Methods of measurement on radio receivers for various classes of emission - Part 3: Receivers for amplitude-modulated sound-broadcasting emissions

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Meßverfahren für Funkempfänger für verschiedene Sendearten - Teil 3: Radiofrequenzmessungen an Empfängern für amplitudenmodulierte Sendungen

Méthodes de mesure applicables aux récepteurs radioélectriques pour diverses classes d'émission - Partie 3: Récepteurs pour émissions de radiodiffusion à modulation d'amplitude

Methods of measurement on radio receivers for various classes of emission - Part 3: Receivers for amplitude-modulated sound broadcasting emissions - Amendment A1 (IEC 60315-3:1989/A1:1999)

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15-Apr-1999
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16-Apr-1999
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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 60315-3:2001/A1:2001
01-marec-2001
Methods of measurement on radio receivers for various classes of emission - Part
3: Receivers for amplitude-modulated sound broadcasting emissions -
Amendment A1 (IEC 60315-3:1989/A1:1999)

Methods of measurement on radio receivers for various classes of emission -- Part 3:

Receivers for amplitude-modulated sound-broadcasting emissions
Meßverfahren für Funkempfänger für verschiedene Sendearten -- Teil 3:
Radiofrequenzmessungen an Empfängern für amplitudenmodulierte Sendungen

Méthodes de mesure applicables aux récepteurs radioélectriques pour diverses classes

d'émission -- Partie 3: Récepteurs pour émissions de radiodiffusion à modulation
d'amplitude
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 60315-3:1999/A1:1999
ICS:
33.160.20 Radijski sprejemniki Radio receivers
SIST EN 60315-3:2001/A1:2001 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN 60315-3:2001/A1:2001
NORME
CEI
INTERNATIONALE
IEC
60315-3
INTERNATIONAL
1989
STANDARD
AMENDEMENT 1
AMENDMENT 1
1999-02
Amendement 1
Méthodes de mesure applicables
aux récepteurs radioélectriques
pour diverses classes d'émission –
Partie 3:
Récepteurs pour émissions de radiodiffusion
à modulation d'amplitude
Amendment 1
Methods of measurement on radio receivers
for various classes of emission –
Part 3:
Receivers for amplitude-modulated
sound-broadcasting emissions
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SIST EN 60315-3:2001/A1:2001
60315-3 Amend. 1 © IEC:1999 – 3 –
FOREWORD

This amendment has been prepared by subcommittee 100A: Multimedia end-user equipment,

of IEC technical committee 100: Audio, video and multimedia systems and equipment.

The text of this amendment is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
100A/110/FDIS 100A/118/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this amendment can be found in the report on

voting indicated in the above table.
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3.2 Method of measurement
Replace note 1 in a) by the following text:
1 Unweighted noise measurements using a wide-band filter or A-weighting noise

measurements may be made if required (see clause 6 of IEC 60315-1). In these methods,

noise is measured with an r.m.s. meter (preferably a true r.m.s. meter). The method used

should be clearly stated with the results.
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3.4.3 Noise-limited sensitivity
Add the following note to the end of the paragraph:

NOTE – The unweighted noise measurement may be used if required. The method used should be clearly stated

with the results.
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5.3 Presentation of results
Add the following sentence:
An example is shown in figure 4.
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6.3 Presentation of results
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An example is shown in figure 5.
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8.2 Presentation of results
Add the following sentence:
An example is shown in figure 6.
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10.3 Presentation of results
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Examples are shown in figures 7, 8 and 9.
10.5 Presentation of results
Add the following sentence:
An example is shown in figure 10.
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11.3 Presentation of results
Add the following sentences:
An example is shown in figure 11.

In the case of a receiver which is designed to receive emissions using pre-emphasis, the de-

emphasis characteristics of the receiver may be presented on the same graph, as a second

ordinate.
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15 Single-signal beat-notes
15.1 Introduction

In the second last line of the first paragraph, replace “sub-multiples” by “subharmonics”.

Replace items a) and b) by the following text:

a) harmonics and subharmonics of the intermediate frequency: mf/n, where m and n are

positive integers and f is the intermediate frequency. These give rise to a.f. beat-notes

(whistles) when f = pf, where f is the operating frequency, p may have the following

d i d

values for example: 1/3, 2/3, 4/3, 5/3, 2, 3, 4, 5. Of these, p = 2 and p = 3 are the most

important for MF band receivers of conventional design;
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b) harmonics and subharmonics of internal clock or oscillator frequencies mf /n, where m and

n are positive integers and f is a clock frequency. These signals may give rise to a.f. beat-

notes (whistles) when:
f= f
Delete the paragraph after item b) starting “As a consequence of ......”.
Replace item c) by the following text:

c) intermodulation products of harmonics of the local oscillator frequency and harmonics and

subharmonics of the internal clock or oscillator frequencies: mf /n – l(f + f ), where m, n

c d i

and l are positive integers. These signals may give rise to a.f. beat-notes (whistles) when:

m l±1
f= f f−
dc i
nl⋅ l

All combinations of l, m and n which can give beat-notes, in any frequency band of which

the receiver is designed, should be checked.
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15.2 Method of measurement
Replace item a) to item f), on pages 61 and 63, by the following text:

a) The receiver is brought under standard measuring conditions. With no signal input, tune the

receiver slowly over the tuning range while listening to the audio output and note the

frequencies at which audible whistles occur. Particular attention should be given to

frequencies near harmonics of the intermediate-frequency, and of any clock frequency

(such as for a tuning synthesizer), which fall within the tuning range.

b) An unmodulated r.f. signal is applied at the level corresponding to the noise-limited

sensitivity and the receiver is tuned slowly over the tuning range while listening to the audio

output. If any audible whistle is observed, adjust the input signal frequency to produce zero

beat (that is, as low an audio output frequency as possible) and note the input frequency.

c) At each of these frequencies, the modulation is set to zero and the signal frequency is

adju
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