Different Ways to Terminate a Shield
Many industries use shielded cables to keep data and power signals clean and provide dependable transmission. Shields keep electromagnetic interference (EMI) at bay, especially in sensitive or high-noise environments like airports and industrial facilities. However, using a shielded cable can make the installation process a little different. For a shield to work as effectively as […]Read more
What Is Electromagnetic Compatibility Testing?
Between phones, appliances, industrial equipment and other devices, electronics have become a key part of our everyday lives. Each piece of equipment emits electromagnetic energy, which can interfere with other devices. To ensure they all cooperate and work as intended, designers need to achieve electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Many organizations have created EMC testing standards for […]Read more