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GB 14023-2011: Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engine -- Radio disturbance characteristics -- Limits and methods of measurement for the protection of off-board receivers

GB 14023-2011
Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engine - Radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement for the protection of off-board receivers ICS 33.100
L06
National Standards of People's Republic of China
Replacing GB 14023-2006
Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engines - Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement for receiver protection vehicle
Vehicles, boatsandinternalcombustionengine-
(IEC /CISPR12.2009, IDT)
Issued on. 2011-07-29
2012-01-01 implementation
Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of People's Republic of China Standardization Administration of China released
Table of Contents
Introduction Ⅲ
1 Scope 1
2 Normative references 1
3 Terms and definitions 2
3 4 disturbance limits
4.1 determine the compliance of the vehicle/boat/device 3 in accordance with the limits 4.2 peak and quasi-peak detector limits 5
4.3 average detector limits 5
5 Measurement 6
5.1 Measuring Instruments 6
5.2 Measurement site requirements 8
5.3 Test conditions 11
5.4 Data Collection 13
13 6 Evaluation Method
6.1 General 13
6.2 Application limit line 13
6.3 Assessment (General) 13
6.4 Type Approval Test 13
6.5 bulk product supervision and inspection (quality supervision) 14
6.6 R and D prototype rapid test (optional, only for emission measurements quasi-peak detector) 14 Appendix A (normative) statistical analysis of measurement results 15
Appendix B (normative) at a distance of 3m antenna alternative emission limits determined measurement procedure 17.00 Annex C (informative) antenna and feeder maintenance and calibration of 18 Structural features Appendix D (informative) Effect of ignition noise emitted by motor vehicles 22 Annex E (informative) ignition noise suppressor insertion loss measurement 23 Measurement methods Annex F (informative) determined that the ignition voltage ignition system noise suppressor attenuation characteristics 28 Annex G (informative) checking the suitability of a flowchart 36 GB 14023 1 decision diagram flowchart of a method of compliance 4
Figure 2 antenna measured at a distance of 10m harassment limits (peak and the quasi-peak detector) 5 Figure 3 antenna measured at a distance of 10m disturbance limits (average detector) 6 Measurement Site Map 4 vehicles and apparatus (outdoor test site) 8
5 ship to survey the site (outdoor test site) 9
6 measuring radiated disturbances vertically polarized antenna position --- 10 Measuring 7 radiated disturbances position --- horizontally polarized antenna 11 Figure B.1 maximum antenna angle determined 17
Figure B.2 a gain reduction calculations 17
Figure C.1 determine alternative antenna coefficient (measured at a distance 10m) 21 Figure E.1 test circuit 24
Figure E.2 general arrangement chamber 25
Figure E.3 Test lid detail 25
Figure E.4 chamber 26 Detailing
Figure E.5 straight type spark ignition noise suppressor (shielded or unshielded) 26 Figure E.6 right angle spark ignition noise suppressor (shielded or unshielded) 26 Figure E.7 noise suppression spark plug 26
Figure E.8 resistive distributor brush 26
Figure E.9 noise suppressor 27 points inside the distributor cap
Figure E.10 noise suppression distributor rotor 27
Figure E.11 noise suppression ignition cable (resistive or reactive) 27 Figure F.1 measuring arrangement (side view) 29
Figure F.2 measuring arrangement (plan view) 30
Figure F.3 ventilation pressure chamber 31
Figure F.4 distributor type ignition noise suppressor rectangular arrangement (plan view) 32 Figure F.5 voltage ignition member 33 is arranged
Figure F.6 distributor rotor measuring arrangement (plan view) 34
Figure F.7 damper ignition cable assembly 35 a side view of the test arrangement Table 1 Spectrum analyzer parameters 6
Table 7 Parameter 2 scanning receiver
Table 3 speed engine operation 12
Table A.1 statistical factor of 15
Table A.2 Example 15 sub-bands
28 Table F.1 Limits
Foreword
6.6 In addition to this standard are recommended, the rest are mandatory. This standard is identical with the International Special Committee on Radio Interference publication IEC /CISPR12.2009 "Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engines without Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement for the protection of the outside receiver "(Version 6.1). Taking into account the usefulness of national standards, deleted Content Appendix H "duration of the project," the.
This standard is GB 14023-2006 "Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engine driven devices - Radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and square Amendment Act ".
This standard applies to the frequency range of 30MHz ~ 1000MHz.
Changes in this major technical standard GB 14023-2006 made as follows. a) the name of the standard "vehicles, boats and means of radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement by the internal combustion engine-driven" to "car Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engines - Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement for the protection of "outside the car receiver. b) Add 3.6 "outdoor test site (OTS)" and 3.16 "battery" is defined.
c) no longer follow the original standard test method, this standard requires the use of a peak, quasi-peak and average detector test vehicle for two cases Measurement, namely "the power and the engine is not running (KeyOn, Engine-0ff)" and the "engine running (Engine-Run- ning) ". At the same time, changes to the compliance determination flowchart. d) 4.2 "peak and quasi-peak detector limits" to replace the original "Broadband emission" limit. e) 4.3 "average detector limits" instead of the original "narrow-band emission 'limits. f) set new spectrum analyzers and scanning receiver parameters.
g) In the description of the antenna, remove unused frequency band of the standard 0.15MHz ~ 30MHz reference antenna. h) in Appendix A, sub-band frequency range of examples to 30MHz ~ 1000MHz. Equivalent capacitance for - i) B "whip antenna (monopole antenna) performance equations and whip antenna matching characteristics of the amplifier to delete the original standard appendix Behalf of the law. "
j) amend Appendix G for determining the applicability of the standard flow chart. This standard replaces GB 14023-2006 "Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engine driven devices - Radio disturbance characteristics - Limits and methods of measurement." This standard by the National Standardization Technical Committee on Radio Interference (SAC/TC79) and focal points. This standard is drafted by. Shanghai Electric Apparatus Research Institute, China Automotive Technology and Research Center. Participated in the drafting of this standard. Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Co., Ltd., Shanghai Motor Vehicle Inspection Center. The main drafters of this standard. Shou Jian Xia Xu, Liu Yuan, Zhang Jun, Yang, Liu Xinliang, pipe Jun, Zheng Junqi, Yeqiong Yu, Liu Xin, Xing Lin. This standard replaces the previous standard release case. GB 14023-1992, GB 14023-2000, GB 14023-2006. Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engines - Radio disturbance characteristics Limits and methods of measurement for receiver protection vehicle
1 Scope
This standard specifies limits on the broadcast receiver for use in residential environments mentioned in the 30MHz ~ 1000MHz frequency range For protection. But can not meet the requirements of this standard on the new radio transmitter from the vehicle, boat or device within 10m of living environments Radio receiver or provide sufficient protection.
Note 1. Experience has shown that. comply with this standard may be used in the living environment other emission types (including radio transmitter outside the specified frequency range) access Receiver to provide satisfactory protection.
This standard applies to radio reception may cause interference sources of electromagnetic radiation. Such emission sources are.
a) driven by an internal combustion engine, electric drive vehicles, or both (see 3.1); b) driven by an internal combustion engine, electric or both driven vessel (see 3.2), the same measurement with the vehicle, unless it in this standard Their unique properties are clearly defined;
c) an internal combustion engine equipped with the device or battery power (see 3.3). Reference to the flowchart in Appendix G to help determine the applicability of this standard. This standard does not apply to aircraft, household appliances, traction system (trains, trams and trolleybuses) and non-complete vehicles. For two Trolleybus mode (for example, either with AC/DC power source, the internal combustion engine and the available drive), internal combustion engine driven in part, of the standard range Domains, and AC/DC power supply driving portion is not within the standard category. Note 2. The protection of the onboard receiver, see GB/T 18655.
Vehicle connected to the measuring electromagnetic disturbance on a charge when the power is not included in this standard. Users can refer to this situation to provide for Relevant national standard measurement methods and limits.
