 5250 MHz Band
High Channel @ 5240 MHz,
Full Power settting, Flat Omni Antenna with 5dBi, Rate = 54Mbps
Fundamental Signal Radiated Field Strength
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m v/h
5238.500
90.6
V
5238.500
96.9
V
5240.810
88.5
H
5240.810
95.1
H
-
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
Azimuth
degrees
114
114
348
348
Height
meters
2.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
Comments
Band Edge Signal Radiated Field Strength at 5250 MHz
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
Detector
MHz
Limit
Margin Pk/QP/Avg
dBμV/m V/H
5252.690
72.3
V
88.3
-16.0
PK
AVG
5250.030
50.2
V
68.3
-18.1
5250.000
69.9
H
88.3
-18.4
PK
AVG
5250.030
49.3
H
68.3
-19.0
Azimuth
degrees
114
114
348
348
Height
meters
2.0
2.0
1.0
1.0
Comments
Other Spurious Radiated Emissions:
15.209 / 15E
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
Limit
Margin
dBμV/m v/h
10478.910 48.3
V
54.0
-5.7
10481.230 44.4
H
54.0
-9.6
15718.980 42.2
V
54.0
-11.8
10478.910 57.7
V
74.0
-16.3
10481.230 50.7
H
74.0
-23.3
15718.980 46.5
V
74.0
-27.5
Azimuth
degrees
114
360
159
114
360
159
Height
meters
1.6
1.7
1.0
1.6
1.7
1.0
Comments
Note 1:
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
AVG
AVG
PK
PK
PK
For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit was set to 27dBm/MHz (~68dBuV/m).
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
3-4-08 Tx Flat Omni UNII
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Vertical - PK
Vertical - AVG
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
3-4-08 Tx Flat Omni UNII
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
RSS-210 (LELAN) and FCC 15.407(UNII)
Antenna Port Measurements
Power, PSD, Peak Excursion, Bandwidth and Spurious Emissions
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: 2/28/2008
Test Engineer: Rafael Varelas
Test Location: Chamber #5
Config. Used: Config Change: Host Unit Voltage 120V/60Hz
General Test Configuration
When measuring the conducted emissions from the EUT's antenna port, the antenna port of the EUT was connected to the spectrum
analyzer or power meter via a suitable attenuator to prevent overloading the measurement system. All measurements are corrected to
allow for the external attenuators and cables used.
Ambient Conditions:
Temperature:
Rel. Humidity:
18.9 °C
39 %
Summary of Results
Run #
1
1
1
1
2
3
Test Performed
Power, 5150 - 5250MHz
PSD, 5150 - 5250MHz
26dB Bandwidth
99% Bandwidth
Peak Excursion Envelope
Antenna Conducted
Out of Band Spurious
Limit
15.407(a) (1), (2)
15.407(a) (1), (2)
15.407
RSS 210
15.407(a) (6)
Pass / Fail
Pass
Pass
Pass
15.407(b)
Pass
Result / Margin
13.9dBm (25mW)
3.4 dBm/MHz
17.9 MHz
17.3 MHz
7.8dBm
Emissions at the Bandedges are
under the -27dBm/MHz limit
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.
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #1: Bandwidth, Output Power and Power spectral Density
Antenna Gain (dBi):
Frequency
(MHz)
5180
5200
5240
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
Software
Setting
Max
Max
Max
Bandwidth
26dB
17.8
17.9
17.8
99%4
17.3
17.3
17.3
Output Power1 dBm
Measured
Limit
13.2
16.5
13.9
16.5
13.6
16.5
Power
(Watts)
0.021
0.025
0.023
5.1
PSD2 dBm/MHz
Measured FCC Limit RSS Limit3
2.7
4.0
4.9
3.4
4.0
4.9
3.0
4.0
4.9
Result
Pass
Pass
Pass
RBW=1MHz, VB=3 MHz, sample detector, power averaging on (transmitted signal was not continuous but the ESI
analyzer was configured with a gated sweep such that the analyzer was only sweeping when the device was transmitting)
and power integration over 50MHz
Measured using the same analyzer settings used for output power.
For RSS-210 the limit for the 5150 - 5250 MHz band accounts for the antenna gain as the maximum eirp allowed is
10dBm/MHz. The limits are also corrected for instances where the highest measured value of the PSD exceeds the
average PSD (calculated from the measured power divided by the measured 99% bandwidth) by more than 3dB by the
amount that the measured value exceeds the average by more than 3dB.
99% Bandwidth measured in accordance with RSS GEN - RB > 1% of span and VB >=3xRB
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Class: N/A
UNII RF Port 2-29
Page 23 of 36
EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Class: N/A
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Class: N/A
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #2: Peak Excursion Measurement
Device meets the requirement for the peak excursion
Peak Excursion(dB)
Peak Excursion(dB)
Freq
Freq
(MHz)
5180
5200
5240
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
Value
7.8
7.3
7.3
Limit
13.0
13.0
13.0
(MHz)
5260
5300
5320
Value
UNII RF Port 2-29
Limit
13.0
13.0
13.0
Freq
Peak Excursion(dB)
(MHz)
5500
5600
5700
Value
Limit
13.0
13.0
13.0
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Plots Showing Peak Excursion
Trace A: RBW = VBW = 3MHz, Peak hold
Trace B: RBW = 1 MHz, VBW = 3MHz, Integrated average power
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Plots Showing Peak Excursion
Trace A: RBW = VBW = 3MHz, Peak hold
Trace B: RBW = 1 MHz, VBW = 3MHz, Integrated average power
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Plots Showing Peak Excursion
Trace A: RBW = VBW = 3MHz, Peak hold
Trace B: RBW = 1 MHz, VBW = 3MHz, Integrated average power
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run #3: Out Of Band Spurious Emissions - Antenna Conducted
Maximum Antenna Gain:
Spurious Limit:
Limit Used On Plots Note 1:
Note 1:
Note 2:
Note 3:
Note 4:
Note 5:
5.1 dBi
-27 dBm/MHz eirp
-32.1 dBm/MHz
The -27dBm/MHz limit is an eirp limit. The limit for antenna port conducted measurements is adjusted to take into
consideration the maximum antenna gain (limit = -27dBm - antenna gain). Radiated field strength measurements for signals
more than 50MHz from the bands and that are close to the limit are made to determine compliance as the antenna gain is
not known at these frequencies.
All spurious signals below 1GHz are measured during digital device radiated emissions test.
Signals within 10MHz of the 5.725 or 5.825 Band edge are subject to a limit of -17dBm EIRP
If the device is for outdoor use then the -27dBm eirp limit also applies in the 5150 - 5250 MHz band.
Signals that fall in the restricted bands of 15.205 are subject to the limit of 15.209.
