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Radio Test report ­ Dot 2256 B48B41B25B66 and Dot 2266 B48B41B25B66

Report ID
REP039916

Project ID
PRJ0057904

Type of assessment:
Class II Permissive Change

Applicant:
Ericsson AB

Product description:
Remote Radio Unit which supports WCDMA, LTE, NBIoT, and NR

Model (PMN):
Dot 2256 B48B41B25B66 and Dot 2266 B48B41B25B66

Part number:
KRY 901 537/1 and KRY 901 537/2

FCC Identifier
FCC ID: TA8BKRY901537-1 and TA8BKRY901537-2

Requirements/Summary:
Standard FCC 47 CFR Part 27 FCC 47 CFR Part 24, Subpart E

Environmental phenomenon Miscellaneous wireless communications services Broadband Personal Communications Services (PCS)

Compliance Yes Yes

Date of issue: May 24, 2024

Nimish Kapoor, EMC/RF Test Specialist
Tested by
Kevin Rose, Wireless/EMC Specialist
Reviewed by

Signature Signature

www.nemko.com

Nemko Canada Inc., a testing laboratory, is accredited by ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB). The tests included in this report are within the scope of this accreditation.
The ANAB symbol is an official symbol of the ANSI National Accreditation Board, used under licence.
ANAB File Number: AT-3195 (Ottawa/Almonte); AT-3193 (Pointe-Claire); AT-3194 (Cambridge)
FCC 27 and FCC 24.docx; Date: Jul 2017

Two test locations

Company name Address City Province Postal code Country Telephone Facsimile Toll free Website Site number

Nemko Canada Inc.

303 River Road

349 Terry Fox

Ottawa

Ottawa

Ontario

Ontario

K1V 1H2

K2K 2V6

Canada

Canada

+1 613 737 9680

+1 613 963 8000

+1 613 737 9691

+1 800 563 6336

www.nemko.com

FCC test site registration number: CA2040, IC: 2040A-4 (3 m semi anechoic chamber)

Limits of responsibility
Note that the results contained in this report relate only to the items tested and were obtained in the period between the date of initial receipt of samples and the date of issue of the report. This test report has been completed in accordance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025. All results contain in this report are within Nemko Canada's ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation. Copyright notification
Nemko Canada Inc. authorizes the applicant to reproduce this report provided it is reproduced in its entirety and for use by the company's employees only. Any use which a third party makes of this report, or any reliance on or decisions to be made based on it, are the responsibility of such third parties. Nemko Canada Inc. accepts no responsibility for damages, if any, suffered by any third party as a result of decisions made or actions based on this report. © Nemko Canada Inc.

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Table of contents

Table of contents ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................3

Section 1.

Report summary .................................................................................................................................................................................4

1.1 Applicant .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4

1.2 Manufacturer ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

1.3 Test specifications .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

1.4 Test method ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4

1.5 Statement of compliance ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

1.6 Test report revision history ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

Section 2.

Summary of test results.......................................................................................................................................................................5

2.1 Testing location ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 5

2.2 Testing period .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

2.3 Sample information.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5

2.4 FCC Part 27/24 test results ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

Section 3.

Equipment under test (EUT) details .....................................................................................................................................................6

3.1 EUT information ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

3.2 Product description and theory of operation ........................................................................................................................................................... 8

3.3 EUT test details......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

3.4 EUT setup diagram ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12

3.5 Setup photographs ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 13

Section 4.

Engineering considerations................................................................................................................................................................14

4.1 Modifications incorporated in the EUT................................................................................................................................................................... 14

4.2 Technical judgment ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14

4.3 Model variant declaration ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 14

4.4 Deviations from laboratory tests procedures......................................................................................................................................................... 14

Section 5.

Test conditions .................................................................................................................................................................................. 15

5.1 Atmospheric conditions ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 15

5.2 Power supply range................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15

Section 6.

Measurement uncertainty ................................................................................................................................................................. 16

6.1 Uncertainty of measurement ................................................................................................................................................................................. 16

Section 7.

Test equipment ................................................................................................................................................................................. 17

7.1 Test equipment list................................................................................................................................................................................................. 17

Section 8.

Testing data ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 18

8.1 Maximum output power at RF antenna connector (Band 66) ................................................................................................................................ 18

8.2 Transmitter output power (EIRP) and antenna height (Band 2/25)........................................................................................................................ 24

8.3 Spurious emissions at RF antenna connector (Band 66)......................................................................................................................................... 29

8.4 Spurious out-of-band emissions (Band 2/25) ......................................................................................................................................................... 36

8.5 Occupied bandwidth (Band 66) .............................................................................................................................................................................. 41

8.6 Occupied bandwidth (Band 2/25)........................................................................................................................................................................... 42

Section 9.

