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         RF EXPOSURE EVALUATION REPORT                                                  Report No. : FA8D2018B




     RF EXPOSURE EVALUATION REPORT

            FCC ID              : NM82Q6U100
            Equipment           : Smart Hub
            Model Name          : 2Q6U100
            Applicant    : HTC Corporation
                           No.88, Sec. 3, Zhongxing Rd., Xindian Dist., New
                           Taipei City 231, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
            Manufacturer : HTC Corporation
                           No.88, Sec. 3, Zhongxing Rd., Xindian Dist., New
                           Taipei City 231, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
            Standard     : FCC 47 CFR Part 2 (2.1093)

      We, SPORTON INTERNATIONAL INC have been evaluated in accordance with 47 CFR Part
      2.1093 for the device and pass the limit.

      The test results in this variant report apply exclusively to the tested model / sample.
      Without     written   approval of     SPORTON      INTERNATIONAL INC.        EMC       &   Wireless
      Communications Laboratory, the test report shall not be reproduced except in full.




      Approved by: Cona Huang / Deputy Manager



SPORTON INTERNATIONAL INC. EMC & Wireless Communications Laboratory
                       No. 52, Huaya 1st Rd., Guishan Dist., Taoyuan City, Taiwan (R.O.C.)




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              RF EXPOSURE EVALUATION REPORT                                                                                                     Report No. : FA8D2018B

                                                                 Table of Contents
1. Summary ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4
2. Guidance Applied .......................................................................................................................................................... 4
3. Equipment Under Test (EUT) Information ................................................................................................................... 5
     3.1 General Information ............................................................................................................................................... 5
4. RF Exposure Limits....................................................................................................................................................... 6
     4.1 Uncontrolled Environment ...................................................................................................................................... 6
     4.2 Controlled Environment.......................................................................................................................................... 6
5. System Description and Setup .................................................................................................................................... 7
     5.1 EUmmWave Probe / E-Field 5G Probe .................................................................................................................. 8
     5.2 Data Acquisition Electronics (DAE) ........................................................................................................................ 9
     5.3 Scan configuration ................................................................................................................................................. 9
6. Test Equipment List ...................................................................................................................................................... 9
7. System Verification Source .........................................................................................................................................10
8. Power Density System Verification ............................................................................................................................11
9. System Verification Results ........................................................................................................................................11
     9.1 Computation of the Electric Field Polarization Ellipse ...........................................................................................12
     9.2 Total Field and Power Flux Density Reconstruction ..............................................................................................12
10. 802.11ad Duty cycle ...................................................................................................................................................13
11. Test Positions .............................................................................................................................................................14
12. RF Exposure Evaluation Results ..............................................................................................................................14
13. Simultaneous Transmission Analysis ......................................................................................................................15
14. Uncertainty Assessment ...........................................................................................................................................16
15. References ..................................................................................................................................................................17

Appendix A. Plots of System Performance Check
Appendix B. Plots of Power Density Measurement
Appendix C. DASY Calibration Certificate
Appendix D. Simultaneous Transmission analysis
Appendix E. Antenna Location & Test Setup Photos




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                                 History of this test report
    Report No.         Version                             Description              Issued Date

    FA8D2018B            01      Initial issue of report                            Mar. 13, 2019




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1. Summary
The maximum measured average power density found during testing for HTC Corporation, Smart Hub, are as follows.

                                                                                      Simultaneous transmission with
                            Standalone transmission
                                                                                             other transmitters
                            Highest Total Power Density,
                                                   2        Limit (FCC part 1.310)
                                averaging over 4cm                        2           Summation of Exposure Ratio
                                             2                     (mW/cm )
                                     (mW/cm )
        802.11ad                       0.867                          1                           0.998




2. Guidance Applied
    The Power Density testing specification, method, and procedure for this device is in accordance with the following
    standards:
    ‧    FCC 47 CFR Part 2.1091
    ‧    FCC 47 CFR Part 2.1093
    ‧    FCC KDB 865664 D02 SAR Reporting v01r02
    ‧    FCC KDB 447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06
    ‧    TCBC workshop notes
    ‧    IEC Draft TR 63170




