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EMI Shielding

Posted: 09 May 2018 / in Blog

Shielding in our everyday lives...

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) also called radio-frequency interference (RFI), is a disturbance produced by an external source that affects an electrical circuit. EMI can disrupt electronic devices, equipment, and systems that are used in critical applications.  A few examples of everyday industries include medical, military, and aerospace electronics, mass transit systems, industrial touch screens, and navigation and vehicular control systems. The causes of EMI are numerous, and include both man-made and natural sources. EMI shielding gaskets are mechanical devices that help protect electronics from electromagnetic interference.

The 3G system has been proven in hundreds of wireless devices used in applications such as GPS, WLAN, Last Mile & Broadband Access, PDAs and Remote Asset Management. This advanced RF/EMI shielding systems is in use today for a number of Central Office and Wireless Base Station applications, enabling superior RF performance in a variety of demanding environments. Chances are that if you are using a wireless communication network, you are relying on circuitry protected by 3G Shielding Solutions.

We provide PCB shielding solutions to leading base stations and access point manufacturers, operating in a wide cross-section of frequencies and technologies. From indoor-based coverage enhancement to outdoor-mounted high-speed networks, we offer comprehensive solutions for wireless network access points. Our multi-cavity solutions enable the tightest physical configurations possible while providing the required performance levels for long-life and reliable operation.

We support central office or end-user devices such as wireless or satellite modems, precision GPS receivers, wireless terminals, wireless routers, radio modules, test instruments, marine transmitters, scientific devices, and any other electronic appliances requiring PCB-level shielding for performance or compliance reasons.

Speak to one of our application engineers today to learn more!