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dBiC is decibel above the gain of a isotrope antenna as a reference where the isotrope antenna has the same circular polarisation as the antenna of which the gain is expressed.

The isotrope antenna is a mathematical antenna with a radiation pattern of a perfect sphere.
From this background it is calculated that a dipole antenna has a gain of 2.15 dB referenced to the isotrope antenna.

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