FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FCDNB ENGINEERING, INC.A2LA # 0844-1CERTIFICATIONFORINTENTIONAL RADIATORELA #116PerPart 15 Subpart C(CFR 47, 15.203, 15.231)EUT: TransmitterModel No. KF-100PREPARED FOR APPLICANT:LO JACK CORPORATION333 Elm StreetDedham, MA 02026REPORT #16005-1FCTest Date: Aug. 17-18, 2000Prepared By:DNB ENGINEERING, INC.1100 East Chalk Creek Rd.Coalville, Utah 84017Tel: (435) 336-44331

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FCRevisionLetterANumberof Pages28Page No.of Rev.DescriptionDocument Release2Date11/6/00

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FCTRANSMITTAL SUMMARYUnit tested:Model #:FCC ID:Specifications:Purpose of Report:Requirements notapplicable to EUTTest SummaryKF-100IDIKF100ANSI C63.4 1992 and CFR 47 FCC part 15 Subpart CThis report was prepared to document the status of the EUTwith requirements of the standards listed above.Part 15.37 - Not applicableEmergency Broadcast System - Not applicableSpread Spectrum Exhibit - Not applicableScanning Receiver - Not applicableThe EUT’s compliance status according to the testsperformed is as follows.3

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FCCERTIFICATION OF TEST DATA - per 2.911(d)This report, containing emissions test data and evaluations, has been prepared by anindependent electromagnetic compatibility laboratory, DNB ENGINEERING Inc., inaccordance with the applicable specifications and instructions required per theIntroduction. DNB Engineering Inc. has been evaluated to do these tests by the AmericanAssociation for Laboratory Accreditation, A2LA.The data evaluation and equipment configuration presented herein are a true and accuraterepresentation of the measurements of the test emissions characteristics as of the datesand at the times of the test under the conditions herein specified.Equipment Tested:Model #:FCC ID#:Dates of Test:KF-100IDIKF100Aug. 17-18, 2000Test Performed:Clay AllredTest EngineerDateTest Report Reviewed:Jeff WilliamsDocumentation Supervisor4Date

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FCTABLE OF CONTENTS1.INTRODUCTION . 61.1 ADMINISTRATIVE DATA PER 2.1033(A) AND 2.911(C) . 61.1.1 REQUEST FOR CERTIFICATION Per 2.1033(b)1: . 61.2 RELATED SUBMITTALS/GRANTS . 61.3 PURPOSE OF TESTS. 62.TEST DESCRIPTION. 72.1 TEST CONFIGURATION . 72.2 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION. 72.2.1 Mode of Operation. 72.3 ANTENNA REQUIREMENT - PER 15.203. 72.4 CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION - PER 2.1033(B)4. 72.5 SCHEMATICS . 82.6 PHOTOGRAPH OF EUT - PER 2.1033(B)(7) . 92.7 PHOTOGRAPH OF EUT - PER 2.1033(B)(7) . 103.EMISSIONS FCC PART 15 . 113.1 RADIATED EMISSIONS TEST SETUP AND PROCEDURE - PER 2.1033(B)(6) PER 2.947(A) . 113.1.1 Spurious Radiation Test Site Per 2.1033(b)6. 113.1.2 Example Of Typical Calculation Per 2.1033(b)6. 133.1.3 Field Strength of Intentional Radiator Inside of Band . 143.1.4 Emissions Radiated Outside of Band . 153.1.5 Occupied Bandwidth. 153.1.6 Occuipied Badnwidth Plot . 163.1.7 Photograph of Radiated Test Setup - per 2.1033(b)(7) . 184.LABELING REQUIREMENTS - PER 2.1033(B)(7). 194.1 ADDITIONAL LABEL REQUIRED . 194.2 PHOTOGRAPH OF LABEL PLACEMENT AND CONTENTS. 195.SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS. 206.OWNERS MANUAL. 217.APPENDIX SECTION. PPENDIXA:B:C:D:E:TEST DATA . 23UNCERTAINTY TOLERANCE. 25TEST SITE CERTIFICATION, CHALK CREEK EMI SITE - PER 2.948(A) . 26EMC INSTRUMENTATION. 27INFORMATION SUPPLIED TO APPLICANT. 285

