Hi First i should apologies if this should have been posted in the homework sections but the three points that are automatically added to the post before writting doesn't really fit my question, so i decided to post it here. Then a little info about the situation might be in order. I'm a design engineering student and started on an internship 4 days ago at a company that makes laboratory equipment for protein identification. I've been given the assignment of designing a new cabinet/casing for one of their apparatus and have to take EMC into account. I cannot change the design/layout of any of the internal components, electrical or mechanical, i am only allowed to reposition them and so. From what i've read so far on EMC there are 3 main areas if you want to reduce EM radiation: *Emitter *Coupling path *Receptor Since i'm not allowed to change the design of the internal components, i'm thinking that i only have to focus on the coupling path and the only way to reduce the coupling path in this case is to use shielding, is this correct or are there other ways?