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The technique of preventing radio frequency interference (RFI) from harming sensitive mechanical components is referred to as electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding.
To absorb EMI carried via the air, it is screened by conductive coatings, metals, and laminates comprised of copper, aluminium, and stainless steel.
It also reduces corrosion and oxidation by obstructing the electromagnetic field inside a physical area using barriers made of conductive or magnetic materials.
As a result, it is widely used in a variety of industries, including automotive, defense, military, aerospace, healthcare, telecommunications, and information technology (IT).
Rapid industrialization is one of the primary factors driving market expansion. Furthermore, the increased use of EMI shielding in consumer electronics is propelling market expansion.
The North America EMI/RFI Filters Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
TTE Filters, a designer and manufacturer of RF and microwave filters for high performance applications, announced that its Instec Filters brand ML61 EMI/RFI filters have been qualified to the MIL-PRF-28861 military standard of the United States Department of Defense DLA Land and Maritime.
This series is currently available for use in military electronic systems to suppress and minimize broadband radio frequency interference, which would otherwise impair system performance.
These high-performance systems are used in military communication equipment such as oscillators, attenuators, and low-noise amplifiers. The ML61 series pieces are hermetically glass sealed at one end and epoxied at the other, with the placement of the glass seal depending on the arrangement.
According to MilSpec, the business may deliver these filters in configuration A (ML610) or configuration B (ML610) (ML611). For further details, please see the MIL-PRF-28861/12H specification.
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