Inactive-Withdrawn Standard

IEEE 140-1990

IEEE Recommended Practice for Minimization of Interference from Radio-Frequency Heating Equipment

Withdrawn Standard. Withdrawn Date: Jan 10, 2002. No longer endorsed by the IEEE. Procedures that may be applied in the design and construction of radio-frequency heating equipment used for heating in industrial settings and for other purposes are described. These procedures are intended to reduce the levels of radio-frequency energy leaks, which can interfere with other equipment and broadcast services. They may also be used as remedial measures when harmful interference occurs. Applications in the field of telecommunication and information technology are excluded.

Sponsor Committee
EMC/SDCom - Standards Development Committee
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Status
Inactive-Withdrawn Standard
Superseding
140-1950
Board Approval
1990-05-31
History
Withdrawn:
2002-01-10
ANSI Approved:
1990-10-12
Published:
1990-09-24
Reaffirmed:
1995-09-21

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society
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Sponsor Committee
EMC/SDCom - Standards Development Committee
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