Japan - STD-T66 Bluetooth LE - WB45NBT.pdf

Japan - STD-T66 Bluetooth LE - WB45NBT.pdf
Japan Test Report
Equipment
: 45 Series WB module with Bluetooth
Model No.
: WB45NBT
Brand Name
: Laird Technologies
Applicant
: Laird Technologies
Address
: 11160 Thompson Ave. / Lenexa, Kansas /
66219 / USA
Standard
: ARIB STD-T66 Ver. 3.6
Received Date
: Jan. 11, 2014
Tested Date
: Jan. 23, 2014
Measurement was conducted by the following test method:
the test method of Ordinance Concerning Technical Regulations Conformity Certification
etc. of Specified Radio Equipment in Annex 1, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and
Communication notification in Annex “43” of Article 88, Paragraph 1 or the test method
more than equivalent.
We, International Certification Corp., would like to declare that the tested sample has been
evaluated and in compliance with the requirement of the above standards. The test results
contained in this report refer exclusively to the product. It may be duplicated completely for
legal use with the approval of the applicant. It shall not be reproduced except in full without
the written approval of our laboratory.
Approved & Reviewed by:
Gary Chang / Manager
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Table of Contents
1
GENERAL DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................... 5
1.1
Information.............................................................................................................................................. 5
1.2
Test Equipment and Calibration Data .................................................................................................... 7
1.3
Testing Applied Standards ..................................................................................................................... 8
1.4
Measurement Uncertainty ...................................................................................................................... 8
2
TEST CONFIGURATION ....................................................................................................................... 9
2.1
Testing Location and Conditions ............................................................................................................ 9
2.2
Supporting Units ..................................................................................................................................... 9
2.3
The Worst Test Modes and Channel Details ......................................................................................... 9
3
TRANSMITTER TEST RESULTS........................................................................................................10
3.1
Antenna Power .....................................................................................................................................10
3.2
Frequency Tolerance ...........................................................................................................................12
3.3
Occupied Bandwidth ............................................................................................................................13
3.4
Spreading Bandwidth and Factor .........................................................................................................14
3.5
Transmitter Spurious Emissions ...........................................................................................................15
3.6
Interference prevention function ...........................................................................................................16
4
RECEIVER TEST RESULTS ...............................................................................................................17
4.1
Receiver Spurious Emissions ...............................................................................................................17
5
PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE TEST CONFIGURATION .........................................................................18
6
TEST LABORATORY INFORMATION ...............................................................................................19
APPENDIX A. TEST RESULTS ...................................................................................................................... A1
APPENDIX B. ANTENNA INFORMATION..................................................................................................... B1
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Release Record
Report No.
Version
JR411703AE
Rev. 01
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Description
Issued Date
Initial issue
Apr. 23, 2014
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Summary of Test Results
Ref. Std. Clause
3.2(2)(3)
Description
Result
Antenna Power
Pass
3.2(4)
Frequency Tolerance
Pass
3.2(6)
Transmitter Spurious Emission
Pass
3.2(7)
Occupied Bandwidth
Pass
3.2(8)
Spreading Bandwidth
Pass
3.2(9)
Spreading Factor
Pass
3.3(1)
Receiver Emission
Pass
Interference prevention function
Pass
3.5
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1
General Description
1.1
Information
1.1.1
Specification of the Equipment under Test (EUT)
Power Type
3.3Vdc & 1.8Vdc from host
Type(s) of Modulation /
Technology
FHSS / GFSK = 1Mbps
Frequency Range (MHz) 2402 ~ 2480 MHz
Total Channel Number
40
HW Version
1
SW Version
3.4.0.6
1.1.2
Accessories
N/A
1.1.3
Antenna Details
Brand
Model
Ant. No.
Type
Connector
Antenna Gain (dBi)
Dipole
SMA Jack Reverse
2
1
MAG.LAYERS
EDA-1513-25GR2-B2-CY
2
Larid
NanoBlade-IP04
PCB Dipole
UFL
2
3
Laird
NanoBlue-IP04
PCB Dipole
UFL
2
4
MAG.LAYERS
PCA-4606-2G4C1-A13-CY
PCB Dipole
UFL
2.21
5
Larid
MAF95310 Mini NanoBlade Flex
PCB Dipole
UFL
2.79
6
Ethertronics
WLAN_1000146
PIFA
UFL
2.5
Note: Please refer to Appendix B for more details about antenna pattern and other information.
1.1.4
Antenna Power
Operating Mode
Rated Power (mW)
Measured Condcuted
Power (mW)
Radiated Power (mW)
LE
6.5
6.5
12.36
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1.1.5
Channel List
Frequency band (MHz)
2400~2483.5
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
Channel
Frequency
(MHz)
37
2402
9
2422
18
2442
28
2462
0
2404
10
2424
19
2444
29
2464
1
2406
38
2426
20
2446
30
2466
2
2408
11
2428
21
2448
31
2468
3
2410
12
2430
22
2450
32
2470
4
2412
13
2432
23
2452
33
2472
5
2414
14
2434
24
2454
34
2474
6
2416
15
2436
25
2456
35
2476
7
2418
16
2438
26
2458
36
2478
8
2420
17
2440
27
2460
39
2480
1.1.6
Test Tool and Power Setting
Test Tool
BlueSuite V. 2.5
Modulation Mode
GFSK/1Mbps
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Test Frequency (MHz)
2402
2440
2480
Default
Default
Default
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1.1.7
Protection Method for High Frequency and Modulation Section
Protected Method
Shielding Case
Description
RF and Modulation components are covered with shielding case and this
shielding case is soldered.
Photo
1.2
Test Equipment and Calibration Data
Test Item
RF Conducted
Test Site
(TH01-WS)
Instrument
Manufacturer
Model No.
