KR19-SRF0122-B 2G3G Part 1

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 1. Client

    > Name                    : Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
    + Address                 : 129, Samsung—ro, Yeongtong—gu, Suwon—si, Gyeonggi—do, 16677,
                                Rep. of Korea

    + Date of Receipt         : 2019—07—25

 2. Use of Report             1 —

 3. Name of Product and Model                 : Mobile phone / SC—O2M, SCV46

4. Manufacturer and Country of Origin : \S/g',:gg]NG ELECTRONICS VIETNAM CO.,.LTD.

 5. FCC ID                                    : A3LSMA1O2JPN

 6. Date of Test              : 2019—07—30 to 2019—08—21

 7. Test Standards            : FCC Part 2
                                FCC Part 22 Subpart H
                                FCC Part 24 Subpart E

 8. Test Results               : Refer to the test result in the test report


                Tested by                                  Technical Manager
  Affirmation                                %L
                Name : Euijung Kim           (Signat        Name : Seungyong Kim              ure)                *



                                                                                        2019—09—09


                                       KCTL Inc.

  As a test result of the sample which was submitted from the client, this report does not guarantee the
  whole product quality. This test report should not be used and copied without a written agreement by
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Report revision history
         Date                                          Revision                                     Page No
     2019-08-23                                      Initial report                                    -
     2019-08-30                                    Updated a typo                                      6
     2019-09-09                        Updated information for LTE Band 12, 17                        4, 6




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               65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                          KR19-SRF0122-B
           Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
       TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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                                                    CONTENTS
1.      General information ......................................................................................................4
2.      Device information ........................................................................................................4
     2.1.    Accessory information ............................................................................................5
     2.2.    Frequency/channel operations................................................................................6
3.      Maximum ERP/EIRP power ..........................................................................................6
4.      Summary of tests ..........................................................................................................7
5.      Measurement uncertainty .............................................................................................8
6.      Measurement results explanation example ..................................................................9
7.      Test results .................................................................................................................10
     7.1.    Conducted output power .......................................................................................10
     7.2.    99% Occupied Bandwidth & 26㏈ Bandwidth ......................................................12
     7.3.    Spurious Emissions at Antenna Terminal ..............................................................21
     7.4.    Band Edge Emissions at Antenna Terminal ..........................................................26
     7.5.    Peak to Average Power Ratio (PAPR) ..................................................................31
     7.6.    Frequency stability ................................................................................................33
     7.7.    Radiated Power (ERP/EIRP) ................................................................................38
     7.8.    Radiated Spurious Emissions ...............................................................................42
8.      Measurement equipment ............................................................................................56




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1.      General information
Client              :   Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Address             :   129, Samsung-ro, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677,
                        Rep. of Korea
Manufacturer        :   SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS VIETNAM CO.,LTD.
Address             :   Kcn Yen Binh1, huyen pho Yen Tinh Thai Nguyen Vietnam
Laboratory          :   KCTL Inc.
Address             :   65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
Accreditations      :   FCC Site Designation No: KR0040, FCC Site Registration No: 687132
                        VCCI Registration No. : R-3327, G-198, C-3706, T-1849
                        Industry Canada Registration No. : 8035A
                        KOLAS No.: KT231