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3. Equipment Under Test (EUT) Information
3.1 General Information
                                   Product Feature & Specification
Equipment Name         Smart Hub
Model Name             2Q6U100
FCC ID                  NM82Q6U100
                        LTE Band 2: 1850.7 MHz ~ 1909.3 MHz
                        LTE Band 4: 1710.7 MHz ~ 1754.3 MHz
                        LTE Band 5: 824.7 MHz ~ 848.3 MHz
                        LTE Band 7: 2502.5 MHz ~ 2567.5 MHz
                        LTE Band 12: 699.7 MHz ~ 715.3 MHz
                        LTE Band 13: 779.5 MHz ~ 784.5 MHz
                        LTE Band 25: 1850.7 MHz ~ 1914.3 MHz
                        LTE Band 26: 814.7 MHz ~ 848.3 MHz
                        LTE Band 41: 2498.5 MHz ~ 2687.5 MHz
Wireless Technology and
                        LTE Band 66: 1710.7 MHz ~ 1779.3 MHz
Frequency Range
                        LTE Band 71: 665.5 MHz ~ 695.5 MHz
                        Sub 6G n41: 2506.02 MHz ~ 2679.99 MHz
                        WLAN 2.4GHz Band: 2412 MHz ~ 2462 MHz
                        WLAN 5.2GHz Band: 5180 MHz ~ 5240 MHz
                        WLAN 5.3GHz Band: 5260 MHz ~ 5320 MHz
                        WLAN 5.5GHz Band: 5500 MHz ~ 5720MHz
                        WLAN 5.8GHz Band: 5745 MHz ~ 5825 MHz
                        Bluetooth: 2402 MHz ~ 2480 MHz
                        802.11ad: 60GHz
                        LTE / Sub 6G n41: QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM
                        802.11a/b/g/n/ac HT20/HT40/VHT20/VHT40/VHT80
Mode
                        802.11ad
                        Bluetooth BR/EDR/LE/HS
EUT Stage               Identical Prototype


Reviewed by: Eric Huang
Report Producer: Wan Liu




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4. RF Exposure Limits
4.1 Uncontrolled Environment
Uncontrolled Environments are defined as locations where there is the exposure of individuals who have no knowledge or
control of their exposure. The general population/uncontrolled exposure limits are applicable to situations in which the
general public may be exposed or in which persons who are exposed as a consequence of their employment may not be
made fully aware of the potential for exposure or cannot exercise control over their exposure. Members of the general
public would come under this category when exposure is not employment-related; for example, in the case of a wireless
transmitter that exposes persons in its vicinity.


4.2 Controlled Environment
Controlled Environments are defined as locations where there is exposure that may be incurred by persons who are
aware of the potential for exposure, (i.e. as a result of employment or occupation). In general, occupational/controlled
exposure limits are applicable to situations in which persons are exposed as a consequence of their employment, who
have been made fully aware of the potential for exposure and can exercise control over their exposure. The exposure
category is also applicable when the exposure is of a transient nature due to incidental passage through a location where
the exposure levels may be higher than the general population/uncontrolled limits, but the exposed person is fully aware
of the potential for exposure and can exercise control over his or her exposure by leaving the area or by some other
appropriate means.


The criteria listed in Table 1 shall be used to evaluate the environmental impact of human exposure above 6GHz to radio
frequency (RF) radiation as specified in §1.1310.
                                                                                                                 2
General Population Basic restriction for power density for frequencies between 1.5GHz and 100 GHz is 1.0 mW/cm = 10
     2
W/m




                                                           Table 1




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5. System Description and Setup
The system to be used for the near field power density measurement
    SPEAG DASY6 system
    SPEAG cDASY6 5G module software
    EUmmWVx probe
    5G Phantom cover




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5.1 EUmmWave Probe / E-Field 5G Probe

The probe design allows measurements at distances as small as 2 mm from the sensors to the surface of
the device under test (DUT). The typical sensor to probe tip distance is 1.5 mm.

