The test facility located near Munich includes two anechoic chambers accessible to vehicles, two open area test sites (OATS) up to 30 m test distance, seven shielded rooms, safety and environmental testing equipment, a metrology laboratory and a telecommunication laboratory Gunter Mikes, CEO of mikes-testingpartners, says, "After more than 28 years of MIKES testing and certification business and continuous growth in all major industrial markets and regions I am delighted to join the highly recognized and internationally acting CSA Group.
What does OATS stand for?
OATS stands for Open Area Test Site
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- Organic Anion Transporting Polypeptide A
- Organic Anion Transporter Polypeptide-Related Protein 3
- Opiate Addiction & Treatment Resource
- Order of the Arrow Troop Representative (Boy Scouts of America)
- Ohio Auto Truck Recyclers Association (Columbus)
- Office Automation Technology and Services (FAA)
- Older Adult Transportation System
- Open Air Test Site
- Open Application Telephony Specification
- Open Architecture Test System
- Optical Alignment Transfer System
- Optical Attenuation Test Set
- Optimized Adaptive Trading System (stock market trading)
- Orbit and Attitude Tracking
- Order Administration and Tracking System (Sprint)
- Orthogonal Array Testing (test technique to provide maximum coverage from a test procedure with a minimum number of test cases)
- Osteochondral Autograft Transfer System
- Over-The-Air Activation Teleservice
- Office of the Assistant to the Secretary of Defense/Chemical and Biological Defense
- Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs (Australia)
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It is best is to measure an aircraft at an open area test site.
location features four open area test sites (OATS) for three-meter and 10-meter testing and a three-meter indoor test site.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- ESCO Electronics Corporation (NYSE: ESE) announced today that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will now accept emissions data collected from Gigahertz Transverse Electromagnetic (GTEM) cells in lieu of data taken at an open area test site.
The facilities include a FCC-listed semi-anechoic room and Open Area Test Site for EMI; thermal chambers; seismic and vibration shaker tables; a fully pollution-controlled fire test facility; lightning and surge test facilities; and airborne contamination laboratories.