Plots Showing Out-Of-Band Emissions (RBW=VBW=100kHz)
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Plots Showing Out-Of-Band Emissions (RBW=VBW=1MHz)
Plots Showing Out-Of-Band Emissions (RBW=VBW=1MHz)
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model: SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Plots Showing Out-Of-Band Emissions (RBW=VBW=1MHz)
Plots Showing Out-Of-Band Emissions (RBW=VBW=100kHz)
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
UNII RF Port 2-29
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
RSS 210 and FCC 15.247 Radiated Spurious Emissions
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: 11/27/2007 & 12/19/07
Test Engineer: Suhaila Khushzad
Test Location: SVOATS #2
Config. Used: 1
Config Change: None
EUT Voltage: Powered from Host System
General Test Configuration
The EUT and all local support equipment were located on the turntable for radiated spurious emissions testing. All remote
support equipment was located approximately 30 meters from the EUT with all I/O connections running on top of the
groundplane or routed in overhead in the GR-1089 test configuration.
For radiated emissions testing the measurement antenna was located 3 meters from the EUT.
Ambient Conditions:
Temperature:
Rel. Humidity:
11.7 °C
63 %
Summary of Results
Run #
3 (802.11a - 5200
MHz)
Test Performed
RE, 30 - 16000 MHz
Spurious Emissions
Limit
Pass / Fail
RSS-GEN
Pass
Result / Margin
46.4dBµV/m (208.9µV/m) @
17735.4MHz (-7.6dB)
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.
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
RX Omni
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run # 3: Rx Mode Radiated Spurious Emissions, 30 - 40000 MHz. Operating Mode: 802.11a
Round Omni Antenna with 1.9dBi Gain, Data Rate 54 Mbps
Center Channel @ 5200 MHz
Other Spurious Emissions
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
dBμV/m v/h
17735.38
46.4
H
17733.83
46.4
V
17733.83
59.0
V
17735.38
58.8
H
10387.08
37.8
H
15598.72
37.8
H
10376.00
37.6
V
15591.33
36.9
V
10387.08
49.5
H
15598.72
49.2
H
10376.00
48.5
V
15591.33
48.4
V
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15.209 / 15.247
Limit
Margin
54.0
-7.6
54.0
-7.6
74.0
-15.0
74.0
-15.2
54.0
-16.2
54.0
-16.2
54.0
-16.4
54.0
-17.1
74.0
-24.5
74.0
-24.8
74.0
-25.5
74.0
-25.6
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
AVG
PK
PK
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
PK
PK
PK
PK
Azimuth
degrees
0
341
341
0
162
265
341
200
162
265
341
200
RX Omni
Height
meters
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
Comments
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
RSS 210 and FCC 15.247 Radiated Spurious Emissions
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: 12/19/2007
Test Engineer: Suhaila Khushzad
Test Location: SVOATS # 2
Config. Used: 1
Config Change: None
EUT Voltage: Powered form Host System
General Test Configuration
The EUT and all local support equipment were located on the turntable for radiated spurious emissions testing. All remote
support equipment was located approximately 30 meters from the EUT with all I/O connections running on top of the
groundplane or routed in overhead in the GR-1089 test configuration.
For radiated emissions testing the measurement antenna was located 3 meters from the EUT.
Ambient Conditions:
Temperature:
Rel. Humidity:
14.4 °C
53 %
Summary of Results
Run #
3 (802.11a - 5200
MHz)
Test Performed
RE, 30 - 40000 MHz Spurious Emissions
Limit
RSS-GEN
Result / Margin
Pass / Fail
45.7dBµV/m @
To be
Review 17815.0MHz (-8.3dB)
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.
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
RX PCB
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Run # 3: Rx Mode Radiated Spurious Emissions, 30 - 40000 MHz. Operating Mode: 802.11a
Larson PCB Antenna with 3.8 dBi Gain, Data Rate 54 Mbps
Center Channel @ 5200 MHz
Other Spurious Emissions
Frequency Level
Pol
MHz
dBμV/m v/h
17815.00
45.7
V
17572.50
45.6
H
10369.33
38.8
H
10382.17
37.8
V
17815.00
57.8
V
15592.83
36.9
H
17572.50
56.8
H
15602.83
36.7
V
10369.33
50.0
H
10382.17
49.9
V
15602.83
48.7
V
15592.83
48.6
H
RSS-GEN
Limit
Margin
54.0
-8.3
54.0
-8.4
54.0
-15.2
54.0
-16.2
74.0
-16.2
54.0
-17.1
74.0
-17.2
54.0
-17.3
74.0
-24.0
74.0
-24.1
74.0
-25.3
74.0
-25.4
Detector
Pk/QP/Avg
AVG
AVG
AVG
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
AVG
PK
PK
PK
PK
Azimuth
degrees
271
0
188
126
271
0
0
331
188
126
331
0
Height
meters
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
Comments
Note 1:
T69413_FCC_UNII.xls
RX PCB
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Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 3: Photographs of Test Configurations
4 Pages
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 3 of 10
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Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 4: Proposed FCC ID Label & Label Location
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 4 of 10
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Test Report
Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 5: Detailed Photographs
of Summit Data Communications Model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash
Module with Antenna Connectors Construction
4 Pages
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 5 of 10
Elliott Laboratories, Inc. -- EMC Department
Test Report
Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 6: Operator's Manual
for Summit Data Communications Model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash
Module with Antenna Connectors
9 Pages
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 6 of 10
Summit Manufacturing Utility (SMU) Guide
03/20/08
Summit Data Communications, Inc.
Summit Manufacturing Utility (SMU) Guide
Software Version 2.01 for Windows CE and Windows Mobile
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Table of Contents
1.0
SUMMIT PRODUCTS AND SUMMIT SOFTWARE ...............................................................................1
1.1
SUMMIT SOFTWARE ......................................................................................................................................1
1.2
INSTALLING SUMMIT SOFTWARE ..................................................................................................................2
1.3
INSTALLING THE RADIO ................................................................................................................................2
1.4
LOADING SMU .............................................................................................................................................3
1.5
REMOVING SMU FROM THE DEVICE.............................................................................................................3
2.0
THE SUMMIT MANUFACTURING UTILITY.........................................................................................4
2.1
USING SMU..................................................................................................................................................4
2.2
SMU-CONFIGURABLE SETTINGS ..................................................................................................................4
2.2.1 Unit Setting: Administrative Override .....................................................................................................4
2.2.2 Unit Setting: Import/Export .....................................................................................................................4
2.2.3 Regulatory Domain..................................................................................................................................5
2.2.4 Bluetooth Coexistence..............................................................................................................................6
2.2.5 BG Max Antenna Adjust and A Max Antenna Adjust...............................................................................6
APPENDIX: FCC INFORMATION .........................................................................................................................8
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1.0 Summit Products and Summit Software
Thank you for choosing one of the following radio modules or cards from Summit Data Communications,
Inc.:
• SDC-CF10G 802.11g compact flash radio module with antenna connectors
• SDC-PC10G 802.11g PCMCIA radio module with antenna connectors
• SDC-MCF10G 802.11g miniature compact flash radio module with antenna connectors
• SDC-CF20G 802.11g compact flash radio card with integrated antennas
• SDC-PC20G 802.11g PCMCIA radio card with integrated antennas
• SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g compact flash radio module with antenna connectors
• SDC-PC10AG 802.11a/g PCMCIA radio module with antenna connectors
For an overview of Summit products, go to http://www.summitdatacom.com/products.htm.
