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IEEE C63.2 - STANDARD FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC NOISE AND FIELD STRENGTH INSTRUMENTATION, 10 HZ TO 40 GHZ - SPECIFICATIONS Organization: IEEE
Date: 1996-01-01
Description: This American War Standard included the specifications for a radio-noise meter similar to those included in the JCC 1940 report with the addition of some refinements and improvements.
ASA - ANSI/ASA S1.40 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS AND VERIFICATION PROCEDURES FOR SOUND CALIBRATORS Organization: ASA
Date: 2006-09-20
Description: This Standard applies to sound calibrators that are used to check or adjust the sensitivity of sound measuring instruments and systems including conventional, integrating-averaging and integrating sound level meters, and personal noise dosimeters. This Standard does not include requirements for the Instruction Manual to provide data for use in adjusting a sound level indicated by a sound level meter, or equivalent instrument, in response to application of a sound calibrator to the equivalent free-field or random-incidence sound level.
ASA - ANSI/ASA S1.13 - AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD MEASUREMENT OF SOUND PRESSURE LEVELS IN AIR Organization: ASA
Date: 2005-07-25
Description: The frequency range covered by the requirements of this standard depends on the specific type of sound level meter or instrumentation being used, but, in general, the frequency content of the sound being measured should be contained within the range covered by the octave bands having center frequencies from 31.5 Hz to 16.0 kHz.
AAMI EC11 - DIAGNOSTIC ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC DEVICES Organization: AAMI
Date: 1991-01-01
Description: (These devices are covered by the ANSI/AAMI standard Cardiac monitors, heart rate meters and alarms.) NOTE—Devices that provide selection between diagnostic and monitoring functions must meet the requirements of the appropriate standard—the standard for diagnostic electrocardiographic devices or the standard for cardiac monitors, heart rate meters and alarms—when selected for that function.

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