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        FCC 47 CFR § 20.19
         ANSI C63.19-2011

              For
          SMARTPHONE

        FCC ID: BCG-E3305A
Model Name: A2160, A2216, and A2217


   Report Number: 12607346-S4V2
       Issue Date: 8/17/2019

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          APPLE, INC.
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   CUPERTINO, CA 95014, U.S.A.

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Report No.: 12607346-S4V2                                                                        Issue Date: 8/17/2019

Revision History
 Rev.    Date             Revisions                                                        Revised By
 V1      8/2/2019         Initial Issue                                                    --
                          1.   Section 6.1: Updated table
                          2.   Section 7.4: Updated W-CDMA B4, LTE B4/30/66 power
 V2      8/17/2019                                                                         Devin Chang
                          3.   Section 12.4: re-measured LTE B48
                          4.   Appendix B and C updated




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                                                               Table of Contents
1.      Attestation of Test Results ............................................................................................................. 5

2.      Test Methodology ........................................................................................................................... 6

3.      Facilities and Accreditation ........................................................................................................... 6

4.      Calibration and Uncertainty ........................................................................................................... 6
     4.1.     Measuring Instrument Calibration ............................................................................................... 6
     4.2.     Measurement Uncertainty ........................................................................................................... 7

5.      System Specifications .................................................................................................................... 8

6.      System Validation ........................................................................................................................... 9
     6.1.     System Validation Results ........................................................................................................ 10

7.      Average Antenna Input Power & Evaluation for Low-power Exemption................................... 11
     7.1.     ANT1 ........................................................................................................................................ 11
     7.2.     ANT2 ........................................................................................................................................ 12
     7.3.     ANT3 ........................................................................................................................................ 13
     7.4.     ANT4 ........................................................................................................................................ 13
     7.5.     ANT5 ........................................................................................................................................ 14
     7.6.     ANT6 ........................................................................................................................................ 14

8.      Device Under Test......................................................................................................................... 15
     8.1.     Air Interfaces and Operating Mode ........................................................................................... 15

9.      Modulation Interference Factor (MIF) .......................................................................................... 16

10. HAC RF Emissions Test Procedure ............................................................................................. 18

11. RF Emissions Measurement Criteria ........................................................................................... 21

12. HAC (RF Emissions) Test Results ............................................................................................... 22
     12.1. ANT1 ........................................................................................................................................ 22
     12.2. ANT2 ........................................................................................................................................ 23
     12.3. ANT3 ........................................................................................................................................ 23
     12.4. ANT4 ........................................................................................................................................ 24
     12.5. ANT5 ........................................................................................................................................ 24
     12.6. ANT6 ........................................................................................................................................ 25
     12.7. Worst Case RF Emission Test Plot ........................................................................................... 26

Appendixes .......................................................................................................................................... 27
     Appendix A: HAC RF Emission Setup Photo ....................................................................................... 27
     Appendix B: System Validation Plots ................................................................................................... 27
     Appendix C: HAC RF Emission Test Plots ........................................................................................... 27

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  Appendix D: MIF Attestation Letter ...................................................................................................... 27
  Appendix E: Probe Calibration Certificates .......................................................................................... 27
  Appendix F: Dipole Calibration Certificates .......................................................................................... 27
  Appendix G: UID Specifications ........................................................................................................... 27




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1. Attestation of Test Results
Applicant Name                    APPLE, INC.
FCC ID                            BCG-E3305A
Model Name                        A2160, A2216, and A2217
Difference in Model Name          Model A2216, A2217 is electrically identical to Model A2160. Three model
                                  numbers are allocated for marketing and logistic purposes only.
                                  FCC 47 CFR § 20.19
Applicable Standards
                                  ANSI C63.19-2011
HAC Rating                        M3
Date Tested                       6/22/2019 to 6/29/2019
Test Results                      Pass

UL Verification Services Inc. tested the above equipment in accordance with the requirements set forth in
the above standards. The test results show that the equipment tested is capable of demonstrating
compliance with the requirements as documented in this report.
The results documented in this report apply only to the tested sample, under the conditions and modes of
operation as described herein. It is the manufacturer's responsibility to assure that additional production
units of this model are manufactured with identical electrical and mechanical components. All samples
tested were in good operating condition throughout the entire test program. Measurement Uncertainties
are published for informational purposes only and were not taken into account unless noted otherwise.
This document may not be altered or revised in any way unless done so by UL Verification Services Inc.
and all revisions are duly noted in the revisions section. Any alteration of this document not carried out
by UL Verification Services Inc. will constitute fraud and shall nullify the document. This report must not
be used by the client to claim product certification, approval, or endorsement by NVLAP, NIST, any
agency of the Federal Government, or any agency of the U.S. government.
Approved & Released By:                                     Prepared By:




Devin Chang                                                 Chakrit Thammanavarat
Senior Test Engineer                                        Senior Test Engineer
UL Verification Services Inc.                               UL Verification Services Inc.




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2. Test Methodology
The tests documented in this report were performed in accordance with ANSI C63.19-2011 Methods of
Measurement of Compatibility between Wireless Communications Devices and Hearing Aids abd FCC Published
procedure
KDB 285076 D01 HAC Guidance v05
KDB 285076 D03 HAC FAQ v01
TCB workshop updates

3. Facilities and Accreditation
The test sites and measurement facilities used to collect data are located at

              47266 Benicia Street                                47266 Benicia Street
                       SAR Lab 7                                        SAR Lab 8
UL Verification Services Inc. is accredited by NVLAP, Laboratory Code 200065-0.