Each Summit G radio enables a computing device to communicate to a computing network using the
IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11b protocols. The hardware components and software for all Summit G
radios are the same. A 20G version is a 10G version with integrated antennas. A PCMCIA version is a
CF version in a specially designed CF-to-PCMCIA carrier. The miniature CF version is essentially the CF
version with a different layout and a different (Molex) connector.
Each Summit AG radio enables a computing device to communicate to a computing network using the
IEEE 802.11a, 802.11g, and IEEE 802.11b protocols. The hardware components and software for all
Summit AG radios are the same.
1.1 Summit Software
The software that Summit provides for its radios consists of the following components:
• A device driver for the operating system running on the computing device that houses the radio
• An integrated IEEE 802.1X supplicant
• SCU as well as other utilities that use a software developer’s kit (SDK) to interact with the driver
• A service that displays in the Windows System Tray an icon that provides a visual status for the
Summit radio and enables the user to launch SCU by tapping the icon
Summit supports its software on the following operating systems:
• Windows CE 4.2, Windows Mobile 2003 or Pocket PC 2003
• Windows CE 5.0, Windows Mobile 5.0, Windows Mobile 6.0
• Windows XP Professional and Windows XP Embedded
SCU is designed for end users and administrators of mobile devices that use a Summit radio module.
SCU provides a GUI for access to all of its functions. Access to these functions also is available through
an API that is provided to every Summit customer. A Summit customer can use the API to manage the
radio from another utility, such as one that the customer provides with its mobile devices.
Using SCU, an administrator can configure radio and security settings in a configuration profile, or
config. For a list of config settings, see the Summit User’s Guide. An administrator also can use SCU to
define a set of global settings, which apply to all configs and to SCU. For a list of global settings that can
be configured using SCU, see the Summit User’s Guide.
The Summit Manufacturing Utility (SMU) allows for the configuration of certain radio settings that
cannot be configured through SCU. Summit offers SMU only to its direct customers:
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Device manufacturers that embed Summit radios in their devices or offer Summit radios as device
options
Value-added distributors that must configure Summit radios for resellers and end-customers
This guide is for SMU V2.01 running on Windows CE or Windows Mobile.
To use SMU in a computing device, you first must perform the following steps:
• Install Summit software on a mobile computing device that runs a supported operating system
• Install the Summit radio on the device
• Load SMU on the device
It is recommended that you complete the steps in the order shown above. If you insert the radio in your
device before you install the software, then the operating system will flag the radio as unknown and
display the “Found New Hardware Wizard” screen, and you must select “Cancel” to cancel the Hardware
Wizard.
Once you have finished using SMU, you must remove SMU from the device. SMU is for the exclusive
use of those Summit customers to which Summit makes SMU available. Those customers are not
permitted to redistribute SMU to anyone.
1.2 Installing Summit Software
Summit software is in a .cab file, which is the software equivalent of a “file cabinet”. A Summit .cab file
contains all software components, including the device driver and the Summit Client Utility (SCU). To
install the Summit software, perform these tasks:
• Download the appropriate .cab file for the operating system and processor of your device. You can
obtain your device’s operating system and processor from the system information under Windows
Control Panel (Tap Start, then Settings, and then System or Control Panel)
- Pocket PC or Mobile: Select a .cab file with a name that begins with “mobile”.
- CE .NET: Do a search on your device’s processor to determine if it is an ARM v4i processor or
an ARM v4 processor. If it is an ARM v4i processor, select a .cab file with a name that begins
with “sdc_armv4i”. If it is an ARM v4 processor, select a .cab file with a name that begins with
“sdc_armv4”.
• Copy the file to your device using a supported file transfer mechanism. Common methods of moving
the file include:
- Place the file on a supported Compact Flash or SD memory card and use that card for copying the
file to the device.
- Use a program such as FTP or Microsoft ActiveSync.
• On the device, use the resident File Explorer program to locate the .cab file.
• Run the .cab file by single-clicking the file or by right-clicking and selecting “run”.
• If asked to replace any existing files on the device, answer “Yes to all”.
1.3 Installing the Radio
Once you have installed the Summit software, you must install the Summit radio card or module. To
install a 20G Series radio card, you simply insert the card in an external card slot. To install a 10G Series
or 10AG Series radio module, you must complete two types of connections:
• Module to device: Mate a connector on the end of the module to a connector on the device
• Antenna(s) to module: Use an antenna cable that mates with the antenna on one end and with the
radio module’s U.FL connector on the other end
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The standard approach is to install the module in the device first and then connect the antenna(s). If the
antenna connectors on the radio are not visible when the radio is installed, however, then you will need to
connect the antenna(s) before installing the radio.
To install the radio, insert the card into the device until the CF, PCMCIA, or Molex connector mates with
a connector on the device.
To connect the antennas, take each antenna and its cable, which is fitted
with a Hirose U.FL connector, and attach the antenna cable to the radio
module by mating the U.FL connector on the antenna cable with a U.FL
connector on the radio module. Connect the primary (or only) antenna
to the main connector, which is located nearer to the right edge of the
card. If there is a second antenna, connect it to the auxiliary antenna
connector, which is located nearer to the left edge of the card.
Locations of antenna connectors for the CF10G are shown at the right.
To comply with FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, the antenna used with a Summit radio
module must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not
be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
The user’s manual for the device that embeds or otherwise uses a Summit radio should not provide
information on how to install a radio module within a device or remove an installed radio module from a
device.
1.4 Loading SMU
For Windows CE or Mobile, identify the appropriate smu.exe file for the operating system and processor
of your device. Download the file, and copy it to your mobile device using a supported file transfer
mechanism.
For Windows XP, download the smu.exe file for XP and copy it to your mobile device.
1.5 Removing SMU from the Device
SMU is designed exclusively for Summit direct customers and not for device end-users or administrators.
Once you have used SMU to configure radio settings on a device that will be used by someone in another
organization, you must remove SMU from the device. To do so, simply erase the file smu.exe.
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2.0 The Summit Manufacturing Utility
2.1 Using SMU
To run SMU, use File Explorer or Windows Explorer to locate
the smu.exe file, and tap the file to execute it. SMU will
display a graphical user interface (GUI) like the one shown at
the right. The values displayed on the SMU window may not
reflect what is programmed on the radio or on the device.
Use the selection boxes, radio buttons, and input fields to
select the desired card and unit settings, and then tap the
Commit Changes button. Once you tap Commit, SMU uses
the Summit application programming interface (in the Summit
software developer’s kit, or SDK) and programmatically does
the following:
• Gathers the specified settings
• Calls SetGlobalSettings
• Calls updateSROM
It takes about 30 seconds from when you tap the button to
when the settings are stored.
2.2 SMU-Configurable Settings
There are two types of global settings that can be configured only through SMU:
• Unit Settings: Stored in the registry of the unit on which SMU is run.
• Card Settings: Stored in the SROM on the radio module, or card. If you move the card from one
device to another, the card will retain these settings, provided that the device is running a version of
the driver as current as the version with which SMU was used.
2.2.1 Unit Setting: Administrative Override
When the administrative override setting is On, then the Admin Login button is removed from the SCU
Main window, and SCU considers the user in Admin mode.
