RHCP

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AcronymDefinition
RHCPRed Hot Chili Peppers (band)
RHCPRight-Hand Circular Polarization
RHCPRight-Hand Circularly Polarized (navigation)
RHCPRental Housing Construction Program (California Department of Housing and Community Development)
RHCPRemote Host Configuration Protocol
RHCPRegional Hyperthermic Chemotherapeutic Perfusion (melanoma)
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From t = 0 to t = T/8, the region with little electric field, as pointed by the arrow, flows in a anticlockwise direction, yielding a right-hand circularly polarized (RHCP) wave in the upper-half space.
Hodara proposed the external magnetic field can slow down attenuation of the right-hand circularly polarized electromagnetic wave in plasma [12].
Therefore, for solving the blackout problem, it is significant to study the effects of external magnetic field on propagation of right-hand circularly polarized electromagnetic wave in plasma.
The variations of the attenuation of right-hand circularly polarized electromagnetic wave in unmagnetized and magnetized plasma along with the plasma density under fixed plasma collision frequency are obtained based on the physical model and theoretical analysis, which is depicted in Figure 2, where the electromagnetic wave frequency f is 2.
The variations of the attenuation of right-hand circularly polarized electromagnetic wave in plasma along with the magnetic induction of external magnetic field and the plasma density under fixed plasma collision frequency are obtained based on the physical model and theoretical analysis, which is depicted in Figure 3, where the electromagnetic wave frequency f = 2.
In that way, the right-hand circularly polarized electromagnetic wave can propagate through a plasma just as in vacuum because the electrons no longer interact with the plasma.
To observe the CP radiation, the radiation patterns are divided into a right-hand circularly polarized wave (RHCP) and a left-hand circularly polarized wave (LHCP).
The two DPSA output ports provide maximum response to left- and right-hand circularly polarized incoming signals and also respond well to any linear polarization.
This modulation scheme is based on the principle that logical zeroes and ones are transmitted as left-hand circularly polarized (LHCP) or right-hand circularly polarized (RHCP) waves, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 8 shows the measured left-hand circularly polarized (LHCP) and right-hand circularly polarized (RHCP) radiation patterns in the xoz-plane and yoz-plane at 1.
Therefore, their antennas are required to be right-hand circularly polarized with hemispherical coverage.
The test antenna was illuminated by a right-hand circularly polarized horn antenna.