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NATO - STANAG 1307

(Restricted) Maximum NATO Naval Operational Electromagnetic Environment Produced by Radio and Radar

inactive, Most Current
Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 2 April 1997
Status: inactive
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AIM

The aim of this agreement is to define the maximum electromagnetic environment produced by Radio and Radar which may be encountered by personnel, ammunition, equipment embodying electro-explosive devices (EED) and flammables in NATO Naval Operations.

Document History

STANAG 1307
April 2, 1997
(Restricted) Maximum NATO Naval Operational Electromagnetic Environment Produced by Radio and Radar
AIM The aim of this agreement is to define the maximum electromagnetic environment produced by Radio and Radar which may be encountered by personnel, ammunition, equipment embodying electro-explosive...
January 1, 1986
Maximum NATO Naval Operational Electromagnetic Environment Produced by Radio and Radar
AIM The aim of this agreement is to define the maximum electromagnetic environment produced by Radio and Radar which may be encountered by personnel, ammunition, equipment embodying electro-explosive...
January 1, 1986
Maximum NATO Naval Operational Electromagnetic Environment Produced by Radio and Radar
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