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Horn Layout Simplified

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The difficulty of predicting the off-axis behavior of high-frequency horns often leads to grossly inaccurate system designs. A straightforward graphic technique, developed to solve this problem, yields a wealth of information on the performance of high-frequency horns in real applications. Accurate information is obtained very easily and quickly without computer or calculator. Actual design examples and their measured results are presented.

JAES Volume 35 Issue 12 pp. 976-983; December 1987
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