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TCB
TCB
GRANT OF EQUIPMENT
AUTHORIZATION
Certification
Issued Under the Authority of the
Federal Communications Commission
By:
Timco Engineering, Inc.
849 NW State Road 45
P.O. Box 370,
Newberry, FL 32669
United States
Date of Grant: 06/06/2003
Application Dated: 06/06/2003
ASUSTeK Computer Inc
4 Fl, No 150 Li-Te Road
Peitou, Taipei
Taiwan
Attention: Jackson Yen ,
NOT TRANSFERABLE
EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION is hereby issued to the named GRANTEE,
and is VALID ONLY for the equipment identified hereon for use under the
Commission's Rules and Regulations listed below.
FCC IDENTIFIER: MSQWL500B
Name of Grantee: ASUSTeK Computer
Grant Notes
28 CE
Inc
Equipment Class: Digital Transmission System
Notes:
Wireless Router
Frequency
Range
(MHZ)
FCC Rule Parts
15C
2412.0 - 2462.0
Output
Watts
Frequency
Tolerance
Emission
Designator
0.0463
Power listed is conducted. The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must be installed
to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be
co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter. Endusers and installers must be provided with antenna installation instructions and
transmitter operating conditions for satisfying RF exposure compliance.
28: An AC adapter incorporating a ferrite core at the connector end of its DC line must be provided with every unit sold.
CE: This device has shown compliance with the conducted emissions limits in 15.107, 15.207, or 18.307 adopted under
FCC 02-157 (ET Docket 98-80). The device may be marketed after July 11, 2005, and is not affected by the 15.37(j)
or 18.123 transition provisions.
For Timco Use Only
Timco Engineering, Inc.
TCB Application Form 731
Rev 07 Mar 03
Shaded areas are REQUIRED
Job Number
Scope
Date Filed
Conf. #
Grant Note
Item 1. Applicant’s complete, legal business name:
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
Applicant’s FCC Registration Number (FRN): 0005-8219-88
Item 2. Applicant’s mailing address:
fill in fields, as appropriate
Line 1: 4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd.,
Line 2: Peitou, Taipei,
P.O. Box:
City:
State:
Country (if foreign address):
Zip/Postal Code:
Taiwan
112
Item 3. Applicant Contact Person:
First Name:Lawrence
Last Name:Yu
Title:R&D Engineer
Telephone:886-2-28943447
E-mail:lawrence_yu@asus.com.tw
Fax No.:886-2-28950113
Item 4.
FCC ID
Grantee Code: Equipment Product Code (14 characters maximum):
consisting of:
MSQ WL500B include “dashes” (-) where appropriate
Item 5. Application Contact:
All questions regarding the application will be directed to this contact.
The Original Grant and Invoice will be sent to this contact.
Firm Name:
Telephone:
Ext:
Fax: No.:
Training Research Co., Ltd.
886-2-26935155
32
886-2-26934440
Firs t Name:Jack
Middle Initial:
Last Name:Tsai
Address Line 1: 1F, No. 255, Nan-yang Street,
P.O. Box:
Address Line 2:
City: Shijr,
State:Taipei Hsien,
Country (if foreign address):Taiwan
Zip/Postal Code:221
E-mail:jack@trclab.com.tw
Telephone:886-2-26935155
Fax:886-2-26934440
Item 6. Test Firm Used to Take Measurements:
Firm Name:
Telephone:
Ext.:
Fax No.:
Training Research Co., Ltd.
886-2-26935155
32
886-2-26934440
First Name:Jack
Middle Initial:
Last Name:Tsai
Address Line 1: 1F, No. 255, Nan-yang Street,
P.O. Box:
Address Line 2:
City:Shijr,
State:TaipeiHsien
Country (if foreign address):Taiwan
Zip/Postal Code:221
E-mail:jack@trclab.com.tw
FCC Registered Test Site Number. Required for Part 15 and 18 applications.
93906
Item 7. * Does this application include a request for confidentiality for any portion(s) of the data
contained in this application pursuant to 47 CFR 0.459 of the Commission Rules?
Yes
No
Item 8. *Is this application for modular approval?
Yes
No
If yes, please submit a cover letter addressing the modular approval requirements of DA 00-1407.
Item 9. *Is this application for software defined radio authorization?
Yes
No
Item 10. Equipment Class: 3-digits required
Description of Product as it is marketed:
DTS
Wireless Router
Item 11. *Application is for:
Original Equipment
Change in identification of presently a uthorized equipment:
Original FCC ID
Grant Date (MM/DD/YYYY)
Class II permissive change or modification of presently authorized equipment
Class III permissive change to software defined radio
Note: this may only be filed for applications pertaining to Software Defined Radio
Item 12. Is the equipment in this application:
* (a) a composite device subject to an additional equipment authorization?
Yes
No
* (b) part of a system that operates with, or is marketed with, another device that
requires an equipment authorization?
Yes
No
If either of the above questions is answered “Yes” complete section 12 (c).
(c) The related application:
FCC ID
has been granted under the FCC ID listed to the right
is in the process of being filed under the FCC ID listed to the right
is pending with the FCC under the FCC ID listed to the right
Item 13. * Equipment will be operated under FCC Rule Part(s):
15C
Item 14. EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS: Where applicable
Frequency range in MHz
Rated RF
Frequency tolerance
Emission
Microprocessor
power
Designator (See
model number
47 CFR 2.201 and
output
2.202)
Low Freq
High Freq
IN
WATTS
2412
2462
.0463
%, Hz, ppm
Read each certification carefully before answering and signing this application
WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS MADE ON THIS FORM ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S.
CODE, TITLE 18, SECTION 1001), AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT
(U.S. CODE, TITLE 47, SECTION 312 (a) (1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. TITLE 47, SECTION 503).
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Item 15. APPLICANT/AGENT CERTIFICATION:
I certify that I am authorized to sign this application. All of the statements herein and the exhibits attached hereto are true and correct
to the best of my knowledge and belief. In accepting a Grant of Equipment Authorization issued by the TCB, under the authority of
the FCC, as a result of the representations made in this application, the applicant is responsible for (1) labeling the equipment with the
exact FCC ID specified in this application, (2) compliance statement labeling pursuant to the applicable rules, and (3) compliance of
the equipment with the applicable technical rules. If the applicant is not the actual manufacturer of the equipment, appropriate
arrangements have been made with the manufacturer to ensure that production units of this equipment will continue to comply with
the FCC’s technical requirements.
Authorizin g an agent to sign this application is done solely at the applicant’s discretion; however, the applicant remains responsible
for all statements in this application.
If an agent has signed this application on behalf of the applicant, a written letter of authorization which includes information to enable
the agent to respond to the above Section 5301 (Anti-Drug Abuse) Certification statement has been provided by the applicant. It is
understood that the letter of authorization must be submitted to the FCC upon request, and that the FCC reserves the right to contact
the applicant directly at any time.
*Signature of Authorized Applicant: Lawrence Yu
Title of Authorized Signature: R&D Engineer
NOTE: An asterisk ‘*’ preceding a field indicates it must be completed.
Training Research Co., Ltd.
®
TRC
Since1985
1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-26935155
FAX: 886-2-26934440
E-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
List of Exhibit
EXHIBIT A
Cover Letter
EXHIBIT B
Sample Label
EXHIBIT C
Test Report
EXHIBIT D
Test Setup Photos
EXHIBIT E
User Manual
EXHIBIT F
Schematics
EXHIBIT G
Part List
EXHIBIT H
Block Diagram
EXHIBIT I
Operational Description
EXHIBIT J
Photographs of EUT
EXHIBIT K
RF Exposure Calculations
®
TRC
Since1985
Training Research Co., Ltd.
1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-26935155
FAX: 886-2-26934440
E-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
EXHIBIT A
Cover Letter
Request for Confidentiality
Federal Communications Commission
Authorization and Evaluation Division
Sub.: Confidentiality Request regarding application for certification of
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Pursuant to Sections 0.457 and 0.459 of the Commission’s Rules, we hereby request
confidential treatment of information accompanying this application as outlined below:
l
l
l
l
Schematics
Part List
Block diagram
Operational description
The above materials contain trade secrets and proprietary information not customarily
released to the public. The public disclosure of these materials may be harmful to the
applicant and provide unjustified benefits to its competitors.
The applicant understands that pursuant to Section 0.457 of the Rules, disclosure of this
application and all accompanying documentation will not be made before the date of
the Grant for this application.
Sincerely,
®
TRC
Since1985
Training Research Co., Ltd.
1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-26935155
FAX: 886-2-26934440
E-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
EXHIBIT B
Sample Label
®
TRC
Since1985
Training Research Co., Ltd.
1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-26935155
FAX: 886-2-26934440
E-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
EXHIBIT C
Test Report
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MEASUREMENT REPORT
of
Wireless Router
Applicant
:
ASUSTek Computer Inc.
EUT
:
Wireless Router
Model No.
:
WL-500b
FCC ID
:
MSQWL500B
Report No.
:
A5415648
Tested by :
Training Research Co., Ltd.
TEL : 886-2-26935155
FAX : 886-2-26934440
No. 255, Nanyang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
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CERTIFICATION
We here by verify that:
The test data, data evaluation, test procedures and equipment configurations shown in this report
were made mainly in accordance with the procedures given in ANSI C63.4 (1992) as a reference. All test
were conducted by Training Research Co., Ltd., 255 Nanyang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan,
R.O.C. Also, we attest to the accuracy of each.
We further submit that the energy emitted by the sample EUT tested as described in the report is
in compliance with the technical requirements set forth in the FCC Rules Part 15 Subpart B (Declaration
of Conformity) and C Section 15.247.
Applicant
:
ASUSTek Computer Inc.
Applicant address
:
4F, No. 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Product Name
:
Wireless Router
Model Name
:
WL-500b
FCC ID
:
MSQWL500B
Report No.
:
A5415648
Test Date
:
May 8, 2003
Prepared by:
Approved by:
Jack Tsai
Frank Tsai
Conditions of issue :
(1) This test report shall not be reproduced except in full, without written approval of
TRC. And the test result contained within this report only relate to the sample
submitted for testing.
(2) This report must not be used by the client to claim product endorsement by NVLAP
or any agency of U.S. Government.
 NVLAP LAB CODE: 200174-0
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Federal Communications Commission
Declaration of Conformity
(DoC)
For the Following Equipment:
Product name : Wireless Router
Model name : WL-500b
Trade name : ASUS
Is herewith confirmed and found to comply with the requirements of CFR 47 part15
Subpart B - Unintentional Radiators regulation. The results of electromagnetic mission
evaluation are shown in the report number : A5415648
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation
Manufacturer
USA local representative
Company name:
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
To be determined
Computer address:
4/F, 150, Li-Te Rd., Peitou, Taipei, Taiwan
ZIP / Postal code
112
Contact person:
Lawrence Yu
Title:
R & D Engineer
Internet e-mail address:
Lawrence_yu@asus.com.tw
Tel / Fax:
886-2-28943447 / 886-2-28950113
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Tables of Contents
I.
GENERAL ......................................................................................................................... 6
1.1 Introduction .................................................................................................................. 6
1.2 Description of EUT ....................................................................................................... 6
1.3 Description of Support Equipment ................................................................................. 6
1.4 Test method .................................................................................................................. 7
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
Configuration of System Under Test .............................................................................
Verify the Frequency and Channel ................................................................................
Test Procedure ............................................................................................................
Location of the Test Site ...............................................................................................
General Test Condition .................................................................................................
10
14
13
13
13
II. Section 15.101(a) : Equipment Authorization of Unintentional Radiators ....................... 14
III. Section 15.203 : Antenna Requirement............................................................................. 15
IV. Section 15.207 : Power Line Conducted Emissions for AC Powered Units ...................
4.1 Test Condition & Setup ................................................................................................
4.2 List of Test Instruments ................................................................................................
4.3 Test Result of Conducted Emissions .............................................................................
External antenna ...........................................................................................................
Internal antenna ............................................................................................................
V.
16
16
16
17
17
19
Section 15.247(a) : Technical Description of the EUT ..................................................... 22
VI. Section 15.247(a)(2) : Bandwidth for Direct Sequence System .....................................
6.1 Test Condition & Setup ................................................................................................
6.2 Test Instruments Configuration ......................................................................................
6.3 List of Test Instruments ................................................................................................
6.4 Test Result of Bandwidth ..............................................................................................
Channel 01 ..................................................................................................................
Channel 06 ..................................................................................................................
Channel 11 ..................................................................................................................
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VII. Section 15.247(b) : Power Output .................................................................................... 28
7.1 Test Condition & Setup ................................................................................................ 28
7.2 List of Test Instruments ................................................................................................ 28
7.3 Test Result ................................................................................................................... 28
VIII. Section 15.247(c) : Spurious Emissions (Radiated) ...................................................... 29
8.1 Test Condition & Setup ................................................................................................ 29
8.2 List of Test Instruments ................................................................................................ 29
8.3 Test Result of Spurious Radiated Emissions ..................................................................
Below 1GHz ................................................................................................................
Above 1GHz ...............................................................................................................
8.4 Test Result of Bandedge.................................................................................................
External antenna ...........................................................................................................
Internal antenna ............................................................................................................
31
31
33
39
40
42
IX. Section 15.247(d) : Power Spectral Density .....................................................................
9.1 Test Condition & Setup ................................................................................................
9.2 Test Instruments Configuration ......................................................................................
9.3 List of Test Instruments ..................................................................................................
9.4 Test Result of Power Spectral Density ..........................................................................
Channel 01 ...................................................................................................................
Channel 06 ...................................................................................................................
Channel 11 ...................................................................................................................
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҇. GENERAL
1.1
Introduction
The following measurement report is submitted on behalf of applicant in support that the
certification in accordance with Part 2 Subpart J and Part 15 Subpart A, B and C of the
Commission's Rules and Regulations.
1.2
Description of EUT
Product Name
:
Wireless Router
Model Name
:
WL-500b
Granted FCC ID
:
MSQWL500B
Frequency Range
:
2.412 GHz ~ 2.462GHz
Support Channel
:
11 Channel
Modulation Skill
:
DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK
Power Type
:
Switching power supply
Mfg.: DVE ΙM/N: DSA-0101F-05 A
I/P: 100-240Vac, 50/60Hz, 0.3A, 15VAΙ
O/P: +5VDC, 2A, 10W
Power Cable
1.3
:
185cm long, non-shielded, incorporates a ferrite core
Test method
1 The POWER jack of EUT is connected with the AC power source via an AC to DC
adaptor
2 The LAN-3 jack of EUT is connected with a LAN card of nearby PC, the LAN-4 jack is
connected with another LAN card, which install in far-end PC. Than other LAN ports and
WAN port each are connected with 100ohm terminal.
3 Connected the USB port of EUT with a camera through the USB shield cable .
4 Connected the parallel port of EUT with a printer.
5 Using the LAN port of computer and software to control the EUT. The software provided
by the manufacturer to control the EUT in the continuous transmission mode, the test is
performed under those specific conditions.
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6 Set different channel being tested and repeat the procedures above.
(a) Radiated for intentional test:
making EUT to the mode of continuous transmission
(b) Conducted and Radiated for unintentional test:
making EUT to the linking (Rx/Tx) mode with support equipments
1.4
Description of Support Equipment
In order to construct the minimum testing, following equipment were used as the support units.
Printer
:
HP
Model No.
:
C6464A
Serial No.
:
TH16LEB5PK
FCC ID
:
N/A, DoC Approved
ᛀ጖
:
3892H381
Power type
:
Switching adaptor
Power cord
:
Non-shielded, 173cm long, No ferrite core (between adaptor and AC source)
Non-shielded, 180cm long, with ferrite core (between printer and adaptor)
Data cable
:
Shielded, 1.70m long, No ferrite core
Fax/Modem
:
Aceex
Model No.
:
DM-1414
Serial No.
:
9010582
FCC ID
:
IFAXDM1414
Power type
:
110 VAC / 50 ~ 60 Hz, Switching
Power Cord
:
Non-shielded, 1.90m long, Plastic hoods, and no ferrite bead
Data Cable
:
RS-232ШShielded, 1.30m long, Metal hoods , No bead
RJ-11Cx2ШNon-shielded, 7’ long, Plastic hoods, No bead
USB Gamepad :
Rockfire
Model No.
:
QF-337uv
Serial No.
:
10600545, KR91379759
FCC ID
:
None (CE approval)
ᛀ጖
:
3862A574
Power type
:
By computer
Data Cable
:
Shielded, 1.81m long, Plastic, with ferrite core
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Camera
:
Logitech
Model No.
:
V-UJ16
Serial No.
:
LZA30600780
Product No.
:
861095-0010
ᛀ጖
:
4912A026
FCC ID
:
N/A, DoC Approved
Power type
:
5V, 300mA
PC
:
HP Pavilion
Model No.
:
P8574A
Serial No.
:
TW21920435
FCC ID
:
DoC Approved
ᛀ጖
:
3902H097
Power type
:
100 ~ 127VAC / 4A, 200 ~ 240VAC/2A, 50 ~ 60Hz, 5A, Switching
Power cord
:
Non-shielded, 2.33 m length, Plastic hood, No ferrite core
Monitor
:
HP 15’ Color Monitor
Model No.
:
D2827A
Serial No.
:
KR91161719
FCC ID
:
C5F7NFCMC1518X
ᛀ጖
:
3872B039
Power type
:
110 ~ 240 VAC / 50 ~ 60 Hz, Switching
Power cord
:
Shielded, 1.83m long, No ferrite core
Data cable
:
Shielded, 1.46m long, with two ferrite cores
Keyboard
:
HP
Model No.
Serial No.
:
:
5187-0343
BE21700404
FCC ID
:
DoC Approved
ᛀ጖
:
3892C981
Data cable
:
Shielded, 1.73m length, Plastic hood, No ferrite core
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:
HP
Model No.
:
M-S34
Serial No.
:
LZB90714106
FCC ID
:
DZL211029
ᛀ጖
:
4862A011
Power cord
:
Non-shielded, 1.88m long, No ferrite core
Notebook
:
ASUSTek Computer
Model No.
:
AB00F
Serial No.
:
24NP016361
FCC ID
:
DoC Approved
BSMI
:
41016012
Power type
:
100 ~ 240VAC, 1A 50/60 Hz, Switching
Adaptor of PC :
LITE-ON Electronics, Inc.
Model No.
Serial No.
:
:
PA-1530-01
00151184
FCC ID
:
Doc Approved
ᛀ጖
:
3882B259
Power cable
:
Non-shielded, 1.72m length, Plastic hood, No ferrite core
(Between power adaptor and AC power source)
Power cable
:
Shielded, 1.48m length, Plastic hood, with ferrite core
(Between power adaptor and notebook)
WLAN Card
Model No.
FCC ID
:
:
:
Gemtek Technology Co., Ltd.
C911003
MXF-C911003
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1.5
Configuration of System Under Test
(Conducted and Radiated of unintentional powered by adaptor)
Turntable
Power
Source
LAN
Card
EUT
Camera
Modem
Printer
Monitor
PS/2
Keyboard
PC
PS/2
Mouse
USB
Gamepad
Far-end
Notebook
Connections of Equipment
Router:
*RJ45 Cable x 1 --- 30 m length, non-shielded, no ferrite core
*RJ45 Cable x 4 --- 120cm length , non-shielded, no ferrite core
*Printer Cable x 1 --- 170cm length, shielded, no ferrite core
*USB Cable x 1 --- 271cm length, shielded, no ferrite core
PC:
*VGA Port --- a monitor
*Serial Port --- an external modem
*PS/2 Ports --- a PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse
*USB Port --- a USB gamepad
*LAN Interface --- EUT
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(Radiated of intentional power by adaptor)
Turntable
AC source
Adaptor
EUT
Far-end
Notebook
The tests below are carried with the EUT transmitter set at high power in TDD mode. The
EUT is forced to select of output power level and channel number by notebook computer.
The setting up procedure was recorded in 1.3 test method.
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Verify the Frequency and Channel
Channel
Frequency (GHz)
1
2.412
2
2.417
3
2.422
4
2.427
5
2.432
6
2.437
7
2.442
8
2.447
9
2.452
10
2.457
11
2.462
Note:
1. This is for confirming that all frequencies are in 2.412GHz to 2.462GHz.
2. Section 15.31(m): Measurements on intentional radiators or receivers shall be performed at
three frequencies for operating frequency range over 10 MHz.
(The locations of these frequencies one near the top, one near the middle and one near the
bottom.)
3. After test, the EUT operating frequencies are in 2.412GHz to 2.462GHz. So all the items as
followed in testing report are need to test these three frequencies:
Top: Channel – 1; Middle: Channel – 6; Bottom: Channel – 11.
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Test Procedure
All measurements contained in this report were performed mainly according to the techniques
described in ANSI C63.4 (1992) and the pre-setup was written on 1.3 test method, the detail setup
was written on each test item.
1.8
Location of the Test Site
The radiated emissions measurements required by the rules were performed on the
three-meter, Anechoic Chamber (Registration Number: 93906) maintained by Training
Research Co., Ltd. 1F, No. 255 Nanyang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C. Complete
description and measurement data have been placed on file with the commission. The conducted
power line emissions tests and other test items were performed in a anechoic chamber also located at
Training Research Co., Ltd.
No. 255 Nanyang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C. Training Research Co.,
Ltd. is listed by the FCC as a facility available to do measurement work for others on a contract
basis.
1.9
General Test Condition
The conditions under which the EUT operates were varied to determine their effect on the
equipment's emission characteristics. The final configuration of the test system and the mode of
operation used during these tests were chosen as that which produced the highest emission levels.
However, only those conditions, which the EUT was considered likely to encounter in normal use
were investigated.
In test, they were set in high power and continuously transmitting mode that controlled by
computer. The ch01, ch06 and ch11 of EUT were all tested. The setting up procedure is recorded on
1.3 test method.
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II. Section 15.101(a): Equipment authorization of unintentional radiators
The EUT equipped with a LAN interface and should be operated with the computer. It was
categorized to Class B personal computers and peripherals as cannot be operated stand-alone. The
authorization requires Declaration of Conformity (DoC) and the items required such as Sect.15.107
(Conducted limits) and Sect.15.109 (Radiated emission limits) is same as Sect.15.207 and 15.247(C).
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III. Section 15.203: Antenna requirement
The EUT can be equipped with two kind antennas. It has an integral antenna (on Mini PCI Board)
and the detachable external antenna is affixed to the EUT using a unique connector, which allows for
replacement of a broken antenna, but does not use a standard antenna jack or electrical connector.
The custom antenna specification of list as below:
(1) External antenna
Manufacturer
:
NInput Output Enterprise Corp
Part No
:
W201-108-D2
Connector
:
SMA Plug Reverse
Antenna Type
:
Dipole Antenna
Antenna Gain
:
3.52dBi (Max.)
(2) Integral antenna
Manufacturer
:
ASUSTek Computer Inc.
Antenna Type
:
Patch antenna
Antenna Gain
:
3.34dBi (Max.)
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IV. Section 15.207: Power Line Conducted Emissions for AC Powered Units
4.1 Test Condition & Setup
The power line conducted emission measurements were performed in an anechoic chamber.
The EUT was assembled on a wooden table, which is 80 centimeters high, was placed 40 centimeters
from the backwall and at least 1 meter from the sidewall.
Power was fed to the EUT from the public utility power grid through a line filter and Line
Impedance Stabilization Networks (LISNs). The LISN housing, measuring instrumentation case,
ground plane, etc., were electrically bonded together at the same RF potential. The Spectrum
analyzer (or EMI receiver) was connected to the AC line through an isolation transformer. The
50-ohm output of the LISN was connected to the spectrum analyzer directly. Conducted emission
levels were in the CISPER quasi-peak and average detection mode. The analyzer's 6 dB bandwidth
was set to 9 KHz. No post-detector video filter was used.
The spectrum was scanned from 150 KHz to 30 MHz. The physical arrangement of the test
system and associated cabling was varied (within the scope of arrangements likely to be encountered
in actual use) to determine the effect on the unit's emanations in amplitude and frequency. All
spurious emission frequencies were observed. The highest emission amplitudes relative to the
appropriate limit were measured and have been recorded in paragraph 2.4.
There is a test condition apply in this test item, the test procedure description as <1.3>. Three
channels were tested, one in the top (CH01), one in the middle (CH06) and the other in bottom
(CH11).
4.2 List of Test Instruments
Calibration Date
Instrument Name
Model No.
Brand
Serial No.
Last time
Next time
EMI Receiver
8546A
HP
3520A00242
06/28/02
06/28/03
RF Filter Section
85460A
HP
3448A00217
06/28/02
06/28/03
LISN (EUT)
LISN-01
TRC
9912-03,04
06/04/02
06/04/03
LISN (Support E.)
LISN-01
TRC
9912-05
07/15/02
07/15/03
Auto Switch Box
ASB-01
TRC
9904-01
11/20/02
11/20/03
(< 30MHz)
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4.3 Test Result of Power Line Conducted Emissions
EUT station transmit only
The following table shows a summary of the highest emissions of power line conducted
emissions on the LIVE and NETURAL conductors of the EUT power cord. Show as follows.
Test Conditions:
Temperature : 24.3 °C Humidity : 43.5 % RH
Table 1 Test mode: External antenna, Channel 1
Power
Connected
Conductor Frequency
(KHz)
Line 1
Line 2
Emissions
Peak
QP
FCC Class B
Average QP-limit AVG-limit Margin
(dBµ V) (dBµ V) (dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dB)
163.630
55.68
52.27
42.55
65.37
55.37
-12.82
206.000
47.40
---
---
64.40
54.40
-7.00
405.000
39.92
---
---
58.71
48.71
-8.79
745.000
33.89
---
---
56.00
46.00
-12.11
1176.000
34.54
---
---
56.00
46.00
-11.46
1518.000
35.07
---
---
56.00
46.00
-10.93
2136.000
36.29
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.71
3702.000
35.77
---
---
56.00
46.00
-10.23
168.630
58.19
54.22
41.33
65.37
55.37
-11.15
205.000
48.75
---
---
64.43
54.43
-5.68
409.000
40.48
---
---
58.60
48.60
-8.12
781.000
36.58
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.42
1017.000
37.34
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.66
1503.000
36.74
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.26
1748.000
36.65
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.35
3477.000
36.06
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.94
NOTE:
(1) Margin = Peak Amplitude – Limit, The reading amplitudes are all under limit.
