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Document DEVICE REPORTDOPF3820-Test-Report-DOPPIO-MOBILE-S-A-DE-C-V-2bcze-dopf3820-ex-1-13
Report No.: S23091302003004
FCC CFR47 PART 22H, 24E, 27 CERTIFICATION TEST REPORT
FCC ID: 2BCZE-DOPF3820
Product: 4G Feature phone Trade Mark: Doppio Model No.: F3820 Family Model: N/A Report No.: S23091302003004 Issue Date: Oct. 26, 2023
Prepared for
DOPPIO MOBILE, S.A DE C.V. RIO SAN JOAQUIN AVENUE, EXT. No. 406 , INT. No. 3RD FLOOR,
OFFICE 2, MEXICO CITY, MEXICO 11529
Prepared by
Shenzhen NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd. 1/F, Building E, Fenda Science Park, Sanwei Community, Xixiang Street Bao'an District, Shenzhen 518126 P.R. China
Tel. 400-800-6106, 0755-2320 0050, 0755-2320 0090 Website: http://www.ntek.org.cn
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TEST RESULT CERTIFICATION

Applicant's name .................... : Address ..................................... :
Manufacturer's Name ............. : Address ..................................... :
Product name............................. : Model and/or type reference ... : Trade Mark ................................ :

DOPPIO MOBILE, S.A DE C.V. RIO SAN JOAQUIN AVENUE, EXT. No. 406 , INT. No. 3RD FLOOR, OFFICE 2, MEXICO CITY, MEXICO 11529 Shenzhen United Time Technology Co., Ltd 7/F.,5-A Building,Software IndustrialBase, No.11 haitian Road, NanshanDistrict,Shenzhen,P.R.China. 4G Feature phone F3820 Doppio

Family Model ............................... : N/A

Test Sample Number.................... S230913020004 Standards.................................: FCC CFR 47 Part 22H, Part 24E, Part 27 Test procedure ...............................: ANSI C63.26:2015
ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016 This device described above has been tested by NTEK, and the test results show that the equipment under test (EUT) is in compliance with the FCC requirements. And it is applicable only to the tested sample identified in the report. This report shall not be reproduced except in full, without the written approval of NTEK, this document may be altered or revised by NTEK, personal only, and shall be noted in the revision of the document. Date of Test ................................................: Date (s) of performance of tests ..............S..e.:p. 13, 2023 ~ Oct. 26, 2023 Date of Issue ............................................O..c.:t. 26, 2023 Test Result................................................P..a.:ss

Prepared :
By

Mary Hu

(Project Engineer)

Reviewed :
By

Aaron Cheng (Supervisor)

Approved :
By

Alex Li (Manager)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. GENERAL INFORMATION ...............................................................................................................................5 1. GENERAL INFORMATION ...............................................................................................................................5 1.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................................. 5 1.3 TEST METHODOLOGY....................................................................................................................................................... 8 1.4 TEST FACILITY..................................................................................................................................................................... 8 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ............................................................................................................................................ 8 1.5 SPECIAL ACCESSORIES................................................................................................................................................... 8 1.6 WORST-CASE CONFIGURATION AND MODE.............................................................................................................. 8 1.7 SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS ...................................................................................................................................... 10 2. SYSTEM TEST CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................11 2.1 EUT CONFIGURATION.......................................................................................................................................................11 2.2 EUT EXERCISE ...................................................................................................................................................................11 2.3 CONFIGURATION OF EUT SYSTEM.............................................................................................................................11 2.4 TEST SETUP ....................................................................................................................................................................... 12 3.TEST AND MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................13 4. OUTPUT POWER............................................................................................................................................15 4.1 OUTPUT POWER MEASUREMENT ............................................................................................................................... 15 6. BANDEDGE AND EMISSION MASK .............................................................................................................18 8. RADIATED MEASUREMENT .........................................................................................................................20 8.1. RADIATED POWER (ERP & EIRP) ................................................................................................................................ 20 8.2 LTE BAND 4 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 21 8.3 LTE BAND 5 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 24 8.4 LTE BAND 7 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 26 8.5 LTE BAND 13 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 28
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Report No.: S23091302003004 8.6 LTE BAND 66 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 30 9. SPURIOUS RADIATION EMISSION ..............................................................................................................33 Note: Other emissions which has not list below has attenuated 20dB below the limit. ......................................................... 34 9.1 LTE BAND 4 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 35 9.2 LTE BAND 5 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 37 9.3 LTE BAND 7 ........................................................................................................................................................................ 39 9.4 LTE BAND 13 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 41 9.5 LTE BAND 66 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 43 10. FREQUENCY STABILITY.............................................................................................................................45 10.1 LTE BAND 4 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 46 10.2 LTE BAND 5 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 48 10.3 LTE BAND 7 ...................................................................................................................................................................... 50 10.4 LTE BAND 13 .................................................................................................................................................................... 52 10.5 LTE BAND 66 .................................................................................................................................................................... 54 11. PEAK-TO-AVERAGE RATIO ........................................................................................................................56 11.1 Description of the PAR Measurement ........................................................................................................................ 56 11.2 Measuring Instruments .................................................................................................................................................. 56 11.3 Test Procedures............................................................................................................................................................... 56 11.4 Test Setup.......................................................................................................................................................................... 57
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

A major technical description of EUT is described as following:

Product Designation: 4G Feature phone

Trade Mark

Doppio

Model Name

F3820

Family Model

N/A

Model Difference

N/A

FCC ID:

2BCZE-DOPF3820

Frequency Bands:
Frequency Range:
Type of Modulation: Power Class SIM Card: Antenna: Antenna gain:

U.S. Bands:
LTE FDD Band 4,5,7,13, 66
LTE FDD Band 4 Uplink: 1710MHz-1755MHz, Downlink: 2110MHz-2155MHz; LTE FDD Band 5 Uplink: 824MHz-849MHz, Downlink: 869MHz-894MHz; LTE-FDD Band 7 Uplink: 2500MHz-2570MHz, Downlink: 2620MHz-2690MHz; LTE FDD Band 13 Uplink: 777MHz-787MHz, Downlink: 746MHz-756MHz; LTE FDD Band 66 Uplink: 1710MHz-1780MHz, Downlink: 2110MHz-2200MHz; QPSK/16QAM/64QAM(Only Downlink) Class 3 SIM 1 and SIM 2 is a chipset unit and tested as a single chipset. The SIM 1 is chosen for test.
PIFA Antenna
Band 4: 2dBi, Band 5: 0.5dBi, Band 7: 2.1dBi, Band 13: 0.3dBi, Band 66: 2dBi

Model: F3820

Adapter

Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.15A

Output: 5.0V 500mA

Battery

DC 3.7V, 1750mAh, 6.48Wh

Power supply

DC 3.7V from battery or DC 5V from adapter

Extreme Vol. Limits:

DC 3.15V to DC 4.26V (Nominal DC 3.7V)Note 1

HW Version

HS900-MB-V2.1

SW Version

F3820_4G_V03_202300901

** Note1: The High Voltage DC 4.26V and Low Voltage 3.15V was declared by manufacturer, The EUT couldn't be operate normally with higher or lower voltage.

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Note 2: Test band Test band
LTE FDD Band 4

Band Width
1.4 MHz

Modulation Mode
QPSK/ 16QAM

3MHz

QPSK/ 16QAM

5MHz

QPSK/ 16QAM

10MHz

QPSK/ 16QAM

15MHz

QPSK/ 16QAM

LTE FDD Band 5 LTE FDD Band 7

20MHz 1.4MHz 3MHz 5MHz 10MHz 5MHz 10MHz 15MHz 20MHz

QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM

Test Channel
Ch 19957 Ch 20175 Ch 20393 Ch 19965 Ch 20175 Ch 20385 Ch 19975 Ch 20175 Ch 20375 Ch 20000 Ch 20175 Ch 20350 Ch 20025 Ch 20175 Ch 20325 Ch 20050 Ch 20175 Ch 20300 Ch 20407 Ch 20525 Ch 20643 Ch 20415 Ch 20525 Ch 20635 Ch 20425 Ch 20525 Ch 20625 Ch 20450 Ch 20525 Ch 20600 Ch 20775 Ch 21100 Ch 21425 Ch 20800 Ch 21100 Ch 21400 Ch 20825 Ch 21100 Ch 21375 Ch 20850 Ch 21100 Ch 21350

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LTE FDD Band 13 LTE FDD Band 66

5MHz 10MHz 1.4MHz 3MHz 5MHz 10MHz 15MHz 20MHz

QPSK/ 16QAM QPSK/ 16QAM QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM
QPSK/ 16QAM

Ch 23205 Ch 23230 Ch 23255
Ch 23230
Ch 131979 Ch 132322 Ch 132665 Ch 131987 Ch 132322 Ch 132657 Ch 131997 Ch 132322 Ch 132647 Ch 132022 Ch 132322 Ch 132622 Ch 132047 Ch 132322 Ch 132597 Ch 132072 Ch 132322 Ch 132572

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1.2 RELATED SUBMITTAL(S) / GRANT (S) This submittal(s) (test report) is intended for FCC ID: 2BCZE-DOPF3820 filing to comply with the FCC Part 22H&24E&27.
1.3 TEST METHODOLOGY The tests documented in this report were performed in accordance with ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016, FCC CFR 47 Part 2, Part 22, Part 24, Part 27, ANSI C63.26:2015.
1.4 TEST FACILITY The test site used to collect the radiated data is located at:
ShenZhen NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd. 1/F, Building E, Fenda Science Park, Sanwei Community, Xixiang Street, Bao'an District, Shenzhen 518126 P.R.China.
The test site is constructed and calibrated to meet the FCC requirements in documents ANSI C63.26:2015& ANSI C63.4: 2014. FCC Registration No.:463705 IC Registration No.:9270A-1, CNAS Registration No.:L5516

MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY

The reported uncertainty of measurement, where expended uncertainty U is based on a standard uncertainty

multiplied by a coverage factor of k=2, providing a level of confidence of approximately 95 %.

