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DRAFT NETWORK TERMINAL ISSUE : XXX 2006

Interface Requirements on Cordless Telephone

I.R. No: IR/TCL-01/02 APR 2002 I.R. No: IR/TCL-01/03 XXX 2006
(Supersedes IR No. IR/TCL-01/02.APR 2002)

TEC TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING CENTRE KHURSHID LAL BHAVAN, JANPATH NEW DELHI - 110001 INDIA

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Interface Requirements on Cordless Telephone IR/TCL-01/02 APR. 2002 IR/TCL-01/03 XXX 2006
INDEX Cl. No. 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 Subject References Scope General Facilities Design Requirements Technical Requirements Page No. 1 4 4 4 5 7 14 16 16 18

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Documentation


Glossary Annexure I Cross referred clauses of standard on Radio Devices in Unlicensed Band (2.4 GHz Band). Annexure II Figure displaying Combination of frequencies for different push buttons.

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Interface Requirements on Cordless Telephone IR/TCL-01/02 APR. 2002 IR/TCL-01/03 XXX 2006 References
a) TEC GRs/IR/Standard GR/TEL-02/04. SEP 2002 SD/EMI-02/02.SEP2001 SD/RAD-01/01.SEP 2005 b) QA Documents QM-115 QM-118 QM-205 QM-206 QM-210 QM-301 QM-324 QM-333 c)ITU-T Recommendations K-17 [1988] Tests on Power fed repeaters using solid state devices in order to check the arrangements for Protection from external interference Apparatus for the Objective measurement of Circuit Noise Efficiency of Devices for preventing the occurrences of excessive acoustic pressure by telephone receivers Technical Features of Push-button telephone sets Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of Information Technology equipment Generic Requirements for Electronic Telephone Instrument Electromagnetic Compatibility Standard for Telecommunication Equipments Standard on Radio Devices In Unlicensed Band (2.4GHz Band) Reliability Methods and Predictions or any other International Standard Quality manual Quality and Reliability in Product Design Guidelines for standard of workmanship for printed boards Guidelines for standard of workmanship for printed board assemblies Acceptability of Printed Board Assemblies Containing Surface Mounted Devices Transmission Equipments General Documentation Guidelines for usage of components in telecom equipment Specification for Environmental testing of Switching and Transmission Equipment

P.53 (Psophometers) P.36(1988) Q.23(1988) d) Other Standards CISPR 22 (2003)

IEC 61000-4-2 (2001)

Testing and measurement techniques of Electrostatic discharge immunity test IEC 61000-4-3 (2002) Radiated RF Electromagnetic Field Immunity test IEC 61000-4-4 {1995 with Testing and measurement techniques of electrical fast Amendment 1 (2000) and transients/burst immunity test Amendment 2 (2001)} IEC 61000-4-5(2001) Test & Measurement techniques for Surge immunity tests IEC 61000-4-6(2001) Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio frequency fields Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM): Uncertainties in the measurement of mobile radio equipment characteristics: part 1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM): Wideband transmission systems; Data transmission equipment operating in the 2.4 GHz ISM band and using wide band modulation techniques; Harmonized EN covering essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE Directive Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM): Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services International Quality Management System Wireless Planning and Coordination Wing: No. R11014/17/2004-LR (Pt.) Notification dated 28.01.2005 Letter No. J-12011/1200/94-WF dated 10-5-1996 regarding allotment of 25 sets of frequencies Letter No. J-12011/1200 /81-WF dated 16-11-1989 and DoT Letter No. 18-1/89-PROD dated 30-11-1989, regarding allotment of spot frequencies

ETSI TR 100 028-1

ETSI EN 300 328 V1.6.1

ETSI EN 301 489 (all parts)

ISO 9001:2000 WPC WPC WPC

1.0

Scope :
This specification gives in general the technical parameters, and interface requirements for the cordless telephone.

