i. A complete test report for a client device without radar detection as described in Section 8 (DFS Test Report Guidelines) in the DFS Order (FCC 06-96) (see also KDB Publication 905462)
· Special case for IEEE 802.11ac clients operating with 80 MHz BW modes: Client devices with 80 MHz BW mode can be tested with an approved master operating in 40 MHz BW mode. Test procedures for client devices s with 80 + 80 MHz and 160 MHz BW modes must be approved using permit-but-ask (PBA) procedures (KDB Publication 388624). This is an interim solution until a few IEEE 802.11ac master devices with the various BW modes are approved.
ii. A test report attachment for the client operating in an associated mode as discussed in (a) above that includes documentation for the following:
a. Test results demonstrating an associated client link is established with the master on a test frequency; if a client device operates in a ?listen only? mode to a master without formally ?associating? with it the test report must include tests for such modes;
b. The devices must be tested with a master device operating in the same band and operation modes.
c. If two client devices can communicate directly with each other while maintaining an association with a master or if the client operates on a frequency band while ?listening? to a master, such modes must be tested with the master device active.
d. The client and DFS-certified master device are associated, and a movie can be streamed as specified in the DFS Order for a non-occupancy period test
e. The test frequency has been monitored to ensure no transmission of any type has occurred for 30 minutes. Note: If the client moves with the master, the device is considered compliant if nothing appears in the client non-occupancy period test. For devices that shut down (rather than moving channels), no beacons should appear.
f. An analyzer plot that contains a single 30-minute sweep on the original channel
iii. A complete User?s Manual and/or Professional Installers Manual. If the manual is not complete, upload an initial manual and later an updated User?s Manual exhibit.
iv. A Statement of Conformity for the Client in Non-Associated mode is required. The Form 731 application must include a Cover Letter Attachment stating that the client software and associated drivers will not initiate any transmission on DFS frequencies without initiation by a master. This includes restriction on transmissions for beacons and support for ad-hoc peer-to- peer modes.
v. A channel/frequency plan for the device showing the channels that have active scanning or passive scanning. Active scanning is where the device can transmit a probe (beacon) and passive scanning is where the device can listen only without probes.
vi. For client devices that have software configuration control to operate in different modes (active scanning in some and passive scanning in others) or in different bands (devices with multiple equipment classes or those that operate on non-DFS frequencies), or modular devices that configure the modes of operations through software; the applicant must provide in the equipment authorization application a software and operations description that discuss how the software and / or hardware is implemented to ensure that proper operations modes cannot be modified by an end user or an installer. Also, include an attestation that the device complies with the requirements for software configuration control as discussed in KDB # 594280.