2.      Device information
Equipment under test         :   Mobile Phone
Model                        :   SC-02M, SCV46
Difference in                    Model SCV46 is electrically identical to model SC-02M. Two model
                             :
model name                       numbers are allocated for marketing and logistic purposes only.
Frequency range              :   Bluetooth(BDR/EDR/BLE)_2 402 ㎒ ~ 2 480 ㎒
                                 2 412 ㎒ ~ 2 462 ㎒ (802.11b/g/n_HT20)
                                 UNII-1: 5 180 ㎒ ~ 5 240 ㎒ (802.11a/n_HT20/ac_VHT20)
                                 UNII-1: 5 190 ㎒ ~ 5 230 ㎒ (802.11n_HT40/ac_VHT40)
                                 UNII-1: 5 210 ㎒ (802.11ac_VHT80)
                                 UNII-2A: 5 260 ㎒ ~ 5 320 ㎒ (802.11a/n_HT20/ac_VHT20)
                                 UNII-2A: 5 270 ㎒ ~ 5 310 ㎒ (802.11n_HT40/ac_VHT40)
                                 UNII-2A: 5 290 ㎒ (802.11ac_VHT80)
                                 UNII-2C: 5 500 ㎒ ~ 5 720 ㎒ (802.11a/n_HT20/ac_VHT20)
                                 UNII-2C: 5 510 ㎒ ~ 5 710 ㎒ (802.11n_HT40/ac_VHT40)
                                 UNII-2C: 5 530 ㎒ ~ 5 690 ㎒ (802.11ac_VHT80)
                                 UNII-3: 5 745 ㎒ ~ 5 825 ㎒ (802.11a/n_HT20/ac_VHT20)
                                 UNII-3: 5 755 ㎒ ~ 5 795 ㎒ (802.11n_HT40/ac_VHT40)
                                 UNII-3: 5 775 ㎒ (802.11ac_VHT80)
                                 NFC_13.56 ㎒
                                 LTE Band 12_699.7 ㎒ ~ 715.3 ㎒
                                 LTE Band 17_706.5 ㎒ ~ 713.5 ㎒
                                 LTE Band 5_824.7 ㎒ ~ 848.3 ㎒
                                 LTE Band 26_824.7 ㎒ ~ 848.3 ㎒, 814.7 ㎒ ~ 823.3 ㎒
                                 LTE Band 41_2 498.5 ㎒ ~ 2 687.5 ㎒
                                 WCDMA 850_826.4 ㎒ ~ 846.6 ㎒
                                 GSM 850_824.2 ㎒ ~ 848.8 ㎒

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                                 GSM 1900_1 850.2 ㎒ ~ 1 909.8 ㎒
Modulation technique         :   Bluetooth(BDR/EDR)_ GFSK, π/4DQPSK, 8DPSK
                                 Bluetooth(BLE)_GFSK
                                 WIFI(802.11b/g/n20/n40/ac20/ac40/ac80)_DSSS, OFDM
                                 NFC_ASK
                                 LTE_QPSK, 16QAM
                                 WCDMA_QPSK
                                 GSM_GMSK, 8-PSK
Number of channels           :   Bluetooth(BDR/EDR)_79ch / Bluetooth(BLE)_40ch
                                 11 ch (802.11b/g/n_HT20)_2.4 ㎓ Band
                                 UNII-1: 4 ch (20 ㎒), 2 ch (40 ㎒), 1 ch (80 ㎒)
                                 UNII-2A: 4 ch (20 ㎒), 2 ch (40 ㎒), 1 ch (80 ㎒)
                                 UNII-2C: 12 ch (20 ㎒), 6 ch (40 ㎒), 3 ch (80 ㎒)
                                 UNII-3: 5 ch (20 ㎒), 2 ch (40 ㎒), 1 ch (80 ㎒)
Power source                 :   DC 3.85 V
Antenna specification        :   LTE/WCDMA_LDS+SUS Insert Antenna
                                 WIFI/Bluetooth(BDR/EDR/BLE)_LDS Antenna
                                 NFC_FPCB Antenna
Antenna gain                     WIFI/Bluetooth(BDR/EDR/BLE) : -0.9 ㏈i
                                 UNII-1     -3.3 ㏈i
                                 UNII-2A -3.7 ㏈i
                                 UNII-2C -3.1 ㏈i
                                 UNII-3     -4.2 ㏈i
Software version             :   N778.001 (SC-02M), YGI.001 (SCV46)
Hardware version             :   REV1.0
Test device serial No.       :   Conducted(R38M50A29LK, R38M50A2A8X)
                                 Radiated(R38M50A2MZY, R38M50A2FSZ, R38M50A2HRK,
                                 R38M50A2GXJ)
Operation temperature        :   -30 ℃ ~ 50 ℃

2.1.     Accessory information
   Equipment             Manufacturer              Model               Serial No.          Power source
                            Samsung
       Earphone          Electronics Co.,      EHS64ACFWE                     -                    -
                               Ltd.
                                                                                             AC 100-240V
                            Samsung
                                                                                              50-60 Hz,
  Travel Adapter         Electronics Co.,        EP-TA200                     -
                                                                                              9.0V-1.67A
                               Ltd.
                                                                                              5.0V-2.0A
                            Samsung
  Micro USB Data
                         Electronics Co.,             -                       -                    -
       Cable
                               Ltd.


