Learn how to find out which version of a standard is active and how to locate a copy of it. Many of the same principles discussed in this tutorial can be applied to finding other types of standards.
Many EMC standards can be found from IEEE Xplore. Some of these standards were developed solely by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and some were produced in conjunction with another organization. Not every EMC standard will be available here, but it is a good place to start.
It is possible that a standard was purchased for the library as a book, which might be a single standard or a collection of multiple standards. Generally, ANSI and ISO standards are purchased as single standards.
To find out if we have a particular standard that is not in IEEE Xplore, try several searches. Use various keywords that represent the title or standard number, since the standard might not be cataloged as you might think. For example, you could try UA Libraries Catalog keywords searches like:
If we don't have it, check the OhioLINK Catalog. If you cannot find what you need, please ask me. I am happy to help.