The directivity phase response of horns is modelled and presented. Directivity phase response may be important companion data to directivity magnitude for estimating the performance of clusters of horns. The model shows how directivity phase response is constant inside a horn's coverage angle, and how it falls rapidly outside this angle. Data is normalized to horn angle, horn size, and frequency.
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