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Title: X/X/Ka-Band Horn Design
Authors: Chen, Jacquline
Stanton, Philip H.
Reilly, Harry F.
Issue Date: 21-Jul-1996
Citation: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Abstract: Tne NASA's Deep Space Network has a need for a multi frequency horn for simultaneous X/X/Ka-band operation in a beam waveguide antenna. The multi frequency horn will receive X-band downlink (8.4-8.5 GHz) and Ka-band downlink (3.18-32.3 GHz), and transmit X-band uplink (7.145-7.235 GHz) signals simultaneously. The horn is designed for circularlly polarized wave operation. Low loss (noise) and high power (up to 20 kilowatts) operation are considered in the horn design.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/25240
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