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Document DEVICE REPORTDOPF3820-Test-Report-DOPPIO-MOBILE-S-A-DE-C-V-2bcze-dopf3820-ex-1-12
Report No.: S23091302003003
FCC RADIO TEST REPORT FCC ID: 2BCZE-DOPF3820
Product: 4G Feature phone Trade Mark: Doppio
Model No.: F3820 Family Model: N/A
Report No.: S23091302003003 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 P.R. China Tel. 400-800-6106, 0755-2320 0050, 0755-2320 0090
Website: http://www.ntek.org.cn

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 TEST RESULT CERTIFICATION ...................................................................................................................... 3 2 SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS.........................................................................................................................4 3 FACILITIES AND ACCREDITATIONS ............................................................................................................. 5
3.1 FACILITIES..................................................................................................................................................... 5 3.2 LABORATORY ACCREDITATIONS AND LISTINGS ................................................................................. 5 3.3 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY...............................................................................................................5 4 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT .................................................................................................................. 6 5 DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES ..................................................................................................................... 8 6 SETUP OF EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST ........................................................................................................... 9 6.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM CONFIGURATION OF TEST SYSTEM.......................................................................9 6.2 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT............................................................................................................................... 10 6.3 EQUIPMENTS LIST FOR ALL TEST ITEMS.............................................................................................. 11 7 TEST REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................................................... 13 7.1 FIELD STRENGTH OF SPURIOUS RADIATION ...................................................................................... 13 7.2 EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER AND EFFECTIVE ISOTROPIC RADIATED POWER........................ 23 7.3 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER................................................................................................................ 29 7.4 FREQUENCY STABILITY........................................................................................................................... 31 7.5 PEAK-TO-AVERAGE RATIO ...................................................................................................................... 38 7.6 26DB BANDWIDTH AND 99% OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH ..................................................................... 40 7.7 CONDUCTED BAND EDGE ....................................................................................................................... 42 7.8 CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION AT ANTENNA TERMINAL ......................................................... 43 8 TEST REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................................................... 45 8.1 2G................................................................................................................................................................... 45 8.2 3G................................................................................................................................................................... 92

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1 TEST RESULT CERTIFICATION
Applicant's name ......................... : DOPPIO MOBILE, S.A DE C.V. Address ....................................... : RIO SAN JOAQUIN AVENUE, EXT. No. 406 , INT. No. 3RD FLOOR,
OFFICE 2, MEXICO CITY, MEXICO 11529 Manufacturer's Name .................. : Shenzhen United Time Technology Co., Ltd Address ....................................... : 7/F.,5-A Building,Software IndustrialBase, No.11 haitian Road,
NanshanDistrict,Shenzhen,P.R.China. Product description Product name .............................. : 4G Feature phone Trade Mark .................................. : Doppio Model name.................................: F3820 Family Model ............................... : N/A
Test Sample Number ................... : S230913020004

Measurement Procedure Used:

APPLICABLE STANDARDS

APPLICABLE STANDARD/ TEST PROCEDURE
47 CFR Part 2, Part 22H, Part 24E

ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016 FCC KDB 971168 D01 Power Meas License Digital Systems v03r01

ANSI C63.26:2015

TEST RESULT
Complied

This device described above has been tested by Shenzhen NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd., 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 Shenzhen NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd., this document may be altered or revised by Shenzhen NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd., personnel only, and shall be noted in the revision of the document. The test results of this report relate only to the tested sample identified in this report.

Date of Test

:

Sep. 13, 2023 ~ Oct. 26, 2023

Prepared By

:

Reviewed By

Mary Hu (Project Engineer) Aaron Cheng (Supervisor)

Approved By

:

Alex Li(Manager)

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2 SUMMARY OF TEST RESULTS

FCC Part22H / FCC Part24E

& ANSI C63.26-2015

FCC Rule

Test Item

2.1046

Conducted Output Power

22.913 24.232

Peak-to-Average Ratio

Verdict PASS
PASS

Remark

2.1049 22.917
2.1051 22.917 24.238

Occupied Bandwidth Band Edge

PASS PASS

22.913 24.232

Effective Radiated Power

PASS

2.1053 22.917 24.238

Field Strength of Spurious Radiation

PASS

2.1055 22.355 24.235

Frequency Stability for Temperature & Voltage

PASS

2.1051 22.917 24.238

Conducted Emission

PASS

Remark: 1. "N/A" denotes test is not applicable in this Test Report. 2. All test items were verified and recorded according to the standards and without any deviation during
the test. 3. No modifications are made to the EUT during all test items.

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3 FACILITIES AND ACCREDITATIONS
3.1 FACILITIES All measurement facilities used to collect the measurement data are located at 1/F, Building E, Fenda Science Park, Sanwei Community, Xixiang Street, Bao'an District, Shenzhen 518126 P.R. China. The sites are constructed in conformance with the requirements of ANSI C63.7, ANSI C63.26:2015 and CISPR Publication 22.

3.2 LABORATORY ACCREDITATIONS AND LISTINGS

Site Description

CNAS-Lab.

: The Certificate Registration Number is L5516.

IC-Registration

The Certificate Registration Number is 9270A-1.

FCC- Accredited

Test Firm Registration Number: 463705.

Designation Number: CN1184

A2LA-Lab.

The Certificate Registration Number is 4298.01

This laboratory is accredited in accordance with the recognized

International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 General requirements for

the competence of testing and calibration laboratories.

This accreditation demonstrates technical competence for a defined

scope and the operation of a laboratory quality management system

(refer to joint ISO-ILAC-IAF Communiquédated 8 January 2009).

Name of Firm

: Shenzhen NTEK Testing Technology Co., Ltd.

Site Location

: 1/F, Building E, Fenda Science Park, Sanwei Community, Xixiang

Street, Bao'an District, Shenzhen 518126 P.R. China.

3.3 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

Uncertainty

1

Conducted Emission Test

±1.38dB

2

RF power, conducted

±0.16dB

3

Spurious emissions, conducted

±0.21dB

4

All emissions, radiated(30MHz~1GHz)

±2.64dB

5

All emissions, radiated(<1G)

±4.68dB

6

All emissions, radiated(>1G)

±4.89dB

7

Temperature

±0.5°C

9

Humidity

±2%

10

All emissions, radiated(9KHz~30MHz)

±6dB

11

Occupied bandwidth

12

Radio Frequency

±4.7% ±1×10-6

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4 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT
Product Feature and Specification

Equipment

4G Feature phone

Trade Mark

Doppio

FCC ID

2BCZE-DOPF3820

Model No.

F3820

Family Model

N/A

Model Difference Operating Frequency Modulation Power Class GPRS Class

N/A
GSM850: TX824.2MHz~848.8MHz /RX869.2MHz~893.8MHz; UMTS FDD Band V: TX826.4MHz~846.6MHz /RX871.4MHz~891.6MHz; PCS1900: TX1850.2MHz~1909.8MHz /RX1930.2MHz~1989.8MHz; UMTS FDD Band II: TX1852.4MHz~1907.6MHz /RX1932.4MHz~1987.6MHz;
GMSK for GSM/GPRS; 8PSK for EGPRS; QPSK for UMTS bands;
4, tested with power level 5(GSM 850) 1, tested with power level 0(GSM 1900) 3, tested with power control "all 1"(WCDMA Band II//V)
Multi-Class12 Only 4 timeslots are used for GPRS

Antenna Type

PIFA Antenna

Antenna Gain

GSM 850: 0.5 dBi; GSM 1900: 2 dBi; WCDMA Band II: 2 dBi ;WCDMA Band V: 0.5 dBi

Adapter

Model: F3820 Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.15A Output: 5.0V 500mA

Battery Power supply

DC 3.7V, 1750mAh, 6.48Wh DC 3.7V from battery or DC 5V from adapter

HW Version

HS900-MB-V2.1

SW Version

F3820_4G_V03_202300901

Note: Based on the application, features, or specification exhibited in User's Manual, the EUT is considered as an ITE/Computing Device. More details of EUT technical specification, please refer to the User's Manual. The High Voltage 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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Revision History

Version Rev.01

Description Initial issue of report

Issued Date Oct. 26, 2023

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5 DESCRIPTION OF TEST MODES

During the testing, the EUT was controlled via Rhode & Schwarz Digital Radio Communication Tester(CMU 200) to ensure max power transmission and proper modulation. Three channels (The low channel, the middle channel and the high channel) were chosen for testing on,GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900, HSDPA band II, HSUPA band II, HSDPA band V, HSUPA band V frequency band. Note: GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900, HSDPA band II, HSUPA band II, HSDPA band V, HSUPA band V modes have been tested during the test. the worst condition (GSM850, RMC 12.2k,) be recorded in the test report if no other modes test data.

