The United States Department of Defense issued MIL-STD-461 in 1967 to integrate electromagnetic compatibility into the research and development stage for defense communications technology.
Various revisions of MIL-STD-461 have been released. Many military contracts require compliance to MIL-STD-461E. The latest revision (as of 2015) is known as "MIL-STD-461G".
While MIL-STD-461 compliance is technically not required outside the US military, many civilian organizations also use this document.
In 1999, MIL-STD-462 was combined with MIL-STD-461D into MIL-STD-461E.
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- Pierce, James D. (2009). Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Requirements for Military and Commercial Equipment (Master's thesis.). Monterey, CA: Naval Postgraduate School.