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Need an RF Shielded Enclosure-See VTT! RF Shielded Enclosures are very useful. One of their most popular uses is in testing electronic devices for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). These enclosures provide the necessary low ambient floor necessary to perform EMC testing ensuring that the Device Under Testing (DUT) will meet the standards of the electromagnetic environment that it will ultimately function in. The devices also face challenging testing in order to determine their susceptibility to the allowed emissions in a “standard environment”. The electronic devices are also subject to emissions testing, determining if their electromagnetic interference (EMI) emissions will conform to the emissions in their future shared electromagnetic environment. At VTT, RF Shielded enclosures are individually constructed after design meetings to determine our customer’s requirements for their EMC testing needs.
Need an RF Shielded Enclosure-See VTT! The RF Shielded Pouch is essentially a small RF Shielded Enclosure. RF Shielded pouches are useful in protecting electronic devices inside them from tampering via wireless methods. These RF Shielded enclosures are extremely useful in government, businesses, and law enforcement agencies. Obviously, these enclosures are available in many shapes and sizes depending on the needs of the customer. The protective properties relate specifically to the properties of the conductive metalized textiles that make it up.
Need an RF Shielded Enclosure-See VTT! V Technical Textiles, Inc. is the world leader in custom design, construction, and delivery of soft sided RF Shielded Enclosures. We pride ourselves on our creativity, providing the best products available using our unique metalized textiles. Our products are extremely flexible and can grow with your company, continuing to meet your needs as they change. Please contact V Technical Textiles, Inc. to start designing your custom-made RF Shielded enclosure!
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