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MIL-STD-907B modifies MIL-STD-285 EMI test procedures

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2 Author(s)
Youn Lee ; US Army Harry Diamond Lab., Adelphi, MD, USA ; Madden, K.J.

An interim measure has been approved to reduce some of the deficiencies of MIL-STD-285, which provides a method of measuring the attenuation characteristics of electromagnetic shielding enclosures. The charges will be included in MIL-STD-907B, engineering and design criteria for shelters, expandable and non-expandable. The revised EMI (electromagnetic interference) test parameter is aimed at reducing the variations of measurement technique and improving measurement repeatability and reliability in magnetic field (low-impedance) tests. The electric field measurement is optional, and therefore can be eliminated. The plane wave and electric field test procedure is the same as for MIL-STD-285

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Electromagnetic Compatibility, 1990. Symposium Record., 1990 IEEE International Symposium on

Date of Conference:

21-23 Aug 1990