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Shielding

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linguist

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I have a situation where I need to stack one circuit board via spacers on top of another due to space restriction. They will roughly be 25mm apart do you think I should use a shield between the two circuits as well as it is for audio use.

I was thinking of maybe using blank circuit board material with the copper as the shield & grounding it.

Can you see any issues I may have?

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ronv

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With 25mm you probably don't need it ...but.... Your plan sounds like a sound one to make sure.
 

crutschow

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Unless the circuit boards have some high impedance signal lines it's highly unlikely that you will get any noticeable crosstalk between the two boards.
 

dknguyen

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Well, it's spacer installed and easily and completely reversible both ways so you aren't losing anything by just comparing what you get with and without it.
 
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