Sonim – RS80 – User Manual

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User Guide
RS801
Power on for The First Time
Power On/power Off
Remove Battery
Network & Internet
Connected Devices
Appearance Overview
CONTENTS
Unfasten Handstrap to Remove Battery Cover
Remove Battery Cover
SIM/microSD Card
Insert Battery
Display Settings
Battery Settings
Sound Settings
Storage Settings
Accessibility Settings
Google Settings
Sonim Scan
Notice
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What’s In the Box 2
Privacy Settings
System Settings
Product Safety WarningsWhat’s In the Box 1
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Handstrap
Device
Battery
Type-C cable
Converter plugs Charging adaptorAppearance Overview
Microtablet
Function button F2
Recent button
Power button
Home button
Front camera
Back button
Function button F1
Volume up
Volume down
Ambient light sensor
Charging indicator
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31D/2D Scanner
Rear camera
Battery cover lock A
Battery cover lock B
External GNSS antenna port
LED flash
TYPE-C interface 3.5mm Headset
Battery cover lock B
NFC
4Unfasten Handstrap to Remove Battery Cover 3
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3 4Clasp
1. Power off the device before removing the battery cover
2. Push the battery cover lock to the open position
3. Detach the battery cover
To remove the battery cover
Remove Battery Cover 4
6SIM/microSD Card
To insert/remove SIM/microSD card
Follow the indicated direction printed in the chamber
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microSD SIMTo insert the battery
1. Insert the battery
2. Push the battery lock to the closed position
3. Attach the battery cover
4. Push the battery cover lock to the closed position
Insert Battery 6
81. Power off the device before removing the battery
2. Push the battery cover lock to the open position
3. Detach the battery cover
4. Push the battery lock to the open position
5. Remove the battery
To remove the battery
Remove Battery 7
9Power on for the First Time
When starting for the first time, fully charge the device.
Plug the power adapter into the device and charge the device to make sure that battery is full.
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10Power On/Power Off
1. Power On
Press the power button a few seconds until the device vibrates.
2. Enter/Exit Sleep Mode
Click the power button once, the screen enters sleep mode.
When the screen is lit up and there is no operation for one minute, the device will automatically
enter the sleep mode(Standby time setting: Display > Screen timeout).
Click the power button once, the screen lights up and exits sleep mode. Swipe up on the screen to
unlock.
3. Power Off/Restart/Screenshot
Long press the power button, a dialog box will pop up on the right side of the screen. Select the
desired function to turn off the power, restart or take a screenshot.
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11Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is a wireless network technology that can provide Internet access at distance up to 100 feet,
depending on the Wi-Fi router and surroundings.
You can access the Internet when you connect your RS80 to a Wi-Fi network. To connect your
tablet to a Wi-Fi network;
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ).
2. Tap on Network & Internet ( ) .
3. Tap on Wi-Fi ( ) .
4. Set the Wi-Fi to ON position located under Wireless & networks settings. A list of Wi-Fi access
points present within your tablet accessible range are displayed.
5. Select your preferred network. Enter the WEP/WPS/WPA key (if it is a secured network) and
select Connect. To verify the password before connecting, enable Show password.
Add Network
1. On Wi-Fi screen, tap on Add network ( ).
2. Enter the Network name and select the Security from the drop-down list. You can set the
network password.
3. Tap on Advanced options. The settings such as Proxy and IP settings can be updated using the
drop-down list.
4. Tap on Save to save the network settings.
Connect To Network
1. Long press on connected network.
2. Tap on Connect to network.
3. Enter the network password.
4. The other network setting details such as Advanced options, Proxy, IP settings can be updated.
5. Tap on CONNECT to get connected to the network.
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Network & Internet Mobile Network
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings( ).
2. Tap on Network & Internet ( ) > Mobile network ( ),
3. Select SIM card Slot and the following options are displayed:
• Mobile data: Turn On to enable mobile data. Using mobile data, you can access Internet.
• Roaming: Turn ON to enable data roaming to connect to data services while roaming.
• Data usage: Mobile data usage for a particular time frame is displayed.
• Network:
– Automatically select network: Turn ON to connect to the selected network automatically.
– Network: The network name is displayed.
– Access Point Names: Tap on Access Point
Names (APNs) to view and edit the network access points. Tap on the ( ) icon to add a new