(2) A "+" sign in the margin column means the emission is OVER the Class B Limit
and "–" sign of means UNDER the Class B limit
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Table 2 Test mode: External antenna, Channel 6
Power
Connected
Conductor Frequency
(KHz)
Line 1
Line 2
Emissions
QP
Peak
FCC Class B
Average QP-limit AVG-limit Margin
(dBµ V) (dBµ V) (dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dB)
164.870
55.40
52.32
42.40
65.60
55.60
-13.20
206.000
49.17
---
---
64.40
54.40
-5.23
238.000
43.99
---
---
63.49
53.49
-9.50
405.000
37.92
---
---
58.71
48.71
-10.79
1871.000
36.58
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.42
2329.000
35.59
---
---
56.00
46.00
-10.41
168.750
58.12
54.34
41.53
65.54
55.54
-11.20
208.000
47.03
---
---
64.34
54.34
-7.31
409.000
40.50
---
---
58.60
48.60
-8.10
745.000
38.51
---
---
56.00
46.00
-7.49
989.000
37.08
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.92
1308.000
37.34
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.66
Table 3 Test mode: External antenna, Channel 11
Power
Connected
Conductor Frequency
(KHz)
Line 1
Line 2
Emissions
Peak
QP
FCC Class B
Average QP-limit AVG-limit Margin
(dBµ V) (dBµ V) (dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dB)
165.000
55.99
52.51
42.66
65.37
55.37
-12.71
208.000
48.27
---
---
64.34
54.34
-6.07
405.000
39.51
---
---
58.71
48.71
-9.20
1924.000
36.88
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.12
2558.000
35.52
---
---
56.00
46.00
-10.48
3702.000
36.26
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.74
166.130
57.96
54.76
44.23
65.54
55.54
-10.78
405.000
41.22
---
---
58.71
48.71
-7.49
738.000
39.14
---
---
56.00
46.00
-6.86
989.000
37.02
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.98
1437.000
36.70
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.30
3542.000
35.87
---
---
56.00
46.00
-10.13
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Table 4 Test mode: External antenna, Standby
Power
Connected
Conductor Frequency
(KHz)
Line 1
Line 2
Emissions
QP
Peak
FCC Class B
Average QP-limit AVG-limit Margin
(dBµ V) (dBµ V) (dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dB)
183.020
55.42
51.06
43.43
64.94
54.94
-11.51
413.000
39.40
---
---
58.49
48.49
-9.09
850.000
34.43
---
---
56.00
46.00
-11.57
1503.000
33.61
---
---
56.00
46.00
-12.39
2372.000
34.87
---
---
56.00
46.00
-11.13
3542.000
32.46
---
---
56.00
46.00
-13.54
187.690
57.94
56.67
46.73
64.94
54.94
-8.21
373.000
39.42
---
---
59.63
49.63
-10.21
456.000
39.83
---
---
57.26
47.26
-7.43
752.000
36.10
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.90
850.000
35.45
---
---
56.00
46.00
-10.55
1091.000
34.41
---
---
56.00
46.00
-11.59
Table 5 Test mode: Internal antenna, Channel 1
Power
Connected
Conductor Frequency
(KHz)
Line 1
Line 2
Emissions
Peak
QP
FCC Class B
Average QP-limit AVG-limit Margin
(dBµ V) (dBµ V) (dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dB)
155.650
56.67
54.51
43.35
65.77
55.77
-11.26
154.750
55.80
54.10
43.29
65.54
55.54
-11.44
205.000
50.10
---
---
64.43
54.43
-4.33
384.000
40.41
---
---
59.31
49.31
-8.90
1871.000
37.94
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.06
3819.000
37.06
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.94
154.770
59.64
56.66
44.81
65.86
55.86
-9.20
153.750
57.87
56.42
44.50
65.31
55.31
-8.89
447.000
39.56
---
---
57.51
47.51
-7.95
902.000
37.99
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.01
1534.000
38.75
---
---
56.00
46.00
-7.25
3542.000
37.41
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.59
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Table 6 Test mode: Internal antenna, Channel 6
Power
Connected
Conductor Frequency
(KHz)
Line 1
Line 2
Emissions
QP
Peak
FCC Class B
Average QP-limit AVG-limit Margin
(dBµ V) (dBµ V) (dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dB)
155.790
56.29
54.37
43.50
65.63
55.63
-11.26
205.000
48.08
---
---
64.43
54.43
-6.35
409.000
40.85
---
---
58.60
48.60
-7.75
1346.000
35.82
---
---
56.00
46.00
-10.18
1871.000
36.51
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.49
3702.000
37.76
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.24
156.330
58.57
55.56
45.38
65.83
55.83
-10.27
157.400
59.55
57.27
44.88
65.60
55.60
-8.33
155.500
53.29
57.09
44.72
64.94
54.94
-7.85
109.000
40.83
---
---
58.60
48.60
-7.77
745.000
37.41
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.59
1490.000
38.65
---
---
56.00
46.00
-7.35
Table 7 Test mode: Internal antenna, Channel 11
Power
Connected
Conductor Frequency
(KHz)
Line 1
Line 2
Emissions
Peak
QP
FCC Class B
Average QP-limit AVG-limit Margin
(dBµ V) (dBµ V) (dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dB)
154.940
56.47
54.41
43.48
65.54
55.54
-11.13
206.000
49.24
---
---
64.40
54.40
-5.16
409.000
40.32
---
---
58.60
48.60
-8.28
724.000
37.15
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.85
1783.000
37.90
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.10
2308.000
36.38
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.62
153.310
59.34
57.14
44.98
65.91
55.91
-8.77
154.680
57.44
56.45
44.58
65.60
55.60
-9.15
155.870
59.39
56.96
44.71
65.31
55.31
-8.35
387.000
43.76
---
---
59.23
49.23
-5.47
1889.000
38.33
---
---
56.00
46.00
-7.67
3670.000
38.68
---
---
56.00
46.00
-7.32
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Table 8 Test mode: Internal antenna, Standby
Power
Connected
Conductor Frequency
(KHz)
Line 1
Line 2
Emissions
Peak
QP
FCC Class B
Average QP-limit AVG-limit Margin
(dBµ V) (dBµ V) (dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dBµ V)
(dB)
180.520
53.81
50.79
41.52
65.06
55.06
-13.54
359.000
39.26
---
---
60.03
50.03
-10.77
456.000
39.12
---
---
57.26
47.26
-8.14
824.000
36.49
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.51
1113.000
36.49
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.51
1198.000
36.84
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.16
1346.000
36.86
---
---
56.00
46.00
-9.14
1713.000
37.29
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.71
2136.000
39.12
---
---
56.00
46.00
-6.88
3819.000
37.24
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.76
159.000
50.81
---
---
65.74
55.74
-4.93
183.460
56.31
55.26
47.90
65.06
55.06
-7.26
409.000
40.74
---
---
58.60
48.60
-7.86
456.000
40.71
---
---
57.26
47.26
-6.55
832.000
39.60
---
---
56.00
46.00
-6.40
1198.000
39.14
---
---
56.00
46.00
-6.86
1477.000
39.78
---
---
56.00
46.00
-6.22
1748.000
39.64
---
---
56.00
46.00
-6.36
2115.000
39.37
---
---
56.00
46.00
-6.63
3670.000
37.94
---
---
56.00
46.00
-8.06
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V. Section 15.247 (a): Technical description of the EUT
Based on the Section 2.1, Direct Sequence System is a spread spectrum system in which the
carrier has been modulated by a high speed spreading code and an information data stream. The high
speed code sequence dominates the “modulating function” and is the direct cause of the wide spreading of
the transmitted signal. In the operational description demonstrates the operation principles of the Baseband
processor employed by the EUT, shows that which is a complete DSSS baseband processor and meets
the definition of the Direct sequence spread spectrum system.
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VI. Section 15.247(a)(2): Bandwidth for Direct Sequence System.
6.1
Test Condition & Setup
The transmitter bandwidth measurements were performed by the contact manner. The EUT
was set to transmit continuously, also various channels were investigated to find the maximum
occupied bandwidth.. The output of the EUT was connected to the spectrum analyzer. The
bandwidth of the fundamental frequency is observed by the spectrum analyzer with 100kHz RBW
and 100kHz VBW.
6.2 Test Instruments Configuration
Spectrum Analyzer
(RBW: 100kHz; VBW: 100kHz)
EUT
P.S.: Notebook computer to control the EUT at maximal power output and channel
Number and set antenna kit
6.3
List of Test Instruments
Instrument Name
Model No.
Spectrum Analyzer MS2665C
Brand
Serial No.
Last time
Next time
ANRITSU
6200175476
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Test Result of Bandwidth
Bandwidth of Channel 1
Bandwidth
:
11.28 MHz
The min. 6dB BW at least
:
500 KHz
Bandwidth of Channel 6
Bandwidth
:
11.28 MHz
The min. 6dB BW at least
:
500 KHz
Bandwidth of Channel 11
Bandwidth
:
The min. 6dB BW at least :
11.28 MHz
500 KHz
Note:
1. The data in the above table are summarizing the following attachment spectrum analyzer
hard copy. According to the guidance, we’ d made the measurement with the spectrum
analyzer’ s resolution bandwidth (RBW)=100kHz and set the span>>RBW. The results
show the measured 6dB bandwidth comply with the minimum 500kHz requirement.
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VII. Section 15.247(b): Power Output
7.1 Test Condition & Setup
BOONTON
4532
EUT
RF Power Meter
1. The output of the transmitter is connected to the BOONTON RF Power Meter.
2. The calibration is performed before every test. The values of the output power of the EUT will
shown in the dBm directly are the transmitter output peak power. Recording as follows.
7.2 List of Test Instruments
Instrument Name
Model No.
Brand
Serial No.
RF Power Meter
4532
BOONTON
117501
7.3
Test Result
Formula:
Signal generator + |Cable loss| = Output peak power
Channel
Signal
Generator
dBm
Cable Loss
dBm
Output peak power
dBm
mW
CH 1
15.95
0.70
16.65
46.238
CH 6
15.88
0.70
16.58
45.499
CH 11
15.61
0.70
16.31
42.756
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VIII. Section 15.247 (C): Spurious Emissions (Radiated)
8.1 Test Condition & Setup
We’ d performed the test by the radiated emission skill: The EUT was placed in an anechoic
chamber, and set the EUT transmitting continuously and scanned at 3-meter distance to determine its
emission characteristics. The physical arrangement of the EUT was varied (within the scope of
arrangements likely to be encountered in actual use) to determine the effect on the unit's emanations in
amplitude, directivity, and frequency. The exact system configuration, which produced the highest
emissions was noted so it could be reproduced later during the final tests. For the measurement above
1GHz, according to the guidance we’ d set the spectrum analyzer’ s 6dB bandwidth RBW to 1MHz.
This was done to ensure that the final measurements would demonstrate the worst-case
interference potential of the EUT.
Final radiation measurements were made on a three-meter, anechoic chamber. The EUT
system was placed on a nonconductive turntable, which is 0.8 meters height, top surface 1.0 x 1.5
meter.
The spectrum was examined from 30 MHz to 1000 MHz using an Hewlett Packard 85460A
EMI Receiver, M.E. whole range Bi-log antenna (Model No.: VULB9160) is used to measure
frequency from 30 MHz to 1GHz. The final test is used the HP 85460A spectrum and 8564E spectrum
was examined from 1GHz to 25GHz using an Hewlett Packard Spectrum Analyzer, EMCO/CMT
Horn Antenna (Model 3115 / RA42-K-F-4B-C) for 1G - 25GHz.
At each frequency, the EUT was rotated 360 degrees, and the antenna was raised and lowered
from one to four meters to find the maximum emission levels. Measurements were taken using both
horizontal and vertical antenna polarization.
Appropriate preamplifiers were used for improving sensitivity and precautions were taken to
avoid overloading or desensitizing the spectrum analyzer. There are two spectrum analyzers use on this
testing, HP 85460A for frequency 30MHz to 1000MHz, and 8564E for frequency 1GHz to 25GHz. No
post-detector video filters were used in the test. The spectrum analyzer's 6dB bandwidth was set to
120KHz (spectrum was examined from 30 MHz to 1000 MHz), the spectrum analyzer's 6 dB
bandwidth was set to 1 MHz (spectrum was examined from 1GHz to 25GHz) and the analyzer was
operated in the maximum hold mode. There is a test condition applies in this test item, the test
procedure description as the following:
Three channels were tested, one in the top (CH01), one in the middle (CH06) and the other in
bottom (CH11). The setting up procedure is recorded on <1.3>
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With the transmitter operating from a AC source and using the internal of EUT, radiates
spurious emissions falling within the restricted bands of 15.209 were measured at operating frequencies
corresponding to upper, middle and bottom channels in the 2400 ~ 2483.5 MHz band.
The actual field intensity in decibels referenced to 1 microvolt per meter (dBµV/m) is
determined by algebraically adding the measured reading in dBµV, the antenna factor (dB), and cable
loss (dB) at the appropriate frequency. Since the EUT was set to transmit continuously, no duty cycle
is present.
For frequency between 30MHz to 1000MHz
FIa (dBuV/m) = FIr (dBµV) + Correction Factors
FIa : Actual Field Intensity
FIr : Reading of the Field Intensity
Correction Factors = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Amplifier Gain
For frequency between 1GHz to 25GHz
FIa (dBµV/m) = FIr (dBµV) + Correction Factor
FIa : Actual Field Intensity
FIr : Reading of the Field Intensity
Correction Factors = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Amplifier Gain
8.2 List of Test Instruments
Instrument Name
Model No.
Brand
Serial No.
Last time Next time
EMI Receiver
8546A
HP
3520A00242
06/28/02
06/28/03
RF Filter Section
85460A
HP
3448A00217
06/28/02
06/28/03
Bi-log Antenna
VULB9160
M. E.
3064
07/08/02
07/08/03
Switch/Control Unit
3488A
HP
N/A
11/20/02
11/20/03
ASB-01
TRC
9904-01
11/20/02
11/20/03
Spectrum Analyzer
8564E
HP
US36433002
08/01/02
08/01/03
Microwave Preamplifier
83051A
HP
3232A00347
08/01/02
08/01/03
Horn Antenna
3115
EMCO
9704 – 5178
08/01/02
08/01/03
Horn Antenna
RA42-K-F-4B-C
CMT
961505-003
02/01/03
02/01/04
05/20/02
05/20/03
(>30MHz)
Auto Switch Box
(>30MHz)
Anechoic Chamber (cable calibrated together)
The level of confidence of 95% , the uncertainty of measurement of radiated emission is ± 3.44dB.
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8.3 Test Result of Spurious Radiated Emissions
EUT's transmit only
The highest peak values of radiated emissions form the EUT at various antenna heights, antenna
polarizations, EUT orientation, etc. are recorded on the following.
Test Conditions:
Temperature : 24.3 ° C
Humidity : 43.5 % RH
Table 9 Test mode: External antenna for 30MHz to 1GHz [Antenna polarity Horizontal]
Radiated
Emission
Correction
Factors
Frequency Amplitude Ant. H.
(MHz)
(dBµ V)
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Corrected
Amplitude
FCC Class B
(3m)
Limit
(dBµ V/m) (dBµ V/m)
(dB)
Margin
(dB)
124.80
39.40
2.00
19
-1.47
37.93
43.50
-5.57
220.36
38.94
1.00
78
-2.74
36.20
46.00
-9.80
300.99
38.97
1.00
119
-2.34
36.63
46.00
-9.37
500.05
34.33
1.00
190
4.56
38.89
46.00
-7.11
600.00
30.49
1.00
251
8.71
39.20
46.00
-6.80
750.07
27.08
2.00
252
12.73
39.81
46.00
-6.19
Table 10 Test mode: External antenna for 30MHz to 1GHz [Antenna polarity Vertical]
Radiated
Emission
Correction
Factors
Frequency Amplitude Ant. H.
(m)
(MHz)
(dBµ V)
Table
( ̓ )
Corrected
Amplitude
FCC Class B
(3m)
Limit
(dBµ V/m) (dBµ V/m)
(dB)
Margin
(dB)
43.83
27.98
1.00
251
5.50
33.48
40.00
-6.52
68.23
27.60
1.00
323
2.30
29.90
40.00
-10.10
121.51
38.45
1.00
142
-1.32
37.13
43.50
-6.37
501.66
32.52
1.00
10
4.64
37.16
46.00
-8.84
601.09
30.26
1.00
217
8.74
39.00
46.00
-7.00
750.07
26.57
1.00
209
12.73
39.30
46.00
-6.70
Note:
1. Margin = Amplitude – limit, if margin is minus means under limit.
2. Corrected Amplitude = Reading Amplitude + Correction Factors
3. Correction factor = Antenna factor + ( Cable Loss – Amplitude gain)
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Table 11 Test mode: Internal antenna for 30MHz to 1GHz [Antenna polarity Horizontal]
Radiated
Emission
Correction
Factors
Frequency Amplitude Ant. H.
(m)
(MHz)
(dBµ V)
Table
( ̓ )
Corrected
Amplitude
FCC Class B
(3m)
Limit
(dBµ V/m) (dBµ V/m)
(dB)
Margin
(dB)
110.02
33.51
1.00
277
-0.90
32.61
43.50
-10.89
121.51
35.84
2.00
3
-1.32
34.52
43.50
-8.98
300.39
40.73
1.00
47
-2.35
38.38
46.00
-7.62
375.56
37.39
1.00
146
-0.44
36.95
46.00
-9.05
687.17
25.77
1.00
155
11.37
37.14
46.00
-8.86
750.07
26.22
1.00
328
12.73
38.98
46.00
-7.05
Table 12 Test mode: Internal antenna for 30MHz to 1GHz [Antenna polarity Vertical]
Radiated
Emission
Correction
Factors
Frequency Amplitude Ant. H.
(m)
(MHz)
(dBµ V)
Table
( ̓ )
Corrected
Amplitude
FCC Class B
(3m)
Limit
µ V/m)
(dB
(dBµ V/m)
(dB)
Margin
(dB)
60.22
28.94
1.00
237
3.10
32.04
40.00
-7.96
70.01
32.73
1.00
274
2.12
34.85
40.00
-5.15
108.77
39.17
1.00
222
-0.82
38.35
43.50
-5.15
121.51
37.65
1.00
282
-1.32
36.33
43.50
-7.17
144.58
37.83
1.00
159
-2.00
35.83
43.50
-7.67
624.01
28.98
1.00
327
9.45
38.43
46.00
-7.57
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Table 13 Test mode: Channel 1, External antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Horizontal]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
1607.64
1.00
59
3.26
41.59
---
74.00
53.96
-12.37
4823.12
1.00
175
3.76
50.59
---
74.00
53.96
-3.37
7232.15
1.00
62
10.07
57.91
45.74
74.00
53.96
-8.22
9650.42
1.00
114
11.47
44.80
---
74.00
53.96
-9.16
Table 14 Test mode: Channel 1, External antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Vertical]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
3215.97
1.00
164
4.67
42.67
---
74.00
53.96
-11.29
4823.12
1.00
118
3.76
50.59
---
74.00
53.96
-3.37
7232.82
1.00
250
10.07
59.11
47.24
74.00
53.96
-6.72
Note:
1. Margin = Corrected - Limit.
2. The EUT utilizes a permanently attached antenna. In addition the spurious RF radiated
emissions levels do comply with the 20dBc limit both at its bandedges and other spurious
emissions.
3.As stated in Section 15.35(b), for any frequencies above 1000MHz, radiated limits shown are
based upon the use of measurement instrumentation employing an average detector function. As
the results of our test, the peak amplitudes are already below the FCC limit. Thus the average
amplitudes of the rest are omitted.
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Table 15 Test mode: Channel 6, External antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Horizontal]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
1625.00
1.00
251
3.20
41.86
---
74.00
53.96
-12.10
4874.48
1.00
48
3.96
47.62
---
74.00
53.96
-6.34
7308.84
1.00
160
10.29
55.79
43.96
74.00
53.96
-10.00
Table 16 Test mode: Channel 6, External antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Vertical]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
3250.00
1.00
166
4.74
43.91
---
74.00
53.96
-10.05
4874.48
1.00
25
3.96
46.29
---
74.00
53.96
-7.67
7309.68
1.00
98
10.29
56.64
44.79
74.00
53.96
-9.17
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Table 17 Test mode: Channel 11, External antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Horizontal]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
1641.67
1.00
274
3.14
42.97
---
74.00
53.96 -10.99
4925.83
1.00
296
4.13
44.30
---
74.00
53.96
7382.82
1.00
11
10.43
53.26
39.10
74.00
53.96 -14.86
-9.66
Table 18 Test mode: Channel 11, External antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Vertical]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
1640.97
1.00
56
3.14
40.47
---
74.00
53.96 -13.49
3283.33
1.00
178
4.82
42.82
---
74.00
53.96 -11.14
4925.83
1.00
221
4.13
44.46
---
74.00
53.96
7382.15
1.00
178
10.43
51.76
40.26
74.00
53.96 -13.70
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Table 19 Test mode: Channel 1, Internal antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Horizontal]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Correction
Table
( ̓ )
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
4825.68
1.00
54
3.77
60.71
50.38
74.00
53.96
-3.58
7233.78
1.00
181
10.07
55.56
45.84
74.00
53.96
-8.12
9650.42
1.00
2
11.47
49.41
---
74.00
53.96
-4.55
Table 20 Test mode: Channel 1, Internal antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Vertical]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
4825.68
1.00
51
3.77
57.21
47.38
74.00
53.96
-6.58
7238.31
1.00
107
10.10
54.41
45.21
74.00
53.96
-8.75
9650.42
1.00
63
11.47
51.41
---
74.00
53.96
-2.55
14471.67
1.00
258
7.83
47.44
---
74.00
53.96
-6.52
16888.33
1.00
22
12.71
42.81
---
74.00
53.96 -11.15
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Table 21 Test mode: Channel 6, Internal antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Horizontal]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
2498.96
1.00
25
3.50
42.33
---
74.00
53.96 -11.63
4875.68
1.00
116
3.96
59.73
48.57
74.00
53.96
7303.03
1.00
128
10.28
53.89
42.89
74.00
53.96 -11.07
9750.10
1.00
10
11.90
50.67
---
74.00
53.96
-5.39
-3.29
Table 22 Test mode: Channel 6, Internal antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Vertical]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Table
( ̓ )
Correction
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
4875.67
1.00
93
3.96
54.23
44.57
74.00
53.96
-9.39
7308.79
1.00
174
10.29
55.41
45.40
74.00
53.96
-8.56
9750.10
1.00
21
11.90
51.01
---
74.00
53.96
-2.95
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Table 23 Test mode: Channel 11, Internal antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Horizontal]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Correction
Table
( ̓ )
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
4925.83
1.00
251
4.13
51.07
---
74.00
53.96
-2.89
7382.99
1.00
48
10.43
56.36
44.04
74.00
53.96
-9.92
9849.79
1.00
116
11.93
48.21
---
74.00
53.96
-5.75
Table 24 Test mode: Channel 11, Internal antenna for 1GHz to 25GHz [Vertical]
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency
(MHz)
Ant. H.
(m)
Correction
Table
( ̓ )
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m)
Average
Peak
Ave.
Margin
(dB)
4925.83
1.00
153
4.13
46.07
---
74.00
53.96
-7.89
7388.39
1.00
8
10.42
58.68
44.86
74.00
53.96
-9.10
9849.79
1.00
149
11.93
49.54
---
74.00
53.96
-4.42
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8.4 Test Result of the Bandedge
If any 100 kHz bandwidth outside these frequency bands, the radio frequency power that is
produced by the modulation products of the spreading sequence, the information sequence and the
carrier frequency shall be either at least 20 dB below that in any 100 kHz bandwidth within the
band that contains the highest level of the desired power or shall not exceed the general levels
specified id ̺ 15.209(a),
We perform this section by the radiated manner, the RBW is set to 100kHz and VBW>RBW.
We’ d made the observation up to 10th harmonics and the criterion is all the harmonic/spurious
emissions must be 20dB below the highest emission level measured. If the emissions fall in the
restricted bands stated in the Part15.205(a) must also comply with the radiated emission limits
specified in Part15.209(a). (Peak mode: RBW=VBW=1MHz, Average mode: RBW=1MHz;
VBW=10Hz)
The following pages show our observations referring to the channel 1 and 11 respectively.
Test Condition & Setup: same as < 8.1 >
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Channel 1, External antenna
This is the hard copy of our bandedge measurement generated by our bandedge testing program.
The plot shown above is the bandedge of channel 1.
1. The lobe left by the fundamental side is already 20dB below the highest emission level.
2. The emissions recorded in the restricted band is do comply with the Part 15.209(a) – as below.
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency Ant. Ant. H. Table
( ̓ )
(MHz)
P.
(m)
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m) Margin
(dB)
Average Peak
Ave.
2389.10 Hor
1.00
151
3.13
49.47
---
74.00
53.96
-4.49
2389.96 Hor
1.00
169
3.13
49.97
---
74.00
53.96
-3.99
2389.10 Ver
1.00
18
3.13
56.97
45.80
74.00
53.96
-8.16
2390.18 Ver
1.00
204
3.14
57.97
46.25
74.00
53.96
-7.71
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Channel 11, External antenna
This is the hard copy of our bandedge measurement generated by our bandedge testing program.
The plot shown above is the bandedge of channel 11.
3. The lobe right by the fundamental side is already 20dB below the highest emission level.
4. The emissions recorded in the restricted band is do comply with the Part 15.209(a) – as below
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency Ant. Ant. H. Table
( ̓ )
(MHz)
P.
(m)
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m) Margin
(dB)
Average Peak
Ave.
2483.50 Hor
1.00
265
3.45
39.61
---
74.00
53.96 -14.35
2486.59 Hor
1.00
155
3.46
39.62
---
74.00
53.96 -14.34
2483.50 Ver
1.00
90
3.45
48.45
---
74.00
53.96
-5.51
2486.88 Ver
1.00
287
3.46
49.96
---
74.00
53.96
-4.00
2500.01 Ver
1.00
14
3.50
46.00
---
74.00
53.96
-7.96
2530.05 Ver
1.00
345
3.54
47.87
---
74.00
53.96
-6.09
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Channel 1, Internal antenna
This is the hard copy of our bandedge measurement generated by our bandedge testing program.
The plot shown above is the bandedge of channel 1.
1. The lobe left by the fundamental side is already 20dB below the highest emission level.
2. The emissions recorded in the restricted band is do comply with the Part 15.209(a) – as below.
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency Ant. Ant. H. Table
( ̓ )
(MHz)
P.
(m)
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m) Margin
(dB)
Average Peak
Ave.
2390.07 Hor
1.00
54
3.14
51.14
---
74.00
53.96
-2.82
2390.18 Hor
1.00
167
3.14
52.30
---
74.00
53.96
-1.66
2389.20 Ver
1.00
188
3.13
40.63
---
74.00
53.96 -13.33
2390.07 Ver
1.00
20
3.14
40.47
---
74.00
53.96 -13.49
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Channel 11, Internal antenna
This is the hard copy of our bandedge measurement generated by our bandedge testing program.
The plot shown above is the bandedge of channel 11.
3. The lobe right by the fundamental side is already 20dB below the highest emission level.
4. The emissions recorded in the restricted band is do comply with the Part 15.209(a) – as below
Corrected
Amplitude
Radiated
Emission
Frequency Ant. Ant. H. Table
( ̓ )
(MHz)
P.
(m)
Factors
(dB)
FCC Class B ( 3m )
(dBµV/m)
Peak
Limit (dBµV/m) Margin
(dB)
Average Peak
Ave.
2483.50 Hor
1.00
55
3.45
50.11
---
74.00
53.96
-3.85
2485.89 Hor
1.00
92
3.45
53.29
---
74.00
53.96
-0.67
2521.53 Hor
1.00
177
3.53
47.03
---
74.00
53.96
-6.93
2483.50 Ver
1.00
341
3.45
44.95
---
74.00
53.96
-9.01
2486.07 Ver
1.00
47
3.45
45.95
---
74.00
53.96
-8.01
2522.87 Ver
1.00
63
3.53
46.20
---
74.00
53.96
-7.76
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9.1 Test Condition & Setup
The tests below are running with the EUT transmitter set at high power in TDD mode. The
EUT is needed to force selection of output power le vel and channel number. While testing, the EUT
was set to transmit continuously and to be tested by the contact manner with the spectrum analyzer.
9.2 Test Instruments Configuration
Spectrum Analyzer
EUT
RBWΚ3kHzΙ
VBWΚ10kHz
P.S.: Notebook computer to control the EUT at maximal power output and channel
Number and set antenna kit
9.3 List of Test Instruments
Instrument Name
Model No.
Brand
Serial No.
Last time
Next time
Spectrum Analyzer
MS2665C
ANRITSU
6200175476
09/11/02
09/11/03
9.4
Test Result of Power spectral density
The following table shows a summary of the test results of the Power Spectral Density.