2.0
2.1

General :
Mode of connection

2.1.1 Base unit shall always be connected in parallel to the telephone instrument which will detect incoming ring under all conditions. 2.1.2 The connection of the device to the telephone line and the telephone instrument shall be made externally by using standard plug and socket arrangement (RJ11C). The connection shall also ensure that all routine tests conducted from the telephone exchange viz. Insulation resistance measurement of A and B limb, Click test, Signalling performance etc. of the telephone instrument, will be possible with the cordless telephone connected. Line interface : Transmission, signalling and other parameters of the telephone instrument to which cordless telephone is connected in parallel should not deteriorate by use of cordless telephone under following conditions: i) ii) 2.2.2 When the status of the cordless telephone is On-Charge, Stand-by or In-use. Mains power failure condition.

2.1.3

2.2 2.2.1

No loop shall be extended on the telephone line during intercom between base unit and handset.

3.0
3.1

Facilities :
The cordless telephone shall have the following facilities: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) One way paging from Base Unit to Remote Unit. Low Battery Indication. In-Use Indication Charging Indication Tone / Pulse Selector Last Number Redial

3.1

The cordless telephone shall have the following features: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) Two way intercom, paging and call transfer from base unit to handset. Continuous health status of the battery in the handset In-use indication and power indication Battery charging indication Tone / Pulse selection either by keypad or a switch Last number redial

3.2

The cordless telephone may have additional built-in features like the following: Ringer volume control Memory dialling Speaker phone (making calls from base unit) Back-up Battery in the base unit (to enable the handset to operate during power failure) Caller ID with DTMF/FSK compatible Receiver volume control Flash Pause Mute Hearing aid compatible Out of range indication. Desktop and Wall mountable

4.0
4.1

Design Requirements :
The Frequency, power and range of the Base unit and Handset : The following frequency, power and range have been specified by the WPC wing of Ministry of Communications & Information Technology for the use of Cordless Telephones in India :

A.

Base Unit Only : Frequencies (KHz) 1610 1640 1675 1690

RF Power 500 mWatt

Remarks Maximum range 100 meter

B.

C.

Base Unit/Handset : 26.375 26.475 26.575 26.625 46.675 46.725 46.775 46.825 49.830 49.845 49.860 49.875 Handset only : 150.350 150.750 150.850 150.950

RF Power

500 mWatt for base unit 200 mWatt for Handset

50 mWatt

D. Channel No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Base Unit (MHz) 46.610 46.630 46.670 46.710 46.730 46.770 46.830 46.870 46.930 46.970 43.720 43.740 43.820 43.840 43.920 43.960 44.120 44.160 44.180 44.200 44.320 44.360

RF Power 500 mWatt - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do -

Handset Transmit (MHz.) 49.670 49.845 49.860 49.770 49.875 49.830 49.890 49.930 49.990 49.970 48.760 48.840 48.860 48.920 49.020 49.080 49.100 49.160 49.200 49.240 49.280 49.360

RF Power 100 mWatt - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do - do -

23 24 25 Type of Emission E

44.400 44.460 44.480 16 KO F 3 E

- do - do - do -

49.400 49.460 49.500

- do - do - do -

As per IND47 of National Frequency Allocation Table (NFAP 2002, Wireless Planning & Coordination Wing of Department of Telecommunications) certain frequency spots in the frequency band 926 926.5 MHz may be considered for very low power cordless telephone systems. The use of this band for such purpose is on the basis of non-interference, non-protection and non-exclusiveness. E Unlicensed Band:In case the cordless telephone is operating in the frequency band 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz, it shall comply with the requirements laid down in the clause Nos. 1.0, 2.2, 2.3.1.2, 2.3.2.2, 2.3.3, 2.3.4, 2.3.5 and 3.0 of the standard Number SD/RAD-01/01.SEP 2005. The use of this band is on the basis of non-interference, non-protection and non-exclusive (shared),(Refer notification No. R-11014/17/2004-LR (Pt.) dated 28.01.2005 issued by WPC wing of Ministry of Communications & Information Technology). 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.5.1 Maximum height of the antenna shall be limited to one meter. Maximum frequency deviation shall be within + 5.0 KHz. Maximum range shall be 100 meters. Security Codes : The base unit and handset should have security codes so as to minimise its unauthorised operation by other cordless telephone in the neighborhood. The security/ authentication codes with 15 bits shall not be less than 64K. Each time the handset is placed on the base unit, the code shall automatically change in random order.

