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The user videos provides a first introduction to the wide range of features implemented in cDASY6.

DASY6 Videos and Tutorials

Forward Transform Evaluator (FTE) Software Package in cDASY6 Module mmWave V2.0 (User Video)

The FTE (Forward Transform Evaluator) Option that is integrated into cDASY6 Module mmWave V2.0 is a major breakthrough in power density (PD) compliance testing at mmWave frequencies. With the advanced methods and algorithms of this new software package, the PD distribution can be evaluated on any complex surface located in the half space above the measurement plane. Time savings are large since multiple exposure conditions are evaluated from a single set of measurements. This video demonstrates the value of the FTE Option in cDASY6 Module mmWave V2.0 using the example of a phase-array antenna.

Maximum Exposure Optimizer (MEO) Software Package in cDASY6 Module mmWave V2.0 (User Video)

The MEO (Maximum Exposure Optimizer) Option featured in cDASY6 Module mmWave V2.0 is a unique tool for the assessment of the maximum exposure of MIMO (phased array) antennas on any arbitrary surface from a minimal set of measurements. This user video demonstrates the benefits of this option using an mmWave antenna with eight elements. By using beam-steering techniques, the antenna’s directivity can be set from -60° to +60°. Coupled with the Forward Transform Evaluator (FTE) Option, the MEO Option computes the maximum averaged power density for the four test positions at the mmWave SAM head (Left / Right Head, Tilt / Cheek) and at any test distances from the ELI phantom from a set of planar measurements.

Specific Ankle Phantom for Dosimetric Evaluations (cDASY6 V6.8+) (User Video)

SPEAG’s new specific Ankle Phantom is used for specific absorption rate compliance testing of devices operating on the lower leg or ankle of the human body. This user video demonstrates how the phantom is installed in cDASY6 V6.8, and compliance is demonstrated for ankle-mounted devices, e.g., tracking devices. The Ankle Phantom complements SPEAG’s library of specific phantoms that meet the IEC/IEEE 62209-1528 standard.

Linearization Verification with MAIA (cDASY6 V6.8+) (User Video)

SPEAG’s MAIA is a hardware interface to evaluate the modulation and audio interference characteristics of radiofrequency signals in the frequency range from 698 MHz – 6 GHz. Here we demonstrate how MAIA is used to verify that the probe linearization parameters are valid for the uplink signal being measured. The step-by-step setup up of the MAIA is shown first. Then, the interpretation of the verification results is discussed. This device provides confidence to the end-user and regulators that the provided linearization uncertainty is valid.

Power Compliance Testing with mMWave Module (User Video)

Power density compliance testing has never been easier: SPEAG’s latest software release, Version 1.2 of our mmWave Module, is yet another step forward in our drive to provide you with even more automated and more versatile tools for analysis and assessment of compliance at frequencies above 10 GHz!

Base Station Antenna Testing (User Video)

The safety distance of base station antennas can now be determined in the adult and child phantoms according to the IEC 62232 standard thanks to the “Fast Volume Scan”, a new feature which is available to DASY customers with SPEAG’s latest software release cDASY6.6. The Fast Volume Scan not only allows to effectively and precisely determine the peak spatial specific absorption rate (SAR), but also to accurately assess whole-body average SAR values.

Testing of a Smart Watch with cDASY6.6 (User Video)

The latest software release V6.6 for our advanced Dosimetric Assessment SYstem Generation 6 (DASY6) is now ready for compliance testing of any IoT (Internet of Things) device. In this example, a user demonstrates step by step how easy it is to evaluate a smart watch with cDASY6.6. Measurements are not only much faster but also more accurate, with excellent interlaboratory reproducibility.

Usage of Specific Phantoms (User Video)

The video demonstrates the new features of software V6.4, which integrates four specific phantoms (Twin-SAM Chin-20, Face-Down, Head-Stand, and Generic Wrist Phantoms) of IEC62209-U. It also allows the integration of any other custom-made phantoms, making DASY6 capable to test the compliance of any wireless device with current safety regulations.

Time-Averaged Power Control SAR Testing (User Video)

A new feature of SPEAG’s cDASY6 offers a simple way to demonstrate compliance of wireless devices which include chipsets that control the time-averaged transmitted power over user-defined time intervals (e.g., any 360 seconds as defined by ICNIRP1). Such devices can transmit at very high data rate over several tens of seconds, therefore making mobile apps requiring large data transfer much more responsive. This video demonstrates step-by-step how the maximum specific absorption rate (SAR) averaged over any time interval is measured accurately without any additional uncertainty for any wireless device using the latest DASY software V6.4.

Testing Automatization with cDASY6 (User Video)

In this video, a user demonstrates how easy it is to setup a multiband measurement campaign in DASY6, how fast the scan is performed and how the automatic handover between frequency bands takes place without a single user interaction (shown are GSM900, LTE2500, and UMTS1950).

DASY6 MotherScan (User Video)

The tutorial video demonstrates how the MotherScan is performed in DASY6 - from importing the phantom type and serial number into the software, to phantom teaching procedure and file storage. It also includes other tips and tricks. An accurate MotherScan, i.e., the recording of the exact location of the phantom surface, is key for substantially reducing measurement time and increasing robustness.

New Dedicated Cal Lab for cSAR3D (SPEAG Video)

The video shows our dedicated cSAR3D ISO1702 calibration facility «Ally Pally». It contains four automated robot-based calibration stations plus a DASY test system in a fully shielded, self-contained environment. The new laboratory complements SPEAG’s already well-established calibration service center for the DASY systems.

Customer's Promotion Videos

cDASY6 Demo at UL UK

Watch cDASY6 in action at UL UK! The video, which was orignally broadcast on BBC1 South, shows great features like the new Fast Area Scan.

DASY52 Demo at Vertokan

DASY52 demonstrated at Vertokan Lab

SAR Evaluations from Northwest EMC

Northwest EMC SAR testing capabilities with DASY5 are shown in this video

SAR Measurements at EMC Technologies

Ever wondered how they test mobile phones for radiation and impact upon the human body? SAR measurements explained by Dave from EMC Technologies.

DASY4 Demo at Emitech

DASY4 demo at Emitech Lab