SAR Test Report_Part I

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 1. Client

       « Name                         : DREAMUS COMPANY
       + Address                      : 5, Bangbae—ro 18—gil, Seocho—gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

       + Date of Receipt              : 2019—04—11

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     . Name of Product and Model                      : SP2000 /   PPF33
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 4. Manufacturer and Country of Origin                : DREAMUS COMPANY / Korea

 5. FCC ID                                            : QDMPPF33

 6. Date of Test                      : 2019—05—14 to 2019—05—25

 7. Test Standards                    : IEEE 1528—2013, ANSIV/IEEE C95.1, KDB Publication




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



                    Tested by                                      Technical Manager

     Affirmation                                                                 %‘\
                    Name : Kyounghoo Min fiéfi;)-_ Name:                       Jongwon Ma    (Signature)




                                                                                            2019—06—11



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Report revision history
         Date                                        Revision                                       Page No
     2019-05-31                                    Initial report                                      -
                                Revised Bluetooth Average Conducted Output Power                      21
      2019-06-07
                                Revised Simultaneous Transmission Configurations                      26
      2019-06-11                    Revised SAR Test Exclusions Applied table                         22




Please note: Report KR19-SPF00011-B issued on 2019-06-11 supersedes previously issued
report KR19-SPF00011-A issued on 2019-06-07.

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                                                                CONTENTS
1.        General information .................................................................................................................................. 4
2.        Device information .................................................................................................................................... 5
3.        Report Overview ........................................................................................................................................ 6
4.        Test Lab Declaration or Comments .................................................................................................... 6
5.        Applicant Declaration or Comments .................................................................................................. 6
6.        SAR Test Methods and Procedures ................................................................................................... 7
7.        Measurement Uncertainty ...................................................................................................................... 7
8.        Specific Absorption Rate ........................................................................................................................ 8
9.        The SAR Measurement System ....................................................................................................... 10
10.       Test Equipment Information ............................................................................................................... 14
11.       System Verification ................................................................................................................................ 15
12.       SAR Measurement Procedures ........................................................................................................ 17
13.       WLAN Measured Procedures............................................................................................................ 18
14.       RF Average Conducted Output Power........................................................................................... 20
15.        SAR Test Exclusions Applied ........................................................................................................... 22
16.       SAR Test Results ................................................................................................................................... 23
16.       SAR Measurement Variability ............................................................................................................ 25
17.       Simultaneous Transmission ............................................................................................................... 26
18.       Test System Verification Results ..................................................................................................... 27
19.       Test Results ............................................................................................................................................. 30
Appendix A. Calibration certificate .............................................................................................................. 33
Appendix B. EUT Photo ................................................................................................................................ 104
Appendix C. Test Photo ................................................................................................................................. 107
End of test report ............................................................................................................................................. 109




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1.       General information
Client              :   DREAMUS COMPANY
Address             :   5, Bangbae-ro 18gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Manufacturer        :   DREAMUS COMPANY
Address             :   5, Bangbae-ro 18gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Contact Person          Yewon.Jeong / yewon.jeong@iriver.com
Laboratory          :   KCTL Inc.
Address             :   65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea
Accreditations      :   FCC Site Designation No: KR0040, FCC Site Registration No: 687132
                        VCCI Registration No. : R-3327, G-198, C-3706, T-1849
                        Industry Canada Registration No. : 8035A
                        KOLAS No.: KT231




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2.       Device information
2.1      Basic description

EUT Type                      SP2000

Brand Name                    DREAMUS COMPANY

Mode of Operation             WLAN 2.4 ㎓ / 5 ㎓, Bluetooth

Model Number                  PPF33

Serial Number                 57
                              WLAN 2.4 ㎓: 2 412 ㎒ ~ 2 462 ㎒
                              WLAN 5.2 ㎓: 5 180 ㎒ ~ 5 240 ㎒
Tx Freq. Range
                              WLAN 5.8 ㎓: 5 745 ㎒ ~ 5 825 ㎒
                              Bluetooth: 2 402 ㎒ ~ 2 480 ㎒


2.2      Summary of SAR Test Results

                                                                          Highest Reported
           Band                    Equipment Class
                                                                              1g Body (W/㎏)
          802.11b                        DTS                                      0.05
           U-II-1                         NII                                     1.29
          U-NII-3                         NII                                     0.22
 Simultaneous SAR per KDB 690783 D01v01r03                                         N/A




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3.      Report Overview
This report details the results of testing carried out on the samples listed in section 2, the
results contained in this test report do not relate to other samples of the same product. The
manufacturer should ensure that all products in series production are in conformity with the
product sample detailed in this report.

This report may only be reproduced and distributed in full. If the product in this test report is
used in any configuration other than that detailed in the test report, the manufacturer must
ensure the new configuration complies with all relevant standards and certification
requirements. Any mention of KCTL Inc. Wireless lab or testing done by KCTL Inc. Wireless
lab made in connection with the distribution or use of the tested product must be approved in
writing by KCTL Inc. Wireless lab.


4.      Test Lab Declaration or Comments
None


5.      Applicant Declaration or Comments
None




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6.      SAR Test Methods and Procedures
The tests documented in this report were performed in accordance with IEEE Standard 1528-
2003 & IEEE 1528a-2005 and the following published KDB procedures:
      248227 D01 802.11 Wi-Fi SAR v02r02
      447498 D01 General RF Exposure Guidance v06
      447498 D03 Supplement C Cross-Reference v01
      865664 D01 SAR measurement 100 ㎒ to 6 ㎓ v01r04
      865664 D02 RF Exposure Reporting v01r02
      941225 D06 Hotspot Mode v02r01
      October 2016 TCB Workshop Notes (Bluetooth Duty Factor)
      April 2019 TCB Workshop Notes (Tissue Simulating Liquids)


7.      Measurement Uncertainty
Per KDB 865664 D01 SAR measurement 100 ㎒ to 6 ㎓, when the highest measured 1-g
SAR within a frequency band is < 1.5 W/㎏ and the measured 10-g SAR within a frequency
band is < 3.75 W/㎏. The expanded SAR measurement uncertainty must be ≤ 30%, for a
confidence interval of k = 2. If these conditions are met, extensive SAR measurement
uncertainty analysis described in IEEE Standard 1528-2013 is not required in SAR reports
submitted for equipment approval. For this device, the highest measured 1-g SAR is less
1.5W/㎏ and highest measured 10-g SAR is less 3.75W/㎏. Therefore, the measurement
uncertainty table is not required in this report.




