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Output Analysis of a Circular Horn Antenna: Higher Order Modes

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S. Tzun ; NanoScience Simulation Laboratory (NSSL), Department of Physics, Fu Jen University, Taiwan, Republic of China, 510, Chung Cheng Rd, Hsinchuang, Taipei Hsien 24205, Taiwan, Republic of China, E-Mail: xkiller1209@msn.com Phone:+886-933805878, Fax:+886-2-29021038 ; Tzu-Liang Lin ; Yun Wan ; Ming-Chieh Lin

An antenna is usually designed to produce a desired radiation far-field pattern in various directions. Horn antennas are widely used in the outputs of high power microwave tubes. We have created a 3-D circular horn antenna model by HFSS and calculated the output properties for the four important modes TE11, TM01, TM02 , and TM03. We can use the HFSS code to find out some important parameters for the horn antenna, include the peak directivity and peak gain

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2006 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference held Jointly with 2006 IEEE International Vacuum Electron Sources

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