IEEE Std 2715™ Guide for the Characterization of the Shielding Effectiveness of Planar Materials

Alpesh Bobe, Davy Pissoort, Yoeri Arien, Colin Brench, Johan Catrysse, Haris Chowhdry, John Frederick Dawson, Alistair Duffy, Gary Fenical, Ed Hare, David Inman, Raouf Khan, Ali Khorami, Frank Leferink, Valter Mariani Primiani, Andy Marvin, Michael McInerney, Franco Moglie, Mike Oliver, Sarah ParkerVipul Patel, Nate Peachy, Anne Roc'h, Maria Sarto, Yeou Song Lee, Jamal Shafii, Jeff Stoller, Adrian Suarez Zapata, Alessio Tamburrano, Hongsen Wu, Nicholas Zagrodnik

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A set of standard methods and procedures for determining the shielding effectiveness of planar materials is provided. Such materials might comprise, but are not limited to, metals, coated plastics, fiber-filled polymers, textiles, and coated fabrics. The selection of the appropriate test method to determine the level of shielding provided in the intended application, to provide a basis for comparing the measuring results, is considered. Emphasis is placed on those measurement techniques that have been adopted through incorporation into standards, both commercial and military, or that have been used extensively in practice.
Original languageEnglish
TypeIEEE Standard
PublisherIEEE Standards Association
Number of pages54
Publication statusPublished - 5 May 2023

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