Shielding Effectiveness Testing
Shielding Effectiveness: Attenuation is one of the principal indicators for measuring the effectiveness of electromagnetic interference shielding. Shielding effectiveness is a measure of the difference between an electromagnetic signal’s intensity before shielding and its intensity after shielding. Attenuation is marked in decibels (dB) that correspond to the ratio between field strength with and without the presence of a protective medium. Shielding Effectiveness or SE, is a measure of the attenuation of the RF energy on the outside of the shield, expressed in decibels.
The full SE report conducted by the independent lab CIEMS is now complete and is available below. In summary, the SE testing showed outstanding results using RadiWise with an overall all Shielding Effectiveness of over 90%.