KR19-SRF0121-A Part 90 part 2

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          5M BW / QPSK / Low ch.                                 5M BW / 16QAM / Low ch.




          5M BW / QPSK / High ch.                                5M BW / 16QAM / High ch.




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          10M BW / QPSK / Mid ch.                                10M BW / 16QAM / Mid ch.




          15M BW / QPSK / Mid ch.                                15M BW / 16QAM / Mid ch.




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7.4.    Band Edge Emissions at Antenna Terminal
Test setup
                                                                                                Mobile
        EUT                                        Divider
                                                                                               Test Unit



                                                                                               Spectrum
                                                  Attenuator
                                                                                               Analyzer


Limit
According to §90.691(a), Out-of-band emission requirement shall apply only to the “outer” channels
included in an EA license and to spectrum adjacent to interior channels used by incumbent licensees.
The emission limits are as follows:

(1) For any frequency removed from the EA licensee’s frequency block by up to and including 37.5
㎑, the power of any emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in watts by at least
116 Log10(f/6.1) decibels or 50 + 10Log10(P) decibels or 80 decibels, whichever is the lesser
attenuation, where f is the frequency removed from the center of the outer channel in the block in
kilohertz where f is greater than 12.5 ㎑.

(2) For any frequency removed from the EA licensee’s frequency block greater than 37.5 ㎑, the
power of any emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in watts by at least 43 +
10Log10(P) decibels or 80 decibels, whichever is the lesser attenuation, where f is the frequency
removed from the center of the outer channel in the block in kilohertz and where f is greater than 37.5
㎑.

Test procedure
971168 D01 v03r01 - Section 6
ANSI C63.26-2015 – Section 5.7

Test settings
  1)    Start frequency was set to 30 ㎒ and stop frequency was set to at least 10th the
        fundamental frequency.
  2)    Span was set large enough so as to capture all out of band emissions near the band edge.
  3)    Set the RBW > 1% of the emission bandwidth.
  4)    Set the VBW ≥ 3 x RBW.
  5)    Set the number of sweep points ≥ 2 x Span/RBW
  6)    Detector = RMS
  7)    Trace mode = trace average
  8)    Sweep time should be auto for peak detection. For RMS detection the sweep time should
        be set as follows:
                 a) If the device can be configured to transmit continuously (duty cycle ≥ 98%),
                   set the (sweep time) > (number of points in sweep) x (symbol period)
                   (e.g., by a factor of 10 x symbol period x number of points)
                   Increasing the sweep time (i.e., slowing the sweep speed) will allow for averaging
                   over multiple symbols.
                 b) If the device cannot transmit continuously (duty cycle < 98%), a gated sweep

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                      shall be used when possible (i.e., gate triggered such that the analyzer only
                      sweeps when the device is transmitting at full power), set the sweep time >
                      (number of points in sweep) x (symbol period) but the sweep time shall always be
                      maintained at a value that is less than or equal to the minimum transmission time
                   c) If the device cannot be configured to transmit continuously (duty cycle > 98%),
                      and a free-running sweep must be used, set the sweep time so that the
                      averaging is performed over multiple on/off cycles by setting the sweep time
                      > (number of points in sweep) × (transmitter period) (i.e., the transmit on-time +
                      the off-time). The spectrum analyzer readings shall subsequently be corrected by
                      [10 log (1/duty cycle)]. This assumes that the transmission period and duty cycle
                      is relatively constant (duty cycle variation ≤ ±2%).
                   d) If the device cannot be configured to transmit continuously and a free-running
                      sweep must be used, and if the transmissions exhibit a non-constant duty cycle
                      (duty cycle variations > ±2%), set the sweep time so that the averaging is
                      performed over the on-period by setting the sweep time > (symbol period) ×
                      (number of points), while also maintaining the sweep time < (transmitter on-time).
                      The trace mode shall be set to max hold, since not every display point will be
                      averaged only over just the on-time. Thus, multiple sweeps (e.g., 100) in
                      maximum hold art necessary to ensure that the maximum power is measured.
  9)      Allow trace to fully stabilize.

Notes:
1. Compliance with these rules is based on the use of measurement instrumentation employing a
   resolution bandwidth of 1 ㎒ or greater. however in the 1 ㎒ 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 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 ㏈ below the transmitter power.
2. The EUT was setup to maximum output power as its lowest and highest channel with all bandwidth,
   modulation and RB configurations.




