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Microstrip antennas have enjoyed proliferate use in many circularly polarized applications due to their low-profile light weight and useful radiation characteristics (Bao & Ammann, 2007).
To create modern 3-D effects, movie theaters use linearly or circularly polarized light.
His previous research projects include experiments to develop a technique that uses circularly polarized light to enhance biomedical imaging and remote sensing.
A molecule's chirality is detectable only when the substance interacts with other chiral things such as circularly polarized light, whose electric field traces out a helical pattern, like a Slinky, while moving through space.
5m (952-954 MHz, using a 4W-EIRP circularly polarized antenna) Durability: Heat-resistant, pressure-resistant, alkaline-resistant and waterproof (1) World's First: Among the flexible UHF-band RFID tags for garment management, based on Fujitsu and Fujitsu Frontech research, as of October 5, 2009.
The head of the subject was immobilized within a circularly polarized head coil.
Within this reflection region, right circularly polarized light is reflected by a right-handed helix, whereas left circularly polarized light is transmitted.
This line of objectives enables the innovative C-DIC technique (Differential Interference Contrast in circularly polarized light) with only a single prism.