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GMW14904 - GENERATOR VEHICLE LEVEL NOISE EVALUATION PROCEDURE - ISSUE 2; ENGLISH; GMW RESTRICTED/CONFIDENTIAL STANDARD – TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: GMW
Date: 2012-04-01
BSI - BS 9046 - MICROWAVE NOISE GENERATORS OF ASSESSED QUALITY. BASIC ASSESSMENT LEVEL Organization: BSI
Date: 1981-10-15
Description: Lists the ratings, characteristics, inspection requirements, additional information and supplementary tests for a range of microwave noise generators produced to BS 9045:1981.
NPFC - MIL-STD-1474 - NOISE LIMITS Organization: NPFC
Date: 2015-04-15
Description: This standard applies to the acquisition and product improvement of all designed or purchased (non-developmental items) facilities, systems, subsystems, and equipment that emit acoustic noise or contain sources of noise. This standard is intended to address noise levels emitted during the full range of typical operational conditions and over the life cycle of the system under consideration.
DS/EN 15036-2 - HEATING BOILERS - TEST REGULATIONS FOR AIRBORNE NOISE EMISSIONS FROM HEAT GENERATORS - PART 2: FLUE GAS NOISE EMISSIONS AT THE OUTLET OF THE HEAT GENERATOR Organization: DS
Date: 2006-10-19
Description: Readings from forced-draught burners complying with EN 267 or EN 676 are only applicable in practice if they have been taken in conjunction with a boiler. Noise emitted into chimneys/ducts by heat generators operating independently of indoor air can also be measured in accordance with this European Standard.
NBN - EN 15036-2 - HEATING BOILERS - TEST REGULATIONS FOR AIRBORNE NOISE EMISSIONS FROM HEAT GENERATORS - PART 2: FLUE GAS NOISE EMISSIONS AT THE OUTLET OF THE HEAT GENERATOR Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: Readings from forced-draught burners complying with EN 267 or EN 676 are only applicable in practice if they have been taken in conjunction with a boiler. Noise emitted into chimneys/ducts by heat generators operating independently of indoor air can also be measured in accordance with this European Standard.
NBN - EN 15036-2 - HEATING BOILERS - TEST REGULATIONS FOR AIRBORNE NOISE EMISSIONS FROM HEAT GENERATORS - PART 2: FLUE GAS NOISE EMISSIONS AT THE OUTLET OF THE HEAT GENERATOR Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: Readings from forced-draught burners complying with EN 267 or EN 676 are only applicable in practice if they have been taken in conjunction with a boiler. Noise emitted into chimneys/ducts by heat generators operating independently of indoor air can also be measured in accordance with this European Standard.
ARMY - MIL-G-49032A - GENERATOR, INTERFERENCE SG-886( )-T/UR Organization: ARMY
Date: 1979-04-16
Description: This specification covers the requirements for the construction and testing of one type of electronic counter - countermeasures (ECCM) training device designated Generator, Interference SG-886( )-T/UR, hereinafter called "generator". The generator is used to noise or tone modulate standard Army voice communication sets, such as AN/VRC-12, AN/PRC-25, AN/ PRC-77 and AN/GRC-106 with pre-selected output levels.
DS/EN 61063 - ACOUSTICS - MEASUREMENT OF AIRBORNE NOISE EMITTED BY STEAM TURBINES AND DRIVEN MACHINERY Organization: DS
Date: 2005-09-20
Description: This standard applies only to the part of the turbine set (turbine, generator and attached components) located above the floor of the turbine room and inside a continous enveloping measurement surface bounded by this floor.
DS/EN 60704-1 - HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - TEST CODE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF AIRBORNE NOISE - PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2010-06-02
Description: This standard does not apply to - appliances, equipment or machines designed exclusively for industrial or professional purposes; - appliances which are integrated parts of a building or its installations, such as equipment for air conditioning, heating and ventilating (except household fans, cooker hoods and free standing heating appliances), oil burners for central heating, pumps for water supply and for sewage systems; - separate motors or generators; - appliances for outdoor use. 1.1.2 Types of noise A classification of different types of noise is given in ISO 12001.
NBN - EN 15036-2 - CHAUDIÈRES DE CHAUFFAGE - RÈGLES D´ESSAIS DES ÉMISSIONS DE BRUIT AÉRIEN DES GÉNÉRATEURS DE CHALEUR - PARTIE 2: ÉMISSIONS DE BRUIT DE CHEMINÉE À LA BUSE DU GÉNÉRATEUR Organization: NBN
Date: 2006-11-03
Description: Readings from forced-draught burners complying with EN 267 or EN 676 are only applicable in practice if they have been taken in conjunction with a boiler. Noise emitted into chimneys/ducts by heat generators operating independently of indoor air can also be measured in accordance with this European Standard.
