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 Title & Authors
Improvement of Shielding for Electromagnetic Compatibility
Chien, Tang Tan; Tu, Bui Thi Minh; Do, Tran Nguyen;
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 Abstract
This paper presents methods to improve the effectiveness of electromagnetic shielding. The slit appears in an enclosure`s surface to ventilate. Slits may also appear due to power supply lines or to serve as a communication link between electronic circuits inside and outside the box. We simulated electromagnetic radiation in different conditions in order to propose a method to improve the effectiveness of electromagnetic shielding to ensure electromagnetic compatibility using CST software (Computer Simulation Technology).
 Keywords
Electromagnetic shielding;Effectiveness of electromagnetic shielding;slit;Electromagnetic compatibility;CST;
 Language
English
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