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IEEE/ANSI N42.32-2016

American National Standard Performance Criteria for Alarming Personal Radiation Detectors for Homeland Security

IEEE/ANSI N42.32-2016

American National Standard Performance Criteria for Alarming Personal Radiation Detectors for Homeland Security


IEEE/ANSI N42.32-2016

Американский национальный стандарт Критерии эффективности для Тревожные Личные излучения для национальной безопасности


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IEEE/ANSI N42.32-2016 American National Standard Performance Criteria for Alarming Personal Radiation Detectors for Homeland Security

IEEE/ANSI N42.32-2016 Американский национальный стандарт Критерии эффективности для Тревожные Личные излучения для национальной безопасности

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This standard describes minimum performance requirements and test methods for evaluating the performance of alarming personal radiation detectors (PRDs) for homeland security applications. PRDs are pocket-sized battery-powered alarming electronic instruments that are worn on the body and used to detect photon-emitting, and optionally neutron-emitting, radioactive materials. PRDs have user-readable displays related to the intensity of radiation, but they are distinct from, and typically more sensitive than, electronic personal dosimeters, which are designed to measure the dose equivalent to workers occupationally exposed to radiation. The performance criteria contained in this standard are meant to provide the means for verifying the capability of the PRDs to reliably detect changes above background levels of ionizing radiation fields and alert the user to these changes. This standard also specifies the requirements and test methods for environmental, electromagnetic, and mechanical conditions that may affect the ability of the PRDs to function properly. This standard does not apply to spectroscopic PRDs that have the ability to identity radionuclides. The ANSI N42.48 standard [B12] covers spectroscopic PRDs.1 This standard does not apply to instruments that are primarily intended

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[5] National Committee on Radiation Instrumentation

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