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A CISPR 16-1-2 artificial mains network is required to provide a defined impedance at radio frequencies at the terminals of the equipment under test, to isolate the test circuit from unwanted radio-frequency signals on the supply mains, and to couple the disturbance voltage to the measuring receiver.
There are two basic types of artificial mains networks, the V-network which couples the unsymmetric voltages, and the delta-network which couples the symmetric and the asymmetric voltages separately.
For each mains conductor, there are three terminals: the mains terminal for connection to the supply mains, the equipment terminal for connection to the equipment under test, and the disturbance output terminal for connection to the measuring equipment.