Dual band feed horn for mm-wave applications
Keywords:feed horn, dual band, reflector
AbstractThis study introduces the design of the dual band coaxial horn to be used as a feed for dual reflector systems. Complete numerical investigation has been performed in the operating bands of the horn, including return loss, radiation patterns and tolerance analysis. The proposed design of the feed horn including dielectric radome is fabricated.
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