Architectural Electromagnetic Shielding

A relatively newer class of shielding enclosure that is built into the structure of a building (i.e. becomes a permanent part of structure). Retrofitting in the field is expensive so the initial installation must be done accurately the first time.  The key to performance is how well design details were incorporated into the architectural plan.  Proper performance testing of the architectural shielded enclosure must be done properly with the correct test equipment and testing standard.