Frequency
Ppr
Cable Loss
Ppq
Limit
Margin
(GHz)
(dBm)
(dB)
(dBm)
(dB)
(dB)
CH 01
2.412
-12.29
0.70
-11.59
8.00
-19.59
CH 06
2.437
-12.85
0.70
-12.15
8.00
-20.15
CH 11
2.462
-12.98
0.70
-12.28
8.00
-20.28
Channel
Note:
1. The following pages show the results of spectrum reading.
2. Ppr: spectrum read power density (using peak search mode),
Ppq: actual peak power density in the spread spectrum band.
3. Ppq = Ppr + |Cable Loss|
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Safety Statements
Federal Communications Commission Statement
This device complies with FCC Rules Part 15. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
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This device may not cause harmful interference, and
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING! The use of a shielded-type power cord is required in
order to meet FCC emission limits and to prevent interference to
the nearby radio and television reception. It is essential that only
the supplied power cord be used. Use only shielded cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment. You are cautioned that changes
or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void your authority to operate the equipment.
Reprinted from the Code of Federal Regulations #47, part 15.193, 1993. Washington
DC: Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration,
U.S. Government Printing Office.
Canadian Department of Communications
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions
from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
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Safety Information
In order to maintain compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines,
this equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 20
cm between the radiator and your body. Use only with supplied antenna.
Unauthorized antenna, modification, or attachments could damage the
transmitter and may violate FCC regulations. Any changes of modifications
not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could void the users
authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Radio Frequency Exposure Caution Statement
Installation and use of this Wireless LAN device must be in strict accordance
with the instructions included in the user documentation provided with the
product. Any changes or modifications (including the antennas) made to
this device that are not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment. The manufacturer is not
responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized
modification of this device, or the substitution or attachment of connecting
cables and equipment other than manufacturer specified. It is the
responsibility of the user to correct any interference caused by such
unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment. Manufacturer and
its authorized resellers or distributors will assume no liability for any damage
or violation of government regulations arising from failing to comply with
these guidelines.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction .......................................................................................... 8
The SpaceLink™ Family ....................................................................... 8
System Requirements ........................................................................... 8
The Product Package ....................................................................... 9
FEATURES .......................................................................................... 10
The IEEE 802.11b Specification .......................................................... 11
Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum ..................................................... 12
Wireless Operation .............................................................................. 13
Roaming Between SpaceLink™ Gateways or APs ......................... 14
Roaming Guidelines (SpaceLink™ Gateways or APs) ................... 15
SpaceLink™ Home Gateway Topology ............................................... 16
SpaceLink Home Gateway LED Indicators ......................................... 19
2. Installation .......................................................................................... 20
Installation Procedure .......................................................................... 20
Wall Mounting Option .......................................................................... 22
Vertical Standing Option ...................................................................... 23
Connecting to the SpaceLink Home Gateway ..................................... 24
Configuring the SpaceLink Home Gateway ......................................... 25
Installing the Homegateway Utilities ............................................... 26
3. SpaceLink Home Gateway Utilities .................................................. 27
Connecting to the SpaceLink Web Manager ....................................... 27
Home Gateway Discovery ................................................................... 27
User Name and Password .............................................................. 29
Home Page ..................................................................................... 29
Login Password ................................................................................... 30
Basic Setup ......................................................................................... 30
Status .................................................................................................. 31
Status Details .................................................................................. 32
Basic Setup - Wireless ........................................................................ 33
Supported Clients ........................................................................... 35
Basic Setup - LAN Configuration ......................................................... 37
Basic Setup - WAN Configuration ....................................................... 38
Network Backbone .......................................................................... 38
Agent to an ISP ............................................................................... 39
Agent to Another Network ............................................................... 42
Automatic IP .................................................................................... 42
Static IP ........................................................................................... 43
Firewall ................................................................................................ 44
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Wireless Access Control ...................................................................... 45
Advanced WAN Configuration ............................................................. 46
Virtual Server ....................................................................................... 48
Special Application .............................................................................. 50
Firewall Bypass Zone .......................................................................... 51
PPTP Server ........................................................................................ 52
Firmware Upgrade ............................................................................... 53
Restoring Factory Default Settings ................................................. 54
Firmware Restoration .......................................................................... 55
Using a Hub .................................................................................... 55
Printer Setup Wizard ........................................................................... 56
Add Printer Wizard .......................................................................... 56
Printer Setup Wizard ....................................................................... 58
Verifying Your Printer ...................................................................... 59
VPN Client ........................................................................................... 60
Starting VPN Client ......................................................................... 60
Main Window ....................................................................................... 60
Connection Properties ......................................................................... 62
Connection Name ........................................................................... 62
Dialing Options ................................................................................ 62
Advanced Properties ....................................................................... 63
Dialing a Connection ....................................................................... 63
4. Wireless Performance ....................................................................... 64
Site Topography ................................................................................... 64
Site Surveys ........................................................................................ 64
Range .................................................................................................. 65
5. Troubleshooting ................................................................................. 66
Common Problems and Solutions ....................................................... 66
Reset to Defaults ................................................................................. 67
6. Appendix ............................................................................................. 70
Operating frequency range .................................................................. 70
Number of operating channels ............................................................ 70
DSSS PHY frequency channel plan .................................................... 70
SpaceLink Home Gateway Specifications ........................................... 71
Glossary .............................................................................................. 72
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1. Introduction
1. Introduction
Thank you for choosing the SpaceLink Home Gateway, a member of ASUS’
SpaceLink wireless infrastructure family. The SpaceLink Home Gateway
complies with the IEEE 802.11b wireless standard to provide wireless
mobile clients with network connectivity at data rates of up to 11 Mbps.
The stand-alone the SpaceLink Home Gateway connects to a small Ethernet
network to provide wireless access for wireless mobile clients.
The SpaceLink™ Family
The SpaceLink Home Gateway is a member of a product family that
provides a complete wireless networking solution.
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•
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The SpaceLink Home Gateway (WL-500g) creates a wireless network
using the IEEE 802.11b wireless standard and adds a router, hub, and
printer server.
The SpaceLink Access Point (WL-300) creates a wireless network
using the IEEE 802.11b wireless standard.
The SpaceLink PC Card (WL-100) is a wireless LAN adapter that
fits into a PCMCIA Type II slot in a Notebook PC.
The SpaceLink CF Card (WL-110) is a wireless LAN adapter that fits
into a Compact Flash Type II slot in a Portable Digital Assistant (PDA).
System Requirements
To begin using the SpaceLink Home Gateway , you must have the following
minimum requirements:
• ADSL/Cable Modem and Broadband Internet Account
• An Ethernet (10Base-T or 10/100Base-TX) adapter for wired client
• At least one 802.11b wireless adapter for a wireless mobile client
• TCP/IP and Internet browser installed
• Printer, which supports standard parallel protocol (SPP) (optional)
Note: The SpaceLink Home Gateway only supports 10Base-T on
the WAN port and both 10Base-T and 100Base-TX on the LAN port.
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The Product Package
Each the SpaceLink Home Gateway comes with:
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•
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One SpaceLink Home Gateway (WL-500g)
One power adapter (5 Volts DC, 2 Amp)
One RJ-45 Ethernet cable (straight-through)
One SpaceLink Home Gateway (WL-500g) Quick Start Guide
One support CD (Utilities and User’s Manual PDF)
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FEATURES
The SpaceLink Home Gateway features include:
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Multiple local network ports. Four 10/100Base-T Ethernet ports,
offering either a connection to a hub or switch on the local wired network
or a direct connection to multiple Ethernet-enabled computer.
Wireless antenna. The integrated Wireless Access Point allows the
SpaceLink Home Gateway to link a broadband Internet connection to
your local network of 802.11b (DSSS) wireless mobile clients.
Broadband port. The Broadband port connects the SpaceLink Home
Gateway to your cable/DSL modem.
Shared Internet access. All computers on the local network can access
the Internet through the SpaceLink Home Gateway, using only a single
external IP address.
DHCP server support. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
support allows the SpaceLink Home Gateway to automatically provide
IP addresses to computers on your local network.
PPPoE support. Connect to your DSL provider using PPPoE (PPP
over Ethernet), if your ISP uses this method.
Easy setup and management. Use your web browser from any
computer on the local network to configure the SpaceLink Home
Gateway.
Advanced features. The SpaceLink Home Gateway supports many
advanced configuration features including the following: User-defined
virtual servers; special Internet applications; exposed computer;
password protection and access control.
Firewall protection. The SpaceLink Home Gateway’s use of NAT
(Network Address Translation) provides firewall protection for your
local network. NAT masks the local network’s IP Addresses from the
Internet. Additional protection can be achieved using the advanced
features of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
WEP support. Supports 64 bit and 128 bit WEP encryption on the
wireless network.
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The IEEE 802.11b Specification
In 1997, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) adopted
the 802.11 standard for wireless devices operating in the 2.4 GHz frequency
band. This standard includes provisions for three radio technologies: direct
sequence spread spectrum, frequency hopping spread spectrum, and
infrared. Devices that comply with the 802.11 standard operate at a data
rate of either 1 or 2 Mbps.
In 1999, the IEEE created the 802.11b standard. 802.11b is essentially
identical to the 802.11 standard except 802.11b provides for data rates of
up to 11 Mbps for direct sequence spread spectrum devices. Under 802.11b,
direct sequence devices can operate at 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps, or 1
Mbps. This provides interoperability with existing 802.11 direct sequence
devices that operate only at 2 Mbps.
Direct sequence spread spectrum devices spread a radio signal over a range
of frequencies. The IEEE 802.11b specification allocates the 2.4 GHz
frequency band into 14 overlapping operating Channels. Each Channel
corresponds to a different set of frequencies. See the Appendix to determine
the center frequency used by each Channel.
If operating multiple 802.11b Home Gateways in the same vicinity, the
distance between the center frequencies must be at least 25 MHz to avoid
interference. Note that the Channels available to an 802.11b Home Gateway
will vary from country to country. In the United States, the 802.11b standard
allocates 11 operating Channels for direct sequence devices. Channels 1,
6, and 11 are independent and do not overlap with each other. To avoid
interference between 802.11b Home Gateways, It is recommended that you
configure the Home Gateways using only Channels 1, 6, and 11.
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Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum
Spread spectrum (broadband) uses a narrowband signal to spread the
transmission over a segment of the radio frequency band or spectrum. Directsequence is a spread spectrum technique where the transmitted signal is
spread over a particular frequency range. The Space Link Home Gateway
uses Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) for radio communication.
Direct-sequence systems communicate by continuously transmitting a
redundant pattern of bits called a chipping sequence. Each bit of transmitted
data is mapped into chips by the Home Gateway and rearranged into a
pseudorandom spreading code to form the chipping sequence. The chipping
sequence is combined with a transmitted data stream to produce the Home
Gateway output signal.
Wireless mobile clients receiving a direct-sequence transmission use the
spreading code to map the chips within the chipping sequence back into
bits to recreate the original data transmitted by the Home Gateway.
Intercepting and decoding a direct-sequence transmission requires a
predefined algorithm to associate the spreading code used by the transmitting
Home Gateway to the receiving wireless mobile client.
This algorithm is established by IEEE 802.11b specifications. The bit
redundancy within the chipping sequence enables the receiving wireless
mobile client to recreate the original data pattern, even if bits in the chipping
sequence are corrupted by interference. The ratio of chips per bit is called
the spreading ratio. A high spreading ratio increases the resistance of the
signal to interference. A low spreading ratio increases the bandwidth
available to the user. The Home Gateway uses a constant chip rate of
11Mchips/s for all data rates, but uses different modulation schemes to
encode more bits per chip at the higher data rates. The Home Gateway is
capable of an 11 Mbps data transmission rate, but the coverage area is less
than a 1 or 2 Mbps Home Gateway since coverage area decreases as
bandwidth increases.
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Wireless Operation
The SpaceLink Home Gateway will operate as a MAC layer learning bridge
and forward packets between wireless mobile clients and the Ethernet
network.
A wireless LAN that uses the SpaceLink Home Gateway generally consists
of one or more 802.11b Access Points and one or more wireless mobile
clients that have an 802.11b adapter installed.
The SpaceLink Home Gateway maintains a table of MAC addresses, which
it has learned are located either on the Ethernet network or on the radio
network by monitoring the source address of packets it receives. For
example, if the SpaceLink Home Gateway receives a packet over its radio,
it creates an entry in its table for the node that sent the packet and labels the
entry as a member of the radio network. The SpaceLink Home Gateway
removes an entry from the table after five minutes of inactivity.
When the SpaceLink Home Gateway receives a packet from the Ethernet
network, it compares the packet’s destination address with the node
addresses listed in its table. If the packet’s destination address is not in the
table, the SpaceLink Home Gateway will forward the packet to the wireless
mobile clients. If the packet’s destination address is listed in the table as a
member of the radio network, the SpaceLink Home Gateway will forward
the packet to the wireless mobile clients. If the packet’s destination address
is listed in the table as a member of the Ethernet network, the SpaceLink
Home Gateway will not forward the packet to the wireless mobile clients.
The SpaceLink Home Gateway applies the same principles to determine if
a packet received over its radio should be forwarded to the Ethernet network.
The SpaceLink Home Gateway forwards all broadcast packets to wireless
mobile clients. Given this, the SpaceLink Home Gateway can only support
250 nodes.
The speed available to wireless mobile clients depends on the amount of
information that each client exchanges with the network because the 11
Mbps wireless bandwidth is shared will all wireless nodes.
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Roaming Between SpaceLink™ Gateways or APs
If there are multiple SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points on the
network, then a wireless mobile client may seamlessly roam from one the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Point to another.
Each SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Point creates its own wireless
cell or coverage area. This is also known as a Basic Service Set (BSS). Any
wireless mobile client can communicate with a particular SpaceLink Home
Gateway or Access Point if it is within the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s or
Access Point’s coverage area.
If the cells of multiple SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points overlap,
then the wireless mobile client may switch from one SpaceLink Home
Gateway or Access Point to another as it travels throughout the facility.
During the hand-off from one SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Point
to another, the wireless mobile client maintains an uninterrupted connection
to the network. This is known as “roaming.”
Multiple SpaceLink Home Gateways connected to a common Ethernet
network form an Extended Service Set (ESS). All members of an Extended
Service Set are configured with an ID, known as the SSID or ESSID.
Wireless mobile clients must be configured with the same SSID as the
SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points on the network; a client can
only roam between the SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points that
share the same SSID.
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•
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Roaming Guidelines (SpaceLink™ Gateways or APs)
A 802.11b PC Card can only roam between 802.11b SpaceLink Home
Gateways or Access Points.
All the SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points must have the
same SSID.
All computers with SpaceLink PC card or CF card adapters must have
the same SSID as the Home Gateways or Access Points that they will
roam between.
If WEP encryption is enabled, then all the SpaceLink Home Gateways
or Access Points and client adapters must use the same encryption level
and WEP Key(s) to communicate.
The SpaceLink Home Gateways’ or Access Points’ cells must overlap
to ensure that there are no gaps in coverage and to ensure that the roaming
client will always have a connection available.
The SpaceLink Home Gateways or Access Points that use the same
Channel should be installed as far away from each other as possible to
reduce potential interference.
It is strongly recommended that you perform a site survey using the
utility provided with the SpaceLink PC card or CF card to determine
the best location for each the SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Points
in the facility.
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SpaceLink™ Home Gateway Topology
There are three major ways to deploy the home gateway in your local
network (I) Network backbone, (II) Agent to ISP and (III) Agent to another
network.
Network Backbone
Wireless
SpaceLink Home Gateway
LAN
Wireless Client
Wireless Client
Wired Client
In this topology, the home gateway connects your wired and wireless devices
together to form a local area network (LAN), as shown. To connect a
computer (or other device) to the SpaceLink Home Gateway, you need a
network cable (UTP-Cat5) with one end connected to one of the LAN ports
on the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway and the other in the 10/100
LAN port on that device. For wireless connections, wireless mobile clients
must comply with the IEEE 802.11b standard.
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Agent to ISP
Internet
Internet Service Provider
ADSL or Cable Modem
Wireless
SpaceLink Home Gateway
WAN
LAN
Wireless Client
Wireless Client
Wired Client
In this topology, the home gateway is not only a backbone of your LAN
but also an agent to your Internet Service Provider (ISP). You may use an
ADSL or Cable modem to communicate with your ISP. Connect the LAN
port on the modem with the WAN port at the back of the SpaceLink Home
Gateway using a network cable as shown above.
Note: You also need to make sure that other connections on the
ADSL or Cable modem are correct.
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Agent to Another Network
Network Backbone
Wireless
WAN
LAN
SpaceLink Home Gateway
Wireless Client
Wireless Client
Wired Client
In this topology, the home gateway is an agent between your LAN and
another network. Use a network cable with one end connected to the WAN
port on the home gateway and the other to the other network as shown
above.
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SpaceLink Home Gateway LED Indicators
LPT
LAN
WAN
AIR
PWR
The LEDs on the front of the SpaceLink Home Gateway display the status
of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
PWR (Power)
Off
(1) No power, (2) During boot sequence
On
(1) Power ON and system ready
Flashing
(1) During boot sequence, (2) Self-test error
AIR (Wireless)
Off
(1) No power, (2) No wireless connection
On
(1) At least one wireless client is associated
Flashing
(1) Wireless traffic through this port is detected, (2) Self-test error
WAN (Wide Area Network)
Off
(1) No power, (2) No wired connection
On
(1) Link to another network device but no traffic
Flashing
(1) Wired traffic through this port is detected, (2) Self-test error
LAN (Local Area Network)
Off
(1) No power, (2) No wired connection
On
(1) Link to another network device but no traffic
Flashing
(1) Wired traffic through this port is detected, (2) Self-test error
LPT (Printer)
Off
(1) No power, (2) No printer is connected
On
(1) The connected printer is switched on
Flashing
(1) Send data to a printer
Note: The SpaceLink Home Gateway only supports 10Base-T on
the WAN port and both 10Base-T and 100Base-TX on the LAN port.
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2. Installation
This chapter describes the installation procedure for the SpaceLink Home
Gateway and includes a description of the LEDs found on the unit.
Installation Procedure
Follow these steps to install the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
2. Installation
1. Location: Determine the best location for the SpaceLink Home
Gateway. Keep in mind the following considerations:
• The length of the Ethernet cable that connects the Home Gateway
to the network must not exceed 100 meters.
• For standard placement, try to place the Home Gateway on a flat,
sturdy surface as far from the ground as possible, such as on top of
a desk or bookcase, keeping clear of metal obstructions and away
from direct sunlight.
• Try to centrally locate the Home Gateway so that it will provide coverage to all of the wireless mobile devices in the area. Orientating the
antenna vertically should provide the best reception.
• Use only the power supply that came with this unit. Other power
supplies may fit but the voltage and power may not be compatible.
It is the responsibility of the installer and users of the SpaceLink
Home Gateway to guarantee that the antenna is operated at least
20 centimeters from any person. This is necessary to insure that
the product is operated in accordance with the RF Guidelines for
Human Exposure which have been adopted by the Federal Communications Commission.
2. Mounting: Place the Home Gateway in the desired location. Wall
mounting is also possible for the Home Gateway. Refer to the section
entitled “Wall Mounting Option” for details.
3. WAN Connection: Attach one end of the provided RJ-45 Ethernet cable
to the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s WAN port and attach the other end
to the RJ-45 Ethernet cable to your ADSL or Cable modem.
The SpaceLink Home Gateway WAN port does not support 100BaseTX; it only supports 10Base-T. The WAN port may be connected to
devices that supports both 10/100, but not pure 100Base-TX.
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4. LAN Connection: Attach one end of an RJ-45 Ethernet cable to the
SpaceLink Home Gateway’s LAN port (any one of the four) and attach
the other end to the RJ-45 Ethernet cable to your desktop computer.
5. Power Connection: The SpaceLink Home Gateway requires power
from an external power supply. The SpaceLink Home Gateway ships
with a UL listed, Class 2 power supply (5V, 2A). Attach one end of the
DC power adapter to the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway and the
other end to a power outlet.
The Power LED on the front of the Home Gateway will light up when
the unit is powered ON. In addition, the green LAN or WAN LEDs will
turn ON to indicate that the Home Gateway has a physical Ethernet
network connection.
Note: Use the Home Gateway only with the power adapter supplied
in the product package. Using another power supply may damage
the Home Gateway.
6. Printer Connection: If you plan to use the home gateway as a printing
server for your local network, connect a printer to the printer port of the
home gateway via a printer cable.
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Wall Mounting Option
Out of the box, the SpaceLink Home Gateway is designed to sit on a raised
flat surface like a file cabinet or book shelf. The unit may also be converted
for mounting to a wall or ceiling.
Follow these steps to mount the Home Gateway to a wall:
2. Installation
1.
2.
3.
4.
Look on the underside for the four mounting hooks.
Mark two upper holes in a flat surface using the provided hole template.
Tighten two screws until only 1/4” is showing.
Latch the upper two hooks of the Home Gateway onto the screws.
Note: Readjust the screws if you cannot latch the Home Gateway
onto the screws or if it is too loose.
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Vertical Standing Option
2. Installation
The ASUS Home Gateway can also stand on its side to save space. Two
hinges can be opened on the right side to support vertical standing. Orientate
the antenna so that it points upwards.
Support Hinge
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Connecting to the SpaceLink Home Gateway
2. Installation
Wired Connection
One RJ-45 cable is supplied with the SpaceLink Home Gateway. Auto
crossover function is designed into the SpaceLink Home Gateway so you
can use either a straight-through or a crossover Ethernet cable. Plug one
end of the cable into the WAN port on the rear of the SpaceLink Home
Gateway and the other end into the Ethernet port of your ADSL or Cable
modem.
Note: The WAN port only supports 10Base-TX.
Wireless-Connection
Refer to your wireless adapter user’s manual on associating with the
SpaceLink Home Gateway . The default SSID of the SpaceLink Home
Gateway is “default” (lower case), encryption is disabled and open system
authentication is used.
Printer Connection
The SpaceLink Home Gateway can be utilized as a printer server to allow
many wired or wireless computers to share a standard printer. A DB25
parallel cable should be supplied with your printer. Plug the male connector
of this parallel cable into the printer port on the rear of the SpaceLink
Home Gateway and the centronics end into your printer.
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Configuring the SpaceLink Home Gateway
The home gateway can be configured to meet various usage scenarios.
Some of the factory default settings may suit your usage; however, others
may need changing. Prior to using the home gateway, you must check the
basic settings to guarantee it will work in your environment.
2. Installation
Configuring the SpaceLink Home Gateway is done through a web browser.
You need a Notebook PC or desktop PC connected to the SpaceLink Home
Gateway and running a web browser as a configuration terminal. The
connection can be wired or wireless. For the wireless connection, you need
an IEEE 802.11b compatible device, e.g. ASUS SpaceLink PC Card,
installed in your Notebook PC. You should also disable WEP and set the
SSID to “default” for your wireless LAN device.
If you want to configure the SpaceLink Home Gateway or want to access
the Internet through the SpaceLink Home Gateway, TCP/IP settings must
be correct. Normally, the TCP/IP setting should be on the IP subnet of the
SpaceLink Home Gateway. The SpaceLink Home Gateway incorporates a
DHCP server so the easiest method is to set your PC to get its IP address
automatically and reboot your computer. So the correct IP address, gateway,
DNS (Domain Name System Server) can be obtained from the SpaceLink
Home Gateway.
Note: Before rebooting your PC, the SpaceLink Home Gateway
should be switched ON and in ready state.
Advanced IP Settings
If you want to set your IP address manually, the following default settings
of the SpaceLink Home Gateway should be known:
• IP address 192.168.123.1
• Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0.
If you set your computer’s IP manually, it needs to be on the same segment.
For example:
•
•
•
•
IP address 192.168.123.xxx (xxx can be any number between 2 and
254 that is not used by another device)
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 (same as the SpaceLink Home Gateway )
Gateway 192.168.123.1 (this is the SpaceLink Home Gateway IP address)
DNS 192.168.123.1 (SpaceLink Home Gateway IP address or your own).
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Installing the Homegateway Utilities
Follow these steps to install the SpaceLink Home Gateway Manager in
Microsoft Windows:
2. Installation
(1) Insert the support CD and the autorun (2) Click Next after reading the welcome
will show. Double-click setup.exe if
screen.
your autorun has been disabled.
(3) Click Yes after reading the license (4) Click Next to accept the default
agreement.
destination folder or enter another
name.
(5) Click Next to accept the default (6) Click Finish when setup is complete.
program folder or enter another name.
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3. SpaceLink Home Gateway Utilities
3. Utilities
After installation, you can launch the utilities through the Start menu.
Connecting to the SpaceLink Web Manager
Wired Ethernet Connection
Besides using a network hub, you can also connect a LAN cable from your
computer’s network card to the Home Gateway using either a straight or
crossover cable because the SpaceLink Home Gateway LAN and WAN
RJ-45 ports have auto-crossover capability.
Wireless Connection
If you are using a Notebook PC with a wireless adapter, you can connect to
the SpaceLink Homegateway Web Manager without a wired Ethernet
connection.
Home Gateway Discovery
Run the ASUS Homegateway Discovery from the Start menu and click
Config on the device.
Manually Entering the Address
You can also open your PC’s web browser and enter the IP address of the
ASUS SpaceLink Home Gateway depending on the port you are using.
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If your computer is connected to the WAN port use
http://(WAN Port IP Address):8080
If your computer is connected to the LAN port use:
http://192.168.123.1
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Web access through the WAN port (over the Internet) is disabled by default
so that the above private IP can be used for configuration access. If Internet
access through the WAN port is enabled by the user, port 8080 must be
used for configuration access. In this case, you would enter the following:
http://(WAN Port IP Address):8080 in your web browser.
If your computer’s IP is not on the
same subnet as the SpaceLink Home
Gateway, you will be asked to change
it. The IP address can be any number
from 2 to 254 that is not used by
another device.
Using a proxy server for your
LAN requires that you set an exception for the SpaceLink Home
Gateway or else connection will
fail.
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If you cannot find any the SpaceLink Home Gateways due to a problem in the IP settings, push and hold the “Restore” button over five
seconds to restore factory default settings.
User Name and Password
3. Utilities
Once connected, a window will ask
for the User name and Password in
order to log in. The factory default
values are “admin” and “admin”.
Home Page
After logging in, you will see the ASUS HomeGateway home page.
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Login Password
You can find “Login Password” on the Main Menu. This page will allow
you to change the default password “admin” (lower case) to any password
of you choice. You can enter any usable characters between 1-16 characters
long (cannot be left blank). Click Modify button to save your new password.
If you forget the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s password, you can reset the
SpaceLink Home Gateway to its factory settings (see troubleshooting).
Note: The password is case sensitive.
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Basic Setup
Select Basic Setup from the menu on the left.
Click Next to enter the wireless configuration page.
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Status
3. Utilities
The Status page available from the Main Menu gives you all the necessary
information for monitoring the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s condition.
See next page for information on this page.
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Status Details
Details of the Status page items are described in the configuration pages
following this page.
Wireless
Number of Associated Stations - Tells you how many wireless mobile
clients are connected to the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
LAN
DHCP Server - This shows either Enabled or Disabled.
LAN Port Link State - Linked or Not Linked (indicates whether the cable
is plugged in or not).
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WAN
WAN Port Link State - Linked or Not Linked (indicates whether the cable
is plugged in or not).
WAN Port Connection State: Disconnected, Connecting, OK (OK
indicates that the IP address is working).
