b. Within the above definition of the Army Electromagnetic
Compatibility Program, equipment characteristics are controlled
through development and application of equipment standards and
specifications, through the controls imposed by the equipment
allocation procedures, and through test designed to confirm the above
The environmental impact, from the stand-point of
electromagnetic interference, of the operational use of such
modeling, test, and analysis and is controlled through doctrinal and
procedural development, documentation, training and inspection.
must be responsive to the real needs of the user, and must integrate
the user into a program which he understands and in which he
participates. Hence, there is a continued emphasis on feedback from
electronics activity are responsible for the preparation and
implementation of management procedures, practices and plans to
reduced to the practical limits, consistent with the accomplishment
of their mission. Among the measures specifically required are:
(2) Use of minimum required output power
bandwidth, maximum flexibility of tuning, and
maximum use of
(3) Use of time-sharing techniques.
(4) Maximum use of equipment
radiate electromagnetic energy.
project officers or other points of contact within appropriate staff
of the command.
(6) Training of
(7) Detecting, reporting, solving and correcting operational
electromagnetic compatibility problems, either through the use of
electromagnetic compatibility test and analysis facilities.