Superseded Standard

IEEE 1302-2008

IEEE Guide for the Electromagnetic Characterization of Conductive Gaskets in the Frequency Range of DC to 18 GHz

The scope of the proposed project is to provide manufacturers of gaskets and designers of electronic systems appropriate methods for the characterization of gaskets. It will guide the user in the selection of the appropriate test method in order to determine the level of shielding provided in the intended application.

Sponsor Committee
EMC/SDCom - Standards Development Committee
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Status
Superseded Standard
PAR Approval
2001-06-14
Superseded by
1302-2019
Superseding
1302-1998
Board Approval
2008-11-10
History
ANSI Approved:
2009-03-09
Published:
2009-02-09

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society
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Sponsor Committee
EMC/SDCom - Standards Development Committee
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Working Group
WG1302 - Working Group for Electromagnetic Characterization of Conductive Gaskets
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IEEE Program Manager
Jennifer Santulli
Contact
Working Group Chair
Johan A Catrysse
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1302-2019

IEEE Guide for the Electromagnetic Characterization of Conductive Gaskets in the Frequency Range of DC to 40 GHz

Information to assist users of gaskets in evaluating gasket measurement techniques to determine which exhibit the properties critical to the intended application, to highlight limitations and sources of error of the competing measurement techniques, and to provide a basis for comparing the techniques is provided in this guide. Emphasis is placed on those measurement techniques that have been adopted through incorporation into standards, both commercial and military, or that have been used extensively.

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1302-1998

IEEE Guide for the Electromagnetic Characterization of Conductive Gaskets in the Frequency Range DC to 18GHz

Information to assist users of gaskets in evaluating gasket measurement techniques to determine which reveal the properties critical to the intended application, to highlight limitations and sources of error of the competing measurement techniques, and to provide a basis for comparing the techniques is provided. Emphasis is placed on those measurement techniques that have been adopted through incorporation into standards, both commercial and military, or that have been used extensively.

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