2.2.2 Unit Setting: Import/Export
When the import/export setting is On, then a user logged into SCU as an administrator will see an
Import/Export button on the SCU Main window, as shown on the next page. By tapping that button, the
user will view a dialog box on which he or she can:
• Export global settings, all standard SCU profiles, and the special ThirdPartyConfig profile from the
SCU area of a device’s registry to a file that can be transferred to another device
• Import global settings, all standard SCU profiles, and the special ThirdPartyConfig profile from a file
(created using the Export facility) to the SCU area of a device’s registry so that SCU can use it
- If “Add to existing” is selected, then the imported information will be merged with information
that was in the registry previously
- If “Replace” is selected, then the imported information will overwrite the information that was in
the registry previously
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SCU Main window with Import/Export button
Import/Export dialog box
2.2.3 Regulatory Domain
A Summit radio’s regulatory domain determines the radio’s maximum transmit power and the frequency
channels available to the radio. Summit radios are certified for operation in three regulatory domains:
• FCC, which is governed by the Federal Communications Commission, the regulatory agency and
standards body for the Americas and parts of Asia
• ETSI, which is governed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, the standards
body applicable to most of Europe, Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia
• TELEC, which is governed by the Telecom Engineering Center, the standards body for Japan
A Summit radio can be programmed for any one of these three domains. Alternatively, a Summit radio
can be programmed for a Worldwide domain, which enables the radio to be used in any domain.
“Worldwide” value is the default value for the setting.
An 802.11g radio, which supports both 802.11b and 802.11g, operates in the 2.4 GHz frequency
spectrum, where up to 14 channels, numbered 1 to 14, are defined. Adjacent channels overlap. In fact,
there must be five channels of separation to avoid overlap and co-channel interference. As an example,
channels 1, 6, and 11 are non-overlapping.
An 802.11a/g radio operates in both the 2.4 GHz spectrum for 802.11b and 802.11g and the 5 GHz
spectrum for 802.11a. The 5 GHz frequency spectrum is grouped into sets of channels, or bands:
• UNII-1: 36, 40, 44, 48
• UNII-2: 52, 56, 60, 64
• Intermediate: 100, 104, 108, 112, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132, 136, 140
• UNII-3: 149, 153, 157, 161
None of the channels in the 5 GHz bands overlap. Dynamic Frequency Selection, or DFS, is required for
the UNII-2 and Intermediate bands. With V2.01 of Summit software, a Summit AG radio programmed
for the FCC regulatory domain does not support DFS or the bands that require DFS.
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The table below shows the channels and the nominal maximum transmit power values that are supported
in each regulatory domain with V2.01:
Domain
FCC
ETSI
TELEC
WorldWide: no 802.11d
WorldWide: 802.11d
2.4 GHz
5 GHz (AG radio only)
Channels Tx (.11b) Channels
1-11
18 dBm UNII-1 and UNII-3
1-13
18 dBm UNII-1, UNII-2, and Intermediate
1-14
17 dBm UNII-1 and UNII-2, plus
additional channels: 34, 38, 42, 46
1-11
17 dBm UNII-1
All
18 dBm All
Tx
14 dBm
14 dBm
14 dBm
14 dBm
14 dBm
V2.01 of Summit software supports a performance-optimized version of IEEE 802.11d, the ratified
standard for the operation of a wireless LAN client radio in multiple regulatory domains. This 802.11d
support ensures that a Summit radio that is programmed for the WorldWide regulatory domain can adjust
its 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channel sets and maximum transmit power settings to match those for the country
specified in the Country information element transmitted in an access point’s (AP’s) association response.
To take advantage of 802.11d support in Summit software and ensure optimal performance, an
organization that uses devices with Summit radios must make sure that every AP on the wireless LAN
supports 802.11d, specifies the correct Country information element, and broadcasts its SSIDs. The
device manufacturer or other organization that uses the Summit Manufacturing Utility to program
Summit radios must ensure that every Summit radio is programmed for a regulatory domain of
WorldWide. A radio that is programmed for a regulatory domain of FCC, ETSI, or TELEC will ignore
the Country information elements from APs.
A Summit radio uses 802.11d only when it tries to associate on an SSID for the first time. During the
initial association process, if the AP provides a Country information element, then the radio configures its
channel set and maximum transmit power for that country. The radio assumes that all APs with the same
SSID have the same 802.11d country code; as a result, the radio effectively ignores the country code
when roaming from one AP to another. The radio will continue to use the channel set and maximum
transmit power for a country until the radio disconnects from the WLAN (with that SSID).
2.2.4 Bluetooth Coexistence
When Bluetooth coexistence is on, pins 39 and 45 of the radio are used for two-wire Bluetooth
coexistence handshaking. When Bluetooth coexistence is off, the handshaking lines are not used. The
default value is “Off”.
2.2.5 BG Max Antenna Adjust and A Max Antenna Adjust
The last two card settings provides for an adjustment to the radio’s transmit power to accommodate a 2.4
GHz (802.11b/g) antenna, a 5 GHz (802.11a) antenna, or a dual-band antenna with a gain greater than 0
dBm. The values for each of these settings, “BG Max antenna adjust” and “A Max antenna adjust”, is the
degree of antenna attenuation expressed as a percentage of dBm, not milliwatts (mW), with the
percentage based on a TELEC 50 mW test. On the next page is a table of popular dBm values and their
corresponding mW values.
Here is an example: In ETSI, to ensure that the maximum 802.11b transmit power is 50 mW, use 94%:
94% x 18 dBm = 16.92 dBm = 50 mW
The default value is “100%”.
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Summit Manufacturing Utility (SMU) Guide
dBm
20
19
18
17
16
mW
100
79.4
63.1
50.1
39.8
dBm
15
14
13
12
11
03/20/08
mW
31.6
25.1
20
15.8
12.6
dBm
10
8
6
3
0
mW
10
6.3
4
2
1
Beginning with V1.03.23 of Summit software, the transmit power (Tx Power) value on the SCU Status
window accounts for the transmit power adjustment set in SMU. As a result, the displayed value is the
true transmit power of the Summit radio. In previous releases, the Status window displayed the transmit
power without the adjustment, because SCU assumed that the antenna provided a gain that compensated
for the adjustment. With previous releases, therefore, the displayed value was an estimate of EIRP and
not a true radio transmit power value.
Summit Data Communications, Inc.
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Summit Manufacturing Utility (SMU) Guide
03/20/08
Appendix: FCC Information
Note: All declarations and instructions for the SDC-CF10G apply to other Summit 802.11g radio
modules and cards.
Summit declares that SDC-CF10G (FCC ID: TWG-SDCCF10G) is limited in CH1~CH11 for 2.4
GHz by specified firmware controlled in U.S.A.
This device is intended for host device manufacturers and integrators only under the following
conditions:
1) The antenna must be installed such that 20 cm is maintained between the antenna and users, and
2) The transmitter module may not be co-located with any other transmitter or antenna.
As long as the two conditions above are met, further transmitter test will not be required. However, the
OEM integrator is still responsible for testing its end-product for any additional compliance requirements
required with this module installed (for example, digital device emissions, PC peripheral requirements,
etc.).
