A Field Program and Instrumentation System for Electromagnetic Noise Measurements.
NTIS: PB/218-688/0 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :29 pages
Five conclusions reached by this study were: (1) a limited amount of good data has been obtained for characterizing the noise environment for electromagnetic (em) coal mine operational/emergency communications systems; (2) significant noise data gaps still exist; (3) suitable instrumentation and data analysis methods are available for filling these data gaps; (4) the immediate and most important data gaps should be filled by means of a timely field measurement effort that is purposely limited in scope and duration; and (5) this field measurement effort should preferably be carried out by a team knowledgeable and experienced in coal mine em noise measurements.
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NTIS: PB/218-688/0; Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
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