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A pyramidal horn antenna operating at 4 GHz has a power gain of 25 dB a d width of 10 cm. Calculate aperture height.

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Power gain of a pyramidal horn antenna can be expressed as

Step 2

Given the frequency of operation *f* Hz, the corresponding wavelength of operation becomes

Step 3

In this case, since the value of the operating frequency is 4 GHz, the value of the operating wavelength will b...

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