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8.       Specific Absorption Rate
8.1      Introduction

The SAR is related to the rate at which energy is absorbed per unit mass in an object exposed
to a radio field. The SAR distribution in a biological body is complicated and is usually carried
out by experimental techniques or numerical modeling. The standard recommends limits for
two tiers of groups, occupational / controlled and general population/uncontrolled, based on
a person’s awareness and ability to exercise control over his or her exposure. In general,
occupational/controlled exposure limits are higher than the limits for general
population/uncontrolled.

8.2      SAR Definition

The SAR definition is the time derivative (rate) of the incremental energy (dW) absorbed by
(dissipated in) an incremental mass (dm) contained in a volume element (dv) of a given
density (ρ). The equation description is as below:




SAR is expressed in units of Watts per kilogram (W/㎏)
SAR measurement can be either related to the temperature elevation in tissue by




Where: C is the specific head capacity, δT is the temperature rise and δt is the exposure
duration, or related to the electrical field in the tissue by




Where: σ is the conductivity of the tissue, ρ is the mass density of the tissue and E is the
RMS electrical field strength. However for evaluating SAR of low power transmitter,
electrical field measurement is typically applied.

8.3      SAR Standards and Limits

According to FCC 47CFR §2.1093(d) The limits to be used for evaluation are based generally
on criteria published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for localized
specific absorption rate (‘‘SAR’’) in Section 4.2 of ‘‘IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with
Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 ㎓,’’
ANSI/IEEE C95.3–2003, Copyright 2003 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers, Inc., New York, New York 10017. These criteria for SAR evaluation are similar to
those recommended by the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
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(NCRP) in ‘‘Biological Effects and Exposure Criteria for Radio frequency Electromagnetic
Fields,’’ NCRP Report No. 86, Section 17.4.5. Copyright NCRP, 1986, Bethesda, Maryland
20814. SAR is a measure of the rate of energy absorption due to exposure to an RF
transmitting source. SAR values have been related to threshold levels for potential biological
hazards. The criteria to be used are specified in paragraphs (d)(1) and (d)(2) of this section
and shall apply for portable devices transmitting in the frequency range from 100 kHz to 6 ㎓.
Portable devices that transmit at frequencies above 6 ㎓ are to be evaluated in terms of the
MPE limits specified in § 1.1310 of this chapter. Measurements and calculations to
demonstrate compliance with MPE field strength or power density limits for devices operating
above 6 ㎓ should be made at a minimum distance of 5 cm from the radiating source.
(1) Limits for Occupational/Controlled exposure: 0.4 W/ ㎏as averaged over the whole-body
and spatial peak SAR not exceeding 8 W/㎏ as averaged over any 1 gram of tissue (defined
as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube). Exceptions are the hands, wrists, feet and ankles
where the spatial peak SAR shall not exceed 20 W/㎏, as averaged over an 10 grams of
tissue (defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube). Occupational/Controlled limits
apply when persons are exposed as a consequence of their employment provided these
persons are fully aware of and exercise control over their exposure. Awareness of exposure
can be accomplished by use of warning labels or by specific training or education through
appropriate means, such as an RF safety program in a work environment.
(2) Limits for General Population/Uncontrolled exposure: 0.08 W/㎏ as averaged over the
whole-body and spatial peak SAR not exceeding 1.6 W/㎏ as averaged over any 1 gram of
tissue (defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube). Exceptions are the hands, wrists,
feet and ankles where the spatial peak SAR shall not exceed 4 W/ ㎏, as averaged over any
10 grams of tissue (defined as a tissue volume in the shape of a cube). General
Population/Uncontrolled limits apply when the general public may be exposed, or when
persons that are exposed as a consequence of their employment may not be fully aware of
the potential for exposure or do not exercise control over their exposure. Warning labels
placed on consumer devices such as cellular telephones will not be sufficient reason to allow
these devices to be evaluated subject to limits for occupational/controlled exposure in
paragraph (d)(1) of this section.
                                         Uncontrolled                   Controlled
         Human Exposure                 Environment                  Environment
                                    General Population               Occupational
   Partial Peak SAR 1)
                                         1.60 m W/g                   8.00 m W/g
   (Partial)
   Partial Average SAR 2)
                                         0.08 m W/g                   0.40 m W/g
   (Whole Body)
   Partial Peak SAR 3)
                                         4.00 m W/g                  20.00 m W/g
   (Hands/Feet/Ankle/Wrist)

1) The spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 1g gram of tissue (defined as a
   tissue volume in the shape of a cube) and over the appropriate averaging time.
2) The spatial Average value of the SAR averaged over the whole body.
3) The Spatial Peak value of the SAR averaged over any 10 grams of tissue (defined as a
   tissue volume in the shape of a cube) and over the appropriate averaging time.
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9.       The SAR Measurement System




                                   <SAR System Configuration>
        A standard high precision 6-axis robot with controller, teach pendant and software. An arm
         extension for accommodating the data acquisition electronics (DAE).
        An isotropic Field probe optimized and calibrated for the targeted measurement.
        Data acquisition electronics (DAE) which performs the signal amplification, signal
         multiplexing, AD-conversion, offset measurements, mechanical surface detection, collision
         detection, etc. The unit is battery powered with standard or rechargeable batteries. The
         signal is optically transmitted to the EOC.
        The Electro-optical converter (EOC) performs the conversion from optical to electrical
         signals for the digital communication to the DAE. To use optical surface detection, a special
         version of the EOC is required. The EOC signal is transmitted to the measurement server.
        The function of the measurement server is to perform the time critical tasks such as signal
         filtering, control of the robot operation and fast movement interrupts.
        The Light Beam used is for probe alignment. This improves the (absolute) accuracy of the
         probe positioning.
        A computer running Windows XP or Windows 7 and the DASY5 software.
        Remote control and teach pendant as well as additional circuitry for robot safety such as
         warning lamps, etc.
        The phantom, the device holder and other accessories according to the targeted
         measurement.