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2.2.     Frequency/channel operations
This device contains the following capabilities:
WIFI(2.4㎓ band 802.11b/g/n(HT20), 5㎓ band 802.11a/n(HT20/HT40)/ac(VHT/20/40/80)),
Bluetooth(BDR/EDR/BLE), NFC
LTE Band 12, LTE Band 17, LTE Band 5, LTE Band 26, LTE Band 41,
WCDMA 850, GSM 850, GSM 1900

                     GSM 850                     GSM 1900                  WCMDA 850
                       Frequency                    Frequency                     Frequency
               Ch.                         Ch.                           Ch.
                          (㎒)                          (㎒)                           (㎒)
               128        824.2            512       1 850.2            4132        826.4
               190        836.6            661       1 880.0            4183        836.6
               251        848.8            810       1 909.8            4233        846.6
                   Table 2.2.1.               Table 2.2.2.                Table 2.2.3.
                  GPRS/EDGE                  GPRS/EDGE              RMC/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+


3.       Maximum ERP/EIRP power
GSM 850 / WCDMA 850
                          Tx frequency            Emission                          ERP
         Mode
                               (㎒)               designator       Max. power (㏈m)           Max. power (W)
     GSM 850 (GPRS)       824.2 ~ 848.8           246KGXW                30.32                     1.076
     GSM 850 (EDGE)       824.2 ~ 848.8           242KG7W                28.52                     0.711
 WCDMA 850 (RMC)          826.4 ~ 846.6           4M15F9W                20.97                     0.125
WCDMA 850 (HSUPA)         826.4 ~ 846.6           4M15F9W                19.57                     0.091



GSM 1900
                                                   Emission                          EIRP
        Mode           Tx frequency (㎒)
                                                  designator       Max. power (㏈m)          Max. power (W)
 GSM 1900 (GPRS)       1 850.2 ~ 1 909.8          248KGXW                 28.15                    0.653
 GSM 1900 (EDGE)       1 850.2 ~ 1 909.8          248KG7W                 26.32                    0.429




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4.        Summary of tests
      FCC Part                                                                           Test        Test
                             Parameter                        Test Limit
      Section(s)                                                                       Condition    results
       2.1046
     22.913(a)(5)    Conducted Output Power         N/A                                             Pass
      24.232(c)
                        Occupied Bandwidth
       2.1049                                       N/A                                             Pass
                        & 26 ㏈ Bandwidth
                      Band Edge Emissions at
       2.1051                                       >43 + 10Log10(P) ㏈ at Band                      Pass
                         Antenna Terminal                                             Conducted
      22.917(a)                                     Edge and for all out-of-band
                       Spurious Emissions at
      24.238(a)                                     emissions                                       Pass
                         Antenna Terminal
      24.232(d)     Peak to Average Power Ratio     < 13 ㏈                                          Pass
       2.1055                                       < 2.5 ppm (Part 22)
       22.355            Frequency stability        Emission must remain in band                    Pass
       24.235                                       (Part 24)
                     Effective Radiated Power &
     22.913(a)(5)                                   < 7 Watts max. ERP (Part 22)
                    Equivalent Isotropic Radiated                                                   Pass
      24.232(c)                                     < 2 Watts max. EIRP (Part 24)
                                Power
                                                                                       Radiated
       2.1053
                                                    >43 + 10Log10(P) ㏈ for all
      22.917(a)     Radiated Spurious Emissions                                                     Pass
                                                    out-of-band emissions
      24.238(a)

Notes:
 1. All modes of operation were investigated and the worst case emissions are reported with the EUT
    positioning, modulations and paging service configurations in the test data.
 2. The fundamental of the EUT was investigated in three orthogonal orientations X, Y and Z.
    All final radiated testing was performed with the EUT in worst case orientation.
 3. The test procedure(s) in this report were performed in accordance as following.
     ANSI C63.26-2015
     ANSI/TIA-603-E-2016
     KDB 971168 D01 v03r01




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5.      Measurement uncertainty
The measurement uncertainties shown below were calculated in accordance with the requirements
of ANSI C63.4-2014.
All measurement uncertainty values are shown with a coverage factor of k=2 to indicated a 95 % level
of confidence. The measurement data shown herein meets of exceeds the UCISPR measurement
uncertainty values specified in CISPR 16-4-2 and thus, can be compared directly to specified limits to
determine compliance.