No.

Item

1

Conducted Emission Test

2

RF power, conducted

3

Spurious emissions, conducted

4

All emissions, radiated(30MHz~1GHz)

5

All emissions, radiated(<1G)

6

All emissions, radiated(>1G)

7

Temperature

9

Humidity

10

All emissions, radiated(9KHz~30MHz)

11

Occupied bandwidth

12

Radio Frequency

Uncertainty ±1.38dB ±0.16dB ±0.21dB ±2.64dB ±4.68dB ±4.89dB ±0.5°C ±2% ±6dB ±4.7% ±1×10-6

1.5 SPECIAL ACCESSORIES The battery and the charger, earphone supplied by the applicant were used as accessories and being tested with EUT intended for FCC grant together.

1.6 WORST-CASE CONFIGURATION AND MODE The worst-case scenario for all measurements is based on the investigation results. The device has LTE Bands of: Band 4/5/7/13/66

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The RB Size was selected to measure for peak or average ERP and EIRP, which was based on the conducted power verification baseline data. For the fundamental investigation of radiated emissions, the EUT is investigated for vertical and horizontal antenna orientations and X Y and Z orientations of the EUT alone. After the investigations the worst case was determined to be at X orientation for all LTE bands.
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1.7 SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS

FCC Part22, Subpart H/ FCC Part24, Subpart E, FCC Part27, Subpart L, KDB 971168 D01 Power Meas License Digital Systems v03r01

FCC Rule

Test Item

Verdict

Remark

2.1046

Conducted Output Power

PASS

22.913(d) 24.232(d) 27.50(d)(5) KDB 971168 D01 Clause 5.7
2.1049 22.917(b) 24.238(b) KDB 971168 D01 Clause 4.2
2.1051 22.917(a) 24.238(a) 27.53(g), (h), (m) KDB 971168 D01 Clause 6 22.913(a)(2) 27.50(b)(10), (c)(10) KDB 971168 D01 Clause 5.6 24.232(c) 27.50(h)(2), (d)(4) KDB 971168 D01 Clause 5.6
2.1053 22.917(a) 24.238(a) 27.53(g), (h), (m) KDB 971168 D01 Clause 7
2.1055 22.355 24.235 27.54 KDB 971168 D01 Clause 9

Peak-to-Average Ratio Occupied Bandwidth
Band Edge Effective Radiated Power Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power Field Strength of Spurious Radiation
Frequency Stability for Temperature & Voltage

PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS
PASS

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2. SYSTEM TEST CONFIGURATION
2.1 EUT CONFIGURATION The EUT configuration for testing is installed on RF field strength measurement to meet the Commission's requirement and operating in a manner which intends to maximize its emission characteristics in a continuous normal application.

2.2 EUT EXERCISE The Transmitter was operated in the maximum output power mode through Communication Tester. The TX frequency was fixed which was for the purpose of the measurements.
2.3 CONFIGURATION OF EUT SYSTEM

Table 2-1 Equipment Used in EUT System

Item

Equipment

Model No.

ID or Specification

1

4G Feature phone

F3820

FCC ID: 2BCZE-DOPF3820

Note EUT

Note: All the accessories have been used during the test. the following "EUT" in setup diagram means EUT system.

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2.4 TEST SETUP For Radiated Test Cases
EUT

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For Conducted Output Power Measurement Attenuator Instrument

EUT

For Peak-to Average Ratio, Occupied Bandwidth, Conducted Band edge and Conducted Spurious Emission

System Simulator Spectrum Analyzer Attenuator

Power Divider

EUT

For Frequency Stability Measurement Attenuator Instrument

EUT
Thermal Chamber

DC Power Source

Note: EUT built-in battery-powered, the battery is fully-charged. Page 12 of 57

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3.TEST AND MEASUREMENT EQUIPMENT

The following test and measurement equipment was utilized for the tests documented in this report:

Item

Kind of Equipment

Manufacturer

Type No.

Serial No.

Last calibration

Calibrated Calibration

until

period

MXA Signal 1
Analyzer

Agilent

N9020A MY49100060 2023.05.29 2024.05.28 1 year

2 Test Receiver

R&S

ESPI

101318

2023.03.27 2024.03.26 1 year

3 Bilog Antenna

TESEQ

CBL6111D

31216

2023.03.16 2024.03.15 1 year

50 Coaxial 4
Switch

Anritsu

MP59B 6200983705 2023.05.06 2026.05.05 3 year

5 Horn Antenna

EM

EM-AH-10180 2011071402 2022.03.31 2025.03.30 3 year

6

Horn Ant

Schwarzbeck BBHA 9170 9170-181 2022.11.07 2023.11.06 1 year

7

Amplifier

8 Loop Antenna

9 Power Meter

10 Power Sensor

11 Test Cable

12 Test Cable

13 Test Cable

14 Test Receiver

15

LISN

16

LISN

50 Coaxial 17
Switch Passive Voltage 18
Probe

19 Test Cable

20 Test Cable

21 Test Cable

22

Spectrum Analyzer

23 test receiver

24

Communication Tester

25

Thermal Chamber

EM ARA R&S R&S N/A N/A N/A R&S R&S EMCO
Anritsu
R&S
N/A N/A N/A agilent R&S R&S Ten Billion

EM-30180

060538

2023.05.29

PLA-1030/B

1029

2022.11.04

NRVS

100696

2023.05.29

URV5-Z4 R-01 R-02 R-03 ESCI
ENV216 3816/2

0395.1619.05 2023.05.29

N/A

2022.06.17

N/A

2022.06.17

N/A

2022.06.17

101160

2023.03.27

101313

2023.03.27

00042990 2023.03.27

2024.05.28 2023.11.05 2024.05.28 2024.05.28 2025.06.16 2025.06.16 2025.06.16 2024.03.26 2024.03.26 2024.03.26

MP59B 6200264417 2023.03.27 2024.03.26

ESH2-Z3

100196

2023.03.27 2024.03.26

C01 C02 C03 e4440a ESCI CMU200

N/A

2023.05.06

N/A

2023.05.06

N/A

2023.05.06

us44300399 2023.03.27

a0304218 2023.03.27

A0304247 2023.05.29

2026.05.05 2026.05.05 2026.05.05 2024.03.26 2024.03.26 2024.05.28

TTC-B3C TBN-960502 2023.03.27 2024.03.26

1 year 1 year 1 year 1 year 3 year 3 year 3 year 1 year 1 year 1 year
1 year
1 year
3 year 3 year 3 year 1 year 1 year 1 year 1 year

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26

DC Power Source

N/A

PS-6005D 20170402923 2023.05.06 2026.05.05 3 year

Note: Each piece of equipment is scheduled for calibration once a year except the Test Cable& DC Power Source

which is scheduled for calibration every 3 years.