4.5.2

5.0
5.1

Technical Requirements :
Transmission Performance :

5.1.1

For transmission performance requirements the limiting subscriber's line is defined as minimum 1000 ohms loop for 0.5 mm cable the characteristics of which are (i) 170 ohms/Km. (average) resistance and 0.0475 F/Km. (maximum) capacitance. 0.4 mm cable which has 280 ohms/Km (average) resistance and 0.04 F (maximum) capacitance is also used in conjunction with 0.5 mm cable. The limiting line excludes the resistance offered by the telephone instrument and the exchange equipment.

5.1.2 The types of transmission bridges obtained in the network are: Sl. Type of Feed Bridge FeedMax. No. Exchange Voltage Permissible Ranges current at exchange end 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 5.1.3 E-10B OCB 283 Siemens Ericsson Fetex-150 5 ESS C-DoT (400+400)ohms with(2.2+2.2) F (200+200) ohms (400+400) ohms (EWSD) (300+300)ohms (AXE-10) (300+300)ohms (400+400)ohms (300+300)ohms - 54 V 60mA

-40 to-57 V 40mA. -Do-Do-Do-Do-Do48mA 60mA 60mA 48mA 60mA

NEAX 61 (200+200)ohms -42 to-58 V 76 mA E The cordless telephone shall have an automatic line current limiting feature such that it does not allow the maximum permissible current to exceed 60 mA.

5.1.4 The transmitter including cordless telephone circuit shall not introduce harmonic distortion greater than 5% in the line current range specified in clause 5.1.2.The total harmonic distortion of the receiver including cordless telephone circuit shall not be greater than 5% with an applied signal of 0.775V in the frequency range of 300-3400 Hz. 5.1.5 No unwanted oscillations causing instability shall be generated by the cordless telephone when the handset is held in different possible positions and when higher gains arise due to the presence of low currents during limiting line conditions or when the line is without load impedence.

5.1.6

The noise level developed across a 600 ohms termination of the Cordless Telephone shall not exceed -65 dBmp when measured with a psophometer meeting ITU-T Recommendation No.P.53 (Blue Book 1988) with the transmitter enclosed in a sound proof container and the Cordless Telephone connected directly to feed bridges specified in clause 5.1.2. The noise generated in the cordless telephone in the receive direction shall not exceed -65 dBmp. The acoustic shock absorption provided in the cordless telephone shall conform to the ITU-T Recommendation P.36 (Blue Book 1988). It shall not be possible to generate a signal exceeding +10 dBV rms across a 600 ohms termination of the cordless telephone for any acoustic signal at the microphone. Network Compatibility : In the off-hook condition (both during signalling and speech) the DC resistance of the cordless telephone measured across the line terminals shall be such that line current requirements specified in clauses 5.1.2 and 5.1.3 are met at all line lengths. The impedance of the cordless telephone in the off-hook condition shall be such that the Stability Balance Return Loss of the Cordless Telephone against balance impedance of 600 ohms (resistive) when connected to a subscriber line shall be greater than 12 dB in the range 300 Hz to 3400 Hz. This clause is applicable at all lengths upto limiting length indicated in clause 5.1.1.

5.1.7

5.1.8

5.1.9

5.2 5.2.1

5.2.2

5.2.3

The DC insulation Resistance between any two points not electrically connected shall not be less than 5 megohms when tested with a 250V DC meggar for a duration of not less than 5 seconds. The cordless telephone shall be insensitive to line polarity. The performance of the Cordless Telephone shall not be unduly affected by the presence of normally encountered electric and magnetic fields and radio waves. During on-hook (no loop) condition or during signalling when no button is pressed, the total power level of all signals to the line shall not exceed -62 dBm and the power level of any single frequency emitted from the Cordless Telephone instrument shall not exceed -70 dBm at the Cordless Telephone output.

