Then their charge polarity and charge density were measured with a Faraday cage
Inside the main building, hospitable astronomers took everybody down to their Faraday cage
This whole set-up was mounted on a Zeiss IM 35 inverted microscope, in a Faraday cage
, on an air table.
The iterative prototyping approach will be used in conjunction with the Faraday cage
facility to rapidly build and test different corona emitter configurations.
Contract notice:Acquisition of a faraday cage
with sound insulation for the optolysis platform of the physics laboratory
The compartment is a Faraday cage
which was invented in 1836.
As well as using innovative techniques to optimise the circuit designs, new ultra-low power wireless protocols and patent-pending techniques make it possible to overcome the Faraday cage
effect and transmit data through steel walls.
A Faraday cage
is being put in place to jam any signals.
Along with the nickel-plated housing, this forms a conductive shell - or Faraday cage
- around the electrical contacts to virtually eliminate electrical interference.
Solutions that appeal to so-called Faraday cage
are used for electromagnetic shielding which means dressing your living or working space in a metal shell, usually made of wire mesh form, bound to earth.
Then the Professor seriously examines the feasibility of erecting a Faraday Cage
around every exam room in the country to render such technology inactive' although, of course, she is much exercised by the question of what human rights issues this measure would raise and she agonises over how a teacher, invigilating an exam, might summon assistance in the event of an emergency, without a mobile phone.
Technologically, it would be relatively straightforward to stop mobile phones working, Professor Underwood said: "You put a Faraday Cage
around the exam room.