Frequency                            750 MHz – 110 GHz
Probe Overall Length                 320 mm
Probe Body Diameter                  8.0 mm
Tip Length                           23.0 mm
Tip Diameter                         8.0 mm
Probe’s two dipoles length           0.9 mm – Diode loaded
Dynamic Range                        < 20 V/m - 10000 V/m with PRE-10 (min < 50 V/m - 3000 V/m)
Position Precision                   < 0.2 mm
Distance between diode sensors and
                                     1.5 mm
probe’s tip
Minimum Mechanical separation
                                     0.5 mm
between probe tip and a Surface
                                     E-field measurements of 5G devices and other mm-wave transmitters
Applications                         operating above 10GHz in < 2 mm distance from device (free-space)
                                     Power density, H-field and far-field analysis using total field reconstruction.
Compatibility                        cDASY6 + 5G-Module SW1.0 and higher




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5.2 Data Acquisition Electronics (DAE)
The data acquisition electronics (DAE) consists of a highly sensitive
electrometer-grade preamplifier with auto-zeroing, a channel and
gain-switching multiplexer, a fast 16 bit AD-converter and a command
decoder and control logic unit. Transmission to the measurement
server is accomplished through an optical downlink for data and
status information as well as an optical uplink for commands and the
clock.
The input impedance of the DAE is 200 MOhm; the inputs are
symmetrical and floating. Common mode rejection is above 80 dB.




5.3 Scan configuration
Fine-resolution scans on 2 different planes are performed to reconstruct the E- and H-fields as well as the
power density; the z-distance between the 2 planes is set to λ/4.
The (x, y) grid step is also setλ/4, the grid extent is set to sufficiently large to identify the field pattern and the
peak.




6. Test Equipment List
                                                                                                   Calibration
  Manufacturer              Name of Equipment            Type/Model    Serial Number
                                                                                           Last Cal.        Due Date
     SPEAG                 5G Verification Source          60 GHz           1009         Apr. 05, 2018    Apr. 04, 2019
     SPEAG             EUmmWV Probe Tip Protection        EUmmWV3           9390         Jun. 28, 2018    Jun. 27, 2019
     SPEAG               Data Acquisition Electronics       DAE4            778         May. 25, 2018     May. 24, 2019
     Gencom                     Thermometer                  TE1          TM225-1       Mar. 16, 2018     Mar. 15, 2019
     Gencom                     Thermometer                  TE1          TM225-1       Mar. 16, 2018     Mar. 15, 2019
       OML                          Mixer                 M15HW/A         V91113-1       Oct. 10, 2018    Oct. 09, 2019
 Rohde & Schwarz             Spectrum Analyzer              FSV40          101408        Jul. 30, 2018     Jul. 29, 2019
Custom Microwave           Standard Horn antenna           M15RH         V91113-A            NCR                 NCR




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7. System Verification Source
The System Verification sources at 30 GHz and above comprise horn-antennas and very stable signal
generators.

Model                               Ka-band horn antenna
Calibrated frequency:               30 GHz at 10mm from the case surface
Frequency accuracy                   ± 100 MHz
E-field polarization                linear
Harmonics                           -20 dBc
Total radiated power                14 dBm
Power stability                     0.05 dB
Power consumption                   5W
Size                                00 x 100 x 100 mm
Weight                              1 kg




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8. Power Density System Verification
The system performance check verifies that the system operates within its specifications.

The EUT is replaced by a calibrated source, the same spatial resolution, measurement region and the test
separation used in the calibration was applied to system check. Through visual inspection into the measured
power density distribution, both spatially (shape) and numerically (level) have no noticeable difference. The
measured results should be within 10% of the calibrated targets.




