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A Study of the Correlation Between Horizontal and Vertical Polarizations of Impulsive Noise in UHF

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2 Author(s)
Pablo Torio ; Inst. de Educacion Secundaria de Teis, Vigo ; Manuel GarcÍa Sanchez

In this paper, impulsive noise is simultaneously measured in the horizontal and vertical polarizations of the UHF radio band in order to determine their relationship. The measurements are taken from several environments: an anechoic chamber, an urban traffic, a factory, and an arc-welding workshop, with a bandwidth of 10 MHz. Measurements show that there is always an appreciable degree of positive correlation between the amplitudes of both polarizations.

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IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology  (Volume:56 ,  Issue: 5 )