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9.1      Data Acquisition Electronics

 Type                   DAE3, DAE4
 Construction           Signal amplifier, multiplexer, A/D converter and
                        control logic. Serial optical link for communication
                        with DASY embedded system (fully remote
                        controlled). Two step probe touch detector for
                        mechanical surface detection and emergency robot
                        stop.
 Calibration            ISO/IEC 17025 calibration (Annual)
 Measurement            −100 – +300 mV (16 bit resolution and two range
 Mange                  settings: 4 mV, 400 mV)
 Input Offset Voltage   < 5 ㎶ (with auto zero)
 Input Resistance       200 Mohm
 Input Bias Current     < 50 fA


9.2      Isotropic E-field Probe

 Type                   EX3DV4
 Construction           Symmetrical design with triangular core. Built-in
                        shielding against static charges. PEEK enclosure
                        material(resistant to organic solvents)
 Calibration            ISO/IEC 17025 calibration (Annual)
 Frequency              10 ㎒ to 6 ㎓
                        Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (30 ㎒ to 6 ㎓)
 Directivity            ± 0.3 dB in TSL (rotation around probe axis)
                        ± 0.5 dB in TSL (rotation normal to probe axis)
 Dynamic Range          10 ㎼/g to > 100 ㎽/g
                        Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (noise: typically < 1 ㎼/g)
 Dimensions             Overall lengith: 337 ㎜ (Tip: 20 ㎜)
                        Tip diameter: 2.5 ㎜ (Body: 12 ㎜)
                        Typical distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 1 ㎜

 Type                   ES3DV3
 Construction           Symmetrical design with triangular core. Built-in
                        shielding against static charges. PEEK enclosure
                        material(resistant to organic solvents)
 Calibration            ISO/IEC 17025 calibration (Annual)
 Frequency              10 ㎒ to 4 ㎓
                        Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (30 ㎒ to 4 ㎓)
 Directivity            ± 0.3 dB in TSL (rotation around probe axis)
                        ± 0.5 dB in TSL (rotation normal to probe axis)
 Dynamic Range          10 ㎼/g to > 100 ㎽/g
                        Linearity: ± 0.2 dB (noise: typically < 1 ㎼/g)
 Dimensions             Overall lengith: 337 ㎜ (Tip: 20 ㎜)
                        Tip diameter: 3.9 ㎜ (Body: 12 ㎜)
                        Typical distance from probe tip to dipole centers: 2 ㎜




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9.3      System Validation Dipoles

 Type              Dipole Antenna
 Construction      Symmetrical dipole with λ/4 balun. Enables measurement
                   of feed point impedance with network analyzers (NWA)
                   Matched for use near flat phantoms filled with tissue
                   simulating liquids
 Calibration       ISO/IEC 17025 calibration (Biennial)
 Frequency         300 ㎒ to 6 ㎓
 Return Loss       > 20 dB at specified validation position
 Power             >100 W (f <1 ㎓); >40 W (f >1 ㎓)
 Capability




9.4      Phantom

 Type              Twin SAM
 Construction      The shell corresponds to the specifications of the
                   Specific Anthropomorphic Mannequin (SAM)
                   phantom defined in IEEE 1528 and IEC 62209-1.
                   It enables the dosimetric evaluation of left and right
                   hand phone usage as well as body-mounted
                   usage at the flat phantom region. A cover prevents
                   evaporation of the liquid. Reference markings on
                   the phantom allow the complete setup of all
                   predefined phantom positions and measurement
                   grids by teaching three points with the robot.
 Material          Vinyl ester, fiberglass reinforced (VE-GF)
 Shell Thickness   2 ± 0.2 ㎜ (6 ± 0.2 ㎜ at ear point)
 Dimensions        Length: 1000 ㎜
                   Width:     500 ㎜
                   Height: adjustable feet
 Filling Volume    approx. 25 liters

 Type               ELI
 Construction       The ELI phantom is used for compliance testing of
                    handheld and body-mounted wireless devices in the
                    frequency range of 30 ㎒ to 6 ㎓. ELI is fully
                    compatible with the IEC 62209-2 standard and all
                    known tissue simulating liquids. ELI has been
                    optimized regarding its performance and can be
                    integrated into our standard phantom tables. A
                    cover prevents evaporation of the liquid. Reference
                    markings on the phantom allow installation of the
                    complete setup, including all predefined phantom
                    positions and measurement grids by teaching three
                    points with the robet.
 Material           Vinyl ester, fiberglass reinforced (VE-GF)
 Shell Thickness    2 ± 0.2 ㎜ (bottom plate)
 Dimensions         Major axis: 600 ㎜ / Minor axis: 400 ㎜
 Filling Volume     approx. 300 liters


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9.5      Device Holder for Transmitters

 Construction      In combination with the Twin SAM or ELI phantoms, the Mounting Device for Hand-held
                   Transmitters enables rotation of the mounted transmitter device to specified spherical
                   coordinates. At the heads, the rotation axis is at the ear opening. Transmitter devices can
                   be easily and accurately positioned according to Standard or other specifications. The
                   device holder can be locked for positioning at different phantom sections
 Type              MD4HHTV5                                        MD4LAPV5
 Photo




 Material          Polyoxymethylene(POM)                         Polyoxymethylene(POM), PET-G, Foam




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10.        Test Equipment Information
Test Platform               SPEAG DASY5 System
                            DASY5 : Version 52.10.2.1495
Version
                            SEMCAD : Version 14.6.12 (7450)
Location                    KCTL Inc.
Manufacture                 SPEAG
Hardware Reference
                                                                              Date of            Due date of
Equipment                   Model                        Serial Number
                                                                              Calibration        next Calibration
Shield Room                 Shield Room                  8F - #1              N/A                N/A
Shield Room                 Shield Room                  8F - #2              N/A                N/A
DASY5 Robot                 TX90XL Speag                 F07/554JA1/A/01      N/A                N/A
DASY5 Controller            TX90XL Speag                 F07/554JA1/C/01      N/A                N/A
DASY5 Robot                 TX90XL Speag                 F12/5L7FA1/A/01      N/A                N/A
DASY5 Controller            TX90XL Speag                 F12/5L7FA1/C/01      N/A                N/A
Phantom                     Twin SAM Phantom             1363                 N/A                N/A
Phantom                     Twin SAM Phantom             1728                 N/A                N/A
Mounting Device             Mounting Device              None                 N/A                N/A
DAE                         DAE4                         666                  2019-01-25         2020-01-25
DAE                         DAE4                         1567                 2019-02-05         2020-02-05
Probe                       EX3DV4                       3865                 2018-08-29         2019-08-29
Probe                       EX3DV4                       3928                 2019-01-31         2020-01-31
Signal Generator            E4438C                       MY42080486           2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Dual Power Meter            E4419B                       GB43312301           2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Power Sensor                8481H                        3318A19377           2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Power Sensor                8481H                        3318A19379           2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Attenuator                  8491B 3dB                    17387                2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Attenuator                  8491B-6dB                    MY39270294           2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Attenuator                  8491B 10dB                   29425                2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Power Amplifier             2055-BBS3Q7E9I               1005D/C0521          2019-03-08         2020-03-08
Power Amplifier             5190FE                       1012                 2019-05-14         2020-05-14
Dual Directional Coupler    772D                         2839A00719           2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Low Pass Filter             LA-30N                       40058                2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Low Pass Filter             LA-60N                       40059                2019-05-13         2020-05-13
Dipole Validation Kits      D2450V2                      895                  2018-07-24         2020-07-24
Dipole Validation Kits      D5㎓V2                        1130                 2018-05-25         2020-05-25
Network Analyzer            E5071B                       MY42403524           2019-01-04         2020-01-04
Dielectric Assessment kit   DAK-3.5                      1078                 2018-08-22         2019-08-22
Humidity/Temp.              MHB-382SD                    23107                2018-06-14         2019-06-14
Humidity/Temp.              MHB-382SD                    46307                2019-04-10         2020-04-10




