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Roselectronics Developed Special Electromagnetic Shield Fabrics
18.08.2016 23:51
Roselectronics Developed Special Electromagnetic Shield Fabrics

Scientists and engineers of the Roselectronics holding have created a series of flexible materials for protection against electromagnetic radiations in the range from 500 MHz to 50 GHz.

      The innovation will be introduced at the International military and technical forum Army-2016 that will take place in the Moscow Region from September 6 to 11.

      The electromagnetic shield fabrics developed by specialists of the St. Petersburg entity of holding – JSC Ferrit-Domen, provide resistance of radio-electronic equipment to electromagnetic impacts. The materials are intended for protection of land and sea radio-electronic equipment.




Author: Vera Ivanova


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