Tests CE01 (all lines), RE01, and RSO1 shall be performed for informa-
The upper limits of CS03, CS04, CS05 and RE02 shall be the maximum RF
plus the maximum IF. The separation of test signals in CS03, CS04,
and CS05 shall be tailored to effectively test the receiver.
The CS02 requirement shall be applicable to all neutrals and grounds.
Interconnecting signal leads shall be tested to the same limits as
interconnecting control leads in test CE03.
The maximum duration of the conducted switching transients in test
CE07 is 50
. Transients longer than 50 us shall be within the
limits of Figures 5 and 10 of MIL-STD-704. Test CE07 shall be
performed without the external 10 UF line filters.
Thexxnaximum signal generator levels in test CS03 are +10 dBm.
The placement of the cable used to generate a magnetic field for RS02
shall be as shown in Figure 7a of MIL-STD-462.
The RS03 levels are those of the MIL-HDBK-235 environment reduced by
estimated airframe shielding.
The test limits below 2 MHz are [50 + 42 log (2000/F)] for CE03
broadband emissions. F is in KHz.
The spike limits for the CS06 and RS02 requirements are:
E2 = 180 V, t2 less than or equal to 0.15
The RE02 limits shall extend linearly for the higher frequencies.
me CS02 test source shall be 3V instead of 1V.
The RS04 test of MIL-STD-462 shall be performed for frequencies below
The CE03 from 15 KHz to 20 KHz can be relaxed for lines with load
currents greater than one ampere. The value at 15 KHz can be relaxed
by 20 log (load current). The new limits are then a line drawn from
the new value at 15 KHz to the present value at 20 KHz.
The RS03 test limits shall be as specified in Table IX.