4. Calibration and Uncertainty
4.1.     Measuring Instrument Calibration
The measuring equipment utilized to perform the tests documented in this report has been calibrated in accordance
with the manufacturer's recommendations, and is traceable to recognized national standards.
Name of Equipment                            Manufacturer                Type/Model                  Serial No.      Cal. Due Date
Signal Generator                                 R &S                     SMB100A                   180968-gX          2/14/2020
Power Sensor                                     R &S                      NRP18A                   100995-hs          2/15/2020
Data Acquisition Electronics (SAR 7)            SPEAG                       DAE4                      1352             11/6/2019
Data Acquisition Electronics (SAR 8)            SPEAG                       DAE4                       1540            2/18/2020
              1
E-Field Probe                                   SPEAG                      EF3DV3                      4041            3/22/2020
Calibration Dipole                              SPEAG                     CD835V3                      1175            5/16/2020
Calibration Dipole                              SPEAG                     CD1880V3                     1159            5/16/2020
Calibration Dipole                              SPEAG                     CD2450V3                     1014            2/19/2020
                   3
Calibration Dipole                              SPEAG                     CD2600V3                     1008            7/10/2019
Calibration Dipole                              SPEAG                     CD2600V3                     1014            8/22/2019
                   2
Calibration Dipole                              SPEAG                     CD3500V3                     1006            5/2/2020
Calibration Dipole                              SPEAG                     CD5500V3                     1008            5/14/2020
Radio Communication Tester                       R &S                     CMW 500                   132910-cp          2/18/2020

Notes:
1: According to SPEAG’s Technical Report, “MIF Verification”, Doc # TR-FB-12.09.04-1, issued date: 9/4/2012. E-field probes are
calibrated with specified uncertainty according to ISO 17025 as described in their calibration certificate. The MIF according to the
definition in ANSI C63.19 is specific for a modulation and can therefore be used as a constant value if the probe has been PMR
calibrated.
2: In accordance with KDB 865664 §3.2.2 reference dipoles need only be returned to the system manufacturer for calibration
every three years. The dipole target, impedance and return loss must be checked at least yearly by the test laboratory and
compared to the calibration certificate. If any of these parameters deviate by more than that permitted by KDB 865664 then the
dipole shall be withdrawn from use and return to the manufacturer for immediate re-calibration. Refer to Appendix E of this
report for both the calibration certificates and the in-house checks (where appropriate).
3: Equipment not used past calibration due date.




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4.2.    Measurement Uncertainty
                                         Uncertainty                          (Ci)    Std. Unc.(±%)
            Error Description                        Probe Dist.      Div.
                                         value (±%)                            E            E
Measurement System
Probe Calibration                                 5.1     N             1      1           5.1
Axial Isotropy                                    4.7     R           1.732    1           2.7
Sensor Displacement                              16.5     R           1.732    1           9.5
Boundary Effects                                  2.4     R           1.732    1           1.4
Phantom Boundary Effects                          7.2     R           1.732    1           4.1
Linearity                                         4.7     R           1.732    1           2.7
Scaling to PMR Calibration                       10.0     R           1.732    1           5.8
System Detection Limit                            1.0     R           1.732    1           0.6
Readout Electronics                               0.3     N             1      1           0.3
Response Time                                     0.8     R           1.732    1           0.5
Integration Time                                  2.6     R           1.732    1           1.5
RF Ambient Conditions                             3.0     R           1.732    1           1.7
RF Reflections                                   12.0     R           1.732    1           6.9
Probe Positioner                                  1.2     R           1.732    1           0.7
Probe Positioning                                 4.7     R           1.732    1           2.7
Extrapolation and Interpolation                   1.0     R           1.732    1           0.6
Test sample Related
Test Positioning Vertical                         4.7     R           1.732    1           2.7
Test Positioning Lateral                          1.0     R           1.732    1           0.6
Device Holder and Phantom                         2.4     R           1.732    1           1.4
Power Drift                                       5.0     R           1.732    1           2.9
Phantom and Setup Related
Phantom Thickness                                 2.4     R           1.732    1           1.4
Combined Std. Uncertainty                                                                 16.3
Expanded Std. Uncertainty on Power (Coverage Factor for 95%, k = 2)                       32.6
Expanded Std. Uncertainty on Field                                                        16.3
Notesfor table
1. N - Nomal
2. R - Rectangular
3. Div. - Divisor used to obtain standard uncertainty
4. Ci - is te sensitivity coefficient




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5. System Specifications
E-field measurements are performed using the DASY52 automated dosimetric assessment system. The DASY52 is
made by Schmid & Partner Engineering AG (SPEAG) in Zurich, Switzerland.
The DASY52 HAC Extension consists of the following parts:
Test Arch Phantom
The specially designed Test Arch allows high precision positioning of both the device and any of the validation
dipoles.
EF3DV3 Isotropic E-Field Probe
Construction:            One dipole parallel, two dipoles normal to probe axis
                         Interleaved sensors
                         Built-in shielding against static charges
                         PEEK enclosure material

Calibration:             In air from 100 MHz to 3.0 GHz (absolute accuracy ±6.0%, k=2)
                         ISO/IEC 17025 calibration service available.

Frequency:               40 MHz – >6 GHz (can be extended to < 20 MHz);
                         Linearity: ±0.2 dB (100 MHz – 3 GHz)
Directivity:             ± 0.2 dB in air (rotation around probe axis)
                         ± 0.4 dB in air (rotation normal to probe axis)
Dynamic Range:           2 V/m to > 1000 V/m; Linearity: ± 0.2 dB
Dimensions:              Overall length: 337 mm (Tip: 20 mm)
                         Tip diameter: 3.9 mm (Body: 12 mm)
                         Distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 1.5 mm
                         Sensor displacement to probe's calibration point: <0.7 mm
Application:             General near-field measurements up to 6 GHz
                         HAC measurements up to 6 GHz
                         Field component measurements
                         Fast automatic scanning in phantoms




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6. System Validation
The test setup was validated when first configured and verified periodically thereafter to ensure proper function.
The procedure provided in this section is a validation procedure using dipole antennas for which the field levels
were computed by numeric modeling.
Procedure:
Place a dipole antenna meeting the requirements given in ANSI C63.19 in the normally occupied by the WD.
The dipole antenna serves as a known source for an electrical and magnetic output. Position the E-field probe so
that the following occurs:
‧ The probes and their cables are parallel to the coaxial feed of the dipole antenna
‧ The probe cables and the coaxial feed of the dipole antenna approach the measurement area from opposite
  directions
‧ The center point of the probe element(s) is 15 mm from the closest surface of the dipole elements.
Scan the length of the dipole with the E-field probe and record the two maximum values found near the dipole ends.
Average the two readings and compare the reading to the expected value in the calibration certificate or the
expected value in this standard.