Antenna port conducted and radiated test items were performed according to KDB 971168 D01 Power Meas. License Digital Systems v03 with maximum output power. Radiated measurements were performed with rotating EUT in different three orthogonal test planes to find the maximum emission. Radiated emissions were investigated as following frequency range: 1. 30 MHz to 10th harmonic for GSM850/UMTS FDD Band V 2. 30 MHz to 10th harmonic for GSM1900/UMTS FDD Band II All modes and data rates and positions were investigated.

Test modes are chosen to be reported as the worst case configuration below:

Test Modes

Band
GSM 850/1900 UMTS Band II UMTS Band V

For Conducted Test Cases
GSM Link RMC 12.2Kbps Link RMC 12.2Kbps Link

For Radiated Test Cases
GSM Link RMC 12.2Kbps Link RMC 12.2Kbps Link

Test Frequency and Channels:

Frequency Band

GSM 850

Channel

Frequency (MHz)

CH_H

251

848.8

GSM 1900

Channel

Frequency (MHz)

810

1909.8

UMTS Band II

Channel

Frequency (MHz)

9538

1907.6

UMTS Band V

Channel

Frequency (MHz)

4233

846.6

CH_M

189

836.4

661

1880.0

9400

1880.0

4182

836.4

CH_L

128

824.2

512

1850.2

9262

1852.4

4132

826.4

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6 SETUP OF EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST
6.1 BLOCK DIAGRAM CONFIGURATION OF TEST SYSTEM For Radiated Test Cases
EUT

For Conducted Output Power

Measurement Instrument Attenuator

C1

EUT

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

System Simulator Spectrum Analyzer Attenuator

C3 Power Divider C2

EUT

C4

For Frequency Stability

Measurement Instrument Attenuator

C5

EUT

C6

Thermal Chamber

DC Power Source

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6.2 SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

The EUT has been tested as an independent unit together with other necessary accessories or support units.

The following support units or accessories were used to form a representative test configuration during the

tests.

Item

Equipment

Mfr/Brand Model/Type No.

Series No.

Note

Item

Cable Type

Shielded Type

C-1

RF Cable

YES

C-2

RF Cable

YES

C-3

RF Cable

YES

C-4

RF Cable

YES

C-5

RF Cable

YES

C-6

DC Cable

NO

Ferrite Core NO NO NO NO NO NO

Length 0.1m 0.1m 0.1m 0.2m 0.2m 1.0m

Notes:
(1) The support equipment was authorized by Declaration of Confirmation. (2) For detachable type I/O cable should be specified the length in cm inLengthcolumn. (3) "YES" is means "shielded" "with core"; "NO" is means "unshielded" "without core".

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6.3 EQUIPMENTS LIST FOR ALL TEST ITEMS

Item

Kind of Equipment

Manufacturer

Type No.

1

MXA Signal Analyzer

Agilent

N9020A

2 Test Receiver

R&S

ESPI

Serial No.

Last calibration

MY49100060 2023.05.29

101318 2023.03.27

Calibrated Calibration

until

period

2024.05.28 1 year

2024.03.26 1 year

3 Bilog Antenna TESEQ

CBL6111D

31216

2023.03.16 2024.03.15

4

50 Coaxial Switch

Anritsu

MP59B 6200983705 2023.05.06 2026.05.05

5

Broadband SCHWARZBE BBHA 9120

Horn Antenna

CK

D

2816

2023.01.12 2024.01.11

6

Broadband SCHWARZBE BBHA 9120

Horn Antenna

CK

D

2817

2023.01.12 2024.01.11

1 year 3 year 1 year 1 year

7

Amplifier

EM

EM-30180 060538 2023.05.29 2024.05.28 1 year

8 Loop Antenna

ARA

PLA-1030/B 1029

2022.11.04 2023.11.05 1 year

9 Power Meter

R&S

NRVS

100696 2023.05.29 2024.05.28

10 Power Sensor 11 Test Cable

R&S N/A

URV5-Z4 R-01

0395.1619.0 5

2023.05.29

N/A

2022.06.17

2024.05.28 2025.06.16

12 Test Cable

N/A

R-02

N/A

2022.06.17 2025.06.16

13 Test Cable

N/A

R-03

N/A

2022.06.17 2025.06.16

14 Test Receiver

R&S

ESCI

101160 2023.03.27 2024.03.26

15

LISN

R&S

ENV216

101313 2023.03.27 2024.03.26

16

LISN

17

50 Coaxial Switch

18

Passive Voltage Probe

19 Test Cable

EMCO Anritsu
R&S N/A

3816/2 MP59B

00042990 2023.03.27 2024.03.26 6200264417 2023.03.27 2024.03.26

ESH2-Z3

100196 2023.03.27 2024.03.26

C01

N/A

2023.05.06 2026.05.05

20 Test Cable

N/A

C02

N/A

2023.05.06 2026.05.05

21 Test Cable

N/A

C03

N/A

2023.05.06

22

Spectrum Analyzer

agilent

e4440a us44300399 2023.03.27

23 test receiver

R&S

ESCI

a0304218 2023.03.27

24

Communication Tester

R&S

CMU200 A0304247 2023.05.29

25

Thermal Chamber

Ten Billion TTC-B3C TBN-960502 2023.03.27

26

DC Power Source

N/A

PS-6005D

2017040292 3

2023.05.06

27

Log-Periodic Antenna

SCHWARZBE CK

VULB 9162

584

2023/1/11

2026.05.05 2024.03.26 2024.03.26 2024.05.28 2024.03.26 2026.05.05 2024/1/10

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 3 year 1 year

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Log-Periodic Antenna

SCHWARZBE CK

VULB 9162

586

2023/1/11 2024/1/10 1 year

MXG Vector

29

Signal

Agilent

N5183B MY57280984 2022/11/8 2023/11/7 1 year

Generator

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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7 TEST REQUIREMENTS
7.1 FIELD STRENGTH OF SPURIOUS RADIATION 7.1.1 Applicable Standard According to FCC KDB 971168 D01 v03r01 Section 5.8 and ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016 Section 2.2.12 7.1.2 Conformance Limit
The power of any emission outside of the authorized operating frequency ranges must be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) by a factor of at least 43 + 10 log (P) dB. The spectrum is scanned from 30 MHz up to a frequency including its 10th harmonic.
7.1.3 Measuring Instruments
The Measuring equipment is listed in the section 6.3 of this test report.
7.1.4 Test Configuration
According to the ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016 test method, The Receiver or Spectrum was scanned from 9 KHz to the 10th harmonic of the highest frequency generated within the equipment, which is the transmitted
carrier that can be as high as 1910 MHz The resolution bandwidth is set as outlined in Part 24.238, Part 22.917. The spectrum is scanned with the mobile station transmitting at carrier frequencies that pertain
to low, mid and high channels of WCDMA Band II/ V, GSM 850/1900 TEST CONFIGURATION

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7.1.5 Test Procedure
1. EUT was placed on a 0.8 meter(For frequency above 1G, EUT should be placed on 1.5m) high non-conductive stand at a 3 meter test distance from the receive antenna. A receiving antenna was placed on the antenna mast 3 meters from the EUT for emission measurements. The height of receiving antenna is 1.50 meter. Detected emissions were maximized at each frequency by rotating the EUT through 360°and adjusting the receiving antenna polarization. The radiated emission measurements of all transmit frequencies in three channels (High, Middle, Low) were measured with peak detector.
2. A log-periodic antenna or double-ridged waveguide horn antenna shall be substituted in place of the EUT. The log-periodic antenna will be driven by a signal generator and the level will be adjusted till the same power value on the spectrum analyzer or receiver. The level of the spurious emissions can be calculated through the level of the signal generator, cable loss, the gain of the substitution antenna and the reading of the spectrum analyzer or receiver.
3. The EUT is then put into continuously transmitting mode at its maximum power level during the test.Set Test Receiver or Spectrum RBW=1MHz,VBW=3MHz, And the maximum value of the receiver should be recorded as (Pr).
4. The EUT shall be replaced by a substitution antenna. In the chamber, an substitution antenna for the frequency band of interest is placed at the reference point of the chamber. An RF Signal source for the frequency band of interest is connected to the substitution antenna with a cable that has been constructed to not interfere with the radiation pattern of the antenna. A power (SG Level) is applied to the input of the substitution antenna, and adjust the level of the signal generator output until the value of the receiver reach the previously recorded (Pr). The power of signal source (SG Level) is recorded. The test should be performed by rotating the test item and adjusting the receiving antenna polarization.
5. A amplifier should be connected to the Signal Source output port. And the cable should be connect between the Amplifier and the Substitution Antenna. The cable loss (Cable Loss) ,the Substitution Antenna Gain should be recorded after test. The measurement results are obtained as described below: Power(EIRP)= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Antenna Gain
6. This value is EIRP since the measurement is calibrated using an antenna of known gain (2.15 dBi) and known input power.
7. ERP can be calculated from EIRP by subtracting the gain of the dipole, ERP = EIRP -2.15dBi.

