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EMI and transient protection for MIL-compliant systems

9/21/2011 07:30 PM EDT
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Jakub.B
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Jakub.B   9/28/2011 1:25:58 PM
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Actually 461F introduced some important changes, there's an outline here: http://www.conformity.com/artman/publish/printer_237.shtml

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Kristin Lewotsky   9/22/2011 12:48:39 PM
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Hi MN, Thanks for commenting. You're correct, there is a 461F, but it's just a validation, not an actual change to requirements (at least according to what I read on the Big Site O' MIL specs). We should probably note that for completeness, though. All the best, K

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MN0   9/22/2011 6:52:33 AM
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Thanks - that's a decent overview. Just one point: the latest revision of MIL-STD-461 is actually "F".

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