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i am thinking of using a 61cm diameter parabolic dish because i need a 4 deg beamwidth. the frequency is 9410+/- 30 MHz x-band. this is for a radar application.
---------- Post added 09-09-2010 at 12:26 AM ---------- Previous post was 09-08-2010 at 10:49 PM ----------
can anyone tell me what...
can we get any parabolic dish and use it for an x-band freq? .. or we have to only buy a x-band dish?..... if the parabolic dish is of a different band, can we just replace the feed with x-band waveguide?.. i have to find a 2ft parabolic dish now.. which works in this frequency .. ..
i want to test a parabolic antenna (X-band 9410 MHz) ...... i know there are some software's like HFSS and FEKO but i am a newbie in this area ..can you please tell any easy way to test my antenna
---------- Post added at 11:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:26 PM ----------
srry i am not working on radar design .. i am working on marine radar .. we are thinking of replacing the slotted open array antenna with a parabolic dish antenna.. we are trying to find a x-band 61cm...
yes there is a size limitation.. the parabolic dish antenna which i am trying to use is 61cm in diameter, has 4 deg beamwidth and the freq is 9GHz
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the radar which i am working on is a pathfinder marine radar which works in the freq 9GHz. i am thinking of replace the...