Serial No.
Calibration Date
Calibration Until
Spectrum Analyzer
R&S
FSV 40
101063
Feb. 18, 2013
Feb. 17, 2014
Power Meter
Anritsu
ML2495A
1241002
Oct. 24, 2013
Oct. 23, 2014
Power Sensor
Anritsu
MA2411B
1027366
Oct. 24, 2013
Oct. 23, 2014
Note: Calibration Interval of instruments listed above is one year.
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1.3
Testing Applied Standards
According to the specifications of the manufacturer, the EUT must comply with the requirements of the
following standards:
ARIB STD-T66 Ver. 3.6
1.4
Measurement Uncertainty
ISO/IEC 17025 requires that an estimate of the measurement uncertainties associated with the emissions test
results be included in the report. The measurement uncertainties given below are based on a 95% confidence
level (based on a coverage factor (k=2)
Measurement Uncertainty
Parameters
Uncertainty
Frequency error
±44.076 Hz
Bandwidth
±44.076 Hz
Conducted power
±0.551 dB
TX Conducted emission
±2.687 dB
RX Conducted emission
±3.148 dB
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2
Test Configuration
2.1
Testing Location and Conditions
2.2
2.3
Test Site
Site Category
Ambient Condition
Tested By
TH01-WS
OVEN Room
23.1℃ / 58%
Jack Li
Supporting Units
Support Unit
Brand
Model
FCC ID
PC
DELL
Precision T1650
DoC
The Worst Test Modes and Channel Details
Test item
Antenna Power
Frequency Tolerance
Transmitter Spurious Emission
Occupied Bandwidth
Spreading Bandwidth
Collateral Emission of Receiver
Spreading Factor
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Test Frequency
(MHz)
BT LE
2402 / 2440 / 2480
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Transmitter Test Results
3.1
Antenna Power
3.1.1
Limit of Antenna Power
Mode
Limit
1) FH, FH+DS, FH+OFDM
3 mW / MHz
2) OFDM(Narrow- bandwidht), DS
10 mW / MHz
3) Other than 1) & 2)
10mW
4) OFDM (Wide-band)
5 mW / MHz
3.1.2
Tolerance
+20 % , -80 %
Test Procedures
1.
A power meter is connected on the IF output port of the spectrum analyzer. Adjust the spectrum
analyzer to have the center frequency the same with the measured carrier.RBW=VBW=1MHz, detector
mode is positive peak. Turn off the averaging function and use zero span.
2.
The calibrating signal power shall be reduced to 0 dBm and it shall be verified that the power meter
reading also reduces by 10 dB. Connect the equipment to be measured. Using the following settings of
the spectrum analyzer in combination with "max hold" function, find the frequency of highest power
output in the power envelope: center frequency equal to operating frequency; RBW & VBW: 1 MHz;
detector mode: positive peak; averaging: off; span: 3 times the spectrum width; amplitude: adjust for
middle of the instrument's range. The frequency found shall be recorded.
3.
Set the center frequency of the spectrum analyzer to the found frequency and switch to zero span. The
power meter indicates the measured power density “E”. Remove the EUT and put the replacing
standard signal generator (SSG). Set the standard signal generator (SSG) at same frequency and
transmit on, then set SSG output power at Pt to give the equivalent output level of “E”.
4.
Calculate antenna power density by the formula below PD = Pt + 10*log(1/x).
x: The duty cycle of the EUT in continuously transmitting mode.
Pt: Output power of the SSG.
5.
Antenna Power Error is definition that actual measure antenna power tolerance between + 20% to 80% power range that base on manufacturer declare the conducted power density.
3.1.3
Test Setup
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3.1.4
Test Result of Maximum Transmit Power
Reference Documents
Test Mode
Appendix A 19-LE
LE
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3.2
Frequency Tolerance
3.2.1
Limit of Frequency Tolerance
Frequency tolerance shall be +/- 50ppm.
3.2.2
Test Procedures
1.
Set Span = 150kHz, RBW = 1kHz, VBW = 30kHz, Sweep time = Auto, detector = Peak.
2.
Use Peak search function to find the max peak value and record this value (RF).
3.
Calculate frequency tolerance by below formula
FT(ppm) = { (RF) – (MF) / (MF) } × 1000000
(FT: Frequency Tolerance, RF: Reading Frequency, MF: Measurement Frequency.)
3.2.3
Test Setup
3.2.4
Test Result of Frequency Tolerance
Reference Documents
Test Mode
Appendix A 19-LE
LE
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3.3
Occupied Bandwidth
3.3.1
Limit of Occupied Bandwidth
3.3.2
Mode
Limit (MHz)
FH
83.5
FH+DS
83.5
FH+OFDM
83.5
OFDM(Narrow- bandwidht), DS
26
Others
26
OFDM (Wide-band)
38
Test Procedures
1.
Set Span = 40MHz, RBW = VBW = 300kHz, detector = Peak, Sweep time = Auto.
2.
Enable OBW function of spectrum analyzer to measure OBW and capture test plot.
3.3.3
Test Setup
3.3.4
Test Result of Occupied Bandwidth
Reference Documents
Test Mode
Appendix A 19-LE
LE
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3.4
Spreading Bandwidth and Factor
3.4.1
Limit of Spreading Bandwidth and Factor
Item
Limit
Spreading bandwidth
≥ 500kHz
Spreading factor for DSSS (operates at 2400~2483.5 MHz)
≥5
Spreading factor for DSSS (operates at 2471~2497 MHz)
≥ 10
3.4.2
Test Procedures
1.
Set Span = 20MHz, RBW = VBW = 300kHz, detector = Peak, Sweep time = Auto.
2.
