You now have a great understanding of the basics of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and how to determine what kind of problems you may have. You understand the significance of proper installation and how to define the important performance characteristics that your system requires. You also have a better idea of the different forms of EMI shielding materials that are available to you and how to determine good shielding effectiveness from poor shielding effectiveness.
Finally, talk with the technical staff of potential EMI component suppliers. The good ones will be free with information, advice and samples. They will even be willing to help you diagnose your problem.
To learn more and to read through the EMI 101 5-part series, check back here on the “Engineers Knowledgebase”.