The procedures for testing the compliance of a wide variety of unlicensed wireless transmitters (also called intentional radiators and license-exempt transmitters) including, but not limited to, remote control and security unlicensed wireless devices, frequency hopping and direct sequence spread spectrum devices, antipilferage devices, cordless telephones, medical unlicensed wireless devices, Unlicensed National Information Infrastructure (U-NII) devices, intrusion detectors, unlicensed wireless devices operating on frequencies below 30 MHz, automatic vehicle identification systems, and other unlicensed wireless devices authorized by a radio regulatory authority are covered in this standard. Excluded by this standard are test procedures for unlicensed wireless devices already covered in…
This document provides recommended test methods for assuring the radio frequency (RF) immunity of electronic devices and systems that might experience susceptibility from general use transceivers or the RF ambient.
Guidance on the definition of the incident power density in correlation with surface temperature elevation in the frequency range from 6 GHz to 300 GHz is provided. Using numerical simulations or measurement, this guide is also applicable to compliance assessment of wireless products operating in millimeter wave frequencies.
Technical corrections are addressed in this corrigendum. Figure 1 and Figure 2 in IEEE Std C95.1-2019 were found to be incorrect. They did not accurately portray the limits given in Table 2, Table 3, and Table 4. The figures were corrected with respect to frequency extent and breakpoints to be consistent with the tables.
This corrigendum was not published as an individual standard, but was incorporated in C95.1-2019
Replaces IEC 62209-1:2016, IEC 62209-2:2010, and IEEE Std 61528:2013 and supersedes IEEE Std 1528-2013
Clarifying and furthering the subject selection of the sample size in the clinical study; looking into the results of the validation study with respect to the patient's body position and activity level for their applicability to ambulatory patients; and addressing the issues of motion artifact is covered in the amendment.
In the wireless communication field, 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are the main emerging technologies and future wireless communication will rely on them. A methodology for classifying IoT devices based on radio frequency (RF) exposure characteristics is provided. Classification is based on frequency, bandwidth, radiated power, and typical installation configuration. Links between device class and available measurement/computational standards are provided. A framework criterion for exclusion classes for exposure assessment and criteria for addressing situations where exposure assessment is unavailable are included.
A set of practical methods is provided for helping to manage the levels of risks due to electromagnetic (EM) disturbances throughout the lifecycles of electronic equipment. These risks include the consequences of all types of errors, malfunctions, or failures in products, equipment, and systems that employ modern electronic technologies (i.e., in hardware and/or software). The work done in creating IEC 61000-1-2:2016 (Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 1-2: General - Methodology is supplemented by this standard for the achievement of functional safety of electrical and electronic systems including equipment with regard to electromagnetic phenomena) by providing requirements for detailed practical techniques…