Printer Server
Connected Printer Status: There are five possible statuses: Off-Line (no
printer), On-Line (ready), Error (problem), Out of Paper, Busy (someone
is printing).
User in Service: Shows the IP address of the user when the status is busy.
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Basic Setup - Wireless
3. Utilities
This page allows you to configure the wireless settings. See next page for
descriptions on each setting.
IMPORTANT: New settings will only take effect after clicking the “Finish” button and waiting for the SpaceLink Home Gateway to restart.
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SSID & Channel
The SSID is an identification string of up to 32 ASCII characters that
differentiate one SpaceLink Home Gateway or Access Point from another.
The SSID is also referred to as the “ESSID” or “Extended Service Set ID.”
You can use the default SSID and radio channel unless more than one SpaceLink
Home Gateway or Access Point is deployed in the same area. In that case, you
should use a different SSID and radio channel for each SpaceLink Home
Gateway or Access Point. All the SpaceLink Home Gateways and SpaceLink
802.11b client adapters must have the same SSID to allow a wireless mobile
client to roam between the SpaceLink Home Gateways. By default, the
SSID is set to “default”.
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Channel
IEEE 802.11b devices are direct sequence spread spectrum devices that
spread a radio signal over a range of frequencies. The range of frequencies
used by a direct sequence device is called a Channel.
The IEEE 802.11b specification supports up to 14 overlapping Channels
for radio communication. But only 11 Channels are supported in the United
States and therefore on the SpaceLink Home Gateway. To minimize
interference, configure each the SpaceLink Home Gateway to use Nonoverlapping channels. Non-overlapping channels have 25Mhz separation
beginning at the first allowed channel for the country (for the US and most
of Europe, channels 1, 6 & 11 are used).
Make sure that the SpaceLink Home Gateways sharing the same Channel
(or Channels close in number) are as far away from each other as possible,
based on the results of your site survey of the facility. You can find the site
survey utility in the SpaceLink PC card or CF card setup CD.
Basic Data Rate
Select “1, 2, 5.5 & 11Mbps” to maximize performance. Use “1 & 2 Mbps”
only when backward compatibility is needed for some older wireless LAN
cards with a maximum bit rate of 2Mbps.
The IEEE 802.11b specification supports four data rates: 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps,
2 Mbps, and 1 Mbps. As a wireless mobile client travels further and further
away from the SpaceLink Home Gateway, the data rate automatically decreases
in order to maintain a usable radio connection. Therefore, a client that is close
to an the SpaceLink Home Gateway may operate at 11 Mbps, but a client that
is far away from the SpaceLink Home Gateway may operate at 2 Mbps.
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Supported Clients
802.11b products can operate at 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps or 1 Mbps. This
allows 802.11b devices to communicate with any existing 802.11 direct sequence
devices that operate only at 1 or 2 Mbps. By default, the SpaceLink Home Gateway
will support both 802.11b and 2 Mbps 802.11 direct sequence clients.
WEP
The IEEE 802.11b standard specifies an optional encryption feature, known
as Wired Equivalent Privacy or WEP, that is designed to provide a wireless
LAN with a security level equal to what is found on a wired Ethernet network.
3. Utilities
WEP encrypts the data portion of each packet exchanged on the 802.11b
network using either a 64-bit or 128-bit encryption algorithm. In addition,
WEP is also used in conjunction with the optional Shared Key
Authentication algorithm to prevent unauthorized devices from associating
with an 802.11b network.
Enabling WEP can protect your data from eavesdroppers. If you do not
need this feature, select “no” to skip the following setting. The SpaceLink
Home Gateway supports both 64-bit and 128-bit encryption using the Wired
Equivalent Privacy (WEP) algorithm. Select the type of encryption you
want to use (64 or 128 bit) and configure one to four WEP Keys. The “128bit” method is more secure than the “64-bit”.
64/128bits versus 40/104bits
You may be confused about configuring WEP encryption, especially when
using multiple wireless LAN products from different vendors. There are
two levels of WEP Encryption: 64 bits and 128 bits.
Firstly, 64 bit WEP and 40 bit WEP are the same encryption method and
can interoperate in the wireless network. This lower level of WEP encryption
uses a 40 bit (10 Hex character) as a “secret key” (set by user), and a 24 bit
“Initialization Vector” (not under user control). This together makes 64
bits (40 + 24). Some vendors refer to this level of WEP as 40 bits and
others refer to this as 64 bits. ASUS SpaceLink products use the term 64
bits when referring to this lower level of encryption.
Secondly, 104 bit WEP and 128 bit WEP are the same encryption method
and can interoperate in the wireless network. This higher level of WEP
encryption uses a 104 bit (26 Hex character) as a “secret key” (set by user),
and a 24 bit “Initialization Vector” (not under user control). This together
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makes 128 bits (104 + 24). Some vendors refer to this level of WEP as 104
bits and others refer to this as 128 bits. ASUS SpaceLink products use the
term 128 bits when referring to this higher level of encryption.
Magic Word & Generate
Automatically generate four WEP keys. A WEP key is either 10 or 26
hexadecimal digits (0~9, a~f, and A~F) based on whether you select 64 bit
or 128 bit in the WEP pull-down menu. Type a combination of up to 64
letters, numbers, or symbols in the Magic Word column, then the SpaceLink
Home Gateway Manager uses an algorithm to generate four WEP keys for
encryption. If you want to type in the keys manually, leave this field blank.
The SpaceLink family of products all use the same algorithm to generate
the keys so that they can all use the same WEP key.
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Note: This function eases users from having to remember their
passwords and is compatible to ASUS SpaceLink family of products. But this is not as secure as manual assignment.
WEP Key
At most four keys can be set. A WEP key is either 10 or 26 hexadecimal
digits (0~9, a~f, and A~F) based on whether you select 64 bit or 128 bit in
the WEP pull-down menu. The home gateway and ALL of its wireless clients
MUST have at least the same default key.
Default Key
The Default Key field lets you specify which of the four encryption keys
you use to transmit data on your wireless LAN. As long as the SpaceLink
Home Gateway or wireless mobile client with which you are communicating
has the same key in the same position, you can use any of the keys as the
default key. If the home gateway and ALL of its wireless clients use the
same four WEP keys, select “key rotation” to maximize security. Otherwise,
choose one key in common as the default key.
Authentication Method
It is suggested to select “Shared Key Only”. If “Open System Only” or
“Shared Key and Open System” is used, the home gateway may accept
connection requests from unauthorized wireless clients.
Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.
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3. Utilities
This page does not require any settings for general use.
Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.
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Basic Setup - WAN Configuration
The settings that you need to perform will vary depending on the role that
your SpaceLink Home Gateway will play.
Network Backbone
No software setting is necessary in the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
Wireless
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Wireless Client
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Agent to an ISP
Internet
Internet Service Provider
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ADSL or Cable Modem
Wireless
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WAN
LAN
Wireless Client
Wireless Client
Wired Client
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Agent to an ISP (Cont.)
3. Utilities
Static IP Address
IP Address - Normally, this is Dynamic (because fixed IP accounts cost
more) and should be set to Automatic IP. Do not use “Static IP” if your
ISP’s documentation does not mention an IP Address. If your ISP provided
an IP Address with instructions to use it, select Static IP from “IP Addressing
Method” and enter the address into the provided field.
PPPoE Account
User Name - The name of your Internet account provided by your ISP.
Some ISPs work with the entire account name along with the hosting domain
(such as yourname@yourdomain.com) and others require that you enter
only the account name (yourname). See the example above.
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Agent to an ISP (Cont.)
Password - Enter the password for your Internet account.
Retype your password - Re-enter the password for confirmation.
DNS Settings
DNS Server - Normally this is automatic and you would answer “NO” to
the question about manually assigning DNS. If you are given instructions
from your ISP to enter DNS addresses, select “YES” to manually assigning
DNS and enter the IP addresses here. You can set the DNS server anytime
using any connection type (Static IP, PPPoE, or Automatic IP).
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Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.
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Agent to Another Network
Network Backbone
Wireless
WAN
LAN
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Wireless Client
Wireless Client
Wired Client
To connect to an existing network, the IP address of the home gateway can
be assigned manually or automatically obtained from a DHCP server. In
the first case, fill in the IP address and the DNS address(es).
Automatic IP
This parameter determines if the SpaceLink Home Gateway will send out
a DHCP request during bootup. If you have a DHCP server on the network,
set this option so that the SpaceLink Home Gateway can receive an
automatic IP address assignment.
If you have a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server on the
network, then the DHCP server will automatically assign the SpaceLink Home
Gateway an IP address when the SpaceLink Home Gateway is powered up. To
determine what IP address has been assigned to the SpaceLink Home Gateway,
review the IP address on the “Status” page available on the “Main Menu”.
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Static IP
3. Utilities
The SpaceLink Home Gateway also accepts a static IP address. You may
manually configure the IP address and subnet mask on the “IP Config”
page. Enter an IP address and a subnet mask in the field provided to assign
the SpaceLink Home Gateway a static IP address. If you don’t now your
Gateway setting, leave it empty (not 0.0.0.0).
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Firewall
The SpaceLink Home Gateway does not only use basic NAT to protect
your local network. The SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection) firewall filters
out advanced forms of attacks from the Internet. A SPI firewall remembers
the context of connections and continuously updates this information in
dynamic connection tables.
3. Utilities
Select the security level for the firewall that you require. “Low” should be
good enough for most home users. “Medium” and “High” levels can provide
more protection for your local network but they may also stop you from
executing some Internet applications. These problems can be overcome
through advanced configuration options by clicking on the Advanced button.
Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.
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Wireless Access Control
(Redundant portion intentionally removed)
To add security, the SpaceLink Home Gateway has the ability to only
associate with or not associate with wireless mobile clients that have their
MAC address entered into this page.
The default setting of “Disable” will allow any wireless mobile client to
connect. “Accept” will only allow those entered into this page to connect.
“Reject” will prevent those entered into this page from connecting.
Adding a MAC Address
To add a MAC address, enter the 12 hexadecimal characters into the white box
next to “MAC Address:” and click the Add button. The MAC address will be
placed in the control list below. Only a total of 31 MAC addresses can be entered
into this page so determine which will be the lesser; those you wish to accept or
those you wish to reject and click the appropriate “MAC Access Mode”.
Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.
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Advanced WAN Configuration
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IP Addressing Method - This displays the current selection in the Basic
Setup WAN Configuration.
PPPoE Options
The SpaceLink Home Gateway can automatically terminate the connection
to your Internet Service Provider (ISP) when the connection is idle over a
specific time.
Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.
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Disconnect when idle time exceeds seconds - Enter the number of seconds
of inactivity to disconnect you from your ISP.
Always connected - This will always keep you connected to your ISP and
reconnect if connection fails.
The following two items may be specified by some ISPs. Check with your
ISP and fill them in if required.
Service Name - Fill this in if required by your ISP.
Access Concentrator Name - Fill this in if required by your ISP.
Note: The above options are valid only when PPPoE is selected as
the WAN IP Addressing Method in Basic Setup. Otherwise they will
be grayed out.
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Special Requirements
The following two items may be specified by some ISPs. Check with your
ISP and fill them in if required.
Host Name - Fill this in if required by your ISP.
MAC Address - Fill this in if required by your ISP.
WARNING: A wrong MAC address may lead to a network disorder.
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Virtual Server
3. Utilities
To make services, like WWW, FTP, provided by a server in your local
network accessible for outside users, you should specify a local IP address
to the server. Then, add the IP address and network protocol type, port
number, and name of the service in the following list. Based on the list, the
gateway will forward service request from outside users to the corresponding
local server.
Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.
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List of Servers
Enter the IP address of the servers under the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
Select a protocol, port number, and enter any description you want for the
service name.
Removing an Entry
To remove one of the 8 entries, select the “Item” (1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8) number
and click the Remove button.
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Adding an Entry
Besides entering the data manually, you can also select from a commonly
used entries. To add an often used service to one of the 8 entries, select the
service {7 (ECHO) 21 (FTP) 23 (TELNET) 25 (SMTP) 53 (DNS) 79
(FINGER) 80 (HTTP) 110 (POP3) 161 (SNMP) 162 (SNMP TRAP)} and
select the “Item” (12 3 4 5 6 7 8). Click the Add button to replace the entry
that you have selected.
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Special Application
3. Utilities
Enable or disable specific application traffic to pass through the home
gateway despite any firewall settings in the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
Application Status - These commonly used applications are normally
allowed to pass through the firewall. Choose Disable if you do not want
users to use the following applications:
ICQ, MSN, FTP, TELNET, MIRC, REALPLAYER, QUICKTIME,
NETMEETING.
Click the “Finish” button to save your new settings and restart the
SpaceLink Home Gateway or click “Save” and restart later.
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Firewall Bypass Zone
The medium or high security level may hinder some normal traffic from
passing through the firewall. A local machine with an IP address in the
following list will be only protected by the low security level despite of the
firewall settings.
Firewall Bypass IP Address - Enter the IP address of the computer you
wish to have access through the firewall.
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PPTP Server
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The Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) is used to encrypt network data
traffic. For remote users who want to access the local network through the
Internet, it secures your data against eavesdroppers. For local wireless users, it
provides an extra protection other than WEP. The home gateway supports up
to 8 concurrent PPTP connections. To establish a connection with the home
gateway, a user should use a valid account in the following list.
Account
Account ID - Enter name or ID number.
Password - Enter password.
Account List - Click the Add button to move the Account ID and Password
entries into this list.
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Firmware Upgrade
3. Utilities
This page reports the Flash Code (Firmware) version installed in the
SpaceLink Home Gateway. Periodically, a new Flash Code is available for
the SpaceLink Home Gateways on ASUS’s Web site. You can update the
SpaceLink Home Gateway’s Flash Code using the Firmware Upgrade page
under the Advanced Setup menu of the Web Manager. If you are
experiencing a problem with your SpaceLink equipment, a Technical
Support representative may ask you to report the device’s Flash Code
(Firmware) version.
The firmware upgrade takes approximately 60 to 90 seconds. When the
firmware upgrade is completed, you will be directed to the home page.
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Restoring Factory Default Settings
Web Manager
You can reset all settings to their factory defaults through the web manager
using the “Factory Default” page in “Advanced Setup”. Click the Restore
button and wait about 30 seconds before trying to access the SpaceLink
Home Gateway.
Hardware
You can reset all settings to their factory defaults manually by pushing the
“Restore” button in a hole on the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway
while it is ON. Use a pen or straightened paper clip to hold the “Restore”
button depressed over 5 seconds until all the LEDs on the front of the
SpaceLink Home Gateway start blinking. Release the button and the
SpaceLink Home Gateway will reboot.
3. Utilities
You will be notified
when
factory
default settings
are restored while
using the web
manager.
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Firmware Restoration
This utility will automatically search out failed SpaceLink Home Gateways
and upload a firmware that you specify. The process takes about 3 to 4
minutes and during this process the PWR, AIR, and WAN LEDs will remain
lit while the LAN LED will flash slowly.
3. Utilities
The Firmware Restoration utility is an emergency rescue tool to restore a
SpaceLink Home Gateway which has failed during a previous firmware
upload. A failed firmware upgrade will cause the SpaceLink Home Gateway
to enter a failure mode, waiting for the user to use the Firmware Restoration
utility to find and upload a new firmware. This is not a firmware upgrade
utility and cannot be used on a working SpaceLink Home Gateway. Normal
firmware upgrades must be done through the web manager.
Using a Hub
If you have problems upload a firmware while using a network hub, try
connecting your computer directly to the LAN port. Either 10Base-T or
100Base-TX connections will work.
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Printer Setup Wizard
This utility helps you setup your computers to utilize the printer server
function of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
Add Printer Wizard
You should add your printer to your computer to simplify the SpaceLink Home
Gateway Printer Setup Wizard. If you run the “Printer Setup Wizard” without
your printer driver installed, it will direct you to the “Add Printer Wizard”.
3. Utilities
(1) Run the “Add Printer Wizard” from Start (2) Choose “Install by the Add Printer
| Printers and Faxes | Add Printer.
Wizard”.
(3) Choose “Local printer attached to this (4) Choose “Remote Port (Printer Sharing
computer”.
Port)”. If this is not available, select LPT1.
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(5) Find your manufacturer and model. (6) Click Next to set this as your default
Click Have Disk if you cannot find it in
printer.
the list and use the driver provided with
your printer.
(7) You can print a test page.
(8) Click Finish to close the wizard.
Your printer will show in the “Printers and
Faxes” window and the check mark shows
that it is set as your default printer.
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Printer Setup Wizard
The wizard will explore all available SpaceLink Home Gateways and model
information of the printers attached to them in your local network.
3. Utilities
(1) If you already have your printer installed
on your printer port (LPT1), it will make
this setup process much easier. See
next page for instructions. Run the
Printer Setup Wizard from the Windows
Start menu.
(2) If the printer is found, the name of the
printer will be shown on this screen.
Note: If there is an
error communicating
with the printer, you
will get this message.
Make sure that the printer is ON, ready, and
connected. Click Back and Next.
(3) This setup wizard will change your
default printer to use “Remote Port”
which is serviced by the SpaceLink
Home Gateway.
(4) Click Done when setup is complete.
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After setting up the printer, a printer icon
will appear in Windows’ “Printers and
Faxes”. Right click the printer icon and
choose Properties to configure the printer.
3. Utilities
Verifying Your Printer
If your printer was previously setup, the
SpaceLink Home Gateway printer setup
wizard will change your printing port from
your local LPT1 (parallel) port to “Remote
Port”. If necessary, you can change this
back at anytime or use Windows “Add
Printer” to setup another printer on
whatever port you require.
When properly setup, the SpaceLink Home
Gateway will show the printer name in the
“Homegateway Discovery” utility and show
“on-line” under the “Printer Server” on the
“Status” page of the web manager.
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VPN Client
A virtual private network (VPN) is the extension of a private network that
encompasses links across shared or public networks like the Internet. A
VPN enables you to send data between two computers across a shared or
public intranet in a manner that emulates the properties of a point-to-point
private link. The VPN Client utility help you to create and configure the
VPN connections.
Starting VPN Client
Click the Windows Start button, point to Programs, point to ASUS Wireless
Homegateway Utilities, and then click VPN Client.
3. Utilities
Main Window
The main windows shows all the available VPN connections on your system.
Click Make New Connection to open the VPN Connection Wizard. Follow
the instructions on the next page to create a new VPN connection. When
you finish, the VPN connection name will appear in the list box.
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VPN Connection Wizard
3. Utilities
The VPN Connection Wizard helps you create a new virtual private network
(VPN) connection. On the main window, double-click Make New
Connection from the connections list box, then the VPN Connection Wizard
dialog box appears. Follow the on-screen instructions to specify settings
for your connection.
Enter a unique name for this new Enter the host name or IP address of the
connection entry. The name is used to remote VPN server to which you wish to
identify this connection. This name is not connect, and then click Next.
case-sensitive. Click Next.
Enter the user name/password for this If you want to connect now, check Connect
connection, and then click Next.
Now and then click Finish.
After the VPN Connection Wizard dialog
box closes, your new connection entry
appears in the ASUS VPN Client's main
window. Select a connection name and
click Edit to view the properties.
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Connection Properties
Select a connection name in the VPN Client window and click Edit.
Connection Name
Types the name you want to use for
this connection entry in the Name
field. The name is used to identify
this connection. This name is not
case-sensitive.
3. Utilities
Properties
Opens the standard DUN properties
dialog for the currently selected
connection. Let user to change or set
parameters for a connection entry.
When you finished setting parameters, click OK to close Properties dialog
box and save your changes. To discard your changes, click Cancel to close
Properties dialog box without saving your changes.
Dialing Options
User Name: Provides a space for you to type your user name for this
connection.
Password: Provides a space for you to type your password for this
connection. The password will be shown as asterisks for security.
Prompt for name and password before dialing: Specifies whether to
request identity authentication information before attempting to connect. This
information can include a user name and password. If this option is checked
then a dialog box will be displayed before the connection is dialed, prompting
for the user name and password. If you have already entered the user name
and/or password in the edit boxes described above, then you should uncheck
this box. If you want to leave the password blank on this properties page and
enter your password every time you use this connection, then you should check
this box.
Auto connect to this connection when opened: When this feature is
enabled, it will automatically start connecting to this VPN connection when
the VPN client utility opens.
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Advanced Properties
Host name or IP address of
destination
Enter the host name or IP address of
the remote VPN server to which you
are connecting, and then click Next.
Dial another connection first
3. Utilities
Check this checkbox if you want the
VPN connection to first make a call to
an ISP. You must then select a dial-up
connection from the drop-down list box.
Dialing a Connection
To dial a VPN connection, select a connection name from the connections
list box and click the Connect button. The Connect... window will show. If
you only see the “Hang Up” button on the main window, that means you
are already connected to the selected VPN connection. Click Hang Up to
disconnect from the currently connected remote server.
Buttons
Connect - Connect to remote server.
Hang Up - Disconnect from remote
server.
Edit - Displays the standard Dial-Up
Networking properties dialog for the
currently selected connection entry.
Delete - Deletes the selected connection entry.
Exit (or press Esc) - Closes VPN Client utility.
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Chapter 4 - Wireless Performance
4. Wireless Performance
This section provides the user with ideas for how to improve the performance
of a SpaceLink 802.11b network.
Site Topography
For optimal performance, locate wireless mobile clients and the SpaceLink
Home Gateways away from transformers, heavy-duty motors, fluorescent
lights, microwave ovens, refrigerators, and other industrial equipment.
Signal loss can occur when metal, concrete, walls or floors block
transmission. Locate the SpaceLink Home Gateways in open areas or add
the SpaceLink Home Gateways as needed to improve coverage.
Microwave ovens operate in the same frequency band as the SpaceLink
Home Gateway. Therefore, if you use a microwave within range of the
SpaceLink Home Gateway you may notice network performance
degradation. However, both your microwave and your the SpaceLink Home
Gateway will continue to function.
Site Surveys
4. Performance
A site survey (utility provided with the SpaceLink PC card and CF card)
analyzes the installation environment and provides users with
recommendations for equipment and its placement. The optimum placement
of 11 Mbps Home Gateways differs for 1 or 2 Mbps Home Gateways,
because the locations and number of Home Gateways required are different.
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Range
Every environment is unique with different obstacles, barriers, materials,
etc. and, therefore, it is difficult to determine the exact range that will be
achieved without testing. However, has developed some guidelines to
estimate the range that users will see when the product is installed in their
facility, but there are no hard and fast specifications.
Radio signals may reflect off of some obstacles or be absorbed by others
depending on their construction. For example, with two 802.11b radios,
you may achieve up to 1000' in open space outdoors where two devices
have a line of sight, meaning they see each other with no obstacles. However,
the same two units may only achieve up to 300' of range when used indoors.
The IEEE 802.11b specification supports four data rates: 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps,
2 Mbps, and 1 Mbps. Operation at 1 Mbps provides greater range than
operation at 11 Mbps. The SpaceLink Home Gateway will automatically
adjust the data rate to maintain a usable radio connection.
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4. Performance
Therefore, a client that is close to the SpaceLink Home Gateway may operate
at 11 Mbps while a client that is on the fringe of coverage may operate at 1
Mbps. As mentioned earlier, you can configure the data rates that the
SpaceLink Home Gateway will use. Note that if you limit the range of data
rates available to the SpaceLink Home Gateway, you may reduce the
effective wireless range of the SpaceLink 802.11b products.
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5. Troubleshooting
The SpaceLink Home Gateway is designed to be very easy to install and
operate. However, if you experience difficulties, use the information in this
chapter to help diagnose and solve problems. If you cannot resolve a problem,
contact Technical Support, as listed on the front of this manual.
Common Problems and Solutions
Problem
SpaceLink Home Gateway does not power up:
Solution
• Check for faulty the SpaceLink Home Gateway power supply by
measuring the output voltage with an electrical test meter.
• Check failed AC supply (power outlet)
Problem
Cannot communicate with the SpaceLink Home Gateway through a wired
network connection.
5. Troubleshooting
Solution
• Verify network configuration by ensuring that there are no duplicate IP
addresses. Power down the device in question and ping the assigned IP
address of the device. Ensure no other device responds to that address.
• Check that the cables used have proper pin outs and connectors or use
another LAN cable.
• Check that the hub, switch, computer, or modem connected to the WAN
port of the SpaceLink Home Gateway supports 10Mbps speed.
This is the LED result if you connect the SpaceLink Home Gateway to a(n):
Auto 10/100 Mbps Hub
Hub LED
ON
Home Gateway WAN LED
ON
Pure 100 Mbps Hub
OFF
OFF
So you will not know if the connection is bad from the SpaceLink Home
Gateway Link LED alone, you will have to look at the Hub LED if you are
not sure what kind of hub the SpaceLink Home Gateway is attached to.
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Problem
The SpaceLink Home Gateway Web Manager still cannot find or connect to
the SpaceLink Home Gateway after verifying the IP address and LAN cable,
changes cannot be made, or password is lost.
Solution
In case the SpaceLink Home Gateway is inaccessible, you can
restore the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s factory default settings.
Use a straightened paper clip to press the button located in the
hole labeled “Reset” on the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway
and keep it depressed over 5 seconds. The LEDs will flash when
reset is successful.
Reset to Defaults
The following are factory default values. These values will be present when you
first receive your the SpaceLink Home Gateway, if you push the reset button on
the back of the SpaceLink Home Gateway over 5 seconds, or if you click the
“Restore” button on the “Factory Default” page under “Advanced Setup”.
Default Value
admin
admin
Yes
192.168.123.1
255.255.255.0
(blank)
192.168.123.1
default
home
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Name
User Name
Password
Enable DHCP
IP Address
Subnet Mask
DNS Server 1
DNS Server 2
SSID
Domain Name
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Problem
My 802.11b PC Card will not associate with the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
Solution
Follow these steps:
1. Try to bring the devices closer together; the PC Card may be out of
range of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
2. Confirm that the SpaceLink Home Gateway and PC Card have the same
SSID.
3. Confirm that the SpaceLink Home Gateway and PC Card have the same
Encryption settings, if enabled.
4. Confirm that the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s Air and Link LEDs are
solid green.
5. Confirm that the authorization table includes or exclucdes the MAC
address of the SpaceLink PC card if “Wireless Access Control” is
enabled.
Problem
The throughput seems slow.
Solution
To achieve maximum throughput, verify that your antennas are well-placed,
not behind metal, and do not have too many obstacles between them. If
you move the client closer to the SpaceLink Home Gateway and throughput
increases, you may want to consider adding a second the SpaceLink Home
Gateway and implementing roaming.
5. Troubleshooting
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Check antenna, connectors and cabling.
Verify network traffic does not exceed 37% of bandwidth.
Check to see that the wired network does not exceed 10 broadcast
messages per second.
Verify wired network topology and configuration.
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Problem
I cannot find the SpaceLink Home Gateways using the SpaceLink Home Gateway
Discovery.
Solution
To configure the SpaceLink Home Gateway through a wireless LAN card,
your computer must be in the same subnet of the SpaceLink Home Gateway.
You cannot find the SpaceLink Home Gateways with subnet different from
your computer within the same gateway. You must change your computer
to the same subnet as the SpaceLink Home Gateway. The factory default
subnet of the SpaceLink Home Gateway is "192.168.123.1".
In Windows NT/2000/XP, you must login with Administrator privileges so that all functions of the SpaceLink Home Gateway Manager can function correctly. If you do not login as a member of the
Administrator group, you cannot change IP settings but can still
run the Discovery utility if the original IP setting is correct.
Problem
How do I upgrade the firmware on the SpaceLink Home Gateway?