access point.
Data Usage
Data usage refers to the amount of data utilized by your tablet during data transfers through the
Internet. The data usage charges are dependent on the wireless plan provided by your service
provider.
To monitor your data usage, adjust your data usage settings.
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ).
2. Tap on Network & Internet ( ) > Data usage
3. Under Usage, you can view the data usage for a particular time frame.
4. Turn on Data saver ( ) to access unrestricted data.
Hotspot & Tethering
Hotspot and Tethering provides Internet to other devices through your mobile data connection.
Apps can also create a hotspot to share content with nearby devices.
13USB Tethering
Using USB tethering, you can share tablet’s Internet connection via USB.
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ).
2. Tap on Network & Internet( ) > Hotspot & tethering ( ).
3. Turn on USB tethering.
Setup Mobile Hotspot
You can set up a hotspot using your mobile device.
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ).
2. Tap on Network & Internet( ) > Hotspot & tethering ( ).
3. Tap on Set up Mobile hotspot.
4. Enter the following details:
• Hotspot name: Enter the hotspot name.
• Security: Select the desired security from the drop-down list.
• Hotspot Password: The password must have at least 8 characters.
5. Tap on Save to save the mobile hotspot.
Airplane Mode
When your tablet is set in airplane mode, network connectivity or mobile data connectivity is
disabled. But you can access your camera, media files and other features that do not require
mobile data connectivity.
To activate airplane mode;
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ).
2. Tap on Network & Internet( ) > Airplane Mode ( ).
14Bluetooth Turn ON
You can share the tablet’s Internet connection via Bluetooth.
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ).
2. Tap on Connected devices( > Connection preferences > Bluetooth( )
3. Turn ON to enable Bluetooth tethering.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communication technology used to communicate between the
devices over a distance of about 8 meters.You can perform the following tasks using Bluetooth
paired devices.
• Transfer media files and contacts between connected mobile devices using Bluetooth.
• Use Bluetooth connected headtablets for playing media file.
Pairing A Bluetooth Device
To activate Bluetooth and pair your RS80 device with other
Bluetooth Devices:
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Connected devices ( ) > Connec-
tion preferences.
2. Tap and enable Bluetooth ( ). A list of accessible Bluetooth devices are displayed. Ensure
that Bluetooth is activated on the other device as well.
3. Tap on Pair new device ( ) to pair a new device. Available devices are listed.
4. Select the desired device from the list. It starts pairing with the selected device. A confirmation
message is displayed to pair the device. Select PAIR.
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15Device Name
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Connected devices ( )> Connection
preferences..
2. Tap and enable Bluetooth ( ).
3. Tap on Device name. Rename this device screen is displayed. You can change the name and
tap on Rename.
Cast
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Connected devices ( ) >
Connection preferences.
2. Tap on Cast ( ).
3. You can cast your screen from your Android™ device. Connect your Android device to the
same Wi-Fi network as your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built-in. In the top left corner of
the app’s Home screen, tap on Menu Cast Screen > audio Cast Screen > audio.
4. Ensure that your Android device and Chromecast are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
NFC
NFC (Near-Field Communication) is a set of communication protocols that enable two electronic
devices one of which is usually a portable device such as a smart tablet, to establish communica-
tion by bringing them within 4 cm of each other.
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Connected devices ( ) > Connec-
tion preferences> NFC ( ).
2. Turn ON NFC to allows your device to scan various cards.
Printing
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Connected devices ( )> Connection
preferences > Printing ( ) .
2. Tap on Print > Default Print Service ( ). Turn On the Default Print Service.
3. Tap on Add services ( ). Google Play screen is displayed. You can sign in with your Google
credentials and add any desired service.
16Display
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Display ( ).
2. Set the following options to configure your tablet’s display:
• Brightness level: Set the brightness of the tablet display.
• Night Light :
• Schedule: You can schedule the night light on your device: None, Turns on at custom time and
Turns on from sunset to sunrise
– Stare time: Sunrise time
– End time:The sunset time
– Intensity: You can increase/decrease the light intensity as per your requirement.
