Proper electromagnetic (EM) shielding is often essential for electronics products to successfully comply with electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) standards. Enclosures are one of the most common approaches towards preventing radiated electromagnetic interference (EMI) that would cause test failures. However, not all enclosures are created equally. Ventilation holes, slots, cables, and gaskets can negatively impact the shielding performance of enclosures.
This becomes a balancing act between meeting system requirements (e.g. temperature mitigation) and complying with regulatory EMC limits. This video will demonstrate how leveraging Ansys simulation tools provides a clear picture of your enclosure’s EM shielding effectiveness.
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