5. Troubleshooting
Solution
Periodically, a new Flash Code is available for the SpaceLink Home
Gateways on the ftp site at ftp://ftp.asus.com. Ideally, you should update
the SpaceLink Home Gateway’s Flash Code using “Firmware Upgrade”
on the “Advanced Setup” menu of the web manager.
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Appendix
6. Appendix
Operating frequency range
The DSSS PHY shall operate in the frequency range of 2.4 GHz to 2.4835
GHz as allocated by regulatory bodies in the USA and Europe or in the 2.471
GHz to 2.497 GHz frequency band as allocated by regulatory authority in Japan.
Number of operating channels
The channel center frequencies and CH ID numbers shall be as shown below.
The FCC (US), IC (Canada), and ETSI (Europe) specify operation from 2.4
GHz to 2.4835 GHz. For Japan, operation is specified as 2.471 GHz to 2.497
GHz. France allows operation from 2.4465 GHz to 2.4835 GHz, and Spain
allows operation from 2.445 GHz to 2.475 GHz. For each supported regulatory
domain, all channels marked with “Yes” shall be supported.
In a multiple cell network topology, overlapping and/or adjacent cells using
different channels can operate simultaneously without interference if the
distance between the center frequencies is at least 30 MHz. Channel 14
shall be designated specifically for operation in Japan.
DSSS PHY frequency channel plan
(Regulatory Domains)
CH ID Frequency
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SpaceLink Home Gateway Specifications
The following technical specification is for reference purposes only. Actual
product’s performance and compliance with local telecommunications
regulations may vary from country to country. ASUS will only ship products
that are type approved in the destination country.
WAN Ethernet Port
LAN Ethernet Port
Wireless
Support:
Both Ethernet and 802.3 with Max. Bit Rate 10 Mbps
Auto crossover function (MDI-X)
Connector: RJ45 for 10Base-T
Support:
Both Ethernet and 802.3 with Max. Bit Rate 100Mbps
Connector:
Four Port Switch with Auto crossover function (MDI-X)
Four RJ45 for 10Base-T or 100Base-TX
Freq. Band: 2400-2497 MHz
Antenna:
Modulation:
Data rate:
Output Power:
Printer port
2 Diversity Antennas
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (CCK, DQPSK, DBPSK)
1, 2, 5.5, 11 Mbps
15 dBm
Support: Standard Print Port (SPP)
Connector: 25 PIN D-SUB FEMALE
DC Power Adapter
AC Input: 100V~240V(50~60HZ)
DC Output: 5V with max. 2A current
Visible LEDs
PWR (Power), AIR, WAN, LAN,
LPT, 10/100 indication for LAN Ports
Reset button
Environment
Push for 5 seconds to restore factory setting
Operating Temp.: 0 to 50 o C with 1 meter/sec airflow
Storage Temp.: -20 to 70 o C
Operating Humidity: 0 to 95% (Non-condensing)
Storage Humidity: 0 to 95%
EMI: FCC Part 15 Class B; VCCI Class B;
Appendix
Regulation Certification
ETSI 300 328; CISPR 22 Class B , CE Mark,
FCC Part 68, UL1950, CSA22.2, EN60950
MTBF
More than 10,000 hrs/failure
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Appendix
Glossary
Access Point - An access point is a device that allows wireless clients to
connect to other wireless clients and it acts as a bridge between wireless
clients and a wired Ethernet network.
Broadband - A type of data transmission in which a single medium (such
as cable) carries several channels of data at once.
Channel - Wireless access points allows you to choose different radio
channels in the wireless spectrum. A wireless LAN device operates within
the 2.4 GHz spectrum and a channel is within a FCC specified range, similar
to any radio channel.
Client - A client is the desktop or mobile PC that is connected to your
network.
Device name - Also known as DHCP client ID or network name. Sometimes
provided by an ISP when using DHCP to assign addresses.
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) - This protocol allows a
computer (or many computers on your network) to be automatically assigned
a single IP address from a DHCP server.
DNS Server Address (Domain Name System) - DNS allows Internet host
computers to have a domain name and one or more IP addresses. A DNS
server keeps a database of host computers and their respective domain names
and IP addresses, so that when a user enters a domain name into the Internet
browser, the user is sent to the proper IP address. The DNS server address
used by the computers on your home network is the location of the DNS
server your ISP has assigned.
DSL Modem (Digital Subscriber Line) - A DSL modem uses your existing
phone lines to transmit data at high speeds.
Encryption - This provides wireless data transmissions with a level of
security.
ESSID (Extended Service Set Identifier) - You must have the same ESSID
entered into the gateway and each of its wireless clients. The ESSID is a
unique identifier for your wireless network.
Appendix
Ethernet - Ethernet networks are connected by cables and hubs, and move
data around. This is a standard for computer networks.
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Firewall - A firewall determines which information passes in and out of a
network. NAT can create a natural firewall by hiding a local network’s IP
addresses from the Internet. A Firewall prevents anyone outside of your
network from accessing your computer and possibly damaging or viewing
your files.
Gateway - A network point that manages all the data traffic of your network,
as well as to the Internet and connects one network to another.
IEEE - The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The IEEE
sets standards for networking, including Ethernet LANs. IEEE standards
ensure interoperability between systems of the same type.
IP Address (Internet Protocol) - An IP address consists of a series of four
numbers separated by periods, that identifies a unique Internet computer
host, allowing messages intended for that computer to be delivered to the
correct destination.
ISP (Internet Service Provider) - An ISP is a business that allows
individuals or businesses to connect to the Internet. Users log on to the
Internet using an account with an ISP or Internet Service Provider. ISPs
can serve IP addresses dynamically, or assign static (fixed) IP addresses to
individual computers.
ISP Gateway Address - The ISP Gateway Address is an IP address for the
Internet router. This address is only required when using a cable or DSL
modem.
LAN (Local Area Network) - A LAN is a group of computers and devices
connected together in a relatively small area (such as a house or an office).
Your home network is considered a LAN.
MAC Address (Media Access Control) - A MAC address is the hardware
address of a device connected to a network.
Appendix
NAT (Network Address Translation) - NAT masks a local network’s group
of IP addresses from the external network, allowing a local network of
computers to share a single ISP account. This process allows all of the
computers on your home network to use one IP address. This will enable
access to the Internet from any computer on your home network without
having to purchase more IP addresses from your ISP.
PC Card - This is an Ethernet card that connects to the PCMCIA slot on
your Notebook PC. This enables the computer to communicate with wireless
access points.
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PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) - PPP is a protocol for communication
between computers using a serial interface, typically a personal computer
connected by phone line to a server.
PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) - Point-to-Point Protocol
is a method of secure data transmission. PPP using Ethernet to connect to
an ISP.
Subnet Mask - A subnet mask is a set of four numbers configured like an
IP address. It is used to create IP address numbers used only within a
particular network.
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) - This is the
standard protocol for data transmission over the Internet. Protocols used to
connect hosts on the Internet.
WAN (Wide Area Network) - A system of LANs, connected together. A
network that connects computers located in separate areas, (i.e., different
buildings, cities, countries). The Internet is a wide area network.
WECA (Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance) - An industry group
that certifies cross-vender interoperability and compatibility of IEEE
802.11b wireless networking products and to promote that standard for
enterprise, small business, and home environments.
WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) - This is a group of computers
and other devices connected wirelessly in a small area. A wireless network
is referred to as LAN or WLAN.
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R78
33
SD_CLK 1
L18
2
1
MLB-160808-0120A-N2
H21
H22
G19
G20
G21
G22
F19
F20
F21
F22
E19
E20
SD_BS0
SD_BS1
E22
E21
SD_DQM0
SD_DQM1
SD_DQM2
SD_DQM3
C20
D22
D21
D20
SD_CKE
C21
C22
B22
A22
B21
A21
SD_CS
SD_RAS#
SD_CAS#
SD_WE#
SDRAM_ADDR0
SDRAM_ADDR1
SDRAM_ADDR2
SDRAM_ADDR3
SDRAM_ADDR4
SDRAM_ADDR5
SDRAM_ADDR6
SDRAM_ADDR7
SDRAM_ADDR8
SDRAM_ADDR9
SDRAM_ADDR10
SDRAM_ADDR11
SDRAM_BA0
SDRAM_BA1
SDRAM_DQM0
SDRAM_DQM1
SDRAM_DQM2
SDRAM_DQM3
SDRAM_CKE
SDRAM_CLK
SDRAM_CS_L
SDRAM_RAS_L
SDRAM_CAS_L
SDRAM_WE_L
SD_DQ0
SD_DQ1
SD_DQ2
SD_DQ3
SD_DQ4
SD_DQ5
SD_DQ6
SD_DQ7
SD_DQ8
SD_DQ9
SD_DQ10
SD_DQ11
SD_DQ12
SD_DQ13
SD_DQ14
SD_DQ15
SD_DQ16
SD_DQ17
SD_DQ18
SD_DQ19
SD_DQ20
SD_DQ21
SD_DQ22
SD_DQ23
SD_DQ24
SD_DQ25
SD_DQ26
SD_DQ27
SD_DQ28
SD_DQ29
SD_DQ30
SD_DQ31
C15
A16
B16
C16
A17
B17
C17
D17
A18
B18
C18
A19
B19
C19
A20
B20
H20
H19
J22
J21
J20
J19
K22
K21
K20
L22
L21
L20
M22
M21
M20
M19
SDRAM_DATA0
SDRAM_DATA1
SDRAM_DATA2
SDRAM_DATA3
SDRAM_DATA4
SDRAM_DATA5
SDRAM_DATA6
SDRAM_DATA7
SDRAM_DATA8
SDRAM_DATA9
SDRAM_DATA10
SDRAM_DATA11
SDRAM_DATA12
SDRAM_DATA13
SDRAM_DATA14
SDRAM_DATA15
SDRAM_DATA16
SDRAM_DATA17
SDRAM_DATA018
SDRAM_DATA19
SDRAM_DATA20
SDRAM_DATA21
SDRAM_DATA22
SDRAM_DATA23
SDRAM_DATA24
SDRAM_DATA25
SDRAM_DATA26
SDRAM_DATA27
SDRAM_DATA28
SDRAM_DATA29
SDRAM_DATA30
SDRAM_DATA31
BCM4702
2
C137
?(24PF)
SD_A0
SD_A1
SD_A2
SD_A3
SD_A4
SD_A5
SD_A6
SD_A7
SD_A8
SD_A9
SD_A10
SD_A11
5 A[21:0]
D[15:0]
U3B
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
Y21
Y20
AA22
AB22
AB21
AA21
AB20
AA20
AB19
AA19
Y19
AB18
AA18
Y18
AB17
AA17
Y17
AB16
AA16
Y16
AB15
AB13
Y7
AA7
AB7
Y8
EIF_MISC_CS#
EIF_FLASH_CS#
5 EIF_MISC_CS#
EB_A0
EB_A1
EB_A2
EB_A3
EB_A4
EB_A5
EB_A6
EB_A7
EB_A8
EB_A9
EB_A10
EB_A11
EB_A12
EB_A13
EB_A14
EB_A15
EB_A16
EB_A17
EB_A18
EB_A19
EB_FLASH_A20
EB_FLASH_A21
EB_D0
EB_D1
EB_D2
Out
EB_D4
EB_D5
EB_D6
EB_D7
EB_D8
EB_D9
EB_D10
EB_D11
EB_D12
EB_D13
EB_D14
EB_D15
EB_FLASH_OE_L
EB_FLASH_WE_L
EB_PCMCIA_WAIT_L
EB_PCMCIA_REG_L
EB_SYNC_TA_L
EB_SYNC_CLK
AA13
Y13
W13
AB12
AA12
Y12
W12
AB11
AA11
Y11
W11
AB10
AA10
Y10
W10
AB9
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
AA8
AB8
Y9
AA9
AB6
AA6
EIF_OE#
EIF_WE#
EIF_WAIT#
5
4
EIF_OE# 5
EIF_WE# 5
EIF_WAIT# 5
EB_PCMCIA_CE1_L
EB_PCMCIA_CE2_L
EB_SYNC_CS_L
EB_FLASH_CS_L
BCM4702
D14
D15
R161
?(10K)
1
1
HEATSINK1
R147
10K 2
2
1
+3.3V_DIG
R148
?(10K)
3
D 1 5 = = V C C =>big enian mode
D 1 4 = = G N D => flash 8 bit mode
R 1 4 8 / R 1 4 7 P O P High:16bits word mode
R 1 6 2 P O P L o w:Little enian mode
2
R162
10K
3
?(HEATSINK)
+3.3V_DIG
21
20
SD_DQM1
SD_DQM0
39
15
SD_CS
SD_RAS#
SD_CAS#
SD_WE#
SD_CKE
SD_CLK
19
18
17
16
37
38
BS1
BS0
UDQM
LDQM
NC1
CS#
RAS#
CAS#
WE#
CKE
CLK
40
SD_BS1
SD_BS0
21
20
SD_DQM3
SD_DQM2
39
15
SD_CS
SD_RAS#
SD_CAS#
SD_WE#
SD_CKE
SD_CLK
19
18
17
16
37
38
UDQM
LDQM
NC1
CS#
RAS#
CAS#
WE#
CKE
CLK
1
C134
100NF
+3.3V_DIG
2
C133
100NF
2
C132
100NF
2
2
C131
100NF
1
1
1
1
1
2
C130
100NF
U17
2
4
5
7
8
10
11
13
42
44
45
47
48
50
51
53
SD_DQ16
SD_DQ17
SD_DQ18
SD_DQ19
SD_DQ20
SD_DQ21
SD_DQ22
SD_DQ23
SD_DQ24
SD_DQ25
SD_DQ26
SD_DQ27
SD_DQ28
SD_DQ29
SD_DQ30
SD_DQ31
40
4,6,8 POR_RESET#
28
41
54
6
12
46
52
+3.3V_DIG
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
48
17
16
9
10
EIF_WE#
EIF_OE#
EIF_FLASH_CS#
11
28
26
12
14
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
WE#
OE#
CE#
RESET#
WP#/ACC
Vcc
BYTE#
NC
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15/A-1
RY/BY#
Vss1
Vss2
37
47
2
1
13
2
1
29
31
33
35
38
40
42
44
30
32
34
36
39
41
43
45
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
15
27
46
R155
1K
1
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
BS1
BS0
2
2
1
14
27
3
9
43
49
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
A11
NC2
C21
100NF
R154
?(1K)
C22
100NF
2
23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
36
C20
100NF
W986416DH-6
28
41
54
6
12
46
52
W986416DH-6
U8
VCC1
VCC2
VCC5
VCCQ1
VCCQ2
VCCQ4
VCCQ3
SD_A0
SD_A1
SD_A2
SD_A3
SD_A4
SD_A5
SD_A6
SD_A7
SD_A8
SD_A9
SD_A10
SD_A11
SD_DQ0
SD_DQ1
SD_DQ2
SD_DQ3
SD_DQ4
SD_DQ5
SD_DQ6
SD_DQ7
SD_DQ8
SD_DQ9
SD_DQ10
SD_DQ11
SD_DQ12
SD_DQ13
SD_DQ14
SD_DQ15
1
1
C128
100NF
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
14
27
3
9
43
49
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
DQ15
2
4
5
7
8
10
11
13
42
44
45
47
48
50
51
53
C126
C127
100NF 100NF
1
SD_BS1
SD_BS0
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10/AP
A11
NC2
C125
100NF
VSS3
VSS2
VSS
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ4
VSSQ3
2
23
24
25
26
29
30
31
32
33
34
22
35
36
C122
100NF
VSS3
VSS2
VSS
VSSQ1
VSSQ2
VSSQ4
VSSQ3
SD_A0
SD_A1
SD_A2
SD_A3
SD_A4
SD_A5
SD_A6
SD_A7
SD_A8
SD_A9
SD_A10
SD_A11
C19
C18
100NF 100NF
VCC1
VCC2
VCC5
VCCQ1
VCCQ2
VCCQ4
VCCQ3
U5
1
1
+3.3V_DIG
R150
0
1
2
D15
1
2
A0
2
R152
?(R)
AM29LV320DT-90EI
2
C117
100NF
1
1
Title :
Engineer:
2-CPU&MEMORY
Size
Project Name
Rev
C
Date:
A
B
C
D
R1.0
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Sheet
E
3
of
12
A
B
C
D
E
+3.3V_DIG
+1.8V_5325
L6
1
C43
100NF
2
LED9
+1.8V_5325
120 OHM/100MHZ
1
1
1
C44
1
C110
4.7UF/10V
1
SW_+3V
R179
+
LED1A_LINK/ACT
2
LED-SW1
LED11
2
2
1NF
2
C42
100NF
2
C41
100NF
2
C40
100NF
1
1
1
2
C39
?(100NF)
2
1
2
C38
100NF
2
2
+ C37
10UF/16V
1
1
1
EPHY_VDDPLL
+ C36
10UF/16V
+
330
R180
LED2A_LINK/ACT
2
L7
C53
100NF
SW_+3V
LED-SW2
LED13
C111
4.7UF/10V
1
+
330
R181
1
19
12
13
14
17
18
20
2
2
2
*R137/R134:External supply clock,
MII0_TXEN
when U9 No pop and CPU not setting.
*U13,R137,R134:Together POP or No pop
24
11
MII0_MDC
MII0_MDIO
2
1
C15
2
1
61
1
27PF
25MHZ
X1
62
3
POR_RESET#
3,6,8
1
27PF
1
2
3
128
SW_+3V
2
C16
2
C118
100NF
SW_+3V
U9
R128
?(4.7K)
R132
?(4.7K)
8
7
6
5
1
2
3
4
Vcc
CS
NC
SK
ORG/NC DI
GND
DO
AT93C46
R139
R141
R142
R143
R144
R149
R151
R156
R157
R160
R153
?(4.7K)
?(4.7K)
?(4.7K)
?(4.7K)
?(4.7K)
?(4.7K)
4.7K
?(4.7K)
?(4.7K)
?(4.7K)
4.7K
33
R88 2
1
1
R87
33
ENFDXFLOW
ENHDXFLOW
HW_FWDG_EN
MDIX_DIS
MII_FDX
MII_SPD100
CPU_EPROM_SEL
MII_7WIRE_SEL
QOS_MODE
FREQ1
FREQ0
23
100
101
40
49
97
96
47
95
43
37
36
7
8
6
5
2
R117
1
2
57
59
65
76
77
88
89
60
TD5+
TD5RD5+
RD5LED5A#
LED5B#
LED5C#
TXC
TXD3/QOS_PORTSEL0
TXD2/QOS_PORTSEL1
TXD1/QOS_FC_DIS
TXD0
TXEN
TXER
TD4+
TD4RD4+
RD4LED4A#
LED4B#
LED4C#
CRS
COL
TD3+
TD3RD3+
RD3LED3A#
LED3B#
LED3C#
BCM5325M
MDC
MDIO
XTALI/CK25
XTALO
TD2+
TD2RD2+
RD2LED2A#
LED2B#
LED2C#
RST#
LINK#
ENFDXFLOW
ENHDXFLOW
HW_FWDG_EN
MDIX_DIS
MII_FDX#
MII_SPD100#
CPU_EPROM_SEL
MII_7WIRE
QOS_MODE
FREQ[1]
FREQ[0]
TD1+
TD1RD1+
RD1LED1A#
LED1B#
LED1C#
LEDMODE2
LEDDATA/LEDMODE1
LEDCLK/LEDMODE0
SCK
SS#
MOSI
MISO
TEST0
TEST1
RDAC
VDDBIAS
1.27K
GNDXTAL
63
64
121
108
102
50
35
28
16
66
75
78
87
90
GNDP7
GNDP6
GNDP5
GNDP4
GNDP3
GNDP2
GNDP1
GNDA5
GNDA4
GNDA3
GNDA2
GNDA1
GNDPLL
GNDBIAS
GNDC5
GNDC4
GNDC3
GNDC2
GNDC1
NC11
NC10
NC9
NC8
NC7
NC6
120
109
51
27
15
46
48
52
53
54
55
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
BCM5325
94
93
92
91
123
124
125
83
84
85
86
118
119
122
71
72
73
74
110
111
112
70
69
68
67
105
106
107
99
127
126
LED2A_LINK/ACT
MII0_COL
MII0_CRS
MII0_MDIO
MII0_MDC
BCM4702
R183
?(10K)
2
2
2
R185
?(10K)
R184
?(10K)
1
2
LED_MODE
LED_DATA
LED_CLK
41
42
56
2.7
58
1 R66
1 R84
1 R83
afe_pwrdwn
BCM4702
2
2
2
2
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
SW_+3V
U10
3
4
32
38
39
R76
1
NC2
TXTX+
RXRX+
R59
1
1
2
2
P4REF1
75
C77
C76
HEATSINK2
R60
1
100PF
100NF
2
P4REF2
C
TX4P
RX4M
RX4P
C
R81
CMT3 1
R80
2
75
2
1
C87
2
TX3M
R85
1
100PF
2
C
B15
A15
P3REF2
TX3P
RX3M
RX3P
75
C
R94
CMT2 1
2
1
1
75
C92
C
100NF
P2REF1
2
P2REF2
TX2M
R96
100PF
C
1
TX2P
RX2M
RX2P
75
R207
R107
CMT1 1
2
75
C100
2
B14
A14
D13
C13
B13
8
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
8
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
2
75
75
C99
2
R/1206
C
C94
100NF
2
1
TX1M
R227
TX1P
RX1M
RX1P
75
100PF
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
7
42
44
NC4
2
R71
0
C46
100NF
1
2
1
2
R110
0
C45
100NF
1
2
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
R115
0
C97
100NF
1
2
1
7
RXM4
RXP4
TCT4
TXM4
TXP4
TXP3
TXM3
TCT3
RXP3
RXM3
RXM2
RXP2
TCT2
TXM2
TXP2
TXP1
TXM1
TCT1
RXP1
RXM1
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
TD+1
TD-1
NC1
RD+1
RD-1
RD-2
RD+2
NC2
TD-2
TD+2
TD+3
TD-3
NC3
RD+3
RD-3
RD-4
RD+4
NC4
TD-4
TD+4
LF8731
TX+4
TX-4
NC8
RX+4
RX-4
RX-3
RX+3
NC7
TX-3
TX+3
TX+2
TX-2
NC6
RX+2
RX-2
RX-1
RX+1
NC5
TX-1
TX+1
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
RX4M
RX4P
CMT4
TX4M
TX4P
RX3P
RX3M
CMT3
TX3P
TX3M
RX2M
RX2P
CMT2
TX2M
TX2P
RX1P
RX1M
CMT1
TX1P
TX1M
2
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
R91
1
D14
C14
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
P3REF1
75
C88
100NF
TX4M
75
1
R190
100NF
2
1
TXTX+
75
A11
0
2
C81
1
C
J13
C102
?(100NF)
2
afe_dac0
afe_dac1
afe_dac2
afe_dac3
afe_dac4
1
1
1
1
+48V
1
led0_l
led1_l
led2_l
led3_l
afe_gain0
afe_gain1
3
R118
2
B10
A10
C9
B9
afe_adc0
afe_adc1
afe_adc2
afe_adc3
afe_adc4
afe_adc5
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
SW_+3V
1
A13
C12
B12
A12
C11
B11
afe_reset__l
afe_cal
2
2
2
2
TXP1
TXM1
RXP1
RXM1
U3D
afe_clk64
1
1
1
1
TXP2
TXM2
RXP2
RXM2
SW_+3V
HeatSink
C10
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
BCM5325_TDP1
BCM5325_TDN1
BCM5325_RDP1
BCM5325_RDN1
10K
10K
10K
2
MII0_MDIO
MII0_MDC
R108
R109
R111
R112
R101
R116
R114
R113
1
R21
R22
2
2
2
2
TXP3
TXM3
RXP3
RXM3
LED1A_LINK/ACT
2
MII0_RXCLK
MII0_RXDV/UART_SIN
MII0_RXER
MII0_RXCLK
MII0_CRS
1
1
1
1
SW_+3V
1
R19
R20
MII0_TXCLK
MII0_TXEN/UART_DSR_L
MII0_TXER/UART_GPO1
V22
U20
T22
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
49.9(1%)
BCM5325_TDP2
BCM5325_TDN2
BCM5325_RDP2
BCM5325_RDN2
2
MII0_CRS
V21
V20
V19
R69
R70
R72
R73
SW_+3V
1
MII0_TXCLK
MII0_TXEN
MII0_RXD0
MII0_RXD1
MII0_RXD2
MII0_RXD3
2
2
2
2
BCM5325_TDP3
BCM5325_TDN3
BCM5325_RDP3
BCM5325_RDN3
LED3A_LINK/ACT
R61
T21
T20
U22
U21
1
1
1
1
TXP4
TXM4
RXP4
RXM4
SW_+3V
82
81
80
79
113
116
117
CMT4 1
MII0_RXD0
MII0_RXD1/UART_RI_L
MII0_RXD2/UART_DCD_L
MII0_RXD3/UART_CTS_L
R82
R77
R75
R74
BCM5325_TDP4
BCM5325_TDN4
BCM5325_RDP4
BCM5325_RDN4
LED4A_LINK/ACT
U3F
MII0_TXD0/UART_GPO0
MII0_TXD1/UART_DTR_L
MII0_TXD2/UART_RTS_L
MII0_TXD3/UART_SOUT
330
SW_+3V
RXRX+
W22
W21
W20
Y22
LED4A_LINK/ACT
2
LED-SW4
2
MII0_TXD0
MII0_TXD1
MII0_TXD2
MII0_TXD3
R182
+
1
MII0_RXCLK
R89
?(10K) 1
R90
?(10K) 1
R92
?(10K) 1
1
2
MII0_RXCLK1
2
MII0_RXD3
MII0_RXD2
MII0_RXD1
MII0_RXD0
MII0_CRS
R95
33
SW_+3V
RXC
RXD3
RXD2
RXD1
RXD0
RXDV
RXER
VDDPLL
26
34
33
31
30
29
25
330
LED14
VDDXTAL
MII0_TXCLK0
2
MII0_TXD3
MII0_TXD2
MII0_TXD1
MII0_TXD0
MII0_TXEN
VDDA1
VDDA2
VDDA3
VDDA4
VDDA5
1
VDDC1
VDDC2
VDDC3
VDDC4
VDDC5
MII0_TXCLK
10
22
44
98
104
114
U11
VDDP1
VDDP2
VDDP3
VDDP4
VDDP5
VDDP6
9
21
45
103
115
LED-SW3
R100
33
4
LED3A_LINK/ACT
2
2
2
1NF
2
2
C103
100NF
2
120 OHM/100MHZ
1
C101
1
1
1
1
C72
100NF
2
C89
100NF
2
C78
100NF
2
C75
100NF
1
1
1
C58
10UF/16V
2
2
+
2
+ C79
10UF/16V
4
1
1
1
EPHY_VDDXTAL
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
8
7
6
5
4
3
NC3
43
2
1
NC1
1
41
C
JACK-40P
R191
C
R/1206
Title :
Engineer:
Size
Project Name
Rev
C
Date:
A
B
C
D
R0.6
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Sheet
E
4
of
12
A
B
C
D
E
NOTE: IN PCMICA Mode
A20 = IOWR#
A21 = IORD#
PCMCIA_WP = GPIO0
RESET = GPIO7
4
4
+3.3V_DIG
3 A[21:0]
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
3
D[15:0]
3
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
R64
?(10K)
COM Port
J11
D0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
A0
A1
A2
A3
+5V
+5V
EIF_OE#
EIF_WE#
4702_GPIO1
3 EIF_OE#
3 EIF_WE#
4,5,6 4702_GPIO[7:0]
R201
10K
3
CON18
+3.3V_DIG
A4
1
2
EIF_WAIT#
5
1
2
3
A VCC
B
GND Y
7432(1)
4,5,6 4702_GPIO[7:0]
+3.3V_DIG
U16
2
EIF_MISC_CS#
3
5
4
1
EIF_WAIT#
EIF_MISC_CS#
C176
100NF
2
R127
10K
2
R130
10K
4702_GPIO7
1
2
Broadcom Corporation
1
1
<OrgAddr1>
<OrgAddr2>
Title
Block Diagram
A
B
C
D
Size
B
Document Number
BCM4702
Date:
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Rev
R0.6
Sheet
E
5
of
12
A
B
C
1
1
1
1
C63
C65
100NF
100NF
100NF
2
C66
100NF
2
C64
100NF
2
C67
100NF
2
C62
2
D
E
WAN_+3V
2
R26
10K(1%)
MII1_RXER
4.7K-4R8P
4.7K-4R8P
4.7K-4R8P
4.7K-4R8P
4.7K
2
1
R45
1 RN1A
3 RN1B
5 RN1C
7 RN1D
2
4
6
8
2
4.7K
1
R44
1
WAN_+3V
2
15
4
16
3
5
48
47
46
45
19
MII1_CRS
MII1_RXDV
R33
4.7K
MII1_RXD0
MII1_RXD1
MII1_RXD2
MII1_RXD3
MII1_MDIO
MII1_MDC
1
43
44
2
31
RBIAD
18
1
7
25
COL
RMII_mode/RX_CLK
REPEATER/CRS
RXDV/CRSDV
ISOLATE/RXER
PHYAD4/RXD0
PHYAD3/RXD1
PHYAD2/RXD2
PHYAD1/RXD3
PHYAD0/INTR
MDIO
MDC
42
RST#
XO
VCC25OUT
BURNIN#_L/LED0
SPD100/LED1
DUPLEX/LED2
ANEN/LED3
EPHY_RDN
EPHY_RDP
24
28
3,4,8 POR_RESET#
X2
25MHZ
C54
1
R27
330K
2
18PF
39
LED21
36
20
21
22
23
C52
+3.3V_DIG
+2.5V_DIG
WAN_LINK/ACT
1
2
1
R169
150
2
R34
510
1
2
18PF
LED(WAN)
R192
4.7K
R170
R232
?(4.7K)
2
?(4.7K)
4.7K
40
R194
1
4
2 R41
2 R39
1
1
AC101L
17
2
6
33
30
29
38
37
R46
?(10K)
XI
26
27
1
1
2
4.7K
PDOWN#
SD/FXEN
EPHY_TDN
EPHY_TDP
3
MII1_RXCLK
R65
MII1_COL
RXN
RXP
34
35
2
R38
33
TXN
TXP
1
1
TXC
TXEN
TXD0
TXD1
TXD2
TXD3
TXER
VCC33IN
VCCPLL
1
9
10
11
12
13
14
8
VCC1
VCC2
VCC3
VCC4
2
MII1_TXEN
MII1_TXD0
MII1_TXD1
MII1_TXD2
MII1_TXD3
MII1_TXER
2
4
U6
1
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND5
GND6
GND7
GND8
MII1_TXCLKR86
10K
2
R37
10K
2
+
R231
?(4.7K)
R40
33
41
32
2
2
+ C51
10UF/16V
1
1
1
1
+2.5V_DIG
R193
4.7K
4.7K
+2.5V_DIG
4.7K
1
R47
0
2
C119
100NF
3
3
U3E
2
MII1_TXD0
MII1_TXD1
MII1_TXD2
MII1_TXD3
A8
B8
C8
D8
MII1_TXCLK
MII1_TXEN
MII1_TXER
B7
C7
D7
MII1_COL
MII1_CRS
B5
A5
MII1_TXD0
MII1_TXD1
MII1_TXD2
MII1_TXD3
MII1_RXD0
MII1_RXD1
MII1_RXD2
MII1_RXD3
MII1_TXCLK
MII1_TXEN
MII1_TXER
MII1_RXCLK
MII1_RXDV
MII1_RXER
MII1_COL
MII1_CRS
MII1_MDIO
MII1_MDC
BCM4702
D5
A6
B6
C6
MII1_RXD0
MII1_RXD1
MII1_RXD2
MII1_RXD3
A7
D6
C5
MII1_RXCLK
MII1_RXDV
MII1_RXER
D4
C4
MII1_MDIO
MII1_MDC
+3.3V_DIG
R58
1K
2
1
2
+2.5V_DIG
+2.5V_DIG
R32
49.9(1%)
2
R31
49.9(1%)
2
R49
49.9(1%)
2
1
1
C61
C69
100NF
100NF
2
<>
2
2
10UF/16V
1
+
C71
1
1
1
3
2
6
8
7
R50 49.9(1%)
2
1
1
4
5
2
1NF
TX+
TXTXCT
H11XX
RD+
RDRDCT
RX+
RXRXCT
NC1
NC2
16
14
15
TX+
TX-
11
9
10
RX+
RX-
TX+
TX-
RX+
RX-
12
13
NC3
NC4
LF8505
C60
2
C68
TD+
TDTDCT
1
1
1
U7
1
R30
75
100NF
2
2
Route this area void of PWR/GND
planes and high speed nets. Also keep
traces short and route as matched
length differential pairs.
