electric shielding

electric shielding

[i¦lek·trik ′shēld·iŋ]
(electromagnetism)
Any means of avoiding pickup of undesired signals or noise, suppressing radiation of undesired signals, or confining wanted signals to desired paths or regions, such as electrostatic shielding or electromagnetic shielding. Also known as screening; shielding.
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The restoration process is estimated to cost just over $500,000 and will feature an electric shielding system placed in front of the Byzantine-era Christian paintings and frescoes adorning some of its walls.