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BS EN 50421:2006 Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of stand alone broadcast transmitters with the reference levels or the basic restrictions related to public human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (30 MHz to 40 GHz)

BS EN 50421:2006

Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of stand alone broadcast transmitters with the reference levels or the basic restrictions related to public human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (30 MHz to 40 GHz)

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Standard number:BS EN 50421:2006
Pages:12
Released:2006-07-31
ISBN:0 580 48953 1
Status:Standard
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BS EN 50421:2006


This standard BS EN 50421:2006 Product standard to demonstrate the compliance of stand alone broadcast transmitters with the reference levels or the basic restrictions related to public human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (30 MHz to 40 GHz) is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.280 Radiation protection
This product standard applies to fixed stand alone broadcast transmitter operating in the frequency range 30 MHz to 40 GHz when put on the market. The term broadcast transmitter covers fixed stand alone broadcast transmitters intended for use with external antennas of the same or an other manufacturer. The object of this standard is to demonstrate the compliance of such equipment with the reference levels or the basic restrictions related to public exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields.