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STANAG_4203 - DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY JOINT...

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DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY JOINT INTEROPERABILITY TEST COMMAND FORT HUACHUCA, ARIZONA STANAG 4203, ANNEXES B AND C CONFORMANCE TEST PROCEDURES FOR EQUIPMENT TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH FREQUENCY RADIOS NOVEMBER 2002
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Page INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 1 APPENDICES ACRONYMS ................................................................................................................ A-1 REQUIREMENTS MATRIX ......................................................................................... B-1 TEST PROCEDURES ................................................................................................. C-1 REFERENCES ............................................................................................................. D-1 LIST OF FIGURES Figure C-1.1 Equipment Configuration for Measuring Transmitter and Receiver Frequency Range, Tuning and Frequency Tolerance ..................... C-4 Figure C-1.2 Equipment Configuration for Measuring Transmitter Frequency Stability ............................................................................................ C-4 Figure C-1.3 Equipment Configuration for Measuring Receiver Frequency Stability ............................................................................................ C-5 Figure C-2.1 Equipment Configuration for Transmitter Frequency Response ........... C-22 Figure C-2.2 Equipment Configuration for Receiver Frequency Response .............. C-22 Figure C-2.3 Equipment Configuration for Group Delay ........................................... C-22 Figure C-2.4 Equipment Configuration for Transmitter Time Delay .......................... C-23 Figure C-2.5 Equipment Configuration for Receiver Time Delay .............................. C-23 Figure C-3.1 Equipment Configuration for Phase Noise ........................................... C-30 Figure C-4.1 Equipment Configuration for Linearity .................................................. C-33 Figure C-5.1 Equipment Configuration for Spectral Containment of Transmitted Signals ............................................................................................ C-38 Figure C-6.1 Equipment Configuration for Modulation Subtest ................................. C-44 Figure C-6.2 Equipment Configuration for Morse Telegraphy ................................... C-45 Figure C-7.1 Equipment Configuration for Receive to Transmit Changeover Time ................................................................................................ C-50 Figure C-7.2 Equipment Configuration for Transmit to Receive Changeover Time ................................................................................................ C-50 Figure C-8.1 Equipment Configuration for Transmit Automatic Level Control ........... C-54 Figure C-8.2 Equipment Configuration for Automatic Gain Control Steady State ..... C-54 Figure C-8.3 Equipment Configuration for Automatic Gain Control Attack and Decay Time ..................................................................................... C-55 Figure C-8.4 Equipment Configuration for Automatic Gain Control Attack and Decay Time in DATA Mode ............................................................. C-55 iii
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued) LIST OF FIGURES (continued) Figure C-9.1 Equipment Configuration for Link 11 Data Link Operations Subtest .... C-61 Figure C-10.1 Equipment Configuration for Lower Sideband Subtest ......................... C-64 Figure C-11.1 Equipment Configuration for Automatic Gain Control Single Sideband/Independent Sideband Operation Subtest ...................... C-67 LIST OF TABLES Table B-1 STANAG 4203 Requirements Matrix ................................................... B-3 Table C-1.1 Procedures for Transmitter and Receiver Frequency Range and Tolerance ......................................................................................... C-5 Table C-1.2 Procedures for Frequency Stability of Transmitter ............................... C-9 Table C-1.3 Procedures for Frequency Stability of Receiver ................................... C-12 Table C-1.4 Frequency Range, Tuning and Accuracy Results ................................ C-18 Table C-2.1 Procedures for Transmitter Frequency Response ................................ C-23 Table C-2.2 Procedures for Receiver Frequency Response .................................... C-24 Table C-2.3 Procedures for Group Delay ................................................................. C-24 Table C-2.4 Procedures for Time Delay .................................................................. C-26 Table C-2.5 Frequency Response, Group and Time Delay Results ........................ C-27 Table C-3.1 Procedures for Phase Noise ................................................................ C-30 Table C-3.2 Phase Noise Results ............................................................................ C-32 Table C-4.1 Procedures for Linearity ....................................................................... C-34 Table C-4.2 Linearity Results ................................................................................... C-36 Table C-5.1 Procedures for Spectral Containment of Transmitted Signal Subtest ..C-38
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