polarisation

  1. the condition of having or giving polarity
  2. the phenomenon in which waves of light or other radiation are restricted in direction of vibration

Polarisation

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polarisation

In order to squeeze more signals into less space, the signals coming from the satellite have alternate polarisation. This removes the problems of signals 'bleeding' into each other as an LNB working to vertical polarisation cannot receive horizontally polarised signals, and vice versa. Another example of polarisation in use is the hi-fi audio track...
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Polarisation

The change in the potential of a cell or electrode from its equilibrium value caused by the passage of an electric current through it. There are two irreversible electrochemical components, the 'electrode polarisation' at the electrodes and the 'concentration polarisation' in the electrolytic phase plus an ohmic loss component due to the electrical...
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