Faraday cage

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A Faraday cage on top of the Rivalland Tower in Fontenay-le-Comte, France.

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Named after Michael Faraday.

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Faraday cage (plural Faraday cages)

  1. Any conductive surrounding, idealized or practical, used to interrupt the transmission of electromagnetic energy or electrostatic discharge across it.

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