                              Settings for measurement of verification sources




                                           Verification Setup photo




9. System Verification Results
                               5G                                          Measured      Targeted
               Frequency                  Probe      DAE       Distance                                Deviation
    Date                   Verification                                      4 cm²         4 cm²
                 (GHz)                     S/N       S/N        (mm)                                     (%)
                             Source                                         (W/m²)        (W/m²)
 2019/2/12         60      60GHz-1009     9390       778          10          227         231.223       -1.83%
 2019/2/19         60      60GHz-1009     9390       778          10          231        231.223        -0.10%
 2019/2/26         60      60GHz-1009     9390       778          10          234        231.223         1.20%
  2019/3/5         60      60GHz-1009     9390       778          10          223        231.223        -3.56%




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9.1 Computation of the Electric Field Polarization Ellipse
For the numerical description of an arbitrarily oriented ellipse in three-dimensional space, five parameters are
needed: the semi-major axis (a), the semi-minor axis (b), two angles describing the orientation of the normal
vector of the ellipse (∅, θ), and one angle describing the tilt of the semi-major axis (ψ). For the two extreme
cases, i.e., circular and linear polarizations, three parameters only (a, ∅ and θ) are sufficient for the
description of the incident field.




Illustration of the angles used for the numerical description of the sensor and the orientation of an ellipse in 3-D space.


For the reconstruction of the ellipse parameters from measured data, the problem can be reformulated as a
nonlinear search problem. The semi-major and semi-minor axes of an elliptical field can be expressed as
functions of the three angles (∅, θ and ψ). The parameters can be uniquely determined towards minimizing
the error based on least-squares for the given set of angles and the measured data. In this way, the number of
free parameters is reduced from five to three, which means that at least three sensor readings are necessary
to gain sufficient information for the reconstruction of the ellipse parameters. However, to suppress the noise
and increase the reconstruction accuracy, it is desirable that the system of equations be over determined. The
solution to use a probe consisting of two sensors angled by r1 and r2 toward the probe axis and to perform
measurements at three angular positions of the probe, i.e., at β1, β2 and β3, results in over-determinations by
a factor of two. If there is a need for more information or increased accuracy, more rotation angles can be
added. The reconstruction of the ellipse parameters can be separated into linear and non-linear parts that are
best solved by the Givens algorithm combined with a downhill simplex algorithm. To minimize the mutual
coupling, sensor angles are set with a shift of 90 degree (r2 = r1 + 90 degree), and to simplify, the first rotation
angle of the probe (β1) can be set to 0 degree


9.2 Total Field and Power Flux Density Reconstruction
Computation of the power density in general requires knowledge of the electric and magnetic field amplitudes
and phases in the plane of incidence. Reconstruction of these quantities from pseudo-vector E-field
measurements is feasible, as they are constrained by Maxwell's equations. SPEAG have developed a
reconstruction approach based on the Gerchberg-Saxton algorithm, which benefits from the availability of the
E-field polarization ellipse information obtained with the EUmmWV2 probe.
The average of the reconstructed power density is evaluated over a circular area in each measurement plane.
Two average power density values can be computed, the average total power density and the average
incident power density, and the average total power density is used to determine compliance.




The software post-processing reports to values, “S avg tot” and “S avg inc”. “S avg tot” represents average
total power density (all three xyz components included), and “S avg inc” represents average normal power
density. The average total power density “S avg tot” is reported to determine the device compliance.



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10. 802.11ad Duty cycle
<Duty Cycle>
The actual 11ad RF signal is a wideband signal and is limited to transmit at 85% duty cycle.

Mode                    On Time(ms)              On+Off Time(ms)          Duty Cycle (%)
802.11ad                7.5217                   9.0435                   83.17%




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11. Test Positions

 802.11ad                                                            Measurement Plane
 antenna
                       Front               Back                  Left                  Right                  Top                   Bottom
  module
                      @ 10 mm             @ 10 mm              @ 10 mm                @ 10 mm               @ 10 mm                @ 10 mm
       Left               Yes                  Yes                   Yes                     No                   Yes                No

   Right                  Yes                  Yes                   No                     Yes                   Yes                No
General Note:
1. According to appendix E antenna location, when the antenna to the edge is higher than 25mm, for that
   edge is not tested.