Enable OBW (90%) function of spectrum analyzer to measure OBW (90%) and capture test plot.
3.4.3
Test Setup
3.4.4
Test Result of Spreading Bandwidth and Factor
Reference Documents
Test Mode
Appendix A 19-LE
LE
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3.5
Transmitter Spurious Emissions
3.5.1
Limit of Transmitter Spurious Emissions
Item
Limits
≤ 2.5 μW (2387MHz > f ; 2496.5MHz < f ).
Tx Spurious Emission
3.5.2
≤ 25 μW.
(2387MHz ≤ f < 2400MHz) and (2483.5MHz < f ≤ 2496.5MHz).
Test Procedures
1.
Set EUT to transmit at rated power and channel to perform test.
2.
Set RBW = VBW = 1MHz, Detector type = Peak, Sweep time = Auto.
3.
Following above setting of spectrum analyzer to measure spurious emission of 30~12750 MHz.
3.5.3
Test Setup
3.5.4
Test Result of Transmitter Spurious Emissions
Reference Documents
Test Mode
Appendix A 19-LE
LE
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3.6
Interference prevention function
3.6.1
Limit of Interference Prevention Function
Limits
The identification code shall be 48 bits long
3.6.2
Test Procedures
1.
Set EUT under operating mode and link up with companion equipment
2.
Check communication status between EUT and companion equipment is normal
3.
Confirm the MAC address of EUT
3.6.3
Test Setup
3.6.4
Test Result of Interference Prevention Function
Reference Documents
Test Mode
Appendix A 19-LE
LE
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Receiver Test Results
4.1
Receiver Spurious Emissions
4.1.1
Limit of Receiver Spurious Emissions
Item
Limits
Rx Spurious Emission
4.1.2
≤ 4nW (f < 1GHz).
≤ 20nW (1GHz ≤ f).
Test Procedures
1.
Set EUT to transmit at rated power and channel to perform test
2.
Set RBW = VBW = 100kHz, detector = Peak, Sweep time = Auto for emission measurement below
1GHz.
3.
Set RBW = VBW=1MHz, detector = Peak, Sweep time = Auto for emission measurement above 1GHz.
4.1.3
Test Setup
4.1.4
Test Result of Receiver Spurious Emissions
Reference Documents
Test Mode
Appendix A 19-LE
LE
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7. Limitation of Collateral Emission of
Receiver
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Photographs of the Test Configuration
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Test laboratory information
Established in 2012, ICC provides foremost EMC & RF Testing and advisory consultation services by our
skilled engineers and technicians. Our services employ a wide variety of advanced edge test equipment and
one of the widest certification extents in the business.
International Certification Corp, it is our definitive objective is to institute long term, trust-based associations
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Our Test sites are located at Linkou District and Kwei Shan Hsiang. Location map can be found on our
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International Ceritification Corp.
Appendix A 19-LE
1. General Information
Specified Radio Eqipment
Class
Article 2 Paragraph 1 Item 19
Model
WB45NBT
Type of Emission
G1D
Serial No.
NA
Modulation Type
FHSS: LE
Antenna Power
6.5
Frequency
2412~2472 MHz
mW
ICC No.
JR411703
Test Date
2014/1/23
Test Location
ICC Lab.
Temp. / Humid.
23.1℃ / 58%
Test Conducted By
Name
Jack
Department
Radio Service Group
2. Test Results
Test Voltage
Testing for Electrical Specification
Normal Voltage ( 3.3V &1.8V)
V
Test Frequency
MHz
2402
2440
2480
Remarks
Low/Mid/High of test frequency range
Measured Frequency
MHz
Frequency Error
ppm
1.71
1.84
1.77
Limit ≦ 50 ppm
Occupied Bandwidth
MHz
1.27
1.24
1.26
Limit ≦ 26 MHz (RB/VB : 300kHz)
Spread-spectrum Bandwidth
MHz
0.85
0.85
0.85
Spread Factor Limit ≧ 5 (DSSS and FHSS)
μW
0.01459
0.01432
0.01337
Limit ≦ 2.5 µW (-26 dBm)
μW
3.38844
0.03741
0.01531
Limit ≦ 25 µW (-16 dBm)
※1
2402.0041 2440.0045 2480.0044
Unwanted Emission Intensity
※2
(Power emission within 1MHz
※3
bandwidth)
※4
μW
0.01514
0.01995
0.28840
Limit ≦ 25 µW (-16 dBm)
μW
0.05370
0.06471
0.05546
Limit ≦ 2.5 µW (-26 dBm)
Antenna Power (Conducted)
mW
4.43846
5.46050
6.50478
Limit ≦ 10 mW (10 dBm)
Antenna Power Error
mW
-2.06154
-1.03950
0.00478
Limitation of Collateral
Emission of Receiver
Limit + 20% ~ - 80%
%
-31.72
-15.99
0.07
※5
nW
0.0009
0.0014
0.0008
Limit ≦ 4 nW (-54 dBm)
※6
nW
0.0664
0.0644
0.0568
Limit ≦ 20 nW (-47 dBm)
sec
-
-
Hopping Frequency Dwell Time
Radio Interference Prevention Function
ID Code
NR
Carrier Sense
NR
Limit ≦ 0.4 sec (In 0.4 sec × spreading rate)
Good, MAC Address 00-17-23-00-00-01
NR: Not Require
NR
※ 1: Frequency Band 1 (30 MHz ≦ f ≦ 2387 MHz)
※ 4: Frequency Band 4 (2496.5 MHz ≦ f < 12.5 GHz)
※ 2: Frequency Band 2 (2387 MHz < f ≦ 2400 MHz)
※ 5: Frequency Band 5 (30 MHz ≦ f < 1000 MHz)
※ 3: Frequency Band 3 (2483.5 MHz ≦ f < 2496.5 MHz)
※ 6: Frequency Band 6 (1000 MHz ≦ f < 12.5 GHz)
3. Antenna Power (Conducted Power)
Testing for Electrical Specification
Test Voltage
Normal Voltage ( 3.3V &1.8V)
V
Test Frequency
MHz
2402
2440
2480
Power Meter Form EUT
5.31
Remarks
dBm
3.65
4.55
Cable Loss
dB
1.04
1.04
1.04
Refer to Calibration Result
Tranmsitter Duty Cycle Factor
dB
1.78
1.78
1.78
Duty Factor = 10 × 10Log10(1/Duty Cycle)
Antenna Power (Conducted)
dBm
6.47
7.37
8.13
Limit ≦ 10 mW (10 dBm)
Antenna Power (Conducted)
mW
4.4385
5.4605
6.5048
Antenna Power Error
mW
-2.0615
-1.0395
0.0048
%
-31.72
-15.99
0.4316
0.07
Tranmsitter ONTime
msec
Tranmsitter (ON+OFF)Time
msec
0.6506
%
66.34%
Tranmsitter Duty Cycle
Limit + 20% ~ - 80%
RBW : 1 MHz ; VBW : 1 MHz ; SP : 0Hz
4. Transmission Radiation Angle Width (This test item will not be applied to the EIRP power is lower than 12.14dBm/MHz)
Cable
Antenna
Antenna Power
No.
