Plates can be very cheap (or even be free) to integrate into a design. Any conductive material in any shape can be a capacitor plate- its location is what makes it a plate. A plate can be a piece of foil, a spray-on conductive paint, or an un-etched area on a printed circuit board. The electric field generated between the plates is mostly canceled out behind them, so the plates act as their own shields.
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