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MAJR Products’s Knitted Wire Mesh: The Ultimate in Engineering & Flexibility

How many times have you wished you had one material – a “go to” choice for easier product design and engineering in EMI/RFI shielding applications – that offers: Superior EMI attenuation; Multiple materials available including monel and ferrous; Production-friendly capabilities for the prototype or large production runs; And is able to be shaped into 1000’s…

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EMI Vent Panels: Standard and Custom Products from MAJR

EMI Vent Panels: Standard and Custom Products from MAJR Air flow is an important part of many military electronic systems. Keeping equipment cool and air flowing is paramount to long term electronic system stability but creating openings for cooling can cause engineering issues. During design and manufacturing many electronic systems needing protection from EMI/RFI will…

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MAJRabsorber™: The Latest Innovation in RF Absorber Material

MAJRabsorber™: The Latest Innovation in RF Absorber Material Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a major issue anywhere electronic circuits are found. Mitigating factors like increases in device frequency, high integration in electronic systems, higher power densities, and reductions in PCB thickness and size all contribute to EMI.  Shielding electronic devices from electromagnetic noise with conductive materials,…

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How to Use Our EMI/RFI Shielding Design Flow Chart

Once you’ve determined that your systems or components need isolation from surrounding electromagnetic fields, or to block the transmission of additional signals, designing the appropriate enclosure is crucial.  Our shielding design flow chart can help designers and engineers navigate the varied types of EMI/RFI shielding materials available to choose the right materials that meet your…

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EMI/RFI Shielding For Medical Device Applications

EMI / RFI Shielding For Medical Device Applications Take any average-sized hospital in the U.S. and count the number of electronic devices in use. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), that number averages over 10,000. Imagine all those separate life-saving devices – magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT or CAT), Electromyography (EMG) and…

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HEMP Danger Requires EMP Shielding

Fortunately, the chance of a direct military attack on America from a foreign country is very slim. However, as we’ve seen from 9/11 and other terrorist attacks on our soil, the chance of a smaller and more terroristic threat is still very real. One of those types of attack is from a High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse…

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Find the Right Products with Our EMC Consulting Services

Many engineers understand the basics of EMC, but those in the medical, telecom, defense, and manufacturing industries may not have the resources or personnel to fully integrate EMC into their products to meet the standards set by their industry. In response to this need, MAJR Products offers EMC consulting services to bring products from the…

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IP Ratings & Conductive Rubber

Conductive rubber in any form helps defense agencies and commercial electronic product industries meet environmental and EMI/RFI emissions requirements, which is crucial to protecting the integrity of susceptible applications like HVAC systems, power and signal panels, door and panel hinges, latches and brackets, floor drains, structure seams and ISO intermodal, container brackets, antenna mounts, cable…

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TEMPEST, SCIF, and Electronic Shielded Enclosures

For systems to be certified to TEMPEST (Telecommunications Electronics Material Protected from Emanating Spurious Transmissions) specific test standards need to be passed such as NSA No. 94-106 for shielded enclosures and other NSA standards depending on the intended environment and operation. The TEMPEST certified telecommunications electronic enclosure needs to be a “Faraday Cage”. A Faraday…

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TEMPEST, SCIF, and Electronic Shielded Enclosures

For systems to be certified to TEMPEST (Telecommunications Electronics Material Protected from Emanating Spurious Transmissions) specific test standards need to be passed such as NSA No. 94-106 for shielded enclosures and other NSA standards depending on the intended environment and operation. The TEMPEST certified telecommunications electronic enclosure needs to be a “Faraday Cage”. A Faraday…

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