A
Type
(dBm/MHz)
Gain B
(dBi)
3dB
Beamwidth
Horizontal
(Degree)
3dB
Beamwidth
Vertical
(Degree)
Model
Length
Loss C
(m)
(dB)
Tatal Gain
D=B-C
(dBi)
EIRP
F=A+D
Permited
Judgement
Angle
Remarks (Antenna Model)
(dBm/MHz (Degree)
1
8.13
Dipole
2.00
2.00
10.13
360.00
Good
MAG.LAYERS/EDA-1513-25GR2-B2-CY
2
8.13
PCB Dipole
2.00
2.00
10.13
360.00
Good
Larid/NanoBlade-IP04
3
8.13
PCB Dipole
2.00
2.00
10.13
360.00
Good
Laird/NanoBlue-IP04
4
8.13
PCB Dipole
2.21
2.21
10.34
360.00
Good
MAG.LAYERS/PCA-4606-2G4C1-A13-CY
5
8.13
PCB Dipole
2.79
2.79
10.92
360.00
Good
Larid/MAF95310 Mini NanoBlade Flex
6
8.13
PIFA
2.50
2.50
10.63
360.00
Good
Ethertronics/WLAN_1000146
Antenna
5. Transmission Antenna Gain (EIRP Power) (This test item will not be applied to the EIRP power is lower than 12.14dBm/MHz)
Cable Loss Between SG and
Replacing Standard
Output Level from SG
EIRP Power Radiated Measurement
Replacing Antenna
Antenna Gain
Test Frequency
(Pt)
EIRP = Pt – L + Gt
(L)
(Gt)
(dBm)
(dB)
(dBi)
(dBm)
(MHz)
Remarks (Antenna Model)
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
6. Unwanted Emission Intensity
Test Voltage
V
Test Frequency
Unwanted Emission
Frequency
Normal Voltage ( 3.3V &1.8V)
MHz
2402
2440
2480
※1
MHz
2361.40
2310.30
2375.10
※2
MHz
2399.99
2399.82
2391.51
※3
MHz
2490.72
2491.51
2483.53
Remarks
RBW : 1 MHz ; VBW : 1 MHz
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Unwanted Emission Intensity
International Ceritification Corp.
Cable Loss
Spectrum Raw
Unwanted Emission Intensity
Unwanted Emission Intensity
※4
MHz
7889.50
10538.50
※1
dB
1.04
1.04
7889.50
1.04
※2
dB
1.04
1.04
1.04
※3
dB
1.04
1.04
1.04
※4
dB
1.49
1.49
1.49
※1
dBm
-49.40
-49.48
-49.78
※2
dBm
-25.74
-45.31
-49.19
※3
dBm
-49.24
-48.04
-36.44
※4
dBm
-44.19
-43.38
-44.05
※1
dBm
-48.36
-48.44
-48.74
Limit ≦ 2.5 µW (-26 dBm)
※2
dBm
-24.70
-44.27
-48.15
Limit ≦ 25 µW (-16 dBm)
※3
dBm
-48.20
-47.00
-35.40
Limit ≦ 25 µW (-16 dBm)
※4
dBm
-42.70
-41.89
-42.56
Limit ≦ 2.5 µW (-26 dBm)
※1
μW
0.0146
0.0143
0.0134
Limit ≦ 2.5 µW (-26 dBm)
※2
μW
3.3884
0.0374
0.0153
Limit ≦ 25 µW (-16 dBm)
※3
μW
0.0151
0.0200
0.2884
Limit ≦ 25 µW (-16 dBm)
※4
μW
0.0537
0.0647
0.0555
Limit ≦ 2.5 µW (-26 dBm)
※ 1: Frequency Band 1 (30 MHz ≦ f ≦ 2387 MHz)
※ 4: Frequency Band 4 (2496.5 MHz ≦ f < 12.5 GHz)
※ 2: Frequency Band 2 (2387 MHz < f ≦ 2400 MHz)
※ 5: Frequency Band 5 (30 MHz ≦ f < 1000 MHz)
※ 3: Frequency Band 3 (2483.5 MHz ≦ f < 2496.5 MHz)
※ 6: Frequency Band 6 (1000 MHz ≦ f < 12.5 GHz)
7. Limitation of Collateral Emission of Receiver
Test Voltage
V
Test Frequency
Spurious Emission
Frequency
Limitation of Collateral Emission
Cable Loss
Spectrum Raw
Spurious Emission Intensity
Spurious Emission Intensity
Remarks
Normal Voltage ( 3.3V &1.8V)
MHz
2402
2440
2480
※5
MHz
917.90
661.00
661.00
1st
※5
MHz
-
-
-
2nd
※5
MHz
-
-
-
3rd
※6
MHz
10528.00
7898.00
※6
MHz
-
-
-
※6
MHz
-
-
-
3rd
※5
dB
0.49
0.49
0.49
1st
10528.00 1st
2nd
※5
dB
-
-
-
2nd
※5
dB
-
-
-
3rd
※6
dB
1.04
1.04
1.04
1st
※6
dB
-
-
-
2nd
※6
dB
-
-
-
3rd
※5
dBm
-91.13
-88.92
-91.48
1st
※5
dBm
-
-
-
2nd
※5
dBm
-
-
-
3rd
※6
dBm
-72.82
-72.95
-73.50
1st
※6
dBm
-
-
-
2nd
※6
dBm
-
-
-
3rd
※5
dBm
-90.64
-88.43
-90.99
1st
※5
dBm
-
-
-
2nd
※5
dBm
-
-
-
3rd
※6
dBm
-71.78
-71.91
-72.46
1st
※6
dBm
-
-
-
2nd
※6
dBm
-
-
-
30MHz~1000MHz:: Maximum
emission and all emissions beyond
1/10 of the limitation must be
indicated.
