Mil-std-464

Mil-std-464

UNCLASSIFIED Department of Defense Interface Standard MIL-STD-464C Overview Joint Spectrum Center E3 & Spectrum Engineering Division, OS35 October 2018 UNCLASSIFIED UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION 1 UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION 2 UNCLASSIFIED MIL-STD-464C What it provides:

E3 interface requirements Verification criteria Applies to airborne, sea, space, and ground systems, including associated ordnance Applies to complete systems, new and modified What it does not provide: Go/No-Go or Pass/Fail test procedures E3 Requirements and Guidance Go/No-Go Pass/Fail Procedures A standard to establish requirements for how systems must interface with each other in the Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) arena UNCLASSIFIED UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION 3

UNCLASSIFIED MIL-STD-464C Format MAIN BODY (Specifies a base line set of requirements) Definitions General Requirements Detailed Requirements Notes UNCLASSIFIED APPENDIX Requirements (repeats standard in italics) Rationale Guidance Lessons Learned Verification Rationale Guidance Lessons Learned UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION 4 UNCLASSIFIED

E3 Requirements EMP Lightning External RF EME External to System EME issues Cross coupling of electrical currents Self-generated RF transmissions from antennas Unintentional conducted and radiated EM emissions Internal to System UNCLASSIFIED UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION 5 UNCLASSIFIED Factors Affecting System Level EMC Non-metallic

Non-metallic materials materials with with unique unique electroelectromagnetic magnetic properties properties Factors Each Each system system to to be be compatible compatible with with itself, itself, other other systems systems && external external environments environments UNCLASSIFIED

Increasing Increasing use use of of commercial commercial equipment equipment in in unique unique military military environment environment UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION Critical Critical functions functions now now depend depend on on electronics electronics Wide Wide use

use of of RF RF transmitters, transmitters, sensitive sensitive receivers, receivers, other other sensors sensors 6 UNCLASSIFIED System Level Approach Initial Design E3 Integration & Analysis Reports NATO ANEP 45 DOT/FAA/CT-86/40 SAE ARP4242 ADS-37A-PRF MIL-HDBK-237 An overall integrated EMC design and

verification approach must be established UNCLASSIFIED UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION 7 UNCLASSIFIED E3 Integration 1. Establish the external threat environment. The E3 integration approach can be organized into five activities 2. Identify system performing functions required during application of the external threat. 3. Establish the internal environment. 4. Design the system and equipment protection. 5. Verify the protection adequacy.

UNCLASSIFIED UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION 8 UNCLASSIFIED How to enroll for the FULL Introduction to MIL-STD-464, EMC Requirements for Platforms Course This has been an introduction to our full MIL-STD-464 course. For more information on how to enroll in the full course, go to: https://shortcut.dau.mil/cop/e3_Forms (Forms page to sign up for the full course) This 1-day course explains the evolution of MIL-STD-464 and the system level E3 requirements it mandates. The course describes the application and use of the baseline requirements provided in the standard and covers the E3 interface and performance requirements and verification criteria for airborne, sea, space, and ground systems, including ordnance. Also discussed are the use of tailoring, application of margins, and the effects of the increasing use of commercial items (CI) and nondevelopment items (NDI) in military operational environments. Course Outline: Scope Description of Standard Applicable Documents Definitions Purpose of Standard General Requirements

Detailed Requirements Development of MIL-STD-464 Data Item Descriptions (DIDs) To schedule a session at your location, contact: [email protected] https://shortcut.dau.mil/cop/e3_Learn (Main Spectrum/E3 training page) UNCLASSIFIED UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION 9 UNITED IN SERVICE TO OUR NATION UNCLASSIFIED 10

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