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11.       System Verification
11.1      Tissue Verification

The dielectric properties for this Tissue Simulant Liquids were measured by using the SPEAG
Model DAK3.5 Dielectric Probe in conjunction with Agilent E5071B Network Analyzer (300
kHz – 8 500 ㎒). The Conductivity (σ) and Permittivity (ρ) are listed in Table 1.For the SAR
measurement given in this report. The temperature variation of the Tissue Simulant Liquids
was (22 ± 2) ℃.
  Freq.     Tissue                                                                                  Temp
                           Limit/Measured            Permittivity (ρ)        Conductivity (σ)
   (㎒)       Type                                                                                    (℃)
                                                      39.20 ± 5 %                1.80 ± 5 %
                         Recommended Limit                                                          22 ± 2
  2 450       HSL                                    (37.24 ~ 41.16)            (1.71 ~ 1.89)
                        Measured, 2019-05-25              39.46                     1.82            20.27
                                                      36.00 ± 5 %                4.66 ± 5 %
                         Recommended Limit                                                          22 ± 2
  5 200       HSL                                    (34.20 ~ 37.80)            (4.43 ~ 4.89)
                        Measured, 2019-05-14              35.72                     4.62            20.68
                                                 35.30 ± 5 %             5.27 ± 5 %
                         Recommended Limit                                                          22 ± 2
  5 800       HSL                               (33.54 ~ 37.07)         (5.01 ~ 5.53)
                       Measured, 2019-05-22          35.79                  5.46                    20.56
                     <Table 1.Measurement result of Tissue electric parameters>




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11.2     Test System Verification

The microwave circuit arrangement for system verification is sketched below picture.
The daily system accuracy verification occurs within the flat section of the SAM phant
om. A SAR measurement was performed to see if the measured SAR was within ± 1
0% from the target SAR values. The tests were conducted on the same days as the
measurement of the EUT. The obtained results from the system accuracy verification
are displayed in the Table 2. During the tests, the ambient temperature of the
 laboratory was in the range (22 ± 2) ℃, the relative humidity was in the range(50 ±
 20)% and the liquid depth Above the ear/grid reference points was above 15 cm in
all the cases. It is seen that the system is operating within its specification, as the re
sults are within acceptable tolerance of the reference values.




Validation   Dipole Ant.   Frequency     Tissue              Limit/Measurement (Normalized to 1 W)
    Kit         S/N           (㎒)         Type                                1 g
                                                    Recommended Limit                    51.30 ± 10 %
D2450V2         895          2 450        HSL          (Normalized)                     (46.17 ~ 56.43)
                                                   Measured, 2019-05-25                      50.80
                                                    Recommended Limit                    77.50 ± 10 %
D5GHzV2         1130         5 200      HSL            (Normalized)                     (69.75 ~ 85.25)
                                                   Measured, 2019-05-14                      79.10
                                                    Recommended Limit                    83.00 ± 10 %
D5GHzV2         1130         5 800      HSL            (Normalized)                     (74.70 ~ 91.30)
                                                   Measured, 2019-05-22                      80.90
                                <Table 2.Test System Verification Result>




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12.       SAR Measurement Procedures
12.1      SAR Scan Procedures