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC1. INTRODUCTION1.1 Administrative Data Per 2.1033(a) and 2.911(c)1.1.1 Request for certification Per 2.1033(b)1:Applicant:LO JACK CORPORATION333 ELM STREET SUITE 200DEDHAM, MA 02026Contact: ROD DeMILLEPhone: 781-326-4700Dates of Test: Aug. 17-18, 2000Equipment Under Test (EUT): KF-100FCC ID: IDIKF1001.2 Related Submittals/GrantsAll Peripherals possess grants.1.3 Purpose of TestsThe purpose of this series of tests was to demonstrate the ElectromagneticCompatibility (EMC) characteristics of the EUT. The following tests wereperformed:REQUIREMENTSFCC part 15 Subpart Cper 15.203 and 15.231STATUSCOMPLIANT6

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC2. TEST DESCRIPTION2.1 Test ConfigurationConfigurationAUnit Name - Processor,Monitor, Printer, Cable, etc.(indent for features of a unit)KF-100Style/Model/Part No.SerialNumberObj. oftestVACComments/FCC ID#!! - Specific device(s) for which this test is being conducted.2.2 Equipment DescriptionThe KF-100 Key Fob is manufactured to be carried with the vehicle keys. A 3.6 volt lithiumbattery should be replaced in the FOB every eighteen months to assure maximum rangeand avoid the MS-100 from inadvertent triggering. The Key Fob emits an RF output every75 seconds.2.2.1 Mode of OperationLithium battery inserted into the KF-100.2.3 Antenna Requirement - per 15.203The antenna is – Internally Fixed.2.4 Circuit Description - per 2.1033(b)4The Key Fob emits an RF Output every 75 seconds and when the signal is received bymotion sensor the circuit is inactivated.7

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC2.5 Schematics8

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC2.6 Photograph of EUT - per 2.1033(b)(7)9

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC2.7 Photograph of EUT - per 2.1033(b)(7)10

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC3. EMISSIONS FCC PART 153.1 Radiated Emissions Test Setup and Procedure - Per 2.1033(b)(6)Per 2.947(a)The EUT was placed on a wooden table 1 meter wide and 1.5 meters long whichrests on a flush mounted, steel-top turntable on the open area test site as shown inSection The top of the table is 80 cm above the ground plane. Theturntable can be rotated 360 degrees. Measuring antenna is set at theprescribed distance. Measurements are made with broadband antennas thathave been correlated with tuned dipole antennas. The mast is 4.5 meters highand is self-supporting. The height of the antenna can be varied from 1 to 4 meters.Positioning of the antenna is controlled remotely.3.1.1 Spurious Radiation Test Site Per 2.1033(b)6Ground Plane11

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FCRadiated Test Setup and Procedure - cont’dThe EUT is put into the operational test mode as stated in Section 2.2.1 is thenstarted.The spectrum analyzer is setup to store the peak emission over the frequencyrange of the antenna. Peak EUT and ambient emissions are stored while the0turntable is rotated 360 . The Peak spectrum analyzer trace is then plotted withthe addition of antenna and cable correction factors. The limit is plotted on thesame graph. A receiver with CISPR Quasi Peak detector is then used on thefrequencies identified as the highest with respect to the plotted limit. Ambientsare noted on the graph along with EUT emissions. The highest emissions aremaximized.To maximize emissions levels, the turntable is rotated and the antenna is raisedand lowered to determine the point of maximum emanations. The cables arethen manipulated at that point to maximize emissions. Measurements aremade with the antennas in each horizontal and vertical polarization. The dataobtained from these tests is corrected with the proper cable, preamplifier andantenna factors. The results are then transcribed onto tables that show themaximum emission levels. The highest emissions are listed in a RadiatedEmissions Summary table.If no emissions can be found, the lowest harmonics of the EUT clocks withinthe bands of the standard are tuned into with the receiver. If no emissions arefound, the noise floor will be entered to the table and noted. A minimum of sixfrequencies will be logged. Summary results will reflect only actual emissionsfrom the EUT.The field intensity measurements are made using standard techniques with aspectrum analyzer or EMI receiver as the calibrated Field Intensity Meter (FIM).Preamplifiers and filters are used when required.When using the Hewlett Packard Model 8568B Spectrum Analyzer as the FIM, theAnalyzer is calibrated to read signal level in dBm. Where:0 dBm (50 ohms) 107 dBuV (50 ohms)The signal level (dBuV) indicated signal level (dBm) 107 dB. To obtain thesignal level in dBuV/m it is necessary to add the antenna factor in dB.12