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4. OUTPUT POWER
4.1 OUTPUT POWER MEASUREMENT
LTE Measurement Procedure: All LTE bands conducted power peak and average are obtained from the CMW500 telecommunication test set. The following tests were conducted according to the test requirements outlined in section 6.2 of the 3GPP TS36.101 specification. UE Power Class: 3 (23 +/- 2dBm). The allowed Maximum Power Reduction (MPR) for the maximum output power due to higher order modulation and transmit bandwidth configuration (resource blocks) is specified in Table 6.2.3-1 of the 3GPP TS36.101.
The allowed A-MPR values specified below in Table 6.2.4.-1 of 3GPP TS36.101 are in addition to the allowed MPR requirements. All the measurements below were performed with A-MPR disabled, by using Network Signaling Value of "NS_01".3
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Test data reference attachment.
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5. OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH
RULE PART(S)
FCC: §2.1049
LIMITS
For reporting purposes only
TEST PROCEDURE
The transmitter output was connected to a calibrated coaxial cable and coupler, the other end of which was connected to a spectrum analyzer. The occupied bandwidth was measured with the spectrum analyzer at the low, middle and high channel in each band. The -26dB bandwidth was also measured and recorded.
MODES TESTED
 Band 4/5/7/13/66
RESULTS PASS
Test data reference attachment.
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6. BANDEDGE AND EMISSION MASK
RULE PART(S)
FCC: §2.1051, §22.901, §22.917, §24.238, §27.53, FCC: §22.359
LIMITS
The minimum permissible attenuation level of any spurious emission is 43 + log10(P[Watts]), where P is the transmitter power in Watts. The minimum permissible attenuation level for Band 7 is as following. Per 27.53(g) for operations in the 698-746 MHz band, in the 100 kHz bands immediately outside and adjacent to the frequency block a resolution bandwidth of at least 30 kHz may be employed to demonstrate compliance with the out-of-band emissions limit. Per 27.53(c.5) for operations in the 776-788 MHz band, in the 100 kHz bands immediately outside and adjacent to the frequency block a resolution bandwidth of at least 30 kHz may be employed to demonstrate compliance with the out-of-band emissions limit. For all plots showing emissions in the 763 ­ 775MHz and 793 ­ 805MHz band, the FCC limit per 27.53(c.4) is 65 + 10log10(P) = -35dBm in a 6.25kHz bandwidth. Per 27.53(m) for operations in the BRS/EBS bands, the attenuation factor shall be not less than 40 + 10 log (P) dB on all frequencies between the channel edge and 5 megahertz from the channel edge, 43 + 10 log (P) dB on all frequencies between 5 megahertz and X megahertz from the channel edge, and 55 + 10 log (P) dB on all frequencies more than X megahertz from the channel edge, where X is the greater of 6 megahertz or the actual emission bandwidth.
TEST PROCEDURE
The transmitter output was connected to a CMW500 Test Set and configured to operate at maximum power. The band edge emissions were measured at the required operating frequencies in each band on the Spectrum Analyzer. For each band edge measurement: Set the spectrum analyzer span to include the block edge frequency Set a marker to point the corresponding band edge frequency in each test case. Set resolution bandwidth to at least 1% of emission bandwidth.
MODES TESTED
Band 4/5/7/13/66
RESULTS
Test data reference attachment. Note: Both QPSK and 16QAM has been tested, the worst case is QPSK mode, the report just reported the worst case.
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7. OUT OF BAND EMISSIONS
RULE PART(S)
FCC: §2.1051, §22.901, §22.917, §24.238, §27.53
LIMITS
The minimum permissible attenuation level of any spurious emission is 43 + log10(P[Watts]), where P is the transmitter power in Watts. The minimum permissible attenuation level for Band 7 is as following. Per 27.53(g) for operations in the 698-746 MHz band, in the 100 kHz bands immediately outside and adjacent to the frequency block a resolution bandwidth of at least 30 kHz may be employed to demonstrate compliance with the out-of-band emissions limit. Per 27.53(c.5) for operations in the 776-788 MHz band, in the 100 kHz bands immediately outside and adjacent to the frequency block a resolution bandwidth of at least 30 kHz may be employed to demonstrate compliance with the out-of-band emissions limit. For all plots showing emissions in the 763 ­ 775MHz and 793 ­ 805MHz band, the FCC limit per 27.53(c.4) is 65 + 10log10(P) = -35dBm in a 6.25kHz bandwidth. Per 27.53(m) for operations in the BRS/EBS bands, the attenuation factor shall be not less than 40 + 10 log (P) dB on all frequencies between the channel edge and 5 megahertz from the channel edge, 43 + 10 log (P) dB on all frequencies between 5 megahertz and X megahertz from the channel edge, and 55 + 10 log (P) dB on all frequencies more than X megahertz from the channel edge, where X is the greater of 6 megahertz or the actual emission bandwidth.
TEST PROCEDURE
The RF output of the transmitter was connected to a spectrum analyzer through a calibrated coaxial cable. Sufficient scans were taken to show the out-of-band Emissions, if any, up to 10th harmonic. Multiple sweeps were recorded in maximum hold mode using a peak detector to ensure that the worst-case emissions were caught. For each out of band emissions measurement:
  Set RBW & VBW to 100 kHz for the measurement below 1 GHz, and 1 MHz for the measurement above 1 GHz.
MODES TESTED
 Band 4/5/7/13/66  7.1 MEASUREMENT METHOD The test set up and general procedure is similar to conducted peak output power test. Only different for setting the measurement configuration of the measuring instrument of Spectrum Analyzer.
Test data reference attachment. Note: Both QPSK and 16QAM has been tested, the worst case is QPSK mode, the report just reported the worst case.
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8. RADIATED MEASUREMENT
8.1. RADIATED POWER (ERP & EIRP)
RULE PART(S)
FCC: §2.1046, §22.913, §24.232, §27.50
LIMITS:
22.913(a) - The ERP of mobile transmitters and auxiliary test transmitters must not exceed 7 Watts. 27.50 (c) (10) the following power and antenna height requirements apply to stations transmitting in the 698­746 MHz band, the portable stations (hand-held devices) are limited to 3 watts ERP. 27.50 (b)(10) Portable stations (hand-held devices) transmitting in the 746­757 MHz, 758­763 MHz, 776­793 MHz, and 805­806 MHz bands are limited to 3 watts ERP. 27.50 (d)(4) The following power and antenna height requirements apply to stations transmitting in the 1710­1755 MHz and 2110­2155 MHz bands: Fixed, mobile, and portable (hand-held) stations operating in the 1710­1755 MHz band are limited to 1 watt EIRP. 27.50 (h)(2) Mobile and other user stations. Mobile stations are limited to 2.0 watts EIRP. All user stations are limited to 2.0 watts transmitter output power.
TEST PROCEDURE
ANSI/TIA-603-E Clause 2.2.17 KDB 971168 v03r01 RF power output using broadband peak and average power meter method. KDB 971168 D01 Power Meas License Digital Systems v03r01, "Measurement Guidance for Certification of Licensed Digital Transmitters"
MODES TESTED
 Band 4/5/7/13/66
RESULTS
Pass
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8.2 LTE BAND 4

Mode

RB/RB Frequency
SIZE

1.4MHz Band QPSK
3.0MHz Band QPSK
5.0MHz Band QPSK
10.0MHz Band QPSK
15.0MHz Band QPSK
20.0MHz Band QPSK
1.4MHz Band QPSK
3.0MHz Band QPSK
5.0MHz Band QPSK
10.0MHz Band

6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0 75/0 100/0 6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0

1710.7 1732.5 1754.3 1711.5 1732.5 1753.5 1712.5 1732.5 1752.5 1715 1732.5 1750 1717.5 1732.5 1747.5 1720 1732.5 1745 1710.7 1732.5 1754.3 1711.5 1732.5 1753.5 1712.5 1732.5 1752.5 1715 1732.5

Radiated Power (EIRP) for Band 4

Result

SG Level (dBm)

Cable Loss (dBm)

Factor (dB)

Max. EIRP Average (dBm)

Max. EIRP Average (mW)

15.65 3.12 8.90

21.43 138.995

13.92 3.27 8.90

19.55 90.157

17.01 3.29 8.90

22.62 182.810

14.42 3.13 8.90

20.19 104.472

15.57 3.27 8.90

21.2 131.826

16.59 3.30 8.90

22.19 165.577

15.48 3.13 8.90

21.25 133.352

16.14 3.27 8.90

21.77 150.314

14.71 3.30 8.90

20.31 107.399

15.52 3.15 8.90

21.27 133.968

15.75 3.31 8.90

21.34 136.144

16.95 3.33 8.90

22.52 178.649

16.33 3.15 8.90

22.08 161.436

16.35 3.31 8.90

21.94 156.315

17.31 3.33 8.90

22.88 194.089

15.17 3.17 8.90

20.9 123.027

16.44 3.32 8.90

22.02 159.221

15.78 3.36 8.90

21.32 135.519

16.94 3.12 8.90

22.72 187.068

16.18 3.27 8.90

21.81 151.705

14.81 3.29 8.90

20.42 110.154

17.10 3.13 8.90

22.87 193.642

17.51 3.27 8.90

23.14 206.063

17.56 3.30 8.90

23.16 207.014

14.96 3.13 8.90

20.73 118.304

16.69 3.27 8.90

22.32 170.608

15.27 3.30 8.90

20.87 122.180

13.58 3.15 8.90

19.33 85.704

16.68 3.31 8.90

22.27 168.655

Polarization Of Max. ERP
Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal
Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Conclusion
Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

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QPSK

1750

16.74 3.33 8.90

15.0MHz

1717.5 17.36 3.15 8.90

Band

75/0

1732.5 15.79 3.31 8.90

QPSK

1747.5 16.14 3.33 8.90

20.0MHz

1720

17.65 3.17 8.90

Band 100/0 1732.5 17.66 3.32 8.90

QPSK

1745

15.84 3.36 8.90

22.31 23.11 21.38 21.71 23.38 23.24 21.38

170.216 204.644 137.404 148.252 217.771 210.863 137.404

Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

Mode
1.4MHz Band 16
QAM 3.0MHz Band 16
QAM 5.0MHz Band 16
QAM 10.0MHz Band 16
QAM 15.0MHz Band 16
QAM 20.0MHz Band 16
QAM 1.4MHz Band 16
QAM 3.0MHz Band 16
QAM

RB/RB SIZE
6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0 75/0 100/0 6/0 15/0

Frequency
1710.7 1732.5 1754.3 1711.5 1732.5 1753.5 1712.5 1732.5 1752.5 1715 1732.5 1750 1717.5 1732.5 1747.5 1720 1732.5 1745 1710.7 1732.5 1754.3 1711.5 1732.5 1753.5

Radiated Power (EIRP) for Band 4

Result

SG Level (dBm)

Cable Loss (dBm)

Factor (dB)

Max. EIRP Average (dBm)