1000MHz~12.5GHz:: Maximum
emission and all emissions beyond
1/10 of the limitation must be
indicated.
Limit ≦ 4 nW (-54 dBm)
RBW : 100 kHz ; VBW : 100 kHz
※5
nW
0.0009
0.0014
0.0008
Limit ≦ 20 nW (-47 dBm)
RBW : 1 MHz ; VBW : 1 MHz
3rd
Total Emission Power
※5
nW
0.0009
0.0014
0.0008
1st
※5
nW
-
-
2nd
※5
nW
-
-
-
3rd
※6
nW
0.0664
0.0644
0.0568
Total Emission Power
※6
nW
0.0664
0.0644
0.0568
1st
※6
nW
-
-
-
2nd
※6
nW
-
-
-
3rd
Limit ≦ 4 nW (-54 dBm)
RBW : 100 kHz ; VBW : 100 kHz
Limit ≦ 20 nW (-47 dBm)
RBW : 1 MHz ; VBW : 1 MHz
※ 1: Frequency Band 1 (30 MHz ≦ f ≦ 2387 MHz)
※ 4: Frequency Band 4 (2496.5 MHz ≦ f < 12.5 GHz)
※ 2: Frequency Band 2 (2387 MHz < f ≦ 2400 MHz)
※ 5: Frequency Band 5 (30 MHz ≦ f < 1000 MHz)
※ 3: Frequency Band 3 (2483.5 MHz ≦ f < 2496.5 MHz)
※ 6: Frequency Band 6 (1000 MHz ≦ f < 12.5 GHz)
Appendix A - Page A2
International Ceritification Corp.
Power Supply Voltage Fluctuation Test
Voltage Fluctuation Test
Manufacturer
Declaration Voltage
Operating Range
Input DC Power
Output DC Power
Voltage Variation(%)
Normal Voltage
High Voltage
Low Voltage
5
5.5
4.5
5
3.2829
-
5.5
3.2861
0.000975
4.5
3.2814
-0.000457
Note: Voltage Variation (%) = (Output High or Low Voltage - Output Normal Voltage)/Output Normal Voltage X 100
During the input supply voltage to the EUT from the external power source is varied by +/- 10%, if output
voltage had been confirmed that the fluctuation of power supply to the RF circuit of EUT (excluding power
source) is equal to or less than +/- 1%. Exempt extremely high and low supply voltage condition tests,
EUT only operated in normal voltage to test all regulations.
Power Supply Voltage Fluctuation Test
Voltage Fluctuation Test
Manufacturer
Declaration Voltage
Operating Range
Input DC Power
Output DC Power
Voltage Variation(%)
Normal Voltage
High Voltage
Low Voltage
5
5.5
4.5
5
1.7927
-
5.5
1.7976
0.002733
4.5
1.7913
-0.000781
Note: Voltage Variation (%) = (Output High or Low Voltage - Output Normal Voltage)/Output Normal Voltage X 100
During the input supply voltage to the EUT from the external power source is varied by +/- 10%, if output
voltage had been confirmed that the fluctuation of power supply to the RF circuit of EUT (excluding power
source) is equal to or less than +/- 1%. Exempt extremely high and low supply voltage condition tests,
EUT only operated in normal voltage to test all regulations.
Appendix C - Page C3
International Ceritification Corp.
