IEC TR 61967-1-1:2015 

Integrated circuits - Measurement of electromagnetic emissions - Part 1-1: General conditions and definitions - Near-field scan data exchange format


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IEC TR 61967-1-1:2015(E) provides guidance for exchanging data generated by near-field scan measurements. The described exchange format could also be used for near-field scan data generated by simulation or computation software. It should be noted that, although it has been developed for near-field scan, its use is not restricted to this application. The exchange format can be applied to emission and immunity near-field scan data in the frequency and time domains. The scope of this technical report includes neither the methods used for the measurements or simulations, nor the software and algorithms used for generating the exchange file or for processing or viewing the data contained therein. This edition includes the following significant changes with respect to the previous edition:
- Addition of: 3D objects; Binary data files; Piece-wise linear time domain and frequency domain data; Vectors permitting rotation and offset of measurement and DUT reference planes; Transducer gain and probe factor can be complex; New keywords: Object3d, Mapobj, Maxhold, Datafileformat, Vx, Vy, Vz, Target, Software, Data_source.
- Updating of: Probe factor and corresponding keywords.
- Modification of: Keywords: Average.

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Publication typeTechnical Report
Publication date2015-08-28
Available language(s)English
TC/SCTC 47/SC 47A - Integrated circuitsrss
ICS31.200 - Integrated circuits. Microelectronics
Stability date  2025
File size1463 KB

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