RF Elements make an excellent lineup of horn antennas with a twistport waveguide antenna. Unfortunately they come out of the box in a H+V (Horizontal + Vertical) configuration.
Slant 45, or X polarity simply means that the H+V polarity signals have been rotated by 45 degrees to give a +45 and a -45 degree polarised signal.
Without getting into the benefits (or not) of slant 45 over H+V, there is a theoretical 3dB signal loss if you have a wireless link where each end is different. This means that when mixing antennas, it is important to have the same configuration at both ends of a link.
Here’s how to modify an RF Elements UH-TP-5-24 to slant 45.
The antenna is now in slant 45 configuration. Note that if you use twistport adapters, they will now attach tilted by 45 degrees unless you perform a similar modification to the twistport adapter.