FHSS Test resport - Summit Data Communications

FHSS Test resport - Summit Data Communications

EMC Test Report

Application for Grant of Equipment Authorization

Industry Canada RSS-Gen Issue 3 / RSS 210 Issue 8

FCC Part 15 Subpart C

Model: SDC-SSD40NBT

IC CERTIFICATION #: 6616A-SDCSSD40NBT

FCC

APPLICANT: Summit Data Communications

526 South Main St. Suite 805

Akron, OH 44311

TEST SITE(S): Elliott Laboratories

41039 Boyce Road.

Fremont, CA. 94538-2435

IC SITE REGISTRATION #: 2845B-7

REPORT DATE:

FINAL TEST DATES:

March 20, 2012

May 4, 16 and 18 and December 16, 2011

TOTAL NUMBER OF PAGES:

PROGRAM MGR /

TECHNICAL REVIEWER:

63

QUALITY ASSURANCE DELEGATE /

FINAL REPORT PREPARER:

______________________________ ______________________________

Mark E Hill

Staff Engineer

David Guidotti

Senior Technical Writer

Elliott Laboratories is accredited by the A2LA, certificate number 0214.26, to perform the test(s) listed in this report, except where noted otherwise. This report and the information contained herein represent the results of testing test articles identified and selected by the client performed to specifications and/or procedures selected by the client. National Technical Systems (NTS) makes no representations, expressed or implied, that such testing is adequate (or inadequate) to demonstrate efficiency, performance, reliability, or any other characteristic of the articles being tested, or similar products. This report should not be relied upon as an endorsement or certification by NTS of the equipment tested, nor does it represent any statement whatsoever as to its merchantability or fitness of the test article, or similar products, for a particular purpose. This report shall not be reproduced except in full

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REVISION HISTORY

Rev# Date Comments

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE ............................................................................................................................................................... 1

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

 

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

 

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

 

OBJECTIVE ................................................................................................................................................................ 5

 

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

 

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

 

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

FREQUENCY HOPPING SPREAD SPECTRUM (2400 – 2483.5

MH

Z

) .............................................................. 6

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO ALL BANDS .......................................................................... 7

MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTIES .................................................................................................................... 8

 

 

 

 

EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) DETAILS ...................................................................................................... 9

GENERAL ................................................................................................................................................................ 9

OTHER EUT DETAILS ........................................................................................................................................... 9

ANTENNA SYSTEM .............................................................................................................................................. 9

ENCLOSURE ........................................................................................................................................................... 9

MODIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................... 9

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 ...................................................................................................................................... 15

CONDUCTED EMISSIONS FROM ANTENNA PORT ...................................................................................... 17

BANDWIDTH MEASUREMENTS ...................................................................................................................... 17

SPECIFICATION LIMITS AND SAMPLE CALCULATIONS ........................................................................... 18

CONDUCTED EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION LIMITS: FCC 15.207; FCC 15.107(

A

), RSS GEN .................. 18

GENERAL TRANSMITTER RADIATED EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION LIMITS ......................................... 19

RECEIVER RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION LIMITS ................................................. 19

OUTPUT POWER LIMITS – FHSS SYSTEMS ................................................................................................... 20

TRANSMIT MODE SPURIOUS RADIATED EMISSIONS LIMITS – FHSS

AND

DTS SYSTEMS................. 20

SAMPLE CALCULATIONS CONDUCTED EMISSIONS ............................................................................... 20

SAMPLE CALCULATIONS RADIATED EMISSIONS .................................................................................... 21

SAMPLE CALCULATIONS FIELD STRENGTH TO EIRP CONVERSION ................................................... 22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX A TEST EQUIPMENT CALIBRATION DATA .............................................................................. 23

 

APPENDIX B TEST DATA ..................................................................................................................................... 24

 

END OF REPORT .................................................................................................................................................... 63

 

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SCOPE

An electromagnetic emissions test has been performed on the Summit Data

Communications model SDC-SSD40NBT, pursuant to the following rules:

Industry Canada RSS-Gen Issue 3

RSS 210 Issue 8 “Low-power Licence-exempt Radiocommunication Devices (All

Frequency Bands): Category I Equipment”

FCC Part 15 Subpart C

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

FHSS test procedure DA 00-0705A1, March 2000

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.

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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-SSD40NBT complied with the requirements of the following regulations:

Industry Canada RSS-Gen Issue 3

RSS 210 Issue 8 “Low-power Licence-exempt Radiocommunication Devices (All

Frequency Bands): Category I Equipment”

FCC Part 15 Subpart C

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

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

Communications model SDC-SSD40NBT and therefore apply only to the tested sample.

The sample was selected and prepared by Ron Seide of Summit Data Communications.

DEVIATIONS FROM THE STANDARDS

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

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TEST RESULTS SUMMARY

FREQUENCY HOPPING SPREAD SPECTRUM (2400 – 2483.5 MHz)

FCC

Rule Part

15.247

(a) (1)

15.247

(a) (1) (ii)

15.247

(a) (1) (ii)

RSS

Rule Part

RSS 210

A8.1 (1)

RSS 210

A8.1 (4)

RSS 210

A8.1 (4)

Description

20dB Bandwidth

Channel Separation

Number of Channels

Channel Dwell Time

(average time of

occupancy)

15.247

(a) (1)

15.247 (b)

(3)

15.247(c)

15.247(c) /

15.209

RSS 210

A8.5

RSS 210

A8.5

Table 2, 3

Spurious Emissions –

30MHz – 25GHz

Radiated Spurious

Emissions

30MHz – 25GHz

15.247

(a) (1)

RSS 210

A8.1(2)

Receiver bandwidth

Note 1: EIRP calculated using antenna gain of 2 dBi

RSS 210

A8.1 (1)

RSS 210

A8.4 (2)

Channel Utilization

Output Power

Measured Value /

Comments

Basic: 1100kHz

EDR: 1400kHz

1000kHz

Max: 79

Min: 20

The system uses the

Bluetooth algorithm and, therefore, meets all requirements for channel utilization.

