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Removing Wires, Increasing Performance

According to a Mobility Report from Ericsson, there will be 6.1 billion smartphone users by 2020, or about 75% of the world’s population at that time. Today, it is estimated that there are 2.6 billion smartphone subscriptions globally. The continuous usage of a smartphone during daily life requires more power, increasing the risk of experiencing a dead battery. This makes vehicle charging an even more important event in the daily life of consumers. As a result, the mobile communications industry is moving faster than ever to keep up with the way we use mobile devices.

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Introduction to Microwave Absorbers

Interest in microwave-absorbing material technology has been growing. As the name implies, microwave-absorbing materials are coatings whose electrical and/or magnetic properties have been altered to allow absorption of microwave energy at discrete or broadband frequencies. There are several techniques to achieve these properties. The goal of the absorber manufacturer is to balance electrical performance, thickness, weight, mechanical properties and cost.


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Introduction to Electrically Conductive Elastomers

The electrically conductive elastomers are based on dispersed particles in elastomers, oriented wire in solid or sponge elastomers, impregnated wire mesh screens or expanded metals. They provide highly conductive, yet resilient gasketing materials for EMI sealing as well as pressure and environmental sealing.

Corrosion of EMI Gaskets

Corrosion can manifest itself in many forms. Some common forms are galvanic, pitting, and crevice corrosion. However, galvanic corrosion is the major concern in shielding applications. Galvanic corrosion is driven by the interaction of the gasket and the electronic enclosure, since in a shielded joint there are often two dissimilar materials in intimate contact.

There are three conditions that must exist for galvanic corrosion to occur:

RF Design Considerations

RF hardware design is complex and oftentimes a challenge for embedded designers. For instance, parasitic effects that are not typically a concern in low frequency applications can have a major impact on RF performance as you move into higher frequency ranges. This white paper explores some of the key components of RF design and their implications on system performance.

While RF Design can be a challenge, following best practices and understanding key components and their implications on system performance can help you create a successful design.