IMPORTANT NOTE: In the event that the two conditions above cannot be met (for example certain
device configurations or co-location with another transmitter), then the FCC authorization is no longer
considered valid and the FCC ID cannot be used on the final product. In these circumstances, the OEM
integrator will be responsible for re-evaluating the end product (including the transmitter) and obtaining a
separate FCC authorization.
• End Product Labeling
This transmitter module is authorized only for use in device where the antenna may be installed such that
20 cm may be maintained between the antenna and users, for example, mobile data terminals (MDTs) and
vehicle-mounted devices (VMDs). The final end product must be labeled in a visible area with the
following: “Contains TX FCC ID: TWG-SDCCF10G”.
• Manual Information That Must be Included
The OEM integrator must not provide information to the end user regarding how to install or remove this
RF module in the users manual of the end product which integrate this module.
The users manual for OEM integrators must include the following information in a prominent location:
“IMPORTANT NOTE: To comply with FCC RF exposure compliance requirements, the antenna used for
this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and
must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.”
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the 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 of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
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Summit Manufacturing Utility (SMU) Guide
03/20/08
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator &
your body.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Industry Canada
To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to be operated indoors and
away from windows to provide maximum shielding. Equipment (or its transmit antenna) that is installed
outdoors is subject to licensing.
This device has been designed to operate with the antennas listed below, and having a maximum gain of
5.1 dB. Antennas not included in this list or having a gain greater than 5.1 dB are strictly prohibited for
use with this device. The required antenna impedance is 50 ohms.
Manufacturer: Laird Centurion
Model Name: NanoBlade
Antenna Type: PCB Omnidirectional
Gain at 2.40 GHz : 3.8 dBi
Gain at 5.25 GHz: 5.1 dBi
Gain at 5.80 GHz: 4.5 dBi
Manufacturer: Volex
Part Number: VLX-51004-A
Antenna Type: Dipole
Gain at 2.40 GHz : 2.3 dBi
Gain at 5 GHz: 1.9 dBi
Manufacturer: Larson
Part Number: R380.500.314
Antenna Type: Dipole
Gain at 2.40 GHz : 1.6 dBi
Gain at 5 GHz: 5 dBi
Summit Data Communications, Inc.
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Elliott Laboratories, Inc. -- EMC Department
Test Report
Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 7: Block Diagram
of Summit Data Communications Model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash
Module with Antenna Connectors
1 Page
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 7 of 10
Elliott Laboratories, Inc. -- EMC Department
Test Report
Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 8: Schematic Diagrams
for Summit Data Communications Model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash
Module with Antenna Connectors
6 Pages
File: R70600 Rev 1
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cad25_a1
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cad23_a3
cad22_a4
cad21_a5
cad20_a6
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cad18_a7
cad15
cad14_a9
cad13
cad11_oel
cad10_ce2l
cad9_a10
cad8_d15
cad7_d7
cad6_d13
cad5_d6
cad4_d12
cad3_d5
cad2_d11
cad1_d4
cad0_d3
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M12
L12
L14
K13
K12
K14
J13
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H10
G10
F10
F12
F14
F11
E12
E13
E14
D13
C13
C12
D12
C14
D11
B14
A14
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
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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
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
R177
cad9_a10
0
PCI_CBE_L_3
PCI_CBE_L_2
PCI_CBE_L_1
PCI_CBE_L_0
PCI_FRAME_L
PCI_IRDY_L
PCI_TRDY_L
PCI_DEVSEL_L
PCI_STOP_L
PCI_PERR_L
PCI_SERR_L
PCI_PAR
PCI_INT_L
PCI_RST_L
PCI_CLK
PCI_PME_L
PCI_IDSEL
PCI_REQ_L
PCI_GNT_L
CSTSCHG
PCI_CLKRUN_L
M14
H11
G11
D14
J12
J14
H12
H14
G13
G12
G14
F13
C11
K10
H13
P11
L13
N12
M11
ccbe3l_regl
ccbe1l_a8
ccbe0l_ce1l
cframel_d2
vcc3_3
R71
d2
0
cstopl_d14
cserrl_waitl
R67
d14
0
cclkrunl_wp
cintl_ireql
crstl_reset
creql_inpackl
cgntl_wel
D10
cstschg
N11
cclkrunl_wp
R178
10K
R179
0
vcc3_3
R69
vcc3_3
coex1_bt_active
BCM4318E
R113
10K
4.7K
vcc3_3
R111 0
crstl_reset
C169
220pF
coex2_wlan_active
R112 0
1
cad0_d3
2
cad1_d4
3
cad3_d5
4
cad5_d6
5
cad7_d7
6
ccbe0l_ce1l 7
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cad11_oel
9
cad14_a9 10
ccbe1l_a8 11
cad18_a7 12
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cad20_a6 14