Basic: 0.1 dBm

(1.0 mW)

EDR: 2.2 dBm

(1.7mW)

EIRP = 2.6 mW

Note 1

All spurious emissions < -20dBc

50.5dBµV/m @

2483.5MHz (-3.5dB)

Refer to operational description

< -20dBc

15.207 in restricted bands, all others

< -20dBc

Shall match the channel bandwidth

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Limit / Requirement Result

Channel spacing >

2/3rds 20dB BW

Complies

Complies

Complies 15 or more

<0.4 second within a period of 0.4 x number of channels

All channels shall, on average, be used equally

Complies

Complies

0.125 Watts Complies

Complies

Complies

Complies

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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO ALL BANDS

FCC Rule

Part

RSS

Rule part

Description

15.207

15.109

15.247 (b)

(5)

15.407 (f)

RSS GEN

Table 2

RSS GEN

7.2.3

Table 1

RSS 102

AC Conducted

Emissions

Receiver spurious emissions

RF Exposure

Requirements

Measured Value /

Comments

EUT uses u.FL connectors

31.9dBµV @

19.501MHz

(-18.1dB)

45.5dBµV/m @

2994.6MHz (-8.5dB)

Refer to MPE calculations in

Exhibit 11, RSS 102 declaration and User

Manual statements.

-

-

-

RSP 100

RSS GEN

7.1.5

RSP 100

RSS GEN

7.1.5

RSP 100

RSS GEN

4.4.1

User Manual

User Manual

99% Bandwidth

Basic: 973kHz

EDR: 1265kHz

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Limit / Requirement

Unique or integral antenna required

Result

(margin)

Complies

Refer to page 18

Refer to page 19

Refer to OET 65,

FCC Part 1 and RSS

102

Complies

Statement required regarding noninterference

Statement for products with detachable antenna

Information only

Test Report

Complies

Complies

Complies

Complies

N/A

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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

Measurement

Unit

Frequency Range

Expanded

Uncertainty

RF power, conducted

(power meter)

RF power, conducted

(Spectrum analyzer)

Conducted emission of transmitter

Conducted emission of receiver

Radiated emission

(substitution method)

Radiated emission (field strength)

Conducted Emissions (AC

Power) dBm dBm dBm dBm dBm dBμV/m dBμV

25 to 7000 MHz

25 to 7000 MHz

25 to 26500 MHz

25 to 26500 MHz

25 to 26500 MHz

25 to 1000 MHz

1000 to 40000 MHz

0.15 to 30 MHz

± 0.52 dB

± 0.7 dB

± 0.7 dB

± 0.7 dB

± 2.5 dB

± 3.6 dB

± 6.0 dB

± 2.4 dB

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EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) DETAILS

GENERAL

The Summit Data Communications model SDC-SSD40NBT is an 802.11abgn 1x1 with

Bluetooth 2.1 module.

The sample was received on October 19, 2010 and tested on May 4, 16 and 18 and

December 16, 2011. The EUT consisted of the following component(s):

Company

Summit

Model

SDC-

SSD40NBT

Description Serial Number

802.11abgn 1x with BT

Prototype

FCC ID

TWG-

SDCSSD40NBT

OTHER EUT DETAILS

The EUT supports single transmit chain operation.

The SSD40NBT Module was tested on a MSD40NBT board.

ANTENNA SYSTEM

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

5dBi (5GHz)

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

In the 2.4GHz range, the Cisco antenna was tested as they represented the highest gain antennas of each available type.

The antenna connects to the EUT via a non-standard u.FL antenna connector, thereby meeting the requirements of FCC 15.203.

ENCLOSURE

The EUT has no enclosure. It is designed to be installed within the enclosure of a host computer.

MODIFICATIONS

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

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SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

The following equipment was used as support equipment for testing:

Company Model Description Serial Number

Delta Electronics EADP-10BB AC/DC Adapter 59A401Z9UP42K

FCC ID

N/A

Laptop Computer

(Note 1)

953R2K1 DoC

Note 1 – Used to configure the BT radio and then disconnected

EUT INTERFACE PORTS

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

Port

Connected

To

Cable(s)

Description Shielded or Unshielded Length(m)

AC/DC

Adapter

AC/DC

Adapter

EUT OPERATION

iPaq 2wire Unshielded 1.5m

AC Mains - - -

During testing, the EUT was configured to transmit on a single channel continuously at the maximum power.

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TEST SITE

GENERAL INFORMATION

Final test measurements were taken at the test sites listed below. 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 and with industry Canada.

Site

Chamber 7

Registration Numbers

FCC Canada

A2LA accreditation

2845B-7

Location

41039 Boyce Road

Fremont,

CA 94538-2435

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. The test site(s) contain 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 16-1-1 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.

0.4m

LISN

EUT

LISN

AE

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Figure 1 Typical Conducted Emissions Test Configuration

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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.

REAR VIEW

0.4m

AC Outlets (flush-mounted)

0.8m

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Typical Test Configuration for Radiated Field Strength Measurements

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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. d

Antenna height range

1 to 4 m

EUT

0.8m

Test Configuration for Radiated Field Strength Measurements

Semi-Anechoic Chamber, Plan and Side Views

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CONDUCTED EMISSIONS FROM ANTENNA PORT

Direct measurements of power, bandwidth and power spectral density are performed, where possible, with the antenna port of the EUT connected to either the power meter or spectrum analyzer via a suitable attenuator and/or filter. These are used to ensure that the front end of the measurement instrument is not overloaded by the fundamental transmission.

EUT

Attenuator

(optional)

Spectrum

Analyzer (or

Power Meter)

Test Configuration for Antenna Port Measurements

Measurement bandwidths (video and resolution) are set in accordance with the relevant standards and Elliott’s test procedures for the type of radio being tested. When power measurements are made using a resolution bandwidth less than the signal bandwidth the power is calculated by summing the power across the signal bandwidth using either the analyzer channel power function or by capturing the trace data and calculating the power using software. In both cases the summed power is corrected to account for the equivalent noise bandwidth (ENBW) of the resolution bandwidth used.

