Radio-interference measurements and statistical methods
b) measuring methods common to several applications;
NOTE The method of connection, arrangement and use of equipment for the measurement of a particular source of disturbance is primarily the responsibility of the subcommittee dealing with that source, but liaison is maintained with Subcommittee A to achieve the maximum coordination.
c) treatment of uncertainties in CISPR compliance tests
d) sampling methods used in statistical interpretation of disturbance measurement results and used in correlating the measurement of disturbance with its effect on signal reception; for publication in CISPR basic EMC standards and related technical reports. Evaluation of proposals for methods of measurement developed by other CISPR subcommittees, and consideration of those proposals for publication in CISPR basic or product standards.
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