12. RF Exposure Evaluation Results
General Note:
1. The 802.11ad PD test was performed of a 10mm separation between sensor and EUT surface (the probe
   tip is 0.5mm to the EUT surface).
2. The test position/separation and the area to scan for each test is selected and identified in the simulation
   report, details in illustrated in the simulation report exhibit and the operational description.
3. Using test software, the device under test was configured to transmit maximum power and at 100% duty
   cycle, at the center frequency of each desired channel. The actual 11ad RF signal is a wideband signal
   and is limited to transmit at 85% duty cycle. Therefore the measured maximum 4cm^2 average power
   density was scaled to account for the 85% duty factor.
4. According to TCBC Workshop in October 2018, 4 cm^2 averaging area may now be considered.
5. Above 6 GHz, Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) limits apply to portable exposure conditions
   according to 47 CFR §2.1093.
                                                                                                         Measured       Measured
                                                                                                                                       4cm^2
                                                                             EIRP                         4cm^2          4cm^2
          802.11ad       Test                                                                                                         Average
 Plot                                           Exposure    Test           Average   E-peak H-peak       Average        Average
          antenna     Distance   Channel Sector                                                                                         Total
 No.                                              plane    Position         Power     [V/m]  [A/m]        Normal          Total
           module       (mm)                                                                                                             PD
                                                                            (dBm)                           PD             PD
                                                                                                                                    (W/m^2)*85%
                                                                                                         (W/m^2)        (W/m^2)
              Left      10          1     34         1       Front          14.66    103.00   0.277        7.620          8.34          7.09
              Left      10          1     36         1       Front          8.83     91.60        0.24     4.89            6.45         5.48
              Left      10          3     34         1       Front          15.54    106.00       0.26     7.74            8.56         7.28
  01          Left      10          3     40         1       Front          23.01     125     0.315        9.39            10.2         8.67
              Left      10          4     37         1       Front          13.24     93.8    0.256        6.38            7.7          6.55
              Left      10          4     36         1       Front          19.38    126.00       0.32     7.92            8.21         6.98
              Left      10          1     33         2       Back           2.94      19.6    0.053       0.789            0.8          0.68
              Left      10          1     58         3     Top Side         14.10     26.6    0.065       0.677           0.711         0.60
              Left      10          4     50         4     Left Side        10.30     35.8    0.091       0.866            0.89         0.76
              Right     10          1     10         1       Front          10.29    105.0    0.281       6.560            7.81         6.64
              Right     10          1     20         1       Front          13.61     86.5    0.211       4.580            4.90         4.17
              Right     10          2      3         1       Front          11.56    106.0    0.277       8.110            9.20         7.82
              Right     10          2     12         1       Front          12.05     91.3    0.218       5.390            6.40         5.44
              Right     10          4     12         1       Front          15.55    129.0    0.329        9.01            9.97         8.47
              Right     10          4      3         1       Front          12.41     109     0.279        7.74            8.06         6.85
              Right     10          2     13         2       Back           10.18     32.1    0.092        1.44            1.47         1.25
              Right     10          2     18         3     Right Side       9.56      20.3    0.055       0.511           0.531         0.45
              Right     10          4      8         4     Top Side         6.70      26.6    0.068        1.01            1.07         0.91