Block diagrams of test setups ............................................................................................................................................................ 43

9.1 Antenna port set-up ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 43

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Section 1

Report summary

Section 1. Report summary

1.1 Applicant
Company name Address

Ericsson AB Torshamnsgatan 23, Stockholm, Sweden, 164 80

1.2 Manufacturer
Company name Address

Ericsson Canada Inc. 349 Terry Fox Drive, Ottawa, ON, Canada, K2K 2V6

1.3 Test specifications
FCC 47 CFR Part 2 FCC 47 CFR Part 24, Subpart E FCC 47 CFR Part 27

Frequency Allocations and Radio Treaty Maters; General Rules and Regulations Broadband Personal Communications Services (PCS) Miscellaneous wireless communications services (2110­2200 MHz)

1.4 Test method
ANSI C63.26-2015 KDB 662911 D01 KDB 662911 D02

American National Standard for Compliance Testing of Transmitters Used in Licensed Radio Services Multiple Transmitter Output v02r01 MIMO with Cross-Polarized Antennas v01

1.5 Statement of compliance
In the configuration tested, the EUT was found compliant. Testing was completed against customer test plan. Results obtained indicate that the product under test complies in full with the requirements tested.
This test report (REP039916) applies to the Dot 2256 B48B41B25B66 and Dot 2266 B48B41B25B66 with part number KRC KRY 901 537/1 and KRY 901 537/2. See "Summary of test results" for full details.

1.6 Test report revision history

Report ID REP039916

Date of issue May 24, 2024

Table 1.6-1: Test report revision history
Details of changes made to test report Original report issued

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Section 2:

Summary of test results

Section 2. Summary of test results

2.1 Testing location
Test location (s)

Ottawa

2.2 Testing period
Test start date

May 2, 2024

Test end date

May 2, 2024

2.3 Sample information

Receipt date

May 2, 2024

Nemko sample ID number PRJ00579040001

2.4 FCC Part 27/24 test results

Table 2.4-1: FCC results summary

Part

Test description

§27.50(b)

Maximum output power at RF antenna connector

§27.53

Spurious emissions at RF antenna connector

§24.232(a)(2) Power and antenna height limits for base stations with BW greater than 1 MHz

§24.238(a)

Emission limitations for Broadband PCS equipment ­ out of band emissions (conducted)

§2.1049

Occupied bandwidth

Notes:

Only tests applicable to the assessment have been performed and reported in this test report

Verdict
Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass

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Section 3:

Equipment under test (EUT) details

Section 3. Equipment under test (EUT) details

3.1 EUT information

Product name Model Part number Revision Serial number Antenna ports RF BW / IBW
Frequency
Nominal O/P per Anternna port per Band
Accuracy (nominal) Nominal voltage RAT
Modulation Channel bandwidth
Channel bandwidth LTE + NB-IoT CPRI

Radio Dot

Dot 2256 B48B41B25B66 and Dot 2266 B48B41B25B66

KRY 901 537/1 and KRY 901 537/2

R1B

TD3W388627

2T2R B48, 2T2R B41, 2T2R B25, 2T2R B66

B48: 150 MHz

B41: 194 MHz

B25: 65 MHz

B66: 90/70 MHz (DL/UL)

Tx:

Rx:

B48: 3550-3700 MHz

B48:

B41: 2496-2690 MHz

B41:

B25: 1930-1995 MHz

B25:

B66: 2110-2200 MHz

B66:

B48: 26 dBm per branch

B41: 26 dBm per branch

B25: 23 dBm per branch

B66: 23 dBm per branch

±0.1 ppm

56Vdc (CAT6A POE or Hybrid cable)

B48: NR, LTE, NR+LTE (TDD)

B41: NR, LTE, NR+LTE (TDD)

B25: NR, LTE, NR+LTE (FDD)

B66: NR, LTE, NR+LTE (FDD)

LTE: QPSK, 16 QAM, 64 QAM, 256 QAM

NR: QPSK, 16 QAM, 64 QAM, 256 QAM

B48:

NR: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 MHz

LTE: 10, 20 MHz

B41:

NR: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 MHz

LTE: 5, 10, 15, 20 MHz

B25/B66:

NR: 5, 25, 30, 35, 40 MHz

LTE: 5, 10, 15, 20 MHz

B25/B66:

LTE+NBIoT: 5, 10, 15, 20 MHz

10.1 Gbps

3550-3700 MHz 2496-2690 MHz 1850-1915 MHz 1710-1780 MHz

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Equipment under test (EUT) details

Channel raster Regulatory requirements Emission Designator
Supported Configurations Operating temperature Max RF Power Supported carriers /band/ port SRO/MRO Carrier Configuration:

LTE: 100 kHz NR: 100 kHz
FCC Part 2, 24, 27, 96
B48 NR: 10M0F9W, 20M0F9W, 30M0F9W, 40M0F9W, 50M0F9W, 60M0F9W, 70M0F9W, 80M0F9W, 90M0F9W, 100MF9W B48 LTE: 10M0W7D, 20M0W7D B41 NR: 10M0F9W, 20M0F9W, 30M0F9W, 40M0F9W, 50M0F9W, 60M0F9W, 70M0F9W 80M0F9W, 90M0F9W, 100MF9W B41 LTE: 5M00W7D, 10M0W7D, 15M0W7D, 20M0W7D B25 NR: 5M00F9W, 25M0F9W, 30M0F9W, 35M0F9W, 40M0F9W B25 LTE+NBIoT: 5M00W7D, 10M0W7D, 15M0W7D, 20M0W7D B66 NR: 5M00F9W, 25M0F9W, 30M0F9W, 35M0F9W, 40M0F9W B66 LTE+NBIoT: 5M00W7D, 10M0W7D, 15M0W7D, 20M0W7D Single Antenna, TX Diversity, MIMO, Carrier Aggregation, Ericsson Spectral Sharing (ESS) +5°C to +40°C B48: 2 x 0.4W (26dBm) (1 carrier limited to 24dBm) B41: 2 x 0.4W (26dBm) (1 carrier limited to 24dBm) B25: 2 x 0.2W (23dBm) B66: 2 x 0.2W (23dBm) Up to 6 carriers. LTE: Max 6 NR: Max 6 LTE + NB-IoT: GB Max 2, IB Max 2 SRO: LTE, NR MRO: NR+LTE Contiguous and Non-contiguous