Max. EIRP Average (mW)

16.87 3.12 8.90

22.65 184.077

16.90 3.27 8.90

22.53 179.061

17.55 3.29 8.90

23.16 207.014

15.48 3.13 8.90

21.25 133.352

17.81 3.27 8.90

23.44 220.800

17.08 3.30 8.90

22.68 185.353

15.26 3.13 8.90

21.03 126.765

15.59 3.27 8.90

21.22 132.434

16.22 3.30 8.90

21.82 152.055

17.59 3.15 8.90

23.34 215.774

15.00 3.31 8.90

20.59 114.551

15.46 3.33 8.90

21.03 126.765

16.69 3.15 8.90

22.44 175.388

16.52 3.31 8.90

22.11 162.555

16.87 3.33 8.90

22.44 175.388

17.38 3.17 8.90

23.11 204.644

17.42 3.32 8.90

23

199.526

17.63 3.36 8.90

23.17 207.491

16.50 3.12 8.90

22.28 169.044

16.16 3.27 8.90

21.79 151.008

17.63 3.29 8.90

23.24 210.863

15.55 3.13 8.90

21.32 135.519

16.56 3.27 8.90

22.19 165.577

16.51 3.30 8.90

22.11 162.555

Polarization Of Max. ERP
Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal
Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Conclusion
Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

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5.0MHz

1712.5 15.55 3.13 8.90

Band 16 25/0

1732.5 16.53 3.27 8.90

QAM

1752.5 14.95 3.30 8.90

10.0MHz

1715

15.29 3.15 8.90

Band 16 50/0

1732.5 16.76 3.31 8.90

QAM

1750

17.29 3.33 8.90

15.0MHz

1717.5 16.17 3.15 8.90

Band 16 75/0

1732.5 17.15 3.31 8.90

QAM

1747.5 17.16 3.33 8.90

20.0MHz

1720

17.08 3.17 8.90

Band 16 100/0 1732.5 16.74 3.32 8.90

QAM

1745

17.99 3.36 8.90

21.32 22.16 20.55 21.04 22.35 22.86 21.92 22.74 22.73 22.81 22.32 23.53

135.519 164.437 113.501 127.057 171.791 193.197 155.597 187.932 187.499 190.985 170.608 225.424

Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

Note: SG Level= Signal generator output Max. EIRP Average (dBm)= Antenna Gain(dB)+ SG Level (dBm)- Cable Loss(dBm) Factor Gain(dB)=Antenna Gain(dB) + Amplifier Factor (dB)

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8.3 LTE BAND 5

Radiated Power (ERP) for Band 5 Result

Mode
1.4MHz Band QPSK
3.0MHz Band QPSK
5.0MHz Band QPSK
10.0MHz Band QPSK
1.4MHz Band QPSK
3.0MHz Band QPSK
5.0MHz Band QPSK
10.0MHz Band QPSK

RB/RB SIZE
6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0 6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0

Frequency
824.7 836.5 848.3 825.5 836.5 847.5 826.5 836.5 846.5 829 836.5 844 824.7 836.5 848.3 825.5 836.5 847.5 826.5 836.5 846.5 829 836.5 844

SG Level
(dBm)
19.46 19.21 19.32 20.16 21.12 19.39 18.27 21.08 20.79 19.96 19.88 19.03 20.19 20.32 20.47 20.64 20.61 20.28 18.96 19.81 17.67 18.69 21.42 19.67

Cable Loss (dBm)
2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02

Factor (dB)
5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70

Correction
(dB)
2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15

Max. ERP
Average (dBm) 20.6 20.35 20.85 21.3 22.26 20.92 19.41 22.22 22.32 21.1 21.02 20.56 21.33 21.46 22 21.78 21.75 21.81 20.1 20.95 19.2 19.83 22.56 21.2

Max. ERP
Average (mW)
114.815 108.393 121.619 134.896 168.267 123.595 87.297 166.725 170.608 128.825 126.474 113.763 135.831 139.959 158.489 150.661 149.624 151.705 102.329 124.451 83.176 96.161 180.302 131.826

Polarization Of Max. ERP

Conclusi on

Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal
Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

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Radiated Power (ERP) for Band 5 Result

Mode
1.4MHz Band 16
QAM 3.0MHz Band 16
QAM 5.0MHz Band 16
QAM 10.0MH z Band 16 QAM 1.4MHz Band 16
QAM 3.0MHz Band 16
QAM 5.0MHz Band 16
QAM 10.0MH z Band 16 QAM

RB/RB SIZE
6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0 6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0

Frequency
824.7 836.5 848.3 825.5 836.5 847.5 826.5 836.5 846.5 829 836.5 844 824.7 836.5 848.3 825.5 836.5 847.5 826.5 836.5 846.5 829 836.5 844

SG Level
(dBm)
19.50 19.90 19.88 19.02 19.98 18.65 17.36 18.15 18.75 17.92 18.80 18.99 20.64 18.94 18.80 18.99 18.79 18.53 18.70 18.31 18.34 18.71 21.25 19.28

Cable Loss (dBm)
2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02 2.01 2.01 2.02

Factor (dB)
5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.70

Correction
(dB)
2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15 2.15

Max. ERP
Average (dBm) 20.64 21.04 21.41 20.16 21.12 20.18 18.5 19.29 20.28 19.06 19.94 20.52 21.78 20.08 20.33 20.13 19.93 20.06 19.84 19.45 19.87 19.85 22.39 20.81

Max. ERP
Average (mW)
115.878 127.057 138.357 103.753 129.420 104.232 70.795 84.918 106.660 80.538 98.628 112.720 150.661 101.859 107.895 103.039 98.401 101.391 96.383 88.105 97.051 96.605 173.380 120.504

Polarization Of Max. ERP
Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal
Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Conclu sion
Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

Note: SG Level= Signal generator output Max. EIRP Average (dBm)= Antenna Gain(dB)+ SG Level (dBm)- Cable Loss(dBm) Factor Gain(dB)=Antenna Gain(dB) + Amplifier Factor (dB) ERP=EIRP-2.15

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8.4 LTE BAND 7

Mode
5.0MHz Band QPSK
10.0MHz Band QPSK
15.0MHz Band QPSK
20.0MHz Band QPSK
5.0MHz Band QPSK
10.0MHz Band QPSK
15.0MHz Band QPSK
20.0MHz Band QPSK

RB/RB SIZE
25/0 50/0 75/0 100/0 25/0 50/0 75/0 100/0

Frequency
2502.5 2535 2567.5 2505 2535 2565 2507.5 2535 2562.5 2510 2535 2560 2502.5 2535 2567.5 2505 2535 2565 2507.5 2535 2562.5 2510 2535 2560

Radiated Power (EIRP) for Band 7

Result

SG Cable Antenna Max.

Max.

Level Loss Factor

EIRP

EIRP

(dBm) (dBm) (dB) Average Average

(dBm)

(mW)

17.65 4.54 9.00 22.11 162.555

18.04 4.69 9.00 22.35 171.791

17.47 4.71 9.00 21.76 149.968

19.42 4.55 9.00 23.87 243.781

18.80 4.69 9.00 23.11 204.644

19.73 4.72 9.00 24.01 251.768

19.20 4.55 9.00 23.65 231.739

17.59 4.69 9.00

21.9 154.882

18.21 4.72 9.00 22.49 177.419

18.10 4.57 9.00 22.53 179.061

18.65 4.73 9.00 22.92 195.884

17.84 4.75 9.00 22.09 161.808

19.17 4.54 9.00 23.63 230.675

19.15 4.69 9.00 23.46 221.820

17.97 4.71 9.00 22.26 168.267

19.37 4.55 9.00 23.82 240.991

18.98 4.69 9.00 23.29 213.304

19.09 4.72 9.00 23.37 217.270

19.59 4.55 9.00 24.04 253.513

19.72 4.69 9.00 24.03 252.930

17.66 4.72 9.00 21.94 156.315

19.22 4.57 9.00 23.65 231.739

19.78 4.73 9.00 24.05 254.097

19.67 4.75 9.00 23.92 246.604

Polarization Of Max. ERP
Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal
Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Conclusion
Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

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Radiated Power (EIRP) for Band 7

Result

Mode

RB/RB SIZE

Frequency

SG Level (dBm)

Cable Loss (dBm)

Antenna Factor
(dB)

Max. EIRP Average

Max. EIRP Average

Polarization Of Max. ERP

Conclusion

(dBm)

(mW)

