Oooo yay, now a wireless jammer can fubar your hard drive. They better incase that SSD in lead so that you cant get interference.
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you really don't need lead shielding to protect yourself from em radiation, just a bit of metal. the metal casing of the hard drive would probably be enough. you might really be able to get away with a metal mesh of some sort, assuming you're working with the right frequencies (think your microwave door) lead shielding would only make sense if you're worried about harder things, like x-rays or alpha, beta, gamma radiation. cool idea on the wireless coupling though! i wonder how far the coupling goes, just between two adjacent cells or all through the stack?
Exactly, EMI is all around us and there are very few issues currently with it. Welcome to HH russkey!
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