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Résumé : Compared to classical spatial MIMO wireless systems, cross-polarized MIMO systems are an interesting way to reduce equipment size while reducing the inter-antenna correlation. Cross-Polar Discrimination (XPD) and Co-Polar Ratio (CPR) are two important parameters describing multi-polarized channels. In this paper, the behavior of these parameters is investigated for different observation scales. A measurement campaign has been performed in both Outdoor-to-Indoor and Indoor-to-Indoor scenarios, at a frequency of 3.5GHz. Small-scale variations of XPD and CPR are analyzed in different spatial positions. The distance-related and large-scale variations of XPD and CPR are also investigated and a model is deduced.