This standard includes calibration methods for electromagnetic field sensors and probes, excluding antennas per se, for the frequency range from 9 kHz to 40 GHz. The standard defines the characteristics, use and measurement uncertainties for electromagnetic field sensors and field probes. Areas described include: anisotropy effects, temperature effects, probe linearity effects, modulation effects, source and conductor proximity (near-field) effects, response in multi-frequency fields, partial- vs. full-immersion of probe/meter, non-purity and harmonic field effects caused by amplifiers. Specific instructions are provided for proper calibration of probes for different applications.
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