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2717 - Passive Intermodulation Test Methods for Wireless Systems in Low Noise Environments

The test approaches defined in this standard are intended to quantify the interference of passive intermodulation (PIM) from handheld devices, base stations and satellite earth stations. Current PIM noise tests for communication components/devices/antennas/systems do not work well at extremely low PIM levels or high transmission power levels, for example where PIM noise falls below -150dBc.
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