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Section 3:

Equipment under test (EUT) details

3.2 Product description and theory of operation

EUT description of the methods used to exercise the EUT and all relevant ports:

Description/theory of operation

Dot 2256 B48B41B25B66 (KRY 901 537/1) and Dot 2266 B48B41B25B66 (KRY 901 537/2) are Remote Radio Units forming part of the Ericsson Radio Base Station (RBS) equipment. The Dot provides radio access for mobile and fixed devices and is intended for the indoor environment. The radio operates over 8 Transmit ports in MRO (NR+LTE);Single, Multi-Carrier, and MIMO transmission with a maximum rated RF Output up to 0.4W per port over an operational temperature of 5°C to +40°C. The unit is designed to be ceiling or wall mounted. The 2256 and 2266 radios are identical except that Dot 2256 has internal antennas and Dot 2266 has external RF ports.

Ports/Interface

RJ45: SFP+: 3A, 3B: 4A, 4B: 2A, 2B: 1A, 1B:

Digital RDI / DC Power Input Digital RDI, Optical SFP+ RF to antenna B48 RF to antenna B41 RF to antenna B25 RF to antenna B66

Physical

Software details Product Identification / Markings and Labels

CXP2030045/26_R20A823

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Section 3:

Equipment under test (EUT) details

3.3 EUT test details

EUT setup/configuration rationale for Down link:

RAT

Modulation Test Model / Configuration

LTE

QPSK

TM1.1

LTE

16QAM

TM3.2

LTE

64QAM

TM3.1

LTE

256QAM

TM3.1a

NR

QPSK

TM1.1

NR

16QAM

TM3.2

NR

64QAM

TM3.1

NR

256QAM

TM3.1a

NR 35MHz Single Carrier B25

Bandwidth, MHz 35

B
1947.5

Bandwidth, MHz 35

B
1867.5

NR 35MHz Single Carrier B66

Bandwidth, MHz 35

B
2127.5

Bandwidth, MHz 35

B
1727.5

NR-ARFCN
389500
NR-ARFCN
373500
NR-ARFCN
425500
NR-ARFCN
345500

Transmit / DL, MHz

M

NR-ARFCN

1962.5

392500

Receive / UL, MHz

M

NR-ARFCN

1882.5

376500

Transmit / DL, MHz

M

NR-ARFCN

2155.0

431000

Receive / UL, MHz

M

NR-ARFCN

1755.0

351000

T
1977.5
T
1897.5
T
2182.5
T
1782.5

NR-ARFCN
395500
NR-ARFCN
379500
NR-ARFCN
436500
NR-ARFCN
356500

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Equipment under test (EUT) details

EUT test details, continued
B25 NR Configurations Tested: Carrier configurations SC, 35MHz, Bottom SC, 35MHz, Middle SC, 35MHz, Top
B25 Mixed Mode Configurations Tested: Carrier configurations 2C, N35+L5, Bottom 2C, N35+L5, Middle 2C, N35+L5, Top

Transmit / DL, MHz 1947.5 1962.5 1977.5
Transmit / DL, MHz 1947.5+1967.5 1960.0+1980.0 1972.5+1992.5

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Section 3:

Equipment under test (EUT) details

EUT test details, continued
B66 NR Configurations Tested: Carrier configurations SC, 35MHz, Bottom SC, 35MHz, Middle SC, 35MHz, Top 2C, 35MHz, Bottom 2C, 35MHz, Middle 2C, 35MHz, Top
B66 Mixed Mode Configurations Tested: Carrier configurations 2C, N35+L5, Bottom 2C, N35+L5, Middle 2C, N35+L5, Top

Transmit / DL, MHz 2127.5 2155.0 2182.5 2127.5+2162.5 2137.5+2172.5 2147.5+2182.5
Transmit / DL, MHz 2127.5+2147.5 2152.5+2172.5 2177.5+2197.5

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Section 3:

Equipment under test (EUT) details

3.4 EUT setup diagram

Figure 3.4-1: Setup diagram ­ Radio Compliance

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Section 3:

Equipment under test (EUT) details

3.5 Setup photographs

Figure 3.5-1: Set up photo for Radio Compliance Testing

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Section 4:

Engineering consideration

Section 4. Engineering considerations
4.1 Modifications incorporated in the EUT
There were no modifications performed to the EUT during this assessment.
4.2 Technical judgment
None
4.3 Model variant declaration
As declared by the applicant, the EUT model Dot 2266 B48B41B25B66 (Part Number: KRY 901 537/2) has been chosen to be representative for all other similar products: Dot 2256 B48B41B25B66 (Part Number: KRY 901 537/1) The Dot 2256 B48B41B25B66 (Part Number: KRY 901 537/1) and Dot 2266 B48B41B25B66 (Part Number: KRY 901 537/2) models represent the same hardware, with the exception that the KRY 901 537/1 has internal antenna(s) and the KRY 901 537/2 provides for antenna's to be remoted externally. Antenna port conducted testing was performed on the external antenna version and these same test results are also used to demonstrate compliance for the internal antenna version.
4.4 Deviations from laboratory tests procedures
No deviations were made from laboratory procedures.