Calibration Result
1. Linearity Check
SG Output
(dBm)
0
-5
-10
0
-5
-10
Spectrum Raw
(dBm)
-0.69
-5.6
-10.59
-1.35
-6.34
-11.25
Power Meter Raw
Remark
(dBm)
・SG Test Frequency : 2450 MHz
-0.85
・RBW : 1 MHz ; VBW : 1 MHz ; SP : 0Hz
-5.76
・ATT(30dB) ; Ref : 20 dBm
-10.74
・SG Test Frequency : 5250 MHz
-1.96
・RBW : 1 MHz ; VBW : 1 MHz ; SP : 0Hz
-6.89
・ATT(30dB) ; Ref : 20 dBm
-11.88
2. Frequency Accuracy Confirmation
SG Output
(dBm)
2450
5250
Spectrum Raw
(MHz)
2450.0012
5250.0036
Freqquency Error
Remark
(ppm)
・SG Output : 0dBm
0.4898
・RWB : 30 kHz ; VBW : 30 kHz : SP : 300kHz
0.6857
・Limit ≦ 10% of frequency error limits
3. Cable Loss
SG Output
(MHz)
1000
2450
5250
12500
26000
Power Meter Raw Power Meter Raw
Without Cable
With Cable
(dBm)
(dBm)
-0.23
-0.72
-0.87
-1.91
-1.67
-3.16
-3.69
-6.53
-5.55
-8.91
Cable Loss
Remark
(dB)
0.49
1.04
1.49
2.84
3.36
・SG Output : 0dBm
4. Power Measurement System Loss (EUT Output to IF Output of Spectrum)
SG Output
Spectrum Raw
(MHz)
2450
5250
(dBm)
-1.03
-5.39
Power Meter Raw System Path Loss
Remark
With Cable form IF
EUT to IF
(dBm)
(dB)
・SG : 0 dBm
-20.58
19.71
・RBW : 1 MHz ; VBW : 1 MHz ; SP : 0Hz
-25.09
23.42
・ATT(30dB) ; Ref : 20 dBm
Appendix C - Page C4
Appendix B. Antenna Information
APPROVAL SHEET
(RoHS)
Summitdata
CUSTOMER
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PART NO.
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DESCRIPTION
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DATE
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B ((M
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Raaddiiaattiioonn…
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Peeaakk G
Gaaiinn…
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RG
G--117788
22..22 A
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Coovveerr…
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……
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PE
EE
E
22..33 A
Anntteennnnaa B
Baassee…
……
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PC
C
22..44 O
Oppeerraattiinngg TTeem
mpp.................................. --2200℃
℃ ~~ ++6655℃
℃
22..55 S
Sttoorraaggee TTeem
mpp.......................................... --3300℃
℃ ~~ ++7755℃
℃
22..66 C
Coolloorr........................................................................ B
Bllaacckk
22..77 C
Coonnnneeccttoorr...................................................... S
SM
MA
AM
Maallee R
RP
P ((C
Cuu))
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Pattern Field:H plane
Frequency(MHz):2400~2500.
Pattern Field:E plane
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Pattern Field:H plane
Frequency(MHz):5150-5850.
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Nanoblade
Internal Wireless Device Antenna
Innovative Technology
for a Connected World
Nanoblade Internal Embedded Antenna
The evolution of technology has brought the need to communicate everywhere
and at all times without being confined to one space. Laird Technologies’ internal wireless
device antennas feature wide bandwidth to enhance the performance and application of
portable wireless devices based on standards such as 802.11 and Bluetooth®. The antennas
are specifically designed to be embedded inside devices for aesthetically pleasing integration
with high durability.
Features
Markets
• Covers 2.4 to 2.5 GHz for 802.11b,
and 4.9 to 6 GHz for 802.11a and
all US, European, and Japanese
WLAN applications
• Bluetooth® devices
• Coaxial cable pigtail with various
connector choices
• Omnidirectional patterns at all frequencies
with increased gain in upper bands for
optimal coverage
• Conformance to European RoHS
Directive 2002/95/EC
global solutions: local support
Americas: +1.847 839.6907
IAS-AmericasEastSa[email protected]
Europe: +1.32.80.7866.12
[email protected]
Asia: +1.65.6.243.8022
[email protected]
www.lairdtech.com
TM
• IEEE 802.11 devices
Nanoblade
Internal Wireless Device Antenna
Innovative Technology
for a Connected World
Electrical Specifications
Frequency
2.4 - 2.5 GHz, 4.9 - 6 GHz
Gain
2 dBi (2.4-2.5 GHz), 3.9 dBi (5.15-5.35 GHz), 4 dBi (5.6 GHz)
Polarization
Vertical, Omnidirectional
Nominal Impedance
50 ohms
VSWR
2.:1 max across all bands
Size
2" x 0.65"
CABLE And CONNECTORS
Model Number Part Number
Cable
Connector
NanoBlade-MMCX4 CAF94504
100mm, rg-178
RA-MMCX
NanoBlade-IP04 CAF94505
100mm, Ø 1.13mm
IPEX MHF
Elevation Patterns, Phi=0
2.45 GHz
5.29 GHz
5582.5 MHz
ANT-DS-NANOBLADE 0909
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with the end user, since Laird Technologies and its agents cannot be aware of all potential uses. Laird Technologies makes no warranties as to the fitness, merchantability or suitability of any Laird Technologies materials or products for any
specific or general uses. Laird Technologies shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any kind. All Laird Technologies products are sold pursuant to the Laird Technologies’ Terms and Conditions of sale in effect from time
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Laird Technologies, Inc. or an affiliate company thereof. Other product or service names may be the property of third parties. Nothing herein provides a license under any Laird Technologies or any third party intellectual property rights.
Embedded Internal Antenna
NanoBlue
Innovative Technology
for a Connected World
The evolution of technology has brought the need to communicate everywhere and at all times without
being confined to one space. Laird Technologies’ internal wireless device antennas feature wide bandwidth
to enhance the performance and application of portable wireless devices based on standards such as 802.11
and Bluetooth®. The antennas are specifically designed to be embedded inside devices for aesthetically
pleasing integration with high durability.