1
R29
75
C59
1NF-C1808
2
EPHY_RDN
EPHY_RDP
EPHY_TDN
EPHY_TDP
C
R188
R/1206
1
1
R189
R/1206
Title
<Title>
Size
C
Date:
A
B
C
D
Document Number
<Doc>
Rev
R0.6
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Sheet
E
6
of
12
A
B
C
D
E
R63
2GHZ Activity
2GHZ Activity
0
+3.3V_DIG
LED17
4,6,8 4702_GPIO[7:0]
R125
R208
4702_GPIO4
2
1
2
1
+
LED(2GHz)
100
MINIB_+3V
4
2GHZ Activity
2GHZ Activity
PCI_INTA
PCI_CLK_SLOT1
PCI_REQ1
PCI_AD31
PCI_AD29
PCI_AD27
PCI_AD25
PCI_CBE3
PCI_AD23
PCI_AD21
PCI_AD19
PCI_AD17
PCI_CBE2
PCI_IRDY
PCI_CLKRUN
PCI_SERR
PCI_PERR
PCI_CBE1
PCI_AD14
PCI_AD12
PCI_AD10
3
PCI_AD8
PCI_AD7
PCI_AD5
PCI_AD3
PCI_AD1
+1.8V_MINI PCI
+1.8V_MINI PCI
MINIB_+3V
HOLD1
HOLD2
HOLD3
HOLD4
J10
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
51
53
55
57
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
73
75
77
79
81
83
85
87
89
91
93
95
97
99
101
103
105
107
109
111
113
115
117
119
121
123
125
126
127
128
?(0)
TIP
LAN REV1
LAN REV2
LAN REV3
LAN REV4
LAN REV5
LAN REV6
LAN REV7
INTB#
VCC3_1
REV1
GND1
CLK
GND2
REQ#
VCC3_2
AD31
AD29
GND3
AD27
AD25
REV2
C/BE3#
AD23
GND4
AD21
AD19
GND5
AD17
C/BE2#
IRDY#
VCC3_3
CLKRUN#
SERR#
GND6
PERR#
C/BE1#
AD14
GND7
AD12
AD10
GND8
AD08
AD07
VCC3_4
AD05
REV
AD03
VCC5_1
AD01
GND16
AC_SYNC
AC_SDATA_IN1
AC_BIT_CLK
AC_CODEC_CLK
MOD_AUDIO_MON
AUDIO_GND1
SYS_AUDIO_OUT
SYS_AUDIO_OUT GND
AUDIO_GND
NC
+5VA
RING
LAN REV8
LAN REV9
LAN REV10
LAN REV11
LAN_REV12
LAN_REV13
LAN_REV14
VCC5_2
INTA#
REV3
+3.3VAUX1
RST#
VCC3_5
GNT#
GND9
PME#
REV4
AD30
VCC3_6
AD28
AD26
AD24
IDSEL
GND10
AD22
AD20
PAR
AD18
AD16
GND11
FRAME#
TRDY#
STOP#
VCC3_7
DEVSEL#
GND12
AD15
AD13
AD11
GND13
AD09
C/BE0#
VCC3_8
AD06
AD04
AD02
AD00
REV5
REV6
GND14
M66EN
AC_SDATA_OUT
AC_SDATA_IN2
AC_RESET#
REV7
GND15
SYS_AUDIO_IN
SYS_AUDIO_IN GND
AUDIO_GND2
MCPIACT#
+3.3VAUX2
MINI_PCI
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
66
68
70
72
74
76
78
80
82
84
86
88
90
92
94
96
98
100
102
104
106
108
110
112
114
116
118
120
122
124
4
+5V
PCI_INTA
PCI_RST
PCI_GNT1
PCI_PME
PCI_AD30
PCI_AD28
PCI_AD26
PCI_AD24
IDSEL_SLOT1
R23
100
PCI_AD18
PCI_AD22
PCI_AD20
PCI_PAR
PCI_AD18
PCI_AD16
PCI_FRAME
PCI_TRDY
PCI_STOP
PCI_DEVSEL
PCI_AD15
PCI_AD13
PCI_AD11
3
PCI_AD9
PCI_CBE0
PCI_AD6
PCI_AD4
PCI_AD2
PCI_AD0
Slot 1(802.11b/g)
+5V
22
PCI_CLK
1
PCI_CLK_SLOT1
R68
C178
10PF
2
2
2
U3C
PCI_AD31
PCI_AD30
PCI_AD29
PCI_AD28
PCI_AD27
PCI_AD26
PCI_AD25
PCI_AD24
PCI_AD23
PCI_AD22
PCI_AD21
PCI_AD20
PCI_AD19
PCI_AD18
PCI_AD17
PCI_AD16
PCI_AD15
PCI_AD14
PCI_AD13
PCI_AD12
PCI_AD11
PCI_AD10
PCI_AD9
PCI_AD8
PCI_AD7
PCI_AD6
PCI_AD5
PCI_AD4
PCI_AD3
PCI_AD2
PCI_AD1
PCI_AD0
G2
G1
H3
H2
H1
J4
J3
J2
K2
K1
L3
L2
L1
M3
M2
M1
T3
T2
T1
U4
U3
U2
U1
V4
V2
V1
W3
W2
W1
Y3
Y2
Y1
PCI_AD31
PCI_AD30
PCI_AD29
PCI_AD28
PCI_AD27
PCI_AD26
PCI_AD25
PCI_AD24
PCI_AD23
PCI_AD22
PCI_AD21
PCI_AD20
PCI_AD19
PCI_AD18
PCI_AD17
PCI_AD16
PCI_AD15
PCI_AD14
PCI_AD13
PCI_AD12
PCI_AD11
PCI_AD10
PCI_AD9
PCI_AD8
PCI_AD7
PCI_AD6
PCI_AD5
PCI_AD4
PCI_AD3
PCI_AD2
PCI_AD1
PCI_AD0
PCI_CBE3_L
PCI_CBE2_L
PCI_CBE1_L
PCI_CBE0_L
PCI_FRAME_L
PCI_IRDY_L
PCI_TRDY_L
PCI_DEVSEL_L
PCI_STOP_L
PCI_PERR_L
PCI_SERR_L
PCI_PAR
PCI_INTA_L
PCI_INTB_L/EB_STSCHG_L
PCI_RST_L
PCI_CLK
PCI_PME_L
PCI_IDSEL
PCI_REQ0_L
PCI_GNT0_L
PCI_REQ1_L
PCI_GNT1_L
RESERVED1
PCI_CBE3
PCI_CBE2
PCI_CBE1
PCI_CBE0
PCI_FRAME
R20
PCI_IRDY
10K
R19
PCI_TRDY
R14
10K
PCI_DEVSEL
10K
R7
PCI_STOP
R129
10K
PCI_PERR
10K
R159
PCI_SERR
R13
2.7K
PCI_PAR
2.7K
PCI_INTA
2 R18 10K 1
PCI_INTB
R158 1
2
PCI_RST
10K
PCI_CLK
1K
PCI_PME
R8
IDSEL_4710
R93 1 PCI_AD16
2
PCI_REQ0
R11
100
+3.3V_DIG
PCI_GNT0
R9
10K
+3.3V_DIG
PCI_REQ1
R12
10K
+3.3V_DIG
PCI_GNT1
R10 10K
+3.3V_DIG
10K
PCI_CLKRUN
J1
N3
T4
V3
N2
N1
P2
P1
R4
R3
R2
R1
AA2
AA1
E2
E1
E3
K3
G3
F1
F2
F3
P3
+3.3V_DIG
BCM4702
1
1
Title :
Engineer:
Size
Project Name
Rev
C
Date:
A
B
C
D
R0.6
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Sheet
E
7
of
12
A
B
C
D
E
U3G
USB2_P
USB2_N
+3.3V_DIG
+3.3V_DIG
U24
C141
10UF/10V
2
4
+3.3V_DIG
(S.W reset to default)
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
LED3
R205
2
R195
1
SW1
1
3
C142
330
4702_GPIO6
2
4
0
100NF
PB-Reset default
C143
LED-USB
100NF
2
2
15K
VCC
Rext1
Cext1
Q1
/Q2
CLR2
2B
2A
1
R99
15K
1A
1B
CLR1
/Q1
Q2
Cext2
Rext2
GND
2
R97
1
R178
?(10K)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
R196
3.3K
4
74HC123DT
R204
10K
R57
10K
2
1
1
1
+3.3V_DIG
100NF
C108
4.7UF/10V
+
2
1
+5V
+1.8V_4702
C98
1NF
L12
2
2
330UF/16V
L11
120 OHM/100MHZ
2
1
PLLVDD
C73
CE2
NOTE: Route XTAL traces
away from DAC output pins
and add GND guard trace to
separate DAC outputs from
XTAL pins
USB1_C
2
1
1
2
2
C116
10PF
2
C96
1NF
1
C115
22PF
1
2
C114
10NF
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
C138
100NF
2
C136
100NF
A2
1
3
1
2
2
0
EXT_POR_L
1
+3.3V_DIG
PB-RESET
C188
100NF
C120
2
(H.W reset)
2
Y14
E6
E16
E17
E18
F5
F18
G18
K18
N18
T18
U5
U18
V6
V16
V17
V18
NC13
NC14
NC15
NC16
NC17
NC18
NC23
NC22
NC12
NC21
NC20
NC19
NC27
NC26
NC25
NC24
AVDD
W14
PLLVDD
F4
N4
W4
VESD1
VESD2
VESD3
R18
V14
V15
P18
E8
W6
E9
E14
E15
H5
H18
J5
J18
VDDIO2
VDDIO11
VDDIO10
VDDIO1
VDDIO4
VDDIO3
VDDIO5
VDDIO14
VDDIO15
VDDIO9
VDDIO8
VDDIO7
VDDIO6
V9
P5
K4
R5
V8
L4
W8
W16
L19
D16
D10
E5
E7
E10
E11
E12
P4
E13
G5
K5
W7
L5
L18
M5
M18
N19
N5
T5
V5
V7
V10
V11
V12
V13
2
4
R135
240
R136
1
RESET1
VDDIO13
VDDIO12
RESERVED14
RESERVED15
2
0
1
R165
RESERVED6
RESERVED13
RESERVED12
RESERVED16
RESERVED11
RESERVED10
RESERVED9
RESERVED2
RESERVED8
RESERVED7
RESERVED3
RESERVED4
C135
100NF
RESERVED5
TEST-ENABLE
JTAG_TRST_L
JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TDI
JTAG_TCK
JTAG_TMS
AA14
2
1
AB14
Y15
R79
A9
E4
A3
B3
C3
B4
A4
4702_TRST
1
2
?(1K)
+3.3V_DIG
RN2
4702_TDO
4702_TDI
4702_TCK
4702_TMS
7
5
3
1
8
6
4
2
10K-4R8P
D11
D12
D18
D19
G4
H4
P19
T19
U19
W18
W19
+3.3V_DIG
+3.3V_DIG
MAX811SEUS_T
AA3
AB3
AB2
AB1
1
GND
VCC
RESET# MR#
1
4
3
2
2
1
2
3
100
XTAL_OUT
GND13
+3.3V_DIG
R106
XTAL_IN
W15
1
48MHZ
R105
1M
GPIO0/EJTAG_PCST0/EB_PCMCIA_WP
GPIO1/EB_PCMCIA_A20/EJTAG_PCST1
GPIO2/EB_PCMCIA_A21/EB_SYNC_A21
GPIO3/EB_PCMCIA_A22/EB_SYNC_A22
GPIO4/EB_PCMCIA_A23/EB_SYNC_A23
GPIO5/EB_PCMCIA_A24/EJTAG_PCST5
GPIO6/EB_PCMCIA_A25
GPIO7/EJTAG_PC_CLK
AA15
GND22
R138
10K
Y6
AB5
AA5
Y5
W5
AB4
AA4
Y4
GND25
GND12
GND14
GND28
GND24
GND23
GND16
GND1
GND2
GND3
GND4
GND10
GND5
GND15
GND31
GND11
GND26
GND27
GND6
GND7
GND9
GND8
GND17
GND18
GND19
GND20
GND21
GND29
GND30
4702_GPIO0
4702_GPIO1
4702_GPIO2
4702_GPIO3
4702_GPIO4
4702_GPIO5
4702_GPIO6
4702_GPIO7
U14
1
1
1
15K
2
CODEC_RST_L
CODEC_FSYNC/AUDIO_CTRL_DATA
CODEC_SDI/IR_SDI
CODEC_MCLK/AUDIO_LRCK
CODEC_SCLK/AUDIO_CTRL_CLK
CODEC_OFHK_L/AUDIO_SCLK
CODEC_RGDT_L/AUDIO_MCLK
CODEC/_SDO/AUDIO_SDO/IR_SDO
M4
W9
W17
K19
D15
D9
4,5,6 4702_GPIO[7:0]
2
15K
SR05
D2
D3
B1
A1
C2
C1
B2
D1
C104
4.7UF/10V
X3
VDDBUS4
VDDBUS1
VDDBUS3
VDDBUS2
VDDBUS5
R55
D1
U3I
BCM4702
C193
100NF
C139
100NF
VDDCORE1
VDDCORE2
VDDCORE3
VDDCORE4
VDDCORE5
VDDCORE6
R52
2
3
4
1
1
1
U3H
2
C204
?(22PF)
C194
100NF
C197
100NF
2
C198
100NF
2
2
C200
C199
100NF 100NF
BEAD
3
C196
C195
100NF 100NF
1
1
1
1
2
C201
100NF
C
15
C170
100NF
2
C171
100NF
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
C202
100NF
USB1_P
2
2
1
C168
100NF
+1.8V_4702
L17
2
C164
100NF
2
2.2UH/50mA
3
1
C163
100NF
USB1_N
BEAD
R53
C162
100NF
2
15
1X4P
C144
100NF
AVDD
1
C203
?(22PF)
L16
1
2
C140
100NF
1
2
2
C129
100NF
1
1
C177
100NF
+3.3V_DIG
+3.3V_DIG
2
R54
2
4
6
C189
100NF
L13
120 OHM/100MHZ
2
1
1
J3
1
3
5
C190
100NF
2
2
1
C191
100NF
2
C192
100NF
0.75A/13.1V
2
2
1
1
1
F2
1
N21
N22
N20
1
USB2_P
USB2_N
USB_CTRL2
BCM4702
2
USB1_P
USB1_N
USB_CTRL1
1
P20
P21
P22
+
USB1_P
USB1_N
USB1_C
BCM4702
100NF
POR_RESET#
3,4,6
R166
4702_TRST
4.7K
2
2
+3.3V_DIG
LED15
R240
R56
4702_GPIO0
2
1
POWER_LED
2
+
0
1
100
LED(POWER)
+3.3V_DIG
LED18
R171
R209
4702_GPIO5
2
0
1
2
1
+
LED(PRN)
100
1
1
Title
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C
Date:
A
B
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Document Number
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Rev
R0.6
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Sheet
E
8
of
12
A
B
C
D
E
+5V_LPT
RN4
+5V_LPT
R137
R172
R174
R173
220
0
0
220
LPT_D1
/LPT_INIT
LPT_D2
/LPT_SLCTIN
LPT_D3
R175
R186
R187
R197
R198
220
0
220
0
220
LPT_D4
LPT_D5
LPT_D6
LPT_D7
R199
R202
R203
R210
220
220
220
220
220
ACK#(DS1#)
R220
220
BSY(MTR1#)
LPT_PE
R221
220
PE(WDATA#)
LPT_SLCT
R226
220
SCLT(STEP#)
4
7432(1)
5
4
RESET
+5V_LPT
C123
1
100NF
C149
C150
C151
C152
C153
150PF
150PF
150PF
150PF
150PF
150PF
150PF
2
2
U25
+5V_LPT
+3.3V_DIG
4
Y
GND
A
VCC
NC
R225
1M
1
3
2
1
POR_RESET#
3,4,8
1
5
AT7601F
C179 7404(1)
100NF
2
C121
100NF
X4
1
2
GND
1
3 13.5MHZ
C166
22PF
2
NC
VCC
A
GND
Y
LPT_D0
LPT_ACK
LPT_BUSY
LPT_PE
LPT_SLCT
C165
22PF
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
1
2
3
EIF_OE#
A4
C148
2
GND
NC
INIT#
SLIN#
PD7
PD6
PD5
PD4
PD3
PD2
PD1
NC
Attansic
AT7601F
+3.3V_DIG
1
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
PD0
ACK#
BUSY
PE
SLCT
VCC
RESET
XTAL2
XAL1/CLKIN
TC
DRQ
DACK#
R222
0
C167
1
2
100NF
C147
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
150PF
EIF_WE#
U27
C146
150PF C154 150PF C155 150PF C156 150PF C157 150PF C158 150PF C159 150PF C160 150PF C161 150PF
1
1
2
EIF_WE#
EIF_MISC_CS#
C169
1
2
100NF
CS1#
R224
0
C124
100NF
DCON25F
2
CS1#
3
1
R223
?(0)
+5V_LPT
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
2
R218
0
+3.3V_DIG
A
VCC
B
GND Y
2
4
6
8
R219
LPT_BUSY
C145
IOR#
AEN
IOCHRD
DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7
GND
A0
A1
A2
ERR#
AFD#
STB#
PS/PDIR
PINT
A0
A1
A2
CS2#/A10
CS1#
VCC
IOW#
1
2
I/O CHRDY 3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
R200
0
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
EIF_MISC_CS#
5
PD5(MID0)
LPT_ACK
/LPT_INIT
/LPT_SLCTIN
LPT_D7
LPT_D6
LPT_D5
LPT_D4
LPT_D3
LPT_D2
LPT_D1
I/O CHRDY
4702_GPIO2
/LPT_SLCTIN
/LPT_INIT
/LPT_AUTOFD
U26
4702_GPIO2
U29
PD4(DSKCHG#)
PD7(MID1)
A[21:0]
1
2
3
P1
STB#(DS0#)
ALF#(DRVDEN0)
PD0(INDEX#)
ERR#(HDSEL#)
PD1(TRK0#)
INIT#(DIR#)
PD2(WP#)
SLCTIN(WGATE#)
PD3(RDATA)
100 100
LPT_ERROR#
/LPT_AUTOFD
/LPT_STROBE
A10
4
100 100 100 100
* R223 pop ,R218 no pop:Support SPP & EPP mode.
4,5,6 4702_GPIO[7:0]
4.7K-4R8P
PD6(MTR0#)
* R223 no pop and R218 pop :Support full mode(ECP).
2
4.7K-4R8P
R217
4.7K
R211R212R213R214 R215R216
/LPT_STROBE
3
LPT_ERROR#
/LPT_STROBE
/LPT_AUTOFD
LPT_D0
RN6
1
3
5
7
1
3
5
7
4.7K-4R8P
1
3
5
7
4.7K-4R8P
4
RN5
1
3
5
7
RN3
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
2
4
6
8
+5V_LPT
1
EIF_OE#
D[15:0]
7404(1)
Title
<Title>
Size
B
Date:
A
B
C
D
Document Number
<Doc>
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Rev
R0.6
Sheet
E
9
of
12
1
2
3
4
U11A
pci_ad31
pci_ad30
pci_ad29
pci_ad28
pci_ad27
pci_ad26
pci_ad25
pci_ad24
pci_ad23
pci_ad22
pci_ad21
pci_ad20
pci_ad19
pci_ad18
pci_ad17
pci_ad16
pci_ad15
pci_ad14
pci_ad13
pci_ad12
pci_ad11
pci_ad10
pci_ad9
pci_ad8
pci_ad7
pci_ad6
pci_ad5
pci_ad4
pci_ad3
pci_ad2
pci_ad1
pci_ad0
D
C
A4
C4
B3
A1
A2
B1
C1
C2
D2
E4
E3
E1
E2
F4
F1
F2
K2
K3
K4
L1
L2
L3
M1
P1
N2
P3
N3
M4
P4
N4
P5
N5
PCI_AD31
PCI_AD30
PCI_AD29
PCI_AD28
PCI_AD27
PCI_AD26
PCI_AD25
PCI_AD24
PCI_AD23
PCI_AD22
PCI_AD21
PCI_AD20
PCI_AD19
PCI_AD18
PCI_AD17
PCI_AD16
PCI_AD15
PCI_AD14
PCI_AD13
PCI_AD12
PCI_AD11
PCI_AD10
PCI_AD9
PCI_AD8
PCI_AD7
PCI_AD6
PCI_AD5
PCI_AD4
PCI_AD3
PCI_AD2
PCI_AD1
PCI_AD0
5
6
J4
conminipci3
(plug)
BCM4301
BGA196_1MM
PCI
INTERFACE
PCI_CBE3_L
PCI_CBE2_L
PCI_CBE1_L
PCI_CBE0_L
PCI_FRAME_L
PCI_IRDY_L
PCI_TRDY_L
PCI_DEVSEL_L
PCI_STOP_L
PCI_PERR_L
PCI_SERR_L
PCI_PAR
PCI_INT_L
PCI_RST_L
PCI_CLK
PCI_PME_L
PCI_IDSEL
PCI_REQ_L
PCI_GNT_L
CSTSCHG
PCI_CLKRUN_L
GND
C3
G4
K1
N1
G3
G1
H1
H3
J1
J2
J3
J4
M5
D5
C5
B6
D1
D4
B5
pci_cbe3l
pci_cbe2l
pci_cbe1l
pci_cbe0l
pci_framel
pci_irdyl
pci_trdyl
pci_devsell
pci_stopl
pci_perrl
pci_serrl
pci_par
pci_intl
pci_rstl
pci_clk
pci_pmel
pci_idsel
pci_reql
pci_gntl
18
97
17
R23
PCMCIA_SEL
1
0
2
22
93
98
21
GND
27
pci_clk 25
69
GND
pci_reql 29
33
35
49
39
41
19
pci_cbe3l 45
pci_ad23 47
50
GND
pci_ad21 51
pci_ad19 53
28
pci_ad17 57
pci_cbe2l 59
62
GND
pci_irdyl 61
31
pci_devsell 72
55
GND
pci_ad31
pci_ad29
GND
pci_ad27
pci_ad25
A5
G2
23
pci_clkrunl
BCM4301
pci3_3
pci_perrl 71
pci3_3 40
pci_serrl 67
pci3_3 63
pci_cbe1l 73
pci_ad14 75
74
GND
pci_ad12 79
pci_ad10 81
77
GND
B
pci_ad8 85
pci_ad7 87
70
pci_ad5 91
pci_ad3 95
82
GND
pci_ad1 99
pci3_3
Page 1: MiniPCI Interface
Page 2: RF Front End
Page 3: Radio/Baseband
Page 4: Power/Clocks/Misc.