2 Normative references
The following documents for the application of this document is essential. For dated references, only the dated version suitable for use herein Member. For undated references, the latest edition (including any amendments) applies to this document. GB/T 4365 Electrotechnical terminology Electromagnetic compatibility (IEC 60050 (161).1990, IDT) GB/T 6113.101 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 1-1. Radio disturbance and anti- Interference measuring equipment measuring equipment (CISPR16-1-1.2006, IDT) GB/T 6113.103 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 1-3. Radio disturbance and anti- Disturbance of disturbance power auxiliary equipment (CISPR16-1-3.2004, IDT) GB/T 6113.104 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 1-4. Radio disturbance and anti- Interference measuring equipment radiation harassment (CISPR16-1-4.2005, IDT) GB/T 18655 vehicles, boats and internal combustion engines - Radio disturbance characteristics for the protection of the onboard receiver limits and methods of measurement (IEC /CISPR25.1995, IDT)
CISPR16-2-3.2006 radio disturbance and immunity measuring apparatus and methods - Part 2-3. disturbance and immunity Measurement methods radiated disturbance measurements (Specificationforradiodisturbanceandimmunity measuring apparatusandmethods-Part 2-3. Methodsofmeasurementofdisturbancesandimmunity-Radiated disturbancemeasurements)
3 Terms and Definitions
GB/T 4365 defined by the following terms and definitions apply to this document. 3.1
Vehicle vehicle
Work on land or manned cargo machinery.
Note. vehicles, including (but not limited to) passenger cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, agricultural machinery, construction machinery, material handling equipment, mining equipment, vehicles and ground handling Snow vehicles.
3.2
Boat boat
Traveling on the water, no longer than 15m vessels.
3.3
Apparatus device
Driven by internal combustion engines, mainly used for passenger or cargo is not mechanical. Note. The device includes (but not limited to) chain saws, irrigation pumps, snow machines, air compressors, push floor processor (walkbehindfloortreatmentma- chines) and garden equipment.
3.4
Pulse ignition noise impulsiveignitionnoise
By a vehicle, boat or ignition system generated within the device main undesirable electromagnetic pulse emission properties. 3.5
Ignition noise suppressor ignitionnoisesuppressor
High voltage ignition circuit to limit the portion of the pulse ignition noise emission. 3.6
Outdoor test site outdoortestsite; OTS
Similar to the GB/T 6113 provisions in the open test site, but do not require ground plane, and different sizes. Note. This standard provides specific requirements.
3.7
Resistive distributor brush resistivedistributorbrush
Mounted ignition distributor cap resistive brush.
3.8
Frequencysub-band sub-band
For statistical evaluation of experimental data measured by the sweep, while 30MHz ~ 1000MHz frequency range of a specified period of the spectrum. 3.9
Typical frequency representativefrequency
A sub-band for the specified frequency and limits for comparison (only for 6.4 and 6.5 and Appendix A). 3.10
Feature level characteristiclevel
Leading emission level in each sub-band of. Feature level in the two directions of polarization and antenna in a vehicle, boat or device The maximum measured value of all the provisions of the azimuth measurements obtained (known environmental signals do not feature as part of the level). 3.11
Tracking Generator trackinggenerator
Frequency locked to the frequency of the measuring instrument receives the test signal (continuous wave) generator. 3.12
RF disturbance power RFdisturbancepower
Absorbing clamp current transformers and radio frequency meter measured RF power. As RF disturbance voltage measurements, it also by peak Value or quasi-peak measurement mode.
3.13
Spark discharge sparkdischarge
The standard refers to the spark discharge energy stored in the ignition coil to form an arc in the measurement of the release of the spark plug electrodes. 3.14
Damping high-voltage ignition cable resistivehigh-voltage (HV) ignitioncable Having a high damping (attenuation) wire ignition cable.
3.15
Living environment residentialenvironment
Having a ring 10m and protected from the public low-voltage grid system or a battery as a power source between the harassment and the radio receiving point Habitat place.
Note. For example, apartments, private homes, entertainment venues, theaters, schools, streets and the like. 3.16
Power Battery tractionbatteries
Power for driving the electric vehicle battery.
4 disturbance limits
4.1 determine the compliance of the vehicle/boat/device based limits
30MHz ~ 1000MHz frequency range, the vehicle/boat/device shall conform to the following two conditions. --- The average value, mode of the vehicle/boat/device. "The power and the engine is not running (Key-On, Engine-Of)" (see 5.3.2.1), --- Mode peak or quasi-peak limits, vehicle/boat/device. "The engine is running (Engine-Running)" (see 5.3.2.2) Limits given in this standard takes into account the uncertainty.
Figure provides a method of determining compliance 1.