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC3.1.2 Example Of Typical Calculation Per 2.1033(b)6Measurement Distance 3 MeterRohde and Schwarz reading @ 60 MHz49.0 dBuVAntenna Factor 7.5 dBuVCable Loss 2.0 dBuVPreamplifier-25.5 dBuV-16.0 dBuVField Strength dBuV/m at 3 Meter -16.0 dBuV33.0 dBuVThe Following FCC limits for acceptance were used:Limit 902 to 928 MHz (At the Carrier Frequency):50,000 µV/M 20 log (50,000) dBµV/M 94.0 dBµV/M @ 3 MetersLimit 88 to 216 MHz (Not at the Carrier Frequency):150 µV/M 20 log (150) dBµV/M 43.5 dBµV/M @ 3 MetersLimit 30 to 88 MHz:100 µV/M 20 log (100) dBµV/M 40.0 dBµV/M @ 3 MetersLimit 960 MHz:500µV/M 20 log (500) dBµV/M 54.0 dBµV/M @ 3 Meters13

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC3.1.3 Field Strength of Intentional Radiator Inside of Bandper FCC part 15, Subpart C (15.249 (a)) at 3 metersThe EUT was compliant with CFR 47, 15.231 (a) field strength of intentionalradiator.LO JACKTransmitter Field StrengthEUT: KF-100CorrectedFrequency uV/m)81.981.9 Frequencies relative to the Limit. Reference Appendix A for all data taken.14Delta(dB)-16.3-34.8

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC3.1.4 Emissions Radiated Outside of BandPer FCC part 15, Subpart C (15.203 and 15.231 (c)) at 3 metersThe EUT was compliant with CFR 47, 15.231 (c) radiated emissions requirements.Measurements of radiated emission data were taken at 433 MHzTable 3.1.5(1)LO JACKFreq.Meas'd(MHz) (dBuV)867.86 59.8867.85 68.41302.00 49.01736.00 46.22170.00 50.72603.00 T: KF-10050%Cable Antenna DutyFactors Factors Cycle(dB)(dB) 8.9- CorrectedFactorssignalLimit(dB)(dBuV/m) 35.653.041.8-1.753.0-0.441.853.0 Six highest frequencies relative to the Limit. Reference Appendix A for all data taken.3.1.5 Occupied BandwidthThe occupied bandwidth at the transceiver’s fundamental frequency output was measuredusing a HP 8568B spectrum analyzer. The spectrum analyzer was adjusted as follows:Frequency: 433.9 MHzInput Attenuation: 10. dBScan Width: .1.00 kHz/divVertical Scale: 10 dB/divResolution Bandwidth: 100 kHzReference Level: 100 dBuVDetector: PeakMax Hold Multiple Sweeps15Delta(dB)-16.9-8.3-16.9-17.4-11.2

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC3.1.6 Occupied Bandwidth Plot16

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FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC3.1.7 Photograph of Radiated Test Setup - per 2.1033(b)(7)18

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC4. LABELING REQUIREMENTS - PER 2.1033(B)(7)Label will be constructed of 0.02 inch plastic attached as shown on the equipment withpermanent adhesive.All information on the label will be etched or screened. All methods will exceed theexpected lifetime of the equipment.The label will be large enough to allow all information to be readily legible.4.1 Additional Label RequiredThis device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subjectto the following tow conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmfulinterference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received,including interference that may cause undesired operation.Shown above is a copy of the label with the Part 15.19 Compliance Statement, Location ofrequired information is checked “below”.The label will be placed in a conspicuous location on the device.The device is too small for a compliance label. Therefore the label will be placed in aprominent location in the Instruction Manual or other information supplied to the user.The device is too small for a compliance label. The label will be placed on thecontainer in which the device will be marketed.4.2 Label Placement and ContentsSee Owners ManualLO JACK CORPORATIONFCC ID: IDIKF10019


FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC6. OWNERS MANUALPdf. File. See attachment that was electronically submitted21



FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC1.0 GHz to 10.0 GHz EmissionsUsing an HP8566B with the Quasi-peak detector bypassed, an HP low noise preamplifier,and a high frequency antenna, signals between 1.0 GHz and 10 GHz were analyzed. TheSpectrum Analyzer settings were as follows:Start Frequency. 1.00 GHzStop Frequency. 10.0 GHzResolution Bandwidth . 1 MHzVideo Bandwidth . 3 MHzSweep Time . 20 msecReference . 0.0 dBmRF Attenuation . 10 dBThere we no signals measured between 1.0 GHz and 10.0 GHz down to the Spectrumanalyzer’s noise floor. The following data were measured at the highest level of theanalyzer’s noise floor:24

