The objective of this program was to evaluate current radiated emission and susceptibility measurement techniques to determine their applicability to performing measurements required under MIL-STD-462. To accomplish this objective, program efforts were directed to a review and comparison of the technical capabilities and limitations of current radiated emission and susceptibility measurement techniques and to the identification of voids and deficiencies in current measurement methodologies. From the results of this program, it is concluded that a number of measurement techniques offer the potential of serving as viable alternates to those measurement techniques currently employed to satisfy the measurement requirements of MIL-STD-462. Shortcomings in current measurement techniques include (1) deficiencies which prevent the maximum utilization of available measurement techniques, (2) deficiencies in reducing to practice those measurement techniques which have been identified as possible alternates to current techniques, and (3) deficiencies related to the lack of correlation of measurement results obtained with different techniques.
- Pub Date:
- December 1981
- Electromagnetic Interference;
- Particle Emission;
- Electromagnetic Compatibility;
- Electronic Countermeasures;
- Communications and Radar