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Radiation and Polarization - Decimeter Wave Transmitter
# 5N10.61
Description: A loop dipole antenna transmits a signal at 433.92 MHz (UHF). A rod dipole antenna with a light bulb is then used to capture the signal and light a light bulb.

The signal can only be received when the antenna is in the correct orientation. Aluminum foil polarizers can be used to cancel the signal.

Purchased/Built: purchased

Setup Time: 1 hr

Quant. in Demo Room: 1

Demo References
Sutton A-38 Polarization of radiation from a dipole antenna is checked with a hand-held dipole antenna with lamp indicator.

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