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Test results
Test mode: LTE Band 26
      1.4M BW / QPSK / Low ch. / 1RB                         1.4M BW / QPSK / High ch. / 1RB




     1.4M BW / QPSK / Low ch. / FRB                          1.4M BW / QPSK / High ch. / FRB




    1.4M BW / 16QAM / Low ch. / 1RB                         1.4M BW / 16QAM / High ch. / 1RB




    1.4M BW / 16QAM / Low ch. / FRB                         1.4M BW / 16QAM / High ch. / FRB




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      3M BW / QPSK / Low ch. / 1RB                            3M BW / QPSK / High ch. / 1RB




      3M BW / QPSK / Low ch. / FRB                            3M BW / QPSK / High ch. / FRB




      3M BW / 16QAM / Low ch. / 1RB                          3M BW / 16QAM / High ch. / 1RB




      3M BW / 16QAM / Low ch. / FRB                          3M BW / 16QAM / High ch. / FRB




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      5M BW / QPSK / Low ch. / 1RB                            5M BW / QPSK / High ch. / 1RB




      5M BW / QPSK / Low ch. / FRB                            5M BW / QPSK / High ch. / FRB




      5M BW / 16QAM / Low ch. / 1RB                          5M BW / 16QAM / High ch. / 1RB




      5M BW / 16QAM / Low ch. / FRB                          5M BW / 16QAM / High ch. / FRB




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 10M BW / QPSK / Mid ch. / Lower / 1RB                  10M BW / 16QAM / Mid ch. / Lower / 1RB




 10M BW / QPSK / Mid ch. / Upper / 1RB                  10M BW / 16QAM / Mid ch. / Upper / 1RB




      10M BW / QPSK / Mid ch. / FRB                          10M BW / 16QAM / Mid ch. / FRB




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 15M BW / QPSK / Mid ch. / Lower / 1RB                  15M BW / 16QAM / Mid ch. / Lower / 1RB




 15M BW / QPSK / Mid ch. / Upper / 1RB                  15M BW / 16QAM / Mid ch. / Upper / 1RB




      15M BW / QPSK / Mid ch. / FRB                          15M BW / 16QAM / Mid ch. / FRB




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7.5.    Frequency stability
Test setup
 Temp & Humidity chamber                                                                        Mobile
                                                   Divider
                                                                                               Test Unit

           EUT

                                                                                               Spectrum
                                                  Attenuator
                                                                                               Analyzer


Limit
According to §2.1055(a),
The frequency stability shall be measured with variation of ambient temperature as follows:
        1) From -30°to + 50°centigrade for all equipment except that specified in paragraphs (a)
          (2) and (3) of this section.
        2) From -20° to + 50°centigrade for equipment to be licensed for use in the maritime
          services under part 80 of this chapter, except for class A, B, and S emergency position
          indicating radiobeacons (EPIRBS), and equipment to be licensed for use above 952 ㎒
          at operational fixed stations in all services, stations in the local television transmission
          service and point-to-point microwave radio service under part 21 of this chapter,
          equipment licensed for use aboard aircraft in the aviation services under part 87 of this
          chapter, and equipment authorized for use in the family radio service under part 95 of
          this chapter.
        3) From 0° to + 50° centigrade for equipment to be licensed for use in the radio broadcast
          Services under part 73 of this chapter.

According to §2.1055(d),
The frequency stability shall be measured with variation of primary supply Voltage as follows:
        1) Vary primary supply voltage from 85 to 115 percent of the nominal value for other than
          hand carried battery equipment.
        2) For hand carried, battery powered equipment, reduce primary supply voltage to the
          battery operating and point which shall be specified by the manufacturer.
        3) The supply voltage shall be measured at the input to the cable normally provided with the
          equipment, or at the power supply terminals if cables are not normally provided. Effects
          on frequency of transmitter keying (except for broadcast transmitters) and any heating
          element cycling at the nominal supply voltage and at each extreme also shall be shown.

According to §90.213
For mobile devices operating in the 809 to 824 ㎒ band at a power level 2 Watts or less, the limit
specified in Table is ±2.5 ppm.




