Apple Adds EMI Shielding to iPhone 7’s Chips

The latest rumors about Apple’s next iPhone reveal that preventing interference is higher priority than ever before. Korea’s ET News reports that Apple will apply electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding to individual chips in the forthcoming iPhone 7. Previous versions of the iPhone have included shielding on the entire circuit board, and then the Apple Watch introduced shielding on an individual chip.

Expanded Line of ePower Connectors

Amphenol Industrial Products Group, a global leader in interconnect systems, has expanded its ePower connector series, rated at 800 VDC to 1,000 VDC,  to include right angle overmolded connectors for 200 A ... Read More...

Effective EMI Shielding via Graphene

Europe’s Graphene Flagship is a consortium of academic and industrial partners working together with the goal of taking graphene—a promising 2-D material—from the realm of academic laboratories into real-wo... Read More...

A Primer on Automotive EMC for Non-EMC Engineers

The automotive industry has changed drastically in recent years. Advancements in technology paired with tighter federal fuel and emissions regulations have resulted in the need to place more electrical systems into vehicles. This in turn places a greater emphasis on keeping the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) of these systems from interfering with each other through radiated and conducted emissions, as well as crosstalk between the multitudes of on-board systems.