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7.1.6 Test Results

EUT:

4G Feature phone

Temperature: 20 

GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850,

Test Mode:

GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900,

UMTS band II/ UMTS band V

 Radiated Spurious Emission

GSM 850

Model No.:

F3820

Relative Humidity: 48%

Test By:

Mary Hu

Frequency SG Level

(MHz)

(dBm)

Cable Loss

Factor

Absolute Level

Limit

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(dBm)

Test Results for Channel 128/824.2 MHz

Over Limit (dBm)

Polarity

1648.4

-50.01

2.80

27.50

-25.31

-13

-12.31

Vertical

1648.4

-54.84

2.80

27.50

-30.14

-13

-17.14 Horizontal

2472.6

-48.63

2.91

27.80

-23.74

-13

-10.74

Vertical

2472.6

-54.47

2.91

27.80

-29.58

-13

-16.58 Horizontal

3296.8

-52.87

4.02

29.87

-27.02

-13

-14.02

Vertical

3296.8

-51.71

4.02

29.87

-25.86

-13

Test Results for Channel 189/836.4 MHz

-12.86 Horizontal

1672.8

-50.85

2.80

27.48

-26.17

-13

-13.17

Vertical

1672.8

-51.77

2.80

27.48

-27.09

-13

-14.09 Horizontal

2509.2

-50.15

2.91

27.70

-25.36

-13

-12.36

Vertical

2509.2

-50.97

2.91

27.70

-26.18

-13

-13.18 Horizontal

3345.6

-52.20

4.02

29.82

-26.40

-13

-13.40

Vertical

3345.6

-53.93

4.02

29.82

-28.13

-13

Test Results for Channel 251/848.8 MHz

-15.13 Horizontal

1697.6

-51.77

2.80

27.42

-27.15

-13

-14.15

Vertical

1697.6

-54.61

2.80

27.42

-29.99

-13

-16.99 Horizontal

2546.4

-51.28

2.91

27.68

-26.51

-13

-13.51

Vertical

2546.4

-53.86

2.91

27.68

-29.09

-13

-16.09 Horizontal

3395.2

-49.69

4.02

29.80

-23.91

-13

-10.91

Vertical

3395.2

-51.34

4.02

29.80

-25.56

-13

Remark:

1. We were tested all Configuration refer 3GPP TS134 121.

2. Emission Level= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Factor

3. Over Limit= Emission Level(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

-12.56 Horizontal

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Frequency SG Level

(MHz)

(dBm)

1648.4 1648.4 2472.6 2472.6 3296.8 3296.8

-50.24 -52.69 -53.11 -53.67 -53.46 -51.45

1672.8 1672.8 2509.2 2509.2 3345.6 3345.6

-52.34 -51.93 -51.32 -53.09 -49.24 -53.24

1697.6 1697.6 2546.4 2546.4 3395.2 3395.2

-49.07 -49.60 -52.89 -51.85 -50.90 -51.21

GPRS 850

Cable Loss

Factor

Absolute Level

Limit

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(dBm)

Test Results for Channel 128/824.2 MHz

2.80

27.50

-25.54

-13

2.80

27.50

-27.99

-13

2.91

27.80

-28.22

-13

2.91

27.80

-28.78

-13

4.02

29.87

-27.61

-13

4.02

29.87

-25.60

-13

Test Results for Channel 189/836.4 MHz

2.80

27.48

-27.66

-13

2.80

27.48

-27.25

-13

2.91

27.70

-26.53

-13

2.91

27.70

-28.30

-13

4.02

29.82

-23.44

-13

4.02

29.82

-27.44

-13

Test Results for Channel 251/848.8 MHz

2.80

27.42

-24.45

-13

2.80

27.42

-24.98

-13

2.91

27.68

-28.12

-13

2.91

27.68

-27.08

-13

4.02

29.80

-25.12

-13

4.02

29.80

-25.43

-13

Over Limit (dBm)

Polarity

-12.54 -14.99 -15.22 -15.78 -14.61 -12.60

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-14.66 -14.25 -13.53 -15.30 -10.44 -14.44

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-11.45 -11.98 -15.12 -14.08 -12.12 -12.43

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

Remark: 1. We were tested all Configuration refer 3GPP TS134 121. 2. Emission Level= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Factor 3. Over Limit= Emission Level(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

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Frequency SG Level

(MHz)

(dBm)

1648.4 1648.4 2472.6 2472.6 3296.8 3296.8

-51.86 -52.72 -51.07 -53.44 -53.01 -48.97

1672.8 1672.8 2509.2 2509.2 3345.6 3345.6

-52.60 -51.86 -48.65 -52.39 -50.35 -51.98

1697.6 1697.6 2546.4 2546.4 3395.2 3395.2

-49.31 -47.55 -49.98 -50.78 -48.22 -51.43

EGPRS 850

Cable Loss

Factor

Absolute Level

Limit

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(dBm)

Test Results for Channel 128/824.2 MHz

2.80

27.50

-27.16

-13

2.80

27.50

-28.02

-13

2.91

27.80

-26.18

-13

2.91

27.80

-28.55

-13

4.02

29.87

-27.16

-13

4.02

29.87

-23.12

-13

Test Results for Channel 189/836.4 MHz

2.80

27.48

-27.92

-13

2.80

27.48

-27.18

-13

2.91

27.70

-23.86

-13

2.91

27.70

-27.60

-13

4.02

29.82

-24.55

-13

4.02

29.82

-26.18

-13

Test Results for Channel 251/848.8 MHz

2.80

27.42

-24.69

-13

2.80

27.42

-22.93

-13

2.91

27.68

-25.21

-13

2.91

27.68

-26.01

-13

4.02

29.80

-22.44

-13

4.02

29.80

-25.65

-13

Over Limit (dBm)

Polarity

-14.16 -15.02 -13.18 -15.55 -14.16 -10.12

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-14.92 -14.18 -10.86 -14.60 -11.55 -13.18

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-11.69 -9.93 -12.21 -13.01 -9.44 -12.65

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

Remark: 1. We were tested all Configuration refer 3GPP TS134 121. 2. Emission Level= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Factor 3. Over Limit= Emission Level(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

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Frequency SG Level

(MHz)

(dBm)

1673.2 1673.2 2509.8 2509.8 3346.4 3346.4

-49.71 -48.78 -48.84 -53.76 -50.52 -48.15

1672.8 1672.8 2509.2 2509.2 3345.6 3345.6

-48.21 -51.25 -50.99 -53.17 -50.27 -51.74

1652.8 1652.8 2479.2 2479.2 3305.6 3305.6

-56.57 -46.36 -53.59 -53.82 -52.54 -53.77

WCDMA Band V

Cable Loss

Factor

Absolute Level

Limit

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(dBm)

Test Results for Channel 4233/846.6MHz

2.80

27.50

-25.01

-13

2.80

27.50

-24.08

-13

2.91

27.80

-23.95

-13

2.91

27.80

-28.87

-13

4.02

29.87

-24.67

-13

4.02

29.87

-22.30

-13

Test Results for Channel 4182/836.4MHz

2.80

27.48

-23.53

-13

2.80

27.48

-26.57

-13

2.91

27.70

-26.20

-13

2.91

27.70

-28.38

-13

4.02

29.82

-24.47

-13

4.02

29.82

-25.94

-13

Test Results for Channel 4132/826.4MHz

2.80

27.42

-31.95

-13

2.80

27.42

-21.74

-13

2.91

27.68

-28.82

-13

2.91

27.68

-29.05

-13

4.02

29.80

-26.76

-13

4.02

29.80

-27.99

-13

Over Limit (dBm)

Polarity

-12.01 -11.08 -10.95 -15.87 -11.67 -9.30

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-10.53 -13.57 -13.20 -15.38 -11.47 -12.94

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-18.95 -8.74 -15.82 -16.05 -13.76 -14.99

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

Remark: 1. We were tested all Configuration refer 3GPP TS134 121. 2. Emission Level= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Factor 3. Over Limit= Emission Level(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

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GSM 1900

Frequency SG Level

Cable Loss

Factor

Absolute Level

Limit

(MHz)

(dBm)

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(dBm)

