Caging The Wireless BeastNew Faraday cage technologies aim to thwart interference and electronic espionage. 10/23/2007 6:56 AM Eastern
Caging The Wireless Beast
New Faraday cage technologies aim to thwart interference and electronic espionage.
For more information about Faraday cages and alternatives, as well as how wireless can interfere with pro AV devices, check out:
The spec sheet for EM-SEC's Coating product, which is available at www.emsectechnologies.com/pdf/emsec_scif.pdf. Details about what's in Coating can found by reviewing patent No. 6,576,336 at www.uspto.gov/patft/index.html.
The paper and presentation at www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/ieee02-optical.pdf and www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/em-eaves.pdf, which provide an overview of how to exploit RFI to eavesdrop on computers and displays.
Institutional Install, “Museum Integrates Art and AV.” San Francisco's de Young Museum relies on a complex AV and IT infrastructure to serve both current and future needs, March 2006 http://proav.pubdyn.com/Installs/March2006InstitutionalInstall.htm