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Test procedure
ANSI 63.26-2015 – Section 5.6

Test settings
  1)    The carrier frequency of the transmitter is measured at room temperature.
        (20°C to provide a reference)
  2)    The equipment is turned on in a “standby” condition for one minute before applying power
        to the transmitter. Measurement of the carrier frequency of the transmitter is made within
        one minute after applying power to the transmitter.
  3)    Frequency measurements are made at 10°C intervals ranging from -30°C to +50°C.
        A period of at least one half-hour is provided to allow stabilization of the equipment at each
        Temperature level.




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Test results


 Test mode                    :    LTE Band 26
 Frequency (㎐)                :    819 000 000
 Channel                      :    26740
 Deviation limit              :    ±0.00025% or 2.5ppm


  Voltage          Power          Temp.     Frequency          Frequency                   Deviation
    (%)             (V)            (°C)        (㎐)              error (㎐)          (ppm)               (%)
                              +22(Ref)      818 999 998            -1.53             0.0            0.000000
                                   -30      818 999 997            -2.19             0.0            0.000000
                                   -20      818 999 996            -3.05             0.0            0.000000
                                   -10      818 999 998            -1.26             0.0            0.000000
                                    0       818 999 998            -1.26             0.0            0.000000
   100%            3.85
                                   +10      819 000 000            0.53              0.0            0.000000
                                   +20      818 999 998            -1.77             0.0            0.000000
                                   +30      818 999 998            -1.40             0.0            0.000000
                                   +40      818 999 997            -2.05             0.0            0.000000
                                   +50      818 999 999            -0.36             0.0            0.000000
   115%            4.43            +22      818 999 998            -1.50             0.0            0.000000
 End point         2.55            +22      818 999 999            -0.19             0.0            0.000000




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7.6.    Radiated Power (ERP/EIRP)
Test setup

The diagram below shows the test setup that is utilized to make the measurements for emission from
30 ㎒ to 1 ㎓ emissions.




The diagram below shows the test setup that is utilized to make the measurements for emission from
1 ㎓ to the tenth harmonic of the highest fundamental frequency or to 40 ㎓ emissions, whichever
is lower.




The diagram below shows the test setup for substituted method.




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Limit
According to §90.635(b), the maximum output power of the transmitter for mobile stations is 100
watts(20 ㏈w).

Test procedure
971168 D01 v03r01 - Section 5.2 and 5.8
ANSI 63.26-2015 – Section 5.2
ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016 - Section 2.2.17

Test settings
  1)    RBW = 1 % to 5 % of the OBW.
  2)    VBW ≥ 3 × RBW.
  3)    SPAN = 2 × to 3 × the OBW.
  4)    Number of measurement points in sweep ≥ 2 × span / RBW.
  5)    Sweep time :
        1) Auto couple, or
        2) ≥ [10 × (number of points in sweep) × (transmission period)] for single sweep
            (automation-compatible) measurement. Transmission period is the on and off time of the
            transmitter.
  6)    Detector = RMS
  7)    If the EUT can be configured to transmit continuously, then set the trigger to free run.
  8)    If the EUT cannot be configured to transmit continuously, then use a sweep trigger with the
        level set to enable triggering only on full power bursts and configure the EUT to transmit at
        full power for the entire duration of each sweep. Verify that the sweep time is less than or
        equal to the transmission burst duration. Time gating can also be used under similar
        constraints (i.e., configured such that measurement data is collected only during active full
        -power transmissions).
  9)    Trace mode = trace averaging (RMS) over 100 sweeps.
  10) Compute the power by integrating the spectrum across the OBW of the signal using the
        instrument’s band or channel power measurement function, with the band/channel limits
        set equal to the OBW band edges. If the instrument does not have a band or channel
        power function, then sum the spectrum levels (in linear power units) at intervals equal to the
        RBW extending across the entire OBW of the spectrum.
  11) Allow trace to fully stabilize.