5.0MHz

2502.5 16.70 4.54

9.00

21.16 130.617 Horizontal

Pass

Band 16 25/0

2535 15.57 4.69

9.00

19.88 97.275 Horizontal

Pass

QAM

2567.5 17.77 4.71

9.00

22.06 160.694 Horizontal

Pass

10.0MHz

2505 18.61 4.55

9.00

23.06 202.302 Horizontal

Pass

Band 16 50/0

2535 18.53 4.69

9.00

22.84 192.309 Horizontal

Pass

QAM

2565 17.11 4.72

9.00

21.39 137.721 Horizontal

Pass

15.0MHz

2507.5 17.90 4.55

9.00

22.35 171.791 Horizontal

Pass

Band 16 75/0

2535 18.01 4.69

9.00

22.32 170.608 Horizontal

Pass

QAM

2562.5 18.50 4.72

9.00

22.78 189.671 Horizontal

Pass

20.0MHz

2510 16.76 4.57

9.00

21.19 131.522 Horizontal

Pass

Band 16 100/0

2535 18.74 4.73

9.00

23.01 199.986 Horizontal

Pass

QAM

2560 18.79 4.75

9.00

23.04 201.372 Horizontal

Pass

5.0MHz

2502.5 17.59 4.54

9.00

22.05 160.325 Vertical

Pass

Band 16 25/0

2535 16.77 4.69

9.00

21.08 128.233 Vertical

Pass

QAM

2567.5 18.39 4.71

9.00

22.68 185.353 Vertical

Pass

10.0MHz

2505 17.95 4.55

9.00

22.4 173.780 Vertical

Pass

Band 16 50/0

2535 18.12 4.69

9.00

22.43 174.985 Vertical

Pass

QAM

2565 15.89 4.72

9.00

20.17 103.992 Vertical

Pass

15.0MHz

2507.5 18.59 4.55

9.00

23.04 201.372 Vertical

Pass

Band 16 75/0

2535 18.20 4.69

9.00

22.51 178.238 Vertical

Pass

QAM

2562.5 16.92 4.72

9.00

21.2 131.826 Vertical

Pass

20.0MHz

2510 17.08 4.57

9.00

21.51 141.579 Vertical

Pass

Band 16 100/0

2535 18.89 4.73

9.00

23.16 207.014 Vertical

Pass

QAM

2560 16.29 4.75

9.00

20.54 113.240 Vertical

Pass

Note:

SG Level= Signal generator output

Max. EIRP Average (dBm)= Antenna Factor (dB)+ SG Level (dBm)- Cable Loss(dBm)

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8.5 LTE BAND 13

Radiated Power (ERP) for Band 13

Result

Mode
5.0MHz Band QPSK

RB/RB SIZE

Frequency

SG Level (dBm)

Cable Loss (dBm)

Antenna factor (dB)

779.5 14.98 1.91 5.80

25/0

782

16.78 1.91 5.60

784.5 16.75 1.92 5.70

Correction (dB)
2.15 2.15 2.15

Max. ERP Average (dBm) 16.72 18.32 18.38

Max. ERP Average (mW) 46.950 67.920 68.896

Polarization Of Max. ERP
Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal

Conclusion
Pass Pass Pass

10.0MHz Band 50/0 QPSK

782

16.32 1.91 5.80

2.15

18.06 63.973 Horizontal

Pass

5.0MHz Band 25/0 QPSK
10.0MHz Band 50/0 QPSK

779.5 15.69 1.91 5.80

782

16.47 1.91 5.60

784.5 16.01 1.92 5.70

782

17.5 1.91

5.8

2.15

17.43 55.352 Vertical

2.15

18.01 63.241 Vertical

2.15

17.64 58.093 Vertical

2.15

19.24 83.946 Vertical

Pass Pass Pass
Pass

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Radiated Power (ERP) for Band 13

Result

Mode

RB/RB SIZE

Frequency

SG Level (dBm)

Cable Loss (dBm)

Antenna factor (dB)

Correction (dB)

Max. ERP Average (dBm)

Max. ERP Average (mW)

5.0MHz

779.5 15.88 1.91 5.80

2.15

17.62 57.810

Band 16 25/0

782

16.42 1.91 5.60

2.15

17.96 62.517

QAM

784.5 15.59 1.92 5.70

2.15

17.22 52.723

10.0MHz

Band 16 50/0

782

16.39 1.91

5.8

2.15

18.13 65.013

QAM

5.0MHz

779.5 15.77 1.91 5.80

2.15

17.51 56.364

Band 16 25/0

782

16.48 1.91 5.60

2.15

18.02 63.387

QAM

784.5 16.35 1.92 5.70

2.15

17.98 62.806

10.0MHz

Band 16 50/0

782

15.79 1.91

5.8

2.15

17.53 56.624

QAM

Note:

ERP=EIRP-2.15

SG Level= Signal generator output

Max. EIRP Average (dBm)= Antenna Factor (dB)+ SG Level (dBm)- Cable Loss(dBm)

Polarization Of Max. ERP
Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal
Horizontal
Vertical Vertical Vertical
Vertical

Conclusion
Pass Pass Pass
Pass
Pass Pass Pass
Pass

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8.6 LTE BAND 66

Mode

RB/RB Frequency
SIZE

1.4MHz Band QPSK
3.0MHz Band QPSK
5.0MHz Band QPSK
10.0MHz Band QPSK
15.0MHz Band QPSK
20.0MHz Band QPSK
1.4MHz Band QPSK
3.0MHz Band QPSK
5.0MHz Band QPSK
10.0MHz Band QPSK

6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0 75/0 100/0 6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0

1710.7 1745 1779.3 1711.5 1745 1778.5 1712.5 1745 1777.5 1715 1745 1775 1717.5 1745 1772.5 1720 1745 1770 1710.7 1745 1779.3 1711.5 1745 1778.5 1712.5 1745 1777.5 1715 1745 1775

Radiated Power (EIRP) for Band 66 Result

SG Level (dBm)

Cable Loss (dBm)

Antenna factor (dB)

Max. EIRP Average
(dBm)

17.43

3.76

8.90

17.03

3.91

8.90

17.46

3.93

8.90

17.54

3.77

8.90

17.65

3.91

8.90

17.26

3.94

8.90

17.68

3.77

8.90

17.06

3.91

8.90

17.34

3.94

8.90

17.19

3.79

8.90

16.57

3.95

8.90

16.98

3.97

8.90

17.28

3.79

8.90

17.18

3.95

8.90

17.40

3.97

8.90

17.43

3.81

8.90

16.90

3.96

8.90

17.40

4

8.90

17.22

3.76

8.90

17.52

3.91

8.90

16.64

3.93

8.90

17.17

3.77

8.90

17.12

3.91

8.90

17.81

3.94

8.90

17.18

3.77

8.90

17.32

3.91

8.90

16.21

3.94

8.90

17.16

3.79

8.90

16.77

3.95

8.90

17.00

3.97

8.90

22.57 22.02 22.43 22.67 22.64 22.22 22.81 22.05 22.3 22.3 21.52 21.91 22.39 22.13 22.33 22.52 21.84 22.3 22.36 22.51 21.61 22.3 22.11 22.77 22.31 22.31 21.17 22.27 21.72 21.93

Max. EIRP Average (mW) 180.717 159.221 174.985 184.927 183.654 166.725 190.985 160.325 169.824 169.824 141.906 155.239 173.380 163.305 171.002 178.649 152.757 169.824 172.187 178.238 144.877 169.824 162.555 189.234 170.216 170.216 130.918 168.655 148.594 155.955

Polarization Of Max. ERP
Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal
Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Conclusion
Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

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15.0MHz

1717.5

17.21

3.79

8.90

Band

75/0

1745

16.94

3.95

8.90

QPSK

1772.5

17.30

3.97

8.90

20.0MHz

1720

17.89

3.81

8.90

Band

100/0

1745

17.77

3.96

8.90

QPSK

1770

17.58

4

8.90

22.32 21.89 22.23 22.98 22.71 22.48

170.608 154.525 167.109 198.609 186.638 177.011

Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

Mode
1.4MHz Band 16
QAM 3.0MHz Band 16
QAM 5.0MHz Band 16
QAM 10.0MHz Band 16
QAM 15.0MHz Band 16
QAM 20.0MHz Band 16
QAM 1.4MHz Band 16
QAM 3.0MHz Band 16
QAM 5.0MHz

RB/RB SIZE
6/0 15/0 25/0 50/0 75/0 100/0 6/0 15/0 25/0

Frequency
1710.7 1745 1779.3 1711.5 1745 1778.5 1712.5 1745 1777.5 1715 1745 1775 1717.5 1745 1772.5 1720 1745 1770 1710.7 1745 1779.3 1711.5 1745 1778.5 1712.5

Radiated Power (EIRP) for Band 66 Result

SG Level (dBm)

Cable Loss (dBm)

Antenna factor (dB)

Max. EIRP Average
(dBm)

17.58

3.76

8.90

17.36

3.91

8.90

17.35

3.93

8.90

17.17

3.77

8.90

17.27

3.91

8.90

17.66

3.94

8.90

16.22

3.77

8.90

17.46

3.91

8.90

17.15

3.94

8.90

17.24

3.79

8.90

17.39

3.95

8.90

17.74

3.97

8.90

17.55

3.79

8.90

15.37

3.95

8.90

16.76

3.97

8.90

16.27

3.81

8.90

17.10

3.96

8.90

16.87

4

8.90

16.98

3.76

8.90

17.09

3.91

8.90

17.14

3.93

8.90

17.17

3.77

8.90

17.41

3.91

8.90

17.38

3.94

8.90

17.30

3.77

8.90

22.72 22.35 22.32 22.3 22.26 22.62 21.35 22.45 22.11 22.35 22.34 22.67 22.66 20.32 21.69 21.36 22.04 21.77 22.12 22.08 22.11 22.3 22.4 22.34 22.43

Max. EIRP Average (mW) 187.068 171.791 170.608 169.824 168.267 182.810 136.458 175.792 162.555 171.791 171.396 184.927 184.502 107.647 147.571 136.773 159.956 150.314 162.930 161.436 162.555 169.824 173.780 171.396 174.985

