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ANSI N42.38-2006

American National Standard Performance Criteria for Spectroscopy-Based Portal Monitors Used for Homeland Security

This standard describes the performance requirements for Radionuclide Identifying Portal Monitors, also referred to as Spectroscopic Portal Monitors. The requirements stated are based on monitors used in support of efforts associated with the Department of Homeland Security

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