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Notes:
1. On a test site, the EUT shall be placed at 80 cm height on a turn table, and in the position close
   To normal use as declared by the applicant.
2. The test antenna shall be oriented initially for vertical polarization located 3 m from EUT to
   Correspond to the fundamental frequency of the transmitter.
3. The turntable is rotated through 360°, and the receiving antenna scans in order to determine the
   Level of the maximized emission.
4. The test antenna shall be raised and lowered again through the specified range of height until the
   maximum signal level is detected by the measuring receiver.
5. The maximum signal level detected by the measuring receiver shall be noted.
6. The EUT was replaced by half-wave dipole (1 ㎓ below) or horn antenna (1 ㎓ above) connected
   to a signal generator.
   The power is calculated by the following formula;
   Pd(㏈m) = Pg(㏈m) – Cable loss (㏈) + Antenna gain (㏈)
   Note. Pd is the dipole equivalent power and Pg is the generator output power into the substitution
          antenna.
7. The test antenna shall be raised and lowered through the specified range of height to ensure that
   The maximum signal is received.
8. The input signal to the substitution antenna shall be adjusted to the level that produces a level
   Detected by the measuring corrected for the change of input attenuator setting of the measuring
   Receiver.
9. The input level to the substitution antenna shall be recorded as power level in ㏈m, corrected for
   Any change of input attenuator setting of the measuring receiver.
10. The measurement shall be repeated with the test antenna and the substitution antenna
    Orientated for horizontal polarization.




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Test results

Test mode: LTE Band 26
                                                       Antenna                 Substitute
                             Frequency        Pol.                  C.L                             ERP
 Bandwidth     Modulation                               Gain                     Level
                                 [㎒]         [V/H]      [㏈i]        [㏈]          [㏈m]       [㏈m]          [W]
                                814.7          V        -0.40       3.67         25.17      21.10         0.129
                  QPSK
                                823.3          V        -0.60       3.69         25.32      21.03         0.127
    1.4 M
                                814.7          V        -0.40       3.67         24.05      19.98         0.100
                 16QAM
                                823.3          V        -0.60       3.69         24.16      19.87         0.097
                                815.5          V        -0.40       3.68         24.29      20.21         0.105
                  QPSK
                                822.5          V        -0.60       3.69         24.49      20.20         0.105
    3M
                                815.5          V        -0.40       3.68         23.94      19.86         0.097
                 16QAM
                                822.5          V        -0.60       3.69         23.77      19.48         0.089
                                816.5          V        -0.40       3.67         24.23      20.16         0.104
                  QPSK
                                821.5          V        -0.60       3.69         24.63      20.34         0.108
    5M
                                816.5          V        -0.40       3.67         23.73      19.66         0.092
                 16QAM
                                821.5          V        -0.60       3.69         24.00      19.71         0.094
                  QPSK          819.0          V        -0.40       3.68         24.49      20.41         0.110
    10 M
                 16QAM          819.0          V        -0.40       3.68         23.73      19.65         0.092
                  QPSK          821.5          V        -0.60       3.69         24.72      20.43         0.110
    15 M
                 16QAM          821.5          V        -0.60       3.69         24.11      19.82         0.096

Note.
1. E.R.P & E.I.R.P(㏈m) = Substitute Level(㏈) + Antenna gain(㏈i) - C.L(Cable loss) (㏈)




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7.7.    Radiated Spurious Emissions
Test setup

The diagram below shows the test setup that is utilized to make the measurements for emission from
30 ㎒ to 1 ㎓ emissions.




The diagram below shows the test setup that is utilized to make the measurements for emission from
1 ㎓ to the tenth harmonic of the highest fundamental frequency or to 40 ㎓ emissions, whichever
is lower.




The diagram below shows the test setup for substituted method.




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Limit
According to §90.691(a), Out-of-band emission requirement shall apply only to the “outer” channels
included in an EA license and to spectrum adjacent to interior channels used by incumbent licensees.
The emission limits are as follows:

(1) For any frequency removed from the EA licensee’s frequency block by up to and including 37.5
㎑, the power of any emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in watts by at least
116 Log10(f/6.1) decibels or 50 + 10Log10(P) decibels or 80 decibels, whichever is the lesser
attenuation, where f is the frequency removed from the center of the outer channel in the block in
kilohertz where f is greater than 12.5 ㎑.

(2) For any frequency removed from the EA licensee’s frequency block greater than 37.5 ㎑, the
power of any emission shall be attenuated below the transmitter power (P) in watts by at least 43 +
10Log10(P) decibels or 80 decibels, whichever is the lesser attenuation, where f is the frequency
removed from the center of the outer channel in the block in kilohertz and where f is greater than 37.5
㎑.

