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PostPosted: 21 Jul 2018, 06:59 
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I just saw this,

Thought it was interesting.
https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to ... ve-Fabric/

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PostPosted: 21 Jul 2018, 17:18 
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Hi, Interesting.....I think a conductive fabric Tesla coil might be something special. :eek: Maybe just a tube amp....ouch. :lildevil: Turn your carpet into an antenna... :evil:

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gofar99 wrote:
Hi, Interesting.....I think a conductive fabric Tesla coil might be something special. :eek: Maybe just a tube amp....ouch. :lildevil: Turn your carpet into an antenna... :evil:

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Remember the EMP radio.
https://www.instructables.com/id/Faraday-pockets/

I wonder if the faraday cage is actually effective :confused:
I'm thinking Bluetooth scams or car key transmitter theft.
Bag or box in the house..

It came up in a search when looking at carbon fibre for interconnects I was thinking about shielding interconnects.
Perhaps using conductive fabric. I guess a laptop bag would be easy.

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PostPosted: 22 Jul 2018, 02:52 
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I just googled conductive fabric,

It seems there are lots of people using it, new to me. But not to many others so it seems.
No need for a tin foil hat now while listening to the HIFI you can have a fabric one. :D

On a more serious note you can sew it all together with conductive thread.
Quote from a web site ;

The thread is nano plated with silver to make it conductive. Conductive thread can be used like conventional sewing yarn, however it electrically conducts allowing electronics to be integrated into textiles. This makes it ideal for use in a range of e-textile applications.

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My eyes are opened,

LilyPad Arduino Main Board
This is LilyPad Arduino - the main board consisting of an ATmega328 with the Arduino bootloader. Board will run from 2V to 5V.

Front panel controller?

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I'm just wondering,

The anti static transparent bags used to ship components.

I wonder if you could put a window in a faraday cage and the bag would make the window without compromising the faraday cage.
Anyway its just an idea. I have never looked into it.

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That black foam IC's and stuff come in from Digikey are REALLY low resistance. I melted one putting it on a 9V :hot:

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Maybe wrap my house to protect it from lightning and act as an EMI shield from :alien:

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gofar99 wrote:
Maybe wrap my house to protect it from lightning and act as an EMI shield from :alien:

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Now there is an interesting comment.. :D

The Fermi Paradox.

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