• Adaptive Brightness: This optimizes the brightness level for available light.
• Wallpapers: Includes images that are pre-loaded with the tablet.
• Dark theme : Turn On to display the black theme.
• Screen timeout: Set the sleep time so that the screen brightness is turned down after specified
time of tablet inactivity. This setting also optimizes the battery power. The options are: Never,15
seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes and 30 minutes.
• Auto-rotate screen: Turn on to set auto-rotate screen ON.
• Font size: Set the font size of the text to be displayed on the screen.
• Display size: You can make the items on your screen smaller or larger. Some apps on your
screen might change position.
• Screen saver: You can set any of the applications as a screen saver.
• Lock screen display: Tap on lock screen display and turn On When to show > New notification.
The device screen is awake when you receive notifications.
Battery Settings
Battery
1. From Home screen or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Battery ( ).
• The graphic image of battery charging level is displayed.
• Last Full charge displays the time when the battery is fully charged.
• Screen usage since full charge displays the time duration the screen is used since the battery
the fully charged.
2. Under Power management the following options are displayed:
• Batter saver: Set the Battery saver to On by selecting the option given for Turn On.
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17Sound
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Sound ( ).
Set the following options to set the Sound settings in your device:
2. Media volume : Adjust the volume as per your requirement.
3. Alarm volume : Adjust the alarm volume as per your requirement.
4. Notification volume : Adjust the volume for notification as per your requirement.
• Default Notification sound: Select the required Notification sound from the list and tap on OK to
set as the ringtone. You can also add a new ringtone using Add ringtone ( ) option.
• Default alarm sound: Select the required alarm sound from the list and tap on OK to set as the
ringtone. You can also add a new ringtone using Add ringtone ( ) option.
5. Other sounds and vibrations
Turn ON the following options to access the sound:
• Screen locking sounds
• Charging sounds and vibration
• Scanning sounds
• Touch sounds
• Touch vibration
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18Storage
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Storage ( ).
2. On Internal shared storage, the following options are displayed with memory used for each app:
• Photos and videos
• Music & audio
• Games
• Movie & TV apps
• Other apps
• Other
• System
Privacy Settings
Privacy
1. From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Privacy ( ).
• Permission manager
• Show passwords
• Lock screen
• Autofill service from Google
• Advanced
• Google location history
• Activity controls
• Ads
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19Accessibility
You can make websites and applications more accessible to people with disabilities when they
are using mobile tablets and other devices.
From Notifications or App menu, tap on Settings ( ) > Accessibility ( ).
Volume Key Shortcut
1. Tap on Volume key shortcut. Turn On to enable Shortcut service. You can select any of the
listed service to set a shortcut.
2. Enable Allow from lock screen to perform this functionality.
Google Settings
Google
1. From Notifications screen or App screen, tap on Settings ( ) > Google ( ).
2. The following services are displayed under Services:
• Account services
• Ads
• Autofill
• Backup
• Data & messaging
• Device connections
• On-device sharing
• App preview messages
• Parental controls
• Security
• Set up & restore
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20Language & Input
You can set the tablet’s language to any of the languages displayed in the language list.All the
menu items and user feedback messages will be displayed in the set language.
1. From Notifications screen or App screen, tap on Settings ( ) > System ( ) > Languages
& input ( ).
2. Tap on Languages and select any desired language from the list as your preferred language.
• Default language: English is set as the default language. This can be changed by you if you
prefer to have a different default language.
• Add a language: you can select any languages from Suggested languages list or All languages
list.
• Search: Tap on Search icon ( ) to search a language.
3. The following options are displayed under KEYBOARD:
• Virtual keyboard:
– Gboard: You can use Google keyboard which is multilingual typing keyboard.
– Google voice typing: You can use Google voice typing for entering the text instead of using the
keyboard.
– Manage keyboards: From this menu, you are able to enable and manage different keyboards
available to you.
• Physical keyboard:
– Show virtual keyboard: Enable this option to keep it on screen while physical keyboard is
active.
– Keyboard shortcuts helper: Displays available shortcuts.

