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1. Scope

The object of this report is to describe and interpret various terms considered to be of basic importance to concepts and practical application in the design and evaluation of electromagnetically compatible systems. In addition, attention is drawn to the distinction between electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) tests carried out in a standardized set-up and those carried out at the location where a device (equipment or system) is installed (in situ tests).

The terms and their definitions are given in clause 2, with reference to chapter 161 of the IEV. The application of the terms is described in clause 3 and an interpretation of their definitions is presented in the annexes. /

1. Domaine d'application

Le present rapport a pour objet de donner une description et une interpretation de divers termes juges fondamentaux pour les concepts et l'application pratique dans le domaine de la conception et de l'evaluation des systemes electromagnetiquement co mpatibles. De plus, le present rapport attire l'attention sur la distinction qu'il convient de faire entre les essais de compatibilite electromagnetique faits dans une installation d'essai normalisee et ceux faits sur le site sur lequel un dispositif (appareil ou systeme) est installe (mesures in situ).

Les termes a prendre en consideration et leurs definitions sont donnes a l'article 2, et reposent sur le chapitre 161 du Vocabulaire Electrotechnique International. L'application de ces termes est exposee a l'article 3, tandis qu'une interpretation des definitions est donnee en annexe.