|Number of pages||61|
This technical report gives guidance on the treatment of uncertainties to those who are involved in the development or modification of CISPR electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards. In addition, this part provides useful background information for those who apply the standards and the uncertainty aspects in practice. The objectives of this technical report are: a) to identify the parameters or sources governing the uncertainty associated with the statement that a given product complies with the requirement specified in a CISPR recommendation. This uncertainty will be called 'standards compliance uncertainty'. b) to give guidance on the estimation of the magnitude of the standards compliance uncertainty; c) to give guidance for the implementation of the standards compliance uncertainty into the compliance criterion of a CISPR standardised compliance test. As such, this part can be considered as a handbook that can be used by standards writers to incorporate and harmonise uncertainty considerations in existing and future CISPR standards. This part also gives guidance to regulatory authorities, accreditation bodies and test engineers to judge the performance quality of an EMC test-laboratory carrying out CISPR standardised compliance tests. The uncertainty considerations given in this part can also be used as guidance when comparing test results (and its uncertainties) obtained by using different alternative test methods. CISPR 16-3 has been reorganised into 4 parts, to accommodate growth and easier maintenance.
|Dutch title||Specificatie voor meetapparatuur en meetmethoden voor radiostoringen en immuniteit - Deel 4-1: Onzekerheden, statistieken en begrensde vormgeving - Onzekerheden in EMC beproevingsnormen|
|English title||Specification for radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods:Part 4-1: Uncertainties, statistics and limit modelling - Uncertainties in standardized EMC tests|