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Section 5:

Test conditions

Section 5. Test conditions

5.1 Atmospheric conditions

Temperature Relative humidity Air pressure

15­30 °C 20­75 % 860­1060 mbar

When it is impracticable to carry out tests under these conditions, a note to this effect stating the ambient temperature and relative humidity during the tests shall be recorded and stated.

5.2 Power supply range
The normal test voltage for equipment to be connected to the mains shall be the nominal mains voltage. For the purpose of the present document, the nominal voltage shall be the declared voltage, or any of the declared voltages ±5 %, for which the equipment was designed.

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Section 6:

Measurement uncertainty

Section 6. Measurement uncertainty

6.1 Uncertainty of measurement

Measurement

Measurement uncertainty, ±dB

Radiated spurious emissions (30 MHz to 1 GHz)

5.8

Radiated spurious emissions (1 GHz to 6 GHz)

4.7

Radiated spurious emissions (6 GHz to 18 GHz)

5.0

Radiated spurious emissions (18 GHz to 26 GHz)

5.0

Radiated spurious emissions (18 GHz to 40 GHz)

5.2

RF Output power measurement using Spectrum Analyzer1

0.69

RF Output power measurement using Power Meter

0.54

Conducted spurious emissions

0.94

Occupied Bandwidth

0.36%

Notes: UKAS Lab 34, TIA-603 and ETSI TR 100 028-1&2 have been used as guidance for measurement uncertainty reasonable estimations with regards to previous experience

and validation of data. Nemko Canada Inc. follows these test methods in order to satisfy ISO/IEC 17025 requirements for estimation of uncertainty of measurement for

wireless products. Measurement uncertainty calculations assume a coverage factor of K = 2 with 95% certainty.

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Section 7:

Test equipment

Section 7. Test equipment

7.1 Test equipment list

Table 7.1-1: Equipment list

Equipment

Manufacturer

Model no.

PXA Signal Analyzer

Keysight

N9030B

Power Meter

Rohde & Schwarz

NRP2

Power Sensor

Rohde & Schwarz

NRP-Z11

CT-DU25*

Ericsson

LPC 102 500/1

IRU 1648*

Ericsson

KRC 161 842/1

ENA Network Analyzer

Keysight

E5080B

Notes:

NCR - no calibration required

* Radio Supporting equipment (CT-DU25) is the test equipment that drives the radios traffic.

Asset no.
MY57144347 101814 100070 T01G525053 TD3F105259 MY59202549

Cal cycle
1 year 2 years 2 years
-- -- 1 year

Next cal.
April 3, 2025 March 21, 2025 March 31, 2025
NCR NCR April 4, 2025

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Section 8 Test name Specification

Testing data Maximum output power at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

Section 8. Testing data

8.1 Maximum output power at RF antenna connector (Band 66)
8.1.1 Definitions and limits
FCC §27.50(d) Operation within the bands: 2110­2155 MHz and 2155­2180 MHz. (1) The power of each fixed or base station transmitting in the 1995­2000 MHz, 2110­2155 MHz, 2155­2180 MHz or 2180­2200 MHz band and located in any county with population density of 100 or fewer persons per square mile, based upon the most recently available population statistics from the Bureau of the Census, is limited to:
(i) An equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) of 3280 watts when transmitting with an emission bandwidth of 1 MHz or less;
(ii) An EIRP of 3280 watts/MHz when transmitting with an emission bandwidth greater than 1 MHz.
(2) The power of each fixed or base station transmitting in the 1995­2000 MHz, the 2110­2155 MHz 2155­2180 MHz band, or 2180­2200 MHz band and situated in any geographic location other than that described in paragraph (d)(1) of this section is limited to:
(i) An equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) of 1640 watts when transmitting with an emission bandwidth of 1 MHz or less;
(ii) An EIRP of 1640 watts/MHz when transmitting with an emission bandwidth greater than 1 MHz.
(3) A licensee operating a base or fixed station in the 2110­2155 MHz band utilizing a power greater than 1640 watts EIRP and greater than 1640 watts/MHz EIRP must coordinate such operations in advance with all Government and non-Government satellite entities in the 2025­2110 MHz band. A licensee operating a base or fixed station in the 2110­2180 MHz band utilizing power greater than 1640 watts EIRP and greater than 1640 watts/MHz EIRP must be coordinated in advance with the following licensees authorized to operate within 120 kilometers (75 miles) of the base or fixed station operating in this band: All Broadband Radio Service (BRS) licensees authorized under this part in the 2155­2160 MHz band and all advanced wireless services (AWS) licensees authorized to operate on adjacent frequency blocks in the 2110­2180 MHz band.
(5) Equipment employed must be authorized in accordance with the provisions of §24.51. Power measurements for transmissions by stations authorized under this section may be made either in accordance with a Commission-approved average power technique or in compliance with paragraph (d)(6) of this section. In measuring transmissions in this band using an average power technique, the peak-to-average ratio (PAR) of the transmission may not exceed 13 dB.
(6) Peak transmit power must be measured over any interval of continuous transmission using instrumentation calibrated in terms of an rms-equivalent voltage. The measurement results shall be properly adjusted for any instrument limitations, such as detector response times, limited resolution bandwidth capability when compared to the emission bandwidth, sensitivity, etc., so as to obtain a true peak measurement for the emission in question over the full bandwidth of the channel.