Test Results for Channel 512/1850.2MHz

3700.4

-52.32

4.04

33.51

-22.85

-13

3700.4

-48.46

4.04

33.51

-18.99

-13

5550.6

-49.62

5.24

35.84

-19.02

-13

5550.6

-52.81

5.24

35.84

-22.21

-13

Test Results for Channel 661/1880.0MHz

3760

-51.30

4.04

33.56

-21.78

-13

3760

-52.97

4.04

33.56

-23.45

-13

5640

-52.86

5.24

35.91

-22.19

-13

5640

-50.93

5.24

35.91

-20.26

-13

Test Results for Channel 810/1909.8MHz

3819.6

-50.65

4.04

34.00

-20.69

-13

3819.6

-51.45

4.04

34.00

-21.49

-13

5729.4

-48.78

5.24

36.04

-17.98

-13

5729.4

-53.71

5.24

36.04

-22.91

-13

Remark: 1. We were tested all Configuration refer 3GPP TS134 121. 2. Emission Level= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Factor 3. Over Limit= Emission Level(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

Over Limit (dBm)

Polarity

-9.85 -5.99 -6.02 -9.21

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-8.78 -10.45 -9.19 -7.26

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-7.69 -8.49 -4.98 -9.91

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

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Frequency SG Level

(MHz)

(dBm)

3700.4 3700.4 5550.6 5550.6

-52.69 -53.45 -52.98 -51.98

3760 3760 5640 5640

-54.38 -53.58 -51.81 -50.57

3819.6 3819.6 5729.4 5729.4

-49.17 -49.56 -52.68 -51.13

GPRS 1900

Cable Loss

Factor

Absolute Level

Limit

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(dBm)

Test Results for Channel 512/1850.2MHz

4.04

33.51

-23.22

-13

4.04

33.51

-23.98

-13

5.24

35.84

-22.38

-13

5.24

35.84

-21.38

-13

Test Results for Channel 661/1880.0MHz

4.04

33.56

-24.86

-13

4.04

33.56

-24.06

-13

5.24

35.91

-21.14

-13

5.24

35.91

-19.90

-13

Test Results for Channel 810/1909.8MHz

4.04

34.00

-19.21

-13

4.04

34.00

-19.60

-13

5.24

36.04

-21.88

-13

5.24

36.04

-20.33

-13

Over Limit (dBm)

Polarity

-10.22 -10.98 -9.38 -8.38

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-11.86 -11.06 -8.14 -6.90

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-6.21 -6.60 -8.88 -7.33

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

Remark: 1. We were tested all Configuration refer 3GPP TS134 121. 2. Emission Level= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Factor 3. Over Limit= Emission Level(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

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Frequency SG Level

(MHz)

(dBm)

3700.4 3700.4 5550.6 5550.6

-50.32 -52.63 -55.92 -50.42

3760 3760 5640 5640

-55.09 -53.80 -52.10 -49.07

3819.6 3819.6 5729.4 5729.4

-49.32 -53.09 -51.84 -52.40

EGPRS 1900

Cable Loss

Factor

Absolute Level

Limit

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(dBm)

Test Results for Channel 512/1850.2MHz

4.04

33.51

-20.85

-13

4.04

33.51

-23.16

-13

5.24

35.84

-25.32

-13

5.24

35.84

-19.82

-13

Test Results for Channel 661/1880.0MHz

4.04

33.56

-25.57

-13

4.04

33.56

-24.28

-13

5.24

35.91

-21.43

-13

5.24

35.91

-18.40

-13

Test Results for Channel 810/1909.8MHz

4.04

34.00

-19.36

-13

4.04

34.00

-23.13

-13

5.24

36.04

-21.04

-13

5.24

36.04

-21.60

-13

Over Limit (dBm)

Polarity

-7.85 -10.16 -12.32 -6.82

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-12.57 -11.28 -8.43 -5.40

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-6.36 -10.13 -8.04 -8.60

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

Remark: 1. We were tested all Configuration refer 3GPP TS134 121. 2. Emission Level= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Factor 3. Over Limit= Emission Level(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

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WCDMA Band II

Frequency SG Level

Cable Loss

Factor

Absolute Level

Limit

(MHz)

(dBm)

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(dBm)

Test Results for Channel 9262/1852.4MHz

3700.8

-52.84

4.04

33.51

-23.37

-13

3700.8

-53.76

4.04

33.51

-24.29

-13

5551.2

-51.62

5.24

35.84

-21.02

-13

5551.2

-47.69

5.24

35.84

-17.09

-13

Test Results for Channel 9400/1880MHz

3760

-50.72

4.04

33.56

-21.20

-13

3760

-49.05

4.04

33.56

-19.53

-13

5640

-50.69

5.24

35.91

-20.02

-13

5640

-48.79

5.24

35.91

-18.12

-13

Test Results for Channel 9538/1907.6MHz

3819.2

-51.61

4.04

34.00

-21.65

-13

3819.2

-48.65

4.04

34.00

-18.69

-13

5728.8

-52.63

5.24

36.04

-21.83

-13

5728.8

-49.51

5.24

36.04 -18.707952 -13

Remark: 1. We were tested all Configuration refer 3GPP TS134 121. 2. Emission Level= SG Level- Cable Loss+ Factor 3. Over Limit= Emission Level(dBm)-Limit(dBm)

Over Limit
(dBm)

Polarity

-10.37 -11.29 -8.02 -4.09

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-8.20 -6.53 -7.02 -5.12

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

-8.65 -5.69 -8.83 -5.71

Vertical Horizontal
Vertical Horizontal

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7.2 EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER AND EFFECTIVE ISOTROPIC RADIATED POWER
7.2.1 Applicable Standard
According to FCC KDB 971168 D01 v03r01 Section 5.2.1/ Section 5.2.2.2 and ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016 Section 2.2.17
7.2.2 Conformance Limit
The substitution method, in ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016, was used for ERP/EIRP measurement, and the spectrum analyzer configuration follows KDB 971168 D01 Power Meas. License Digital Systems v03. The ERP of mobile transmitters must not exceed 7 Watts (Cellular Band) and the EIRP of mobile transmitters are limited to 2 Watts (PCS Band).
7.2.3 Measuring Instruments
The Measuring equipment is listed in the section 6.3 of this test report.
7.2.4 Test Configuration
(a) For E.R.P and E.I.R.P Measurements Please refer to the section 7.1.4 in this report.
7.2.5 Test Procedure
The measurements procedures specified in ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016 were applied. In an anechoic antenna test chamber, a half-wave dipole antenna for the frequency band of interest is placed at the reference centre of the chamber. An RF Signal source for the frequency band of interest is connected to the dipole with a cable that has been constructed to not interfere with the radiation pattern of the antenna. A known (measured) power (Pin) is applied to the input of the dipole, and the power received (Pr) at the chamber's probe antenna is recorded.
The relevant equation for determining the ERP or EIRP from the conducted RF output power measured using the guidance provided above is: ERP/EIRP = SGLevel -Pcl +Ga where: ERP/EIRP = effective or equivalent radiated power, respectively (expressed in the same units as SGLevel, typically dBW or dBm); SGLevel = Signal generator output power or PSD, in dBm or dBW; Ga = gain of the transmitting antenna, in dBd (ERP) or dBi (EIRP); Pcl = signal attenuation in the connecting cable between the transmitter and antenna, in dB.2
The EUT is substituted for the dipole at the reference centre of the chamber and a scan is performed to obtain the radiation pattern. From the radiation pattern, the co-ordinates where the maximum antenna gain occurs are identified.
The EUT is then put into continuously transmitting mode at its maximum power level. Power mode measurements are performed with the receiving antenna placed at the coordinates determined in Step 3 to determine the output power as defined in Rule 24.232 (b) and (c). The "reference path loss" from Step1 is added to this result. This value is EIRP since the measurement is calibrated using a half-wave dipole antenna of known gain (2.15 dBi) and known input power (Pin). ERP can be calculated from EIRP by subtracting the gain of the dipole, ERP = EIRP -2.15dBi.

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Both horizontal and vertical antenna polarities were tested and performed pretest to three orthogonal axis. The worst case emissions were reported.

Substitution antenna and Receiving Antenna:

Item

Kind of Equipment

Manufacturer

Type No.

