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NEN-EN-IEC 62037-1

Passive RF and microwave devices, intermodulation level measurement - Part 1: General requirements and measuring methods

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Organization: NEN
Publication Date: 1 August 2012
Status: inactive
Page Count: 26
ICS Code (Transmission systems): 33.040.20
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This part of IEC 62037 deals with the general requirements and measuring methods for intermodulation (IM) level measurement of passive RF and microwave components, which can be caused by the presence of two or more transmitting signals. The test procedures given in this standard give the general requirements and measurement methods required to characterize the level of unwanted IM signals using two transmitting signals. The standards in this series address the measurement of PIM, but do not cover the long term reliability of a product with reference to its performance. This standard is to be used in conjunction with other appropriate part(s) of IEC 62037.

Document History

January 1, 2022
Passive RF and microwave devices, intermodulation level measurement - Part 1: General requirements and measuring methods
This part of IEC 62037 deals with the general requirements and measuring methods for intermodulation (IM) level measurement of passive RF and microwave components, which can be caused by the presence...
NEN-EN-IEC 62037-1
August 1, 2012
Passive RF and microwave devices, intermodulation level measurement - Part 1: General requirements and measuring methods
This part of IEC 62037 deals with the general requirements and measuring methods for intermodulation (IM) level measurement of passive RF and microwave components, which can be caused by the presence...

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