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Section 8 Test name Specification

Testing data Maximum output power at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

8.1.2 Test summary

Test date Test engineer

May 2, 2024 Nimish Kapoor

8.1.3 Observations, settings, and special notes
Output power was measured with RMS power meter per ANSI C63.26 Paragraph 5.2.4.2 method. PSD was measured using method described in paragraph 5.2.4.4.
- Randomly selected sample plots provided for information and settings only - Total MIMO PSD was calculated as follows: PSD from one antenna port + 10 × Log10 (2) - RBS (Radio Base Station) EIRP Limits are deployment dependent. To ensure compliance with legal limits detailed in section 8.1.1, RBS set up and
carrier configurations are addressed during site commissioning. - Report results are compiled for the maximum output rated power for worst case emission assessment. EIRP, based on possible beam
configuration, indicate the maximum power / worst case beam configuration based on ideal antenna parameters. Customer carrier configuration and power will be limited to comply with legal limits of 1640 W/MHz or 3280 W/MHz during RBS site set up and commissioning. Non-compliant configurations will be restricted to lower carrier power to ensure compliance. - To ensure compliance under worst case conditions with maximum output power based on a MIMO configuration, the maximum antenna gain for an RBS (Radio Base Station) system with Dot 2256 and 2266 B48B41B25B66 is 4.7 dBi with 0 dB path loss. Maximum measured PSD to EIRP margin 44.36 dB.

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Section 8 Test name Specification

Testing data Maximum output power at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

Observations, settings, and special notes, continued

Spectrum analyzer settings for PSD:

Detector mode

RMS

Resolution bandwidth

1 MHz

Video bandwidth

>RBW

Measurement mode

Power over emission bandwidth

Trace mode

Averaging

Measurement time

Auto

8.1.4 Test data

Frequency, MHz 2155.0

RF power density, dBm/MHz 10.08

Table 8.1-1: EIRP calculation based on the worst-case PSD measurement

Total MIMO PSD, dBm/MHz
13.09

Cable loss, dB 0.00

Antenna gain, dBi 4.70

EIRP PSD, dBm/MHz
17.79

EIRP limit, dBm/MHz
62.15

Margin, dB 44.36

Table 8.1-2: RF power density measurement results of a single-carrier operation for NR on 35 MHz channel

Frequency, MHz
2127.5 2155.0 2182.5

RF power density, dBm/MHz
9.73 10.08 10.04

Total MIMO PSD, dBm/MHz
12.74 13.09 13.05

EIRP limit, dBm/MHz
62.15 62.15 62.15

Margin, dB
49.41 49.06 49.10

Notes 2 carriers

Table 8.1-3: RF power density measurement results of a multi-carrier operation for NR on 35 MHz channel [Contiguous]

Channel
Bottom Middle
Top

RF power density, dBm/MHz
6.93 6.98 6.84

Total MIMO PSD, dBm/MHz
9.94 9.99 9.85

EIRP limit, dBm/MHz
62.15 62.15 62.15

Margin, dB
52.21 52.16 52.30

Table 8.1-4: RF power density measurement results of a multi-RAT operation

Notes

RF power density, dBm/MHz

NR 35 M Hz + LTE with IoT15 M Hz, Low Channel

15.67

NR 35 M Hz + LTE with IoT15 M Hz, M id Channel

16.51

NR 35 M Hz + LTE with IoT15 M Hz, High Channel

16.46

Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

Total MIMO PSD, dBm/MHz 18.68 19.52 19.47

EIRP limit, dBm/MHz 62.15 62.15 62.15

Margin, dB 43.47 42.63 42.68

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Section 8 Test name Specification

Testing data Maximum output power at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

Test data, continued

Table 8.1-5: RF total channel power measurement results for NR [35 MHz]

Remarks Low channel, 64QAM Mid channel, 64QAM Top channel, 64QAM
Note: all results in the table are in dBm units

35 MHz channel (XX W) 22.91 22.99 22.89

Table 8.1-6: RF total channel power measurement results for NR Multi-carrier [35 MHz bandwidth Contiguous]

Carriers 2 Carriers, 64QAM
Note: all results in the table are in dBm units

Channel
Low Channel Middle Channel Top Channel

35 MHz channel (XX W)
22.90 22.87 22.87

Table 8.1-7: RF total channel power measurement results for multi-RAT operation
Remarks NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, Low Channel NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, Mid Channel NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, High Channel
Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

Power (dBm) 22.93 22.87 22.84

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Figure 8.1-1: PSD of NR 35 MHz channel bandwidth, single carrier operation, Figure 8.1-2: PSD of NR 35 MHz channel bandwidth, multi-carrier operation,

sample plot

sample plot, Contiguous

Figure 8.1-3: PSD of multi-RAT operation, NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, Sample plot, Contiguous

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Table 8.1-8: Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function (CCDF) of the PAPR reduction measurement results for single carrier operation for NR 35 MHz

