We often have design engineers come to us knowing that they need protection for their plastic enclosures, but they don't understand how shielding works. This EMI shielding whitepaper explains the key principles of effective shielding
Reedsburg, WI (PRWEB) October 25, 2010
VTI Vacuum Technologies Inc., a provider of EMI/RFI shielding for electronic device designers, recently partnered with William D. Kimmel, PE of Kimmel Gerke Associates, Ltd., to publish a whitepaper explaining the fundamentals of the EMC shielding process.
"We often have design engineers come to us knowing that they need protection for their plastic enclosures, but they don't understand how shielding works. This EMI shielding whitepaper explains the key principles of effective shielding," says Wil Fernandez, president of VTI Vacuum Technologies Inc. The whitepaper is available at http://www.vactecinc.com/emi_whitepaper.html.
"EMC Shielding Simplified" discusses basic physics and concepts to ensure shielding effectiveness, as well as the shielding materials used. In addition, the whitepaper further explains how to make shielding work properly, some typical shielding failures and how to solve those failures.
Since its inception in 1993, VTI has been known for their ability to deliver innovative, high quality EMI, RFI and ESD shielding solutions with on-time delivery for military, medical device, injection molding and other industries. Working with Kimmel Gerke Associates, Ltd. on this whitepaper, VTI solidifies its reputation as an industry leader in providing cost efficient and quality ESD, EMI, RFI shielding.
Learn more about VTI Vacuum Technologies EMI, RFI and ESD shielding capabilities by visiting our website at http://www.vactecinc.com.
VTI Vacuum Technologies Inc. is a privately-held company established in May 1993 in Reedsburg, Wisconsin. An ISO 9001-2008 certified company, it specializes in coating plastic electronic enclosures by providing EMI/RFI (electromagnetic interference/radio frequency interference) solutions for design engineers in the medical device and military communications markets. VTI Vacuum Technologies also provides value added process capabilities of robotically dispensed cure in place gasket materials to plastic or metal components. VTI also offers a corrosion resistant topcoat and has served as a prime contractor of CARC (chemical agent resistant coating on metalized plastic enclosures) for military metalized coating applications.
About Kimmel Gerke Associates, Ltd.:
Kimmel Gerke Associates, Ltd. is an electrical engineering consulting firm that specializes in electromagnetic compatibility. Principals, William Kimmel and Daryl Gerke, share over 80 years of experience in the electronics industry. With specialized knowledge and experience in design, applications and installations, Kimmel Gerke Associates, Ltd. assists with EMC problems, fixes, design and testing support, training and documentation needs.