cross-polarization

cross-polarization

[¦krȯs ‚pō·lə·rə′zā·shən]
(electromagnetism)
The component of the electric field vector normal to the desired polarization component.
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Further details can be obtained from CPMAS experiments performed at two different cross-polarization times.
A broadband two-layer shorted patch antenna with low cross-polarization is presented by Baligar [1].
The slotted waveguide array antennas have been used extensively for EO instrument application since they exhibit interesting performances such as high antenna gain efficiency low cross-polarization.
They cover in-phase and quadrature impairment and compensation techniques, nonlinear power amplifier linearization, radio-frequency in-band distortion compensation, array calibration for digital beamforming applications, cross-polarization interference cancellation in dual-polarization communication systems, and carrier frequency offset and phase noise mitigation.
He further explained that despite it being an absolute speculation, if one looks at what Apple wants to accomplish with its mobile market and Microsoft's initiative, there is a cross-polarization of devices.
The proposed antenna has a cross-polarization level of less than 20 dB below the co-polarization for both ports.
As illustrated in Figure 5, null cross-polarization and equal radiation patterns for the two polarizations are enforced.
The simulated pattern results showed low sidelobe level properties and low cross-polarization features at the principle plane.
It can be seen that radiation patterns in the xz-plane are omnidirectional and have low cross-polarization.
Therefore, cross-polarization fields are created in the scattered waves to satisfy the MI boundary upon the cylinder.
Built-in Cross Polarization Interference Cancellation (XPIC) with Cross-Polarization Improvement Factor (XPIF) doubles capacity without additional frequency licensing expenditure, offering an opportunity to contain capital expenditure.