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IEEE - IEEE 1139 - DEFINITIONS OF PHYSICAL QUANTITIES FOR FUNDAMENTAL FREQUENCY AND TIME METROLOGY-RANDOM INSTABILITIES Organization: IEEE
Date: 2008-09-26
Description: In 1988, an updated IEEE standard on frequency stability was published by the IEEE as IEEE Std 1139-1988, Standard Definitions of Physical Quantities for Fundamental Frequency and Time Metrology.
IEEE - IEEE 301 - STANDARD TEST PROCEDURES FOR AMPLIFIERS AND PREAMPLIFIERS USED WITH DETECTORS OF IONIZING RADIATION Organization: IEEE
Date: 1988-10-20
Description: Also, compared with other parameters, this one is the easiest to measure accurately with an oscilloscope and pulse generator.Companions to this document are ANSI/IEEE Std 300-1988 [1],1 ANSI/IEEE Std 325-1986 [2], and IEEE Std 194-1977 [3].
IEEE - IEEE 510 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR SAFETY IN HIGH-VOLTAGE AND HIGH-POWER TESTING Organization: IEEE
Date: 1983-09-17
Description: This recommended practice is concerned with safety practices for those who are involved with making measurements on high-voltage sources or with high-power sources of various types including power-system lines, 60 Hz test transformers, direct-voltage supplies, lightning-impulse generators, and switching-impulse generators. This recommended practice is limited to safety practices with regard to electrical hazards involved in temporary measurements, as opposed to metering, relaying or routine line work.
IEEE - IEEE 149 - TEST PROCEDURES FOR ANTENNAS Organization: IEEE
Date: 1979-01-01
Description: This topic is treated in Section 15. Power transfer from generator to antenna is controlled by the input impedance to the antenna.
UL 1459 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT - THIRD EDITION; REPRINT WITH REVISIONS THROUGH AND INCLUDING MARCH 01, 1999 Organization: UL
Date: 1995-09-21
Description: These requirements do not cover centralized AC or DC power systems that exceed the limits for Level C (see Tables 28.1 and 28.2), including battery banks (plants), DC power supplies, rectifiers, motor/generators, and the like, that form part of these systems.

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