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How Can I Shield LF RFID Antennas from Nearby Electric Motors Generating Noise?
What design considerations are important for creating this shielding? I am very new to this, so the simpler the explanation, the better.
Almost any material that blocks RF energy would work. You could use a thin sheet of aluminum or Mylar between the reader and the motors, or you could utilize metal mesh, such as chicken wire.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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