Well he's not Zefram Cochrane, but...

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Re: Well he's not Zefram Cochrane, but...

Postby hanelyp » Thu Jan 08, 2015 7:51 pm

Yes, a narrow slot would be polarization sensitive. But when designing a Faraday cage I'd think you don't usually assume a polarization for the signal to be blocked. As for a circularly polarized signal, a large enough linear slot would give a 3dB attenuation for polarization mismatch, the signal getting through being linearly polarized.
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