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July 2003
Circuits Assembly;Jul2003, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p10
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According to an updated report from Business Communications Co. Inc., RGB-066Y EMI: Materials and Technologies, the U.S. demand for electromagnetic interference/radio frequency interference shielding options was estimated at $523 million in 2002 and is expected to approach $630 million by 2008. The major shielding options include, metal cabinets, conductive coatings, electroless plating, vacuum metallization and conductive paints, conductive plastics/elastomers, laminates/tapes as well as gaskets, metal sheet/foils, wire mesh, windows and connectors.


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