White Paper

Cost Effective EMI/RFI Shielding Compounds

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Shielding electronic products successfully from electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a complex problem. Conductive thermoplastic compounds can reduce EMI by reflection or absorption. These compounds deliver significant advantages over metals by reducing weight, lowering costs, resisting corrosion, consolidating parts, and more.

This comprehensive report discusses primary uses of shielding plastics and compares advantages and costs of these alternatives. It also contains an excellent Q&A section to acquaint you with the basics on EMI shielding and regulatory compliance.

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