Test procedure
971168 D01 v03r01 - Section 6.2
ANSI 63.26-2015 – Section 5.5
ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016 - Section 2.2.12

Test settings
  1)    RBW = 1 ㎑ for below 1 ㎓ and 1 ㎒ for above 1 ㎓.
  2)    VBW ≥ 3 × RBW.
  3)    Detector = RMS
  4)    Trace mode = Max hold
  5)    Sweep time = Auto couple
  6)    Number of sweep points ≥ 2 × span / RBW
  7)    Allow trace to fully stabilize.




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Notes:
1. On a test site, the EUT shall be placed at 80 ㎝ height on a turn table, and in the position close
   to normal use as declared by the applicant.
2. The test antenna shall be oriented initially for vertical polarization located 3 m from EUT to
   correspond to the fundamental frequency of the transmitter.
3. The turntable is rotated through 360°, and the receiving antenna scans in order to determine the
   level of the maximized emission.
4. The test antenna shall be raised and lowered again through the specified range of height until the
   maximum signal level is detected by the measuring receiver.
5. The maximum signal level detected by the measuring receiver shall be noted.
6. The EUT was replaced by half-wave dipole (1 ㎓ below) or horn antenna (1 ㎓ above) connected
   to a signal generator.
7. The test antenna shall be raised and lowered through the specified range of height to ensure that
   the maximum signal is received.
8. The input signal to the substitution antenna shall be adjusted to the level that produces a level
   detected by the measuring corrected for the change of input attenuator setting of the measuring
   receiver.
9. The input level to the substitution antenna shall be recorded as power level in ㏈m, corrected for
   any change of input attenuator setting of the measuring receiver.
10. The measurement shall be repeated with the test antenna and the substitution antenna
     orientated for horizontal polarization.




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                           KCTL Inc.                             Report No.:
            65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                       KR19-SRF0121-A
        Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
    TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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Test results (Below 1 000 ㎒) – Worst case

 Test mode                   :   LTE Band 26
 Frequency (㎒)               :   814.7
 Channel                     :   26697
 Bandwidth (㎒)               :   1.4

                                               Horizontal/Vertical
         [dB(mW)]                                                                             [dB(mW)/Hz]
             30                                                                                   10
                  20                                                                                0
                  10
                                                                                                    -10
                   0
                 -10                                                                                -20

                 -20                                                                                -30
                 -30                                                                                -40
                 -40




                                                                                                           Level
        Level




                                                                                                    -50
                 -50
                 -60                                                                                -60

                 -70                                                                                -70
                 -80                                                                                -80
                 -90
                                                                                                    -90
                -100
                -110                                                                                -100

                -120                                                                               -110
                  30.000           250.000           500.000                  750.000         1000.000
                                                     Frequency                                 [M Hz]




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                65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                           KR19-SRF0121-A
            Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
        TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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Test results (Above 1 000 ㎒)

 Test mode                    : LTE Band 26
 Frequency(㎒) : 814.7
 Channel      : 26697
 Bandwidth(㎒)                 : 1.4

                                                          Horizontal/Vertical
     [dB(mW)]                                                                                                              [dB(mW)/Hz]
         30                                                                                                                    10
              20                                                                                                               0
              10
                                                                                                                               -10
               0
             -10                                                                                                               -20

             -20                                                                                                               -30
             -30                                                                                                               -40
             -40
    Level




                                                                                                                                       Level
                                                                                                                               -50
             -50
             -60                                                                                                               -60

             -70                                                                                                               -70
             -80                                                                                                               -80
             -90
                                                                                                                               -90
            -100
            -110                                                                                                               -100

            -120                                                                                                                -110
             1000.000               2500.000                     5000.000                              7500.000            9000.000
                                                                Frequency                                                  [M Hz]




                                                Antenna       Cable         Substitute
                        Frequency       Pol.                                                Level                 Limit      Margin
  Mode                                           Gain          loss           Level
                           [㎒]          [V/H]    [㏈i]           [㏈]           [㏈m]              [㏈m]              [㏈m]          [㏈]
                        1 630.539         H      6.10          5.31            -48.29       -47.50                -13.00      34.50
                         2 445.59         H      6.10          6.53            -46.67       -47.10                -13.00      34.10
  QPSK
                        3 258.141         V      7.60          7.56            -59.14       -59.10                -13.00      46.10
                        4 073.192         H      8.60          8.45            -55.95       -55.80                -13.00      42.80