cad21_a5 15
cad22_a4 16
cad23_a3 17
cad24_a2 18
cad25_a1 19
cad26_a0 20
cad27_d0 21
cad29_d1 22
d2
23
24
25
26
cad2_d11 27
cad4_d12 28
cad6_d13 29
d14
30
cad8_d15 31
cad10_ce2l 32
33
34
cad13
35
cad15
cgntl_wel 36
cintl_ireql 37
38
39
R114 NP 40
41
cserrl_waitl 42
creql_inpackl43
ccbe3l_regl 44
45
46
cstschg
cad28_d8 47
cad30_d9 48
cad31_d10 49
50
CONPCMCIA
gnd
cad0_d3
cad1_d4
cad2_d5
cad3_d6
cad5_d7
ccbe0l_ce1l
cad9_a10
cad11_oel
cad14_a9
ccbe1l_a8
cad18_a7
vcc
cad20_a6
cad21_a5
cad22_a4
cad23_a3
cad24_a2
cad25_a1
cad26_a0
cad27_d0
cad29_d1
rfu_d2
cclkrunl_wp
cad21_cd21
ccd1l_cd1l
ccd2_d11
ccd4_d12
ccd6_d13
rfu_d14
cad8_d15
cad10_ce21
cvs1_vs1l
cad13_iordl
cad15_iowrl
cgntl_wel
cgntl_ireql
vcc
cad19_a25
cvs2_vs2l
crstl_reset
cserrl_waitl
creql_inpackl
ccbe3l_regl
caudio_spkrl
cstschg_stschgl
cad28_d8
cad30_d9
cad31_d10
gnd
cserrl_waitl
R80
vcc3_3
4.7K
ccbe0l_ce1l
C
R75
20K
cad10_ce2l
R74
20K
ccbe3l_regl
R70
20K
cad11_oel
R184
10K
cad13
R180
10K
cad15
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cgntl_wel
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J6
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UFL
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C168 rfg_aux 3
6.8pF
RF1
VC1
GND
RFC
RF2
VC2
4
33pF
R3
ant_sw_seln
4
100
5
ant_sw_selp
6
100
HWS408
U2
5
R7
6
GND
GND
OUT
IN
GND
GND
tr_sw_tx_pu
3
33pF U10
4
VC1
R6
100
2
5
R20
tr_sw_rx_pu
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2
vccgpa
L15 08 05
MPZ2012S221A
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L16
6.8nH
U6
1
2
3
4
vccgpa
C91
C92
1uF
10pF
0603
GND
VCC1
NC
VCC2
10pF
gphy_tx_pu
C1
RFIN
VEN
VB
VCC0
12
11
10
9
17
GND
RFOUT
GND
GND
GND
VREG
NC
VDET
VDET
L18
1.5nH
RF2
2
vdda3 C56 560pF N4
3
g_rx_in
R29 4.7k_NP A8
R28
C95
SE2528L
C11
C112
1.8pF
1.8pF
1.6pF
vccgpa
U1
6
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Cnpn
Bpnp
Epnp
P6
P5
A2
ANT_SELN
ANT_SELP
TR_SW_RX_PU
TR_SW_TX_PU
TX_PU
RX_PU
TEST_SE
EXT_POR_L
RXP_Q
RXN_Q
RXP_I
RXN_I
XTEMPRSSI
XTSSI2
XTAL_PU
GPHY_EXT_LNA_GAIN
TXP_Q
TXN_Q
TXP_I
TXN_I
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J1
K1
4318_rx_inp
4318_rx_inn
D5
B7
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C6
A9
A4
ant_sw_seln
ant_sw_selp
tr_sw_rx_pu
tr_sw_tx_pu
gphy_tx_pu
gphy_rx_pu
B2
D4
P10
B8
R42
vtsense_flt
gphy_tssi
100K
gphy_ext_lna_gain
vcc3_3
XTALIN
XTALOUT
FREF_2
C
R8
R9
100
2.7k
clk_4306_11a
C146
C158
39pF
12pF_NP
R55
3.3K
C59
27pF
11g_xtalin
3
2.43k_NP
C29 6.8pF
R18
C28 18pF
C33 18pF
R13
10
6.8pF
C8
C114
5.6pF
1
D1
2
C18
SMP1340-079
L3
22nH
L2
22nH_NP
D3
C24 6.8pF
R11
5.6pF
C19
1pF
C50
C27 5.6pF
L4
3.6nH
200
1
2
Y1
20MHZ 10PPM
4
2
R16
10
R15
1K
C22 5.6pF
R12
R22
10M
2.2K
22nH
A
11g_xtalin
11g_xtalout
clk_4306_11a
R17
63.4
10pF_NP
L17
1pF
C1
C2
D2
D1
RF_DISABLE_L
g_tx_out
UMD3N
vccgpa
C10
aphy_tx_qp
aphy_tx_qn
aphy_tx_ip
aphy_tx_in
LNAINP
LNAINN
CP_FB
C37
10pF
1
2 gphy_rx_pu
3
Enpn
Bnpn
Cpnp
C25
B
g_rx_in
H4
G4
F3
F4
clk_2060
C117
gphy_tssi
R24
aphy_rx_qp
aphy_rx_qn
aphy_rx_ip
aphy_rx_in
CMOUT
N1
g_pa_out
1.8nH
C120
1pF
A7
C5
PA_OUT
BCM4318E
L19
3.3pF
4.7k
BGREF
1pF_NP
5
6
7
8
0.5pF
VC2
F5
C94
1000pF
C30 15pF
C
L34
GND
1
C77
10pF
C93 1500pF
C118 22pF
0603
L20
RFC
P1
2.87K
adc_vcm_2060
33pF
C113
4.7uF
g_tx_out
RF1
R19
HWS408
C6
33pF
vcc3_3
6
100
LTL1608
C3
2
UFL
C2 rfg_main 1
6.8pF
2
U9
27pF
1
D
C115
R23
B
11g_xtalout
221
L5
3.6nH
U3
B E
E C
L11
4
3
C21 5.6pF
1
6
SGA8343
2
SMS3922
1.5nH
U4
SE
DIFF1
NC
DIFF2
GND
CS
4
4318_rx_inp
L1
3nH
3
L10
5
1.5nH
4318_rx_inn
HHM-1520
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L33
R101
C186
C187
C188
C72
C190
C191
C193
C195
C196
2.2pF
2.2pF
2.2pF
2.2pF
2.2pF
0.01uF
2.2pF
2.2pF
2.2pF
100pF_NP 2.2pF
0
C198
C32
C199
C200
C206
C205
100pF
2.2pF
10uF
10uF
2.2pF
100pF
0805
vddxtal
vdd2060vco
vcc3ar
L25
0805
2060 dvdd pin decoupling
BLM15AG121SN
C58
C63
C40
1uF_NP
0.1uF
100pF_NP 2.2pF
C35
C42
C67
100pF
2.2pF_NP
C
4
17
38
40
45
9
12
35
32
13
24
14
10
34
3
vcc_radio
vcc3_3
D
vdd2060vco
R81
C197
vcc3ar
vdd2060pad
C
vddxtal
2.7
BLM15AG121SN
C184
6
5
DC
GND
4
cal_r
adc_vcm
L14
3.3nH
5
7
6
C9
0.75pF
clk_2060
3
0
Y2
R85
100k
2
48
37
36
4
txip
txin
txqp
txqn
sri_di
sri_c
sri_e
sri_do
txp_2060
txn_2060
43
42
clk_out
xtal_in
xtal_in2
outp
outn
sluggnd
1
18pF,20MHz
C65
27pF
cp_fb
vco_in
biasvco
pwr_det
R84
C66
27pF
B
inp
inn
rssi_nb
rssi_wb
rxoutqp
rxoutqn
rxoutip
rxoutin
airline
vtemp
5
8
41
44
49
BCM2060WW
C209 150pF
22 cal_r_2060
27 adc_vcm_2060
33 cp_fb_2060
31 vco_in_2060
30 bias_vco_2060
39
18
19
21
20
47
46
2
1
16
15
28
29
25
26
11
23
aphy_tx_ip
aphy_tx_in
aphy_tx_qp
aphy_tx_qn
aphy_sri_di
aphy_sri_c
aphy_sri_e
aphy_sri_do
R83
6.8K
C210 10pF
C207 1uF
06 03
vdd2060vco
U7E
C154
2.7pF_NP
DIFF1
0.01uF
C153
2.7pF_NP
NC
0.75pF
C152
2.7pF_NP
2
DIFF2
C208
R26
3k
C151
2.7pF_NP
6
SE
C55
3
gnd1_lna
gnd2_lna
gnd1_pa
gnd2_pa
1
U12
vdd1_lna
vdd_logen
vdd_pad
vdd1_pa
vdd2_pa
vdd2_lna
lna_dvdd18
vddxtal
vddvco
lna_dvdd33
vddbb2
vddbb1
vdd_rxmix
vddpll
dvdd18
a_rx_in
U13
5.5GHz Balun
rssinb_2060