1 Bilog Antenna TESEQ

CBL6111D

2 Horn Antenna

EM

EM-AH-10180

3 Bilog Antenna TESEQ

CBL6111D

4 Horn Antenna

EM

EM-AH-10180

Serial No. 584 2816 586 2817

Character 30MHz~2GHz 1GHz~18GHz 30MHz~2GHz 1GHz~18GHz

Note
Receiving Antenna Receiving Antenna Substitution antenna Substitution antenna

Use the following spectrum analyzer settings:

GSM/GPRS/EGPRS

Span

500KHz

RBW

10KHz

VBW

30KHz

Detector

RMS

Trace

Average

Average Type

Power

Sweep Count

100

UMTS band 10MHz 300KHz 1MHz RMS Average Power 100

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7.2.6 Test Results

EUT: Temperature:
Test Mode:

4G Feature phone
20 
GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900, UMTS band II/ UMTS band V

Model No.: Relative Humidity:
Test By:

F3820 48%
Mary Hu

 Effective Radiated Power

Radiated Power (ERP) for GSM850

Frequency Polarization

SG Level

Pcl

Factor Correction ERP

ERP

(MHz) 824.2

(dBm)

(dB)

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

(W)

H

32.22

2.11

5.30

2.15

33.26 2.118361

836.4

H

32.02

2.13

5.30

2.15

33.04 2.013724

848.8

H

32.19

2.13

5.30

2.15

33.21 2.094112

824.2

V

31.09

2.11

5.30

2.15

32.13 1.633052

836.4

V

31.10

2.13

5.30

2.15

32.12 1.629296

848.8

V

31.13

2.13

5.30

2.15

32.15 1.640590

Frequency Polarization

(MHz)

824.2

H

836.4

H

848.8

H

824.2

V

836.4

V

848.8

V

Radiated Power (ERP) for GPRS850

SG

Pcl

Factor Correction

Level

(dBm)

(dB)

(dB)

(dB)

32.06

2.11

5.30

2.15

32.00

2.13

5.30

2.15

31.99

2.13

5.30

2.15

31.32

2.11

5.30

2.15

31.43

2.13

5.30

2.15

31.09

2.13

5.30

2.15

ERP
(dBm) 33.10 33.02 33.01 32.36 32.45 32.11

ERP
(W) 2.041738 2.004472 1.999862 1.721869 1.757924 1.625549

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Frequency Polarization

(MHz)

824.2

H

836.6

H

848.8

H

824.2

V

836.6

V

848.8

V

Radiated Power (ERP) for EGPRS850

SG

Pcl

Factor Correction

Level

(dBm)

(dB)

(dB)

(dB)

29.08

2.11

5.30

2.15

29.21

2.13

5.30

2.15

28.67

2.13

5.30

2.15

28.28

2.11

5.30

2.15

28.52

2.13

5.30

2.15

28.31

2.13

5.30

2.15

ERP
(dBm) 30.12 30.23 29.69 29.32 29.54 29.33

ERP
(W) 1.028016 1.054387 0.931108 0.855067 0.899498 0.857038

Frequency
(MHz) 826.4 835 846.6 826.4 835 846.6

Polarization
H H H V V V

Radiated Power (ERP) for UMTS band V

SG

Pcl

Factor Correction

Level

(dBm) (dB)

(dB)

(dB)

22.08 2.11

5.30

2.15

21.34 2.13

5.30

2.15

22.12 2.13

5.30

2.15

22.20 2.11

5.30

2.15

22.24 2.13

5.30

2.15

22.33 2.13

5.30

2.15

ERP
(dBm) 23.12 22.36 23.14 23.24 23.26 23.35

ERP
(W) 0.205116 0.172187 0.206063 0.210863 0.211836 0.216272

Note: SG Level= Signal generator output Pcl= cable loss Ga= Antenna Gain Peak EIRP(dBm)= SGLevel -Pcl +Ga ERP(dBm)=EIRP-2.15

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Radiated Power (E.I.R.P) for GSM1900

SG

Frequency

Pcl

Factor

EIRP

Polarization Level

(MHz)

(dBm)

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

1850.2

H

25.18

3.76

8.90

30.32

1880

H

25.24

3.91

8.90

30.23

1909.8

H

25.15

3.93

8.90

30.12

1850.2

V

24.87

3.76

8.90

30.01

1880

V

25.13

3.91

8.90

30.12

1909.8

V

25.24

3.93

8.90

30.21

EIRP
(W) 1.07647 1.05439 1.02802 1.00231 1.02802 1.04954

Radiated Power (E.I.R.P) for GPRS1900

SG

Frequency

Pcl

Factor

EIRP

Polarization Level

(MHz)

(dBm)

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

1850.2

H

24.98

3.76

8.90

30.12

1880

H

25.24

3.91

8.90

30.23

1909.8

H

25.14

3.93

8.90

30.11

1850.2

V

24.19

3.76

8.90

29.33

1880

V

24.18

3.91

8.90

29.17

1909.8

V

24.39

3.93

8.90

29.36

EIRP
(W) 1.02802 1.05439 1.02565 0.85704 0.82604 0.86298

Radiated Power (E.I.R.P) for EGPRS1900

Frequency Polarization

(MHz)

1850.2

H

1880

H

1909.8

H

1850.2

V

1880

V

1909.8

V

SG
Level (dBm) 25.07 25.66 25.61 24.51 24.47 24.41

Pcl
(dB) 3.76 3.91 3.93 3.76 3.91 3.93

Factor
(dB) 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90 8.90

EIRP
(dBm) 30.21 30.65 30.58 29.65 29.46 29.38

EIRP
(W) 1.04954 1.16145 1.14288 0.92257 0.88308 0.86696

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Frequency
(MHz) 1852.4 1880 1907.6 1852.4 1880 1907.6

Radiated Power (E.I.R.P) for UMTS band II

SG

Pcl

Factor

EIRP

Polarization Level

(dBm)

(dB)

(dB)

(dBm)

H

19.18

3.76

8.90

24.32

H

19.13

3.91

8.90

24.12

H

18.68

3.93

8.90

23.65

V

18.55

3.76

8.90

23.69

V

18.79

3.91

8.90

23.78

V

18.57

3.93

8.90

23.54

Note: SG Level= Signal generator output Pcl= cable loss Ga= Antenna Gain Peak EIRP(dBm)= SGLevel -Pcl +Ga ERP(dBm)=EIRP-2.15

EIRP
(W) 0.27040 0.25823 0.23174 0.23388 0.23878 0.22594

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7.3 CONDUCTED OUTPUT POWER
7.3.1 Applicable Standard
According to FCC Part 2.1046 and FCC Part 22.913(a)(2)) and FCC KDB 971168 D01 v03r01 Section 5.2
7.3.2 Conformance Limit
Extend coverage on a secondary basis into cellular unserved areas, as those areas are defined in §22.949, the ERP of base transmitters and cellular repeaters of such systems must not exceed 1000 Watts. The ERP of mobile transmitters and auxiliary test transmitters must not exceed 7 Watts(38.5dBm).
Mobile and portable stations are limited to 2 watts (33dBm)EIRP and the equipment must employ a means for limiting power to the minimum necessary for successful communications..
For CDMA2000 Power: Maxmum output power is verified on the Low,Middle and High channels according to procedures in section 4.4.5.2.of 3GPP2 C.S0011/TIA-98-E for 1Xrtt, section 3.1.2.3.4 of 3GPP2 C.S0033-0/TIA-866 for Rel.0 and section 4.3.4 of 3GPP2 C.S0033-A for Rev.A.
7.3.3 Measuring Instruments
The Measuring equipment is listed in the section 6.3 of this test report.
7.3.4 Test Setup
Please refer to Section 6.1 of this test report.
7.3.5 Test Procedure
Connect the EUT to Universal Radio Communication Tester CMU200 or CMU500 via the antenna connector. A call is set up by the SS according to the generic call set up procedure on a channel with ARFCN in the ARFCN range, power control level set to Max power. The frequency band is set as selected frequency, The RF output of the transmitter was connected to base station simulator. Set EUT at maximum average power by base station simulator. Set RBW = 1-5% of the OBW, not to exceed 1 MHz. Set VBW  3 × RBW. Number of points in sweep  2 × span / RBW. (This gives bin-to-bin spacing  RBW/2, so that narrowband signals are not lost between frequency bins.) Sweep time = auto. Detector = RMS (power averaging). Set sweep trigger to "free run". Trace average at least 100 traces in power averaging (i.e., RMS) mode; however, the number of traces to be averaged shall be increased above 100 as needed such that the average accurately represents the true average over the on and off periods of the transmitter. Compute power by integrating the spectrum across the OBW of the signal using the instrument's band power measurement function with band limits set equal to the OBW band edges. If the instrument does not have a band power function, sum the spectrum levels (in power units) at intervals equal to the RBW extending across the entire OBW of the spectrum. Add 10 log (1/x), where x is the duty cycle, to the measured power in order to compute the average power during the actual transmission times (because the measurement represents an average over both the on and off times of the transmission). For example, add 10 log (1/0.25) = 6 dB if the duty cycle is a constant 25%. Measure lowest, middle, and highest channels for each bandwidth and different modulation. Measure and record the results in the test report.