Remarks
35 MHz, Low channel 35 MHz, Mid channel 35 MHz, Top channel

Frequency, MHz
2127.5 2155.0 2182.5

0.1% CCDF, dB
8.36 8.36 8.31

PAPR reduction limit, dB
13.00 13.00 13.00

Margin, dB
4.64 4.64 4.69

Figure 8.1-4: CCDF sample plot, NR

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Testing data Transmitter output power (EIRP) and antenna height (Band 2/25) FCC Part 24

8.2 Transmitter output power (EIRP) and antenna height (Band 2/25)

8.2.1 Definitions and limits
FCC §24.232(a)(2):
Base stations with an emission bandwidth greater than 1 MHz are limited to 1640 watts/MHz equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) with an antenna height up to 300 meters HAAT, except as described in paragraph (b) below. (2) Base station antenna heights may exceed 300 meters HAAT with a corresponding reduction in power; see table below. (b)(1) Base stations that are located in counties with population densities of 100 persons or fewer per square mile, based upon the most recently available population statistics from the Bureau of the Census, with an emission bandwidth of 1 MHz or less are limited to 3280 watts equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) with an antenna height up to 300 meters HAAT. (d) Power measurements for transmissions by stations authorized under this section may be made either in accordance with a Commission-approved average power technique or in compliance with paragraph (e) of this section. In both instances, equipment employed must be authorized in accordance with the provisions of §24.51. In measuring transmissions in this band using an average power technique, the peak-to-average ratio (PAR) of the transmission may not exceed 13 dB.

Table 8.2-1: Reduction to Maximum Allowable E.I.R.P. for HAAT > 300 m

HAAT (m)
HAAT  300 300 < HAAT  500 500 < HAAT  1000 1000 < HAAT  1500 1500 < HAAT  2000

Maximum EIRP, W/MHz
1640 1070 490 270 160

8.2.2 Test summary

Test date Test engineer

May 2, 2024 Nimish Kapoor

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8.2.3 Observations, settings, and special notes

Output power was measured with RMS power meter per ANSI C63.26 Paragraph 5.2.4.2 method. PSD was measured using method described in paragraph 5.2.4.4.
- Randomly selected sample plots provided for information and settings only - Total MIMO PSD was calculated as follows: PSD from one antenna port + 10 × Log10 (2)
- RBS (Radio Base Station) EIRP Limits are deployment dependent. To ensure compliance with legal limits detailed in section 8.1.2, RBS set up and carrier configurations are addressed during site commissioning.
- Report results are compiled for the maximum output rated power for worst case emission assessment. EIRP, based on possible beam configuration, indicate the maximum power / worst case beam configuration based on ideal antenna parameters. Customer carrier configuration and power will be limited to comply with legal limits of 1640 W/MHz or 3280 W/MHz during RBS site set up and commissioning. Non-compliant configurations will be restricted to lower carrier power to ensure compliance.
- To ensure compliance under worst case conditions with maximum output power based on a MIMO configuration, the maximum antenna gain for an RBS (Radio Base Station) system with Dot 2256 and 2266 B48B41B25B66 is 4.2 dBi with 0 dB path loss. Maximum measured PSD to EIRP margin 45.35 dB.

Spectrum analyzer settings for PSD:

Detector mode

RMS

Resolution bandwidth

1 MHz

Video bandwidth

>RBW

Measurement mode

Power over emission bandwidth

Trace mode

Averaging

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Testing data Transmitter output power (EIRP) and antenna height (Band 2/25) FCC Part 24

8.2.1 Test data

Frequency, MHz 1947.5

RF power density, dBm/MHz 9.59

Table 8.2-2: EIRP calculation based on the worst-case PSD measurement.

Total MIMO PSD, dBm/MHz
12.60

Cable loss, dB 0.00

Antenna gain, dBi 4.20

EIRP PSD, dBm/MHz
16.80

EIRP limit, dBm/MHz
62.15

Margin, dB 45.35

Table 8.2-3: RF power density measurement results of a single-carrier operation for NR on 35 MHz channel

Frequency, MHz
1947.5 1962.5 1977.5

RF power density, dBm/MHz
9.59 9.58 9.52

Total MIMO PSD, dBm/MHz
12.60 12.59 12.53

EIRP limit, dBm/MHz
62.15 62.15 62.15

Margin, dB
49.55 49.56 49.62

Table 8.2-4: RF power density measurement results of a multi-RAT operation

Notes

RF power density, dBm/MHz

NR 35 M Hz + LTE with IoT15 M Hz, Low Channel

15.18

NR 35 M Hz + LTE with IoT15 M Hz, M id Channel

15.79

NR 35 M Hz + LTE with IoT15 M Hz, High Channel

15.25

Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

Total MIMO PSD, dBm/MHz 18.19 18.80 18.26

EIRP limit, dBm/MHz 62.15 62.15 62.15

Margin, dB 43.96 43.35 43.89

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Test data, continued

Remarks
Low channel, 64QAM Mid channel, 64QAM Top channel, 64QAM
Note: all results in the table are in dBm units

Table 8.2-5: RF total channel power measurement results for NR [35 MHz]
35 MHz channel (XX W) 22.90 22.91 22.89

