Development of dual band feed

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In this paper, Development of dual band feed operating in C and Ku bands to obtain high illumination and spill over efficiencies and high cross polarization discrimination, maximum gain and low side lobes for shaped Cassegrain Antenna of larger diameter is presented. The Design envisages a common aperture C and Ku band corrugated horn. Corrugated horn of suitable dimensions for the propagation of hybrid modes in both C and Ku bands having equal beam widths in principal planes (E&H) and pattern of rotationally symmetric radiation will be illuminating the shaped sub reflector in modified Cassegrain geometry. The corrugated horn is designed to operate over a frequency range of C (3.4-4.8 GHz) and Ku (10.7-12.75 GHz) bands. CHAMP is used to simulate and analyze the designed model.




Rupa, S., Gopala Krishna, C. H. V. R. S., & Nageswara Rao, L. (2019). Development of dual band feed. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 4217–4222.

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