Uniden SDS200

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Uniden SDS200

Desktop Version of the SDS100

FCC PART 15B / RSS-135

uniden sds200

SCANNING RECEIVER
COMBO TEST REPORT

Applicant UNIDEN AMERICA CORPORATION
Address 3001 GATEWAY DRIVE SUITE 130 IRVING, TEXAS 75063 USA
IC 513C-UB384
Model Number SDS200
Product Description SCANNING RECEIVER
Date Sample Received 11/27/2018
Final Test Date 11/27/2018
Tested By Tim Royer
Approved By Franklin Rose
Test Results PASS

 

GENERAL INFORMATION
EUT Description SCANNING RECEIVER
IC 513C-UB384
Model Number SDS200
Range 25.0 – 1240.0 MHz
Test Range 30 MHz – 960 MHz
Receiver Circuit Type Heterodyne
Antenna Connector SMA
110-120Vac/50- 60Hz
EUT Power Source 13.6 VDC Nominal
Modifications required
for Testing
None
Test Site Timco Engineering, Inc. 849 NW State Road 45
Newberry, FL 32669 Designation #: US1070, IC: 2056A

 

*NOTE: 15.101(b) Receivers operating above 960 MHz or below 30 MHz, except for radar
detectors and CB receivers, are exempt from complying with the technical provisions of this
part but are subject to §15.5.

REPORT SUMMARY
Regulatory Standard CFR Title 47 FCC Rule part 15B § 15.109, 15.111, & 15.121,
IC RSS-135, i2, RSS-GEN
Test Procedures FCC Part 15.31, 15.33, 15.35, RSS-GEN
ANSI C63.4 – 2014
Operational Modes Stopped at the Lowest, middle, and highest frequency of
tuning range. In addition scanning all frequencies of tuning
range
Test Frequencies Low: 40.84 MHz
Middle: 107.5, 511.9125 MHz
High: 954.9125 MHz
Scan: 25.0 – 1240.0 MHz
Setup For radiated test the ant terminal was connected to 50Q non
radiating load through a 50 Q coaxial cable
For conducted test the ant terminal was connected to a EMI
receiver through 50 Q coaxial cable
Environmental Condition
in the laboratory
Temperature: 24-26°C
Relative humidity: 50-65%
Barometric Pressure: 30.01″
Deviation from the
standard/procedure
No deviation

 

RESULTS SUMMARY
FCC Requirement ISED Requirement Pass/Fail
15.109 Radiated Emissions RSS-215, Sec 5.1
RSS-GEN 7.1.2
Pass
15.111 Receiver Conducted
Power
RSS-GEN 8.8 Pass
15.121 38 dB Rejection N/A(1)

 

Notes:

1) The receiver is digital and is incapable of producing a SINAD output.

RADIATED SPURIOUS EMISSIONS

  • Rule Part No.:                                FCC Part 15 Subpart B , RSS-215, RSS-GEN
  • Requirements:                   FCC Part 15.109(a) Radiated Emission Limit
Class B Field Strength Limits @ 3 Meters
Frequency Level
(MHz) (dBuV/m)
30 – 88 40.0
80 – 216 43.5
216 – 960 46.0
Above 960 54.0

FCC Part 15.109(f) Radiated Emission Limit
For a receiver which employs terminals for the connection of an
external receiving antenna, the receiver shall be tested to demonstrate
compliance with the provisions of this section with an antenna
connected to the antenna terminals unless the antenna conducted
power is measured as specified in §15.111(a).

Procedure: FCC Part 15.33(b)(3) Frequency range of radiated measurements

FCC Part 15.35(a) Measurement detector functions and bandwidths

ANSI C63.4 Methods of Measurement of Radio-Noise Emissions from
Low-Voltage Electrical and Electronic Equipment 9 kHz to 40 GHz

  • 6.2 Operating conditions
    § 6.3 Arrangement of EUT
  • 8.3.1 Exploratory radiated emissions measurements
    § 8.3.2 Final radiated emission measurements

Configuration: The scanner receiver spurious emissions are to be measured when the receiver is in the scanning mode and repeated when the scanning is stopped.


NOTE: RSS-GEN 5.3 Only radiocommunication receivers operating in stand-alone mode within the band 30-960 MHz, as well as scanner receivers, are subject to Industry Canada requirements, as described above. All other receivers are exempted from any Industry Canada certification, testing, labeling and reporting requirements.

Uniden America Corporation

November 26, 2018

To:    Federal Communications Commission

Equipment Authorization Branch Laboratory Division Office of Engineering and Technology 7 435 Oakland Mills Road Columbia, Maryland 21046

Subject:    Attestation statement regarding the cell   phone channels

Applicant:    Uniden America Corporation

TYPE OF EQUIPMENT: FCC IDENTIFIER: Digital Scanning Receiver

Dear Sir or Madam:

1.    I attest that the receiver is incapable of tuning, or readily being altered, by the user to operate within the frequency bands allocated to the Domestic public Cellular Telecommunications Service in Part 22.

2.    The VCO is inside the microprocessor making it impossible to access. This chip contains the VCO, PLL and 1st mixer.

a.    Epoxy glue was added to the band pass filter as our previous scanner radios

b.    The binary file is encrypted so user can’t disassemble.

c.    The program is in the flash memory of the microprocessor and the end User can’t read it without using the ID code and the souse code is not open to the public, so user can’t access and edit the firmware.

3.    It’s impossible for the end user to enter any frequency not specified in the frequency range specifications and if the end user attempts to enter a frequency out of the frequency range specifications the software ignores the entered frequency.

Please contact the undersigned if you have any questions or need any further information.

Manager, Regulatory and QA

uniden sds200 – Owner’s Manuals

SDS200 SDS200om.pdf English
SDS200 SDS200om_SP.pdf Spanish
SDS200 SDS200om_FR.pdf French

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