             Parameter                                        Expanded uncertainty (±)
  Conducted RF power                                                  1.76 ㏈
  Conducted spurious emissions                                        4.03 ㏈
                                               9 ㎑ ~ 30 ㎒                            2.28 ㏈
  Radiated spurious emissions                  30 ㎒ ~ 1 ㎓                            3.68 ㏈
                                                Above 1 ㎓                            5.72 ㏈




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6.      Measurement results explanation example
The offset level is set in the spectrum analyzer to compensate the RF cable loss factor between EUT
conducted output port and spectrum analyzer.
With the offset compensation, the spectrum analyzer reading level is exactly the EUT RF output level.

     Frequency (㎒)                 Factor(㏈)                Frequency (㎒)                  Factor(㏈)
            30                        16.56                       11 000                      19.46
            50                        16.61                       12 000                      19.37
           100                        16.67                       13 000                      19.74
           200                        16.80                       14 000                      20.47
           300                        16.95                       15 000                      21.31
           400                        17.03                       16 000                      20.54
           500                        17.06                       17 000                      19.84
           600                        17.15                       18 000                      20.00
           700                        17.21                       19 000                      19.93
           800                        17.17                       20 000                      20.17
           900                        17.27                       21 000                      20.31
          1 000                       17.09                       22 000                      20.42
          2 000                       17.71                       23 000                      20.28
          3 000                       17.90                       24 000                      20.53
          4 000                       17.96                       25 000                      20.39
          5 000                       18.06                       26 000                      19.97
          6 000                       18.06                       26 500                      20.21
          7 000                       18.24                       27 000                      19.67
          8 000                       18.55                       28 000                      20.13
          9 000                       18.71                       29 000                      20.62
          10 000                      19.35                       30 000                      20.98

Note.
Offset(㏈) = RF cable loss(㏈) + Divider (㏈) + Attenuator(㏈)




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7.        Test results
7.1.      Conducted output power
Test setup
                                                                          Mobile
                              EUT
                                                                         Test Unit


Test procedure
971168 D01 v03r01 – Section 5.2
ANSI C63.26-2015 – Section 5.2.4.2
CFR 47, - Section §2.1046

Test settings
When an average power meter is used to perform RF output power measurements, the fundamental
condition that measurement be performed only over durations of active transmissions at maximum
output power level applies. Thus, an average power meter can always be used to perform the
measurement when the EUT can be configured to transmit continuously.

If the EUT cannot be configured to transmit continuously (i.e., burst duty cycle < 98%), then the
following options can be implemented to facilitate measurement of the average power with an average
power meter:

  a)      A gated average power meter can be used to perform the measurement if the gating
          parameters can be adjusted such that the power is measured only during active transmission
          bursts at maximum output power levels.
  b)      A conventional average power meter with no signal gating capability can also be used if the
          measured burst duty cycle is constant (i.e., duty cycle variations are less than or equal to ±
          2%) by performing the measurement over the on/off burst cycles and then correcting
          (increasing) the measured level by a factor equal to [10log (1/duty cycle)]. See 5.2.4.3.4 for
          guidance with respect to measuring the transmitter duty cycle.

See item r) of 4.1 for more information regarding power meter functional requirements and limitations,
and consult the instrumentation-specific application literature for proper set-up and use.

Notes:
1. HSPA+
   Since 16QAM is not used for uplink, the uplink category and release is same as HSUPA.
   Therefore, the RF conducted power is not measured.




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Test results

                                  Maximum Burst-Average Output Power (㏈m)
                                  GSM                    GPRS                                    EDGE
  Test Band       Channel
                                  Voice    1Tx         2Tx     3Tx     4Tx        5Tx          6Tx   7Tx           8Tx
                    Low           32.94   32.76    30.76      29.60    28.20      27.20    25.32     23.40         22.30
   GSM850          Middle         33.12   32.95    31.18      29.70    28.30      27.57    25.72     23.60         22.40
                    High          33.11   32.86    31.08      29.70    28.20      27.46    25.51     23.50         22.30
                    Low           29.81   29.80    27.09      25.90    24.40      25.41    23.06     22.10         20.90
  GSM1900          Middle         29.60   29.61    27.20      25.80    24.20      25.46    23.22     22.20         21.00
                    High          29.60   29.59    27.06      25.70    24.20      25.48    23.29     22.30         21.10