Since a peak detector measurement value is always greater than or equal to the quasi-peak and average detector measured data, and the peak limits applicable is always higher than or equal to Quasi-peak and average limits. Single detector test measuring method enables simplified, and accelerate the progress of the test. b The flowchart applies to each individual test frequencies, for example, only a few points need to exceed the limit of frequency respectively quasi-peak detector and the average detector Re-measurement.
Figure 1 flowchart of a method of determining compliance with
4.2 peak and quasi-peak detector limits
When measuring 10m antenna distance, use peak or quasi-peak detector measuring the emission limits in Figure 2 tables and curves. measuring , Only you need to select a bandwidth of 2 in FIG. In order to more accurately determine the limits, the limits given by the formulas in Figure 2 should be used. If the measurement A distance of 3m, the limit should be increased 10dB. 1)
1) When using different detector models and measuring the distance, if the measurement result of conflict, the provisions of this standard to the quasi-peak detector and 10m measuring distance Measurement results shall prevail.
Limit LBW [dB (μV/m)] --- bandwidth detector and frequency f (MHz) function Note 1. provided with driving motor vehicles, see 5.3.2.
Note 2. The peak measurement, see 5.4.
Note 3. An accumulation of empirical data, the correction coefficient between 120kHz bandwidth and a quasi-peak and peak measurements is 20dB. Figure 2 antenna measured at a distance of 10m harassment limits (peak and the quasi-peak detector) 4.3 average detector limits
Antenna measurement distance of 10m, using the average detector measurement of emission limits shown in Figure 3. It does not contain more than the operating frequency of 9kHz Electronic oscillator vehicle/boat/device may be regarded as the average meet the requirements without the need for the average detector test. In line with GB/T 18655 The average vehicle emission requirements/boat/device provisions of Chapter 5, is also considered to meet the requirements of the average of the limits specified in this section, no longer into Step measurement.
If the antenna measurement distance is 3m, the limit should be increased 10dB. Appendix D CISPR16-2-3 explained CISPR average detector and comply CISPR16-1.1999 average value detector the difference. Both detectors can be used in this standard, as pulse repetition rate of the internal combustion engine is higher than 10Hz. Note. For a 6.4 type certification tests, you can use an alternative method, this alternative method is based on standards of other countries, can be adjusted on the details. This An alternative type approval test for the receiver can be installed by car/boat/device. If the average value according to GB/T 18655 Test Method for Vehicle Detector to measure the transmitted signal strength of the car/boat/radio antenna installed on the device is lower than in the 76MHz ~ 108MHz frequency range 20dB (μV) (10μV), the car/boat/device can be considered in line with the average radiation emission limits without the need for further measurements. Figure 3 antenna measured at a distance of 10m disturbance limits (average detector) 5 measurement method
5.1 Measuring Instruments
Measuring instruments shall comply with GB/T 6113.101 requirements, manual or automatic frequency scanning may be used. Note. Spectrum analyzers and scanning receiver is particularly suitable for disturbance measurements. For peak detector the same bandwidth, spectrum analyzers and scanning receivers squarewave Peak type shown greater than quasi-peak. Since the peak detector faster than the quasi-peak detector scanning speed, so emission measurement using a peak detection easier. When using the quasi-peak limit, in order to improve efficiency may also be measured using a peak detector. Any of the peak value is equal to or exceeds the test When the test limit, the quasi-peak detector remeasured.
5.1.1 Spectrum Analyzer parameters
Shall be in accordance with CISPR frequency band and detection methods used to adjust the scanning speed of the spectrum analyzer. The maximum scan rate shall comply with the CISPR16-2-3 requirements.
Select the appropriate spectrum analyzer bandwidth, so that the noise floor is lower than the limit of at least 6dB. NOTE. In order to achieve 6dB below the limit of noise floor requirements, you can use the preamplifier between the antenna and spectrum analyzer. Recommended scanning time and bandwidth are shown in Table 1 below.
Table 1 Spectrum analyzer parameters
Frequency Range
MHz
Peak detector quasi-peak detector average detector
RBWa BWb scan time Scan time Scan time RBWa
30 ~ 1000 100kHz/120kHz 100ms/MHz 120kHz 20s/MHz 100kHz/120kHz 100ms/MHz aRBW defined -3dB.
bBW defined -6dB.
If a peak measured with a spectrum analyzer, the video bandwidth of at least the resolution bandwidth (RBW) three times....

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