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Oliver A Phillips: Doppler radar velocity measurement horn. TRW, Tarolli Sundheim & Covell, April 21, 1987: US04660050 (78 worldwide citation)

Doppler radar apparatus for use in a velocity measuring system for farm tractors and the like. The apparatus includes a dual mode conical horn having a flare angle substantially in excess of 12.5.degree., and a dielectric lens formed of a glass filled polymer. The doppler output signal provided by t ...


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Lawrence L Rainwater: Steerable directional antenna. Sperry Corporation, John B Sowell, Kenneth T Grace, Marshall M Truex, August 17, 1982: US04345256 (70 worldwide citation)

A steerable directional antenna assembly steerable about two perpendicular axes is disclosed. It comprises a directional horn antenna rotatably mounted on a horseshoe gimbal to rotate about a first axis. A curved wave guide feed is connected at one end to the feed portion of the directional antenna. ...


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Tanabe Kosuke: Lens antenna. Nippon Electric Co, October 14, 1998: EP0871241-A2 (69 worldwide citation)

A lens antenna having high antenna efficiency, low sidelobe levels, and that is easily assembled. The lens antenna includes a first horn made of a metallic conductor, a second horn made of a high-frequency absorbing plastic material, and a lens for controlling the power distribution at an aperature ...


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Nils Pohl: Dielectric antenna with an electromagnetic feed element and with an ellipsoidal lens made of a dielectric material. KROHNE Messtechnik & Co KG, Roberts Mlotkowski Safran & Cole P C, David S Safran, December 23, 2014: US08917215 (66 worldwide citation)

A dielectric antenna with an electromagnetic feed element (2) and with a lens (3) made of a dielectric material, the feed element (2) emitting electromagnetic radiation (4) and the lens (3) being supplied with electromagnetic radiation (4) in the feed region (5), the lens (3) relaying the electromag ...


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Popa Adrian E, Bridges William B: Coaxial dielectric rod antenna. Hrl Lab, October 16, 2002: EP1249056-A1 (65 worldwide citation)

An antenna. The antenna (20) includes a first dielectric antenna rod having a first dielectric constant ( epsilon 3). The first dielectric antenna rod (22) is coupled to a first frequency transmission source (27) for propagating first frequency band radiation from the first dielectric antenna rod in ...


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Burton Richard William: End fire aerial.. Emi Thorn, August 30, 1989: EP0330303-A2 (65 worldwide citation)

An end-fire aerial (6) includes a broadside aerial array (7), for example a horn antenna. A block (9) of dielectric foam material extends outwards from the array (7), in a direction perpendicular to the array. The block (9) is designed to be of such dimensions, and of a suitably low dielectric const ...


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Ikemoto Tetsuya: Primary radiator for parabolic antenna. Sharp, November 14, 2003: JP2003-324309 (48 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a primary radiator for a parabolic antenna in structure capable of excellently suppressing VSWR up to bandwidth of 1050 MHz.SOLUTION: A resin-made waterproof cover 21 is pressed in a tip opening part 12 of a horn antenna main body 11 and a cylindrical projection part ...


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Sato Toshio, Yamada Matsuichi: Horn antenna. Kobusai Denkshin Denwa Kabushiki Kaisha, November 30, 1971: US3624655 (37 worldwide citation)

A horn antenna produced by angularly flaring the end of a circular of rectangular waveguide into the shape of a horn to be used for radiating or receiving radio waves directly into or from space or to be used as the feed radiator of an antenna for illuminating a mirror and/or a reflector, in which a ...


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Kezuka Atsushi, Ishizaki Shoji, Kida Hiroyuki, Kazama Yasuhiro: Lens antenna. Japan Radio, September 30, 2004: JP2004-274656 (30 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a lens antenna which suppresses undesired radiation in a specific direction.SOLUTION: The lens antenna 10 relating to the present invention is equipped with a dielectric lens 14 and a horn 12 that covers a lower end face of the dielectric lens 14, and the horn 12 is ...


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Junaid ul Islam Syed, Ronald J Brandau, Alastair D Wright, Allan Tasker, Brian J Lawson: Dielectric lens cone radiator sub-reflector assembly. CommScope Technologies, Babcock IP PLLC, August 11, 2015: US09105981 (28 worldwide citation)

A dielectric cone radiator sub-reflector assembly for a reflector antenna with a waveguide supported sub-reflector is provided as a unitary dielectric block with a sub-reflector at a distal end. A waveguide transition portion of the dielectric block is dimensioned for insertion coupling into an end ...



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