                                                   Average Conducted Power (㏈m)
                                                                                                         3GPP
  Test Band           Test mode                               Frequency (㎒)
                                                                                                        MPR (㏈)
                                                 Low              Middle                High
                            RMC               24.66               24.63               24.72                  0
                   HSDPA-Subtest 1            23.69               23.63               23.71                  0
                   HSDPA-Subtest 2            23.45               23.45               23.30                  0.5
                   HSDPA-Subtest 3            23.50               23.48               23.28                  0.5
                   HSDPA-Subtest 4            23.50               23.50               23.32                  0
                   HSUPA-Subtest 1            19.82               19.78               19.90                  2
   WCDMA           HSUPA-Subtest 2            18.83               18.90               18.88                  1
    850            HSUPA-Subtest 3            19.72               19.65               19.78                  2
                   HSUPA-Subtest 4            18.89               18.96               18.98                  0
                   HSUPA-Subtest 5            20.96               20.91               20.93                  0
                 DC-HSDPA-Subtest 1           23.57               23.62               23.45                  0
                 DC-HSDPA-Subtest 2           21.82               21.92               21.63                  0.5
                 DC-HSDPA-Subtest 3           21.68               21.77               21.79                  0.5
                 DC-HSDPA-Subtest 4           21.71               21.76               21.68                  0




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7.2.      99% Occupied Bandwidth & 26㏈ Bandwidth
Test setup
                                                                                                Mobile
          EUT                                      Divider
                                                                                               Test Unit



                                                                                               Spectrum
                                                  Attenuator
                                                                                               Analyzer


Limit
According to §2.1049, the occupied bandwidth, that is the frequency bandwidth such that, below its
lower and above its upper frequency limits, the mean powers radiated are each equal to 0.5 percent
of the total mean power radiated by a given emission shall be measured.

Test procedure
971168 D01 v03r01 – Section 4.2 and 4.3
ANSI C63.26-2015 – Section 5.4.3 and 5.4.4

Test settings
◆ 26㏈ Bandwidth
  c)      The spectrum analyzer center frequency is set to the nominal EUT channel center
          frequency. The span range for the spectrum analyzer shall be wide enough to see sufficient
          roll off of the signal to make the measurement.
  d)      The nominal RBW shall be in the range of 1% to 5% of the anticipated OBW, and the VBW
          shall be set ≥ 3 × RBW.
  e)      Set the reference level of the instrument as required to prevent the signal amplitude from
          exceeding the maximum spectrum analyzer input mixer level for linear operation.
          See guidance provided in 4.2.3.
  d)      The dynamic range of the spectrum analyzer at the selected RBW shall be more than 10 ㏈
          below the target “−X ㏈” requirement, i.e., if the requirement calls for measuring the −26 ㏈
          OBW, the spectrum analyzer noise floor at the selected RBW shall be at least 36 ㏈ below
          the reference level.
  e)      Set spectrum analyzer detection mode to peak, and the trace mode to max hold.
  f)      Determine the reference value by either of the following:
           1) 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).
           2) Set the EUT to transmit an unmodulated carrier. Set the spectrum analyzer marker to
               the level of the carrier.
  g)      Determine the “−X ㏈ amplitude” as equal to (Reference Value − X). Alternatively, this
          calculation can be performed on the spectrum analyzer using the delta-marker
          measurement function.
  h)      If the reference value was determined using an unmodulated carrier, turn the EUT
          modulation on, then either clear the existing trace or start a new trace on the spectrum
          analyzer and allow the new trace to stabilize. Otherwise the trace from step f) shall be used
          for step i).
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          Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
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 i)      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 ㏈ amplitude”
         determined in step f). If a marker is below this “−X ㏈ amplitude” value it should be as close
         as possible to this value. The OBW is the positive frequency difference between the two
         markers.
 j)      The spectral envelope can cross the “−X ㏈ amplitude” at multiple points. The lowest or
         highest frequency shall be selected as the frequencies that are the farthest away from the
         center frequency at which the spectral envelope crosses the “−X ㏈ amplitude.”
 k)      The OBW shall be reported by providing plot(s) of the measuring instrument display, to
         include markers depicting the relevant frequency and amplitude information (e.g., marker
         table). The frequency and amplitude axis and scale shall be clearly labeled. Tabular data
         may be reported in addition to the plot(s).