                                                   Setup diagram




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6.1.    System Validation Results
                                                                        Max. measured from
                                                                                                    Average                     Deviation
                                                                                                                 Target (V/m)               Plot
 SAR         Date       Dipole Type_Serial #_Freq.   Dipole Cal. Due                               max. above                    (note 1)
                                                                       above high     above low                 (From SPEAG)                No.
 Lab                                                      Data                                     arm (V/m)                      ±%
                                                                        end (V/m)     end (V/m)


    8      6/22/2019   CD835V3_SN:1175_(835 MHz)        5/16/2020        99.03            122.70     110.87        105.80         4.79       1

    8      6/22/2019   CD1880V3_SN:1159_(1880 MHz)      5/16/2020        79.33            84.47      81.90          86.20         -4.99      2

    8      6/22/2019   CD2600V3_SN:1008_(2600 MHz)      7/10/2019        83.84            79.39      81.62          86.20         -5.32      3

    8      6/22/2019   CD2450V3_SN:1014_(2450 MHz)      2/19/2020        91.94            94.33      93.14          85.20         9.31       4

    8      6/22/2019   CD5500V3_SN:1008_(5500 MHz)      5/14/2020                106.60              106.60         99.10         7.57       5

    7      6/28/2019   CD1880V3_SN:1159_(1880 MHz)      5/16/2020        92.55            96.65      94.60          86.20         9.74       6

    7      6/28/2019   CD2600V3_SN:1014_(2600 MHz)      8/22/2019        94.39            96.51      95.45          87.20         9.46       7

    7      6/28/2019   CD3500V3_SN:1006_(3500 MHz)      5/2/2020         87.90            88.44      88.17          85.10         3.61       8

    7      8/17/2019   CD3500V3_SN:1006_(3500 MHz)      5/2/2020         87.62            88.22      87.92          85.10         3.31       9



Notes:
1) Delta (Deviation) % = 100 * (Measured value minus Target value) divided by the Target value. Deltas within ±25% are
    acceptable, of which 12% is deviation and 13% is measurement uncertainty.
2) The maximum E-field or were evaluated and compared to the target values provided by SPEAG in the calibration certificate
    of specific dipoles.
3) Please refer to the appendix for detailed measurement data and plots.




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7. Average Antenna Input Power & Evaluation for Low-power Exemption
An RF air interface technology of a device is exempt from testing when its average antenna input power( Max tune-
up limit) plus its MIF is ≤17 dBm for any of its operating modes. If a device supports multiple RF air interfaces, each
RF air interface shall be evaluated individually.

Power measurements were performed in accordance to the device’s two power modes, Mode A and Mode B for
each antenna. Mode A power is used when the device is used against the user’s head or away from the body.
Mode B power is used when the device is used in a Body-worn configuration by the user.
The selection between antennas ANT1, ANT2, ANT3, ANT4, ANT5, and ANT6 in the application is based on RSSI
based antenna selection. The full details of power selections are described in the operational description.


7.1.    ANT1
                                Average Antenna         Worst Case MIF            Input Power
        Air-Interface                                                                                    HAC Tested
                               Input Power (dBm)              (dB)             plus its MIF (dBm)
GSM850                                33.25                   3.63                    36.88                   Yes
GSM1900                               31.75                   3.63                    35.38                   Yes
W-CDMA Band II                        25.70                 -27.23                     -1.53                  No
W-CDMA Band IV                        25.70                 -27.23                     -1.53                  No
W-CDMA Band V                         25.70                 -27.23                     -1.53                  No
CDMA BC0                              25.70                   3.26                    28.96                   Yes
CDMA BC1                              25.70                   3.26                    28.96                   Yes
CDMA BC10                             25.70                   3.26                    28.96                   Yes
LTE Band 2                            25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 4                            25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 5                            25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 7                            25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 12                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 13                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 14                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 17                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 25                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 26                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 30                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 41 PC3                       25.70                  -1.44                    24.26                   Yes
LTE Band 41 PC2                       28.70                  -1.44                    27.26                   Yes
LTE Band 48                           25.70                  -1.44                    24.26                   Yes
LTE Band 66                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE Band 71                           25.70                  -9.76                    15.94                   No
LTE CA_5B1                            25.00                  -9.76                    15.24                   No
LTE CA_7C1                            25.00                  -9.76                    15.24                   No
LTE CA_41C PC31                       25.00                  -1.44                    23.56                   No
LTE CA_41C PC21                       27.00                  -1.44                    25.56                   No

Notes:
1. Testing for all UL CA is not required because it uses same Tx band, modulations, and output power is equal or less than
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7.2.    ANT2
                                Average Antenna        Worst Case MIF            Input Power
        Air-Interface                                                                                   HAC Tested
                               Input Power (dBm)             (dB)             plus its MIF (dBm)
GSM850                                31.75                  3.63                    35.38                  Yes
GSM1900                               29.25                  3.63                    32.88                  Yes
W-CDMA Band II                        20.50                -27.23                     -6.73                 No
W-CDMA Band IV                        22.00                -27.23                     -5.23                 No
W-CDMA Band V                         24.50                -27.23                     -2.73                 No
CDMA BC0                              24.50                  3.26                    27.76                  Yes
CDMA BC1                              20.50                  3.26                    23.76                  Yes
CDMA BC10                             24.50                  3.26                    27.76                  Yes
LTE Band 2                            20.50                 -9.76                    10.74                  No
LTE Band 4                            22.00                 -9.76                    12.24                  No
LTE Band 5                            24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE Band 7                            18.75                 -9.76                      8.99                 No
LTE Band 12                           24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE Band 13                           24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE Band 14                           24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE Band 17                           24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE Band 25                           20.50                 -9.76                    10.74                  No
LTE Band 26                           24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE Band 30                           21.00                 -9.76                    11.24                  No
LTE Band 41 PC3                       20.00                 -1.44                    18.56                  Yes
LTE Band 41 PC22                      20.00                 -1.44                    18.56                  No
LTE Band 66                           22.00                 -9.76                    12.24                  No
LTE Band 71                           24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE CA_5B1                            23.50                 -9.76                    13.74                  No
LTE CA_7C1                            18.75                 -9.76                      8.99                 No
LTE CA_41C PC31                       20.00                 -1.44                    18.56                  No
LTE CA_41C PC21                       20.00                 -1.44                    18.56                  No

Notes:
1. Testing for ULCA is not required because it uses same Tx band, modulations, and output power is equal or less than non-
    CA modes.
2. LTE band 41 PC2 testing is not required because PC2 has the same power limit but a lower duty cycle than PC3.