Polarization Of Max. ERP
Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal Horizontal
Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Conclusion
Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

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Band 16

1745

17.67

3.91

8.90

QAM

1777.5

17.75

3.94

8.90

10.0MHz

1715

17.12

3.79

8.90

Band 16 50/0

1745

17.38

3.95

8.90

QAM

1775

16.77

3.97

8.90

15.0MHz

1717.5

17.08

3.79

8.90

Band 16 75/0

1745

17.16

3.95

8.90

QAM

1772.5

16.42

3.97

8.90

20.0MHz

1720

17.71

3.81

8.90

Band 16 100/0

1745

17.12

3.96

8.90

QAM

1770

17.63

4

8.90

22.66 22.71 22.23 22.33 21.7 22.19 22.11 21.35 22.8 22.06 22.53

184.502 186.638 167.109 171.002 147.911 165.577 162.555 136.458 190.546 160.694 179.061

Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

Note: SG Level= Signal generator output Max. EIRP Average (dBm)= Antenna Gain(dB)+ SG Level (dBm)- Cable Loss(dBm) Factor Gain(dB)=Antenna Gain(dB) + Amplifier Factor (dB)

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9. SPURIOUS RADIATION EMISSION
RULE PART(S)
FCC: §2.1051, §22.917, §24.238, §27.53
LIMIT
§22.917 (e) and §24.238: Out of band emissions. The power of any emission outside of the authorized operating frequency ranges must be attenuated below the transmitting power (P) by a factor of at least 43 + 10 log (P) dB. §27.53 (g) For operations in the 698­746 MHz band, the power of any emission outside a licensee's frequency band(s) of operation shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) within the licensed band(s) of operation, measured in watts, by at least 43 + 10 log (P) dB. §27.53 (h) For operations in the 1710­1755 MHz and 2110­2155 MHz bands, the power of any emission outside a licensee's frequency block shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) by at least 43 + 10 log10(P) dB.
TEST PROCEDURE
For Cellular equipment - Compliance with these rules is based on the use of measurement instrumentation employing a resolution bandwidth of 100 kHz or greater. In the 1 MHz bands immediately outside and adjacent to the frequency block a resolution bandwidth of at least one percent of the emission bandwidth of the fundamental emission of the transmitter may be employed. A narrower resolution bandwidth is permitted in all cases to improve measurement accuracy provided the measured power is integrated over the full required measurement bandwidth (i.e. 100 kHz or 1 percent of emission bandwidth, as specified). The emission bandwidth is defined as the width of the signal between two points, one below the carrier center frequency and one above the carrier center frequency, outside of which all emissions are attenuated at least 26 dB below the transmitter power. For PCS equipment - Compliance with these rules is based on the use of measurement instrumentation employing a resolution bandwidth of 1 MHz or greater. However, in the 1 MHz bands immediately outside and adjacent to the frequency block a resolution bandwidth of at least one percent of the emission bandwidth of the fundamental emission of the transmitter may be employed. A narrower resolution bandwidth is permitted in all cases to improve measurement accuracy provided the measured power is integrated over the full required measurement bandwidth ( i.e. 1 MHz or 1 percent of emission bandwidth, as specified). The emission bandwidth is defined as the width of the signal between two points, one below the carrier center frequency and one above the carrier center frequency, outside of which all emissions are attenuated at least 26 dB below the transmitter power.
The unwanted emission power shall be measured with a resolution bandwidth of at least 1% of the occupied bandwidth in the 1 MHz band immediately outside and adjacent to the channel edge of the equipment. Beyond the 1 MHz band immediately outside the channel edge of the equipment, a resolution bandwidth of 1 MHz shall be employed. A narrower resolution bandwidth is allowed to be used provided that the measured power is integrated over the full required measurement bandwidth of 1 MHz or 1% of the occupied bandwidth as applicable.
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The power of any unwanted emissions measured from the channel edge of the equipment shall be attenuated below the transmitter power, P (dBW), as follows: a. for base station and subscriber equipment, other than mobile subscriber equipment, the attenuation shall not be less than 43 + 10 Log10 (p), dB; and b. for mobile subscriber equipment, the attenuation shall not be less than 43 + 10 Log10 (p), dB at the channel edges and 55 + 10 Log10 (p) at 5.5 MHz away and beyond the channel edges where p in (a) and (b) is the transmitter power measured in watts.
MODES TESTED
LTE Band 4/5/7/13/66
RESULTS PASS Note: Other emissions which has not list below has attenuated 20dB below the limit.
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Report No.: S23091302003004

9.1 LTE BAND 4 QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 4 (1.4MHZ BANDWIDTH)

Test Results for Low Channel 1710.7MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Gain(dB) Level(dBm) dBm

3421.4

-50.67

4.02

29.80

-24.89

-13

3421.4

-50.32

4.02

29.80

-24.54

-13

5132.1

-52.38

5.24

35.84

-21.78

-13

5132.1

-54.05

5.24

35.84

-23.45

-13

Test Results for Mid Channel 1732.5MHz

3465

-42.79

4.03

30.00

-16.82

-13

3465

-48.71

4.03

30.00

-22.74

-13

5197.5

-49.10

5.25

35.86

-18.49

-13

5197.5

-48.32

5.25

35.86

-17.71

-13

Test Results for High Channel 1754.3MHz

3508.6

-43.25

4.05

30.01

-17.29

-13

3508.6

-50.77

4.05

30.01

-24.81

-13

5262.9

-48.86

5.26

35.86

-18.26

-13

5262.9

-47.02

5.26

35.86

-16.42

-13

Margin(dBm)
-11.89 -11.54 -8.78 -10.45
-3.82 -9.74 -5.49 -4.71
-4.29 -11.81 -5.26 -3.42

Polarity
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal

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Report No.: S23091302003004

QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 4 (20.0MHZ BANDWIDTH)

Test Results for Low Channel 1720MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Gain(dB) Level(dBm) dBm Margin(dBm)

Polarity

3440

-47.10

4.02

29.80

-21.32

-13

-8.32

Horizontal

3440

-49.17

4.02

29.80

-23.39

-13

-10.39

Vertical

5160

-50.56

5.24

35.84

-19.96

-13

-6.96

Vertical

5160

-53.41

5.24

35.84

-22.81

-13

-9.81

Horizontal

Test Results for Mid Channel 1732.5MHz

3465

-41.02

4.03

30.00

-15.05

-13

-2.05

Horizontal

3465

-45.30

4.03

30.00

-19.33

-13

-6.33

Vertical

5197.5

-51.50

5.25

35.86

-20.89

-13

-7.89

Vertical

5197.5

-49.74

5.25

35.86

-19.13

-13

-6.13

Horizontal

Test Results for High Channel 1745MHz

2490

-47.08

2.91

27.68

-22.31

-13

-9.31

Horizontal

3490

-47.02

2.91

27.68

-22.25

-13

-9.25

Vertical

5235

-52.23

5.26

35.86

-21.63

-13

-8.63

Vertical

5235

-50.93

5.26

35.86

-20.33

-13

-7.33

Horizontal

Note: PMea(dBm)= Power(dBm)+ ARpl (dBm)

. Over Limit= : PMea(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

.

Both QPSK and 16QAM has been tested, the worst case is QPSK mode, the report just reported the

worst case.

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Report No.: S23091302003004

9.2 LTE BAND 5 QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 5 (1.4MHZ BANDWIDTH)

Test Results for Low Channel 824.7MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Gain(dB) Level(dBm) dBm

1649.4

-41.98

2.78

27.50

-17.26

-13

1649.4

-50.04

2.78

27.50

-25.32

-13

2474.1

-47.72

2.90

27.80

-22.82

-13

2474.1

-47.07

2.90

27.80

-22.17

-13

Test Results For Mid Channel 836.5MHz

1673

-44.24

2.78

27.48

-19.54

-13

1673

-43.23

2.78

27.48

-18.53

-13

2509.5

-43.77

2.91

27.70

-18.98

-13

2509.5

-44.08

2.91

27.70

-19.29

-13

Test Results for High Channel 848.3MHz

1696.6

-44.68

2.78

27.43

-20.03

-13

1696.6

-46.93

2.78

27.43

-22.28

-13

2544.9

-43.67

2.92

27.74

-18.85

-13

2544.9

-43.03

2.92

27.74

-18.21

-13

Margin(dBm)
-4.26 -12.32 -9.82 -9.17
-6.54 -5.53 -5.98 -6.29
-7.03 -9.28 -5.85 -5.21

Polarity
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal

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Report No.: S23091302003004

QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 5 (10MHZ BANDWIDTH) Test Results for Low Channel 829MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Gain(dB) Level(dBm) dBm

1658

-44.75

2.78

27.50

-20.03

-13

1658

-43.31

2.78

27.50

-18.59

-13

2487

-46.37

2.90

27.80

-21.47

-13

2487

-46.70

2.90

27.80

-21.80

-13

Test Results for Mid Channel 836.5MHz

1673

-45.44

2.78

27.48

-20.74

-13

1673

-46.34

2.78

27.48

-21.64

-13

2509.5

-49.12

2.91

27.70

-24.33

-13

2509.5

-44.77

2.91

27.70

-19.98

-13

Test Results for High Channel 844MHz

1688

-46.63

2.78

27.43

-21.98

-13

1688

-42.77

2.78

27.43

-18.12

-13

2532

-43.60

2.92

27.74

-18.78

-13

2532

-42.55

2.92

27.74

-17.73

-13

Margin(dBm)
-7.03 -5.59 -8.47 -8.80
-7.74 -8.64 -11.33 -6.98
-8.98 -5.12 -5.78 -4.73

Polarity
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal

Note: PMea(dBm)= Power(dBm)+ ARpl (dBm)

. Over Limit= : PMea(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

.

