My only concern is whether these cases can meet FCC-B EMI standards with the three large acrylic windows. Aluminum is a good electrical conductor and therefore should provide an adequate EMI shield. But plastic is an insulator and is consequently liable to leak EM radiation.
My 19" Trinitron monitor would be less than 6 inches from one of these acrylic windows. I sure don't want my screen to be filled with interference!
Has anyone performed any formal EMI testing with these cases? If not - I believe that would make a great topic for another article.
Thanks for any help from,
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I am trying to figure out a good fair way to measure this, but we have not yet developed a good testing method. It will happen, I have it on my to do list.
Easy, FM radio can be tuned to 100MHz. Just set the system bus at 100MHz and set a radio next to it!
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