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What is the standard which the Noiseken INS series Impulse Noise Simulator complies to?

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The Impulse Noise Simulator (abbreviated to INS) design comes from test equipment invented by an American computer manufacturer in late 60’s when events of malfunctions of digital equipment had just begun to emerge in society.  Now the INS method is the established test method in Japan and other Asian countries. 

The Impulse Noise Simulator (or equipment) were adopted by Japanese major electronics companies much earlier than the release of first international EMC standard (IEC 801-4), which was originally intended for Industrial-Process Measurement and Control Equipment for switching transients.  The followings are some examples of the industry standards referencing Noiseken INS or equivalent: 

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