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  1. Electronic enclosures for printed circuit boards that shield against electromagnetic interference (EMI) introduced by Elma

    Posted by John Keller FREMONT, Calif., 23 May 2010. Elma Electronic Inc in Fremont, Calif., is introducing an enhanced version of its Type 32 electronic enclosure with advanced EMI shielding . The Type 32 Enhanced has gasket spoons stamped into the aluminum along the frame to provide electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) shielding. The covers are folded in a rounded design that also helps contain electromagnetic interference (EMI) . The design of the extrusions allows printed circuit board or other component mounting directly. The Type 32 line of cases comes in 2U to 4U heights standard with various widths and depths. Customization is available. Other features include stylized rubber feet for desktop applications, optional carry handles, and other accessories. The aesthetic bezel conceals the front assembly screws. For more information contact Elma online at www.elma.com .

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    Sun, 23 May 2010

  2. ENCLOSURES AND CHASSIS: Electronic enclosures for printed circuit boards that shield against electromagnetic interference introduced by Elma

    Elma Electronic Inc in Fremont, Calif., is introducing an enhanced version of its Type 32 electronic enclosure with advanced EMI shielding.

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    Sun, 1 Aug 2010

  3. ENCLOSURES AND CHASSIS: Electronic enclosures for printed circuit boards that shield against electromagnetic interference introduced by Elma

    Elma Electronic Inc in Fremont, Calif., is introducing an enhanced version of its Type 32 electronic enclosure with advanced EMI shielding.

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    Sun, 1 Aug 2010

  4. Basic Elements of MIL-STD-461

    Learn about the industry standard that establishes interface and verification requirements for the control of the electromagnetic interference (EMI) emission and susceptibility characteristics of electronic equipment and subsystems designed for the U.S. DoD.   This free white paper starts with an ...

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    Mon, 6 Apr 2015

  1. Tackling electromagnetic interference

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2002

  2. Navy orders shipboard radios from General Dynamics for surface warships and submarines

    SAN DIEGO, 5 Aug. 2015. U.S. Navy shipboard communications experts are placing a $29 million order with General Dynamics Corp. to provide AN/USC-61(C) digital modular shipboard radios for Navy surface warships and submarines.

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    Wed, 5 Aug 2015

  3. Small-form-factor pluggable electromagnetic interference cage

    Officials of dataMate Products in Chicago, a division of Methode Electronics, are expanding the company’s line of small-form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceivers for Fibre Channel, Gigabit Ethernet, and InfiniBand applications.

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    Mon, 1 May 2006

  4. Agilent Technologies 3D electromagnetic simulation software targets EMI compliance

    SANTA CLARA, Calif., 1 June 2013.  Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE:A) has released its  Electromagnetic Professional (EMPro)  3D electromagnetic simulation software to help design engineers identify and resolve difficult electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems.

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    Sat, 1 Jun 2013

  5. Controlling the EMI Effects of Avionic Equipment in Aircraft

    Not protecting avionic equipment from electromagnetic interference (EMI) can result in detrimental consequences such as degradation or even malfunctioning. EMI can affect cockpit radios and radar signals, interfering with communication between pilot and control tower. Devices that can cause ...

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    Tue, 2 Jun 2015

  6. High-temperature rugged cabling splice kit for demanding military applications introduced by TE

    HARRISBURG, Pa., 13 May 2015. TE Connectivity in Harrisburg, Pa., is introducing the D-200 high-temperature, flexible rugged cabling splice kit for demanding high-temperature aerospace and defense applications.

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    Wed, 13 May 2015

  7. Rugged connectors for field radios, portable computers, and night vision introduced by ODU

    CAMARILLO, Calif., 4 May 2015. ODU USA Inc. in Camarillo, Calif., is introducing the ODU AMC high-density rugged connectors for harsh-environment military and aerospace applications like field radios, portable computers, night vision, and digital scopes.

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    Mon, 4 May 2015

  8. Flexible data transmission cabling for aerospace and defense introduced by Cicoil

    VALENCIA, Calif., 1 May 2015. Cicoil Corp. in Valencia, Calif., is introducing is introducing lightweight and flexible Cat 6a cabling for aerospace and defense applications that require repeating flexing.

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    Fri, 1 May 2015

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