FEATURES
•
•
•
•
•
Versatile and easy to use antenna for 2.4 to 2.5 GHz Bluetooth
and IEEE 802.11 devices
Designed for easy connection to radio cards
Utilizes patented PCB Microsphere technology
Has a ground plane incorporated into the resonator structure, therefore
no additional ground plane is required to radiate efficiently
Conformance to European RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
Specifications
Antenna Patterns
Azimuth Plane @ 2.45 GHz
Parameter
Frequency range
2.4-2.5 GHz
Gain
2 dBi
Polarization
Linear
Impedance
50 ohms
VSWR
<2.5:1
Dimensions (L x W x H)
1.88” x .5” x .032”
Weight
2g
Cable & connector
Model
Part #
Cable
Connector
NanoBlue-IP04
MAF94045
100mm,
ø 1.13mm
IPEX MHF
NanoBlue-FL04
MAF64102
100mm,
RG178
Flying lead
Elevation Plane @ 2.45 GHz
phi = 0
Elevation Plane @ 2.45 GHz
phi = 90
global solutions: local support
TM
Americas: +1.847 839.6907
[email protected]
Europe: +1.32.80.7866.12
[email protected]
Asia: +1.65.6.243.8022
[email protected]
www.lairdtech.com
ANT-DS-NanoBlue 0909
Any information furnished by Laird Technologies, Inc. and its agents is believed to be accurate and reliable. All specifications are subject to change without notice. Responsibility for the use and application of
Laird Technologies materials rests with the end user, since Laird Technologies and its agents cannot be aware of all potential uses. Laird Technologies makes no warranties as to the fitness, merchantability
or suitability of any Laird Technologies materials or products for any specific or general uses. Laird Technologies shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any kind. All Laird Technologies
products are sold pursuant to the Laird Technologies’ Terms and Conditions of sale in effect from time to time, a copy of which will be furnished upon request. © Copyright 2009 Laird Technologies, Inc. All
Rights Reserved. Laird, Laird Technologies, the Laird Technologies Logo, and other marks are trade marks or registered trade marks of Laird Technologies, Inc. or an affiliate company thereof. Other product
or service names may be the property of third parties. Nothing herein provides a license under any Laird Technologies or any third party intellectual property rights.
APPROVAL SHEET
(RoHS)
CUSTOMER
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CUSTOMER’S
PART NO.
:
DESCRIPTION
: PCB DIPOLE ANTENNA ASSEMBLY
PART NO.
: PCA-4606-2G4C1-A13-CY
DATE
:
AUTHORIZED BY :
Marco Hsu
FULLY
APPROVED
PARTIALLY
APPROVED
REJECTED
SIGN
SUGGESTION
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MAG. LAYERS SCIENTIFIC-TECHNICS CO., LTD
HEAD OFFICE / HSINCHU PLANT
No 18, Tz-Chiang Road, Hsin-Chu Industrial Park, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan
TEL: +886-3-5972488
FAX: +886-3-5972477
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Antenna Specification
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PR
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FFrreeqquueennccyy R
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GH
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mN
Noom
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Reettuurrnn LLoossss…
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B ((M
Maaxx))
11..55
R
Raaddiiaattiioonn…
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Om
mnnii--ddiirreeccttiioonnaall
11..66
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Gaaiinn((ppeeaakk)) …
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Bii
11..77
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Poollaarriizzaattiioonn…
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Veerrttiiccaall
11..88
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Addm
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Poow
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HY
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ALL P
PR
RO
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Caabbllee.................................................................... C
Cooaaxxiiaall C
Caabbllee ∮
∮11..1133 BBllaacckk
22..22 A
Anntteennnnaa B
Booddyy…
……
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……
……
… FFR
R--44 ((黑
黑漆
漆噴
噴錫
錫板
板))
22..33 O
Oppeerraattiinngg TTeem
mpp.................................. --2200℃
℃ ~~ ++6655℃
℃
22..44
S
Sttoorraaggee TTeem
mpp.......................................... --3300℃
℃ ~~ ++7755℃
℃
22..55
C
Coonnnneeccttoorr…
……
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NO
OV
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Mechanical Specification
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Test Report
E
ELLE
EC
CTTR
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CA
ALL C
CH
HA
AR
RA
AC
CTTE
ER
RIIS
STTIIC
CS
S
P/NO: PCA-4606-2G4C1-A13
Spec: 2.4GHz ~ 2.5GHz
S11
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■ Experimental Setup
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Frequency(MHz):2400~2500.
Pattern Field:X-Y plane
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Pattern Field:Y-Z plane
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MAF95310 Mini NanoBlade Flex
Embedded Wireless Antenna
MAF95310 MINI NANOBLADE FLEX ANTENNA
Laird Technologies’ internal wireless antennas feature flexible printed circuit
board type antenna that is multiband character to support WLAN application.
The antennas are specifically designed to be embedded inside devices by
adhered the antenna to device housing internally for aesthetically pleasing
integration.
FEATURES


Covering dual band frequencies:
2.4 GHz to 2.5 GHz and 4.9 GHz to
5.875
Conformance to RoHS
MARKETS
 802.11 b/g/n WLAN applications
 Bluetooth®
TYPICAL ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency
2.4 GHz ~ 2.5 GHz, 4.9GHz ~ 5.875 GHz
Gain
2.79 dBi @ 2.4 GHz
3.38 dBi @ 5 GHz
VSWR
2:1
Average Efficiency
68% @ 2.4 GHz
59% @ 5 GHz
Polarization
Vertical, Omni-directional Radiation Pattern
Nominal Impedance
50 Ohms
Mechanical Size
36 mm x 12 mm x 0.1 mm
RoHS
Compliant
* The antenna specification based on the antenna adheres to a plastic housing. It will vary
according to customer design environment.
