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The wars that the U.S. military will be fighting in the coming years will revolve greatly around the United States’ ability to deploy weapon systems with many embedded electronics. One key to enabling these technologies is ensuring that these electronics are protected against electromagnetic interference (EMI) from both natural and artificial sources. This work explores the options available to contain and protect electronics from EMI from a materials development and materials engineering perspective. A background on EMI is provided, along with examples of military applications, discussion of recent research into materials and engineering, markets and weaknesses in the supply chains, and conclusions.
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