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Scope

Revision of Std 1309 to include new field probes and sensors that fall within the original scope of Std 1309 and provide minor clarifications on technical points that have been found difficult to interpret or understand. Original Scope: The scope of this standard includes the calibration of electromagnetic field sensors [1] and probes [2], excluding antennas per se, for the frequency range from 9 kHz to 40 GHz. [1] ANSI/IEEE std. - 1988 Dictionary of Electronical and Electronics Terms, 4th ed. p. 877 (def. 5) [2] IEC Multilingual dictionary of electricity, IEEE & Hiley, 1983, P. 303 (def. 2)

Purpose

Standard is being revised to include current technologies and to provide minor clarifications on technical points that have been found difficult to interpret or understand. Original Purpose: The manufacturers of electromagnetic field sensors and probes currently calibrate them in accordance with the company standards rather than consensus standards. The result is that calibrations are not consistent. A standard calibration method would produce more uniform results. The calibration shall be readily traceable to NIST.

Abstract

Revision Standard - Superseded. Consensus calibration methods for electromagnetic (EM) field sensors and probes are provided. Data recording and reporting requirements are given, and a method for determining uncertainty is specified.
 

Document History

  1. IEEE 1309-2013


    IEEE Standard for Calibration of Electromagnetic Field Sensors and Probes (Excluding Antennas) from 9 kHz to 40 GHz

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  2. IEEE 1309-2005

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    IEEE Standard for Calibration of Electromagnetic Field Sensors and Probes, Excluding Antennas, from 9 kHz to 40 GHz

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  3. IEEE 1309-1996


    IEEE Standard for Calibration of Electromagnetic Field Sensors and Probes, Excluding Antennas, from 9 kHz to 40 GHz

    • Historical Version