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A plane metal shield offers an absorption loss of 30 dB at a frequency of
10 kHz to normally incident radiated emission.

(a) Determine the absorption loss at 10 kHz in a shield of five times the

(b) Determine the absorption loss at 20 kHz in a shield of half the
original thickness.

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Dear Student,

Absorption loss of shielding in a metal is given by,

A= (3.338e-3)*t*sqrt(u*f*G)
A is absorption loss in db
t is thickness in mils
G is the relative ...

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