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    Could be. Thanks for your ideas. We will...

    Could be. Thanks for your ideas. We will certainly add this to the report.
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    The squares are 65mm wide, which is much more...

    The squares are 65mm wide, which is much more than enough for WiFi. Using the wave equation we determined the wavelength was 12.5cm.
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    We have not succeeded in making a Faraday cage...

    We have not succeeded in making a Faraday cage that works 100%, but more like 70 or 80. Unfortunately we are running out of time and have to move on to the experiment the cage was originally intended...
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    We did not have any wiring penetrating the cage,...

    We did not have any wiring penetrating the cage, but will do soon, going through the mesh. Is that OK considering the wire is insulated with plastic/rubber?

    We are now trying to make a cage using...
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    Thanks a lot Kelly! We will see if our school...

    Thanks a lot Kelly!

    We will see if our school can get one of these materials for us. Which one is better or doesn't it matter?
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    Faraday Cage Issues

    Hello,

    I am currently building a faraday cage to keep WiFi out - for a science experiment. However, the phone still detects WiFi when inside the cage.

    It is essentially a 40x40x40cm cardboard...
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