◆ 99% Occupied Bandwidth
 a)      The spectrum analyzer center frequency is set to the nominal EUT channel center frequency.
         The frequency span for the spectrum analyzer shall be set wide enough to capture all
         modulation products including the emission skirts (typically a span of 1.5 × OBW is sufficient).
 b)      The nominal IF filter 3 ㏈ bandwidth (RBW) shall be in the range of 1% to 5% of the
         anticipated OBW, and the VBW shall be set ≥ 3 × RBW.
 c)      Set the reference level of the instrument as required to prevent the signal amplitude from
         exceeding the maximum spectrum analyzer input mixer level for linear operation. See
         guidance provided in 4.2.3.
 d)      Set the detection mode to peak, and the trace mode to max-hold.
 e)      If the instrument does not have a 99% OBW function, recover the trace data points and sum
         directly in linear power terms. Place the recovered amplitude data points, beginning at the
         lowest frequency, in a running sum until 0.5% of the total is reached. Record that frequency
         as the lower OBW frequency. Repeat the process until 99.5% of the total is reached and
         record that frequency as the upper OBW frequency. The 99% power OBW can be determined
         by computing the difference these two frequencies.
 f)      The OBW shall be reported and plot(s) of the measuring instrument display shall be provided
         with the test report. The frequency and amplitude axis and scale shall be clearly labeled.
         Tabular data can be reported in addition to the plot(s).




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           65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                 KR19-SRF0122-B
       Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
   TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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Test results

                                          Frequency            26 ㏈ bandwidth           99 % bandwidth
           Test mode
                                             (㎒)                    (㎒)                       (㎒)
                                             824.2                 0.316                      0.246
                       GPRS                  836.6                    0.318                   0.242
                                             848.8                    0.318                   0.246
   GSM 850
                                             824.2                    0.312                   0.242
                       EDGE                  836.6                    0.308                   0.242
                                             848.8                    0.304                   0.240
                                            1 850.2                   0.316                   0.248
                       GPRS                 1 880.0                   0.316                   0.246
                                            1 909.8                   0.318                   0.244
  GSM 1900
                                            1 850.2                   0.316                   0.248
                       EDGE                 1 880.0                   0.314                   0.244
                                            1 909.8                   0.322                   0.244
                                             826.4                    4.74                     4.14
                       RMC                   836.6                    4.72                     4.12
                                             846.6                    4.71                     4.12
 WCDMA 850
                                             826.4                    4.74                     4.15
                      HSUPA                  836.6                    4.77                     4.14
                                             846.6                    4.74                     4.14




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           65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                 KR19-SRF0122-B
       Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
   TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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26㏈ Bandwidth

Test mode: GSM 850
            GPRS / Low ch.                                              EDGE / Low ch.




                GPRS / Mid ch.                                          EDGE / Mid ch.




                GPRS / High ch.                                        EDGE / High ch.




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           65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                 KR19-SRF0122-B
       Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
   TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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Test mode: GSM 1900
            GPRS / Low ch.                                              EDGE / Low ch.




                GPRS / Mid ch.                                          EDGE / Mid ch.




                GPRS / High ch.                                        EDGE / High ch.




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           65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                 KR19-SRF0122-B
       Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
   TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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Test mode: WCDMA 850
            RMC / Low ch.                                              HSUPA / Low ch.




                 RMC / Mid ch.                                         HSUPA / Mid ch.




                 RMC / High ch.                                        HSUPA / High ch.




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           65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                 KR19-SRF0122-B
       Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
   TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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99% Occupied Bandwidth

Test mode: GSM 850
            GPRS / Low ch.                                              EDGE / Low ch.




                GPRS / Mid ch.                                          EDGE / Mid ch.




                GPRS / High ch.                                        EDGE / High ch.




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                 KCTL Inc.                                Report No.:
           65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                 KR19-SRF0122-B
       Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
   TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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                  www.kctl.co.kr


Test mode: GSM 1900
            GPRS / Low ch.                                              EDGE / Low ch.




                GPRS / Mid ch.                                          EDGE / Mid ch.




                GPRS / High ch.                                        EDGE / High ch.




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                 KCTL Inc.                                Report No.:
           65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,                 KR19-SRF0122-B
       Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
   TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311
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                  www.kctl.co.kr


Test mode: WCDMA 850
            RMC / Low ch.                                              HSUPA / Low ch.




                 RMC / Mid ch.                                         HSUPA / Mid ch.




                 RMC / High ch.                                        HSUPA / High ch.




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