Military standard (MIL-STD) is used to ensure products meet certain requirements for the U.S. Department of Defense. The five types of defense standards include the manufacturing process, interface, design criteria, test method, and standard practices. Abiding by these standards allows for uniform engineering and technical demands unique to military requirements.
MIL-STD-461 defines limits and test procedures for military equipment relating to electromagnetic interference (EMI). It is extremely important for EMI to stay under control in military equipment to remain undetected and to not cause interference with other equipment. The standard can be broken down into four different categories, conducted emissions, conducted susceptibility, radiated emissions, and radiated susceptibility. Each category contains varying limits and procedures based on the application and where the equipment is located.
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