MODUK - DEF STAN-59-41 P4 - ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY PART 4: LARGE EQUIPMENT TESTING - ISSUE 3 (01.96) Organization: MODUK
Date: 1996-01-01
Description: The generator without its electronic control circuits will not be susceptible to ripple or radio frequency energy and the emission characteristics usually reduce to very low levels of energy at frequencies in the region of 10 MHz. Furthermore, a generator is unlikely to produce narrowband rf energy so that measurements of generated noise can be made even in the presence of local radio stations during an open site test.
ASME B133.8 - GAS TURBINE INSTALLATION SOUND EMISSIONS Organization: ASME
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Applications may include, but are not limited to, gas turbine-driven generators, compressors, or pumps, in simple-cycle gas turbines or combined-cycle gas turbines with simple-cycle bypass capabilities.
ASA - ANSI/ASA S3.6 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR AUDIOMETERS Organization: ASA
Date: 2010-11-02
Description: ., acoustic immittance systems, otoacoustic emission systems, or narrow-band noise generators), shall, whenever possible, conform to clauses 4 through 10 of this standard.
NAVY - MIL-T-81527B - TEST SET, MISSILE CONTROL SYSTEM, AWG-10 SIDE BENCH Organization: NAVY
Date: 1971-01-29
Description: The AWG-10 Side Bench Missile Control System Test Set shall consist of the following items: ITEMS TYPE DESIGNATION Table-Rack, Radar Maintenance FN-212E/AWG-10 Fixture, Antenna Maintenance MX-7340C/AWM-21 Waveguide Extension MX-8491/AWG-10 Cable and Adapter Group OA-8124B/AWM-21 Tool Kit, Test Set TK-217/AWM-21 Toot Kit, Maintenance TK-216/AWM-21 Fixture, Antenna Transporting MX-7339B/AWM-21 Test Set, Reference Rate Gyro TS-2512/AWM-21 Generator, Signal SG-696B/AWM-21 Compressor-Dehydrator, HD-755/AWM-21 Electronic Equipment Test Set, Missile Control System (MCS) TS-2511C/AWG-10* Counter, Electronic Digital CP-870/AWM-21 Oscilloscope OS-180/AWM-21 Analyzer, Radio Frequency TS-2573E/AWG-10 Noise Cabinet, Electrical Equipment CY-6280B/AWM-21* *Pending Navy Approval ITEMS TYPE DESIGNATION Generator, Signal SG-844/AWM-21 Voltimeter, Digital ME-371/AWM-21 Radar Set AN/APG-59 Multimeter AN/PSM-4 Multimeter TS-505/U The Radar Set AN/APG-59, Multimeter AN/PSM-4 and Multimeter TS-505/U shall be Government Furnished Equipment (GFE).
WILEY - MICROWAVE AND WIRELESS SY - MICROWAVE AND WIRELESS SYNTHESIZERS: THEORY AND DESIGN Organization: WILEY
Date: 1997-01-01
Description: Rohde explains loop fundamentals, demonstrates the linear approach to oscillator phase noise, discusses the digital direct synthesizer technique, addresses low noise oscillator design, and provides insight into the role and design of crystal oscillators, mixers, phase/frequency discriminators, wideband high-gain amplifiers, programmable dividers, and loop filters.
ITU-R REPORT M.2032 - TESTS ILLUSTRATING THE COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION RADARS AND EMISSIONS FROM RADIOLOCATION RADARS IN THE BAND 2 900-3 100 MHZ Organization: ITU-R
Date: 2003-01-01
Description: In the first effort, the radiolocation emissions were simulated by means of signal generators, using pulses with no intra-pulse modulation and were roughly representative of emissions from P0N type radiolocation radars described in Recommendation ITU-R M.1460 – Technical and operational characteristics and protection criteria of radiodetermination and meteorological radars in the 2 900-3 100 MHz band.
LUL - TE-HBS-0020 - MANAGING THE CRITICAL ASPECTS OF PLANT - ISSUE R1; INCORPORATES A1: APRIL 1995 Organization: LUL
Date: 1995-03-01
Description: The handbook includes details on the regular maintenance and proper use of plant, e.g. generators, compressors, rail saws, lifting gear. It deals with the general generic critical aspects of plant such as lubrication, temperature and fuels, but does not detail specific critical aspects for each item or individual type of similarly categorised plant, e.g. portable pneumatic; includes diesel compressors and clay spades which are both pneumatic but have unique critical aspects of their own.

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