5.2.4 5.2.5

5.2.6

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5.2.7

The subscriber line will have a loop resistance upto or greater than 1000 ohms and an insulation resistance greater than 20 kilo ohms between the limbs and between each limb and earth. During the on-hook condition the current drawn by the Cordless Telephone to power the electronic circuit of the CLIP, keypad etc. shall be less than 40 120 A. Loop Disconnect Signalling : The Cordless Telephone shall be capable of operating satisfactorily under the following conditions for loop disconnect signaling :

5.2.8

5.3

5.3.1

The cordless telephone shall not be able to send more than 10 impulses in anyone digit regardless of the number of push-buttons pressed simultaneously. Operation of the hookswitch during the pulsing mode for periods of more than 250 ms (with the consequent break on the line) shall cause cancellation of any digits stored and shall not cause further pulsing of digits. When the handset is on-hook, the keypad shall be inoperative. The Cordless Telephone shall provide decadic pulses at 10 IPS nominal with 2:1 break/make ratio. The speed of pulsing shall be within 5% of the nominal. The break period of the pulse shall be within the range of 60% to 70%. The Cordless Telephone shall be capable of accepting the information from the keypad and pulsing out stored digits simultaneously to the line sequentially. The nominal inter-digital pause between any two successive digits shall be 800 ms with 10% tolerance limits. Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Signalling : The Cordless Telephone shall be capable of operating satisfactorily in accordance with the following conditions for Dual Tone MultiFrequency(DTMF) signalling.

5.3.2

5.3.3 5.3.4

5.3.5

5.3.6

5.4

5.4.1

Each push button of the keypad shall represent a combination of two signalling frequencies one frequency from each of the low and high groups of signalling frequencies. When one button is pressed with the Cordless Telephone hand set off the hook, Cordless Telephone shall transmit simultaneously a combination of two frequencies, as required in 5.4.1.

5.4.2

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5.4.3

Allocation of frequencies, various digits and symbols of the push buttons shall be as per Recommendation-Q.23 of ITU-T(Blue Book 1988), reproduced in figure at Annexure II. Each transmitted signalling frequency must be within + 1.8% of the nominal frequency. During signalling following transmission levels shall be satisfied for all line lengths i.e. starting from 0 upto limiting line : Low frequency group : - 8 dBm + 2 dB High frequency group : - 6 dBm + 2 dB The measurements will be taken with 600 ohms termination.

5.4.4

5.4.5

5.4.6

During transmission of signalling frequencies it shall be possible to listen to the side-tone composed of the same frequencies as those sent to the line. The Cordless Telephone should be able to accept the information from its keypad at the rate of 6 pushbuttons pressed per second with only one pushbutton being pressed at any time. Level difference between any two frequencies forming a signal should not be more than 2 dB + 1 dB such that the higher frequency component of the signal is of higher level. The speech transmission efficiency shall be decreased by at least 50 dB under the following conditions : a) When a push button is pressed; b) During transmission of any DTMF signal; This requirement shall be met within 15 ms.

5.4.7

5.4.8

5.4.9

5.4.10 During DTMF signalling, the DC loop shall be maintained. 5.4.11 In case of DTMF redial, the on/off period shall be not less than 40/40 ms. 5.5 5.5.1 Electronic Ringer : The electronic ringer shall generate a pleasant audible signal containing frequency components spread over a wide spectrum when actuated by a ringing current source of 75V +5 V with a frequency in the range 16 Hz to 60 Hz.

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5.5.2

The electronic ringer shall not respond to signalling or speech voltages generated by the Cordless Telephone itself when off-hook or when on-hook/stand-by, by any Telephone connected in parallel. Battery Eliminator The Battery Eliminator shall provide a regulated DC Power.

5.6 5.6.1

5.6.2.1 The Battery Eliminator shall work on AC power supply from 170 V to 260 V (230 V Normal), 50 Hz +/- 2 Hz. The adapter shall be of floor type with minimum cord length of 1.5 metres at both the ends. The AC plug shall have pins as per B.I.S. specifications.

