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rec.radio.amateur.antenna - 3 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Jun 15, 1996Kevin Shea ke...@mailbag.com rec radio amateur antenna In an attempt to build a
circular polarized antenna (a 1.7 GHz axial mode backfire helical
antenna to ...
rec.radio.amateur.antenna - 19 posts - 7 authors - Last post: Feb 13, 2007Bobby originalbobjo...@aim.com rec radio amateur antenna All, How do you
determine the axial ratio from a RHCP wave to a LHCP wave from an
sci.geo.satellite-nav - 8 posts - 8 authors - Last post: Feb 8, 1996Well, I did measure it, and found that the axial ratio was in excess of
20dB. Keep in mind that a decent axial ratio for a CP antenna is less
than about 4 dB.
rec.radio.amateur.antenna - 2 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Apr 2, 2007Bobby originalbobjo...@aim.com rec radio amateur antenna All, A little bit of
help... If you have an antenna with an ellipticity of x dB, how do you find
the axial ...
alt.conspiracy.jfk - 22 posts - 10 authors - Last post: May 27, 2009aol.com> wrote: "obviously the 1.75 axial ratio of the 7 mm by 4
mm bullet hole reported by commander humes and the 1.43 axial ratio of
the 10 mm by 7 mm ...
sci.astro - 6 posts - 6 authors - Last post: Sep 8, 1994Angle of inclination is measured from face-on and it can be calculated from axial ratio r =
d/D (d=minor and D=major axis of the galaxy): cos^2(i') = (r^2 - r0^2)/(1 ...
umich.physics.astro-ph - 1 post - 1 author - Last post: Aug 23, 2000We find that a typical projected axial ratio of 0.30 < f < 0.61
(95%) is favored by the lensing multiplicity data for small core models in
rec.radio.amateur.antenna - 6 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Jan 11, 2002In an ideal case, where the circularly polarized wave has 0 dB axial ratio and the ... The
axial ratio is the relative field strength difference between the Ex and Ey ...
gov.us.fed.doc.cbd.solicitations - 1 post - 1 author - Last post: Aug 6, 1998The free space antenna performance requirements include circular polarization,
at least 0 dBic antenna gain, less than 5 dB axial ratio for +/- 60