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Measuring Methodology of Conducted Disturbances Generated by Avionic Systems in Aircrafts

  • Wiesław SabatEmail author
  • Dariusz Klepacki
  • Kazimierz Kuryło
  • Kazimierz Kamuda
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 548)

Abstract

The problems connected with measurements of conducted disturbances emission for on-board devices installed in aircraft have been presented in this paper. The electromagnetic environment of aircraft has been characterized. Referring to the requirements determined in Section 21 of the RTCA/DO-160G standard, the categories of avionics systems, acceptable disturbance values for individual categories, construction and requirements for test setup have been described. For the dedicated drive for the unmanned aerial vehicle, the results of the emission measurement were presented using the elaborated scripts in the Rohde&Schwarz EMC32 program.

Keywords

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Avionics Disturbances measurements 

Notes

Acknowledgments

Results of Statutory Activity of Rzeszow University of Technology were applied in this work. The work was developed by using equipment purchased in the Operational Program Development of Eastern Poland 2007-2013 of the Priority Axis I Modern Economics of Activity I.3 Supporting Innovation under Grant No. POPW.01.03.00-18-012/09-00 and the Program of Development of Podkarpacie Province of The European Regional Development Fund under Grant No. UDA-RPPK.01.03.00-18-003/10-00.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wiesław Sabat
    • 1
    Email author
  • Dariusz Klepacki
    • 1
  • Kazimierz Kuryło
    • 1
  • Kazimierz Kamuda
    • 1
  1. 1.Rzeszów Univesity of TechnologyRzeszówPoland

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