Step 1: Power Reference Measurement
The Power Reference Measurement and Power Drift Measurements are for monitoring the power drift
of the device under test in the batch process. The Minimum distance of probe sensors to surface
determines the closest measurement point to phantom surface. The minimum distance of probe
sensors to surface is 1.4 ㎜. This distance cannot be smaller than the Distance of sensor calibration
points to probe tip as defined in the probe properties.
Step 2: Area Scan & Zoom Scan
The Area Scan is used as a fast scan in two dimensions to find the area of high field values, before
doing a fine measurement around the hot spot and Zoom Scans are used to assess the peak spatial
SAR values within a cubic averaging volume containing1 g and 10 g of simulated tissue. If only one
Zoom Scan follows the Area Scan, then only the absolute maximum will be taken as reference. For
cases where multiple maximums are detected, the number of Zoom Scans has to be increased
accordingly. Area Scan & Zoom Scan Parameters extracted from KDB 865664 D01 SAR
Measurement 100 ㎒ to 6 ㎓ v01r04.
                                                                                  ≤3 ㎓                           >3 ㎓
 Maximum distance from closest measurement point
                                                                               5 ㎜ ± 1 ㎜                  ½ ·δ·ln(2) ㎜ 0.5 ㎜
 (geometric center of probe sensors) to phantom surface
 Maximum probe angle from probe axis to phantom
 surface normal at the measurement location                                      30° ± 1°                       20° ± 1°
                                                                               ≤ 2 ㎓: ≤ 15 ㎜                3 – 4 ㎓: ≤ 12 ㎜
                                                                              2 – 3 ㎓: ≤ 12 ㎜               4 – 6 ㎓: ≤ 10 ㎜
                                                                         When the x or y dimension of the test device, in the
 Maximum area scan spatial resolution: ΔxArea, ΔyArea                    measurement plane orientation, is smaller than the
                                                                         above, the measurement resolution must be ≤ the
                                                                         corresponding x or y dimension of the test device with
                                                                         at least one measurement point on the test device.
                                                                               ≤ 2 ㎓: ≤ 8 ㎜                 3 – 4 ㎓: ≤ 5 ㎜*
 Maximum zoom scan spatial resolution: ΔxZoom, ΔyZoom
                                                                              2 – 3 ㎓: ≤ 5 ㎜*               4 – 6 ㎓: ≤ 4 ㎜*
                                                                                                             3 – 4 ㎓: ≤ 4 ㎜
                                      uniform grid: ΔzZoom(n)                       ≤5 ㎜                     4 – 5 ㎓: ≤ 3 ㎜
 Maximum zoom                                                                                                5 – 6 ㎓: ≤ 2 ㎜
 scan spatial                             ΔzZoom(1): between                                                 3 – 4 ㎓: ≤ 3 ㎜
 resolution, normal to                    1st two points closest                    ≤4 ㎜                    4 – 5 ㎓: ≤ 2.5 ㎜
 phantom surface             graded            to phantom surface                                            5 – 6 ㎓: ≤ 2 ㎜
                             grid
                                          ΔzZoom(n>1):
                                                                                            ≤ 1.5·ΔzZoom(n-1) ㎜
                                          between subsequent points
                                                                                                           3 – 4 ㎓: ≥ 28 ㎜
 Minimum zoom
                                              x, y, z                            ≥ 30 ㎜                    4 – 5 ㎓: ≥ 25 ㎜
 scan volume
                                                                                                           5 – 6 ㎓: ≥ 22 ㎜
 Note: δ is the penetration depth of a plane-wave at normal incidence to the tissue medium; see IEEE Std 1528-2013 for details.
 * When zoom scan is required and the reported SAR from the area scan based 1-g SAR estimation procedures of
   KDB Publication 447498 is ≤ 1.4 W/㎏, ≤ 8 ㎜, ≤ 7 ㎜ and ≤ 5 ㎜ zoom scan resolution may be applied,
   respectively, for 2 ㎓ to 3 ㎓, 3 ㎓ to 4 ㎓ and 4 ㎓ to 6 ㎓.
Step 3: Power drift measurement
The Power Drift Measurement measures the field at the same location as the most recent power
reference measurement within the same procedure, and with the same settings. The Power Drift
Measurement gives the field difference in dB from the reading conducted within the last Power
Reference Measurement. This allows a user to monitor the power drift of the device under test
within a batch process. The measurement procedure is the same as Step 1.
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13.       WLAN Measured Procedures

13.1      General Device Setup
 The normal network operating configurations are not suitable for measuring the SAR of 802.11 a/b/g
 transmitters. Unpredictable fluctuations in network traffic and antenna diversity conditions can introduce
 undesirable variations in SAR results. The SAR for these devices should be measured using chipset based
 test mode software to ensure the results are consistent and reliable.
 Chipset based test mode software is hardware dependent and generally varies among manufacturers. The
 device operating parameters established in test mode for SAR measurements must be identical to those
 programmed in production units, including output power levels, amplifier gain settings and other RF
 performance tuning parameters.
 A periodic duty factor is required for current generation SAR systems to measure SAR. When 802.11 frame
 gaps are accounted for in the transmission, a maximum transmission duty factor of 92 – 96% is typically
 achievable in most test mode configurations. A minimum transmission duty factor of 85% is required to avoid
 certain hardware and device implementation issues related to wide range SAR scaling. The reported SAR is
 scaled to 100% transmission duty factor to determine compliance at the maximum tune-up tolerance limit.

13.2      U-NII-1 and U-NII-2A
 For devices that operate in both U-NII-1 and U-NII-2A bands, when the same maximum output power is
 specified for both bands, SAR measurement using OFDM SAR test procedures is not required for U-NII-1
 unless the highest reported SAR for U-NII-2A is > 1.2 W/㎏. When different maximum output powers is not
 required unless the highest reported SAR for the U-NII band with the higher maximum output power, adjusted
 by the ratio of lower to higher specified maximum output power for the two bands, is > 1.2 W/㎏.


13.3      U-NII-2C and U-NII-3
 The frequency range covered by U-NII-2C and U-NII-3 is 380 ㎒ (5.47 – 5.85 ㎓), which requires a minimum
 of at least two SAR probe calibration frequency points to support SAR measurements.
 When Terminal Doppler Weather Radar (TDWR) restriction applies, the channels at 5.60 – 5.65 ㎓ in U-NII-
 2C band must be disabled with acceptable mechanisms and documented in the equipment certification.
 Unless band gap channels are permanently disabled, SAR must be considered for these channels.
 When band gap channels are disabled, each band is tested independently according to the normally required
 OFDM SAR measurement and probe calibration frequency point requirements.

13.4      2.4 ㎓ SAR Test Requirement
 SAR is measured for 2.4 ㎓ 802.11b DSSS using either the fixed test position or, when applicable, the initial
 test position procedure. SAR test reduction is determined according to the following.
 1) When the reported SAR of the highest measured maximum output power channel for the exposure
      configuration is ≤ 0.8 W/㎏, no further SAR testing is required for 802.11b DSSS in that exposure
   configuration.
 2) When the reported SAR is > 0.8 W/㎏, SAR is required for that position using the next highest measured
   output power channel; i.e., all channels require testing.
 2.4 ㎓ 802.11g/n OFDM are additionally evaluated for SAR if highest reported SAR for 802.11b, adjusted by
 the ratio of the OFDM to DSSS specified maximum output power, is > 1.2 W/㎏. When SAR is required for
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13.5     OFDM Transmission Mode and SAR Test Channel Selection
 For the 2.4 ㎓ and 5 ㎓ band, when the same maximum output power was specified for multiple OFDM
 transmission mode configurations in a frequency band or aggregated band, SAR is measured using the
 configuration with the largest channel bandwidth, lowest order modulation and lowest data rate. When the
 maximum output power of a channel is the same for equivalent OFDM configurations; for example, 802.11a,
 802.11n and 802.11ac or 802.11g and 802.11n with the same channel band width, modulation and data rate
 etc., the lower order 802.11 mode i.e., 802.11a, then 802.11n and 802.11ac or 802.11g then 802.11n, is used
 for SAR measurement. When maximum output power are the same for multiple test channels, either according
 to the default or additional power measurement requirements, SAR is measured using the channel closest to
 the middle of the frequency band or aggregated band. When there are multiple channels with the same
 maximum output power, SAR is measured using the higher number channel.

