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Calibration and use of artificial mains networks and absorbing clamps
This booklet has been written to advise test engineers and others on the best practice techniques for the use andcalibration of transducers for RF conducted emissions and disturbance power measurements. Thesemeasurements are inherent in many European EMC standards that are based on the CISPR emissions methods,and form an important part of testing to meet the compliance requirements of the European EMC Directive.
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