Table 8.2-6: RF total channel power measurement results for multi-RAT operation
Remarks NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, Low Channel NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, Mid Channel NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, High Channel
Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

Power (dBm)
22.87 22.90 22.86

Figure 8.2-1: PSD of NR 35 MHz channel bandwidth, single carrier operation, sample plot

Figure 8.2-2: PSD of multi-RAT operation, NR 35 MHz and LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, sample plot, contiguous

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Test data, continued

Table 8.2-7: Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function (CCDF) of the PAPR reduction measurement results for single carrier operation for NR 35 MHz

Remarks
Low channel Mid channel Top channel

Frequency, MHz
1947.5 1962.5 1977.5

0.1% CCDF, dB
8.30 8.31 8.29

PAPR reduction limit, dB
13.00 13.00 13.00

Margin, dB
4.70 4.69 4.71

Figure 8.2-3: CCDF sample plot, NR

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Testing data Spurious emissions at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

8.3 Spurious emissions at RF antenna connector (Band 66)

8.3.1 Definitions and limits
FCC §27.53: (h) AWS emission limits (1) General protection levels. Except as otherwise specified below, for operations in the 1695­1710 MHz, 1710­1755 MHz, 1755­1780 MHz, 1915­1920 MHz, 1995­2000 MHz, 2000­2020 MHz, 2110­2155 MHz, 2155­2180 MHz, and 2180­2200 bands, the power of any emission outside a licensee's frequency block shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in watts by at least 43 + 10 log10 (P) dB.
(3) Measurement procedure. (i) Compliance with this provision is based on the use of measurement instrumentation employing a resolution bandwidth of 1 megahertz or greater. However, in the 1-megahertz bands immediately outside and adjacent to the licensee's frequency block, a resolution bandwidth of at least one percent of the emission bandwidth of the fundamental emission of the transmitter may be employed. 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. (ii) When measuring the emission limits, the nominal carrier frequency shall be adjusted as close to the licensee's frequency block edges, both upper and lower, as the design permits. (iii) The measurements of emission power can be expressed in peak or average values, provided they are expressed in the same parameters as the transmitter power.

8.3.2 Test summary

Test date Test engineer

May 7, 2024 Nimish Kapoor

8.3.3 Observations, settings and special notes
- The spectrum was searched from 30 MHz to the 10th harmonic. - All measurements were performed using an average (RMS) detector per ANSI C63.26 Paragraph 5.7.2 method. - Limit line (43 + 10 log10 (P) or -13 dBm) was adjusted for MIMO operation by 3 dB*: -13 dBm ­ 3 dB = -13 dBm
*MIMO correction factor for 2 antenna ports: 10 × Log10(2) = 3 dB - RBW 1 MHz, VBW was wider than RBW.

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8.3.4 Test data

Figure 8.3-1: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz low channel, single-carrier operation

Figure 8.3-2: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz mid channel, single-carrier operation

Figure 8.3-3: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz high channel, single-carrier operation

Figure 8.3-4: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz two contiguous low channels, two-carrier operation

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Figure 8.3-5: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz two contiguous mid channels, two-carrier operation

Figure 8.3-6: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz two contiguous high channels, two-carrier operation

Figure 8.3-7: Conducted spurious emissions of multi-RAT operation, NR 35 MHz and LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, low channel

Figure 8.3-8: Conducted spurious emissions of multi-RAT operation, NR 35 MHz and LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, mid channel

Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

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Testing data Spurious emissions at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

Test data, continued

Figure 8.3-9: Conducted spurious emissions of multi-RAT operation, NR 35 MHz and LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, high channel
Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

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Testing data Spurious emissions at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

Test data, continued On the plots below the measured Channel Power value in the "Total Channel Power" column must be -16 dBm and lower.

Figure 8.3-10: Conducted emission at the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2110 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/350 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Single-carrier operation NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.3-11: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2109 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Single-carrier operation NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.3-12: Conducted emission at the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2200 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/350 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Single-carrier operation NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.3-13: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2201 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Single-carrier operation NR 35 MHz None

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Testing data Spurious emissions at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

Test data, continued On the plots below the measured Channel Power value in the "Total Channel Power" column must be -16 dBm and lower.

Figure 8.3-14: Conducted emission at the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2110 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/350 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-carrier operation 2 × NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.3-15: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2109 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-carrier operation 2 × NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.3-16: Conducted emission at the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2200 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/350 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-carrier operation 2 × NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.3-17: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2201 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-carrier operation 2 × NR 35 MHz None

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Testing data Spurious emissions at RF antenna connector (Band 66) FCC Part 27

Test data, continued On the plots below the measured Channel Power value in the "Total Channel Power" column must be -16 dBm and lower.

Figure 8.3-18: Conducted emission at the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2110 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/350 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-RAT operation NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz None

Figure 8.3-19: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2109 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-RAT operation NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz None

Figure 8.3-20: Conducted emission at the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2200 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/50 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-RAT operation NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz None

Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

Figure 8.3-21: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

2201 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-RAT operation NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz None

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Testing data Spurious out-of-band emissions (Band 2/25) FCC Part 24

8.4 Spurious out-of-band emissions (Band 2/25)

8.4.1 Definitions and limits
FCC §24.238(a): 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.
(b) Measurement procedure. 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.

