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Problems with radiated-emission testing at 3 m distance according to CISPR 11 and CISPR 22

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3 Author(s)
Garn, H.F. ; Austrian Res. Centre Seibersdorf, Austria ; Zink, E. ; Kremser, R.

The standards CISPR 11 and CISPR 22 specify different extrapolation factors for radiated-emission test data measured at 3-m distance. The authors have experimentally determined extrapolation factors for a personal computer that radiated the signal from a comb generator via its wiring harness and for a battery-powered reference radiator. Results show that factors can vary between -18 dB and -1 dB. It is concluded that, based on the present specifications, compliance tests at 3-m distance should not be allowed

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Electromagnetic Compatibility, 1993. Symposium Record., 1993 IEEE International Symposium on

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9-13 Aug 1993