Ericsson Street Macro 6701-B261
Link to 2019-0919 FCC EMF Test Report
The main features of the Streetmacro 6701 are the following:
- Vertical and horizontal analog beamforming
- +/- 60 degrees in azimuth and
- +/- 15 degrees elevation
- Supports two beams in config mode 2
- Supports four beams in config mode 1
- Power supply: 100–250 V AC
- Fan cooling
|Frequency||B261 (27,500–28,350 MHz)|
|Number of carriers||Config mode 2: Up to 8|
Config mode 1: Up to 16
|Operating bandwidth||Config mode 2: 800 MHz|
Config mode 1: 1600 MHz
|Component carrier bandwidth||50MHz, 100 MHz|
|EIRP||Config mode 2: 53 dBm per RF beam in boresight 56 dBm per radio|
Config mode 1: 47 dBm per RF beam in boresight , 53 dBm per radio
Frequency range = 27,500–28,350 MHz
RF Microwave Radiation
out-of-compliance area = a box the size of
about 5 full-size refrigerators!
Based on this 28 cubic ft refrigerator
|1.8 m||2.1 m||1.0 m||3.8 cubic m|
|5.9 ft||6.9 ft||3.3 ft||134.4 cubic ft|
Per this calculator, 56dBm = 398 Watts/Beam x 2 Beams = 796,000,000 µWatts
This is 80x-200x higher than the FCC’s RF Microwave radiation limit of 4,000,000 to 10,000,000 µWatts/m²
The Ericsson Street Macro 6701 B261 has been tested using methods and procedures specified in FCC OET Bulletin 65  and IEC 62232:2017 . The results in Section 5 show the compliance boundary dimensions for the considered configuration of the product. Outside of these compliance boundaries, the RF exposure is below the limits specified in .
-  FCC, Code of Federal Regulations CFR title 47, part 1.1310 “Radiofrequency radiation exposure limits”, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), August 1997.
-  GFTE-16:001718 Uen, “Ericsson RF exposure calculation procedure for base stations”.
-  FCC, “Evaluating compliance with FCC guidelines for human exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. OET Bulletin 65. Edition 97-01.” Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Office of Engineering and Technology, August 1997.
-  IEC 62232:2017, Determination of RF field strength, power density and SAR in the vicinity of radiocommunication base stations for the purpose of evaluating human exposure, June 2017.
-  Ericsson, LME-12:001904 Uen, “Exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields”.