System Settings
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21System Updates
1. From Notifications or App screen, tap on Settings ( ) > System Updates ( ).
2. Tap on Check for update to check if your device requires any new system updates. If there is an
update, the system will update your device. If your device is up to date, it will show Your system is
up to date.
221. Barcode scanner feature is integrated in your device. It is an enterprise class scan engine
capable of fast and reliable scanning that can also read tags with ease and perform in low-light
conditions.
2. Sonim Scan app works with your device to allow you to set settings and adjust configurations for
barcode scanning. In conjunction with the barcode scanner module, Sonim Scan will capture
barcode data and then interpret that data and transmit that information in one of two ways, either
directly into a text field (Data insertion) or as a Broadcast to a third-party app that would need to
be listening for that Broadcast.
3. From Home screen or App menu, tap on Sonim Scan ( ), you will see the Sonim Scan main
menu.
• Turn Off Power allow you turn OFF or turn ON Scanner module power. Scanner power is ON by
default.
• You can tap on Scan Now to start scanning when Scanner power is ON.
• Tap on Settings, you can set and adjust configurations for barcode scanning.
• FAQ lists many questions and answers that may help you understand more about Sonim Scan.
Sonim Scan
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23Use responsibly. Read all instructions and safety information before use to avoid injury. The
maximum operating ambient temperature of the equipment is 55°C.
1.Battery Safety
Battery works at ambient temperatures ranging from-20°C to 55°C.
CAUTION: Risk of explosion if battery is replaced incorrectly. Replace with the same or equivalent
type of battery as recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose used batteries according to battery
manufacturer’s instructions.
Note: Charging temperature specifications is from 0°Cto 45°C.
2.Charger Safety
Please place the device in an environment that has a normal room temperature with good ventilation
when charging. It is recommended to charge the device in an environment with an ambient
temperature that ranges from 5°C~40°C
3.Wi-Fi Safety
Turn Wi-Fi off in areas where Wi-Fi use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger,
such as in airplanes while flying.
4.Avoid Damage To Your Hearing
Exposure to loud volumes from eartablets and headtablets over prolonged periods can cause hearing
loss.
This device is restricted to indoor use where operated in the European Community using
frequency in 5150MHz ~ 5350MHz to reduce the potential for interference. Restriction in
BE, BG, CZ, DK, DE, EE, IE, EL, ES, FR, HR, IT, CY, LV, LT, LU , HU , MT , NL , AT,
PL, PT, RO, SI, SK, FI, SE, UK Band 5150-5350MHz is restricted to indoor use. (European/Canada/Japan)
Water & Dust proof: IP67
Product Safety Warnings 21
24NOTICE
1. Some special places, such as airports, hospitals, gas stations and other places, do not allow the
use of electronic equipment. Please comply with the rules and do not use this product in these
places.
2. For your safety and the safety of others, please do not use this product while driving a vehicle.
3. In order to avoid potential safety problems, do not put this product near the vehicle`s airbag.
4. For your safety, please do not use this product during thunderstorms.
5. Although this product is waterproof, do not leave this product for long periods of time in areas with
water or moisture.
6. This product has an operating temperature range of -20°C~+55°C and a storage temperature
range of -40°C~+70°C. Extreme temperatures can affect the device`s performance and service life.
7. Please use an original rechargeable lithium battery. Low-quality batteries will affect the
performance and service life of the device, and may even have the danger of explosion.
8. Although the product has been tested to withstand harsh operating environments, do not use the
product in an improper manner.
9. Please do not disassemble this product. In case of failure, please send to our authorized service
centres to proceed with repairs.
10. After the device has reached the end of its service life, please discard in a proper way to avoid
environmental pollution.
11. When replacing the battery or during the use of an external power supply, shut down the device
completely before removing the battery or disconnecting the external power supply to prevent
damage.
12. This product is a Class B product, which may cause radio interference. The user may be
required to take necessary preventive measures.
25NOTICE:
The SAR limit of Europe is 2.0 W/kg. Device types RS80 has also been tested against this SAR
limit. The highest SAR value reported under this standard during product certification for use on the
body is 1.902W/kg This device was tested for typical body – worn operations with the back of the
handset kept 0 cm from the body. To maintain compliance with RF exposure requirements, use
accessories that maintain a 0 cm separation distance between the user`s body and the back of the
handset. The use of belt clips, holsters and similar accessories should not contain metallic
components in its assembly. The use of accessories that do not satisfy these requirements may not
comply with RF exposure requirements, and should be avoided.
After the laboratory measurements the Max. SAR values for this device is:
Limb: 1.902 W/kg, when the device used at 0cm form your body.
Limb: 1.057 W/kg, when the device used at 5cm form your body.
Caution Risk Of Explosion If Battery Is Replaced By An Incorrect Type. Dispose Of Used Batteries
According To The Instructions.
Hereby, [Sonim Technologies Inc.] declares that the radio equipment type [RS80] is in compliance
with Directive 2014 / 53 /EU.
The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address:
www.sonimtech.com
This device complies with Part 22 & 24 and Part 27 of the FCC Rules.
26SAR information
The SAR limit of FCC and ISED is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue. Device types RS80
( FCC ID:WYPRS80 and IC: 8090A-RS80 ) has also been tested against this SAR limit. The highest
SAR value reported under this standard during product certification for use on the body is
1.437 W/kg. This device was tested for typical body -worn operations with the back of the handset
kept 0 cm from the body. To maintain compliance with FCC and ISED RF exposure requirements,
use accessories that maintain a 0 cm separation distance between the user`s body and the back of
the handset. The use of belt clips, holsters and similar accessories should not contain metallic
components in its assembly. The use of accessories that do not satisfy these requirements may not
comply with FCC and ISED RF exposure requirements, and should be avoided.
27Battery Instructions
1. This product uses a rechargeable lithium battery as a power source. When the power is low,
please charge the battery. To maintain battery life, it is recommended to deplete the battery`s power
before charging.
2. When the battery charger is not in use, please remove it from the power supply. Do not connect the
charger to the battery for more than one week. Excessive charging will shorten the battery life.
3. Temperature affects the battery charging limit. Therefore, the battery may need to be cooled or
warmed up before charging.
4. Please use the battery for its original intended purpose to prevent short-circuiting the battery. A
short circuit will occur when a conductive material connects the battery’s positive and negative
terminals.
5. Do not use a battery that is damaged.
6. Placing the battery in extremely cold or hot places will lead to shortened battery life. Exposing the
battery to extreme temperatures may cause the tablet to malfunction, even if the battery is fully
charged.
7. Do not put the battery in a fire. Please discard the battery in a proper manner or take the battery to
a battery recycling station. Please dispose waste batteries in accordance with local laws and
regulations.
Google, Android, Google Play, YouTube and other marks are trademarks of Google LLC.
Importer: Sonim Technologies, Corporate Headquarters
6836 Bee Cave Road, Building 1, Suite 279, Austin, TX 78746
Manufacturer: Sonim Technologies, Corporate Headquarters
6836 Bee Cave Road, Building 1, Suite 279, Austin, TX 78746
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Sonim Technologies, Inc.
6836 Bee Cave Road, Building 1, Suite 279, Austin, Texas 78746, USA

EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Hereby,
Name of manufacturer: Sonim Technologies, Inc.
Address: 6836 Bee Cave Road, Building 1, Suite 279
n i t s u A : y t i C
Country: United States

declares that the DoC is issued under its sole responsibility and that this product:
Product description: Rugged Tablet
Type designation(s): RS80
Trademark: Sonim

The Notified Body Name: LGAI Technological Center S.A./Applus (Notify Body0370), has conducted the
conformity assessment according to module B of Directive 2014/53 / EU (RED) and issues the EU type
certificate [0370-RED-4311].
The following standards and technical specifications have been applied for RE Directive 2014/53/EU:
with reference to the following standards applied:
1. Health (Article 3.1(a) of Directive 2014/53/EU)
Applied Standard(s):
■ EN 62368-1:2014+A11:2017
■ EN 50332-2
■ EN 50566:2017
■ EN 62209-2:2010
■ EN 62479:2010
2. Electromagnetic compatibility (Article 3.1 (b) of Directive 2014/53/EU)
Applied Standard(s):
■ ETSI EN 301 489-1 v2.2.3
■ ETSI EN 301 489-3 v2.1.1
■ Draft ETSI EN 301 489-17 v3.2.2
■ ETSI EN 301 489-19 v2.1.1
■ Draft ETSI EN 301 489-52 v1.1.1
3. Article 3.2: RF Spectrum Efficiency (Article 3.2 of Directive 2014/53/EU)
Applied Standard(s):
■ ETSI EN 300 330 V2.1.1
■ ETSI EN 300 328 V2.1.1
■ ETSI EN 301 893 V2.1.1
■ ETSI EN 300 440 V2.2.1
■ ETSI EN 301 511 V12.5.1
■ ETSI EN 303 413 V1.1.1
■ ETSI EN 301 908-1 V11.1.1
■ ETSI EN 301 908-13 V13.1.1

Other CE compliance
RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU)
Restrict use of certain hazardous substances (RoHS Directive)
■ RoHS(2015/863/EU)
■ RoHS(2011/65/EU)
Signed for and on behalf of:
Date: February 3, 2021
City: Austin
Name: Avena Xu
Title: TA Manager
Signature:

Declaration of Conformity
NOTICE:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d`Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L`exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) l`appareil ne doit
pas produire de brouillage, et (2) l`utilisateur de l`appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélectrique
subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d`en compromettre le fonctionnement.
NOTICE:
Changes or modifications made to this equipment not expressly approved by Sonim Technologies,
Corporate Headquarters may void the FCC authorization to operate this equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
NOTICE:
This Class [B] digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES -003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe [B] est conforme à la norme NMB – 003 du Canada.
RF mode and power tune-up refer to appendix A
30Antenna Type
FPCAntenna
Power:
GSM/GPRS/EGPRS900:33dBm
GSM/GPRS/EGPRS1800:30dBm
WCDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA Band 1:23dBm
WCDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA Band 8:23dBm
LTE FDD:
Band 1/24dBm; Band 3/24dBm; Band 7/23dBm; Band 8/24dBm;
Band 20/24dBm; Band 28/24dBm; Band38/23dBm; Band 40/23dBm
GSM Release 99 ;WCDMA Release 6 ;LTE Release 8
WIFI and BT 2400-2483.5MHz : 14 dBm
WIFI(5150-5250MHz): 13dBm
WIFI(5725-5850MHz) : Power:14dBm ,Receiver category:2
NFC : 13.56MHz/ Power class 4 / Modulation type: ASK / antenna gain : 0dBi
GPS :1559-1610MHz
GSM900 (880.2MHz—914.8MHz)
DCS1800 (1710.2MHz—1784.8MHz)
WCDMA band 1 (1922.4MHz—1977.6MHz)
WCDMA band 8 (1712.4MHz—1782.6MHz)
LTE BAND 1 (1922.5—1977.5)MHz
LTE BAND 3 (1710.7—1784.3)MHz
LTE BAND 7 (2502.5—2567.5)MHz
LTE BAND 8 (880.7—914.3)MHz
LTE BAND 20 (834.5—859.5)MHz
LTE BAND 28 (704.5—746.5)MHz
LTE BAND 38 (2572.5—2617.5)MHz
LTE BAND 40 (2302.5—2397.5)MHzAppendix A for US
Normal Mode RF Power Range (GSM, WCDMA)
Mode Range(dBm)
GPRS850(1 Slot) 31.00-32.00
GPRS850(2 Slots) 31.00-32.00
GPRS850(3 Slots) 31.00-32.00
GPRS850(4 Slots) 31.00-32.00
EGPRS (8PSK, 1-Slot)
26.00-27.50
EGPRS (8PSK, 2-Slots)
26.00-27.50
EGPRS (8PSK, 3-Slots)
26.00-27.50
EGPRS (8PSK, 4-Slots) 26.00-27.50
GPRS1900(1 Slot) 27.50-29.00
GPRS1900(2 Slots) 27.50-28.50
GPRS1900(3 Slots) 27.50-28.50
GPRS1900(4 Slots) 27.50-28.50
EGPRS (8PSK, 1-Slot) 24.00-25.50
EGPRS (8PSK, 2-Slots) 24.00-25.50
EGPRS (8PSK, 3-Slots) 24.00-25.50
EGPRS (8PSK, 4-Slots) 24.00-25.50
WCDMA Band 2 RMC 23.00-24.00
WCDMA Band 2 HSDPA 21.00-23.00
WCDMA Band 2 HSUPA 19.50-22.50
WCDMA Band 4 RMC 24.00-25.20
WCDMA Band 4 HSDPA 22.00-24.00
WCDMA Band 4 HSUPA 21.00-24.00
WCDMA Band 5 RMC 24.00-24.80
WCDMA Band 5 HSDPA 22.00-24.00
WCDMA Band 5 HSUPA 21.00-23.50
Normal Mode RF Power Range (LTE)
Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 2
20 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.50
50 22.00-23.50
100 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
50 21.00-22.00
100 21.00-22.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
36 21.50-23.00
75 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
21.50-23.50
36 21.00-22.00
75 20.50-22.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
25 22.00-23.00
50 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
21.50-23.50
25 21.00-22.00
50 21.00-22.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
12 22.00-23.00
25 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
12 21.00-22.00
25 21.00-22.00

