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AS 2772.2-1988 radiofrequency radiation - principles and methods of measurement - 300 khz to 100 ghz

Standard Number:  AS 2772.2-1988
Title:  radiofrequency radiation - principles and methods of measurement - 300 khz to 100 ghz
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  DR 86160

Status:  Withdrawn
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
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Number of Pages:33P.;A4  

Description:Specifies techniques and instrumentation for the measurement of potentially hazardous electromagnetic fields in both near-field and far-field situations in the frequency range 300 kHz to 100 GHz. Measurements are made of one or more components of the fie  
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AS 2772.2-1988 RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION - PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENT-300 kHz T...
PREFACE
CONTENTS
FOREWORD
1 SCOPE.
2 APPLICATION.
3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS.
4 DEFINITIONS.
4.1 Antenna field regions.
4.2 Bolometer
4.3 Far-field region
4.4 Gain (antenna)
4.5 Isotropic antenna
4.6 Multipath error
4.7 Multipath transmission (radio propagation)
4.8 Near-field region, radiating
4.9 Near-field region, reactive
4.10 Non-ionizing radiation
4.11 Polarization (radiated wave)
4.12 Power flux density
4.13 Response time
4.14 Scattering
4.15 Standing wave
5 NEAR-FIELD CONSIDERATIONS.
5.1 Characteristics.
5.2 Interference patterns.
5.3 Radiation leakage.
5.4 Reactive near field.
5.5 Other considerations.
5.6 Summary of measurement problems.
6 INSTRUMENTATION.
6.1 General.
6.2 Electrical performance characteristics.
6.2.1 Power supply.
6.2.2 Polarization.
6.2.3 Quantities and units.
6.2.4 Range.
6.3 Other characteristics.
6.4 Suggested physical characteristics.
6.5 Types of instrumentation.
6.6 Diode rectifier.
6.6.1 Diode detectors
6.6.2 Spurious responses of diode detectors.
6.7 Bolometric type.
6.8 Continuous film type.
6.9 Thermo couple type.
6.10 Calibration of instruments.
6.11 Spurious responses.
7 MEASUREMENT OF POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS FIELDS.
7.1 Source and propagation characteristics.
7.2 Estimate of expected field strength.
7.3 Determination of type of probe required.
7.4 Safety precautions.
7.4.1 General.
7.4.2 Hazards not directly associated with the survey.
7.4.3 Precautions in the survey process.
7.4.4 Leakage survey precautions.
7.5 Measurement procedures.
7.5.1 Far-field, single-source conditions.
7.5.2 Complex far-field sources.
7.5.3 Near fields.
7.5.4 Instrumentation usage considerations.
7.5.5 Scanning correction.
APPENDIX A - CALIBRATION METHODS
A1 FREE-SPACE STANDARD-FIELD METHOD.
A1.1 General.
A1.2 Experimental arrangement.
A1.3 Principal sources of error.
A1.4 Determination of effective gain (G)
A2 GUIDED-WAVE METHODS.
A2.1 Advantages and disadvantages.
A2.2 Experimental arrangements.
A2.3 Other types.
A3 STANDARD-PROBE METHOD.
APPENDIX B - CALCULATION OF ON-AXIS POWER FLUX DENSITY
B1 SCOPE.
B2 CALCULATION OF ON-AXIS POWER DENSITY.
B2.1 Calculation of power density from large rectangular-aperture antennas in the radiati...
B2.2 Calculation of power density from large circular-aperture antennas in the radiating ...
APPENDIX C - REFERENCES
  
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