sectoral horn

sectoral horn

[′sek·tə·rəl ′hȯrn]
(electromagnetism)
Horn with two opposite sides parallel and the two remaining sides which diverge.
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Sectoral horn antennas made of woodpile material have also been studied.
Bird, "A woodpile EBG sectoral horn antenna," in Proceedings of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, vol.
Sanders, "Linear array of woodpile EBG sectoral horn antennas," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol.
In [9], authors use a sectoral horn with a dielectric lens in its aperture but to adjust the beam properties in the far-field region.
This paper presents an H-plane sectoral horn antenna loaded by a dielectric lens dedicated to the illumination of an array with a length of 320 mm and a width of 58 mm, located in the near-field region of the feed.
In the second part, we present the results of an optimization of the sectoral horn loaded by a dielectric lens with HFSS.
The aperture of the sectoral horn is equal to 325 mm in the H-plane and 55 mm in the E-plane (Figure 2).
The normalized directivity curve of the electric plane sectoral horn is used to obtain the flare angle [19].
This transmitter uses mini-TWT amplifiers behind each waveguide sectoral horn radiating element.
The fields|5~ and their attenuation coefficients|3~ are known for sectoral horns (horns that are flared in only one dimension), but not for the pyramidal horn structures used in the noise standards.