National (State Primary) Standard of electromagnetic field strength in the frequency range from 0.01 MHz to 43 GHz

The standard of electromagnetic field strength is created for research of electromagnetic emission, tests on electromagnetic compatibility, calibration of E-Field meters and antennas.

The standard consists of two parts: a GTEM camera (range 0.01-1000 MHz), and a anechoic chamber (range 1000-43000 MHz). The magnetic field strength is formed at a certain point inside one of the chambers, by means of a radiating antenna. The required power high-frequency signal is fed to the antenna.

Metrological characteristics


from 1 V/m to 10 V/m

from 0,01 МГц to 43 GHz

Uncertainty by type А (uA


Uncertainty by type В (uB)


Total standard uncertainty (uC)


Extended uncertainty (U)

U = 4,7·10-2

Equipment and devices that are part of the standard:

Setting №1 (0.01 MHz - 1 GHz):

- GTEM 1500 test chamber;

- signal generator SMC100A;

- amplifier BONN BSA 0101-100D;

- AR FL7006 field sensor with FI7000 interface;

- NARDA NBM-550 EMF voltage meter with field sensors;


Installation №2 (1GHz - 43 GHz):

- anechoic chamber;

- horn antenna R&S HF907;

- horn antenna A.H. SAS-585 Systems;

- horn antenna A.H. SystemsSAS-586;

- horn antenna A.H. Systems SAS-572;

- horn antenna A.H. SAS-588 Systems;

- SMF100A signal generator;

- G4-111 signal generator;

- amplifier BONN BLWA 0830-100 / 80D;

- amplifier BONN BLMA 2060-50;

- measuring receiver R&S FSMR 43;

- circuit analyzer Keysight N9951A.