In 1960, the US Department of Defense (DoD) created a comprehensive Defense Radio Frequency Compatibility Program. In 1967 MIL-STD-461 was created. With its sister documents MIL-STD-462 and MIL-STD-463 it was intended as a tri-service EMI specification. MIL-STD 461 identified the requirements, 462 detailed them and 463 contained definitions and acronyms. MIL-STD 462 was combined with MIL-STD 461 in revision E of 1999. MIL-STD 463 was superseded by IEEE ANSI C63.14
The fundamental U.S. Military Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) specification. MIL-STD-461 is applied to all active U.S. Military electronics installed in DOD platforms. MIL-STD-461 is also used by many countries around the world.
DI-EMCS-80201 – (EMITP) Electromagnetic Interference Test Procedures. Used to describe the measurement procedures applied to demonstrate compliance based on MIL-STD 461
DI-EMCS-80200 – (EMITR) Electromagnetic Interference Test Report. The results of the testing performed.
DI-EMCS-80199 – (EMICP) Electromagnetic Interference Control Procedures. Used to describe EMI control requirements, design techniques, mitigation and the people and their roles and responsibilities related to such.
CE101, conducted emissions, audio frequency currents, power leads.
CE102, conducted emissions, radio frequency potential, power leads.
CE106, conducted emissions, antenna port.
CS101, conducted susceptibility, power leads.
CS103, conducted susceptibility, antenna port, intermodulation.
CS104, conducted susceptibility, antenna port, rejection of undesired signals.
CS105, conducted susceptibility, antenna port, cross modulation.
CS109, conducted susceptibility, structure current.
CS114, conducted susceptibility, bulk cable injection
CS115, conducted susceptibility, bulk cable injection, impulse excitation
CS116, conducted susceptibility, damped sinusoidal transients, cables and power leads.
CS117, conducted susceptibility, lightning induced transients, cables and power leads.
CS118, personnel borne electrostatic discharge.
RE101, radiated emissions, magnetic field
RE102, radiated emissions, electric field
RE103, radiated emissions, antenna spurious and harmonic outputs.
RS101, radiated susceptibility, magnetic field.
RS103, radiated susceptibility, electric field.
RS105, radiated susceptibility, transient electromagnetic field.
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