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Dual Polarized Patch antenna

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abhishek

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Hi,

I have been doing a lot of reading about dual polarized patch antennas. These antennas can provide orthogonal polarizations and therefore can be used in MIMO (multiple input multiple output systems) instead of using two antennas. But these antennas cannot perform as well as two spatially separated antennas. I have simulations results and references that agree with the above statement.

If anyone could tell me what are the potential applications (if possible new) for these kind of antennas i would appreciate that.

Thanks in advance

Abhishek

Added after 3 minutes:

I MEAN P.A.T.C.H antenna. I dont know why fix antenna was posted i was trying to type "P.A.T.C.H" antenna.
 

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Dual Polarized fix antenna

For the compact receiver, dual-pol antennas should be a better choice than spatially separated antennas for the former has much smaller coupling.
so it is fit for compact multi-antenna design, also it can used to mitigate polatization mismatch.
 

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