GND 1
R27
2
1K
mpci_led0
rf_disable_l
rf_disable_l
(PG 3)
A
103
104
105
106
107
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
117
119
121
123
ac_reset_l
mod_audio_mon
audio_gnd
sys_audio_out
sys_audio_in
inta_l
gnd
plus5v
plus5v
intb_l
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
3p3vaux
rst_l
reserved
reserved
reserved
gnd
clk
gnd
req_l
gnt_l
gnd
pme_l
ad30
plus33v
ad28
ad26
gnd
ad24
idsel
plus33v
ad22
ad20
gnd
ad18
ad16
ad31
ad29
gnd
ad27
ad25
plus33v
cbe3_l
ad23
gnd
ad21
ad19
plus33v
ad17
cbe2_l
gnd
irdy_l
plus33v
devsel_l
gnd
frame_l
trdy_l
gnd
stop_l
perr_l
plus33v
serr_l
plus33v
cbe1_l
ad14
gnd
ad12
ad10
gnd
clkrun_l
ad8
ad7
plus33v
ad5
ad3
gnd
ad1
cbe0_l
par
ad15
ad13
ad11
gnd
ad9
ad6
ad4
gnd
ad2
ad0
acsync
m66en
ac_sdata_ina
ac_sdata_out
ac_bit_clk
tip
8pmj_3
8pmj_6
8pmj_7
8pmj_8
led1_grnp
ac_codecid0_l
ac_codecid1_l
ring
8pmj_1
8pmj_2
8pmj_4
8pmj_5
led2_yelp
led2_yeln
reserved
sys_audio_in_gnd
led1_grnn
audio_gnd
chsgnd
mpciact_l
sys_audio_out_gnd
audio_gnd
3p3vaux
reserved
plus5va
110
111
113
115
116
20
D
pci_intl
36
43
110
112
24
26
vaux
pci_rstl
30
102 GND
34
38
88
42
44
114
46
48
89
52
54
32
58
60
pci_gntl
64
pci_framel
66
37
68
pci_trdyl
GND
pci_stopl
65
pci_clkrunl
56
76
pci_par
pci_ad15
78
80
83
84
pci_ad13
pci_ad11
GND
pci_ad9
86
pci_cbe0l
90
92
101
94
96
pci_ad6
pci_ad4
GND
pci_ad2
pci_ad0
pci_pmel
pci_ad30
pci3_3
pci_ad28
pci_ad26
GND
pci_ad24
pci_idsel
pci3_3
pci_ad22
pci_ad20
GND
pci_ad18
pci_ad16
pci3_3
pci3_3
C
B
108
109
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
mpci_led1
1
R26
2
mpci_led2
ZERO
118
120
122
mpciact_l
124
vaux
mpciact_l
MINIPCI INTERFACE
(PG 4)
A
Title
bcm94301mp rev 7.3
conn_minipci3
Size
CONN_MINIPCI3
Date:
File:
1
2
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Revision
1.6
B
4
5
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C:\BCM94301MP_LAYOUT\..\BCM_MiniPCI.sch
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6
4
1
mpci_led0
2
4
2
mpci_led1 = WLAN Radio state
20K 1%
R39
1
mpci_led1
6
5
mpci_led0 = WLAN activity
R38
1
3
pci3_3
mpci_led2 = generic led
2
vcc3_3
pci3_3
vdd4307a
vcc1_8
vdd4307pll
D
A11
B4
H2
K6
E8
E9
F6
G6
G8
H9
J7
K9
K10
M6
M12
N10
2
20K 1%
A3
D3
D6
G5
H6
L4
L5
P2
1
mpci_led2
E7
J5
J9
K8
D
R40
C13
D12
E11
20K 1%
2
vcc3_3
1
U13
8
7
6
5
2
C85
0.1UF
Vcc3
NC
ORG
GND
TSSOP8
FM93C46
C6
D7
B7
A6
A7
C7
1
2
3
4
CS
SK
Di
Do
L6
93C46W0W6T
BCM4301
BGA196_1MM
BOOTROM_SCI
BOOTROM_SDA
SPROM_CS
SPROM_CLK
SPROM_DOUT
SPROM_DIN
EXT_POR_L
C
PLLVDD
AVDD
AVDD
AVDD
VESD
VESD
VESD
JTAG_TRST_L
JTAG_TDO
JTAG_TDI
JTAG_TCK
JTAG_YMS
U11
F10
B2
E5
E6
E10
F3
F5
F8
F14
G7
G9
H4
H5
H7
H8
J6
J8
K5
K7
M2
M3
M14
P12
BCM4301
TEST_VCOI
PCMCIA_SEL
GPIO8
GPIO9
GPIO10
GPIO11
GPIO12
pll_powerdown
PLLGND
(PG 2)
tr_sw_tx_pu
(PG 2)
(PG 2)
tr_sw_rx_pu
GPIO0
GPIO1
GPIO2
GPIO3
GPIO4
GPIO5
GPIO6
GPIO7
F9
F7
PCMCIA_SEL
M13
N12
N13
P11
P13
K12
K11
J11
J10
H10
G10
C10
rf_dis_filt_l
AGND
AGND
AGND
C89
10UF
2
C87
10UF
(PG 2)
P14
N14
L14
L13
L12
L11
K14
K13
A14
B10
D14
0
mpci_led0
mpci_led1
mpci_led2
mpciact_l
rf_dis_filt_l
tr_sw_tx_pu
tr_sw_rx_pu
mpciact_l
VDDBUS
VDDBUS
VDDBUS
VDDBUS
VDDBUS
VDDBUS
VDDBUS
VDDBUS
1
1
(PG 1)
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
vcc3_3
2
R25
VDDCORE
VDDCORE
VDDCORE
VDDCORE
pci3_3
1
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
VDDIO
U11E
C
1
1
vcc3_3
C71
2.2UF
U8
ON_OFF
BCM4307 VDDBUS BYPASS CAPS
vcc2051
BCM4307 VDDIO BYPASS CAPS
pci3_3
vcc3_3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
Vout
4
BCM2051 BYPASS CAPS
(+2V9)
2
Vin
3
C53
0.1UF
2
C76
0.01UF
2
C62
0.1UF
2
C73
1000PF
2
C52
0.1UF
2
C74
0.01UF
2
30
C66
0.1UF
2
25, 26
C86
0.1UF
2
21
C83
0.01UF
2
16
C91
0.1UF
2
3
C78
1000PF
2
53
C90
0.1UF
2
51
C84
1000PF
2
49
C94
0.01UF
2
47
C3
0.01UF
2
C6
0.01UF
2
C8
0.1UF
2
C19
0.01UF
2
C41
0.01UF
2
C48
0.1UF
2
C47
1000PF
2
C46
0.01UF
2
C40
0.1UF
2
C21
1000PF
2
34
C18
0.1UF
2
4
C54
0.01UF
2
15
C28
0.01UF
2
C39
0.01UF
2
2
C22
0.01UF
A3
D3
D6
G5, H6
L4, L5
P2
E8, E9
F6, G6
G8, H9
J7
K9, K10
M6
M12
N10
C61
1000PF
2
2
LP2985
2
C57
10UF
GND
2
1
BYPASS
C56
0.01UF
33, 35
B
B
BCM4307 VESD BYPASS CAPS
pci3_3
L9
0
1
2
1
1
1
vcc3_3
U10
C92
1000PF
C82
0.1UF
2
C81
0.01UF
2
1
2
MPZ2012S221A
2
vdd4307pll
L8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
J9, K8
C49
0.1UF
C50
1000PF
C13
D12
E11
C51
1000PF
C59
0.1UF
B4
H2
K6
BCM4307 POWER, RESET, GPIO, CLKS
REGULATORS AND POWER SUPPLY FILTERING
MIC37102-1.8BM
R17
22.6K ,1%
C60
2.2UF
2
J5
C63
10UF
2
E7
C55
0.01UF
2
C69
0.01UF
2
C93
0.1UF
2
C70
0.1UF
2
C67
0.01UF
2
C75
10UF
5
2
GND
6
2
ADJ
2
MPZ2012S221A
2
GND
1
GND
OUT
BCM4307 AVDD & PLLVDD BYPASS CAPS
vdd4307a
L7
1
2
4
IN
vcc1_8
7
1
R8
10K ,1%
GND
2
3
21
2
C68
0.1UF
EN
1
1
1
1
2
C58
10UF
2
8
1
BCM4307 VDDCORE BYPASS CAPS
1
A
2
A
Title
Size
bcm94301mp rev 7.3
Number
Revision
1.6
B
Date:
File:
1
2
3
4
5
28-Apr-2003
Sheet 4of
C:\BCM94301MP_LAYOUT\..\BCM_Power
Drawn
supply.sch
By:
6
4
1
2
3
4
6
5
2
vcc3_3
R15
BCM4301
2
rssia
XTAL_OUT
RF_INP
RF_INN
3
2
2
33PF
Y1
U6
R1
10M
1
4
1
C2
1
2
2
31
32
XTAL_OUT
XTAL_IN
XTAL_12MHZ
10PPM
XTAL_IN
33PF
14
13
PA_OUTP
PA_OUTN
1
C29
U2
HHM1520
1
6
DIFF1
NC
DIFF2
GND
GND
L2
4
10PF
3n3H, no load
3
C31
1
2
5
10PF
TX_N
1
1
2
agc_2
tx_ip
tx_in
tx_op
tx_on
sri_di
sri_c
sri_e
1
2
1K R12
b_pwr
rssiar
rx_op
rx_on
rx_ip
rx_in
tx_pu
rx_pu
synth_pur
C104
22PF
C105
22PF
2
U11D
1
E13
G11
H14
H12
H11
agc_3
agc_4
H13
B12
A12
C11
B11
sri_do F12
F13
F11
sri_di E14
sclki
A10
E12
D13
D11
rssia
B14
C14
A13
B13
G12
G13
(PG 2)
ANT_SELP J13
ANT_SELP
G14
synth_pu
(PG 2)
ANT_SELN J14
ANT_SELN
J12
pdout D10
pdout
C12
(PG 2)
C
FLTR_RX_CTRL
AGC_RX_CTL0
AGC_RX_CTL1
AGC_RX_CTL2
AGC_RX_CTL3
AGC_RX_CTL
TX_ANA_IP
TX_ANA_IN
TX_ANA_QP
TX_ANA_QN
SRI_DO
RADIO
SRI_C
INTERFACE
SRI_E
SRI_DI
SYS_CLK
U11
BPWR
PA_RAMP
RSSIA
RX_ANA_QP
RX_ANA_QN
RX_ANA_IP
RX_ANA_IN
TX_PU
RX_PU
ANT_SELP
SYNTH_PU
ANT_SELN
XTAL_PU
BCM4301
TSSI
BGA196_1MM
RSSIA_SPARE
B
1
tx_pu
12PF
BCM4301
(PG 2)
R11
1.6K
1
2
1
GND
R4
C99
22PF
C38
R16
4.7K
vcc2051
1
2
2
agc_1
sri_do
sclko
C98
22PF
1
1
C97
22PF
1
1
C96
22PF
2
2
2
2
2
1
C35
22PF
agc_0
C102
22PF
vcc2051
2
65
2
2
SE
nc3
gnd1
nc1
nc2
gnd4
nc4
nc5
gnd5
gnd6
bgref
vdd
bpf_in
(PG 2)
2
37
1
2
36
41
43
44
52
64
23
27
bpf_in
1
gnd_pad
B
TX_P
R18
?
2
10
11
C1
1
C103
22PF
5
6
7
8
9
12
17
18
19
20
38
39
40
42
45
46
54
55
57
56
58
59
60
61
62
63
2
2
HHM1520
2
2.4nH +-0.3NH
FLTR_RX_CTRL
AGC_RX_CTRL0
AGC_RX_CTRL1
AGC_RX_CTRL2
AGC_RX_CTRL3
AGC_RX_CTRL4
TX_ANA_IN_IP
TX_ANA_IN_IN
TX_ANA_IN_QP
TX_ANA_IN_QN
SRI_DI
SIR_C
SRI_E
SRI_DO
SYS_CLK
BPWR
PA_RAMP
RSSIA
RX_ANA_OUT_QP
RX_ANA_OUT_QN
RX_ANA_OUT_IP
RX_ANA_OUT_IN
TX_PU
RX_PU
XTAL_PU
SYNTH_PU
1
RX_N1
L4
2
5
1
GND
2
GND
LPCC-64
rssiar
C44
120PF
1
C5
150PF
2
2
DIFF2
2
2.4nH +-0.3NH
L10
3.0nH +-0.3NH
3
1
NC
RX_P1
4
2
R14
C13
0.1UF
1
DIFF1
1
R2
2.87K 1%
2
15
16
4
3
21
25
26
30
33
34
35
47
49
51
53
50
48
29
28
24
22
C
SE
VDDPA
VDDTX
VDDRX
VDDIF
VDDVCO
VDDLO
VDDCP
VDDXTAL
VDDSUB2
VDDPLL
VDD4W
VDDDIO
VDD48X
VDDSUB
VDDMOD
TP_PLLBIAS
VCONT2
cp_out
vdd
VCTRL
IBGVCO
1
U7
6
499 1%
1
2700PF
R37
68.1K 1%
1
1
2
(PG 4)
2
2
R3
1
C7
82PF
U6
BCM2051
D
2
1
rf_dis_filt_l
C4
2.87K 1%
TRSW_RX1
C65
10UF
2
C64
0.01UF
LOOP3
LOOP4
(PG 2)
C106
22PF
1
10K 1%
C45
820PF
1
TRSW_RX
rf_dis_filt_l
45.3K 1%
L5
synth_pur
1
2
2
C42
56PF
2
0
R21
1
2
codec_sdo
rf_disable_l
1
loop1
rf_disable_l
1
vcc2051
1
R20
4.7K
D9
D8
A8
B9
(PG 1)
2
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
2
BCM4301
BGA196_1MM
2
reserved
reserved
reserved
reserved
2
16K 1%
1
C9
C8
B8
A9
synth_pu
R19
1
R13
1
U11B
1
2
vcc3_3
D
synth_pu
R22
10K 1%
2.4K 1%
RADIO/BASEBAND INTERFACE
A
A
Title
Size
bcm94301mp rev 7.3
Number
Revision
B
Date:
File:
1
2
3
4
5
28-Apr-2003
Sheet 3of 4
C:\BCM94301MP_LAYOUT\..\BCM_Radio&BB.sch
Drawn By:
6
1.6
1
2
J1
UFL_ANTENNA
4
5
6
Antenna 0 (RF MAIN)
Test Point
3
1
GND 2
3
C24
2
C9
1
1
1
2
2
U1
1
1
33PF
2
C10
LA1
2
2
CA1
?
(original Ant_selP)
33PF
13
?
RF1
GND
RFC
RF2
VC2
61
2
R6
C34
33PF
33
33
5
AS179P
2
33
ANT_SELN
(PG 4)
ANT_SELN
tr_sw_tx_pu
C30
1
2
33PF
ANT_SELP
(PG 4)
ANT_SELP
tr_sw_rx_pu
(PG 4)
tr_sw_tx_pu
2
R9
1
U4
4
VC1
5
2
tr_sw_rx_pu
1
R10
33
6
RF1
RFC
GND
VC2
RF2
1
D
1
C72 7PF
2
PA_OUT
2
C37 33PF
1
TRSW_RX
2
3
AS179P
TRSW_RX
vcc2051
C26
33PF
C36
33PF
1
2
100PF
1
1
R28
1
1
C
2
0.1UF
C95
5
0.1UF
R33
10K
2
22PF
2
1
1
2
C14
2
2
C15
1
C100
10UF
?
C110
1
1
LA2
2
vccpd
1
2
2
CA2
?
R36 5.62k 1%
1
2
vcc3_3
L11
1
2
MPZ2012S221A
1
1
7PF
CA4
1
R35
22K6 1%
1
Antenna 1 (RF AUX)
1
ANT1
INV-F
2
2
33PF
R5
41
VC1
2
7PF
CA3
2
1
GND
1
D
MECH
2
MECH
RF
3
U14
LMV321
+
4
LMV321
-
pdout
pdout
C
(PG 3)
2
20K 1%
R7
2K2 ,1%
2
2
C23
220pf
R34
2
1
56K
1
C109
2
5P6F
15K
C16
10PF
C25
0.5PF
L1
2
2
C17
10NF
2
5N6H +- 0.3nH
SHIELD
1
vccpa
2
2
1
SHIELD
R30
1
1
1
SB1
B
B
U3
C32
10PF
2
(PG 3)
3
tx_pu
2
4
2PF
L3
2N2H +-0.1nH
vcc3_3
IN
1
L12
2
1N8H +-0.3NH
1
L13
2
1P5F
0 OHM
C101
0.5PF
C108
1P5F
5
VCC
SE2522L
TLINE
TLINE - Z = 68.4 OHMS(10MIL)
L = 110 mils
TLINE
vccpa
C27
0.1UF
2
2
C43
10UF
1
2
MPZ2012S221A
C33
33PF
2
L6
1
vcc3_3 1
2
2
6
VCC
1
2
10PF
7
NC
VEN
1
9
C11
VCTL
GND
bpf_in 1
1
bpf_in
(PG 3)
8
OUT/VCC2
2
C20
1
tx_pu
DET
2
1
1
2
1
C12
1
RF FRONT END
A
A
Title
Size
bcm94301mp rev 7.3
Number
Revision
1.6
B
Date:
File:
1
2
3
4
5
28-Apr-2003
Sheet 2of
C:\BCM94301MP_LAYOUT\..\BCM_RF.sch
Drawn By:
6
4
®
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EXHIBIT G
Part List
WL-500B BOM1
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:50
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:1
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PB
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------10 11-033410400
P PCS
6.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP 0.1UF/25V (0603) Y5V (104)
+80%-20%
C125,C127,C128,C130,
C133,C134,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
20 11-034110461
P PCS
28.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP 0.1UF/10V (0402) X5R (104)
10% TAIYO
C129,C135,C136,C138,
C139,C140,C144,C162,
C163,C164,C168,C170,
C171,C177,C189,C190,
C191,C192,C193,C194,
C195,C196,C197,C198,
C199,C200,C201,C202,
QVL:TYIAO,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
================================================================================
束)
(abmq600)
(結
第 1 頁
WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:1
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------10 10-003400000
P PCS
24.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 0 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
L16,L17,R1,R110,
R115,R136,R150,R165,
R167,R172,R174,R186,
R195,R197,R200,R209,
R218,R222,R224,R240,
R47,R63,R71,R76,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
20 07-014000002
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
POLYSWITCH miniSMDC075-2 750mA
RAYCHEM
F2,
MARKING:7 x 7
QVL:RAYCHEM,
30 09-010070100
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
Y N
FERRITE BEAD SMD(1206)70OHM/3A
A TYPE
L14,LB7,
QVL:KINGCORE,MAG LAYERS,
40 10-003411227
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 1.27K OHM 1/10W(0603)
1%
R117,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,
50 10-003401010
P PCS
12.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 100 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R106,R125,R171,R211,
R212,R213,R214,R215,
R216,R23,R56,R93,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
60 11-033410400
P PCS
56.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP 0.1UF/25V (0603) Y5V (104)
+80%-20%
C103,C117,C118,C119,
C120,C121,C122,C123,
C124,C126,C131,C132,
C142,C143,C167,C169,
C176,C179,C18,C182,
C186,C187,C188,C19,
C20,C21,C22,C38,C40,
C41,C42,C43,C45,C46,
C49,C53,C60,C61,C62,
C63,C64,C65,C66,C67,
C69,C72,C73,C75,C76,
C78,C81,C87,C89,C92,
C97,C99,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
================================================================================
(abmq600)
(接下頁)
第 1 頁
WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:2
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------70 11-031110100
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/23
N C
CAP 100P/2KV (1808) NPO (101)
10%
C100,C77,C88,C94,
QVL:(C)SYFER,(C)HEC,
80 10-003401030
P PCS
25.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 10K OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R10,R11,R12,R127,
R129,R130,R138,R14,
R147,R158,R162,R18,
R19,R20,R201,R204,
R239,R37,R57,R66,R7,
R83,R84,R86,R9,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
90 10-003411030
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 10K OHM 1/10W (0603)
1%
R26,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,
100 10-063301030
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
CHIP RES. ARRAY 10K OHM (0603)
4R8P YCN/AB TYPE
RN2,
QVL:YAGEO,AKANE,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,
110 11-033110300
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
CAP 0.01UF/50V (0603)X7R (103)
10%
C114,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
120 11-033010000
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
Y N
CAP 10PF/50V (0603) NPO
5%
C116,C178,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
130 11-031310660
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP 10UF/10V (1206) Y5V (106)
+80-20% TAYIO/LMK316F106ZF-T
C141,C172,C184,C185,
QVL:TAIYO,
140 11-015000100
P PCS
6.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP TAN 10U/16V (3528)
SMD
C36,C37,C51,C58,C71,
MARKING:10/16;106C
C79,
QVL:AVX,NEC,SPRAGUE,NIPPON.C.C,VISHAY,
150 09-013120400
P PCS
5.0000 03/04/23
N N
FERRITE BEAD(0603)120OHM/400mA
A TYPE
L11,L13,L18,L6,L7,
QVL:KINGCORE,MAG LAYERS,
160 10-003401230
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 12K OHM 1/10W (0603)
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:3
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主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------5%
R238,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
170 07-010011350
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
XTAL 13.5MHZ SMD 49S
TXC 20PF/20PPM
X4,
MARKING:TXC/13 B x 6 x F
QVL:TXC,
180 10-003401500
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 15 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R53,R54,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
190 10-003401510
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 150 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R169,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
200 11-033015100
P PCS
17.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP 150PF/50V (0603) NPO (151)
5%
C145,C146,C147,C148,
C149,C150,C151,C152,
C153,C154,C155,C156,
C157,C158,C159,C160,
C161,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
210 10-003401530
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 15K OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R52,R55,R97,R99,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
220 11-033018000
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP 18PF/50V (0603) NPO
5%
C52,C54,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
230 10-003401020
P PCS
3.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 1K OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R155,R58,R8,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
240 10-003401050
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 1M OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R105,R225,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
250 11-033110200
P PCS
5.0000 03/04/23
Y N
CAP 1000PF/50V (0603)X7R (102)
10%
C101,C44,C68,C96,
C98,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:4
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------260 11-031110210
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP 1000P/3KV (1808) X7R (102)
10%HEC
C59,
QVL:HOLY STONE,
270 09-022202050
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
INDUCTOR 2.2UH(0805)50mA
MAG LAYERS
L12,
QVL:MAG LAYERS,
280 10-003400207
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 2.7 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R118,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
290 10-003402720
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 2.7K OHM 1/10W(0603)
5%
R13,R159,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
300 10-003402210
P PCS
13.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 220 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R137,R173,R175,R187,
R198,R199,R202,R203,
R210,R219,R220,R221,
R226,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
310 11-033022000
P PCS
3.0000 03/04/23
Y N
CAP 22PF/50V (0603) NPO
5%
C115,C165,C166,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
320 09-02X224011
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
POWER CHOKE 22U 0.9A
SUMIDA/CDRH5D28-220NC
L15,
QVL:SUMIDA,
330 10-003402410
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 240 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R135,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
340 07-010232501
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
XTAL 25MHZ 49US SMD
TXC 20PF/25PPM/50OHM
X1,X2,
MARKING:TXC/25.0x6xF
QVL:TXC,
350 11-033027000
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
Y N
CAP 27PF/50V (0603) NPO
5%
C15,C16,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,WALSIN,PAN OVERS,PHYCOMP,TDK,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:24
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:5
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------360 10-003402020
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 2K OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R237,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
370 10-003403320
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 3.3K OHM 1/10W(0603)
5%
R196,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
380 10-003403300
P PCS
7.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 33 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R100,R38,R40,R78,
R87,R88,R95,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
390 10-003403310
P PCS
5.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 330 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R179,R180,R181,R182,
R205,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
400 10-003403340
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 330K OHM 1/10W(0603)
5%
R27,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
410 10-003413932
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 39.2K OHM 1/10W(0603)
1%
R235,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,
420 10-003404720
P PCS
15.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 4.7K OHM 1/10W(0603)
5%
R151,R153,R166,R170,
R192,R193,R194,R2,
R206,R217,R33,R39,
R44,R45,R65,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
430 10-063304720
P PCS
5.0000 03/04/23
N N
CHIP RES ARRAY 4.7K OHM (0603)
4R8P YCN/AB TYPE
RN1,RN3,RN4,RN5,RN6,
QVL:YAGEO,AKANE,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,
440 11-032447500
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP 4.7UF/10V (0805) Y5V (475)
+80%-20%
C104,C108,C110,C111,
QVL:MURATA,TAIYO,華新,
450 10-003404710
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 470 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R168,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:25
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:6
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
460 11-016000471
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP TAN 47U/10V (6032)
SMD
C173,C175,
QVL:NEC,SPRAGUE,AVX,NIPPON.C.C,VISHAY,
470 10-003414837
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 48.7K OHM 1/10W(0603)
1%
R236,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,
480 10-003414909
P PCS
20.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 49.9 OHM 1/10W(0603)
1%
R101,R108,R109,R111,
R112,R113,R114,R116,
R31,R32,R49,R50,R69,
R70,R72,R73,R74,R75,
R77,R82,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,PHYCOMP,ROYAL,WALSIN,SEI,
490 10-003405110
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 510 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R34,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
500 06-004600400
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
LOGIC GATE NC7SZ04M5
SOT23-5
FAIRCHILD
U25,U27,
MARKING:7Z04D
QVL:FAIRCHILD,
510 06-004603215
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
LOGIC GATE NC7SZ32M5 SOT23-5
FAIRCHILD
U16,U29,
MARKING:7Z32x
QVL:FAIRCHILD,
520 06-004412311
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
LOGIC 74HC123DT
S-16
PHILIPS
U24,
QVL:PHILIPS,
530 10-003407500
P PCS
14.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 75 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R107,R207,R227,R29,
R30,R59,R60,R61,R80,
R81,R85,R91,R94,R96,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
540 07-020004010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
TRANSCEIVER AC101LKQT TQFP-48
BROADCOM
U6,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:25
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:7
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------QVL:BROADCOM,
550 06-007184010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
LIN REG. AIC1084-33CMTR TO-263
AIC
U30,
QVL:AIC,
560 05-001606114
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
FLASH AMD AM29LV320DT90EI
32M-90(WL-500G-BOOT-R2D0.BIN)
U17,
QVL:AMD,
570 02-720000100
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
C.S AT7601F
LQFP48PIN
ATTANSIC 2PRINTER PORT CONT.
U26,
QVL:鈺碩,
燒 P PCS
580 05-020100201
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
EEPROM AT93C46-10SC-2.7 SO 8P
ATMEL
U9,
MARKING:ATMEL xxx/93C46/....
