polarization


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the phenomenon in which waves of light or other radiation are restricted in direction of vibration

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the condition of having or giving polarity

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It makes the PCF appropriate for filtering different polarizations and thus the PCF can be a perfect applicant for a miniaturized polarization filter.
Our holograms work like any other but the image produced depends on the polarization state of the illuminating light, providing an extra degree of freedom in design for versatile applications," said Mohammadreza Khorasaninejad, postdoctoral fellow in the Capasso Lab and first author of the paper.
Polarization migration can be used to image in small migration apertures and solve imaging problems of symmetrical artifact caused by limited imaging condition.
The qualitative difference has to do with the nature of the polarization.
Although the afterglow was not exceptionally bright and its linear polarization was of average strength, the team was able to measure circular polarization against all expectations.
Most of those reconfigurable antennas can switch polarization senses between two CP states, or among one linear and two CP states.
In this paper, transmitter polarization optimization based on minimizing of Cramer-Rao bound (CRB) is firstly proposed to estimate two-dimensional DOA for MIMO-EMVA.
Consequently, this paper will focus on the TR focus gains of the polarization-varying EM fields in a rectangular resonant cavity, where two points will be researched: TR focus gains in the different polarization states of the static transceivers and the ones of the rotating transceivers.
This paper shows the concept of the linear polarization sum imaging in a PMMW imaging system in Section 2.
Dual-polarized antennas have been increasingly concerned for the wireless services and mobile subscribers due to the frequency reuse and polarization diversity [1].
Polarization is created by strong magnetic fields or photons scattering off electrons, but it only becomes measurable when the source is asymmetric or partially obscured.
Polarization in context of income distribution refers to the decline of middle class.
Polarization refers to the additional potential required above the equilibrium potential to drive the deposition of the metal to be plated.
Agilent Technologies introduced its N7781A compact high-speed polarization analyzer that provides comprehensive capabilities for analyzing polarization properties of optical signals.