Measurements of directional response are often used to predict interactions in arrays. Implicit in this approach is a simplistic source model with demonstrable limitations. The source models can be greatly improved by incorporating the known physical attributes of the horns. Example models of horn directionality are presented which agree closely with measured data, and which accurately predict array performance.
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