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EUT: Temperature:
Test Mode:

4G Feature phone
20 
GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900, UMTS band II/ UMTS band V

Model No.: Relative Humidity:
Test By:

Test data reference attachment

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7.4 FREQUENCY STABILITY
7.4.1 Applicable Standard
According to FCC Part 2.1055 and FCC Part 22.355 and FCC KDB 971168 D01 v03r01 Section 9.0
7.4.2 Conformance Limit
The frequency stability shall be measured by variation of ambient temperature and variation of primary supply voltage to ensure that the fundamental emission stays within the authorized frequency block. The frequency stability of the transmitter shall be maintained within ±0.00025% (±2.5ppm) of the center frequency.
7.4.3 Measuring Instruments
The Measuring equipment is listed in the section 6.3 of this test report.
7.4.4 Test Setup
Please refer to Section 6.1 of this test report.
7.4.5 Test Procedure
Connect the EUT to Universal Radio Communication Tester CMU200 or CMU500 via the antenna connector. A call is set up by the SS according to the generic call set up procedure on a channel with ARFCN in the ARFCN range, power control level set to Max power. MS TXPWR_MAX_CCH is set to the maximum value supported by the Power Class of the Mobile under test. EUT was placed at temperature chamber and connected to an external power supply. Temperature and voltage condition shall be tested to confirm frequency stability. For Temperature Variation 1. The testing follows FCC KDB 971168 D01 v03 Section 9.0. 2. The EUT was set up in the thermal chamber and connected with the system simulator. 3. With power OFF, the temperature was decreased to -30°C and the EUT was stabilized before testing.
Power was applied and the maximum change in frequency was recorded within one minute. 4. With power OFF, the temperature was raised in 10°C steps up to 50°C. The EUT was stabilized at each
step for at least half an hour. Power was applied and the maximum frequency change was recorded within one minute. For Voltage Variation 1. The testing follows FCC KDB 971168 D01 v03 Section 9.0. 2. The EUT was placed in a temperature chamber at 25±5°C and connected with the system simulator. 3. The power supply voltage to the EUT was varied from 85% to 115% of the nominal value measured at the input to the EUT. 4. The variation in frequency was measured for the worst case.

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Results: PASS

4G Feature phone
20 
GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900, UMTS band II/ UMTS band V

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Frequency Error Against Voltage for GSM 850 band(Mid CH)

Voltage (V)

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

3.15

13

0.01554

3.7

20

0.02391

4.26

21

0.02511

Frequency Error Against Temperature for GSM 850 band(Mid CH)

Temperature ()

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

-30

12

0.01435

-20

3

0.00359

-10

9

0.01076

0

26

0.03109

10

17

0.02033

20

2

0.00239

30

7

0.00837

40

7

0.00837

50

10

0.01196

Frequency Error Against Voltage for GPRS850 band(Mid CH)

Voltage (V)

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

3.15

9

0.01076

3.7

25

0.02989

4.26

2

0.00239

Frequency Error Against Temperature for GPRS850 band(Mid CH)

Temperature ()

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

-30

3

0.00359

-20

5

0.00598

-10

9

0.01076

0

2

0.00239

10

16

0.01913

20

7

0.00837

30

16

0.01913

40

11

0.01315

50

3

0.00359

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Voltage (V)

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

3.15

6

0.00717

3.7

23

0.02750

4.26

12

0.01435

Frequency Error Against Temperature for EGPRS850 band(Mid CH)

Temperature ()

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

-30

8

0.00956

-20

5

0.00598

-10

8

0.00956

0

16

0.01913

10

7

0.00837

20

12

0.01435

30

3

0.00359

40

4

0.00478

50

3

0.00359

Note: 1. Normal Voltage = 3.7V; Battery End Point (BEP) = 3.15V; Maximum Voltage =4.26V 2. The frequency fundamental emissions stay within the authorized frequency block based on the
frequency deviation measured is small.

Frequency Error Against Voltage for UMTS band V(Mid CH)

Voltage (V)

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

3.15

5

0.00598

3.7

8

0.00956

4.26

6

0.00717

Frequency Error Against Temperature for UMTS band V (Mid CH)

Temperature ()

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

-30

2

0.00239

-20

12

0.01434

-10

15

0.01793

0

18

0.02152

10

13

0.01554

20

3

0.00359

30

5

0.00598

40

4

0.00478

50

13

0.01554

Note: 1. Normal Voltage = 3.7V; Battery End Point (BEP) = 3.15V; Maximum Voltage =4.26V 2. The frequency fundamental emissions stay w ithin the authorized frequency block based on the
frequency deviation measured is small.

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Frequency Error Against Voltage for PCS 1900 band (Mid CH)

Voltage (V)

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

3.15

24

0.01277

3.7

17

0.00904

4.26

8

0.00426

Frequency Error Against Temperature for PCS 1900 band (Mid CH)

Temperature ()

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

-30

7

0.00372

-20

4

0.00213

-10

7

0.00372

0

14

0.00745

10

2

0.00106

20

13

0.00691

30

11

0.00585

40

14

0.00745

50

6

0.00319

Frequency Error Against Voltage for GPRS1900 band (Mid CH)

Voltage (V)

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

3.15

25

0.01330

3.7

15

0.00798

4.26

8

0.00426

Frequency Error Against Temperature for GPRS1900 band (Mid CH)

Temperature ()

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

-30

13

0.00691

-20

19

0.01011

-10

15

0.00798

0

3

0.00160

10

4

0.00213

20

4

0.00213

30

8

0.00426

40

21

0.01117

50

18

0.00957

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Voltage (V)

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

3.15

21

0.01117

3.7

12

0.00638

4.26

9

0.00479

Frequency Error Against Temperature for EGPRS1900 band (Mid CH)

Temperature ()

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

-30

12

0.00638

-20

13

0.00691

-10

5

0.00266

0

6

0.00319

10

10

0.00532

20

22

0.01170

30

12

0.00638

40

14

0.00745

50

12

0.00638

Note: 1. Normal Voltage = 3.7V; Battery End Point (BEP) = 3.15V; Maximum Voltage =4.26V 2. The frequency fundamental emissions stay within the authorized frequency block based on the
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Frequency Error Against Voltage for UMTS band II (Mid CH)

Voltage (V)

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

3.15

8

0.00426

3.7

10

0.00532

4.26

15

0.00798

Frequency Error Against Temperature for UMTS band II (Mid CH)

Temperature ()

Frequency Error (Hz)

Frequency Error (ppm)

-30

5

0.00266

-20

10

0.00532

-10

14

0.00745

0

17

0.00904

10

10

0.00532

20

7

0.00372

30

6

0.00319

40

3

0.00160

50

26

0.01383

Note: 1. Normal Voltage = 3.7V; Battery End Point (BEP) = 3.15V; Maximum Voltage =4.26V 2. The frequency fundamental emissions stay within the authorized frequency block based on the
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7.5 PEAK-TO-AVERAGE RATIO 7.5.1 Applicable Standard
According to Subclause 5.2.3.4 of ANSI C63.26-2015 and FCC KDB 971168 D01 Section 5.7.1
7.5.2 Conformance Limit
The peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) of the transmitter output power must not exceed 13 dB. The PAPR measurements should be made using either an instrument with complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) capabilities to determine that PAPR will not exceed 13 dB for more than 0.1 percent of the time or other Commission approved procedure. The measurement must be performed using a signal corresponding to the highest PAPR expected during periods of continuous transmission.
7.5.3 Measuring Instruments
The Measuring equipment is listed in the section 6.3 of this test report.
7.5.4 Test Setup
Please refer to Section 6.1 of this test report.
7.5.5 Test Procedure
The EUT was connected to Spectrum Analyzer and Base Station via power divider. 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. Set the number of counts to a value that stabilizes the measured CCDF curve. Set the measurement interval to 1 ms. Record the maximum PAPR level associated with a probability of 0.1%. a) Refer to instrument's analyzer instruction manual for details on how to use the power statistics/CCDF function; b) Set resolution/measurement bandwidth  signal's occupied bandwidth; c) Set the number of counts to a value that stabilizes the measured CCDF curve; d) Set the measurement interval as follows: 1) for continuous transmissions, set to 1 ms, 2) for burst transmissions, employ an external trigger that is synchronized with the EUT burst timing sequence, or use the internal burst trigger with a trigger level that allows the burst to stabilize and set the measurement interval to a time that is less than or equal to the burst duration. e) Record the maximum PAPR level associated with a probability of 0.1%.

