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RF Coupling Networks/ LISN

Coupling decoupling networks (CDN), CN, CDND, CDNE and line impedance stabilization networks (LISN) are an essential component in EMC RF testing. Teseq offers a wide range of CDNs and LISNs used in different applications according to various international standards.

  • CDN

    IEC/EN 61000-4-6 specifies the design and performance of a range of coupling/decoupling networks (CDNs). AMETEK CTS offers an extensive range of CDNs (M, AF, S, CAN series) which fully comply with the requirements of the standard.

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  • CDND

    With the CDND series, AMETEK CTS offers coupling and decoupling networks for feeding in differential interference according to IEC/EN 61000-4-19 and IEC/EN 61000-4-31

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  • CDNE

    CISPR 15 edition 9 offers different methods for the measurement of radio disturbance characteristics of electrical lighting equipment. One of these is the CDNE method which specifies the use of a coupling_/_decoupling network for emission measurement (CDNE) to measure disturbance voltages in the 30 to 300 MHz frequency range.

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  • CN

    IEC/EN 61000-4-16 specifies the design and performance of a range of coupling networks. Each coupling network is related to the type of cable and connector. A specific 60 dB decoupling network is required in addition to the coupling network type M and AF.

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  • CT

    IEC/EN 61000-4-19 specifies the differential current test in the frequency range 2 kHz to 150 kHz. The CT 419-5 is fully compliant with the requirements of the standard and provides a simple and reliable method of injecting differential mode current into the EUT.

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  • LISN/ AMN

    The line impedance stabilization networks (LISN/ AMN) are used to measure disturbance voltages on the mains cable of an electrical instrument. Different types of LISNs are available as required by the application and international standard

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  • ISN/ AAN

    Impedance stabilization networks (ISN/ AAN) are defined for the measuring of conducted common mode disturbances on information technology equipment (ITE) as required in CISPR 22 and CISPR 32.

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