Most shielding applications are based on Faraday Cage shield technology and are used in the wireless and electronic industries – for EMC, RFI testing and for other purposes.
We are constantly surrounded by electromagnetic waves. For reliable testing and measurements in any DUT / UUT (device under testing / unit under testing) environments, it is necessary to isolate a space from its surrounding excess signals (noises). IGOS-MN develops and provides a wide range of shielding boxes for various devices and applications.
Lab applications require different attenuation levels, box sizes and fittings.
IGOS-MNs range of products can fit in any lab – on desktop tables or shelves – and can be easily installed on a standard Rackmount or a heavy duty cart for large enclosures.
Its design flexibility together with appropriate mechanical elements make testing more convenient and reliable.
Having the right shielding Box in your lab saves you the hassle, time and money in searching for expensive external labs.
Over-the-Air Testing is a method used to predict the performance and reliability of a wireless device in a real-life scenario. The device being tested is being placed inside a devoid of interfering signals testing chamber that simulates real-life situations.
The device is put under different testing conditions as it is being examined for its response to various situations. OTA testing is a method that ensures that the designed or selected devices will perform as they should by measuring their full signal paths and antenna performance.
In both labs and manufacturing facilities,many devices that work together emit radio or microwave transmissions in the work space.
In many applications, shielding is either required or even mandatory to ensure a safe working environment for the entire staff in the premises. Isolating the excess radiations through walls/rooms/enclosures that are shielded properly.
The best way to ensure that your staff stays safe from these excess radiations and signal reflections is by appropriate shielding, using the right material and frame design, as well as finding the right components and materials for each range of frequency and required attenuation levels.