5.6.2.2 Protection: o Adequate protections shall be incorporated to avoid accidental hazards to human life and exchange equipment due to AC leakage. The details of protection provided shall be indicated by the manufacturer. o Adequate protections shall be incorporated for over voltage, under voltage and spikes. 5.6.3 The noise level at the Battery Eliminator output terminals shall be limited to 2 mV psophometric, when the unit is delivering its full rated output current to a pure resistive load at an input AC voltage from 170 V to 260 V. The insulation resistance between any two points of the Battery Eliminator shall not be less than 10 M when tested at 500 V DC at standard ambient conditions.

5.6.4

5.6.5 To avoid accidental short circuit of primary and secondary winding of the transformer, bifurcated spool physically separating primary and secondary windings shall be used. 5.6.6 The insulation resistance of the windings of the transformer with reference to the body when tested with a 500 V DC shall not be less than 100 M at standard ambient conditions.

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6.0

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC):


The equipment shall conform to the EMC requirements as per the following standards and limits indicated therein. A test certificate and test report shall be furnished from test agency. The test agency for EMC tests shall be an accredited agency and details of accreditation shall be submitted. Alternatively EMC test report from a non-accredited test lab, which is audited by an accredited lab/accrediting authority, for the availability of all the essential facilities (test equipment, test chamber, calibrations in order, test instructions, skilled personnel etc.), required for performing the tests according to the EMC test methods audited, may be acceptable. However, such accredited lab/ accrediting authority should take responsibility of the test results of the non accredited lab along with indication of period of such delegation and the submitted test report should be of such valid period of delegation. The audit report, mentioning above facts, should be provided along with EMC test report. a) Conducted and radiated emissions: To comply with Class B of CISPR 22 {2003} "Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of Information Technology Equipments" b) Electrostatic discharge: To comply with IEC 61000-4-2 {2001} Testing and measurement techniques of Electrostatic discharge immunity test" under following test levels: Contact discharge level 2 {+ 4 kV} Air discharge level 3 {+ 8 kV} c) Fast transients common mode (burst): To comply with IEC 61000-4-4 {1995 with Amendment 1 (2000) and Amendment 2 (2001)} "Testing and measurement techniques of electrical fast transients/burst immunity test" under Level 2 { 1 kV for DC power lines; 500 V for signal control lines}; d) Immunity: IEC 61000-4-3 {2002} Radiated RF Electromagnetic Field Immunity test under test level 2 (test field strength 3 v / m) for general purposes in frequency range 80 MHz to 1000 MHz and under test level 3 (10 v / m) for protection against digital radio telephones in frequency ranges 800 MHz to 960 MHz and 1.4 GHz to 2.0 GHz. e) Surges line to earth coupling and line to line coupling: To comply with IEC 61000-4-5 {2001} Test & Measurement techniques for Surge immunity tests" under test levels of 0.5 kV for line to line coupling and 1 kV for line to earth coupling;

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f) Radio frequency common mode: To comply with IEC 61000-4-6 {2001} "Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio frequency fields" under the test level 2 {3 V r.m.s} clamp injection method for DC lines and Signal Control lines. Note (i): Classification of the equipment: Class B: Class B is a category of apparatus which satisfies the class B disturbance limits. Class B is intended primarily for use in the domestic environment and may include: Equipment with no fixed place of use; for example, portable equipment powered by built in batteries; Telecommunication terminal equipment powered by the telecommunication network; Personal computers and auxiliary connected equipment. Note: The domestic environment is an environment share the use of broadcast radio and television receivers may be expected within a distance of 10 m of the apparatus connected. Class A: Class A is a category of all other equipment, which satisfies the class A limits but not the class B limits. Note (ii): For test for checking compliance to above EMC requirements, the methods of measurements shall be in accordance with TEC standard No. SD/EMI-02/02 SEP 2001 and the references mentioned therein. Alternatively, corresponding relevant Euro Norms of the above IEC/CISPR standards are also acceptable subject to the condition that frequency range and test level are met as per above mentioned sub clauses (a) to (f) and TEC standard No. SD/EMI-02/02 SEP 2001. The details of IEC/CISPR and corresponding Euro Norms are as follows: IEC/CISPR CISPR 22 IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 61000-4-3 IEC 61000-4-4 IEC 61000-4-5 IEC 61000-4-6 Euro Norm EN55022 EN61000-4-2 EN61000-4-3 EN61000-4-4 EN61000-4-5 EN61000-4-6