Both QPSK and 16QAM has been tested, the worst case is QPSK mode, the report just reported the

worst case.

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Report No.: S23091302003004

9.3 LTE BAND 7 QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 7 (5.0MHZ BANDWIDTH)

Test Results for Low Channel 2502.5MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Factor(dB) Level(dBm) dBm

5005

-65.03

5.23

35.81

-34.45

-25

5005

-59.56

5.23

35.81

-28.98

-25

7507.5

-66.10

5.67

36.85

-34.92

-25

7507.5

-62.90

5.67

36.85

-31.72

-25

Test Results for Mid Channel 2535MHz

5070

-62.13

5.23

35.82

-31.54

-25

5070

-61.78

5.23

35.82

-31.19

-25

7605

-64.20

5.67

36.85

-33.02

-25

7605

-62.83

5.67

36.85

-31.65

-25

Test Results for High Channel 2567.5MHz

5135

-66.43

5.24

35.83

-35.84

-25

5135

-62.24

5.24

35.83

-31.65

-25

7702.5

-64.19

5.68

36.87

-33.00

-25

7702.5

-66.26

5.68

36.87

-35.07

-25

Margin(dBm)
-9.45 -3.98 -9.92 -6.72
-6.54 -6.19 -8.02 -6.65
-10.84 -6.65 -8.00 -10.07

Polarity
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal

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Report No.: S23091302003004

QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 7 (20.0MHZ BANDWIDTH)

Test Results for Low Channel 2510MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Factor(dB) Level(dBm) dBm Margin(dBm) Polarity

5020

-63.07

5.23

35.82

-32.48

-25

-7.48

Horizontal

5020

-60.80

5.23

35.82

-30.21

-25

-5.21

Vertical

7530

-64.83

5.67

36.86

-33.64

-25

-8.64

Vertical

7530

-59.95

5.67

36.86

-28.76

-25

-3.76

Horizontal

Test Results for Mid Channel 2535MHz

5070

-61.25

5.23

35.82

-30.66

-25

-5.66

Horizontal

5070

-61.85

5.23

35.82

-31.26

-25

-6.26

Vertical

7605

-63.57

5.67

36.85

-32.39

-25

-7.39

Vertical

7605

-65.26

5.67

36.85

-34.08

-25

-9.08

Horizontal

Test Results for High Channel 2560MHz

5120

-60.82

5.24

35.83

-30.23

-25

-5.23

Horizontal

5120

-63.81

5.24

35.83

-33.22

-25

-8.22

Vertical

7680

-64.99

5.70

36.88

-33.81

-25

-8.81

Vertical

7680

-66.70

5.70

36.88

-35.52

-25

-10.52

Horizontal

Note: Spurious Emission Level = Spectrum Analyzer Read Value + Cable Loss+ Antenna Factor + 11.74

. Margin = Spurious Emission Level - Limit

.

Both QPSK and 16QAM has been tested, the worst case is QPSK mode, the report just reported the worst

case.

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Report No.: S23091302003004

9.4 LTE BAND 13 QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 13 (5MHZ BANDWIDTH)

Test Results for Low Channel 779.5MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Gain(dB) Level(dBm) dBm

1559

-80.72

2.61

27.28

-56.05

-40

1559

-81.15

2.61

27.28

-56.48

-40

2338.5

-51.09

2.87

27.59

-26.37

-13

2338.5

-51.25

2.87

27.59

-26.53

-13

Test Results For Mid Channel 782MHz

1564

-86.85

2.62

27.30

-62.17

-40

1564

-87.78

2.62

27.30

-63.10

-40

2346

-49.44

2.87

27.62

-24.69

-13

2346

-52.51

2.87

27.62

-27.76

-13

Test Results for High Channel 784.5MHz

1569

-81.63

2.66

27.28

-57.01

-40

1569

-79.58

2.66

27.28

-54.96

-40

2353.5

-48.41

2.88

27.60

-23.69

-13

2353.5

-46.00

2.88

27.60

-21.28

-13

Margin(dBm)
-16.05 -16.48 -13.37 -13.53
-22.17 -23.10 -11.69 -14.76
-17.01 -14.96 -10.69 -8.28

Polarity
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal

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Report No.: S23091302003004

QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 13 (10MHZ BANDWIDTH) Test Results for Channel 782MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Gain(dB) Level(dBm) dBm

1564

-80.38

2.62

27.30

-55.70

-40

1564

-87.94

2.62

27.30

-63.26

-40

2346

-49.52

2.87

27.62

-24.77

-13

2346

-52.61

2.87

27.62

-27.86

-13

Margin(dBm)
-15.70 -23.26 -11.77 -14.86

Polarity
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal

Note: PMea(dBm)= Power(dBm)+ ARpl (dBm)

. Over Limit= : PMea(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

.

Both QPSK and 16QAM has been tested, the worst case is QPSK mode, the report just reported the

worst case.

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Report No.: S23091302003004

9.5 LTE BAND 66 QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 66 (5MHZ BANDWIDTH)

Test Results for Low Channel 1710.5MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Gain(dB) Level(dBm) dBm

3421.4

-54.42

2.61

27.28

-29.75

-13

3421.4

-58.32

2.61

27.28

-33.65

-13

5132.1

-61.60

2.87

27.59

-36.88

-13

5132.1

-49.90

2.87

27.59

-25.18

-13

Test Results for Mid Channel 1745MHz

3490

-52.54

2.62

27.3

-27.86

-13

3490

-61.83

2.62

27.3

-37.15

-13

5337.9

-59.06

2.87

27.62

-34.31

-13

5337.9

-57.24

2.87

27.62

-32.49

-13

Test Results for High Channel 1779.3MHz

3558.6

-58.88

2.66

27.28

-34.26

-13

3558.6

-53.58

2.66

27.28

-28.96

-13

5337.9

-55.86

2.88

27.6

-31.14

-13

5337.9

-59.87

2.88

27.6

-35.15

-13

Margin(dBm)
-16.75 -20.65 -23.88 -12.18
-14.86 -24.15 -21.31 -19.49
-21.26 -15.96 -18.14 -22.15

Polarity
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal

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Report No.: S23091302003004

QPSK EIRP POWER FOR LTE BAND 66 (20MHZ BANDWIDTH) Test Results for Low Channel 1720MHz

SG

Cable Antenna Absolute

Limit

Frequency(MHz) Level(dBm) Loss(dB) Gain(dB) Level(dBm) dBm

3440

-50.79

2.62

27.3

-26.11

-13

3440

-56.23

2.62

27.3

-31.55

-13

5160

-59.33

2.87

27.62

-34.58

-13

5160

-56.48

2.87

27.62

-31.73

-13

Test Results for Mid Channel 1745MHz

3490

-56.46

2.62

27.3

-31.78

-13

3490

-53.92

2.62

27.3

-29.24

-13

5337.9

-60.06

2.87

27.62

-35.31

-13

5337.9

-57.37

2.87

27.62

-32.62

-13

Test Results for High Channel 1770MHz

3540

-55.69

2.62

27.3

-31.01

-13

3540

-54.66

2.62

27.3

-29.98

-13

5310

-53.94

2.87

27.62

-29.19

-13

5310

-50.81

2.87

27.62

-26.06

-13

Margin(dBm)
-13.11 -18.55 -21.58 -18.73
-18.78 -16.24 -22.31 -19.62
-18.01 -16.98 -16.19 -13.06

Polarity
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal
Horizontal Vertical Vertical
Horizontal

Note: PMea(dBm)= Power(dBm)+ ARpl (dBm)

. Over Limit= : PMea(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

.

Both QPSK and 16QAM has been tested, the worst case is QPSK mode, the report just reported the

worst case.

