BS IEC 62232:2011 - Determination of RF field strength and SAR in the vicinity of radiocommunication base stations for the purpose of evaluating human exposure

BS IEC 62232:2011

Determination of RF field strength and SAR in the vicinity of radiocommunication base stations for the purpose of evaluating human exposure

Status : Withdrawn, Superseded   Published : July 2011 Replaced By : BS EN 62232:2017

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IEC 62232:2011 addresses the evaluation of RF field strength or specific absorption rate levels in the vicinity of non-broadcast RF radiocommunication sources (i.e. RBS) intentionally radiating in the frequency range 300 MHz to 6 GHz according to the scope (see Clause 1). It does not address the evaluation of current density which exposure guidelines often do not consider to be relevant when evaluating RF fields in the intended RBS operating frequency range. This standard defines how a suitably qualified surveyor shall select between the described evaluation methods in order to prepare specific or generic evaluation plans and how to validate their implementation. When using this standard to establish RBS compliance, the full set of limiting conditions needs to be defined. These may include for example limits on human exposure to RF fields; the likelihood that people may have access to a specific location; specific decision rules for interpretation of uncertainty. This standard does not define such limits or the associated requirements for a safety programme. Further, this standard recognises that national regulators (or the test client) may establish rules (termed "assessment schemes") on how to interpret uncertainty when establishing compliance. However, this standard does provide guidance on how to apply the described evaluation methods consistent with such rules. Additional guidance can be found in Technical Report IEC 62669 [54]) which includes a set of worked case studies giving practical examples of the application of this standard.




Standard NumberBS IEC 62232:2011
TitleDetermination of RF field strength and SAR in the vicinity of radiocommunication base stations for the purpose of evaluating human exposure
StatusWithdrawn, Superseded
Publication Date31 July 2011
Withdrawn Date10 February 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60215, ISO/IEC 17025:2005, IEC 62209-2:2010, IEC 62209-1:2005
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC 62479:2010, GUM:1995, ETSI TR 102 457 V1.1.1:2006, CISPR 16-4-1:2004, IEC 62630:2010, ITU-R Recommendation F.592-4:2007, IEEE Std C95.1: 2005, IEC 62311, CISPR 16-4-2:2004, IEC 62669, ISO/IEC Guide 98-3:2008, IEEE C95.3:2002, IEC 60050-712:1992, IEC 60050-394:2007, IEEE Std 145-1993, IEC 60050-705:1995, IEC 60050-531:1974, EN 50492:2008, IEC 60050-121:1998
Replaced ByBS EN 62232:2017
International RelationshipsIEC 62232:2011
Draft Superseded By08/30136850 DC
DescriptorsElectromagnetic radiation, Radio antennas, Mathematical calculations, Antennas, Radiocommunication, Telecommunication systems, Physiological effects (human body), Measurement, Radio transmitters, Radiofrequencies, Field strength (electric), Magnetic fields, Testing conditions, Absorption, Electromagnetic fields, Communication equipment
ICS13.280
17.240
33.070.01
Title in FrenchDétermination des champs de radiofréquences et du DAS aux environs des stations de base utilisées pour les communications radio dans le but d'évaluer l'exposition humaine
CommitteeGEL/106
ISBN978 0 580 55621 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages184
File Size4.519 MB
Price£342.00


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