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6.0
6.1

Documentation:
Complete documentation including technical literature in English with detailed block schematic and circuit diagram of various sub-assemblies shall be provided. All aspects of installation, operation, testing, maintenance and repair shall also be covered in the handbook. Procedure for repair giving full details of test setup shall be indicated. Test jigs and fixtures if any, required for maintenance and repair shall also be indicated. The manufacturer shall indicate the repair philosophy. The necessary flow charts for probable faults and the remedial actions shall be provided in the repair manuals. Each sub- assembly and component shall be clearly marked with schematic reference to show its function so that they are identifiable from the component layout diagram in the handbook.

6.2

6.3

6.4

7.0

Glossary :
A F F/Km BIS CISPR dBm dBmp dBv DC DSSS DTMF e.i.r.p. EMC EMI ERM ETSI Hz IPS ISM ITU-T KHz LCD M mA MHz Microampere Microfarad Microfarad per Kilometer Bureau of Indian Standards International Special Committee on Radio Interference Decibel relative to 1 milliwatt power Decibel relative to 1 milli watt power (Phosophometeric) Decibel relative to 1 volt Direct Current Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Dual Tone Multi-Frequency equivalent isotropic radiated power Electromagnetic Compatibility Electromagnetic Interference Electromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters European Telecommunication Standards Institute Hertz Impulses per Second Industrial Scientific Medical International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication Standardisation Sector of ITU Kilo Hertz Liquid Crystal Display Megaohm Milliampere Megahertz

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mm ms mV mW NFAP PCB TEC

Milli meter Milli Second Milli Volt Milli Watt National Frequency Allocation Plan Printed Circuit Board Telecommunication Engineering Centre

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Annexure I
Standard No. SD/RAD-01/01.SEP2005 (Cross-referred clauses of the Standard No. SD/RAD-01/01.SEP2005)

1.0

SCOPE:
The present document applies to equipments meant for indoor use which utilizes wideband radio modulation techniques and which has an effective radiated power of upto or equal to -10 dBW (100 mW) and a power spectral density of upto -10 dBW / 100 KHz (100 mW) e.i.r.p. for frequency hopping spread spectrum modulation or a power spectral density of up to -20 dBW / 1 MHz (10 mW) e.i.r.p. for other forms of modulation. The equipments are transceivers, transmitters and receivers including IEEE 802.11, Home RF and Bluetooth wireless technologies, fixed, mobile or portable applications, e.g.: Stand-alone radio equipment with or without their own control provisions; Plug-in radio devices intended for use with or within a variety of host systems, e.g. personal computers, hand-held terminals, etc. Plug-in radio devices intended for use within combined equipment, e.g. cable modems, set-top boxes, access points, etc. Combined equipment or a combination of a plug-in radio device and a specific type of host equipment. This radio equipment is capable of operating in all or any part of the frequency band shown in table 1. Table 1: Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) frequency band Direction of transmission Transmit/Receive Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) frequency band 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz

2.2

Modulation The manufacturer shall state the modulation characteristics of the equipment to be tested. For the purpose of deciding which level of power density applies to the equipment, the present document defines two categories of equipment: equipment conforming to the stated characteristics of FHSS modulation and equipment not conforming to these characteristics. The latter category includes equipment using DSSS modulation.