If power averaging is used (typically for certain digital modulation techniques), the EUT is configured to transmit continuously. Power averaging is performed using either the built-in function of the analyzer or, if the analyzer does not feature power averaging, using external software. In both cases the average power is calculated over a number of sweeps (typically 100). When the EUT cannot be configured to continuously transmit then either the analyzer is configured to perform a gated sweep to ensure that the power is averaged over periods that the device is transmitting or power averaging is disabled and a max-hold feature is used.

If a power meter is used to make output power measurements the sensor head type (peak or average) is stated in the test data table.

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

Average

Limit

(dBuV)

Linear decrease on logarithmic frequency axis between 56.0 and 46.0

46.0

50.0

Quasi Peak

Limit

(dBuV)

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 bands

1

(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)

Limit

(uV/m)

Limit

(dBuV/m @ 3m)

0.009-0.490 2400/F

KHz

@ 300m 67.6-20*log10(F

KHz

) @ 300m

0.490-1.705 24000/F

KHz

@ 30m 87.6-20*log10(F

KHz

) @ 30m

1.705 to 30

30 to 88

88 to 216

30 @ 30m

100 @ 3m

150 @ 3m

29.5 @ 30m

40 @ 3m

43.5 @ 3m

216 to 960

Above 960

200 @ 3m

500 @ 3m

46.0 @ 3m

54.0 @ 3m

RECEIVER RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS SPECIFICATION LIMITS

The table below shows the limits for the spurious emissions from receivers as detailed in

FCC Part 15.109, RSS 210 Table 2, RSS GEN Table 1 and RSS 310 Table 3. Note that receivers operating outside of the frequency range 30 MHz – 960 MHz are exempt from the requirements of 15.109.

Frequency

Range

(MHz)

30 to 88

88 to 216

216 to 960

Above 960

Limit

(uV/m @ 3m)

100

150

200

500

Limit

(dBuV/m @ 3m)

40

43.5

46.0

54.0

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 LIMITS – FHSS SYSTEMS

The table below shows the limits for output power based on the number of channels available for the hopping system.

Operating Frequency

(MHz)

Number of Channels Output Power

902 – 928

902 – 928

2400 – 2483.5

2400 – 2483.5

5725 – 5850

≥ 50

25 to 49

≥ 75

< 75

75

1 Watt (30 dBm)

0.25 Watts (24 dBm)

1 Watt (30 dBm)

0.125 Watts (21 dBm)

1 Watt (30 dBm)

The maximum permitted output power is reduced by 1dB for every dB the antenna gain exceeds 6dBi. Fixed point-to-point applications using the 5725 – 5850 MHz band are not subject to this restriction.

TRANSMIT MODE SPURIOUS RADIATED EMISSIONS LIMITS – FHSS and DTS SYSTEMS

The limits for unwanted (spurious) emissions from the transmitter falling in the restricted bands are those specified in the general limits sections of FCC Part 15 and RSS 210. All other unwanted (spurious) emissions shall be at least 20dB below the level of the highest in-band signal level (30dB if the power is measured using the sample detector/power averaging method).

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.

The margin of a given emission peak relative to the limit is calculated as follows:

Rc = Rr + Fd

and

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

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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 d (meters) from the equipment under test:

E d where P is the eirp (Watts)

For a measurement at 3m the conversion from a logarithmic value for field strength

(dBuV/m) to an eirp power (dBm) is -95.3dB.

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Appendix A Test Equipment Calibration Data

Radiated Emissions, 1,000 - 18,000 MHz, 16-May-11

Manufacturer

Hewlett Packard

Description

Microwave Preamplifier, 1-

EMCO

Hewlett Packard

26.5GHz

Antenna, Horn, 1-18GHz

SpecAn 30 Hz -40 GHz, SV

(SA40) Red

Model

3115

8564E (84125C)

Micro-Tronics Band Reject Filter, 2400-2500

MHz

Radio Antenna Port (Power and Spurious Emissions), 18-May-11

Manufacturer

Rohde & Schwarz

Hewlett Packard

Description

Power Meter, Dual Channel

SpecAn 9 kHz - 40 GHz, FT

Model

NRVD

8564E (84125C)

Rohde & Schwarz

(SA40) Blue

Power Sensor 100 uW - 2 Watts

(w/ 20 dB pad, SN BJ5155)

Radiated Spurious Emissions, 1000 - 25,000 MHz, 18-May-11

Manufacturer

Hewlett Packard

Description

Microwave Preamplifier, 1-

Model

EMCO

Hewlett Packard

26.5GHz

Antenna, Horn, 1-18 GHz

(SA40-Blu)

SpecAn 9 kHz - 40 GHz, FT 8564E (84125C)

Micro-Tronics

(SA40) Blue

Band Reject Filter, 5725-5875

MHz

Conducted Emissions - AC Power Ports, 16-Dec-11

Manufacturer

EMCO

Rohde & Schwarz

Description

LISN, 10 kHz-100 MHz, 25A

Model

3825/2

EMI Test Receiver, 20 Hz-7 GHz ESIB7

Asset #

868

1148

Asset #

1071

1393

Asset #

1393

Cal Due

6/8/2012

7/12/2011

Cal Due

6/1/2011

6/14/2011

Cal Due

6/14/2011

Asset # Cal Due

1292 3/1/2012

1756 4/6/2012

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Appendix B Test Data

T83197 Pages 25 – 53

T83198 Pages 54 - 62

Test Report

Report Date: March 20, 2012

File: R86841 Page 24

Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact: Ron Seide

Emissions Standard(s): FCC 15.247/RSS-210

Immunity Standard(s): EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager:

-

Christine Krebill

Class: -

Environment: -

EMC Test Data

For The

Summit Data Communications

Model

Date of Last Test:

R86841 Cover Page 25

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact: Ron Seide

Standard:

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

RSS 210 and FCC 15.247 (DTS) Radiated Spurious Emissions (Bluetooth)

Summary of Results - Device Operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz Band

Bluetooth uses a frequency hopping algorithm that means that the device, during normal operation, is only on a specific channel for a short period of time. The average correction factor is calculated as follows:

A maximum length packet has a duration of 5 time slots.