13.6     Initial Test Configuration Procedure
 For OFDM, in both 2.4 and 5 ㎓ bands, an initial test configuration is determined for each frequency band
 and aggregated band, according to the transmission mode with the highest maximum output power specified
 for SAR measurements. When the same maximum output power is specified for multiple OFDM transmission
 mode configurations in a frequency band or aggregated band, SAR is measured using the configuration(s)
 with the largest channel bandwidth, lowest order modulation, and lowest data rate. If the average RF output
 powers of the highest identical transmission modes are within 0.25 dB of each other, mid channel of the
 transmission mode with highest average RF output power is the initial test channel. Otherwise, the channel of
 the transmission mode with the highest average RF output conducted power will be the initial test configuration.
 When the reported SAR is ≤ 0.8 W/㎏, no additional measurements on other test channels are required.
 Otherwise, SAR is evaluated using the subsequent highest average RF output channel until the reported SAR
 result is ≤ 1.2 W/㎏ or all channels are measured. When there are multiple untested channels having the same
 subsequent highest average RF output power, the channel with higher frequency from the lowest 802.11 mode
 is considered for SAR measurements.

13.7     Subsequent Test Configuration Procedures
For OFDM configurations in each frequency band and aggregated band, SAR is evaluated for initial test
configuration using the fixed test position or the initial test position procedure. When the highest reported SAR
(for the initial test configuration), adjusted by the ratio of the specified maximum output power of the subsequent
test configuration to initial test configuration, is ≤ 1.2 W/㎏, no additional SAR tests for the subsequent test
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14.      RF Average Conducted Output Power
14.1     Measured and Reported SAR

Per FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06, When SAR is not measured at the maximum power level
allowed for production units, the results must be scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance limit
according to the power applied to the individual channels tested to determine compliance. For
simultaneous transmission, the measured aggregate SAR must be scaled according to the sum of
the differences between the maximum tune-up tolerance and actual power used to test each
transmitter. When SAR is measured at or scaled to the maximum tune-up tolerance limit, the results
are referred to as reported SAR. Test highest reported SAR results are identified on the grant of
equipment authorization according to procedures in KDB 690783 D01v01r03.

14.1.1 Maximum Tune-up power

This device operates using the following maximum output power specifications. SAR values were
scaled to the maximum allowed power to determine compliance per KDB Publication 447498 D01v06.
                                                                           Output Power (㏈ m)
      Band      Ant           Mode              Channel
                                                                  Target         Max. Allowed       SAR Test
                             802.11b          All Channel         12.50             14.00             Yes
    WLAN                     802.11g          All Channel          11.50            13.00             No
               Ant 0
    2.4 ㎓                 802.11n(HT20)       All Channel          11.50            13.00             No
                          802.11n(HT40)       All Channel          11.50            13.00             No
                            802.11a           All Channel         13.00             14.50             Yes
    WLAN                 802.11n(HT20)        All Channel         12.50             14.00             No
               Ant 0
    5.2 ㎓                802.11n(HT40)        All Channel         12.50             14.00             No
                        802.11ac(VHT80)       All Channel         12.50             14.00             No
                            802.11a           All Channel         11.50             13.00             Yes
    WLAN                 802.11n(HT20)        All Channel         10.50             12.00             No
               Ant 0
    5.8 ㎓                802.11n(HT40)        All Channel         10.50             12.00             No
                        802.11ac(VHT80)       All Channel         10.50             12.00             No
                          BDR(GFSK)           All Channel           0.50            2.00              No
  Bluetooth    Ant 0    EDR (π/4DQPSK)        All Channel          -3.50            -2.00             No
                         EDR(8DPSK)           All Channel          -3.50            -2.00             No




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14.1.2 WLAN Average Conducted Output Power

                                                                       Conducted Powers (㏈m)
   Band             Ant                  Mode
                                                              Low                Mid.              High
   WLAN
                    Ant 0               802.11b               13.13             13.30              13.24
   2.4 ㎓
   WLAN
                    Ant 0               802.11a               14.23             14.29              14.02
   5.2 ㎓
   WLAN
                    Ant 0               802.11a               12.67             12.72              12.75
   5.8 ㎓

14.1.3 Bluetooth Average Conducted Output Power

                                                        Conducted Powers (㏈m)
       Mode            Ant
                                        Low                           Mid.                     High
   BDR(GFSK)          Ant 0             -0.88                          0.64                     1.58
 EDR (π/4DQPSK)       Ant 0             -3.39                         -2.56                    -2.33
  EDR(8DPSK)          Ant 0             -3.35                         -2.50                    -2.28




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15.      SAR Test Exclusions Applied
Per FCC KDB 447498 D01v06, The SAR exclusion threshold for distance < 50 ㎜ is defined by the following
equation:




For 100 ㎒ to 6 ㎓ and test separation distances > 50 ㎜, SAR exclusion threshold are determined by the
following:




                                        Separation distances (㎜)
       Front             Rear             Left            Right         Top                         Bottom
         5                5                39               5            5                           110
                                 Maximum
               Frequency                                         SAR Exemption
   Mode                       Allowed Power
                  (㎒)           (㏈m)     (㎽)      Front       Rear      Left      Right      Top       Bottom
                                                   0.63       0.63      0.08       0.63      0.63
 Bluetooth       2 480          2.00      2                                                             N/A
                                                 Exempt     Exempt     Exempt    Exempt    Exempt
                                                   7.81       7.81      1.00       7.81      7.81
                 2 437          14.00    25                                                             N/A
                                                 Measure    Measure    Exempt    Measure   Measure
                                                  12.77      12.77      1.64      12.77     12.77
   WLAN          5 200          14.50    28                                                             N/A
                                                 Measure    Measure    Exempt    Measure   Measure
                                                   9.65       9.65      1.24       9.65      9.65
                 5 825          13.00    20                                                             N/A
                                                 Measure    Measure    Exempt    Measure   Measure
Note: Formulas round separation distance to nearest ㎜ and power to nearest ㎽ before
calculating thresholds or exemption values.




