I am starting on designing a sort of HAT (like used on the RPi) for the Nvidia Jetson Nano. As I am on my third year of electrical engineering I know little to nothing about EMI and shielding. Should I (and in what degree) be concerned about EMI/RFI shielding?
A little info about the project:
- The casing will be containing the Jetson Nano (+HAT), a Raspberry Pi, a HomePlug adapter to interface and power a device outside of the case with a coax cable, and a power converter to power the external device.
- The HAT will provide a connection between the HomePlug device and the Nano, as well as use some AD-converters to read analog input by the user, by means of an analog stick. (0-5V)
- The casing will be about the size of a small office-PC
- The Jetson Nano will drive a monitor attached to the casing