The hopping rate is 1600 hops/second so the maximum dwell time is 5/1600 seconds, or 3.125ms.

With a minimum of 20 hopping channels a channel will not be used more than 4 times in any 100ms period.

The maximum dwell time in a 100m period is 4 x 3.125ms = 12.5ms.

The average correction factor is, therefore, 20log(12.5/100) =-18dB

As this is a hopping radio the correction factor can be applied to the average value of the signal provided the average value was measured with the device continuously transmitting. DA 00-0705 permits the use of the average correction on the measured average value for frequency hopping radios.

Run # Mode Channel Antenna

Power

Setting

Test Performed Limit Result / Margin

Run # 2

Basic (1

Chain A

EDR (3

Mb/s)

Chain A

2402MHz

2480MHz

2402MHz

2480MHz

Cisco

Cisco

Cisco

Cisco

Default

Default

Default

Default

Restricted Band Edge at 2390 MHz

Restricted Band Edge at 2483.5 MHz

Restricted Band Edge at 2390 MHz

Restricted Band Edge at 2483.5 MHz

15.209

15.209

15.209

15.209

47.3dBµV/m @

2353.3MHz (-6.7dB)

49.1dBµV/m @

2483.5MHz (-4.9dB)

47.2dBµV/m @

2379.3MHz (-6.8dB)

50.5dBµV/m @

2483.5MHz (-3.5dB)

Test Specific Details

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:

20-25 °C

40-50 %

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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Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact: Ron Seide

Standard:

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run # 1, Band Edge Field Strength - Basic (1 Mb/s), Chain A

Date of Test: 5/16/2011

Test Engineer: Mark Hill

Run # 1a, EUT on Channel 2402MHz - Basic (1 Mb/s), Chain A

Test Location: FT#7

Config Change: none

2390 MHz Band Edge Signal Field Strength

Frequency

MHz

Level dB

μV/m

Pol v/h

15.209 / 15.247

Limit

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

2353.270

2357.400

47.3

47.1

H

V

54.0

54.0

-6.7

-6.9

AVG

AVG

248

237

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

2387.730

2357.800

59.2

58.4

V

H

74.0

74.0

-14.8

-15.6

PK

PK

237

248

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

R86841 BT 2.4GHz BE - Cisco Page 27

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact: Ron Seide

Standard:

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run # 1b, EUT on Channel 2480MHz - Basic (1 Mb/s), Chain A

2483.5 MHz Band Edge Signal Radiated Field Strength

Frequency

MHz

2483.500

2491.280

Level dB

μV/m

49.1

59.8

Pol v/h

V

V

15.209 / 15.247

Limit

54.0

74.0

-4.9

-14.2

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Margin Q g g meters

AVG

PK

234

234

1.0

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

R86841 BT 2.4GHz BE - Cisco Page 28

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact: Ron Seide

Standard:

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run # 2, Band Edge Field Strength - EDR (3 Mb/s), Chain A

Date of Test: 5/16/2011

Test Engineer: Mark Hill

Run # 2a, EUT on Channel 2402MHz - EDR (3 Mb/s), Chain A

Test Location:

FT#7

Config Change: none

2390 MHz Band Edge Signal Field Strength

Frequency

MHz

Level dB

μV/m

Pol v/h

15.209 / 15.247

Limit

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

2379.270

2360.130

47.2

58.6

V

V

54.0

74.0

-6.8

-15.4

AVG

PK

237

237

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

Vertical

R86841 BT 2.4GHz BE - Cisco Page 29

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact: Ron Seide

Standard:

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run # 2b, EUT on Channel 2480MHz - EDR (3 Mb/s), Chain A

2483.5 MHz Band Edge Signal Radiated Field Strength

Frequency

MHz

2483.500

2488.090

Level dB

μV/m

50.5

59.9

Pol v/h

V

V

15.209 / 15.247

Limit

54.0

74.0

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

-3.5

AVG 233 1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

-14.1

PK 233 1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

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Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

RSS 210 and FCC 15.247 (DTS) Radiated Spurious Emissions (Bluetooth)

Summary of Results - Device Operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz Band

For Bluetooth: Tx is chain B, Rx is chain B

Bluetooth uses a frequency hopping algorithm that means that the device, during normal operation, is only on a specific channel for a short period of time. The average correction factor is calculated as follows:

A maximum length packet has a duration of 5 time slots.

The hopping rate is 1600 hops/second so the maximum dwell time is 5/1600 seconds, or 3.125ms.

With a minimum of 20 hopping channels a channel will not be used more than 4 times in any 100ms period.

The maximum dwell time in a 100m period is 4 x 3.125ms = 12.5ms.

The average correction factor is, therefore, 20log(12.5/100) =-18dB

As this is a hopping radio the correction factor can be applied to the average value of the signal provided the average value was measured with the device continuously transmitting. DA 00-0705 permits the use of the average correction on the measured average value for frequency hopping radios.

Run # Mode Channel Antenna

Power

Setting

Test Performed Limit Result / Margin

Basic (1

2402MHz Cisco Default

46.7dBµV/m @

2994.6MHz (-7.3dB)

Chain A

2440MH Ci

Radiated Emissions, ,

1 - 26 GHz

Run # 2

3

EDR (3

Mb/s)

Chain A

Bluetooth

Receive

2480MHz

2402MHz

2440MHz

2480MHz

2440

Cisco

Cisco

Cisco

Cisco

Cisco

Default

Default

Default

Default

-

Radiated Emissions,

1 - 26 GHz

Radiated Emissions,

1 - 7.5 GHz

FCC 15.209 / 15.247

RSS 210

MHz (-7.1 dB)

47.5dBµV/m @

1653.4MHz (-6.5dB)

46.2dBµV/m @

2994.5MHz (-7.8dB)

47.0dBµV/m @

2994.4MHz (-7.0dB)

46.6dBµV/m @

1653.2MHz (-7.4dB)

45.5dBµV/m @

2994.6MHz (-8.5dB)

Test Specific Details

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:

20-25 °C

40-50 %

R86841 BT 2.4GHz RE - Cisco Page 31

Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

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.

