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IEEE 475-2000

IEEE Standard Measurement Procedure for Field Disturbance Sensors 300 MHz to 40 GHz

Test procedures for microwave field disturbance sensors to measure radio frequency(RF) radiated field strength of the fundamental frequency, harmonic frequencies, near field powerflux density, and nonharmonic spurious emissions of sensors operating within the frequency rangeof 300 MHz to 40 GHz are defined.

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EMC/SDCom - Standards Development Committee
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IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society
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ADMIN_8207 - Project Administration_8207
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Patricia Roder

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IEEE Standard Measurement Methods of Emissions from FM and Television Broadcast Receivers in the Frequency Range of 9kHz to 40GHz

(Revision of IEEE Std 187-1990) Abstract: Spurious radiation from sound and television broadcast receivers of the superheterodyne type are possible sources of interference with other radio services. This standard describes the potential sources of spurious radiation from receivers intended for the reception of sound and television broadcast, and the measurement methods for them.

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