Year of Publication
William T. Smith
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards for an accredited test laboratory require that the measurement uncertainty of the measuring instruments be characterized. The CISPR 16-4 standard gives guidance to the magnitude of this uncertainty, but no method of characterization. This thesis describes a method to perform this characterization on a conducted emissions measurement system, taking advantage of full system analysis techniques to reduce the uncertainty to exceptionally low levels. In addition, a framework is introduced whereby uncertainty can decomposed into its constituent parts such that the laboratory operator can identify methods to improve the systems performance.
Menke, Robert A., "A FULL SYSTEM CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY OF A CONDUCTED EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT SYSTEM" (2005). University of Kentucky Master's Theses. 264.