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BS IEC 62153-4-16:2016 Metallic communication cable test methods Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Extension of the frequency range to higher frequencies for transfer impedance and to lower frequencies for screening attenuation measurements using the triaxial set-up

BS IEC 62153-4-16:2016

Metallic communication cable test methods Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Extension of the frequency range to higher frequencies for transfer impedance and to lower frequencies for screening attenuation measurements using the triaxial set-up

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Standard number:BS IEC 62153-4-16:2016
Pages:22
Released:2016-11-30
ISBN:978 0 580 92709 6
Status:Standard
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BS IEC 62153-4-16:2016


This standard BS IEC 62153-4-16:2016 Metallic communication cable test methods is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 33.120.10 Coaxial cables. Waveguides
IEC 62153-4-16:2016(E) describes a method to extrapolate the test results of transfer impedance to higher frequencies and the test results of screening attenuation to lower frequencies when measured with the triaxial set-up according to IEC 62153-4-3 (method B) respectively IEC 62153-4-4. A similar approach to extrapolate the test results of transfer impedance to higher frequencies was already described in IEC 61196-1:1995 Subclause 12.2. This method is applicable for homogenous screens, i.e. screens having a transfer impedance directly proportional to length. The transfer impedance may have any frequency behaviour, i.e. it could have a behaviour where it does not increase with 20 dB per decade as observed for screens made of a foil and a braid.