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7.3.    ANT3
                                Average Antenna        Worst Case MIF            Input Power
        Air-Interface                                                                                   HAC Tested
                               Input Power (dBm)             (dB)             plus its MIF (dBm)
GSM1900                               32.00                  3.63                    35.63                  Yes
W-CDMA Band II                        25.00                -27.23                     -2.23                 No
W-CDMA Band IV                        25.00                -27.23                     -2.23                 No
LTE Band 2                            25.00                 -9.76                    15.24                  No
LTE Band 4                            25.00                 -9.76                    15.24                  No
LTE Band 7                            25.00                 -9.76                    15.24                  No
LTE Band 25                           25.00                 -9.76                    15.24                  No
LTE Band 30                           24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE Band 41 PC3                       25.50                 -1.44                    24.06                  Yes
LTE Band 41 PC2                       28.00                 -1.44                    26.56                  Yes
LTE Band 48                           25.50                 -1.44                    24.06                  Yes
LTE Band 66                           25.00                 -9.76                    15.24                  No
LTE CA_7C1                            24.50                 -9.76                    14.74                  No
LTE CA_41C PC31                       24.50                 -1.44                    23.06                  No
LTE CA_41C PC21                       26.50                 -1.44                    25.06                  No
802.11b                               21.50                 -2.02                    19.48                  Yes
802.11g/n/ac                          21.50                  0.12                    21.62                  Yes
802.11ax                              21.50                 -5.58                    15.92                  No

Notes:
1. LTE band 41 PC2 testing is not required because PC2 has the same power limit but a lower duty cycle than PC3.


7.4.    ANT4
                                Average Antenna         Worst Case MIF           Input Power
        Air-Interface                                                                                   HAC Tested
                               Input Power (dBm)             (dB)             plus its MIF (dBm)
GSM1900                               28.00                  3.63                    31.63                  Yes
W-CDMA Band II                        18.75                  -27.23                  -8.48                   No
W-CDMA Band IV                        21.00                  -27.23                  -6.23                   No
LTE Band 2                            18.75                  -9.76                   8.99                    No
LTE Band 4                            21.00                  -9.76                  11.24                    No
LTE Band 7                            17.00                  -9.76                   7.24                    No
LTE Band 25                           18.75                  -9.76                   8.99                    No
LTE Band 30                           17.50                  -9.76                   7.74                    No
LTE Band 41 PC3                       19.25                  -1.44                  17.81                   Yes
LTE Band 41 PC22                      19.25                  -1.44                  17.81                    No
LTE Band 48                           22.50                  -1.44                  21.06                   Yes
LTE Band 66                           21.00                  -9.76                  11.24                    No
LTE CA_7C1                            17.00                  -9.76                   7.24                    No
                  1
LTE CA_41C PC3                        19.25                  -1.44                  17.81                    No
                  1
LTE CA_41C PC2                        19.25                  -1.44                  17.81                    No
802.11b                               17.00                  -2.02                  14.98                    No
802.11g/n/ac                          17.00                   0.12                  17.12                   Yes
802.11ax                              17.00                  -5.58                  11.42                    No

Notes:
1. Testing for ULCA is not required because it uses same Tx band, modulations, and output power is equal or less than non-
    CA modes.
2. LTE band 41 PC2 testing is not required because PC2 has the same power limit but a lower duty cycle than PC3.



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7.5.    ANT5
                              Average Antenna        Worst Case MIF          Input Power
       Air-Interface                                                                               HAC Tested
                             Input Power (dBm)             (dB)           plus its MIF (dBm)
802.11a/n/ac (U-NII-1)              21.50                 -3.15                   18.35                Yes
802.11a/n/ac (U-NII-2A)             21.50                 -3.15                 18.35                  Yes
802.11a/n/ac (U-NII-2C)             21.50                 -3.15                 18.35                  Yes
802.11a/n/ac (U-NII-3)              21.50                 -3.15                 18.35                  Yes
802.11ax (U-NII-1)                  21.50                 -5.58                 15.92                   No
802.11ax (U-NII-2A)                 21.50                 -5.58                 15.92                   No
802.11ax (U-NII-2C)                 21.50                 -5.58                 15.92                   No
802.11ax (U-NII-3)                  21.50                 -5.58                 15.92                   No


7.6.    ANT6
                              Average Antenna        Worst Case MIF          Input Power
       Air-Interface                                                                               HAC Tested
                             Input Power (dBm)             (dB)           plus its MIF (dBm)
LTE Band 48                         22.50                 -1.44                   21.06                Yes
802.11a/n/ac (U-NII-1)              21.50                 -3.15                 18.35                  Yes
802.11a/n/ac (U-NII-2A)             20.75                 -3.15                  17.6                  Yes
802.11a/n/ac (U-NII-2C)             21.50                 -3.15                 18.35                  Yes
802.11a/n/ac (U-NII-3)              21.50                 -3.15                 18.35                  Yes
802.11ax (U-NII-1)                  21.50                 -5.58                 15.92                   No
802.11ax (U-NII-2A)                 20.75                 -5.58                 15.17                   No
802.11ax (U-NII-2C)                 21.50                 -5.58                 15.92                   No
802.11ax (U-NII-3)                  21.50                 -5.58                 15.92                   No




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8. Device Under Test
 The Apple iPhone is a smartphone with multimedia functions (music, application support, and video), cellular GSM, GPRS,
 EGPRS, UMTS, LTE, TD-SCDMA, CDMA, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax, Bluetooth, Ultra-Wide band, GPS and NFC. All models
 support at least one UICC based SIM. The second SIM, if present, is either UICC based pSIM (physical SIM) or e-SIM
 (electronic SIM). The device has a built-in inductive charging receiver. The rechargeable battery is also not user accessible.
 ANT1 (all WWAN bands) - located at the lower of the device.
 ANT2 (all WWAN bands except for LTE Band 48) - located at the upper of the device.
 ANT3 (all WWAN bands above 1700 MHz and Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth) – located at lower left corner of the device.
 CDMA BC1 is not supported by this antenna.
 ANT4 (all WWAN bands above 1700 MHz and Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth) – located at upper right corner of the device.
 CDMA BC1 is not supported by this antenna.
 ANT5 (Wi-Fi 5 GHz Bands) – located at lower left corner of the device.
 ANT6 (LTE Band 48 and Wi-Fi 5 GHz Bands) – located at upper left corner of the device.
 Normal operation             Held to head

 Back Cover                  The Back Cover is not removable

8.1.     Air Interfaces and Operating Mode
                           Bands                    C63.19        Simultaneous
   Air Interface                             Type                                        Name of Voice Service         Power Reduction
                           (MHz)                    Tested         Transmitter

                            850                                                                                             N/A
                                             VO      Yes            Wi-Fi, BT                   CMRS
       GSM                 1900                                                                                              No
                       GPRS/EDGE             DT      No1            Wi-Fi, BT                  FaceTime                     N/A
                            850
    W-CDMA                 1700              VO      No             Wi-Fi, BT                   CMRS                        N/A
    (UMTS)                 1900
                           HSPA              VD      No             Wi-Fi, BT                  FaceTime                     N/A
                            800
                                             VO      Yes            Wi-Fi, BT                   CMRS                        N/A
       CDMA                1900
                          EVDO               VD      No             Wi-Fi, BT                  FaceTime                     N/A
                         600 (B71)
                     700 (B12/13/14/17)
                        850 (B5/26)
    LTE - FDD          1700 (B4/66)          VD      No             Wi-Fi, BT                  FaceTime                     N/A
                       1900 (B2/25)
                        2300 (B30)
                         2600 (B7)
                        2500 (B41)
    LTE - TDD                                VD      Yes            Wi-Fi, BT                  FaceTime                     N/A
                        3600 (B48)
                           2450                                     WWAN
                       5200 (U-NII-1)
       Wi-Fi          5300 (U-NII-2A)        VD      Yes                                       FaceTime                     N/A
                                                                   WWAN, BT
                      5500 (U-NII-2C)
                       5800 (U-NII-3)
        BT                 2450              DT      No        WWAN, Wi-Fi 5GHz                     NA                      N/A
   Type                                             Note:
   VO: Legacy Cellular Voice Service                1. Evaluated for MIF and low power exemption.
   DT: Digital Transport only (no voice)
   VD: IP Voice Service over Digital Transport
   CMRS: Commercial Mobile Radio Service



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9. Modulation Interference Factor (MIF)
The HAC Standard ANSI C63.19 defines a new scaling using the Modulation Interference Factor (MIF) which
replaces the need for the Articulation Weighting Factor (AWF) during the evaluation and is applicable to any
modulation scheme.
The Modulation Interference factor (MIF, in dB) is added to the measured average E-field (in dBV/m) and converts
it to the RF Audio Interference level (in dBV/m). This level considers the audible amplitude modulation components
in the RF E-field. CW fields without amplitude modulation are assumed to not interfere with the hearing aid
electronics. Modulations without time slots and low fluctuations at low frequencies have low MIF values, TDMA
modulations with narrow transmission and repetition rates of few 100 Hz have high MIF values and give similar
classifications as ANSI C63.19.
Definitions
E-field probes have a bandwidth <10 kHz and can therefore not evaluate the RF envelope in the full audio band.
DASY52 is therefore using the “indirect” measurement method according to ANSI C63.19 which is the primary
method. These near field probes read the averaged E-field measurement. Especially for the new high peak-to-
average (PAR) signal types, the probes shall be linearized by probe modulation response (PMR) calibration in
order to not overestimate the field reading.
The evaluation method or the MIF is defined in ANSI C63.19 section D.7. An RMS demodulated RF signal is fed to
a spectral filter (similar to an A weighting filter) and forwarded to a temporal filter acting as a quasi-peak detector.
The averaged output of these filtering is called to a 1 kHz 80% AM signal as reference. MIF measurement requires
additional instrumentation and is not well suited for evaluation by the end user with reasonable uncertainty It may
alternatively be determined through analysis and simulation, because it is constraint and characteristic for a
communication signal. DASY52 uses well defined signals for PMR calibration. The MIF of these signals has been
determined by simulation and is automatically applied.
MIF values were not tested by a probe or as specified in the standards but are based on analysis provided by
SPEAG for all the air interfaces (GSM, WCDMA, CDMA, LTE). The data included in this report are for the worst
case operating modes. The UIDs used are listed below:
 UID                  Communication System Name                                     MIF (dB)
 10021-DAC            GSM-FDD (TDMA, GMSK)                                            3.63
 10011-CAB            UMTS-FDD (WCDMA)                                               -27.23
 10295-AAB            CDMA2000 (1xRTT, RC1, SO3, 1/8th Rate 25 fr.)                   3.26
 10170-CAE            LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 20 MHz, 16QAM)                          -9.76
 10182-CAE            LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 15 MHz, 16QAM)                          -9.76
 10176-CAF            LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 10 MHz, 16QAM)                          -9.76
 10178-CAF            LTE-FDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 5 MHz, 16QAM)                           -9.76
 10173-CAF            LTE-TDD (SC-FDMA, 1 RB, 20 MHz, 16QAM)                          -1.44
 10061-CAB            IEEE 802.11b WiFi 2.4 GHz (DSSS, 11 Mbps)                       -2.02
 10077-CAB            IEEE 802.11g WiFi 2.4 GHz (DSSS/OFDM, 54 Mbps)                  0.12
 10069-CAC            IEEE 802.11a/n WiFi 5 GHz (OFDM, 54 Mbps)                       -3.15
 10030-CAA            IEEE 802.15.1 Bluetooth (GFSK, DH1)                             1.02
 10671-AAA            IEEE 802.11ax (20MHz, MCS0, 90pc duty cycle)                    -5.58

A PMR calibrated probe is linearized for the selected waveform over the full dynamic range within the uncertainty
specified in its calibration certificate. E-field probes have a bandwidth <10 kHz and can therefore not evaluate the
RF envelope in the full audio band. DASY52 is therefore using the \indirect" measurement method according to
ANSI C63.19 which is the primary method. These near field probes read the averaged E-field measurement.
Especially for the new high peak-to-average (PAR) signal types, the probes shall be linearized by PMR calibration
in order to not overestimate the field reading.