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #1, Radiated Spurious Emissions, 1-26GHz, Basic (1 Mb/s), Chain A

Date of Test: 5/16/2011& 5/18/11 Test Location:

Test Engineer: Mark Hill / John Caizzi Config Change:

-

FT #7

Run #1a, EUT on Channel 2402MHz - Basic (1 Mb/s), Chain A

Frequency Level

MHz dB

μV/m

2994.640

1601.330

1601.400

2994.640

Note 1:

Note 2:

46.7

46.2

47.6

45.9

Pol v/h

V

H

H

V

15.209/15.247

Limit

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

54.0

54.0

-7.3

-7.8

Pk

AVG

124

212

1.00

1.27

RB 100 kHz;VB 100 kHz, Note 2

74.0

54.0

-26.4

-8.1

PK

AVG

212

124

1.27

1.00

Note 2

1 00 Note 2

For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit is -30dBc for peak measurements in a measurement bandwidth of 100kHz.

Emission not in restricted band but restricted band limit used.

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Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #1b: , EUT on Channel 2440MHz - Basic (1 Mb/s), Chain A

Spurious Radiated Emissions:

Frequency

MHz

3223.470

2994.390

Level dB

μV/m

46.9

45.4

Pol v/h

H

V

1626.500

1626.460

42.3

45.1

H

H

15.209/15.247

Limit

54.0

54.0

54.0

74.0

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

-7.1

-8.6

-11.7

-28.9

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Peak

Peak

AVG

PK

233

128

87

87

1.0

1.0

Note 4

Note 4

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

Note 1:

Note 2:

Note 4:

For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit is -30dBc for peak measurements in a measurement bandwidth of 100kHz.

Scans made between 18 - 26GHz with the measurement antenna moved around the card and its antennas 20-50cm from the device indicated there were no signifcant emissions in this frequency range

Emission not in restricted band but restricted band limit used.

R86841 BT 2.4GHz RE - Cisco Page 33

Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #1c: , EUT on Channel 2480MHz - Basic (1 Mb/s), Chain A

Spurious Radiated Emissions:

Frequency

MHz

1653.350

1653.390

Level dB

μV/m

47.5

47.0

Pol v/h

V

V

1653.330

2994.710

2994.730

2994.640

49.2

42.4

49.7

43.8

V

V

V

V

15.209/15.247

Limit

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

54.0

54.0

74.0

54.0

74.0

54.0

-6.5

-7.0

-24.8

-11.6

-24.3

-10.2

PK

AVG

PK

AVG

PK

PK

191

191

191

348

348

348

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

Note 2

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk, note 2

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk, note 2

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk, note 2

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk, note 2

Note 2

Note 1:

Note 2:

For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit is -30dBc for peak measurements in a measurement bandwidth of 100kHz.

Emission not in restricted band but restricted band limit used.

R86841 BT 2.4GHz RE - Cisco Page 34

Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run # 2, Radiated Spurious Emissions, 1-26GHz, EDR (3 Mb/s), Chain A

Date of Test: 5/18/2011

Test Engineer: Rafael Varelas

Test Location: FT Chamber #7

Config Change: None

Run # 2a, EUT on Channel 2402MHz - EDR (3 Mb/s), Chain A

Spurious Radiated Emissions:

Frequency Level Pol

MHz

2994.480

dB

μV/m

46.2

v/h

V

1601.330

1601.280

3231.360

3456.290

44.5

47.0

45.9

44.6

H

V

V

V

Note 1:

Note 3:

15.209/15.247

Limit

54.0

54.0

74.0

54.0

54.0

Margin

-7.8

-9.5

-27.0

-8.1

-9.4

Detector

Pk/QP/Avg degrees

Peak

AVG

PK

Peak

Peak

Azimuth

119

165

165

212

157

Height Comments meters

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

Note 3

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

Note 3

Note 3

For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit is -30dBc for peak measurements in a measurement bandwidth of 100kHz.

Emission not in restricted band but restricted band limit used.

R86841 BT 2.4GHz RE - Cisco Page 35

Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run # 2b: , EUT on Channel 2440MHz - EDR (3 Mb/s), Chain A

Spurious Radiated Emissions:

Frequency

MHz

2994.390

1626.500

1626.450

3292.570

Level dB

μV/m

47.0

44.9

46.9

46.2

Pol v/h

V

V

V

H

15.209/15.247

Limit

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

54.0

54.0

-7.0

-9.1

Peak

AVG

118

165

1.0

1.1

Note 4

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

74.0

54.0

-27.1

-7.8

PK

Peak

165

238

1.1

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

1.0

Note 4

Note 1:

Note 2:

Note 4:

For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit is -30dBc for peak measurements in a measurement bandwidth of 100kHz.

Scans made between 18 - 26GHz with the measurement antenna moved around the card and its antennas 20-50cm from the device indicated there were no signifcant emissions in this frequency range

Emission not in restricted band but restricted band limit used.

R86841 BT 2.4GHz RE - Cisco Page 36

Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run # 2c: , EUT on Channel 2480MHz - EDR (3 Mb/s), Chain A

Spurious Radiated Emissions:

Frequency

MHz

1653.210

2994.480

Level dB

μV/m

46.6

46.0

Pol v/h

V

V

1048.240

1048.540

31.9

49.0

V

V

15.209/15.247

Limit

54.0

54.0

54.0

74.0

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

-7.4

-8.0

-22.1

-25.0

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Peak

Peak

AVG

PK

148

120

152

152

1.0

1.0

Note 3

Note 3

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

Note 1:

Note 3:

For emissions in restricted bands, the limit of 15.209 was used. For all other emissions, the limit is -30dBc for peak measurements in a measurement bandwidth of 100kHz.

