Ultra wideband horn antenna with operating frequency range 1–20 GHz and low side lobe level
Keywords:ultra wide band, double ridged horn antenna, side lobe level, radiation pattern
AbstractResults of numerical research and optimization of electric characteristics of ultra wideband double ridged horn antenna are presented. End-fire radiation patterns with side lobe level less than −10 dB and VSWR<1.9 over the frequency range 1−20 GHz have been obtained.
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