2013 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), pp. 87-92, 5-9 Aug. 2013doi: 10.1109/ISEMC.2013.6670387
Robert T. Johnk; Frank H. Sanders; Kristen E. Davis; Geoffrey A. Sanders; John D. Ewan; Ronald L. Carey; Steven J. Gunderson
Abstract: We provide detailed descriptions of recent radiated emissions measurements conducted by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (NTIA/ITS) in Boulder, Colorado. ITS engineers performed a comprehensive series of radiated emission measurements on the Shore-Line Monitoring System (SLiMS). The SLiMS system is currently being developed by Time-Domain Acquisition Holdings® (TDC) under the sponsorship of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC). The measurement results demonstrate both low emission levels, consistent with existing U.S. electromagnetic compatibility requirements and a low potential for causing interference to incumbent systems. A high level of precision is required to perform the characterization.
Keywords: radar; noise; ITS; Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS); frequency measurement; National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA); search radar; ultra wideband radar; NAVFAC; Naval Facilities Engineering Command; SLiMS system; TDC; radiated emission measurements; radiated measurements; shore line monitoring system; time domain acquisition holdings; ultrawideband surveillance radar; antenna measurements; radar antennas; Receiving antennas
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Robert T. Johnk
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