Emission not in restricted band but restricted band limit used.

R86841 BT 2.4GHz RE - Cisco Page 37

Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run # 3, Radiated Spurious Emissions, 1-7.5GHz, Receive, Chain A

Date of Test: 5/18/2011

Test Engineer:

Rafael Varelas

Test Location:

FT Chamber #7

Config Change: None

Run # 3a, EUT on Channel #6 2437MHz - Receive, Chain A

Frequency Level

MHz

2994.640

2994.590

1197.670

1197.320

1627.990

1628.020

dB

μV/m

45.5

50.0

36.6

56.8

43.8

46.0

Pol v/h

V

V

V

V

V

V

Limit

RSS 210

Detector Azimuth Height Comments

Margin Pk/QP/Avg degrees meters

54.0

74.0

-8.5

-24.0

AVG

PK

112

112

1.0

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

54.0

74.0

54.0

74.0

-17.4

-17.2

-10.2

-28.0

AVG

PK

AVG

PK

95

95

175

175

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

RB 1 MHz;VB 10 Hz;Pk

RB 1 MHz;VB 3 MHz;Pk

R86841 BT 2.4GHz RE - Cisco Page 38

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

FCC 15.247 FHSS - Power, Bandwidth and Spurious Emissions

Test Specific Details

Date of Test: 5/18/2011 0:00

Test Engineer:

John Caizzi

Test Location: FT7

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 used.

Unless stated otherwise the EUT was operating such that it constantly hopped on either the low, center or high channels.

Ambient Conditions:

Config. Used:

-

Config Change: -

EUT Voltage: 120V / 60Hz

Rel. Humidity:

22 °C

35 %

Summary of Results

Run #

1d

2

3

3

3

4

Test Performed

30 - 25,000 MHz - Conducted

Spurious Emissions

Output Power

20dB Bandwidth

99% bandwidth

Number of Channels

Channel Occupancy

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.

Limit

FCC Part 15.247( c)

15.247(b)

15.247(a)

15.247(a)

15.247(a)

15.247(a)

Pass / Fail Result / Margin

Pass All emissions > -20dBc

Pass

Pass

Pass

Pass

Pass

0.1dBm (1mW) (1.6mW EIRP)

1100 kHz

973 kHz

Device complies with the Bluetooth 2 specifications with a minimum of 20 hopping channels

R86841 BT Basic RF Port Page 39

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #1d: Antenna Conducted Spurious Emissions, 30 - 25,000 MHz.

Date of Test: 5/18/2011

Test Engineer: John Caizzi

Test Location: FT7

Refer to plots below. Scans made using RBW=VB=100 KHz with the limit line set at 20dB below the highest in-band signal level.

R86841 BT Basic RF Port Page 40

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #2: Output Power

Date of Test: 5/18/2011 g

Test Location: FT7

For frequency hopping systems operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band employing at least 75 non-overlapping hopping channels, and all frequency hopping systems in the 5725-5850 MHz band: 1 watt. For all other frequency hopping systems in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band: 0.125 watts.

Maximum antenna gain:

Channel

Low

Mid

Frequency (MHz)

2402

2440

High

2480

2 dBi

Res BW

NA

NA

NA

Output Power (dBm)

-1.8

-0.5

0.1

Output Power (W)

0.0007

0.0009

0.0010

EIRP (W)

0.0010

0.0014

0.0016

Note 1: Output power measured with a peak power meter.

R86841 BT Basic RF Port Page 41

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #3: Bandwidth

Date of Test: 5/18/2011

Test Engineer: John Caizzi

Test Location: FT7

Note 1:

Note 2:

Channel

Low

Mid

High

Frequency (MHz)

2402

2440

2480

Resolution

Bandwidth

100 kHz

100 kHz

100 kHz

20dB Bandwidth (kHz)

1092

1092

1100

20dB bandwidth measured using RB = 100 kHz, VB = 100 kHz (VB > RB)

99% bandwidth measured using RB = 100 kHz, VB = 300 kHz (VB >=3RB)

Resolution

Bandwidth

100 kHz

100 kHz

100 kHz

99% Bandwidth (kHz)

973

973

973

R86841 BT Basic RF Port Page 42

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #4: Channel Spacing and Number of Channels

Basic Mode

Channel Spacing:

1000 kHz

20dB Bandwidth:

1100 kHz

The channel spacing was measured in Basic rate mode with hopping enabled - see plot below showing channel spacing:

The channel spacing shall be greater than 2/3 times the widest 20dB bandwidth, as the ouput power is <0.125W.

Number of channels:

79 Max 20 Min (AFH enabled)

The number of channels was measured in Basic rate mode with hopping enabled with both the maximum (all) channels enabled and with the minimum number of channels enabled. The system shall employ a minimum of 15 hopping channels.

R86841 BT Basic RF Port Page 43

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

R86841 BT Basic RF Port Page 44

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

R86841 BT Basic RF Port Page 45

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

FCC 15.247 FHSS - Power, Bandwidth and Spurious Emissions

Test Specific Details

Date of Test: 5/4/2011 14:39

Test Engineer: Mark Hill

Test Location: FT7

Config. Used: -

Config Change: -

EUT 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 used.

Unless stated otherwise the EUT was operating such that it constantly hopped on either the low, center or high channels.

Ambient Conditions:

Rel. Humidity:

Summary of Results

Run #

1d

3

3

2

3

Test Performed

30 - 25,000 MHz - Conducted

Spurious Emissions

Output Power

20dB Bandwidth

99% bandwidth

Number of Channels

4 Channel Occupancy

22 °C

35 %

Limit

FCC Part 15.247( c)

15.247(b)

15.247(a)

15.247(a)

15.247(a)

15.247(a)

Pass / Fail Result / Margin

Pass

All emissions > -20 dBc

Pass

Pass

Pass

Pass

Pass

2.2dBm (1.7mW) (2.6mW EIRP)

1400 kHz

1265 kHz

Device complies with the Bluetooth 2 specifications with a minimum of 20 hopping channels

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.