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2.3.1.2 Limit : The equivalent isotropic radiated power shall be equal to or less than 10 dBW (100 mW). This limit shall apply for any combination of power level and intended antenna assembly. 2.3.2.2 Limit : For wide band modulations other then FHSS (e.g. DSSS, OFDM, etc.), the maximum spectrum power density is limited to 10 mW per MHz e.i.r.p. 2.3.3 Frequency Range :

2.3.3.1 Definition : The frequency range of the equipment is determined by the lowest and highest frequencies occupied by the power envelope. fH is the highest frequency of the power envelope: it is the frequency furthest above the frequency of maximum power where the output power drops below the level of -80 dBm/Hz e.i.r.p. spectral power density (-30 dBm if measured in a 100 KHz bandwidth). fL is the lowest frequency of the power envelope: it is the frequency furthest below the frequency of maximum power where the output power drops below the level equivalent to -80 dBm/ Hz e.i.r.p spectral power density (or 30 dBm if measured in a 100 KHz bandwidth). For a given operating frequency, the width of the power envelope is (fH - fL ). In equipment that allows adjustment or selection of different operating frequencies, the power envelope takes up different positions in the allocated band. The frequency range is determined by the lowest value of fL and the highest value of fH resulting from the adjustment of the equipment to the lowest and highest operating frequencies. 2.3.3.2 Limit : For all equipment the frequency range shall be lie within the band 2.4 GHz to 2.4835 GHz. (fL > 2.4 GHz and fH < 2.4835 GHz). 2.3.4 Transmitter spurious emissions :

2.3.4.1 Definition : Transmitter spurious emissions are emissions outside the frequency range(s) of the equipment as defined in clause 2.3.3.1 when the equipment is in Transmit mode and / or in Standby mode.

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2.3.4.2 Limit : The spurious emissions of the transmitter shall not exceed the values in table 2 and 3 in the indicated bands. Table 2: Transmitter limits for narrowband spurious emission Frequency range 30 MHz to 1 GHz Above 1 GHz to 12.75 GHz 1.8 GHz to 1.9 GHz 5.15 GHz to 5.3 GHz Limit when operating - 36 dBm - 30 dBm - 47 dBm Limit when in standby - 57 dBm - 47 dBm - 47 dBm

The above limit values apply to narrowband emissions, e.g. as caused by local oscillator leakage. The measurement bandwidth for such emissions may be as small as necessary to achieve a reliable measurement result. Wideband emissions shall not exceed the values given in table 3. Table 3: Transmitter limits for wideband spurious emission Frequency range 30 MHz to 1 GHz Above 1 GHz to 12.75 GHz 1.8 GHz to 1.9 GHz 5.15 GHz to 5.3 GHz 2.3.5 Receiver spurious emissions : Limit when operating - 86 dBm/Hz - 80 dBm/Hz - 97 dBm/Hz Limit when in standby - 107 dBm/Hz - 97 dBm/Hz - 97 dBm/Hz

2.3.5.1 Definition : Receiver spurious emissions are emissions at any frequency when the equipment is in received mode. 2.3.5.2 Limit : The spurious emissions of the receiver shall not exceed the values in tables 4 and 5 in the indicated bands. Table 4: Narrowband spurious emission limits for receivers Frequency range Limit 30 MHz to 1 GHz - 57 dBm Above 1 GHz to 12.75 GHz - 47 dBm .

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The limit values of table 4 apply to narrowband emissions, e.g. as caused by local oscillator leakage. The measurement bandwidth for such emissions may be as small as necessary to get a reliable measurement result. Wideband emissions shall not exceed the values given in table 5. Table 5: Wideband spurious emission limits for receivers Frequency range 30 MHz to 1 GHz Above 1 GHz to 12.75 GHz Limit - 107 dBm/ Hz - 97 dBm / Hz

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Annexure-II
(This figure is for the purpose of displaying combination of frequencies for different push button only. Push button A,B,C,D may be used for different functional keys)
High group frequencies(Hz)

Hz

1209

1336

1477

1633

697
Low group frequencies (Hz)

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9 #

A B C D

770

852

941

Figure : (Source Figure 1/Q.23 of ITU)

Allocation of frequencies to the various digits and symbols of a push button set.

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