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC7.2 APPENDIX B: UNCERTAINTY TOLERANCEDNB Engineering’s Inc. Utah Facility is within acceptable uncertainty tolerances per ANSIC63.4 (1992) sections and as well as CISPR 16-1(1993) Annex M, sectionM.2.ANSI C63.4 (1992) Site Attenuation. A measurement site shall be considered acceptable forradiated electromagnetic field measurements if the horizontal and vertical NSA derivedfrom measurements, i.e., the “measured NSA,” are within 4 dB of the theoretical NSA( for an ideal site. NSA Tolerance. The 4 dB tolerance in includes instrumentationcalibration errors, measurement technique errors, and errors due to site anomalies.These errors are analyzed in ANSI C63.6-1988 [3], wherein it is shown that theperformance of a well-built site contributes only 1 dB of the total allowable tolerance.CISPR 16-1 (1993)M.2 Error analysis. . . The total estimated errors are the basis for the 4 dB site acceptability criterionconsisting of approximately 3 dB measurement uncertainty and an additional allowable1 dB for site imperfections.25

FCC ID: IDIKF100DATE: AUG. 17, 2000REPORT #16005-1FC7.3APPENDIX C: TEST SITE CERTIFICATION, CHALK CREEK EMISITE - per 2.948(a)The DNB Engineering Inc. test facility is located in Chalk Creek Canyon near Coalville, Utah. Sitecharacteristics were measured according to the procedures outlined in ANSI C63.4 (1992)“Characteristics of Open Field Test Site”. The results of these characterizations indicate that theChalk Creek site is an outstanding facility to perform accurate and repeatable EMI tests.This facility has been FCC approved to perform class B certification testing since January, 1986.According to the FCC requirement to re-apply every three years, the facility was rectified.Certification was granted for the 3, 10, and 30 meter positions for both ranges. Facility approvalwas granted by the FCC Feb 2, 2003 under file number Registration number 90532.In August of 1999, The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation, A2LA, grantedaccreditation to this facility. Standards for which accreditation were granted:RF Emissions: ANSI C63.4 - 1992, FCC Part 15 subpart B and C, FCC Part 18CISPR 11, CISPR 13, CISPR 14, CISPR 22, EN 55011, EN 55013, EN 55014, EN 55022, EN60601-1-2, EN 50081-1, EN 50081-2, IEC 601-1-2; RF Immunity: EN 50082-1, EN 50082-2,Radiated Susceptibility: EN 61000-4-3, ENV 50140, ENV 50204, IEC 1000-4-3, IEC 801-3, ESD:EN 61000-4-2, IEC 1000-4-2, IEC 801-2, EFT: EN 61000-4-4, IEC 1000-4-4, IEC 801-4, Surge:EN 61000-4-5, ENV 50142, IEC 1000-4-5, IEC 801-5, Injected RF Immunity: EN 61000-4-6, ENV50141, IEC 1000-4-6, IEC 801-6 Magnetic EN 61000-4-8, Power Quality EN 61000-4-11,Harmonic EN 61000-3-2, Flicker EN 61000-3-3, Electric Strength Testing EN60065(A1,A2,A3,),EN 61010-1, EN 60601-1-1, EN 60065, IEC 950, (Hi Pot) IEC 1010, IEC 601-1,IEC 65, IEC 335XX, Leakage EN 60950, EN 60601-1-1, Temperature Rise, Electric StrengthTesting EN 60065(A1,A2,A3,),EN 61010-1, EN 60601-1-1, EN 60065, IEC 950, IEC 1010, IEC601-1, IEC 65, IEC 335XX, Ground Bonding EN 61010-1, EN 60950, (A1,A2,A3,),EN 60601-1-1,EN 60065, IEC 1010, IEC 950, IEC 601-1, IEC 65, IEC 335XX, Humidity Conditioning EN 610101, EN 60950, (A1,A2,A3,),EN 60601-1-1, EN 60065, IEC 1010, IEC 950, IEC 601-1, IEC 65, IEC335XX, Surges to Antenna or Mains EN 60065, IEC 65In September 1994 the National Certified Testing/Competent/ Notified Body for Norway andScandinavian Countries (NEMKO) approved this test facility. DNB now offers the testing requiredfor the CE Mark. NEMKO EMC Laboratory Authorization No.: ELA 131. Standards for whichaccreditation was granted: RF Emission: EN 55011, EN 55022, EN 50081-1, EN 50081-2; RFI