R86841 BT EDR RF Port Page 46

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #1d: Antenna Conducted Spurious Emissions, 30 - 25,000 MHz.

Date of Test: 5/18/2011

Test Engineer: John Caizzi

Test Location: FT7

Refer to plots below. Scans made using RBW=VB=100 KHz with the limit line set at 20dB below the highest in-band signal level.

R86841 BT EDR RF Port Page 47

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #2: Output Power

Date of Test: 5/18/2011

Test Location: FT7

For frequency hopping systems operating in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band employing at least 75 non-overlapping hopping channels, and all frequency hopping systems in the 5725-5850 MHz band: 1 watt. For all other frequency hopping systems in the 2400-2483.5 MHz band: 0.125 watts.

Maximum antenna gain:

Channel

Low

Mid

High

Frequency (MHz)

2402

2440

2480

2 dBi

Res BW

NA

NA

NA

Output Power (dBm)

0.4

1.6

2.2

Output Power (W)

0.0011

0.0014

0.0017

EIRP (W)

0.0017

0.0023

0.0026

Note 1:

Output power measured with a peak power meter.

R86841 BT EDR RF Port Page 48

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #3: Bandwidth

Date of Test: 5/18/2011

Test Engineer: John Caizzi

Test Location: FT7

Note 1:

Note 2:

Channel

Low

Mid

High

Frequency (MHz)

2402

2440

2480

Resolution

Bandwidth

100 kHz

100 kHz

100 kHz

20dB Bandwidth (kHz)

1383

1400

1400

20dB bandwidth measured using RB = 100 kHz, VB = 100 kHz (VB > RB)

99% bandwidth measured using RB = 100 kHz, VB = 300 kHz (VB >=3RB)

Resolution

Bandwidth

100 kHz

100 kHz

100 kHz

99% Bandwidth (kHz)

1248

1265

1265

R86841 BT EDR RF Port Page 49

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

R86841 BT EDR RF Port Page 50

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

Run #4: Channel Spacing and Number of Channels

Basic Mode

Channel Spacing:

20dB Bandwidth:

1000 kHz

1100 kHz

The channel spacing was measured in Basic rate mode with hopping enabled - see plot below showing channel spacing:

The channel spacing shall be greater than 2/3 times the widest 20dB bandwidth, as the ouput power is <0.125W.

Number of channels:

79 Max 20 Min (AFH enabled)

The number of channels was measured in Basic rate mode with hopping enabled with both the maximum (all) channels enabled and with the minimum number of channels enabled. The system shall employ a minimum of 15 hopping channels.

R86841 BT EDR RF Port Page 51

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

R86841 BT EDR RF Port Page 52

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

FCC 15.247/RSS-210

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83197

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: N/A

R86841 BT EDR RF Port Page 53

Client: Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg +

BT 2.1)

Contact: Ron Seide

Emissions Standard(s): EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

Immunity Standard(s): EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

-

Class: B

Environment: -

EMC Test Data

For The

Summit Data Communications

Model

SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Date of Last Test: 12/16/2011

R86841 Cover Page 54

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

Conducted Emissions

(Elliott Laboratories Fremont Facility, Semi-Anechoic Chamber)

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: B

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: 12/16/2011

Test Engineer: John Caizzi

Test Location: Fremont Chamber #5

Config. Used: 2

Config Change: none

Host Unit Voltage 120V / 60Hz & 230V / 50Hz

General Test Configuration

For tabletop equipment, the EUT host system was located on a wooden table inside the semi-anechoic chamber, 40 cm from a vertical coupling plane and 80cm from the LISN. The EUT was transmitting on 2437 MHz, 802.11g, 6 Mbps.

21 °C

33 %

Ambient Conditions:

Temperature:

Rel. Humidity:

Summary of Results

Run #

1

2

Test Performed

CE, AC Power, 230V/50Hz

CE, AC Power,120V/60Hz

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.

Limit

Class B

Class B

Result

Pass

Pass

Margin

31.0dBµV @ 0.687MHz (-15.0dB)

31.9dBµV @ 19.501MHz (-18.1dB)

R86841 CE MSD40 16-Dec-11 Page 55

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

Run #1: AC Power Port Conducted Emissions, 0.15 - 30MHz, 230V/50Hz

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: B

R86841 CE MSD40 16-Dec-11 Page 56

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

19.501

0.153

0.167

0.185

0.232

0.217

0.255

2.279

0.458

0.685

1.141

19.502

Preliminary peak readings captured during pre-scan (peak readings vs. average limit)

