Tag: Electromagnetic-compatibility

IEEE/ANSI C63.27-2017

An evaluation process and supporting test methods are provided in this standard to quantify the ability of a wireless device to coexist with other wireless services in its intended radio frequency (RF) environments.

IEEE/ANSI C37.45-1981

This standard is a revision of American National Standard Specifications for Distribution Enclosed Single-Pole Air Switches, ANSI C37.45-1969, to bring it up to date and in line with present day requirements for high-voltage fuses and switches

IEEE 465.1-1977

This standard applies to surge-protective devices for application on systems with voltages equal to or less than 600 V rms. These protective devices are designed to limit voltage surges on balanced or unbalanced communication circuits and dc to 420 Hz power circuits. This standard contains a series of standard test criteria for determining the electrical characteristics of these gas tube devices. The tests in this standard are intended as design tests as defined under design tests in IEEE Std 100-1972, IEEE Standard Dictionary of Electrical and Electronics Terms, and provide a means of comparison among various gas tube surge-protective devices.1…

IEEE 384-1977

The scope of this document is the independence requirements of the circuits and equipment comprising or associated with Class I E systems. It sets forth criteria for the independence that can be achieved by physical separation and electrical isolation of circuits and equipment which are redundant but does not address the determination of what is to be considered redundant

IEEE 145-1973

In 1969, IEEE Standard 145 was published as a list of basic terms of antenna theory and practice. That document treated antenna gain as a fundamental property, with impedance and polarization as independent properties. The definitions of gain, directivity, impedance, and polarization were worded to emphasize this independence. Various other significant groups of terms were also defined, such as the regions of the electromagnetic field of an antenna, the terms relating to cross section, the tracking antenna techniques, and the idealized radiators.

IEEE/ANSI N42.34-2015

Performance specifications and testing methods for the evaluation of handheld instruments (also known as radionuclide identification devices or RIDs) used for the detection and identification of radionuclides, which emit gamma rays and, in some cases, neutrons, are contained in this standard. The specifications for general, radiological, environmental, electromagnetic and mechanical performances are given and the corresponding testing methods are described. The documentation to be provided by the manufacturer is listed as part of the requirements. Normative and informative annexes that provide guidance for the implementation of this standard are also included. (The PDF of this standard is available at no…

IEEE C62.92.6-2017

Applications to three-phase electrical utility systems are described in this Part VI of the IEEE C62.92™ series. Definitions and considerations related to system grounding where the dominant sources of system energization are current-regulated or power-regulated power conversion devices are provided.

IEEE 2413-2019

An architecture framework description for the Internet of Things (IoT) which conforms to the international standard ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011 is defined. The architecture framework description is motivated by concerns commonly shared by IoT system stakeholders across multiple domains (transportation, healthcare, Smart Grid, etc.). A conceptual basis for the notion of things in the IoT is provided and the shared concerns as a collection of architecture viewpoints is elaborated to form the body of the framework description.

IEEE 1302-2019

Information to assist users of gaskets in evaluating gasket measurement techniques to determine which exhibit the properties critical to the intended application, to highlight limitations and sources of error of the competing measurement techniques, and to provide a basis for comparing the techniques is provided in this guide. Emphasis is placed on those measurement techniques that have been adopted through incorporation into standards, both commercial and military, or that have been used extensively.

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