electromagnetic shielding

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electromagnetic shielding

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′shēld·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Means, similar to electrostatic or magnetostatic shielding, for suppressing changing magnetic fields or electromagnetic radiation at a device.
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Additionally, the ORG1510-MK module combines OriginGPS' proprietary low-profile GNSS antenna with a dual-stage LNA, RF LDO, SAW filter, TCXO, RTC crystal and RF shield.
The stainless steel case not only looks sleek, but blocks radio frequency identification with its RF shield.
You may also need to remove an RF shield, typically by removing more screws, though you may also find items taped to the shield.
A customer was manufacturing an assembly that had a CSP placed right next to a large RF shield.
With three transition modes--Single Channel, Traverse All Channels, and Peak--it can assist with antenna placement, RF shield effectiveness, and wireless network stress testing.
The tab connecting the lid to the RF shield can be snipped and resoldered in seconds, minimizing downtime.
As it can be seen in FIGURE 1, the solder paste volume requirement for the RF shield would be vastly higher than a 01005 passive or 0.
Is for solder paste dots for passive components smaller than 0603, rework of BGA and QFN electrical connections, RF shield attach, low-volume/high-mix applications, and unique patterns of conductive epoxy.
The tab connecting the lid to the RF shield can be easily snipped and resoldered in seconds, minimizing downtime.
RF shield rework is difficult due to continually shrinking package sizes, reduction of pitch and reduced clear space available around components.
Together with its 4916 Antenna Coupler, the 4921 RF Shield and an up-to-date list for supported phones, the company provides a solution to support Go/NoGo testing of the latest wireless devices like mobile phones, wireless PDAs and EDGE/UMTS data cards.