X-band Pyramidal Horn with 21dB Gain at 10GHz – HFSS Design

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This item simulates the performance of a conventional pyramidal horn in ANSYS HFSS. The structure is simulated in X-band (8GHz~12GHz) and the realized gain of the antenna is 21dB at 10GHz. The input of the antenna is a standard WR-90 waveguide.

The simulation is fully parameterized and the user can change the parameters and optimize the antenna according to the user’s needs.

There are two simulation files: a) complete structure, b) quarter of the structure which uses E- and H- symmetry boundaries. The user can download the bundle which includes both of the simulation files.

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This item simulates the performance of a conventional pyramidal horn in ANSYS HFSS. The structure is simulated in X-band (8GHz~12GHz) and the realized gain of the antenna is 21dB at 10GHz. The input of the antenna is a standard WR-90 waveguide.

The simulation is fully parameterized and the user can change the parameters and optimize the antenna according to the user’s needs.

There are two simulation files: a) complete structure, b) quarter of the structure which uses E- and H- symmetry boundaries. The user can download the bundle which includes both of the simulation files.

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  • Created 21 September 2020
  • Simulation Software ANSYS Electronics Suite - HFSS
  • Software version 2020 R2
  • Antenna Input Waveguide WR-90
  • Return Loss < -25dB
  • Realized Gain 19.1dBi ~ 22.4dBi
  • Beamwidth 14.2deg ~ 20.5deg
  • Polarization Linear
  • Frequency X-Band (8GHz ~ 12GHz)
  • File Extension aedt
  • Tags ANSYS HFSS Antenna Design Horn Pyramidal Horn Simulation WR-90 X-Band

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