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hornangle2size

Equivalent flare width and height from flare angles

Syntax

[flarewidth,flareheight]= hornangle2size(width,height,flarelength,angleE,angleH)

Description

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[flarewidth,flareheight]= hornangle2size(width,height,flarelength,angleE,angleH) calculates the equivalent flarewidth and flareheight for a rectangular horn antenna from its flare angles, angleE, and angleH.

Examples

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Calculate the flare width and the flare height of a horn antenna with

  • Width of the waveguide = 0.0229 m

  • Height of the waveguide = 0.0102 m

  • Flare length of the horn = 0.2729 m

  • Flare angle in the E-plane = 12.2442 degrees

  • Flare angle in the H-plane = 14.4712 degrees

width = 0.0229;
height = 0.0102;
flarelength = 0.2729;
angleE = 12.2442;
angleH = 14.4712;
[flarewidth,flareheight] = hornangle2size(width,height,flarelength,...
                           angleE,angleH)
flarewidth = 0.1638
flareheight = 0.1286

Input Arguments

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Rectangular waveguide width, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of 'Width' and a scalar in meters.

Data Types: double

Rectangular waveguide height, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of 'Height' and a scalar in meters.

Data Types: double

Flare length of horn, specified as the comma-separated pair consisting of 'FlareLength' and a scalar in meters.

Data Types: double

Flare angle in E-plane of the horn, specified as a scalar in degrees.

Data Types: double

Flare angle in H-plane of the horn, specified as a scalar in degrees.

Data Types: double

Output Arguments

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Flare width of horn, returned as a scalar in meters.

Data Types: double

Flare height of horn, returned as a scalar in meters.

Data Types: double

Introduced in R2016a

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