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EUT:

4G Feature phone

Temperature: 20 

Test Mode:

GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900, UMTS band II/ UMTS band V

Results: PASS

The Test data reference attachment:

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7.6 26DB BANDWIDTH AND 99% OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH
7.6.1 Applicable Standard
According to FCC Part 2.1049 and FCC Part 22H and FCC KDB 971168 D01 Section 4
7.6.2 Conformance Limit
The occupied bandwidth is the width of a frequency band such that, below the lower and above the upper frequency limits, the mean powers emitted are each equal to a specified percentage 0.5% of the total mean transmitted power. The 26 dB emission bandwidth is defined as the frequency range between two points, one above and one below the carrier frequency, at which the spectral density of the emission is attenuated 26 dB below the maximum in-band spectral density of the modulated signal. Spectral density (power per unit bandwidth) is to be measured with a detector of resolution bandwidth equal to approximately 1.0% of the emission bandwidth.
7.6.3 Measuring Instruments
The Measuring equipment is listed in the section 6.3 of this test report.
7.6.4 Test Setup
Please refer to Section 6.1 of this test report.
7.6.5 Test Procedure
The testing follows FCC KDB 971168 v03 Section 4. The EUT was connected to Spectrum Analyzer and Base Station via power divider. 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. The spectrum analyzer center frequency is set to the nominal EUT channel center frequency. The span range for the spectrum analyzer shall be between two and five times the anticipated OBW. The nominal resolution bandwidth (RBW) shall be in the range of 1 to 5 % of the anticipated OBW, and the VBW shall be at least 3 times the RBW. Set the detection mode to peak, and the trace mode to max hold. Determine the reference value: Set the EUT to transmit a modulated signal. Allow the trace to stabilize. Set the spectrum analyzer marker to the highest level of the displayed trace. (this is the reference value) Determine the "-26 dB down amplitude" as equal to (Reference Value ­ X). Place two markers, one at the lowest and the other at the highest frequency of the envelope of the spectral display such that each marker is at or slightly below the "­X dB down amplitude" determined in step 6. If a marker is below this "-X dB down amplitude" value it shall be placed as close as possible to this value. The OBW is the positive frequency difference between the two markers. Use the 99 % power bandwidth function of the spectrum analyzer and report the measured bandwidth.

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EUT:

4G Feature phone

Temperature: 20 

GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, Test Mode: GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900,
UMTS band II/ UMTS band V

Results: PASS

The Test data reference attachment:

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7.7 CONDUCTED BAND EDGE 7.7.1 Applicable Standard
According to FCC Part 2.1051 and FCC Part 22.917(a) and FCC KDB 971168 D01 Section6. 7.7.2 Conformance Limit
The power of any emission outside of the authorized operating frequency ranges must be lower than the transmitter power (P) by a factor of at least 43 + 10 log (P) dB.

7.7.3 Measuring Instruments The Measuring equipment is listed in the section 6.3 of this test report.

7.7.4 Test Setup Please refer to Section 6.1 of this test report.

7.7.5 Test Procedure
The testing follows FCC KDB 971168 v03 Section 6. The EUT was connected to Spectrum Analyzer and Base Station via power divider. 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. The band edges of low and high channels for the highest RF powers were measured. The RF fundamental frequency should be excluded against the limit line in the operating frequency band. The limit line is derived from 43 + 10log(P) dB below the transmitter power P(Watts)
= P(W) - [43 + 10log(P) ] (dB) = [30 + 10log(P)] (dBm) - [43 + 10log(P) ] (dB) = -13dBm.
7.7.6 Test Results

EUT:

4G Feature phone

Temperature: 20 

Test Mode:

GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900, UMTS band II/ UMTS band V

Results: PASS

The Test data reference attachment:

Model No.:

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7.8 CONDUCTED SPURIOUS EMISSION AT ANTENNA TERMINAL 7.8.1 Applicable Standard
According to FCC Part 2.1051 and FCC Part 22.917(a) and FCC KDB 971168 D01 Section6. 7.8.2 Conformance Limit
The power of any emission outside of the authorized operating frequency ranges must be lower than the transmitter power (P) by a factor of at least 43 + 10 log (P) dB. It is measured by means of a calibrated spectrum analyzer and scanned from 30 MHz up to a frequency including its 10th harmonic.
7.8.3 Measuring Instruments
The Measuring equipment is listed in the section 6.3 of this test report.
7.8.4 Test Setup
Please refer to Section 6.1 of this test report.
7.8.5 Test Procedure
The testing follows FCC KDB 971168 v03 Section 6. The EUT was connected to Spectrum Analyzer and Base Station via power divider. 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. The middle channel for the highest RF power within the transmitting frequency was measured. The conducted spurious emission for the whole frequency range was taken. The RF fundamental frequency should be excluded against the limit line in the operating frequency band. The limit line is derived from 43 + 10log(P) dB below the transmitter power P(Watts)
= P(W) - [43 + 10log(P)] (dB) = [30 + 10log(P)] (dBm) - [43 + 10log(P)] (dB) = -13dBm.

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EUT:

4G Feature phone

Temperature: 20 

Test Mode:

GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850, GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 1900, UMTS band II/ UMTS band V

Results: PASS

The Test data reference attachment:

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8 TEST REQUIREMENTS
8.1 2G

8.1.1 Conducted output power

Band EGPRS1900 1 Slot EGPRS1900 1 Slot EGPRS1900 1 Slot EGPRS1900 2 Slot EGPRS1900 2 Slot EGPRS1900 2 Slot EGPRS1900 3 Slot EGPRS1900 3 Slot EGPRS1900 3 Slot EGPRS1900 4 Slot EGPRS1900 4 Slot EGPRS1900 4 Slot EGPRS850 1 Slot EGPRS850 1 Slot EGPRS850 1 Slot EGPRS850 2 Slot EGPRS850 2 Slot EGPRS850 2 Slot EGPRS850 3 Slot EGPRS850 3 Slot EGPRS850 3 Slot EGPRS850 4 Slot EGPRS850 4 Slot EGPRS850 4 Slot

Channel 512 661 810 512 661 810 512 661 810 512 661 810 128 189 251 128 189 251 128 189 251 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 1850.2 1880 1909.8 1850.2 1880 1909.8 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8 824.2 836.4 848.8 824.2 836.4 848.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Power (dBm) 30.11 30.75 31.10 28.39 28.68 28.45 26.71 27.02 26.77 24.73 25.06 24.79 33.58 33.66 33.60 31.49 31.44 31.42 29.59 29.51 29.45 27.44 27.37 27.35

Verdict 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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8.1.2 Peak-to-Average Ratio

Band EGPRS1900 EGPRS1900 EGPRS1900 EGPRS850 EGPRS850 EGPRS850

Channel 512 661 810 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Result (dB) 2.99 2.95 2.88 2.76 2.76 2.77

high Limit (dB) 13 13 13 13 13 13

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.1.3 Occupied bandwidth

Band EGPRS1900 EGPRS1900 EGPRS1900 EGPRS850 EGPRS850 EGPRS850

Channel 512 661 810 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

99% OBW (kHz) 237.891 239.721 240.835 244.117 246.724 245.186

-26dB EBW (kHz) 309.552 312.917 320.344 323.810 323.781 321.511

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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Band

Channel

EGPRS1900 512 EGPRS1900 810 EGPRS850 128 EGPRS850 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1909.8 824.2 848.8

Spur Freq (MHz) 1850.00 1910.01 823.98 849.02

Spur Level (dBm) -31.29 -29.76 -26.83 -27.91

EGPRS1900 Channel=512

Limit (dBm)
-13 -13 -13 -13

Verdict
PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.1.5 Out-of-band emissions

Band

Channel

EGPRS1900 512 EGPRS1900 661 EGPRS1900 810 EGPRS850 128 EGPRS850 189 EGPRS850 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Spur Freq (MHz)
25932.22 25915.01 25976.56 25963.98 26099.64 25524.58

Spur Level (dBm) -18.60 -18.71 -18.76 -20.09 -19.99 -20.47

EGPRS1900 Channel=512

Limit (dBm)
-13 -13 -13 -13 -13 -13

Verdict
PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.1.6 Conducted output power

Band GPRS1900 1 Slot GPRS1900 1 Slot GPRS1900 1 Slot GPRS1900 2 Slot GPRS1900 2 Slot GPRS1900 2 Slot GPRS1900 3 Slot GPRS1900 3 Slot GPRS1900 3 Slot GPRS1900 4 Slot GPRS1900 4 Slot GPRS1900 4 Slot GPRS850 1 Slot GPRS850 1 Slot GPRS850 1 Slot GPRS850 2 Slot GPRS850 2 Slot GPRS850 2 Slot GPRS850 3 Slot GPRS850 3 Slot GPRS850 3 Slot GPRS850 4 Slot GPRS850 4 Slot GPRS850 4 Slot

Channel 512 661 810 512 661 810 512 661 810 512 661 810 128 189 251 128 189 251 128 189 251 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 1850.2 1880 1909.8 1850.2 1880 1909.8 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8 824.2 836.4 848.8 824.2 836.4 848.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Power (dBm) 30.13 30.76 31.11 28.44 28.72 28.49 26.72 27.11 26.82 24.74 25.10 24.82 33.62 33.74 33.64 31.60 31.53 31.46 29.68 29.61 29.56 27.55 27.49 27.42

