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feed·horn

 (fēd′hôrn′)
n.
A satellite dish component that captures the signal reflected from the dish surface and channels it into an amplifier.
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The feed horn, with its phase center at O, has a circularly symmetric radiation pattern [G.sub.F]([[theta].sub.F]), where [[theta].sub.F] is the angle between the feed ray and the z-axis.
The bolt head contains the extractor, chisel-head, "bump"-type ejector, spring-loaded feed horn, locking rollers, firing pin assembly and the firing pin release.
8215 R) LNBC (Similar to Guardnier) Feed Horn (To match the PDA of 16 feet) RG-6 F-Connectors RG-6 Cable (Make similar to Comscop), 2x300 Mtr.
A conical CP feed horn with septums has been used for excitation, which has symmetrical radiation pattern.
Four feed horn antennas are located at the focal plane of the dish antenna receiving the regime of 8 mm and 3 mm wavelengths with linear vertical and horizontal polarization directions.
Light and highly portable, installation is a breeze as the Agilis' Compact Series BUC can be mounted directly on the antenna feed horn, eliminating the need for interconnecting cables and minimising Radio Frequency (RF) cable loss.
Two flanges are in standard WR10 rectangular waveguide while one is in circular waveguide for a through connection to the corrugated feed horn.
By placing the plasma mirror in front of a feed horn, operation at frequencies below X band is possible, since a much smaller plasma mirror is required.
The feed horn, located at the reflector focus, collects the concentrated energy and couples it to a waveguide.
Considering that the feed horn antenna has been located far enough to the RA prototype, the normal incident waves generated from feed horn antenna can be taken as the plane waves.
The antenna consists of a dual polarized corrugated feed horn and a 90[degrees]-axis parabolic reflector with an effective focal length of 70 cm and a projected aperture of 45 cm, with a full-with-half-maximum beam width of about 0.5[degrees].
The AN/WSC-6(V)9 terminal installed on many guided missile destroyers enables the ability to also operate in the commercial C-band with a feed horn change out.