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Re: Circular Polarized Phasing line?

On Sun, 5 Apr 1998, Gerd Schrick wrote:

> >polarization.   But here is what confuses me.  Since the two antennas are
> >90 degrees out of phase, they cannot possibly add together like two real
> >impedances as in the in-phase example.   What am I missing?

> They CAN  ADD ... The ADDED phase means that wave leaves AFTER the
> other, the IMPEDANCE never gets involved...

Yep, I realized that too late.  each dipole for example is still a pure
resistive load if it is matched, so there are no complex phases to worry
about.  I knew the answer was there somewhere..