8.4.2 Test summary

Test date Test engineer

May 2, 2024 Nimish Kapoor

8.4.3 Observations, settings and special notes
- The spectrum was searched from 30 MHz to the 10th harmonic. - All measurements were performed using an average (RMS) detector per ANSI C63.26 Paragraph 5.7.2 method. - Limit line (43 + 10 log10 (P) or -13 dBm) was adjusted for MIMO operation by 3 dB*: -13 dBm ­ 3 dB = -16 dBm
*MIMO correction factor for 2 antenna ports: 10 × Log10(2) = 3 dB - RBW 1 MHz, VBW was wider than RBW.

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Testing data Spurious out-of-band emissions (Band 2/25) FCC Part 24

8.4.4 Test data

Figure 8.4-1: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz low channel, single-carrier operation

Figure 8.4-2: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz mid channel, single-carrier operation

Figure 8.4-3: Conducted spurious emissions of NR 35 MHz top channel, single-carrier operation

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Testing data Spurious out-of-band emissions (Band 2/25) FCC Part 24

Test data, continued

Figure 8.4-4: Conducted spurious emissions of multi-RAT operation, NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, Low Channel

Figure 8.4-5: Conducted spurious emissions of multi-RAT operation, NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, Mid Channel

Figure 8.4-6: Conducted spurious emissions of multi-RAT operation, NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz, High Channel
Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

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Testing data Spurious out-of-band emissions (Band 2/25) FCC Part 24

Test data, continued On the plots below the measured Channel Power value in the "Total Channel Power" column must be -16 dBm and lower.

Figure 8.4-7: Conducted emission at the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

1930 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/350 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Single carrier operation NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.4-8: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

1929 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Single carrier operation NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.4-9: Conducted emission at the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

1995 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/350 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Single carrier operation NR 35 MHz None

Figure 8.4-10: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

1996 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Single carrier operation NR 35 MHz None

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Testing data Spurious out-of-band emissions (Band 2/25) FCC Part 24

Test data, continued On the plots below the measured Channel Power value in the "Total Channel Power" column must be -16 dBm and lower.

Figure 8.4-11: Conducted emission at the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

1930 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/350 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-RAT operation NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz None

Figure 8.4-12: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the lower band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

1929 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-RAT operation NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz None

Figure 8.4-13: Conducted emission at the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

1930 MHz 1% of EBW -16 dBm/50 kHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-RAT operation NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz None

Note: "and": non-contiguous channels; "+": contiguous channels

Figure 8.4-14: Conducted emission 1 MHz away from the upper band edge

Frequency: Meas. BW:
Limit:

1929 MHz 1 MHz -16 dBm/MHz

Mode: Tech.: Notes:

Multi-RAT operation NR 35 MHz + LTE with IoT1 5 MHz None

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Testing data Occupied bandwidth (Band 66) FCC Part 2

8.5 Occupied bandwidth (Band 66)

8.5.1 Definitions and limits
FCC §2.1049: The occupied bandwidth, that is the frequency bandwidth such that, below its lower and above its upper frequency limits, the mean powers radiated are each equal to 0.5 percent of the total mean power radiated by a given emission

8.5.2 Test summary

Test date Test engineer

May 2, 2024 Nimish Kapoor

8.5.3 Observations, settings and special notes

Testing was performed per ANSI C63.26 Paragraphs 5.4.3 and 5.4.4 methods.

Spectrum analyzer settings: Detector mode Resolution bandwidth Video bandwidth Trace mode

Peak 1 % of EBW RBW × 3 Max Hold

8.5.4 Test data

Remarks
35 MHz, Low channel 35 MHz, Mid channel 35 MHz, Top channel

Table 8.5-1: Occupied bandwidth results for NR 35 MHz channel

Frequency, MHz
2127.5 2155.0 2182.5

26 dB BW, MHz
34.760 34.800 34.740

99% OBW, MHz
33.403 33.478 33.490

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Figure 8.5-1: Sample plot for NR 40 MHz channel

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Testing data Occupied bandwidth (Band 2/25) FCC Part 2

8.6 Occupied bandwidth (Band 2/25)

8.6.1 Definitions and limits
FCC §2.1049: The occupied bandwidth, that is the frequency bandwidth such that, below its lower and above its upper frequency limits, the mean powers radiated are each equal to 0.5 percent of the total mean power radiated by a given emission

8.6.2 Test summary

Test date Test engineer

May 2, 2024 Nimish Kapoor

8.6.3 Observations, settings and special notes

Testing was performed per ANSI C63.26 Paragraphs 5.4.3 and 5.4.4 methods.

Spectrum analyzer settings: Detector mode Resolution bandwidth Video bandwidth Trace mode

Peak 1 % of EBW RBW × 3 Max Hold

8.6.4 Test data

Remarks
35 MHz, Low channel 35 MHz, Mid channel 35 MHz, Top channel

Table 8.6-1: Occupied bandwidth results for NR 35 MHz channel

Frequency, MHz
1947.5 1962.5 1977.5

26 dB BW, MHz
34.770 34.790 34.790

99% OBW, MHz
33.425 33.517 33.465

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Figure 8.6-1: Sample plot for NR 35 MHz channel

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Section 9. Block diagrams of test set-ups

Section 9. Block diagrams of test setups

9.1 Antenna port set-up
EUT

Antenna port
Receiver/Spectrum Analyzer

ATT
End of the test report

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