pyramidal horn

pyramidal horn

[¦pir·ə¦mid·əl ′hȯrn]
(engineering)
Horn whose sides form a pyramid.
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The radiating elements are pyramidal horn antennas, see Figure 2.
Four specialized horn antennas have been added: smooth spline profiled pyramidal horn, four waveguide-fed dual-polarized pyramidal horn antenna, waveguide-fed pyramidal array, and TEM horn with magnetic dipoles ("Koshelev antenna").
The proposed method is tested experimentally and by simulations using a Ka-band pyramidal horn antenna operating at 30 GHz as the AUT.
A linearly polarized pyramidal horn with an aperture size of 60 mm x 30 mm and 45 mm long is used as the feed.
The described approach is applied here to calculate the radiation from a pyramidal horn aperture, a rectangular phased aperture, and a circular modal aperture.
(5.) Li, X., et al, "Numerical and Experimental Investigation of an Untrawideband Ridged Pyramidal Horn Antenna With Curved Launching Plane for Pulse Radiation," IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, Vol.
(6) With a noise radiator so small, it became possible to reach inside a microwave antenna structure such as a pyramidal horn (Figure 10), or close to the turns of a helical antenna (Figure 11), or a small parabolic dish, to map the field density distribution and polarization (Figure 12).
In this work, we propose a method to enhance the energy transfer by introducing a flat structure near the aperture of the pyramidal horn antenna at 10 GHz.
A novel pyramidal horn array with a compact power divider network is proposed in this paper.