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Intel Metamaterials Breakthrough

Sub-millimeter EMI Shunt Beats Shields
1/18/2016 03:10 PM EST
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R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: metamaterial
R_Colin_Johnson   1/21/2016 10:43:40 AM
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Yes, meta materials have been researched for years and this approach to minimizing EMI has also been well researched. Intel/NTU's claim is that they have minimized the devices size into the sub-millimeter range and mass produced them using an inexpensive mass-production process. BTW thanks, also, for the very interesting link in you previous comment.

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resistion   1/20/2016 9:07:59 PM
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Yes, I think that's it. Thanks.

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Re: metamaterial
resistion   1/20/2016 9:05:59 PM
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I found this tutorial helpful: http://www.slideshare.net/cocho/metamateriales

It looks like an already established technology.

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R_Colin_Johnson   1/20/2016 1:17:23 PM
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Thanks again. These will benefit everybody--which is what the comments section is all about!

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xprmntl   1/20/2016 1:13:21 PM
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Just digging into it myself and thought I'd share. It was pretty straight-forward to source using your manufacturing reference and the key words from the text.

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R_Colin_Johnson   1/20/2016 1:06:58 PM
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Thanks xprmntl for the useful links. Not sure if they came from Intel/NTU or just a do-gooder, but thanks all the same.

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Re: metamaterial
R_Colin_Johnson   1/18/2016 9:21:50 PM
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OK I'll ask them if they have a paper or at least data sheet they can send me.

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