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Standards and Technical Documents - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-20: Testing and measurement techniques - Emission and immunity testing in transverse electromagnetic (TEM) waveguides -- IEC 61000-4-20:2003
Description: Relates to emission and immunity test methods for electrical and electronic equipment using various types of transverse electromagnetic (TEM) waveguides. This includes open (for example, striplines and EMP simulators) and closed (for example, TEM cells) structures, which can be furtherShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-20: Testing and measurement techniques - Emission and immunity testing in transverse electromagnetic (TEM) waveguides -- IEC 61000-4-20:2003+AMD1:2006 CSV
Description: This part of IEC 61000 relates to emission and immunity test methods for electrical and electronic equipment using various types of transverse electromagnetic (TEM) waveguides. This includes open (for example, striplines and EMP simulators) and closed (for example, TEM cells)Show More
Standards and Technical Documents - Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-32: Testing and measurement techniques - High-altitude electromagnetic pulse (HEMP) simulator compendium -- IEC TR 61000-4-32:2002
Description: Provides information about extant system-level high-altitude EMP (HEMP) simulators and their applicability as test facilities and validation tools for immunity test requirements. This report provides the first detailed listing of HEMP simulators throughout the worldand is theShow More
Supplier: Duncan Instruments Canada, Ltd.
Description: Response Time Dose rate depenent ~3 -4 min. @100mr/hr seconds@ R/hr ranges Accumulated does chart on back EMP immunity Meets MIL-STD-461D, RS105
- Audio Alarm/Indicator: Yes
- Detector Output: Dose Rate
- Detector Style: Portable Detector
- Operating Temperature: -4 to 122 F
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NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL
Fiber optics do offer certain advantages over coax/ twisted pair cables, such as increased data rate capability and better RMI/ EMP immunity , but fiber optics don't offer much extra in terms of multiplexing alone.
Fiber Optic Links For Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Systems
The M /MMW fiber optics provide wide instantaneous RF bandwidth and large time -bandwidth product, in addition to EMI / EMP immunity and radiation resistance.
Military Applications Of Fibre Optics
…although the fibre itself is free from EMP, its integral components within a signalling system have to be properly designed to withstand an EMP if the total system is to take full advantage of the inherent EMP immunity of the light signalling…
Fiber Optics And Opto-Electronics For Radar And Electronic Warfare Applications
Phased-array antenna, radar netting, adaptive matched filter, deceptive jammer, broadband ELINT receiver, and high resolution radar will take full advantage of high speed, wideband, EMI / EMP immunity , small size /weight, potentially low cost, and high reproducibility.
Probes for EM pulse measurements
To improve the EMP immunity of electronic devices it is necessa- ry to carry out continuous investigations.
Implementation Of Fiber Optics In U. S. Naval Combatants
Not contain metal and thus maintain EMI / EMP immunity .
A New Spectral Detection Method For Fiber-Coupled Interferometers
In addition of typical features of fiber optic sensors like intrinsic safety, small size, EMI/ EMP immunity or .
Fiber Optic Sensing Systems Using High Frequency Resonant Sensing Heads With Intensity Sensors
Fiber -optic sensing systems have found wide applications in various fields of industry due to EMP immunity , low weight and volume, and broad bandwidth capabilities.
Demonstration Of A Smart Material With Embedded Actuators And Sensors For Active Control
The potential advantages of such sensors are their small size and low weight, EMI and EMP immunity , geometrical flexi-bility, large bandwidth, low power consumption, multiple multiplexing options, and all- dielectric profile.
Fiber-Optic Sensors For Geophysical Applications
The geophysical devices and systems described above have the advantages common to all fiber -optic sensors, namely: EMI and EMP immunity , light weight, high sensitivity, and large dynamic range.