Frequency

MHz

0.153

Level dB

μV

53.0

AC

Line

Line

Limit

55.8

Class B

Margin

-2.8

Detector Comments

QP/Ave

Peak

0.163

0.178

0.185

0.195

52.3

49.8

49.1

48.1

Line

Line

Line

Line

55.3

54.6

54.3

53.9

-3.0

-4.8

-5.2

-5.8

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

0.202

0.234

0.250

0.687

0.271

0.464

0.916

2.173

10.533

47.6

45.1

43.9

37.0

41.5

36.9

35.9

35.2

35.6

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

53.6

52.3

51.7

46.0

51.1

46.6

46.0

46.0

50.0

-6.0

-7.2

-7.8

-9.0

-9.6

-9.7

-10.1

-10.8

-14.4

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

33.3

53.7

52.1

49.8

46.7

45.8

43.2

36.3

36.6

35.0

34.8

34.0

Line

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

50.0

55.8

55.1

54.3

52.4

52.9

51.6

46.0

46.7

46.0

46.0

50.0

-16.7

-2.1

-3.0

-4.5

-5.7

-7.1

-8.4

-9.7

-10.1

-11.0

-11.2

-16.0

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: B

R86841 CE MSD40 16-Dec-11 Page 57

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

19.501

0.153

0.153

0.167

0.167

0.185

0.185

0.232

0.463

0.463

0.916

0.916

2.173

2.173

10.533

10.533

19.501

Final quasi-peak and average readings

Frequency

MHz

0.153

Level dB

μV

17.5

AC

Line

Line

Limit

Class B

Margin

55.8

-38.3

0.153

0.163

0.163

0.178

46.1

16.8

44.7

16.1

Line

Line

Line

Line

65.8

55.3

65.3

54.6

-19.7

-38.5

-20.6

-38.5

0.178

0.185

0.185

0.195

0.195

0.202

0.202

0.687

0.687

42.8

15.9

41.8

15.7

40.8

15.4

40.1

31.0

36.5

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

64.6

54.3

64.3

53.8

63.8

53.5

63.5

46.0

56.0

-21.8

-38.4

-22.5

-38.1

-23.0

-38.1

-23.4

-15.0

-19.5

0.232

0.216

0.216

2.279

2.279

0.458

0.458

25.5

34.1

28.9

34.9

7.9

33.6

20.5

30.6

31.1

32.0

17.6

46.2

16.5

44.3

15.8

42.1

21.4

37.5

14.6

39.2

25.1

32.6

28.8

33.8

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

46.6

56.6

46.0

56.0

46.0

56.0

50.0

60.0

50.0

60.0

55.8

65.8

55.1

65.1

54.3

64.3

52.4

62.4

53.0

63.0

46.0

56.0

46.7

56.7

-24.9

-38.4

-23.8

-20.9

-23.4

-17.9

-22.9

-28.0

-38.2

-19.6

-38.6

-20.8

-38.5

-22.2

-31.0

-21.1

-22.5

-17.1

-21.1

-38.1

-22.4

-29.5

-29.4

-18.9

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

Detector Comments

QP/Ave

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: B

R86841 CE MSD40 16-Dec-11 Page 58

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

Frequency Level

MHz

0.685

0.685

dB

μV

29.4

34.8

1.141

1.141

19.502

19.502

27.7

34.5

30.2

31.3

AC

Line

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Limit

46.0

56.0

Class B

Margin

-16.6

-21.2

46.0

56.0

50.0

60.0

-18.3

-21.5

-19.8

-28.7

Detector Comments

QP/Ave

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: B

R86841 CE MSD40 16-Dec-11 Page 59

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

Run #2: AC Power Port Conducted Emissions, 0.15 - 30MHz, 120V/60Hz

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: B

R86841 CE MSD40 16-Dec-11 Page 60

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

Preliminary peak readings captured during pre-scan (peak readings vs. average limit)

Frequency

MHz

0.173

Level dB

μV

48.8

AC

Line

Line

Limit

54.8

Class B

Margin

-6.0

Detector Comments

QP/Ave

Peak

0.190

0.158

0.357

0.164

46.2

43.8

36.3

42.5

Line

Line

Line

Line

53.9

55.5

48.8

55.3

-7.7

-11.7

-12.5

-12.8

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

0.208

0.225

1.337

19.502

0.176

0.192

0.213

0.379

0.360

19.501

1.717

0.152

40.4

39.3

31.4

33.2

46.4

44.0

39.1

32.8

33.2

34.0

29.2

36.9

Line

Line

Line

Line

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

53.3

52.6

46.0

50.0

54.7

53.9

53.0

48.3

48.7

50.0

46.0

55.9

-12.9

-13.3

-14.6

-16.8

-8.3

-9.9

-13.9

-15.5

-15.5

-16.0

-16.8

-19.0

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

Peak

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: B

R86841 CE MSD40 16-Dec-11 Page 61

Client:

Summit Data Communications

Model: SDC-WB40 and SDC-MSD40NBT (1x1 802.11abg + BT 2.1)

Contact:

Standard:

Ron Seide

EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1/ FCC Part 15B

0.213

0.379

0.379

0.360

0.360

19.501

19.501

1.717

1.337

1.337

19.502

19.502

0.176

0.176

0.192

0.192

0.213

1.717

0.152

0.152

Final quasi-peak and average readings

Frequency

MHz

0.173

Level dB

μV

14.0

AC

Line

Line

Limit

Class B

Margin

54.8

-40.8

0.173

0.190

0.190

0.158

44.3

33.5

44.4

12.7

Line

Line

Line

Line

64.8

54.0

64.0

55.6

-20.5

-20.5

-19.6

-42.9

0.158

0.357

0.357

0.164

0.164

0.208

0.208

0.225

0.225

31.5

10.7

32.2

14.3

41.0

16.0

34.6

11.7

23.9

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

Line

65.6

48.8

58.8

55.3

65.3

53.3

63.3

52.6

62.6

-34.1

-38.1

-26.6

-41.0

-24.3

-37.3

-28.7

-40.9

-38.7

21.3

29.5

29.8

30.4

16.4

44.4

27.9

42.6

12.2

33.1

23.7

30.7

17.3

29.3

31.9

32.6

10.7

18.8

11.4

30.6

Line

Line

Line

Line

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

63.1

48.3

58.3

48.7

58.7

50.0

60.0

46.0

46.0

56.0

50.0

60.0

54.7

64.7

53.9

63.9

53.1

56.0

55.9

65.9

-30.0

-24.6

-27.6

-31.4

-29.4

-18.1

-27.4

-35.3

-24.7

-26.5

-20.2

-29.6

-38.3

-20.3

-26.0

-21.3

-40.9

-37.2

-44.5

-35.3

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

Detector Comments

QP/Ave

AVG

QP

AVG

QP

AVG

EMC Test Data

Job Number: J78403

T-Log Number: T83198

Account Manager: Christine Krebill

Class: B

R86841 CE MSD40 16-Dec-11 Page 62

Elliott Laboratories -- EMC Department

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