rssiwb_2060
aphy_pa_pddet
F2
F1
D3
E1
E2
C7
D7
D8
rssinb_2060
rssiwb_2060
aphy_rx_qp
aphy_rx_qn
aphy_rx_ip
aphy_rx_in
C203
C96
100pF_NP 100pF_NP
vtsense
vtsense_flt
R27 0
C204
aphy_sri_do
aphy_sri_c
aphy_sri_e
aphy_sri_di
C9
A11
C8
B9
D6
aphy_pa_pd
aphy_synth_pu A10
INRSSI
IWRSSI
XNRSSI
XWRSSI
XTSSI5
B
APHY_PA_CNTRL_0
APHY_EXT_LNA_GAIN
APHY_EXT_LNA_PU
APHY_SRI_DO
APHY_SRI_C
APHY_SRI_E
APHY_SRI_DI
APHY_PA_PD
APHY_SYNTH_PU
BCM4318E
R82
1.2k_NP
1000pF
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1
C224 12pF
1
C225 12pF
2
3
rfa_aux
4
ant1
5
rfa_main
6
UFL
L30
22nH_NP
1
2
gnd
ant2
rx
C218 1.6pF ant_sw_seln
12
tx
gnd
7
8
13
2
L29
1.5nH_NP
D
U20
UFL
J1
6
5
ant_sw_selp 1C217 1.6pF2
9
3
J2
C109 1.6pF tr_sw_tx_pu
L28
0.5pF_NP
gnd
D
4
3
L27
1.5nH _NP
3
gnd
gnd
1
11
L22
10
a_rx_in
5.6pF
XF2458SA
tr_sw_rx_pu 1C108 1.6pF2
vccpa
1
vcc2_9
Q1
1
2
R86
G
D
C110
C14
C212
3
5.6pF
10uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
4.7K
vccpa
L26
C262
C107
1.6pF
220pF 0.01uF 2.2uF
C216
C266
120 6
C267
C215
C214
0.1uF
10uF
0 8 0 5
vcc3_3
gnd
0.5pF_NP
3
B
1
MMPA742G
FL1
BPF_LFB215G37
2
in out
gnd
4
C12
pd
pad
g
g
g
C
2413
9
5.5GHz Balun
LP2985-2.9
vcc2_9
5
C268
2413
7
rf_out
L32
1.2nH_NP
2
hypass
vout
100uF_NA 100uF_NA
vcc
vpc
vm
DC
rf_in
11
GND
NC
6
8
B
DIFF1
SE
6
5
DIFF2
2
g
4
1
3
txn_2060
U18
1
3
on_offl
5
4
10
C103
10pF
U23
txp_2060
0 8 0 5
MPZ2012S221A
R33
10K
C213
R89
0
R10
68_NP
0 8 0 5
4
vin
3
2
3
4.7K
S
FDN3338P
MMBT3904
R30
aphy_pa_pd
Q2
gnd
1
C
U21
2
R87
1K
C175
1.8pF_NP
vcc_radio
R14
1.3k
C264
R21
1.3k
R5
10k
vccpa
C222 0.1uF
5
0.1uF
U17
1
R90
4
3
aphy_pa_pddet
LMV321
2
100k
R25
C223
35.7k
0.01uF
C221 6.8pF_NP
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U7C
R46
vcc3_3
N10
E5
F6
E7
4.7K
D
vcc1_8A
vcc3_3
K9
M10
R45
C78
0.1uF
8
7
6
5
U8
PCMCIA_SEL
UART_RX
UART_RI_L
UART_DSR_L
GPIO_6
GPIO_7
4.7K
vcc3
nc
org
gnd
1
2
3
4
cs
sk
di
do
B11
E9
A12
B10
SPROM_CS
SPROM_CLK
SPROM_DOUT
SPROM_DIN
R40
1k
sdio_cmd
pci
0
X
1
cb
0
X
0
sdio
1
0
X
pcmcia
1
1
X
D
vcc3_3
U7D
vdda1
C3
A6
B5
C4
B4
JTAG_TRST_L
TDO
TDI
TCK
TMS
CAT93C66
pcmcia_sel pci_serr_l
E10
B13
B12
C10
R47 4.7K_NP
A13
D9
R48 4.7K_NP
K8
J8
M9
P9
N9
coex1_bt_active
L9 coex2_wlan_active
UART_CLK
UART_RTS_L
UART_CTS_L
UART_DCD_L
CB_MODE/UART_DTR_L
UART_TX
GPIO_0
GPIO_1
GPIO_2
GPIO_3
GPIO_4
GPIO_5
vdda2
BCM4318E
vdda3
vcc3_3
C
vesd
R39
3.3V digital supply
0
vddpa
C79
C75
C23
C97
C90
C98
C41
C80
C7
C74
C71
C246
1uF
0805
10uF
0.01uF
0.022uF
0.022uF
0.01uF
0.01uF
06 03
1uF
0805
10uF
0.1uF
0.1uF
0.01uF
06 03
L8
12nH
C45
4.3pF vdda4
1
1
L9
BLM15AG121SN
L13
BLM15AG121SN
vdda3
L12
BLM15AG121SN
vdda2
vcc3_3
L6
BLM15AG121SN
vdda1
vddpa
1
2
vdda4
C48
C39
C36
C54
C82
C47
C62
C49
2.2uF
0.1uF
1000pF_NP
10uF
0.1uF
1000pF_NP
2.2uF
0.1uF
1000pF 1000pF_NP
0805
2
C34
06 03
B
P3
M5
N6
H2
J2
P2
N2
E6
E8
K11
2
L7
BLM15AG121SN
N7
M7
N5
M6
M1
M2
vcc1_8A
vcc1_8A
B3
A5
E3
B1
06 03
C88
C51
C43
C57
2.2uF
0.1uF
1000pF 1000pF
06 03
C44
C38
C31
2.2uF
0.1uF
06 03
vesd
L10
G5
H5
J4
J5
K4
K5
K6
K7
E11
PLLDVDD
PLLVDD
AVDD_ADC
AVDD_DAC
VDDXTAL
VDD4W
VDDPLL
VDDPLL_REF
VDDLO
VDDVCO
VDDCP
VDDLF
VDDPA1
VDDPA2
VDDRX
VDDTX
VDDDR
VDD2
VDD4
VDD5
OTP_VDD
VDDBUS1
VDDBUS2
VDDBUS3
VDDBUS4
VDDIO1
VDDIO2
VDDIO3
VDDIO4
VESD
AVSS_ADC
AVSS_DAC
RGND1
RGND10
RGND11
RGND12
RGND13
RGND14
RGND15
RGND16
RGND17
RGND18
RGND19
RGND2
RGND20
RGND21
RGND22
RGND3
RGND4
RGND5
RGND6
RGND7
RGND8
RGND9
GNDPA1
GNDPA2
PLLGND
VSS2
VSS3
VSS4
VSS5
VSS6
VSS7
VSS8
VSSO1
VSSO2
VSSO3
VSSO4
VSSO5
VSSO6
VSSO7
VSSO8
E4
A1
G1
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
L8
M4
M8
N3
N8
G2
P4
P7
P8
G3
H1
H3
J3
K2
K3
L1
L2
M3
A3
C
F7
G6
G7
H6
H7
J6
J7
F8
F9
G8
G9
H8
H9
J9
J10
B
BCM4318E
U5
C20
1000pF
R4
7.5K
IN
EN
SS
COMP
BP
GND
2
10
C13
C16 100pF 6
10uF
8
9
0805
BS
SW
FB
PGND
SGND
C15
1
3
7
4
5
MPS1567
C111
11
vcc3_3
0.01uF
L50
R51
R53
10K
L6.2uH
10K
vcc1_8
R54
vcc1_8A
vddcore bulk decoupling
L35
10uF
0805
vcc_radio
MPZ2012S221A
0
C17
0805
C46
C52
C73
10uF
1uF
0.01uF 0.01uF 0.1uF
0805
06 03
C68
C61
C60
C85
0.01uF 0.1uF
C89
C53
C64
0.01uF
10uF
0.1uF
0805
0.01uF
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Elliott Laboratories, Inc. -- EMC Department
Test Report
Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 9: Theory of Operation
for Summit Data Communications Model SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash
Module with Antenna Connectors
1 Page
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 9 of 10
SDC-CF10AG Operational Description
This device is an SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors, which operates in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz portions of the radio
frequency spectrum. The device is compliant with IEEE 802.11a, 802.11b and
802.11g standards using Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum and Orthogonal
Frequency Division Multiplexing. The device supports all 802.11a, 802.11b and
802.11g data rates and automatically adjusts data rates and operational modes
based on various environmental factors.
