Get 148–2013: State Primary Special Standard of Units of Electric and Magnetic Pulse Field Strengths with Pulse Rise Time in the Range from 0.1 to 10.0 ns
Data on the composition and basic metrological characteristics of State Primary Special Standard GET 148–2013 of the units of the strength of electric and magnetic pulse fields with pulse rise time in the range from 0.1 to 10.0 ns are presented. GET 148–2013 reproduces electromagnetic pulses of amplitude up to 300 kW/m (800 A/m) with minimal pulse rise time 100 ps. A new regime of reproduction of the unit of high pulse strength by the method of voltage–field–voltage double conversion is investigated. For this purpose, a comparator constructed on the basis of the principles of microwave photonics with rise time of the leading characteristic less than 100 ps is to be introduced into GET 148–2013.
Keywordsstandard pulse electric field uncertainty TEM cell
The present study was completed with the use of equipment of the Center for collective use of high-precision measurement technologies in the field of photonics created on the base of VNIIOFI and supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia within the framework of Agreement No. 14.595.21.0003 of 08.28.2017 (unique identifier RFMEFI59517X00003).
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