Hi everybody. Some expert advice needed here. I am working into an experiment that consists of putting a wave emitter device (a wi-fi router for example) in a faraday cage so those waves don't spread outside the cage (or I get some attenuation at least). I have some questions: - First of all, I would like to know if those emitted waves are reflected or absorbed by the Faraday cage. - If those waves are absorbed as I think, they induce static current in the cage. If the wi-fi router is running for some days and this static current is not discharged properly, this would create any dangerous discharge when someone touching the cage? - Is there any easy way to discharge the faraday cage? (Any other solution than plug it to the line) I would be very grateful if you help me with these questions. I want to do the experiment in a correct and safe way :) Thank you very much.