The resonance frequency ([f.sub.res]) can therefore be tuned by adjusting I and f of the circularly polarized
This work has presented a Ku-band circularly polarized
reflectarray model with the novel combined split ring and crossed bowtie element.
Chang, "Broad band CPW-fed circularly polarized
square slot antenna with lightening-shaped feedline and inverted-L grounded strips," IEEE Trans.Antennas Propag., vol.
These findings are likely to be useful for the structural analysis of biological molecules  and spin-polarized photoemission spectroscopy , which require circularly polarized
emitters in the vacuum-ultraviolet frequency region.
Hwang, "Circularly polarized
spidron fractal slot antenna arrays for broadband satellite communications in Ku-band," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
In that way, the right-hand circularly polarized
electromagnetic wave can propagate through a plasma just as in vacuum because the electrons no longer interact with the plasma.
Liu, "A CPW-fed broadband circularly polarized
regular-hexagonal slot antenna with L-shape monopole," IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, Vol.
A Dual-Band Circularly Polarized
Aperture-Coupled Stacked Microstrip Antenna For Global Positioning Satellite.
ROA combines the sensitivity of Raman scattering to molecular structure with the stereo sensitivity of optical activity to absolute molecular structure, measuring the difference in Raman scattering intensity for left versus fight circularly polarized
The Circular Differential Interference Contrast (C-DIC) technique uses circularly polarized
light to solve insufficient contrast problems observed in classical brightfield and darkfield microscopy.
antennas tend to be round or crossed, and they can be either right-hand or left-hand circular (LHC or RHC).
The astronomers used the 70-meter tracking antenna at Goldstone, California, to beam circularly polarized
radio energy at Mercury, then receive faint echoes with the 27-dish Very Large Array in New Mexico.