Corrugated Horns for Microwave Antennas

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IET, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 231 pages
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Introduction to hybrid-mode feeds. Propagation and radiation characteristics of cylindrical corrugated waveguides. Propagation and radiation characteristics of conical corrugated waveguides. Design of cylindrical and conical corrugated horns. Manufacture and testing of corrugated horns. Rectangular and elliptical corrugated horns.
 

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Contents

Introduction to hybridmode feeds
5
Propagation and radiation characteristics of cylindrical corrugated
20
Propagation and radiation characteristics of conical corrugated wave
58
Design of cylindrical and conical corrugated horns
97
Manufacture and testing of corrugated horns
163
Rectangular and elliptical corrugated horns
181
Appendix
199
Bibliography
213
Programs
227
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About the author (1984)

Peter Clarricoats and David Olver share responsibility for a Group which has been active in advanced antenna design for more than 15 years. During this time they have made notable contributions to the design of corrugated horns and other hybrid mode feeds.