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Report No.: S23091302003004
10. FREQUENCY STABILITY
RULE PART(S)
FCC: §2.1055, §22.355, §24.235, §27.54
LIMITS
§22.355 - The carrier frequency shall not depart from the reference frequency in excess of ±2.5 ppm for mobile stations. §24.235 - The frequency stability shall be sufficient to ensure that the fundamental emission stays within the authorized frequency block.
TEST PROCEDURE
Use CMW 500 with Frequency Error measurement capability.  Temp. = -30° to +50°C  Voltage =low voltage, DC 3.15V, Normal, DC 3.7V and High voltage, DC 4.26V. Frequency Stability vs Temperature: The EUT is place inside a temperature chamber. The temperature is set to -30ºC and allowed to stabilize. After sufficient soak time, the transmitting frequency error is measured. The temperature is increased by 10 degrees, allowed to stabilize and soak, and then the measurement is repeated. This is repeated until +50ºC is reached. Frequency Stability vs Voltage: The peak frequency error is recorded (worst-case).
MODES TESTED
LTE Band 4/5/7/13/66
RESULTS
See the following pages.
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Report No.: S23091302003004

10.1 LTE BAND 4

Band 4 QPSK, (20MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 100 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

3.15

1732.5

7

3.7

1732.5

1

4.26

1732.5

14

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Normal (25C)

1732.5

10

Extreme (50C)

1732.5

9

Extreme (40C)

1732.5

6

Extreme (30C)

1732.5

16

Extreme (10C)

1732.5

19

Extreme (0C)

1732.5

9

Extreme (-10C)

1732.5

17

Extreme (-20C)

1732.5

3

Extreme (-30C)

1732.5

13

Frequency Error[ppm]
0.00404 0.00058 0.00808
Frequency Error[ppm]
0.00577 0.00519 0.00346 0.00924 0.01097 0.00519 0.00981 0.00173 0.00750

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5
Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

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Band 4 16QAM, (20MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 100 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

3.15

1732.5

15

3.7

1732.5

2

4.26

1732.5

16

Frequency Error[ppm]
0.00866 0.00115 0.00924

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Frequency Error[ppm]

Limit [ppm]

Normal (25C) Extreme (50C) Extreme (40C) Extreme (30C) Extreme (10C) Extreme (0C) Extreme (-10C) Extreme (-20C) Extreme (-30C)

1732.5 1732.5 1732.5 1732.5 1732.5 1732.5 1732.5 1732.5 1732.5

4

0.00231

2.5

12

0.00693

2.5

16

0.00924

2.5

15

0.00866

2.5

13

0.00750

2.5

9

0.00519

2.5

6

0.00346

2.5

3

0.00173

2.5

1

0.00058

2.5

*Note: Frequency error measurements were made by using the build-in capability of the Wireless Communication Test Set.

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10.2 LTE BAND 5

Band 5 QPSK, (10MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 50 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

3.15

836.5

15

3.7

836.5

20

4.26

836.5

2

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Normal (25C)

836.5

12

Extreme (50C)

836.5

2

Extreme (40C)

836.5

8

Extreme (30C)

836.5

11

Extreme (10C)

836.5

8

Extreme (0C)

836.5

12

Extreme (-10C)

836.5

1

Extreme (-20C)

836.5

12

Extreme (-30C)

836.5

4

Frequency Error[ppm]
0.01793 0.02391 0.00239
Frequency Error[ppm]
0.01435 0.00239 0.00956 0.01315 0.00956 0.01435 0.00120 0.01435 0.00478

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5
Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

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Band 5 16QAM, (10MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 50 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

3.15

836.5

13

3.7

836.5

5

4.26

836.5

1

Frequency Error[ppm]
0.01554 0.00598 0.00120

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Frequency Error[ppm]

Limit [ppm]

Normal (25C) Extreme (50C) Extreme (40C) Extreme (30C) Extreme (10C) Extreme (0C) Extreme (-10C) Extreme (-20C) Extreme (-30C)

836.5 836.5 836.5 836.5 836.5 836.5 836.5 836.5 836.5

3

0.00359

2.5

11

0.01315

2.5

7

0.00837

2.5

13

0.01554

2.5

12

0.01435

2.5

8

0.00956

2.5

0

0.00000

2.5

1

0.00120

2.5

19

0.02271

2.5

*Note: Frequency error measurements were made by using the build-in capability of the Wireless Communication Test Set.

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10.3 LTE BAND 7

Band 7 QPSK, (20MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 100 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

3.15

2535

13

3.7

2535

16

4.26

2535

9

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Normal (25C)

2535

2

Extreme (50C)

2535

4

Extreme (40C)

2535

8

Extreme (30C)

2535

3

Extreme (10C)

2535

11

Extreme (0C)

2535

7

Extreme (-10C)

2535

13

Extreme (-20C)

2535

10

Extreme (-30C)

2535

13

Frequency Error[ppm]
0.00513 0.00631 0.00355
Frequency Error[ppm]
0.00079 0.00158 0.00316 0.00118 0.00434 0.00276 0.00513 0.00394 0.00513

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5
Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

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Band 7 16QAM, (20MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 100 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

Frequency Error[ppm]

Limit [ppm]

3.15

2535

3.7

2535

4.26

2535

19

0.00750

2.5

11

0.00434

2.5

8

0.00316

2.5

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Frequency Error[ppm]

Limit [ppm]

Normal (25C) Extreme (50C) Extreme (40C) Extreme (30C) Extreme (10C) Extreme (0C) Extreme (-10C) Extreme (-20C) Extreme (-30C)

2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535 2535

19

0.00750

2.5

12

0.00473

2.5

10

0.00394

2.5

14

0.00552

2.5

16

0.00631

2.5

19

0.00750

2.5

8

0.00316

2.5

12

0.00473

2.5

2

0.00079

2.5

*Note: Frequency error measurements were made by using the build-in capability of the Wireless Communication Test Set.

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10.4 LTE BAND 13

Band 13 QPSK, (10MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 50 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

3.15

782.0

19

3.7

782.0

14

4.26

782.0

4

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Normal (25C)

782.0

8

Extreme (50C)

782.0

14

Extreme (40C)

782.0

7

Extreme (30C)

782.0

10

Extreme (10C)

782.0

11

Extreme (0C)

782.0

15

Extreme (-10C)

782.0

5

Extreme (-20C)

782.0

1

Extreme (-30C)

782.0

18

Frequency Error[ppm]
0.02430 0.01790 0.00512
Frequency Error[ppm]
0.01023 0.01790 0.00895 0.01279 0.01407 0.01918 0.00639 0.00128 0.02302

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5
Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

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Band 13 16QAM, (10MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 50 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

3.15

782.0

13

3.7

782.0

8

4.26

782.0

11

Frequency Error[ppm]
0.01662 0.01023 0.01407

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Frequency Error[ppm]

Limit [ppm]

Normal (25C) Extreme (50C) Extreme (40C) Extreme (30C) Extreme (10C) Extreme (0C) Extreme (-10C) Extreme (-20C) Extreme (-30C)

782.0 782.0 782.0 782.0 782.0 782.0 782.0 782.0 782.0

21

0.02685

2.5

12

0.01535

2.5

6

0.00767

2.5

16

0.02046

2.5

11

0.01407

2.5

5

0.00639

2.5

8

0.01023

2.5

3

0.00384

2.5

11

0.01407

2.5

*Note: Frequency error measurements were made by using the build-in capability of the Wireless Communication Test Set.

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10.5 LTE BAND 66

Band 66 QPSK, (20MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 100 RB Offset 0

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

3.15

1745

5

3.7

1745

11

4.26

1745

25

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Normal (25C)

1745

16

Extreme (50C)

1745

5

Extreme (40C)

1745

3

Extreme (30C)

1745

9

Extreme (10C)

1745

7

Extreme (0C)

1745

2

Extreme (-10C)

1745

0

Extreme (-20C)

1745

1

Extreme (-30C)

1745

25

Frequency Error[ppm]
0.00287 0.00630 0.01433
Frequency Error[ppm]
0.00917 0.00287 0.00172 0.00516 0.00401 0.00115 0.00000 0.00057 0.01433

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5
Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

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Band 66 16QAM, (20MHz BANDWIDTH RB size 100 RB Offset 0)

Frequency error vs. Voltage

Voltage

Frequency

Frequency*

[Vdc]

[MHz]

Error[Hz]

Frequency Error[ppm]

3.15

1745

3.7

1745

4.26

1745

10

0.00573

7

0.00401

3

0.00172

Limit [ppm]
2.5 2.5 2.5

Frequency error vs. Temperature

Temperature

Frequency

[°C]

[MHz]

Frequency* Error[Hz]

Frequency Error[ppm]

Limit [ppm]

Normal (25C) Extreme (50C) Extreme (40C) Extreme (30C) Extreme (10C) Extreme (0C) Extreme (-10C) Extreme (-20C) Extreme (-30C)

1745 1745 1745 1745 1745 1745 1745 1745 1745

11

0.00630

2.5

13

0.00745

2.5

9

0.00516

2.5

12

0.00688

2.5

16

0.00917

2.5

9

0.00516

2.5

7

0.00401

2.5

6

0.00344

2.5

5

0.00287

2.5

*Note: Frequency error measurements were made by using the build-in capability of the Wireless Communication Test Set.

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11. Peak-to-Average Ratio
11.1 Description of the PAR Measurement
The peak-to-average ratio (PAR) of the transmission may not exceed 13 dB.
11.2 Measuring Instruments
See list of measuring instruments of this test report.
11.3 Test Procedures
1. The EUT was connected to Spectrum Analyzer and Base Station via power divider. 2. The RF output of EUT was connected to the spectrum analyzer by RF cable and attenuator. The
path loss was compensated to the results for each measurement. 3. For LTE operating modes:
a. Set the CCDF (Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function) option in spectrum analyzer.
b. The highest RF powers were measured and recorded the maximum PAPR level associated with a probability of 0.1 %.
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11.4 Test Setup

Report No.: S23091302003004

MODES TESTED
LTE Band 4/5/7/13/66 Test data reference attachment.
----END OF REPORT----

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