QVL:ATMEL,
590 09-013060500
P PCS
6.0000 03/04/23
Y N
FERRITE BEAD (0603) 500mA
60 OHM/100MHZ BLM18PG600SN1D
LB1,LB10,LB12,LB2,
LB3,LB9,
QVL:MURATA,
600 07-004064120
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
SCHOTTKY B240LA
SMA
DII 2A/40V
D8,
QVL:DII,
610 02-561270200
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
BROADCOM BCM4702
PBGA-340
INTEGRATED RESIDENTIAL GATEWAY
U3,
MARKING:BROADCOM / BCM4702KPB / TN0210 P10 / 15138 N
QVL:BROADCOM,
620 02-561132510
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
BROADCOM BCM5325
10/100 BASE-T/TX 6 PORT SWITCH
U11,
MARKING:BROADCOM / BCM5325A2KOM
QVL:BROADCOM,
630 12-191301800
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
DOCKING 18P,0.6mm,F,R/A,SMT
JAE/DA1R018H91-E1500
J11,
QVL:JAE,
640 09-051001311
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
TRANSFORMER 10/100MB
DELTA/LF8505
U7,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:25
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:8
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------MARKING:LF8505/.DELTA XXXX
QVL:DELTA,
650 09-051024000
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
TRANSFORMER 100-TX
DELTA LF8731
U10,
MARKING:DELTA/LF8731 xxxx
QVL:DELTA,
660 07-001101010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
SCR DIODE MAC4DLMT4-1 DPAK369A
ON
Q4,
MARKING:xxx/AC/4DLM
QVL:ON,
670 06-017010010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
Vcomp. MAX811SEUS-T SOT143-4
MAXIM
U14,
MARKING:AQxx
QVL:MAXIM,
680 07-014160000
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
POLYSWITCH miniSMDM160
RAYCHEM 1.6A
##
F3,
MARKING:x 160/xxxx
QVL:RAYCHEM,
690 12-023511240
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
SO DIMM 124P,3.3V,5.2mm,SMT
FOXCONN/ASOA226-S2F
J10,
QVL:FOXCONN,
700 09-011120005
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
FERRITE BEAD (1206) 120 OHM/2A
MAG LAYERS/MLB-321611-0120P-N1
L19,L20,
QVL:MAG LAYERS,
710 07-003000110
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
TRASIS. PMBS3904,215
SOT23
PHILIPS,NPN
Q6,
MARKING:.04/..
QVL:PHILIPS,
720 10-001000000
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 0 OHM 1/4W (1206)
5%
R188,R189,R190,R191,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,
730 07-001053010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
DIODE SR05
SOT-143
SEMTECH
D1,
MARKING:R05
QVL:SEMTECH,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-500B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:44:25
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:9
================================================================================
主件料號:59-IGB300-A01PT
目前版本:
來源:X 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WRT50G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------740 06-006001610
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
Vref. TL431
MICR8
ON
D9,
MARKING:431AC/..
QVL:ON,
750 03-12083C220
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
4M*16-6 NANYA TSOP SDRAM
NT5SV4M16DT-6K
U5,U8,
MARKING:NT5SV4M16DT-6K
QVL:NAN YA,
760 06-008212010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
SW REG. XC6365B103MR
SOT-25
TOREX
U15,
QVL:TOREX,
770 07-005268010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
P-MOSFET XP162A12A6PR
SOT89
TOREX(0.17 OHM/-2.5V)
Q3,
MARKING:21/26
QVL:TOREX,
780 10-003402200
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
RES 22 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
R68,
QVL:YAGEO,TA-I TECH,COMPSTARS,ROYAL,PHYCOMP,WALSIN,SEI,
790 ESD
PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
J1,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
================================================================================
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WL-500B BOM3
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/23 10:43:01
有效日期:03/04/23 列印版本:
頁次:1
================================================================================
主件料號:70-IGB300-A01P
目前版本:
來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WL-500G WIRELESS ROUTER
主件數量:1
R1.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------10 09-020224007
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
INDUCTOR 22UH DIP
MAGIC/DR0608-220K+UL
LB11,
QVL:MAGIC,
20 12-130000040
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
USB CON 1X4P DIP M S/T
FOXCONN/UB311C-K1
J3,
QVL:FOXCONN,
30 11-040233710
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
CAP EL 330U/16V ZL 8*11.5
RUBYCON/16ZL330
CE2,
QVL:RUBYCON,
40 11-040004700
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
CAP EL 470UF/16V 8x12 105d
OST
C180,C183,
QVL:OST,
50 12-101100258
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
D-SUB 25P F,R/A,PC99
FOXCONN/DT11321-P5T
P1,
QVL:FOXCONN,
60 12-145011032
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
DC POWER JACK 3P SHIELD φ:2.0
SINGATRON/2DC-S005D100
J12,
QVL:SINGATRON,
70 12-142020050
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N N
MODULAR JACK RJ45 1*5PORT CHAN
SINCERE/415B-083150113
J13,
QVL:SINCERE,
80 07-015020003
P PCS
7.0000 03/04/23
N N
LED GREEN 3φ R/A
KINGBRIGHT
LED11,LED13,LED14,
LED15,LED17,LED21,
LED9,
QVL:KINGBRIGHT,
90 12-090030042
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/23
N N
T.P SWITCH 4P,DIP,L:5.85
RESET1,SW1,
QVL:HUA JIE,
100 07-009004800
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
N Y
XTAL 48MHZ
DIP 49US
TXC 20PF
X3,
110 60-IGB300-A01P
M PCS
1.0000 03/04/23
Y N
WL-500G WIRELESS ROUTER
R1.00 TEST
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/28 14:23:21
有效日期:03/04/28 列印版本:
頁次:1
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主件料號:60-I11000-A01P
目前版本:
來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
主件數量:1
R2.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------10 02-561000700
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
Y N
C.S BCM4301
PBGA196
802.11B BASEBAND/MAC
U11,
MARKING:BROADCOM/BCM4301xxx/xxxxxx xxx/xxxxxxx
QVL:BROADCOM,
20 02-561000800
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
Y N
C.S BCM2051
LPCC64
802.11B RF IC 3.3V
U6,
MARKING:BROADCOM/BCM2051KML/TSxxxx xxx/xxxxxx
QVL:BROADCOM,
30 05-020100021
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
EEPROM 93C46WDW6T ST
TSSOP8
1K(WL-120B_4E8E.BIN)
U13,
MARKING:C46W6 xxxx
QVL:ST,
40 06-007144010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
S N N
LIN REG. AME8816CEHAADJ
SO8
AME
U10,
QVL:AME,
(06-007134010
)
1.0000 03/04/26
N
LIN REG. MIC37102BM
S-8
MICREL
MARKING:MIC37102
QVL:MICREL,
50 06-007168010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
S N N
LIN REG.LP2985AIM5-2.9 SOT23-5
NS
U8,
MARKING:LAXA
QVL:NS,
(06-007197010
)
1.0000 03/04/28
N
LIN REG. NJM2872F29-TE1 MTP-5
NJRC
QVL:NJRC,
60 06-010090010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
OP AMP. LMV321M7
SC70-5
NS
U14,
MARKING:Axx
QVL:NS,
70 06-053011010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
POWER AMP.SE2522L
LPCC 8PIN
SIGE
U3,
MARKING:2522L/xxxxx
QVL:SIGE,
80 06-055001010
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
N N
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-120B BOM1
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/28 14:23:21
有效日期:03/04/28 列印版本:
頁次:2
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主件料號:60-I11000-A01P
目前版本:
來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
主件數量:1
R2.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------GAAS IC PDT SW AS179-92 SC-70
ALPHA
U1,U4,
MARKING:S79
QVL:APLHA,
90 07-010811200
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
S N N
XTAL 12MHZ SMD 3.5*6
TQG 18PF/10PPM
Y1,
MARKING:12.000/TQG
QVL:TQG,
(07-010Q01201
)
1.0000 03/04/24
N
XTAL 12.00MHZ SMD 3.5*6
ECERA/FX1200033 18PF/10PPM
QVL:ECERA,
100 08-531300040
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/26
N Y
WL-120 PCB R2.00
金像5.703*4.408,6L(4)
110 09-012220001
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/24
Y N
FERRITE BEAD (0805) 3A
220OHM/100MHZ TDK/MPZ2012S221A
L11,L6,L7,L8,
QVL:TDK,
120 09-02C180200
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
Y N
INDUCTOR 1.8NH
(0402)
MURATA/LQG15HN1N8S02
L12,
QVL:村田,
130 09-02C220001
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
Y N
INDUCTOR 2.2NH
(0402)
MURATA/LQP15MN2N2B00
L3,
QVL:村田,
140 09-02C240000
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
N N
INDUCTOR 2.4NH
(0402)
MURATA/LQG15HN2N4S02
L4,L5,
QVL:村田,
150 09-02C300000
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
INDUCTOR 3.0NH
(0402)
MURATA/LQG15HN3N0S02
L10,
QVL:村田,
160 09-02C560010
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
INDUCTOR 5.6NH
(0402)±0.3NH
TAIYO/HK1005 5N6S-T
L1,
QVL:太誘,
170 09-051040004
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
Y N
TRANSFORMER BALUN(0805)
TDK/HHM1520 2400-2500MHZ
U2,U7,
QVL:TDK,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-120B BOM1
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/28 14:23:21
有效日期:03/04/28 列印版本:
頁次:3
================================================================================
主件料號:60-I11000-A01P
目前版本:
來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
主件數量:1
R2.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------180 10-003400000
P PCS
3.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 0 OHM 1/10W (0603)
5%
L13,L9,R25,
QVL:國巨,大毅,華亞,厚聲,飛元,華新,新典,
190 10-003401060
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 10M OHM 1/10W(0603)
5%
R1,
QVL:國巨,大毅,華亞,厚聲,飛元,華新,新典,
200 10-004400000
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 0 OHM 1/16W (0402)
5%
L100,R19,R23,R26,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
210 10-004401020
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 1K OHM 1/16W (0402)
5%
R12,R27,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
220 10-004401030
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 10K OHM 1/16W (0402)
5%
R33,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
230 10-004401530
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 15K OHM 1/16W (0402)
5%
R30,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
240 10-004401620
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 1.6K OHM 1/16W (0402)
5%
R11,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
250 10-004403300
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 33 OHM 1/16W (0402)
5%
R10,R5,R6,R9,
QVL:國巨,大毅,華新,
260 10-004404720
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 4.7K OHM 1/16W(0402)
5%
R16,R20,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
270 10-004415630
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 56K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R34,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
280 10-004411030
P PCS
3.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 10K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R21,R22,R8,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-120B BOM1
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/28 14:23:22
有效日期:03/04/28 列印版本:
頁次:4
================================================================================
主件料號:60-I11000-A01P
目前版本:
來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
主件數量:1
R2.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------290 10-004411630
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 16K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R13,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
300 10-004412030
P PCS
4.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 20K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R28,R38,R39,R40,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
310 10-004412220
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/26
N N
RES 2.2K OHM 1/16W (0402) 1%
R7,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
320 10-004412236
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 22.6K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R17,R35,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
330 10-004412420
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 2.4K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R4,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
340 10-004412827
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 2.87K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R2,R3,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
350 10-004414533
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 45.3K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R15,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
360 10-004414919
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 499 OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R14,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
370 10-004415622
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 5.62K OHM 1/16W(0402)
1%
R36,
QVL:WALSIN,
380 10-004416831
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RES 68.1K OHM 1/16W (0402)
1%
R37,
QVL:大毅,國巨,華新,
390 11-032110651
P PCS
9.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 10UF/6.3V (0805)X5R 10%
TAIYO
C100,C43,C57,C58,
C63,C65,C75,C87,C89,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-120B BOM1
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/28 14:23:22
有效日期:03/04/28 列印版本:
頁次:5
================================================================================
主件料號:60-I11000-A01P
目前版本:
來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
主件數量:1
R2.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------QVL:太誘,
400 11-033122550
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 2.2UF/6.3V(0603) X5R (225)
10% AVX
C60,C71,
QVL:AVX,
410 11-034002041
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 2PF/50V (0402) NPO
5PF TAIYO
C20,
QVL:太誘,
420 11-034010140
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
Y N
CAP 100PF/50V (0402) NPO (101)
5%
C14,
QVL:WALSIN,
430 11-034012041
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 12PF/50V (0402) NPO
5% TAIYO/UMK105CH120JW-F
C38,
QVL:TAIYO,
440 11-034012121
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 120PF/50V (0402) NPO 5%
TAIYO/UMK105CH121JW
C44,
QVL:太誘,
450 11-034015141
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 150PF/50V (0402) NPO (151)
5% TAIYO/UMK105SL151JW-F
C5,
QVL:太誘,
460 11-034022041
P PCS
11.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 22PF/50V (0402) NPO
5% TAIYO
C102,C103,C104,C105,
C106,C35,C95,C96,
C97,C98,C99,
QVL:太誘,
470 11-034022120
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 220PF/25V (0402) NPO 5%
C23,
QVL:SKYWELL,
480 11-034033040
P PCS
11.0000 03/04/24
Y N
CAP 33PF/50V (0402) NPO
5%
C1,C10,C2,C24,C26,
C30,C33,C34,C36,C37,
C9,
QVL:WALSIN,
490 11-034056221
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 56PF/50V (0402) NPO 5%
TAIYO/UMK105CH560JW
C42,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-120B BOM1
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/28 14:23:23
有效日期:03/04/28 列印版本:
頁次:6
================================================================================
主件料號:60-I11000-A01P
目前版本:
來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
主件數量:1
R2.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------QVL:TAIYO,
500 11-034082042
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 82PF/50V (0402) NPO 5%
TAIYO/UMK105CH820JW-F
C7,
QVL:TAIYO,
510 11-034110241
P PCS
9.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 1000PF/50V (0402)X7R (102)
10% TAIYO/UMK105BJ102KV-F
C21,C47,C50,C51,C61,
C73,C78,C84,C92,
QVL:TYIAO,
520 11-034110311
P PCS
20.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 0.01U/16V (0402) X7R(103)
10% TAIYO
C17,C19,C22,C28,C3,
C39,C41,C46,C54,C55,
C56,C6,C64,C67,C69,
C74,C76,C81,C83,C94,
QVL:TYIAO,
530 11-034110461
P PCS
22.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 0.1UF/10V (0402) X5R (104)
10% TAIYO
C110,C13,C15,C18,
C27,C40,C48,C49,C52,
C53,C59,C62,C66,C68,
C70,C8,C82,C85,C86,
C90,C91,C93,
QVL:TYIAO,
540 11-034127240
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 2700PF/50V (0402) X7R 10%
C4,
QVL:華新科,TDK,
550 11-034182140
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 820PF/50V (0402) X7R (821)
10%
C45,
QVL:華新科,TDK,
560 11-034600541
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
Y N
CAP 0.5PF/50V (0402) NPO
0.25PF TAIYO
C101,C25,
QVL:太誘,
570 11-034601541
P PCS
2.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 1.5PF/50V (0402) NPO
0.25PF TAIYO
C108,C32,
QVL:太誘,
580 11-034605641
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 5.6PF/50V (0402) NPO
0.25PF TAIYO/UMK105CH5R6CW-F
C109,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
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WL-120B BOM1
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7868
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/28 14:23:23
有效日期:03/04/28 列印版本:
頁次:7
================================================================================
主件料號:60-I11000-A01P
目前版本:
來源:M 發料單位:PCS 生產單位:PCS
品名規格:WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
主件數量:1
R2.00 TEST
項
燒 來 發料 組成用量
生效日期 圖號
特 保 Dis
次 元件料號/品名規格
源 單位
底數
失效日期 插件位置/ECN 性 稅 app
---- ----------------------- -- ---- ----------- -------- ---------------------QVL:TAIYO,
590 11-034607041
P PCS
3.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 7PF/50V (0402) NPO
0.25PF TAIYO/UMK105CH070DW-F
C72,CA3,CA4,
QVL:TAIYO,
600 11-034610041
P PCS
5.0000 03/04/24
N N
CAP 10PF/50V (0402) NPO
0.5PF TAIYO
C11,C12,C16,C29,C31,
QVL:太誘,
610 12-310003000
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
RF CONNECTOR
HRS/CL331-0471/U.FL-R-SMT
J1,
QVL:HIROSE,
620 13-I0C10M020
P PCS
1.0000 03/04/24
N N
WL-120 BOTTOM SHIELDING BRKT
SB1,
QVL:及成,
特性('U':有取代料件 'S':有替代料件)
================================================================================
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WL-120B BOM2
華碩電腦股份有限公司
FROM:P7867
單階材料用量明細表
製表日期:03/04/26 10:03:02
有效日期:03/04/26 列印版本:
頁次:1
================================================================================
主件料號:70-I11000-A01P
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品名規格:WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
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WL-121 WLAN MINI PCI CARD
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TRC
Since1985
Training Research Co., Ltd.
1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-26935155
FAX: 886-2-26934440
E-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
EXHIBIT H
Block Diagram
HHM1520
MMPA742G
AS-179
Switch
BCM2050
HHM1520
EEPROM
BCM4306
Mini-PCI
interface
BPF
AS-179
Switch
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TRC
Since1985
Training Research Co., Ltd.
1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-26935155
FAX: 886-2-26934440
E-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
EXHIBIT I
Operational Description
WL500b
IEEE 802.11b 11 Mbps Wireless Router
l Monitor your home anywhere, over the air, over the Internet
n Plug USB WebCam to WL-500b, users can check his home
status through the Web page
l Share broadband Internet around the home
n
Connect to external ADSL / cable modem via one 10/100Base-T auto-crossover
(MDI/MDI-X) Ethernet port
n
Four port switch with 10/100Base-T auto-crossover (MDI/MDI-X) Ethernet port connect to
local PC
n
802.1H translation mechanism bridging Ethernet and wireless traffics
n
IP sharing (NAT)
n
PPPoE client to connect remote ISP PPPoE server
n
DHCP server / client and DNX Proxy
n
DDNS
High Performance Wireless LAN Access
n
11 Mbps speed over the 2.4 GHz frequency band
n
Standard 2.4GHz Wi-Fi network to grantee compatible with existing 802.11b WLA N cards
n
Auto fall-back algorithm to select transmission rate.
n
One internal Inverted-F antenna and one external dipole antennas; support diversity
n
Reverse-SMA antenna connector to support external high gain antenna
n
Support roaming to other Wi-Fi compliant Access Points connected by local Ethernet to
extend the SOHO network coverage
l Wireless Firewall
n
Wireless firewall to secure traffic over the air.
n
Not only able to build up the conventional firewall to block the traffic from Internet,
WL-500b can also setup another firewall to protect the traffic from the air.
By checking any traffic between wireless and wired local area networks
l Firewall
n
Not only basic NAT natural firewall, SPI firewall will filter out the possible advanced
forms of attacks from the Internet.
n
DMZ
l Secure wireless connectivity
n
128-bit and 64-bit WEP; firmware upgradeable to support WPA
n
Only the wireless clients’ MAC address appear in the Access Control List (ACL) can be
allowed to enter the network
l Easy installation, management and maintenance
n
Web-based management can easily be operate by users with popular Internet browser such
as IE, Netscape.
n
UPnP Internet Gateway Device
n
Upgrade firmware through Ethernet or wireless
l VPN support
n
VPN pass through for PPTP, L2TP and IPSec protocol.
l Printer sharing
n
Support bi-directional printers
n
Support standard printer port and USB port printers
Specification
WAN
Support
Ethernet Port
LAN
function (MDI-X)
Connector
RJ45 for 10/100 BaseT
Support
Both Ethernet and 802.3 with Max. Bit Rate 10/100Mbps with Auto cross-over
Ethernet Port
Antenna
Printer Port
Both Ethernet and 802.3 with Max. Bit Rate 10/100 Mbps with auto cross-over
function (MDI-X), 4 port switch
Connector
4 x RJ45 for 10/100BaseT
Support
2
Connector
Reverse-SMA antenna connector
(one internal Inverted-F antenna and one external dipole antenna)
USB Support
USB 1.1 host
port Connector
USB type A
Support
SPP, ECP
Connector
25 PIN D-SUB FEMALE
Reset button
Push for 5 seconds to restore factory setting
Management
Web-based manager
UPnP Internet Gateway Device
Firewall
NAT and SPI
Can built extra one firewall to protect Internet traffic and another one for wireless
DC Power Adapter
AC Input: 100V~240V(50~60HZ); DC Output: 5V with max. 2 A current
Emissions
ETS; CE Mark; FCC Part 15
Size
142 mm (L)* 205 mm (W)* 36 mm (H) excluding one external antennas
Weight
600 g excluding power supply
Operating Frequency
2.4 - 2.5 GHz
Spreading
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum
Modulation
OFDM, CCK , DQPSK, DBPSK
Data Rate
802.11b:1, 2, 5.5, 11Mbps
11 for N. America, 14 Japan, 13 Europe(ETSI)
Operation Channels
3 (non-overlapping)
Outdoor (LOS, Light-Of-Sight) 300 ft (90 m) at 11Mbps
Range
The range may vary by different environment
Output Power
12 ~ 15 dBm (at nominal temp. range)
40/128-bit WEP
Encryption
WPA
Authentication
MAC address, 802.1x
®
TRC
Since1985
Training Research Co., Ltd.
1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-26935155
FAX: 886-2-26934440
E-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
EXHIBIT J
Photographs of EUT
External Photos of Wireless Router - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
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External Photos of Wireless Router - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
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External Photos of Wireless Router - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
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External Photos of Wireless Router - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
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Internal Photos of Wireless Router
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FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
1/7
Internal Photos of Wireless Router
ЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁ
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
2/7
Internal Photos of Wireless Router
ЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁ
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
3/7
Internal Photos of Wireless Router
ЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁ
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
4/7
Internal Photos of Wireless Router
ЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁ
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
5/7
Internal Photos of Wireless Router
ЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁ
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
6/7
Internal Photos of Wireless Router
ЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁЁ
FCC ID: MSQWL500B
Training Research Co., Ltd., TEL: 886-2-26935155, Fax: 886-2-26934440
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Training Research Co., Ltd.
®
TRC
Since1985
1F, No. 255, Nan Yang Street, Shijr, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan, R.O.C.
TEL: 886-2-26935155
FAX: 886-2-26934440
E-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
EXHIBIT K
RF Exposure Calculations
TRC
®
Since1985
Training Research Co., Ltd.
No. 255, Nan-yang Street, Shijr City, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan
Tel: 886-2-26935155 Fax: 886-2-26934440 e-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
Measurement of MPE
1. Foreword
In adopt with the Human Exposure IEEE C95.1, and according to the FCC 1.1310. The
Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) is obligated to measure in order to prove the safety
of radiation harmfulness to the human body.
The Gain of the antenna used is measured in an Anechoic chamber. The maximum total
power to the antenna is to be recorded. By adopting the Friis Transmission Formula and
the power gain of the antenna, we can find the distance right away from the product, where
the limit of the MPE is.
2. Description of EUT
Granted FCC ID
:
MSQWL500B
Product name
:
Wireless Router
Model name
:
WL-500b
Classification
:
Mobile Device
(i) Under normal use condition, the antenna is at least 20cm
away from the user;
(ii) Warning statement for keeping 20cm separation distance
and the prohibition of operating next to the person has been
printed in the user’s manual
Frequency Range
:
2.412 GHz ~ 2.462GHz
Supported Channel :
11 Channel
Modulation Skill
:
DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK
Power Type
:
Powered by Switching Power Adaptor
Manufacturer: DVE
Model: DSA-0101F-05 A
I/P: AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz, 0.3A, 10VA
O/P: +5VDC, 2A, 10W
Power Cable
:
185cm long, non-shielded, incorporates a ferrite core
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Training Research Co., Ltd.
®
Since1985
No. 255, Nan-yang Street, Shijr City, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan
Tel: 886-2-26935155 Fax: 886-2-26934440 e-mail: report@trclab.com.tw
3. Limits for Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE)
Frequency
Electric Field
Magnetic Filed
Range
Strength (V/m)
Strength (H)
(MHz)
Power Density (S) Averaging Time
(mW/cm2)
|E|2, |H|2 or S
(A/m)
(minutes)
(A) Limits for Occupational/Controlled Exposure
0.3-3.0
614
1.63
100
6
3.0-30
1842/f
4.89/f
900/f2
6
30-300
61.4
0.163
1.0
6
300-1500
--
--
f/300
6
1500-100,000
--
--
5
6
(B) Limits for General Population/Uncontrolled Exposure
0.3-1.34
614
1.63
100
30
1.34-30
824/f
2.19/f
180/f2
30
30-300
27.5
0.073
0.2
30
300-1500
--
--
f/1500
30
1500-100,000
--
--
1.0
30
[The EUT is tested in transmit and receive modes and in the first, middle and the last channel separately. The following shows only our
observation have the greatest emissions.]
According to OET BULLETIN 56 Fourth Edition/August 1999, Equation for Predicting RF Fields:
PG
46.238 × 2.249
Friis Transmission Formula: S =
=
= 2.069 ×10 − 2 mW / cm 2
2
2
4πR
4π( 20)
Estimated safe separation:
R=
PG
=
4π
46.238 × 2.249
= 2.877cm
4π
Remarks: "The safe estimated separation that the user must maintain from the antenna is at least 2.877 cm."
Where: S = power density (in appropriate units, e.g. mW/cm2)
P = power input to the antenna (in appropriate units, e.g., mW)
G = power gain of the antenna in the direction of interest relative to an isotropic radiator
R = distance to the center of radiation of the antenna (appropriate units, e.g., cm)
The Numeric gain G of antenna with a gain specified in dB is determined by:
G = Log -1 ( dBi antenna gain / 10 )
G = Log -1 (3.52 / 10) = 2.249
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NInput Output
Enterprise Corp .
PRODUCT
SPECIFICATION
DOC. No: WL-TL-17
DATE: 25-MAR-02
REV.
PRODUCT NAME
2.4G ANTENNA WITH RP SMA
PART NUMBER
□ W201-108-D2
Signed By Customers
Approved By:
供應商:
垠 旺 精 密 股 份 有 限 公 司
TEL:02-2917-7528;FAX:02-2912-1659
台 北 縣 新 店 市 寶 興 路 37 號 3 樓
:
C
NInput Output
Enterprise Corp .
PRODUCT
SPECIFICATION
2.4 G ANTENNA WITH RP -SMA PLUG
DOC. No: WL-TL-17
DATE: 25-MAR-02
REV.
:
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Brass
鍍鎳
7
帽套
6
TPR
Black
底座
ABS
Black
5
天線座
4
ABS
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扭
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Brass
鍍黑鉻
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Be.Copper
鍍金30u"
2 Contacter 端子
Brass
鍍金4u"
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RP SMA主體
ITEM DESCRIPTIONMATERIALS FINISHED
NInput Output
PRODUCT
SPECIFICATION
Enterprise Corp .
RP-SMA R/A JACK
PCB RECEPTACLE
DOC. No: WL-TL-17
DATE: 25-MAR-02
REV.
:
C
NInput Output
Enterprise Corp .
PRODUCT
SPECIFICATION
DOC. No: WL-TL-17
DATE: 25-MAR-02
DATE:
2.4 G ANTENNA WITH RP -SMA PLUG
REV.
:
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W201-108-D2 2.4G ANTENNA
SPECIFICATION
1. Electrical Properties
1-1
Frequency Range … … … … … … … ….2.4~2.5GHz
1-2
Impedance … … … … … … … … …..…..50 Ohms nominal
1-3
V.S.W.R … … … . . … … . … … … … . … … 2.0 (Max.)
1-4
Return Loss … … … … … … … … … . … -10.0 dB(Max.)
1-5
Max. Gain … … … … … … … … … … ….3.52dBi
1-6
Polarization … … … … … … … … .
1-7
Admitted Power … … … … … … … … … 1 W
1-8
Electrical Wave … … … … … … … … … .1/4 â Dipole
Vertical
2. Mechanical Properties
2-1 Connector … … … … … … ...…Reverse SMA Plug
Cable … … … … … … … … … … … . . … R G 1 7 8
2-3 Antenna Body … … … … … … … … … T.P.R.
2-4 Operating Temperature Range.. … … -20℃ ~
+50℃
2-5 Storage Temperature Range … … … . -20℃ ~
+50℃
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