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The MIF measurement uncertainty is estimated as follows, for modulation frequencies from slotted waveforms with
fundamental frequency and at least 2 harmonics within 10 kHz:
    •   0.2 dB for MIF -7 to +5 dB,
    •   0.5 dB for MIF -13 to +11 dB
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10.      HAC RF Emissions Test Procedure
The following are step-by-step test procedures.
a) Confirm proper operation of the field probe, probe measurement system and other instrumentation and the
   positioning system.
b) Position the WD in its intended test position.
c) Set the WD to transmit a fixed and repeatable combination of signal power and modulation characteristic that is
   representative of the worst case (highest interference potential) encountered in normal use. Transiently
   occurring start-up, changeover, or termination conditions, or other operations likely to occur less than 1% of the
   time during normal operation, may be excluded from consideration.
d) The center sub-grid shall be centered on the T-Coil mode perpendicular measurement point or the acoustic
   output, as appropriate. Locate the field probe at the initial test position in the 50 mm by 50 mm grid, which is
   contained in the measurement plane, refer to illustrated in Figure 1. If the field alignment method is used, align
   the probe for maximum field reception.
e) Record the reading at the output of the measurement system
f)   Scan the entire 50 mm by 50 mm region in equally spaced increments and record the reading at each
     measurement point. The distance between measurement points shall be sufficient to assure the identification of
     the maximum reading.
g) Identify the five contiguous sub-grids around the center sub-grid whose maximum reading is the lowest of all
   available choices. This eliminates the three sub-grids with the maximum readings. Thus, the six areas to be
   used to determine the WD’s highest emissions are identified.
h) Identify the maximum reading within the non-excluded sub-grids identified in step g).
i)   Convert the highest field reading within identified in step h) to RF audio interference level, in V/m, by taking the
     square root of the reading and then dividing it by the measurement system transfer function, established in
     5.5.1.1 Convert this result to dB(V/m) by taking the base-10 logarithm and multiplying by 20.
     Indirect measurement method
     Replacing step i), the RF audio interference level in dB (V/m) is obtained by adding the MIF (in dB) to the
     maximum steady-state rms field-strength reading, in dB (V/m), from step h). Use this result to determine the
     category rating
j)   Compare this RF audio interference level with the categories in Clause 8 (ANSI C63.19) and record the
     resulting WD category rating
k) For the T-Coil mode M-rating assessment, determine whether the chosen perpendicular measurement point is
   contained in an included sub-grid of the first scan. If so, then a second scan is not necessary. The first scan
   and resultant category rating may be used for the T-Coil mode M rating.
     Otherwise, repeat step a) through step i), with the grid shifted so that it is centered on the perpendicular
     measurement point. Record the WD category rating.




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                      Figure 1 - WD reference and plane for RF emission measurements




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Test flowchart Per ANSI-63.19-2011




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11.     RF Emissions Measurement Criteria
WD RF audio interference level caterories in logarithmic units
                                                                   E-field emissions
      Emission Categories
                                                 < 960 MHz                                  > 960 MHz
          Category M1                         50 to 55 dB (V/m)                         40 to 45 dB (V/m)
          Category M2                         45 to 50 dB (V/m)                         35 to 40 dB (V/m)
          Category M3                         40 to 45 dB (V/m)                         30 to 35 dB (V/m)
          Category M4                           <40 dB (V/m)                              <30 dB (V/m)




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12.      HAC (RF Emissions) Test Results
MIF values were not tested by a probe or as specified in the standards but are based on analysis provided by
SPEAG for the following User Identifiers and air interfaces.
The data included in this report are for the worst case operating modes. Refer to Appendix D and G for the MIF
vales that represent the worst case operation modes.
Refer to Section 7 Evaluation for Low-power Exemption. RF Emission testing for this device is required only for
GSM, CDMA voice modes, LTE-TDD, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. All other applicable air-interfaces are exempt from
testing in accordance with C63.19 Clause 4.4 and are rated M4.


12.1. ANT1
                                                                                 Results
                                                             Results*                                 Margin                Plots
      Air-Interface        Ch. No.        Freq. (MHz)                      plus 0.2dB unc ertaninty             M-Rating
                                                             (dB V/m)                                  (dB)                Page #
                                                                                (dB V/m)
                              128             824.2           28.91               29.11               10.89       M4          1
       GSM850                 190             836.6           29.10               29.30               10.70       M4          2
                              251             848.8           30.26               30.46               9.54        M4          3
                              512            1850.2           26.57               26.77               3.23        M4          4
       GSM1900                661             1880            27.60               27.80               2.20        M4          5
                              810            1909.8           29.15               29.35               0.65        M4          6
                             1013             824.7           25.60               25.80               14.20       M4          7
      CDMA2000
                              384            836.52           27.44               27.64               12.36       M4          8
        BC0
                              777            848.31           28.40               28.60               11.40       M4          9
                               25           1851.25           24.28               24.48               5.52        M4         10
      CDMA2000
                              600             1880            24.59               24.79               5.21        M4         11
        BC1
                             1175           1908.75           24.69               24.89               5.11        M4         12
                              450             817.3           29.05               29.25               10.75       M4         13
      CDMA2000
                              560              820            28.93               29.13               10.87       M4         14
        BC10
                              670            822.75           29.20               29.40               10.60       M4         15
                            39750             2506            23.12               23.32               6.68        M4         16
      LTE-TDD               40185            2549.5           22.57               22.77               7.23        M4         17
      Band 41               40620             2593            23.16               23.36               6.64        M4         18
    Power Class 3           41055            2636.5           22.45               22.65               7.35        M4         19
                            41490             2680            20.93               21.13               8.87        M4         20
                            39750             2506            23.64               23.84               6.16        M4         21
      LTE-TDD               40185            2549.5           22.80               23.00               7.00        M4         22
      Band 41               40620             2593            23.08               23.28               6.72        M4         23
    Power Class 2           41055            2636.5           22.51               22.71               7.29        M4         24
                            41490             2680            19.69               19.89               10.11       M4         25
                            55340             3560            23.38               23.58               6.42        M4         26
       LTE-TDD              55773            3603.3           22.43               22.63               7.37        M4         27
        Band 48             56207            3646.7           22.76               22.96               7.04        M4         28
                            56640             3690            22.46               22.66               7.34        M4         29