3 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.00
8 21.50-23.00
15 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
21.50-23.50
8 21.00-22.00
15 21.00-22.00 1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
3 21.50-23.50
6 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.00
3 21.00-22.00
6 21.00-22.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 4
20 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
50 22.00-23.00
100 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.50-24.00
50 21.00-22.00
100 21.00-22.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
36 22.00-23.00
75 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
36 21.00-22.00
75 21.00-22.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
25 22.00-23.50
50 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
25 21.00-22.00
50 21.00-22.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.00
12 22.00-23.50
25 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
12 21.00-22.00
25 21.00-22.00
3 MHz 1 QPSK 23.00-24.00 8 22.00-23.50
15 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
8 21.00-22.00
15 21.00-22.00
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.00
3 22.00-23.00
6 22.00-23.50
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
3 21.00-22.00
6 21.00-22.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 5
10 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-25.00
25 23.00-24.00
50 23.00-24.00
1
16QAM
22.50-24.00
25 21.50-23.00
50 21.50-23.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
12 22.50-23.50
25 22.50-23.50
1
16QAM
22.50-24.00
12 21.50-23.00
25 21.50-23.00
3 MHz
1
QPSK
23.50-24.50
8 22.50-23.50
15 22.50-23.50
1
16QAM
22.50-24.00
8 21.50-23.00
15 21.50-23.00
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
23.50-24.50
3 22.50-23.50
6 22.50-23.50 1
16QAM
22.50-24.00
3 22.00-23.00
6 21.50-22.50

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band7
20 MHz
1
QPSK
24.00-25.00
50 23.00-24.00
100 23.00-24.50
1
16QAM
23.50-24.50
50 22.00-23.00
100 22.00-23.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
23.50-25.00
36 23.00-24.00
75 23.00-24.00
1
16QAM
23.00-24.00
36 22.00-23.00
75 22.00-23.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
25 22.00-23.50
50 22.00-23.50
1
16QAM
22.00-24.00
25 21.00-22.50
50 21.00-22.50
5 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
12 22.00-23.50
25 22.00-23.50
1
16QAM
22.00-24.00
12 21.00-22.50
25 21.00-22.50

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 12 10 MHz
1
QPSK
24.00-25.50
25 23.00-24.50
50 23.00-24.50 1
16QAM
23.00-25.00
25 22.50-23.50
50 22.50-23.50
5 MHz
1
QPSK
24.00-25.50
12 23.00-24.50
25 23.00-24.50
1
16QAM
23.00-25.00
12 22.50-23.50
25 22.50-23.50
3 MHz
1
QPSK
24.00-25.50
8 23.00-24.50
15 23.00-24.50
1
16QAM
23.00-24.50
8 22.50-23.50
15 22.50-23.50
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
24.00-25.50
3 23.00-24.50
6 23.00-24.50
1
16QAM
23.00-24.50
3 22.50-23.50
6 22.50-23.50

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 13
10 MHz
1
QPSK
23.50-25.00
25 22.50-23.50
50 22.50-23.50
1
16QAM
22.50-24.00
25 21.50-22.50
50 21.50-22.50
5 MHz
1
QPSK
23.50-24.50
12 22.50-23.50
25 22.50-23.50
1
16QAM
22.50-24.00
12 21.50-22.50 25 21.50-22.50

