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Providing relevant information on cutting-edge manufacturing materials and processes to help our partners move from idea to ignition.

RF Shielding Material Guide

Key Points RF shielding materials must be conductive in order to be effective. Material quality matters for both RF shielding enclosures and RF shielding gaskets. Even with high-quality materials, you need a high-quality manufacturing partner to make an effective RF shield. It’s not easy to design a radio frequency (RF) shield. You have to tailor the design to your specific application and device, and you have to make it effective. As if those two tasks weren’t enough, you then have to figure ...

8 RF Shielding Techniques to Know About

Die Cut Gaskets eGuide: 5 Frequent Design Oversights & How to Address Them

If you make a mistake during the design phase, you run the risk of going over budget and not receiving your solution in time. Our latest eGuide will help you avoid these common design oversights. Get a free copy by subscribing to our blog.

What is RF Shielding Effectiveness?

RF Absorbers for Military Applications

RF Shielding Solutions: A Breakdown of Modus's Capabilities

The Best Process for Building a Custom RF Shield

5 Manufacturing Methods for Shielding RF Signals

Key Points There’s more than one way to manufacture a radio frequency (RF) shield. While the manufacturing methods used for your RF shield will depend on the design, CNC milling and form-in-place gasket dispensing are the most likely candidates. An experienced manufacturing partner can advise you on the best manufacturing method for your unique RF shield design. Frank’s machine shop around the corner will probably tell you there’s only one way to manufacture an RF shield, and the shop that just ...

RF Shields: Why a Vertically Integrated Partner is Best

RF Shield Design Guide

RF Blocking: RF Shields vs. RF Absorbers

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