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  16.        SAR Test Results
  16.1       WLAN 2.4 ㎓ Body SAR Test Results
802.11b Ant 0
                                    Measured
                                                  Max. Tune- Power Duty Cycle Measured                 Scaled
   EUT        Distance Frequency    Conducted                                                                    Plot
                                                  up Power Scaling Compensate 1 g SAR                 1 g SAR
 Position       (㎜)       (㎒)         Power                                                                      No.
                                                    (㏈ m)    Factor  Factor    (W/㎏)                   (W/㎏)
                                      (㏈ m)
  Front          5       2 437        13.30          14.00      1.175      1.010       0.000           0.000
  Rear           5       2 437        13.30          14.00      1.175      1.010       0.038           0.045      #1
  Right          5       2 437        13.30          14.00      1.175      1.010       0.000           0.000
   Top           5       2 437        13.30          14.00      1.175      1.010       0.000           0.000

  16.2       WLAN 5.3 ㎓ Body SAR Test Results
802.11a Ant 0
                                   Measured
                                                  Max. Tune- Power Duty Cycle Measured                 Scaled
   EUT        Distance Frequency   Conducted                                                                     Plot
                                                  up Power Scaling Compensate 1 g SAR                 1 g SAR
 Position       (㎜)       (㎒)        Power                                                                       No.
                                                    (㏈ m)    Factor  Factor    (W/㎏)                  (W/㎏)
                                      (㏈ m)
  Front       5        5 200          14.29          14.50      1.050      1.075       0.044          0.049
  Rear        5        5 200          14.29          14.50      1.050      1.075       1.140          1.287      #2
  Right       5        5 200          14.29          14.50      1.050      1.075       0.033          0.037
   Top        5        5 200          14.29          14.50      1.050      1.075       0.116          0.131
  Rear        5        5 180          14.23          14.50      1.064      1.075       1.060          1.213
  Rear        5        5 240          14.02          14.50      1.117      1.075       0.891          1.070
 Rear-ear     5        5 200          14.29          14.50      1.050      1.075       0.925          1.044
Repeated (See Section 16)
  Rear        5        5 200          14.29          14.50      1.050      1.075       1.090           1.230

  16.3       WLAN 5.8 ㎓ Body SAR Test Results
 802.11a Ant 0
                                    Measured
                                                  Max. Tune- Power Duty Cycle Measured             Scaled
    EUT       Distance Frequency    Conducted                                                                   Plot
                                                  up Power Scaling Compensate 1 g SAR             1 g SAR
  Position       (㎜)      (㎒)         Power                                                                     No.
                                                    (㏈ m)    Factor  Factor    (W/㎏)                  (W/㎏)
                                      (㏈ m)
   Front          5      5 825        12.75          13.00      1.059      1.075       0.000          0.000
   Rear           5      5 825        12.75          13.00      1.059      1.075       0.189          0.215     #3
   Right          5      5 825        12.75          13.00      1.059      1.075       0.008          0.009
    Top           5      5 825        12.75          13.00      1.059      1.075       0.011          0.012




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General Notes:

1. The test data reported are the worst-case SAR values according to test procedures specified
   in FCC KDB Publication 447498 D01v06.
2. All modes of operation were investigated, and worst-case results are reported.
3. Battery is fully charged for all readings and the standard batteries are the only options.
4. Liquid tissue depth was at least 15 cm.
5. The EUT is tested 2nd hot-spot peak, if it is less than 2 dB below the highest peak.
6. The manufacturer has confirmed that the device(s) tested have the same physical, mechanical
   and thermal characteristics and are within operational tolerances expected for production units.
7. SAR results were scaled to the maximum allowed power to demonstrate compliance per FCC
   KDB Publication 447498 D01v06.

WLAN & Bluetooth Notes:

1. Justification for test configurations for WLAN per KDB Publication 248227 D01v02r02 for 2.4 ㎓
   WIFI operations, the highest measured maximum output power channel for DSSS was selected
   for SAR measurement. SAR for OFDM modes (2.4㎓ 802.11g/n) was not required due to the
   maximum allowed powers and the highest reported DSSS SAR.
2. Justification for test configurations for WLAN per KDB Publication 248227 D01v02r02 for 5 ㎓
   WIFI operations, the initial test configuration was selected according to the transmission mode
   with the highest maximum allowed powers. Other transmission modes were not investigated since
   the highest reported SAR for initial test configuration adjusted by the ratio of maximum output
   powers is less than 1.2W/㎏.
3. When the maximum reported 1g averaged SAR is ≤ 0.8 W/㎏, SAR testing on additional channels
   was not required. Otherwise, SAR for the next highest output power channel was required until
   the reported SAR result was ≤ 1.20 W/㎏ or all test channels were measured.
4. The device was configured to transmit continuously at the required data rate, channel bandwidth
   and signal modulation, using the highest transmission duty factor supported by the test mode
   tools. The reported SAR was scaled to the 100% transmission duty factor to determine
   compliance.
5. When the same transmission mode configurations have the same maximum output power on the
   same channel for the 802.11 a/g/n/ac modes, the channel in the lower order/sequence 802.11
   mode (i.e. a, g, n then ac) is selected.
6. When the highest reported SAR for the initial test configuration (when applicable, include
   subsequent highest output channels), according to the initial test position or fixed exposure
   requirements, is adjusted by the ratio of the subsequent test configuration to the initial test
   configuration specified maximum output power and the adjusted SAR is ≤ 1.2 W/㎏, SAR is not
   required for that subsequent test configuration.
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17.       SAR Measurement Variability

Per FCC KDB Publication 865664 D01v01r04, SAR measurement variability was assessed for
each frequency band, which was determined by the SAR probe calibration point and tissue-
equivalent medium used for the device measurements. When both head and body tissue-
equivalent media were required for SAR measurements in a frequency band, the variability
measurement procedures were applied to the tissue medium with the highest measured SAR,
using the highest measured SAR configuration for that tissue-equivalent medium. These
additional measurements were repeated after the completion of all measurements requiring the
same head or body tissue equivalent medium in a frequency band. The test device was returned
to ambient conditions (normal room temperature) with the battery fully charged before it was re-
mounted on the device holder for the repeated measurement(s) to minimize any unexpected
variations in the repeated results.

SAR Measurement Variability was assessed using the following procedures for each frequency
band:
   1) Repeated measurements are not required when the original highest measured SAR is < 0.80
          W/㎏.
      2) When the original highest measured SAR is ≥ 0.80 W/㎏, the measurement was
         repeated once.
      3) A second repeated measurement was performed only if the ratio of largest to smallest SAR
         for the original and first repeated measurements was > 1.20 or when the original or repeated
         measurement was ≥ 1.45 W/㎏ (~ 10% from the 1-g SAR limit).
      4) A third repeated measurement was performed only if the original, first or second repeated
         measurement was ≥ 1.5 W/㎏ and the ratio of largest to smallest SAR for the original, first
         and second repeated measurements is > 1.20.