Verdict 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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8.1.7 Peak-to-Average Ratio

Band GPRS1900 GPRS1900 GPRS1900 GPRS850 GPRS850 GPRS850

Channel 512 661 810 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Result (dB) 3.05 3.00 2.94 2.75 2.74 2.75

high Limit (dB) 13 13 13 13 13 13

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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Band GPRS1900 GPRS1900 GPRS1900 GPRS850 GPRS850 GPRS850

Channel 512 661 810 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

99% OBW (kHz) 244.431 243.387 238.319 243.472 247.495 239.100

-26dB EBW (kHz) 313.256 314.135 312.218 312.545 313.839 308.418

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.1.9 Band edge
Band Channel
GPRS1900 512 GPRS1900 810 GPRS850 128 GPRS850 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1909.8 824.2 848.8

Spur Freq (MHz) 1849.98 1910.01 823.98 849.01

Spur Level (dBm) -31.48 -31.01 -26.11 -27.84

GPRS1900 Channel=512

Limit (dBm)
-13 -13 -13 -13

Verdict
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Band Channel
GPRS1900 512 GPRS1900 661 GPRS1900 810 GPRS850 128 GPRS850 189 GPRS850 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Spur Freq (MHz)
25913.03 26093.69 25958.03 25572.89 25553.04 26153.24

Spur Level (dBm) -18.97 -19.10 -19.23 -19.89 -20.27 -20.17

GPRS1900 Channel=661

Limit (dBm)
-13 -13 -13 -13 -13 -13

Verdict
PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.1.11 Conducted output power

Band GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM850 GSM850 GSM850

Channel 512 661 810 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Power (dBm) 30.14 30.77 31.12 33.56 33.62 33.54

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

8.1.12 Peak-to-Average Ratio

Band GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM850 GSM850 GSM850

Channel 512 661 810 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Result (dB) 3.00 2.96 2.89 2.73 2.72 2.74

high Limit (dB) 13 13 13 13 13 13

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.1.13 Occupied bandwidth

Band GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM850 GSM850 GSM850

Channel 512 661 810 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

99% OBW (kHz) 239.677 237.693 240.881 244.465 240.192 237.879

-26dB EBW (kHz) 311.231 321.276 303.967 311.913 300.795 301.319

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.1.14 Band edge

Band GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM850 GSM850

Channel 512 810 128 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1909.8 824.2 848.8

Spur Freq (MHz) 1850.00 1910.02 824.00 849.01

Spur Level (dBm) -29.02 -28.69 -26.90 -26.73

Limit (dBm) -13 -13 -13 -13

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.1.15 Out-of-band emissions

Band GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM1900 GSM850 GSM850 GSM850

Channel 512 661 810 128 189 251

Frequency (MHz) 1850.2 1880 1909.8 824.2 836.4 848.8

Spur Freq (MHz) 25832.96 26011.63 25861.41 25737.66 25906.41 26064.57

Spur Level (dBm) -19.00 -18.70 -18.95 -19.72 -19.65 -20.03

Limit (dBm) -13 -13 -13 -13 -13 -13

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.2.1 Conducted output power

Band WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5

Channel 9262 9400 9538 4132 4182 4233

Frequency (MHz) 1852.4 1880 1907.6 826.4 836.4 846.6

Power (dBm) 24.62 24.76 24.68 23.28 23.15 23.06

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

8.2.2 Peak-to-Average Ratio

Band WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5

Channel 9262 9400 9538 4132 4182 4233

Frequency (MHz) 1852.4 1880 1907.6 826.4 836.4 846.6

Result (dB) 2.71 2.77 2.77 3.12 3.09 3.09

high Limit (dB) 13 13 13 13 13 13

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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Band WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5

Channel 9262 9400 9538 4132 4182 4233

Frequency (MHz) 1852.4 1880 1907.6 826.4 836.4 846.6

99% OBW (kHz) 4151.251 4148.312 4161.421 4143.057 4128.059 4154.804

-26dB EBW (kHz) 4685.377 4670.877 4684.528 4667.922 4660.909 4642.509

Verdict PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

WCDMA Band2 Channel=9262

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8.2.4 Band edge

Band
WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5

Channel
9262 9538 4132 4233

Frequency (MHz) 1852.4 1907.6 826.4 846.6

Spur Freq (MHz) 1850.00 1910.00 824.00 849.00

Spur Level (dBm) -23.79 -23.91 -27.79 -27.00

WCDMA Band2 Channel=9262

Limit (dBm)
-13 -13 -13 -13

Verdict
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8.2.5 Out-of-band emissions

Band
WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band2 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5 WCDMA Band5

Channel
9262 9400 9538 4132 4182 4233

Frequency (MHz) 1852.4 1880 1907.6 826.4 836.4 846.6

Spur Freq (MHz)
19944.08 19816.28 19588.12 7400.32 3188.50 3008.54

Spur Level (dBm) -22.48 -22.41 -22.95 -29.25 -29.87 -29.46

WCDMA Band2 Channel=9262

Limit (dBm)
-13 -13 -13 -13 -13 -13

Verdict
PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS PASS

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8.2.6 Conducted output power

Band HSDPA Band2 Subtest1 HSDPA Band2 Subtest2 HSDPA Band2 Subtest3 HSDPA Band2 Subtest4 HSDPA Band2 Subtest1 HSDPA Band2 Subtest2 HSDPA Band2 Subtest3 HSDPA Band2 Subtest4 HSDPA Band2 Subtest1 HSDPA Band2 Subtest2 HSDPA Band2 Subtest3 HSDPA Band2 Subtest4 HSDPA Band5 Subtest1 HSDPA Band5 Subtest2 HSDPA Band5 Subtest3 HSDPA Band5 Subtest4 HSDPA Band5 Subtest1 HSDPA Band5 Subtest2 HSDPA Band5 Subtest3 HSDPA Band5 Subtest4 HSDPA Band5 Subtest1 HSDPA Band5 Subtest2 HSDPA Band5 Subtest3 HSDPA Band5 Subtest4

Channel 9262 9262 9262 9262 9400 9400 9400 9400 9538 9538 9538 9538 4132 4132 4132 4132 4182 4182 4182 4182 4233 4233 4233 4233

Frequency (MHz) 1852.4 1852.4 1852.4 1852.4 1880 1880 1880 1880 1907.6 1907.6 1907.6 1907.6 826.4 826.4 826.4 826.4 836.4 836.4 836.4 836.4 846.6 846.6 846.6 846.6

Power (dBm) 22.32 21.82 21.50 21.36 21.75 21.40 21.13 20.98 22.44 22.04 21.97 21.80 23.26 22.91 22.55 22.55 22.75 22.60 22.31 22.18 22.78 22.60 22.32 22.27

Verdict 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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8.2.7 Conducted output power

Band HSUPA Band2 Subtest1 HSUPA Band2 Subtest2 HSUPA Band2 Subtest3 HSUPA Band2 Subtest4 HSUPA Band2 Subtest5 HSUPA Band2 Subtest1 HSUPA Band2 Subtest2 HSUPA Band2 Subtest3 HSUPA Band2 Subtest4 HSUPA Band2 Subtest5 HSUPA Band2 Subtest1 HSUPA Band2 Subtest2 HSUPA Band2 Subtest3 HSUPA Band2 Subtest4 HSUPA Band2 Subtest5 HSUPA Band5 Subtest1 HSUPA Band5 Subtest2 HSUPA Band5 Subtest3 HSUPA Band5 Subtest4 HSUPA Band5 Subtest5 HSUPA Band5 Subtest1 HSUPA Band5 Subtest2 HSUPA Band5 Subtest3 HSUPA Band5 Subtest4 HSUPA Band5 Subtest5 HSUPA Band5 Subtest1 HSUPA Band5 Subtest2 HSUPA Band5 Subtest3 HSUPA Band5 Subtest4 HSUPA Band5 Subtest5

Channel 9262 9262 9262 9262 9262 9400 9400 9400 9400 9400 9538 9538 9538 9538 9538 4132 4132 4132 4132 4132 4182 4182 4182 4182 4182 4233 4233 4233 4233 4233

Frequency (MHz) 1852.4 1852.4 1852.4 1852.4 1852.4 1880 1880 1880 1880 1880 1907.6 1907.6 1907.6 1907.6 1907.6 826.4 826.4 826.4 826.4 826.4 836.4 836.4 836.4 836.4 836.4 846.6 846.6 846.6 846.6 846.6

Power (dBm) 22.09 22.18 21.71 22.08 21.92 21.59 21.60 21.23 21.33 21.40 22.31 22.36 22.24 22.02 22.17 23.27 23.12 22.74 23.06 23.00 22.43 22.78 22.55 22.68 22.53 22.58 22.74 22.43 22.76 22.60

Verdict 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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