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MAF95310 Mini NanoBlade Flex
Embedded Wireless Antenna
Cables and Connectors
Part No
MAF95310
Cable
1.13 coax cable, Lc = 185±4 mm
Connector
IPEX MHF I
MAF95310 Return Loss
Orientation
A
MAF95310 Mini NanoBlade Flex
Embedded Wireless Antenna
MAF95310 TYPICAL RADIATION PATTERNS
MAF95310 Mini NanoBlade Antenna
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PRODUCT: WLAN
Part No. 1000146
PresttaTM WLAN
Embedded Antenna
2.4/4.9/5.2/5.8 GHz (802.11 a/b/g/n + Japan)
KEY BENEFITS
DESIGN ADVANTAGES
Ethertronics’ Prestta series of Isolated Magnetic Dipole™ (IMD) stamped metal antennas address the
challenges facing today’s product designers. IMD’s
high performance and isolation characteristics offer
better connectivity and minimal interference.
IMD antennas can be used in a variety of devices:
• Access Points, Gateways, Routers
• Industrial Handhelds
• WiFi enabled Televisions & Monitors
TECHNOLOGY ADVANTAGES
Stays in Tune
IMD antenna technology
provides superior RF field
containment, resulting in
less interaction with
surrounding components.
Ethertronics IMD antennas
resist de-tuning;
providing a robust radio
link regardless of the
usage position.
Prestta WLAN antennas use patented IMD technology
in a stamped metal configuration to provide high
performance. IMD antennas requires a smaller design
keep-out area, carry lower program development risk
which yields a quicker time-to-market, without
sacrificing RF performance.
Quicker Time-to-Market
• By optimizing antenna size, performance and emissions, customer and regulatory specifications are more
easily met.
Greater Flexibility
• Ethertronics’ first-in-class IMD technology enables you
to develop concept designs that are more advanced
and that deliver superior performance in receptioncritical applications.
RoHS Compliant
• Ethertronics’ antennas are fully compliant with the
European RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC.
END USER ADVANTAGES
Unique Form Factors Support Advanced
Industrial Designs
• Smaller, more efficient IMD embedded antennas break
through restrictive design rules and provide new freedom in component placement.
Superior Range & Signal Strength
• Better antenna function means longer range and
greater sensitivity to critically precise signals—
delivering greater customer satisfaction while building
brand loyalty.
SERVICE AND SUPPORT
Extensive RF Experience
• Our WLAN antennas are supported by documentation,
and when needed, by the expertise of RF engineers
who have integrated hundreds of antenna designs into
wireless devices.
Global Operations & Design Support
• Ethertronics’ global operations supports an integrated
network of design centers that can take projects from
concept to production.
ETHERTRONICS
9605 Scranton Road, Suite 300 | San Diego, CA 92121 - USA | www.ethertronics.com
tel +(1) 858.550.3820 | fax +(1) 858.550.3821 | contact: [email protected]
PRODUCT: WLAN a/b/g/n + Japan
Ethertronics’ Internal (Embedded) Antenna Specifications.
Below are the typical specs for a WLAN application.
WLAN a/b/g/n + Japan
Antenna (GHz)
Electrical Specifications
2.390-2.490
b, g
4.900-5.100
Japan
5.150-5.350
a
5.70-5.900
a
1.5-2.5 dBi
1.5-3.5 dBi
2-3.5 dBi
2-3.5 dBi
81%
70%
75%
Peak Gain
Typical Characteristics
Average Efficiency
VSWR Match
Feed Point Impedance
<1.6:1
Dimensions
Mechanical Specifications
<1.3:1
17.9 x 6.9 x 4.3 mm
Weight
.33 g
3
VSWR
72%
<1.8:1
<1.5:1
50 Ω unbalanced (other if required)
Efficiencies
100%
70%
2
1
2370
Efficiency
WLAN b,g
VSWR (:1)
WLAN b,g
90%
80%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
2390
2410
2430
2450
Freq in MHz
2470
2490
10%
0%
2380
2510
2400
2420
5000
5200
3
2440
Freq in MHz
2460
2480
2500
5400
5600
5800
6000
90%
80%
70%
WLAN a
2
Efficiency
VSWR (:1)
WLAN a
100%
60%
50%
40%
30%
1
4800
5000
5200
5400
5600
5800
20%
6000
10%
0%
4800
Freq in MHz
Freq in MHz
Antenna Radiation Patterns
Phi = 0o Plane
Phi = 90o Plane
Typical Performance
Ethertronics’ Test Board
PCB: 120 x 180 mm
Phi
Theta
2.390-2.490 GHz Band
0o5 dBi
330o
0
30o
330o
-5
60o
-15
300o
270o
240o
0
210o
4.900-5.900 GHz Band
330o
0
5 dBi
0o5 dBi
30o
330o
0
-5
-5
-10
-10
-10
60o
300o
60o
-15
300o
-20
-20
-25
-25
-25
o
-20
-15
-25
-20
-20
120o
-10
-5
0
0
150o
-15
-15
240o
210o
5 dBi
180o
90o
-30
-25
-5
5 dBi
90o 270
-30
-25
180o
60o
-30
-30
90o 270o
120o
30o
-15
-20
-10
150o
180o
-5
-30
210o
210o
150o
0o5 dBi
30o
-30
240o
0
180o
-15
270o
5 dBi
120o
-10
-5
0
150o
0o5 dBi
300o
-15
-5
180o
0
-20
240o
120o
-10
-5
90o
-30
-25
-15
120o
-10
330o
270o
-20
-15
5 dBi
-30
90o
-25
-20
60o
-15
-20
-25
-30
-25
210o
300o
60o
-15
-30
90o
-30
30o
-10
-25
-30
0
-5
-20
-25
240o
0o5 dBi
330o
30o
-10
-20
270o
0
-5
-10
300o
Theta = 90o Plane
0o5 dBi
240o
120o
-10
-5
0
150o
210o
5 dBi
150o
180o
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Dipole and the iMD logo are trademarks of Ethertronics. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Specifications subject to change and are dependent upon actual implementation.
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