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 14
10 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
25 21.50-22.80
50 21.50-22.80
1
16QAM
21.50-23.00
25 21.00-22.00
50 21.00-22.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
12 21.50-22.80
25 21.50-22.80
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
12 20.50-22.00
25 21.00-22.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 25
20 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-23.50
50 21.50-22.80
100 21.50-22.80
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
50 20.50-22.00
100 20.50-22.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-23.80
36 21.50-22.80
75 21.50-22.80
1
16QAM
21.00-23.50
36 20.50-22.00
75 20.50-22.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-23.80
25 21.50-22.80
50 21.50-22.80
1
16QAM
21.00-23.00
25 20.50-22.00 50 20.50-22.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
12 21.50-23.00
25 21.50-23.00
1
16QAM
22.50-23.50
12 21.00-22.00
25 21.00-22.00
3 MHz
1
QPSK
22.00-24.00
8 21.50-23.00
15 21.50-23.00
1
16QAM
21.50-23.00
8 21.00-22.00
15 21.00-22.00
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
22.00-23.50
3 22.00-23.00
6 21.50-22.50
1
16QAM
21.50-23.00
3 20.50-22.00
6 20.50-22.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 26
15 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.50
36 22.00-23.00
75 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
36 21.00-22.00
75 21.00-22.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
25 22.00-23.00
50 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
25 21.00-22.00
50 21.00-22.00
5 MHz 1 QPSK 22.50-24.00 12 21.50-23.00
25 21.50-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
12 21.00-22.00
25 21.00-22.00
3 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.00
8 22.00-23.00
15 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
21.50-23.50
8 21.00-22.00
15 21.00-22.00
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.00
3 22.00-23.00
6 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
21.50-23.00
3 21.00-22.00
6 21.00-22.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band41
20 MHz
1
QPSK
22.00-23.90
50 21.50-22.80
100 21.50-22.80
1
16QAM
22.00-23.00
50 21.00-22.00
100 21.00-22.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
22.00-24.00
36 21.50-23.00
75 21.50-23.00
1
16QAM
21.50-23.00
36 21.00-22.00
75 21.00-22.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-23.50
25 21.50-23.00 50 21.50-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.00
25 20.50-22.00
50 20.50-22.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
22.50-24.00
12 21.50-23.00
25 21.50-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.00
12 20.50-22.00
25 20.50-22.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band66
20 MHz
1
QPSK
21.50-25.00
50 21.00-22.50
100 21.00-22.50
1
16QAM
21.00-24.50
50 20.00-21.50
100 20.00-21.50
15 MHz
1
QPSK
21.50-24.00
36 21.00-22.00
75 21.00-22.00
1
16QAM
21.00-23.00
36 20.00-21.00
75 20.00-21.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
25 22.00-23.50
50 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-24.00
25 21.00-22.50
50 21.00-22.50
5 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
12 22.00-23.50
25 22.00-23.50
1 16QAM 22.00-24.00 12 21.00-22.50
25 21.00-22.50

3 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.50
8 22.00-23.00
15 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
8 21.00-22.50
15 21.00-22.50
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
23.00-24.00
3 22.00-23.00
6 22.00-23.00
1
16QAM
22.00-23.50
3 21.00-22.00
6 21.00-22.00

Normal Mode RF Power Range (WLAN/Bluetooth)
Band (GHz) Mode Range(dBm)
WIFI 2.4G
(2.4~2.4835)
802.11b 12.00-13.50
802.11g 11.50-12.50
802.11n(HT20) 11.50-13.00
802.11n(HT40) 10.50-12.50

Band (GHz) Mode Range(dBm)
WIFI 5.2 G
(5.15~5.25)
802.11a 10.50-11.30
802.11n(HT20) 10.50-11.50
802.11ac(VHT20) 10.50-11.30
802.11n(HT40) 9.50-10.00
802.11ac(VHT40) 10.00-11.00
802.11ac(VHT80) 9.00-10.20
WIFI 5.8G
(5.725~5.850)
802.11a 10.50-11.50
802.11n(HT20) 9.50-10.50
802.11ac(VHT20) 11.00-12.50
802.11n(HT40) 8.00-9.00
802.11ac(VHT40) 10.00-11.50
802.11ac(VHT80) 10.00-10.50 Band (GHz) Mode Range(dBm)
Bluetooth
(2.4~2.4835)
GFSK 8.00-10.00
π/4-DQPSK 8.00-10.00
8-DPSK 8.00-10.00
BLE (-1.50)-0.50

Power Reduction Mode RF Power Range (GSM,WCDMA)
Mode Range(dBm)
GPRS1900(1 Slot) 21.50-22.50
GPRS1900(2 Slots) 21.50-22.50
GPRS1900(3 Slots) 21.50-22.50
GPRS1900(4 Slots) 21.00-22.00
EGPRS (8PSK, 1-Slot) 18.00-19.00
EGPRS (8PSK, 2-Slots) 18.00-19.00
EGPRS (8PSK, 3-Slots) 17.50-19.00
EGPRS (8PSK, 4-Slots) 18.00-19.00
WCDMA Band 2 RMC 16.00-17.00
WCDMA Band 2 HSDPA 14.00-16.00
WCDMA Band 2 HSUPA 13.00-15.50
WCDMA Band 4 RMC 16.00-17.50
WCDMA Band 4 HSDPA 15.00-16.00
WCDMA Band 4 HSUPA 13.50-16.00 Power Reduction Mode RF Power Range (LTE)
Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 2
20 MHz
1
QPSK
15.00-17.50
50 15.50-17.00
100 15.50-17.00
1
16QAM
16.00-17.50
50 16.00-17.00
100 15.50-17.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
15.50-17.00
36 15.50-17.00
75 15.00-17.00
1
16QAM
15.00-17.50
36 15.50-17.00
75 15.00-17.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
15.50-17.00
25 15.50-17.00
50 15.50-17.00
1
16QAM
15.00-17.50
25 15.50-17.00
50 15.50-17.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
15.50-16.50
12
15.50-16.50
25
15.50-16.50
1
16QAM
15.50-17.00
12 15.50-17.00
25 15.50-17.00

