conical horn

conical horn

[′kän·ə·kəl ′hȯrn]
(acoustics)
A horn having a circular cross section and straight sides.
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In this paper, the UTD method is utilized to calculate the farzone amplitude patterns in the E and H planes, and to examine the impact of the square and circular ground plane edges on the amplitude patterns of a conical horn, and rectangular and circular waveguide antennas.
The fabricated lens structure is then both numerically and experimentally validated by placing it on the aperture of a circularly polarized conical horn antenna.
575 GHz, considering the fact that the characteristics of the proposed structure are similar with that of a conical horn antenna [11].
Selvan, "Simulation study of a 4-28 GHz double ridged conical horn antenna," IEEE RF & Microwave Conference, 298-301, Dec.
Conical horn antennas are normally excited by circular waveguides.
4-6] The spot-focusing horn lens antenna consists of two equal plano-convex dielectric lenses mounted back to back in a conical horn antenna.
In Section 3 a dual-mode conical horn antenna is simulated using BOR-FDTD and CST Microwave Studio.
The RFS antenna is a precision, dual-polarized conical horn operating over the 6 to 18 GHz frequency band.
A conical horn with the aperture diameter of 20 mm is enclosed by the radome.
Figure 1 shows an example of a 19 GHz corrugated conical horn antenna that was simulated using Micro-Stripes.
The earliest members of the group from Algeria and Turkey are represented by small forms with conical horns (Pilgrim, 1937; Kostopoulos, 2005, 2006, 2009).