                                                        Separation      Measured        Repeated
                          Frequency         EUT                         1 g SAR          1g SAR
         Band                                            Distance                                   Ratio
                             (㎒)          Position
                                                           (㎜)            (W/㎏)           (W/㎏)

      WLAN 5.2 ㎓             5 200          Rear             5             1.14            1.09     0.96




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                  KCTL Inc.                                Report No.:
              65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,
          Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea            KR19-SPF0011-B
      TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311             Page (26) of (109)
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18.        Simultaneous Transmission

18.1       Simultaneous Transmission Configurations

      No                                          Scenario                                          Operation
      1       WLAN 2.4 ㎓ + Bluetooth                                                                   No
      2       WLAN 5 ㎓ + Bluetooth                                                                     No
      3       WLAN 2.4 ㎓ + WLAN 5 ㎓                                                                    No
This device does not have simultaneous transmission.




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                  KCTL Inc.                               Report No.:
              65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,
          Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea           KR19-SPF0011-B
      TEL: 82-31-285-0894 FAX: 82-505-299-8311            Page (27) of (109)
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18.      Test System Verification Results




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                                                                               Date: 2019—05—14

Test Laboratory: RCTH Inc.
File Nume: Head_DS2GHz(190514).da52:0

DUT: Dipole DSGHzV2, Type: DSGHzV2, Serial: DSGHzV2 —                   1130

Communication System: UID 0, CW(0); Communication System Channel Number: 0;
Frequency; 5200 MHz; Duty Cycle: 1:1
Medium parameters used:           {~ 5200 MHz: & 4.624 S/m; s = 35.723; p = 1000 kgim‘
Phantom section: Flat Section

DASY‘S Configuration:

           Probe: EX3DV4— SN3865; ConvF(4.88, 4.88, 4.88) @ 5200 MHz;
 «k k ks




           Sensor—Surface:     1.4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
           Electronics: DAE4     Sn666; Calibrated: 2019—01—




Configuration/d=10mm, Pin=100mW, f—5200MH/Area Scan (71x81x1): Interpolated
grid: dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Maximum value of $AR (interpolated) 19.5 Wikg

Configuration‘d=10mm, Pin=10OmW, f=5200MHz/Z0om Sean (7x7x7)Cube 0:
Measurement grid: dx=4mm, dy=4mm, de=1.Amm
Reference Value        71.85 V/m; Power Drift      0.06 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) 34.1 Wikg
SARCI #)=7.91 Wike;             SAR(IO g)    =2.26 W/ke
Maximumvalue of SAR(measured) = 20.8 Wike




     20.00

     30.00

     ~40.00

     $0.00
                 0 dB = 20.8 Wikg = 13.18 dBWikg


                 KCTL Inc.                                Report No.:
           65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,
       Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea              KR19-SPF0011-B
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                  KCTL Inc.                               Report No.:
              65, Sinwon-ro, Yeongtong-gu,
          Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 16677, Korea           KR19-SPF0011-B
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19.      Test Results
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                                                                         Date: 2019—05—14

Test Laboratory: RCTL Inc.
File Nume: 2.802.112 £5200 Rear S mm.daS3:0

DUT: PPF33, Type: $P2000, Serial: 57

Communication System: UID 0, SGWL N: Communication System Channel Number: 40;
Frequency; 200 MHz; Duty        Cycle:   1:
Medium parameters use           200 MHz: a = 4.624 S/m; s = 35.723; p = 1000 kgin‘
Phantom section: Flat Section

DASY‘S Configuration:
          Probe: EX3DV4 — SN3865; ConvF(4.88, 4.88, 4.88) @ 5200 MHz;
 «k k k




                   iface: 1.4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
                    : DAE4 Sn666: Calibrated: 2019—01—25
          Phantom: SAMtwin 1728; Type: QDO0OP4OCD; Serial: TP:1728
          Measurement SWDASY52, Version 52.10 (2);

Configuration‘802.11a_£5 200Rear_5 mmy/Area Sean (101x81x1): Interpolated grid:
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Maximum value of SAR (interpolated) 3.15 Wkg
Configuration802.11a_£5 200Rear_5 mm/Zoom Sean (9x9x7)Cube 0: Mcasurement
grid: dx=4mm. dy=4mm, de=1.4mm
Reference Value     5.037 V/m; Power Drift    —0.05 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) = 5.47 Wikg
SARCI g)= 1.14 Wikes SAR(IO g) 0.301 W/ke
Maximumvalue of SAR(measured) = 3.04 Wike
   Wha
     3.040

     2.432

     1.024

     1216


                                                                         Date: 2019—05—22

Test Laboratory: RCTL Inc.
File Nume: 2.802.112 £5 825 Rear S mm.daS3:0

D            PPF33, Type: SP2000, Serial: 57
Communication System: UID 0, SGWLAN (0); CommunicationSystem Channel Number:
165; Frequency: 5825 MHr; Duty  Cych 1
Medium parameters used: {~ 5825 MHz: & 5.479 S/m; & = 35.781; p = 1000 kgim‘
Phantom section: Flat Section

DASY‘S Configuration:
             Probe: EX3DV4 — SN3028; ConvF(4.7, 4.7, 4.7) @5828 MHz;
    «k k k




             Sensor—Surface: 1.4mm (Mechanical Surface Detection)
             Electronics: DAE4 Sn1567; Calibrated: 2019—02—05
             Phantom: SAM twin 1728; Type: QD00OP4OCD: Serial: TP:1728
             Measurement SW: DASY2, Version 52.10 (2);


Configuration‘802.11n20_£S825_Rear_5 mm/Area Sean (101x81x1): Interpolated grid
dx=1.000 mm, dy=1.000 mm
Maximum value of $AR (interpolated)            0.539 Wkg

Configuration802.11n20_£.5 825_Rear_5 mm/Zoom Scan (88x7)Cube 0: Mcasurement
grid: dx=4mm., dy=4mm, de=1.4mm
Reference Value 1.514 V/m; Power Drift 0.11 dB
Peak SAR (extrapolated) 1.10 Wikg
SARCI g) = 0.189 Wike; SAR(IO 5) = 0.038
Maximumvalue of S AR (measured) = 0.616 Wike

      Wha
        0.616

        n.493

        0.370

        0.246

        0.123



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Document Modified: 2019-06-11 23:31:47

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