3 MHz
1
QPSK
15.50-16.50
8 15.50-16.50
15 15.50-16.50
1
16QAM
15.50-17.00
8 15.50-16.50
15 15.50-16.50
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
15.50-16.50
3 15.50-16.50 6 15.50-16.50
1
16QAM
15.50-17.00
3 15.50-17.00
6 15.50-17.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 4
20 MHz
1
QPSK
16.00-17.50
50 16.00-17.20
100 16.00-17.00
1
16QAM
16.50-17.50
50 16.00-17.00
100 16.00-17.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
16.00-17.50
36 16.00-17.00
75 16.00-17.00
1
16QAM
16.00-17.50
36 16.00-17.00
75 16.00-17.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
16.00-17.50
25 16.00-17.00
50 16.00-17.00
1
16QAM
16.00-17.50
25 16.00-17.00
50 16.00-17.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
16.00-17.00
12 16.00-17.00
25 16.00-17.00
1
16QAM
16.00-17.20
12 16.00-17.00
25 16.00-17.00
3 MHz
1
QPSK
16.00-17.00
8 16.00-17.00
15 16.00-17.00
1 16QAM 16.00-17.20 8 16.00-17.00
15 16.00-17.00
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
16.00-17.00
3 16.00-17.00
6 16.00-17.00
1
16QAM
16.00-17.20
3 16.00-17.00
6 16.00-17.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band7
20 MHz
1
QPSK
19.00-20.00
50 19.00-19.80
100 19.00-20.00
1
16QAM
19.00-20.50
50 19.00-20.00
100 19.00-20.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
19.00-20.00
36 19.00-20.00
75 19.00-20.00
1
16QAM
18.50-20.00
36 19.00-20.00
75 19.00-20.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
18.50-19.50
25 18.50-19.50
50 18.50-19.00
1
16QAM
18.00-19.50
25 18.00-19.50
50 18.00-19.50
5 MHz
1
QPSK
18.00-19.00
12 18.00-19.00
25 18.00-19.00
1
16QAM
18.50-19.50
12 18.00-19.00 25 18.00-19.00

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band 25
20 MHz
1
QPSK
16.00-18.00
50 16.50-18.00
100 16.00-17.50
1
16QAM
17.00-18.00
50 16.50-18.00
100 16.50-17.50
15 MHz
1
QPSK
16.00-17.50
36 16.00-17.50
75 16.00-17.50
1
16QAM
16.50-18.00
36 16.50-17.50
75 16.50-17.50
10 MHz
1
QPSK
16.50-18.00
25 16.50-17.50
50 16.50-17.50
1
16QAM
16.50-18.00
25 16.50-17.50
50 16.50-17.50
5 MHz
1
QPSK
16.50-17.50
12 16.50-17.50
25 16.50-17.50
1
16QAM
16.50-18.00
12 16.50-17.50
25 16.50-17.50
3 MHz
1
QPSK
16.50-17.50
8 16.50-17.50
15 16.50-17.50
1
16QAM
16.50-17.50
8 16.50-17.50
15 16.50-17.50
1.4 MHz 1 QPSK 16.50-17.50 3 16.50-17.50
6 16.50-17.50
1
16QAM
16.50-17.50
3 16.50-17.50
6 16.50-17.50

Mode Bandwidth RB Modulation Range(dBm)
LTE Band66
20 MHz
1
QPSK
15.50-18.50
50 16.00-17.50
100 16.00-17.00
1
16QAM
16.00-19.00
50 16.00-17.00
100 16.00-17.00
15 MHz
1
QPSK
15.50-17.50
36 15.50-17.00
75 16.00-17.00
1
16QAM
15.50-18.00
36 15.50-17.00
75 16.00-17.00
10 MHz
1
QPSK
17.00-18.50
25 17.00-18.00
50 17.00-18.00
1
16QAM
17.50-18.80
25 17.00-18.00
50 17.00-18.00
5 MHz
1
QPSK
17.00-18.00
12 17.00-18.00
25 17.00-18.00
1
16QAM
17.00-19.00
12 17.00-18.00
25 17.00-18.00

3 MHz
1
QPSK
17.00-18.00
8 17.00-18.00

15 17.00-18.00
1
16QAM
17.00-18.50
8 17.00-18.00
15 17.00-18.00
1.4 MHz
1
QPSK
17.00-18.00
3 17.00-18.00
6 17.00-18.00
1
16QAM
17.00-18.00
3 17.00-18.00
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