I want to use an electrostatic shield to shield a circuit from an electric field produce by a solenoid. There is component in my circuit that I want to be exposed to the magnetic field of the solenoid, and it is in the centre of the circuit.
The frequency I am driving the magnetic field at is quite high for a magnetic field, 10 - 20 MHz.
Will the electrostatic shield also shield my magnetic field? I imagine it will, but thought to ask in case my assumption is wrong. And if needed to get around this would a gap in the shield around the component work? Or would I need to be more creative?
And any suggestions of a suitable material for the shield would be appreciated also.
Thanks in advance for any help.