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    Suitcase System 100-kV/m HPRF Source

    APELC’s EMP suitcase High-power RF source transmits a wideband RF pulse with an electric-field amplitude over 100 kV/m @ 1m. The suitcase is typically used to study electronic attack effects and electronic equipment vulnerabilities and may also be used for MIL-STD 464-testing.

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    Footlocker System 170-kV/m HPRF Source

    APELC’s Footlocker High-power RF source transmits a wideband RF pulse with an electric-field amplitude over 170 kV/m @ 1m. The Footlocker uses a 400-MHz dipole antenna backed by a corner reflector. The corner reflector is used to increase antenna directivity and to reduce the back-lobe radiated field. The Footlocker is typically used to study electronic attack effects and electronic equipment vulnerabilities from a mobile platform. It may also be used for MIL-STD 464-testing and demonstrating equipment survivability in an IEMI scenario.

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  • STAND WITH ANTENNA
    Test Stand & Antenna Modules

    APELC’s ATS-S-10 antenna test stand is designed for a wide variety of EMC testing, including MIL STD 464. The test stand uses APELC’s compact Marx generator with a family of plug and play wideband antenna modules with center frequencies between 60 and 500 MHz. The stand is constructed of heavy duty structural fiberglass and offers source height and polarization variability to suit your testing needs.

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  • Mobile Wideband Test System
    Mobile Wideband Test System

    The APELC Portable Wideband Test Source (PWTS) is a high-power wideband antenna system typically used for MIL-STD 464 testing, IEMI susceptibility, and threat-survivability demonstrations for electronic equipment. Wideband antennas available with this system include center frequencies of 60 MHz, 100 MHz, 250 MHz, and 400 MHz. Each antenna can be used in vertical or horizontal polarity. The system is stored in a weather-tight insulated refrigerated trailer and deployed and erected when needed for testing.

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