[SatNews] Intelligent Aerospace Global Aerospace Technology Network is providing an executive briefing as interference of waves and signals grow.
The world is increasingly electronic, with millions of waves and signals floating through the air and causing interference. The proliferation of advanced electronics and wireless solutions is driving the need to shield safety- and mission-critical systems from electromagnetic interference (EMI), also known as radio frequency interference (RFI). Interference, including EMI/RFI from other electronic devices and components, can result in a variety of negative consequences, such as causing safety- and mission-critical systems to malfunction.
More electronic devices are operating in more frequencies than ever before; in turn, systems are more sensitive to noise and interference, posing a challenge for aerospace and defense engineers and driving the need for EMI/RFI mitigation. Now more than ever, then, must aerospace engineers adopt effective and efficient EMI/RFI shielding at both the system level and board level.