The SDC-CF10AG is compliant with Compact Flash Type 2 mechanical
specifications and interfaces to host devices via a 50-pin connector. The device
is based on the Broadcom BCM4318e chip which is an integrated device
providing a Media Access Controller (MAC), a Physical Layer Controller (PHY or
baseband processor) and a 2.4 GHz transceiver. The SDC-CF10AG incorporates
an external 5 GHz transceiver to allow for dual band operation. To maximize
operational range, the SDC-CF10G incorporates 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Power
Amplifiers to increase transmit power to as much as 19 dBm (80 mW) and a 2.4
GHz Low Noise Amplifier to improve receiver sensitivity. The frequency stability
for both 2.4 GHz (802.11b and 802.11g) and 5 GHz (802.11a) operation is +/- 20
ppm. The SDC-CF10G is powered by the host device into which it is installed
and uses a DC to DC regulator. The SDC-CF10AG provides four antenna
connectors (Hirose U.FL type) to support dual band transmit and receive
diversity. Supported host device antenna types include dipole and printed circuit
board antennas. Typical host devices include: (1) Portable Data Terminals
(PDTs) and (2) Vehicle Mounted Terminals (VMTs).
For additional information please review the User’s Guide which may be found at:
http://www.summitdatacom.com/documentation.htm.
Elliott Laboratories, Inc. -- EMC Department
Test Report
Report Date: March 5, 2008
EXHIBIT 10: RF Exposure Information
4 Pages
File: R70600 Rev 1
Appendix Page 10 of 10
RSS-102 Annex A – RF Technical Brief Cover Sheet
(NOTE: Annex A is Only Required When Exemption Clauses of RSS-102 Are Not Met)
All Fields must be completed with the requested information or the following codes:
N/A for Not Applicable, N/P for Not Performed or N/V for Not Available.
Where applicable, check appropriate box.
1. COMPANY NUMBER: 6616A
2. MODEL NUMBER: SDC-CF10AG
3. APPLICANT: Summit Data Communications
4. TYPE OF EVALUATION (Complete the applicable sections) (a) SAR Evaluation: Device Used
in the Vicinity of the Human Head; (b) SAR Evaluation Body worn Device; (c) RF Evaluation
Note: The worst case scenario (i.e. highest measured value obtained) should be reported.
(a) SAR Evaluation: Device used in the Vicinity of the Human Head
• Multiple transmitters:
-Yes -No
• Evaluated against exposure limits: -General Public Use
-Controlled Use
• Duty cycle used in evaluation:
%
• Standard used for evaluation:
• SAR Value:
W/kg. -Measured -Computed
-Calculated
(b) SAR Evaluation: Body worn Device
• Multiple transmitters: -Yes
-No
• Evaluated against exposure limits: -General Public Use -Controlled Use
• Duty cycle used in evaluation:
%
• Standard used for evaluation:
• SAR Value:
W/kg. -Measured -Computed
-Calculated
(c) RF Evaluation
• Evaluated against exposure limits: -General Public Use
-Controlled Use
• Duty cycle used in evaluation:
%
• Standard used for evaluation:
• Measurement Distance: 20cm
• RF Value: 0.16 -V/m
-A/m
-W/m2 (Note: 10 W/ m2 = 1 mW/cm2
-Measured -Computed -Calculated
(NOTE: Annex B Required for All TX Devices)
ATTESTATION: I attest that when SAR or RF Exposure Evaluation testing is required and has been
performed, that the information provided in Annex A is correct; that a Technical Brief was prepared and
the information it contains is correct; that the device evaluation was performed or supervised by me; that
applicable measurement methods and evaluation methodologies have been followed and that the device
meets the SAR and/or RF exposure limits of RSS-102.
Signature:
Date: March 5, 2008
NAME(Please print or type):
Mark Hill
TITLE(Please print or type):
EMC Staff Engineer
COMPANY(Please print or type):
Elliott Labs for Summit Communications
Note 1: To obtain approval under this Standard, each application for certification shall be accompanied
by the duly completed RF technical brief cover sheet (see Annex A) and a properly signed declaration of
compliance (see Annex B). However if the device in question meets the exemption from routine
evaluation limits of Sections 2.5.1 or 2.5.2, only a properly signed declaration of compliance (Annex B)
shall be submitted.
Note 2: Although submission of the RF exposure technical brief is not required for certification it shall
be made available upon request, for as long as the device model is marketed in Canada.
Note 3: In cases of exemption according to RSS-102, the information contained in the RF exposure
technical brief may be limited to information that demonstrates how the e.i.r.p. or output power was
derived.
EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Class: N/A
Maximum Permissible Exposure
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: 2/1/2008
Test Engineer: Mark Hill
General Test Configuration
Calculation uses the free space transmission formula:
S = (PG)/(4 πd 2)
Where: S is power density (W/m2), P is output power (W), G is antenna gain relative to isotropic, d is separation distance from
the transmitting antenna (m).
Summary of Results
Device complies with Power Density requirements at
20cm separation:
Yes
Maximum Power Density (S) in W/m2
0.16
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.
T69413_FCC_UNII
MPE
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EMC Test Data
Client: Summit Data Communications
Model:
SDC-CF10AG 802.11a/g Compact Flash Module with Antenna
Connectors
Contact: Ron Seide
Standard: 15.247 / 15.E / RSS-210
Use:
Antenna:
Freq.
MHz
5180
5200
5240
Job Number: J68959
T-Log Number: T69413
Account Manager: Dean Eriksen
Class: N/A
General
5.1 dBi
EUT
Power
dBm
mW*
13.2
20.9
13.9
24.5
13.6
22.9
Cable
Loss
dB
0
0
0
Ant
Gain
dBi
5.1
5.1
5.1
Power
at Ant
dBm
13.2
13.9
13.6
EIRP
mW
67.61
79.43
74.13
Power Density (S)
at 20 cm
mW/cm^2
0.013
0.016
0.015
MPE Limit
at 20 cm
mW/cm^2
1.000
1.000
1.000
For the cases where S > the MPE Limit
Freq.
MHz
5180
5200
5240
S @ 20 cm
mW/cm^2
0.013
0.016
0.015
T69413_FCC_UNII
MPE Limit
mW/cm^2
1.000
1.000
1.000
Distance where
S <= MPE Limit
2.3cm
2.5cm
2.4cm
MPE
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