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A  Estimation of measurement uncertaintyPDF-p. 44
A.1  Mismatch uncertainty between measurement receiver and the probe antennaPDF-p. 50
A.2  Mismatch uncertainty of the RF relayPDF-p. 53
A.3  Insertion loss of the probe antenna cable
A.4  Insertion loss of the probe antenna attenuator (if used)
A.5  Insertion loss of the RF relays (if used)PDF-p. 56
A.6  Influence of the antenna cable
A.7  Absolute gain of the probe antenna
A.8  Measurement receiver: uncertainty of absolute level
A.9  Measurement distanceUp
A.10  Quality of quiet zone
A.11  Tx-power drift of DUTPDF-p. 58
A.12  Uncertainty related to the use of phantoms
A.13  Coarse sampling grid
A.14  Random uncertaintyPDF-p. 61
A.15  Uncertainty of network analyzerPDF-p. 62
A.16  Uncertainty of the gain/efficiency of the calibration antenna
A.17  Base station simulator: uncertainty of the absolute level
A.18  BER measurement: output level step resolution
A.19  Statistical uncertainty of the BER measurementPDF-p. 63
A.20  BER data rate normalization uncertainty
A.21  DUT sensitivity drift
A.22  Cable loss measurement uncertaintyUp
A.23  Signal generator: uncertainty of the absolute output levelPDF-p. 64
A.24  Signal generator: output level stability
A.25  Insertion loss: calibration antenna feed cable
A.26  Insertion loss: calibration antenna attenuator (if used)
A.27  Chamber Statistical Ripple and RepeatabilityPDF-p. 65
A.28  Additional Power Loss in EUT Chassis
A.29Void

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