Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 377-1980

IEEE Recommended Practice for Measurement of Spurious Emission from Land-Mobile Communication Transmitters

Controlled test conditions, test apparatus, test methods and data presentation, all of which form the basis for establishing the energy levels of spurious emissions of mobile communication transmitters designed to generate FM signals in the frequency range of 25 to 1000 MHz are covered. The purpose is to enable design and system engineers engaged in a variety of development projects to achieve uniform results in recognizing sources and nature of RF spurious emissions emanating from vehicular communications transmitters. Procedures for measuring both broadband and narrowband spectra are provided for both conducted and radiated emissions. Specified limits are not included. However, reference values that are not limited by the state of the art are provided. Transmitter test conditions, apparatus and method are based on standard instrumentation and measuring techniques and do not require any special apparatus other than necessary terminal simulators. The procedures do not cover the associated antenna and transmission lines.

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IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society
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Sponsor Committee
EMC/SDCom - Standards Development Committee
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Working Group
WG377 - Measurement of Spurious Emission Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Jennifer Santulli
Working Group Chair
Edward Hare
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