Browse Publications Technical Papers 2009-01-1143

Electromagnetic Compatibility of Conductive Heat Reflecting Automotive Windows 2009-01-1143

One of the challenges of automotive designs which utilize heat reflecting glazing is the conductivity of the reflective coating. Significant attenuation of electromagnetic energy occurs when devices which send or receive signal through the glazing are mounted on or very near heat reflecting windows. A number of methods are available to maintain electromagnetic compatibility and the function of these and other devices in the passenger compartment which communicate with devices outside of the vehicle.


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