In the framework of our multi-frequency study of Virgo A we have performed observations of Vir A at 10.55 GHz with the Effelsberg 100-m telescope. Using our improved CLEAN procedure for single dish data we have increased the dynamic range to some 40 dB.
By applying our newly developed polarization CLEANing technique we are able to diminish instrumental polarization effects. Since Faraday rotation is negligible at λ2.8 cm the measured linear polarization is a direct trace of the projected magnetic field in Vir A. In combination with low-frequency data obtained with the VLA it is possible to determine parameters like spectral indices, break frequencies, and spectral ages.