Note(s):
*: Measured Audio Interference level in dB (V/m): indirect method (max rms field strength Plus MIF)




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12.2. ANT2
                                                                                 Results
                                                             Results*                                Margin                Plots
     Air-Interface         Ch. No.        Freq. (MHz)                      plus 0.2dB uncertaninty             M-Rating
                                                             (dB V/m)                                 (dB)                Page #
                                                                                (dB V/m)
                             128              824.2            36.48              36.68              3.32        M4         30
       GSM850                190              836.6            36.56              36.76              3.24        M4         31
                             251              848.8            39.24              39.44              0.56        M4         32
                             512             1850.2            30.77              30.97              4.03        M3         33
      GSM1900                661              1880             30.47              30.67              4.33        M3         34
                             810             1909.8            29.75              29.95              0.05        M4         35
                            1013              824.7            29.67              29.87              10.13       M4         36
      CDMA2000
                             384              836.6            30.25              30.45              9.55        M4         37
        BC0
                             777             848.31            31.49              31.69              8.31        M4         38
                              25            1851.25            25.41              25.61              4.39        M4         39
      CDMA2000
                             600              1880             24.50              24.70              5.30        M4         40
        BC1
                            1175            1908.75            23.22              23.42              6.58        M4         41
                             450              817.3            29.25              29.45              10.55       M4         42
      CDMA2000
                             560               820             29.56              29.76              10.24       M4         43
        BC10
                             670             822.75            29.77              29.97              10.03       M4         44
                            39750             2506             22.91              23.11              6.89        M4         45
      LTE-TDD               40185            2549.5            22.53              22.73              7.27        M4         46
      Band 41               40620             2593             21.77              21.97              8.03        M4         47
    Power Class 3           41055            2636.5            20.40              20.60              9.40        M4         48
                            41490             2680             20.17              20.37              9.63        M4         49

Note(s):
*: Measured Audio Interference level in dB (V/m): indirect method (max rms field strength Plus MIF)


12.3. ANT3
                                                                                 Results
                                                             Results*                                Margin                Plots
     Air-Interface         Ch. No.        Freq. (MHz)                      plus 0.2dB uncertaninty            M-Rating
                                                             (dB V/m)                                 (dB)                Page #
                                                                                (dB V/m)
                             512            1850.20           31.43               31.63               3.37       M3         50
      GSM1900                661            1880.00           31.15               31.35               3.65       M3         51
                             810            1909.80           31.54               31.74               3.26       M3         52
                            39750           2506.00           19.09               19.29              10.71       M4         53
      LTE-TDD               40185           2549.50           21.30               21.50               8.50       M4         54
       Band 41              40620           2593.00           20.98               21.18               8.82       M4         55
    Power Class 3           41055           2636.50           19.14               19.34              10.66       M4         56
                            41490           2680.00           19.15               19.35              10.65       M4         57
                            39750           2506.00           18.93               19.13              10.87       M4         58
      LTE-TDD               40185           2549.50           20.93               21.13               8.87       M4         59
       Band 41              40620           2593.00           20.78               20.98               9.02       M4         60
    Power Class 2           41055           2636.50           19.09               19.29              10.71       M4         61
                            41490           2680.00           19.25               19.45              10.55       M4         62
                            55340            3560             20.71               20.91               9.09       M4         63
      LTE-TDD               55773           3603.3            20.31               25.58               4.42       M4         64
       Band 48              56207           3646.7            21.90               22.10               7.90       M4         65
                            56640            3690             22.12               22.32               7.68       M4         66
                              2             2417.00           25.38               25.58               4.42       M4         67
       802.11b                6             2437.00           24.12               24.32               5.68       M4         68
                              11            2462.00           23.71               23.91               6.09       M4         69
                              3             2422.00           26.67               26.87               3.13       M4         70
       802.11g                6             2437.00           25.93               26.13               3.87       M4         71
                              9             2452.00           26.58               26.78               3.22       M4         72

Note(s):
*: Measured Audio Interference level in dB (V/m): indirect method (max rms field strength Plus MIF)




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12.4. ANT4
                                                                                 Results
                                                             Results*                                Margin                Plots
      Air-Interface        Ch. No.         Freq. (MHz)                     plus 0.2dB uncertaninty             M-Rating
                                                             (dB V/m)                                 (dB)                Page #
                                                                                (dB V/m)
                             512            1850.20           31.15               31.35               3.65       M3         73
       GSM1900               661            1880.00           31.58               31.78               3.22       M3         74
                             810            1909.80           31.77               31.97               3.03       M3         75
                            39750           2506.00           22.27               22.47               7.53       M4         76
       LTE-TDD              40185           2549.50           21.34               21.54               8.46       M4         77
       Band 41              40620           2593.00           20.87               21.07               8.93       M4         78
     Power Class 3          41055           2636.50           20.12               20.32               9.68       M4         79
                            41490           2680.00           19.44               19.64              10.36       M4         80
                            39750           2506.00           20.97               21.17               8.83       M4         81
       LTE-TDD              40185           2549.50           19.74               19.94              10.06       M4         82
       Band 41              40620           2593.00           19.45               19.65              10.35       M4         83
     Power Class 2          41055           2636.50           19.24               19.44              10.56       M4         84
                            41490           2680.00           17.80               18.00              12.00       M4         85
                            55340           3560.00           20.76               20.96               9.04       M4         86
       LTE-TDD              55773           3603.30           25.18               25.38               4.62       M4         87
       Band 48              56207           3646.70           25.46               25.66               4.34       M4         88
                            56640           3690.00           22.24               22.44               7.56       M4         89
                               2            2417.00           32.24               32.44               2.56       M3         90
        802.11b                6            2437.00           30.93               31.13               3.87       M3         91
                              11            2462.00           32.06               32.26               2.74       M3         92
                               3            2422.00           34.57               34.77               0.23       M3         93
        802.11g                6            2437.00           32.65               32.85               2.15       M3         94
                               9            2452.00           32.62               32.82               2.18       M3         95