Note.
1. Limit Calculation(㏈m)= 43 + 10log(P[Watts])




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             65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                          KR19-SRF0121-A
         Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
     TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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 Test mode                 : LTE Band 26
 Frequency(㎒) : 823.3
 Channel      : 26783
 Bandwidth(㎒)              : 1.4

                                                      Horizontal/Vertical
      [dB(mW)]                                                                                                     [dB(mW)/Hz]
          30                                                                                                           10
               20                                                                                                      0
               10
                                                                                                                       -10
                0
              -10                                                                                                      -20

              -20                                                                                                      -30
              -30                                                                                                      -40
              -40
     Level




                                                                                                                               Level
                                                                                                                       -50
              -50
              -60                                                                                                      -60

              -70                                                                                                      -70
              -80                                                                                                      -80
              -90
                                                                                                                       -90
             -100
             -110                                                                                                      -100

             -120                                                                                                       -110
              1000.000           2500.000                    5000.000                          7500.000            9000.000
                                                            Frequency                                              [MHz]




                                            Antenna       Cable         Substitute
                    Frequency       Pol.                                                Level             Limit        Margin
  Mode                                       Gain          loss           Level
                         [㎒]       [V/H]     [㏈i]           [㏈]           [㏈m]              [㏈m]          [㏈m]             [㏈]
                     1 646.040        H      5.90          5.33            -49.97       -49.40            -13.00        36.40
                     2 468.592        H      6.20          6.56            -49.14       -49.50            -13.00        36.50
  QPSK
                     3 293.143        H      7.60          7.56            -59.44       -59.40            -13.00        46.40
                     4 116.194        V      8.70          8.57            -56.83       -56.70            -13.00        43.70

Note.
1. Limit Calculation(㏈m)= 43 + 10log(P[Watts])




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                      KCTL Inc.                            Report No.:
               65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,              KR19-SRF0121-A
           Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
       TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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                      www.kctl.co.kr


8.        Measurement equipment
     Equipment Name           Manufacturer             Model No.               Serial No.    Next Cal. Date
     Spectrum Analyzer            R&S                    FSV30                  100808          20.07.30
     Spectrum Analyzer          AGILENT                 N9040B             MY57010132           19.10.12
     Signal Generator             R&S                   SMR40                   100007          20.05.13
       Power Divider            AGILENT                 11636B                  54456           20.01.08
         Attenuator            API Inmet              40AH2W-10                   14            20.05.15
                               Weinschel
         Attenuator                                        10                   AJ1239          20.05.14
                             ENGINEERING
     DC Power Supply            Agilent                 E3632A             KR94907664           20.05.13
Temp & Humid Chamber         ESPEC CORP.                 SH-661                92004048         20.01.04
   Wideband Radio
                                  R&S                  CMW500                   132120          20.07.17
 Communication Tester
                               Wainwright           WHKX3.0/18G-
      High pass Filter                                                            44            20.01.25
                           Instruments GmbH            12SS
                               Wainwright           WHKX1.0/1.5S-
      High pass Filter                                                            14            20.01.25
                           Instruments GmbH            10SS
  Biconical VHF-UHF
                            SCHWARZBECK                VUBA9117                   275           20.04.13
  Broadband Antenna
     Bilog Antenna            Teseq GmbH               CBL 6143A                35039           21.05.21
       Horn Antenna           ETS.lindgren                3117                  161225          20.05.22
       Horn Antenna           ETS.lindgren                3115                  62589           20.08.01
                               SONOMA
         Amplifier                                        317                   321041          20.01.04
                             INSTRUMENT
                                                  AMF-7D-01001800-
         Amplifier           L-3 Narda-MITE                                    2031196          20.02.21
                                                       22-10P
       Antenna Mast             MATURO                EAS 1.5              042/8941211              N/A
       Antenna Mast             MATURO                  EAS 1.5            043/8941211              N/A
        Turn Table              MATURO                 TT 0.8 PF           041/8941211              N/A
      Cable Assembly             Radiall              R286303620               1649.241             N/A
      Cable Assembly             Radiall              TESTPRO 3                   N/A               N/A
      Cable Assembly            JUNFLON            J12J102248-00-5        JUL-06-14-108             N/A
      Cable Assembly            JUNFLON           MWX221-DMWDMS                J0965546             N/A


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