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13. Simultaneous Transmission Analysis
Simultaneous                                                                                        802.11ad 802.11ad
                                                Sub-6G    2.4GHz     2.4GHz     5GHz      4GHz
transmission       LTE       LTE        LTE                                                           (Left   (Right
                                                  n41    WLAN/BT     WLAN       WLAN      WLAN
combination       Ant 0     Ant 1      Ant 2                                                        Antenna Antenna
                                                 Ant 5     Ant 0      Ant 1     Ant 0     Ant 1
  scenarios                                                                                         module) module)
      1                                                                                                
      2                                                                                                
      3                                                                                               
      4                                                                                                
      5                                                                                                
      6                                                                                               
      7                                                                                                
      8                                                                                                
      9                                                                                               
     10                                                                                                
     11                                                                                                
     12                                                                                               
     13                                                                                                
     14                                                                                                
     15                                                                                               
     16                                                                                                
     17                                                                                                
     18                                                                                               
General Note:
1.  The WWAN / WLAN and BT SAR test results were referring the report of FCC ID: NM82Q6U100 (Sporton SAR
    Report No. FA8D2018A)
2.  For 802.11ad, the left and right antennas can’t transmit simultaneously.
3.  The 802.11ad PD test was performed of a 10mm separation between sensor and EUT surface, the test results are
    conservatively used in simultaneous transmission analysis in body exposure conditions.
4.  for Sub-6G n41 only can transmit simultaneous with TDD LTE B41 at antenna 2
5.  Considering 802.11ad with WWAN / WLAN and Bluetooth can transmit simultaneously, the basic restrictions are on
    SAR and power density, and summation of these quantities should follow below formula and the simultaneous
    transmission analysis was following below step and the detail analysis please refer to appendix D:
    i) Use the standalone SAR according original report to collocate with 802.11ad power density at each exposure
        positions, if the result < 1, additional analysis is not necessary.
    ii) If this ratio is larger than 1, use surface single point SAR measurements and treat as 1-gram measurements with
        1.6 W/kg as the limit. Use these measurement for the point by point summation and confirm the ratio summation
        does not exceed 1

               The [∑ of (the highest measured or estimated SAR for each standalone antenna configuration,
                     adjusted for maximum tune-up tolerance) / 1.6 W/kg] + [∑ of MPE ratios] is ≤ 1.0.




       Test Engineer: Aaron Chen, Steven Chang, Thomas Wang, and Nick Yu




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14. Uncertainty Assessment
The budget is valid for evaluation distances > λ/2π. For specific tests and configurations, the Uncertainty could be
considerably smaller.



                                  Preliminary Module mmWave Uncertainty Budget
                                   Evaluation Distances to the Antennas > λ / 2π

                                   Uncertainty                                                 Standard
                                                                                                                  (Vi)
       Error Description             Value           Probability     Divisor       (Ci)       Uncertainty
                                                                                                                  Veff
                                     (± dB)                                                      (±dB)
     Measurement System
       Probe Calibration               0.49               N             1           1             0.49               ∞
    Hemispherical Isotropy             0.50               R           1.732         1             0.29               ∞
            Linearity                  0.20               R           1.732         0             0.12               ∞
    System Detection Limits            0.04               R           1.732         1             0.02               ∞
     Modulation Response               0.40               R           1.732         1             0.23               ∞
     Readout Electronics               0.03               N             1           1             0.03               ∞
        Response Time                  0.00               R           1.732         1             0.00               ∞
       Integration Time                0.00               R           1.732         1             0.00               ∞
      RF Ambient Noise                  0.2               R           1.732         1             0.12               ∞
    RF Ambient Reflections             0.21               R           1.732         1             0.12               ∞
       Probe Positioner                0.04               R           1.732         1             0.02               ∞
       Probe Positioning               0.30               R           1.732         1             0.17               ∞
      Savg Reconstruction              0.60               R           1.732         1             0.35               ∞
     Test Sample Related
           Power Drift                0.2               R             1.732         1             0.12               ∞
          Input Power                  0                N               1           0             0.00               ∞
                               Combined Std. Uncertainty                                        0.76 dB              ∞
                               Coverage Factor for 95 %                                           K=2
                               Expanded STD Uncertainty                                         1.52 dB




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15. References
       [1]   FCC 47 CFR Part 2 “Frequency Allocations and Radio Treaty Matters; General Rules and
             Regulations”
       [2]   FCC KDB 447498 D01 v06, “Mobile and Portable Device RF Exposure Procedures and
             Equipment Authorization Policies”, Oct 2015
       [3]   FCC KDB 865664 D02 v01r02, “RF Exposure Compliance Reporting and Documentation
             Considerations” Oct 2015.
       [4]   FCC KDB 648474 D04 v01r03, “SAR Evaluation Considerations for Wireless Handsets”, Oct
             2015.




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