Cooper is on the leading edge of a new technology that creates a concrete system that blocks radio frequency (RF) energy, in much the same way as a traditional shielded enclosure, but with many more advantages. Using standard concrete construction techniques, the new RF Concrete (RavenCrete) can be used in multiple applications to protect vital equipment including television or computer monitors, keyboards, Blue Tooth transmitters, WiFi transmitters, mobile phone handsets, and analog radio transmitters from compromise through an enclosure.

As a quickly installable poured concrete shield, RavenCrete helps prevent the potential compromise of proprietary, confidential, or classified information derived from spurious or inadvertent electronic emanations from digital computer and analog electronic equipment. When installed and appropriately matched with secure technology, RavenCreate has the potential to act as a readily formable Faraday Cage or Tempest Shield building created with the flexibility and convenience of pourable concrete.

RavenCrete also provides a relatively low-cost and readily installed structure to protect sensitive digital and analog electronic equipment from potentially disruptive impacts of unintentional or intentional static electric fields or bursts of electromagnetic energy from an Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) weapon or radiation from solar flares.

In addition to its radio frequency capabilities, RavenCrete has certified Forced Entry/ Ballistic Resistant (FE/BR) capabilities. By using RF Concrete, the possibilities and applications are virtually unlimited. This powerful capability, delivered by simple concrete construction, has captured the attention of many players in the RF Attenuation community. This is a solution that is available today and has the test results to prove it’s powerful capabilities.

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