With the increasing proliferation of wireless devices, designers are challenged with various electromagnetic waves from multiple sources radiating at the same spectrum of frequencies resulting in electromagnetic interference (EMI). Radio-frequency (RF) emitting devices require effective isolation to limit the propagation of their interference to neighboring components to protect the end device from performance degradation.
As electronics move toward miniaturization, lighter weight, and higher speeds, these challenges become more significant as conventional shielding methods present functional and operational limitations. To address this, the Faraday cage is applied directly at the package level.
This webinar will cover Henkel’s latest materials, application process, test methods, and performance.
Authors: Jinu Choi, Xinpei Cao, Dan Maslyk