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NATO - STANAG 4234

Electromagnetic Radiation (Radio Frequency) - 200 kHz to 40 GHz Environment - Affecting the Design of Materiel for Use by NATO Forces

inactive, Most Current
Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 7 July 1992
Status: inactive
Page Count: 10
scope:

AIM

The aim of this agreement is to define the level of electromagnetic radiation (radio frequency) environment likely to be encountered during NATO operations by all materiel and particularly by all munitions and weapon systems containing electro-explosive devices (EED) and to specify the levels of electro-magnetic radiation (radio frequency) environment to be used as design criteria for all new munitions and weapon systems intended for use by NATO Forces.

The electromagnetic radiation (radio frequency) environment defined in this agreement is not intended to replace that environment associated with the fundamental requirement that all munitions and weapon systems containing EED shall be designed to remain safe and reliable in:

(a) the electromagnetic radiation (radio frequency) environment produced by the munition or weapon system itself;

(b) the specified, electromagnetic radiation (radio frequency) scenario, (including that produced by the weapon platform i.e. the ship, vehicle or aircraft) in which the munition or weapon system is required to be stored, handled and operated.

Document History

STANAG 4234
July 7, 1992
Electromagnetic Radiation (Radio Frequency) - 200 kHz to 40 GHz Environment - Affecting the Design of Materiel for Use by NATO Forces
AIM The aim of this agreement is to define the level of electromagnetic radiation (radio frequency) environment likely to be encountered during NATO operations by all materiel and particularly by all...
January 1, 1992
Electromagnetic Radiation (Radio Frequency) - 200 kHz to 40 GHz Environment Affecting the Design of Materiel for Use by NATO Forces
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