Note(s):
*: Measured Audio Interference level in dB (V/m): indirect method (max rms field strength Plus MIF)


12.5. ANT5
                                                                                 Results
                                                             Results*                                Margin                Plots
     Air-Interface         Ch. No.        Freq. (MHz)                      plus 0.2dB uncertaninty            M-Rating
                                                             (dB V/m)                                 (dB)                Page #
                                                                                (dB V/m)
  802.15.1 Bluetooth          78              2480             27.21              27.41               2.59       M4
                              40              5200             15.09              15.29              14.71       M4          96
   802.11a (5.2 GHz)          44              5220             13.20              13.40              16.60       M4          97
                              48              5240             14.70              14.90              15.10       M4          98
                              52              5260             13.64              13.84              16.16       M4          99
   802.11a (5.3 GHz)          56              5280             14.23              14.43              15.57       M4         100
                              60              5300             14.25              14.45              15.55       M4         101
                             104              5520             13.98              14.18              15.82       M4         102
   802.11a (5.5 GHz)         124              5620             14.27              14.47              15.53       M4         103
                             144              5720             15.55              15.75              14.25       M4         104
                             149              5745             15.37              15.57              14.43       M4         105
   802.11a (5.8 GHz)         157              5785             16.19              16.39              13.61       M4         106
                             165              5825             17.11              17.31              12.69       M4         107

Note(s):
*: Measured Audio Interference level in dB (V/m): indirect method (max rms field strength Plus MIF)




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    12.6.            ANT6
                                                                                 Results
                                                             Results*                                Margin                Plots
     Air-Interface          Ch. No.       Freq. (MHz)                      plus 0.2dB uncertaninty            M-Rating
                                                             (dB V/m)                                 (dB)                Page #
                                                                                (dB V/m)
                            55340           3560.00           21.32               21.52               8.48       M4         108
      LTE-TDD               55773           3603.30           22.51               22.71               7.29       M4         109
       Band 48              56207           3646.70           22.27               22.47               7.53       M4         110
                            56640           3690.00           22.10               22.30               7.70       M4         111
                              40             5200             23.46               23.66               6.34       M4         112
   802.11a (5.2 GHz)          44             5220             24.15               24.35               5.65       M4         113
                              48             5240             24.81               25.01               4.99       M4         114
                              52             5260             25.88               26.08               3.92       M4         115
   802.11a (5.3 GHz)          56             5280             26.21               26.41               3.59       M4         116
                              60             5300             26.07               26.27               3.73       M4         117
                             104             5520             27.52               27.72               2.28       M4         118
   802.11a (5.5 GHz)         124             5620             27.05               27.25               2.75       M4         119
                             144             5720             26.33               26.53               3.47       M4         120
                             149             5745             25.99               26.19               3.81       M4         121
   802.11a (5.8 GHz)         157             5785             25.44               25.64               4.36       M4         122
                             165             5825             24.64               24.84               5.16       M4         123

Note(s):
*: Measured Audio Interference level in dB (V/m): indirect method (max rms field strength Plus MIF)




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12.7. Worst Case RF Emission Test Plot
Test Laboratory: UL Verification Services Inc. SAR Lab 8                                 Date: 6/24/2019

HAC-RF Emission
Communication System: UID 10077 - CAB, IEEE 802.11g WiFi 2.4 GHz (DSSS/OFDM, 54 Mbps); Frequency: 2422 MHz; Duty
Cycle: 1:12.5893
Phantom section: RF Section
DASY5 Configuration:
- Probe: EF3DV3 - SN4041; ConvF(1, 1, 1); Calibrated: 3/22/2019;
- Sensor-Surface: (Fix Surface)
- Electronics: DAE4 Sn1540; Calibrated: 2/18/2019
- Phantom: HAC Test Arch with AMCC; Type: SD HAC P01 BB
- Measurement SW: DASY52, Version 52.8 (7);SEMCAD X Version 14.6.10 (7164)

802.11g E-Field measurement/IEEE 802.11g_OFDM 54 Mbps_ch 3/Hearing Aid
Compatibility Test (101x101x1): Interpolated grid: dx=0.5000 mm, dy=0.5000 mm
Device Reference Point: 0, 0, -6.3 mm
Reference Value = 66.09 V/m; Power Drift = -0.03 dB
Applied MIF = 0.12 dB
RF audio interference level = 34.57 dBV/m
Emission category: M3

                                    MIF scaled E-field
                                     Grid 1 M3        Grid 2 M3     Grid 3 M3
                                     30.97 dBV/m      33.11 dBV/m   33.03 dBV/m
                                     Grid 4 M3        Grid 5 M3     Grid 6 M3
                                     32.3 dBV/m       34.57 dBV/m   34.48 dBV/m
                                     Grid 7 M2        Grid 8 M2     Grid 9 M2
                                     36.34 dBV/m      37.26 dBV/m   37.01 dBV/m




                      0 dB = 72.93 V/m = 37.26 dBV/m


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Appendixes
Refer to separated files for the following appendixes

Appendix A: HAC RF Emission Setup Photo

Appendix B: System Validation Plots

Appendix C: HAC RF Emission Test Plots

Appendix D: MIF Attestation Letter

Appendix E: Probe Calibration Certificates

Appendix F: Dipole Calibration Certificates

Appendix G: UID Specifications



                                                 END OF REPORT




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