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A coax-feed wideband dual-polarized patch antenna with low cross polarization and high port isolation is presented in this letter. The proposed antenna contains two pairs of T-shaped slots on the two bowtie-shaped patches separately. This structure changes the path of the current and keeps the cross polarization under -40 dB. By introducing two short pins, the isolation between the two ports remains more than 38 dB in the whole bandwidth with the front-to-back ratio better than 19 dB. Moreover, the proposed antenna achieving a 10-dB return loss bandwidth of 1.70-2.73 GHz has a compact structure, thus making it easy to be extended to form an array, which can be used as a base station antenna for PCS, UMTS, and WLAN/WiMAX applications.