MIL-STD-464 Training is a 2-day course covers the RF Environmental Effects On Systems.
Participants will learn about MIL-STD-464 details, the US military’s requirements for electromagnetic environmental effects on the interfaces of sea, space, ground and airborne systems. To safeguard the operation and performance of these systems, each should be compatible with equipment within the system and related subsystems.
The course covers the design requirements and verification methods necessary to prevent or resolve these electromagnetic compatibility issues.
- Lifecycle of the system, including repair, maintenance, surveillance and corrosion control
- System performance requirements, tolerances and uncertainties
- Components, equipment and subsystems
- Intra-system electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
- External RF EME
- High-power microwave (HPM) sources
- Electromagnetic pulse (EMP)
- Subsystems and equipment electromagnetic interference (EMI)
- Radiated immunity, radiated emissions, conducted immunity and conducted emissions test requirements
- Electrostatic charge control
- Disperse electrostatic discharge (ESD) triggered by static effects, air flow, fluid flow, exhaust gas flow, personnel charging, launch vehicle charging and other causes
- Electromagnetic radiation hazards (EMRADHAZ)
- Life cycle, E3 hardness
- System performance and EMC requirements
- Electrical bonding
- External grounds
- Distribution of materials
- National security information.
- System radiated emissions
- EM spectrum supportability