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Practical means of cancelling the differential phase contribution to rain crosspolarisation at 10 GHz and above

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2 Author(s)
A. Ghorbani ; University of Bradford, School of Studies in Information Systems Engineering, Bradford, UK ; J. McEwann

At certain frequencies, removal of the differential phase contribution to rain-induced microwave crosspolarisation may produce adequate crosstalk improvement in dual-polarised links. Rotating section polarisers are shown to be capable of this removal in the presence of differential attenuation, and one-parameter approximations to the operation are shown to exist.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 18 )