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Re: different types of horns?

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  • s92187
    ... the ... the ... BD ... info ( ... info ... Hi Mike: The BD refers to a KS-15676 horn reflector antenna that has been fitted with blinders on the sides
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 30, 2003
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: "mwche" <mwche@y...>
      > To: <coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com>
      > Sent: Monday, March 24, 2003 11:39 AM
      > Subject: [coldwarcomms] different types of horns?
      >
      >
      > > I ran across some ATT broadcast horns that, to the eye , appear
      the
      > > same, but have different model/ type designations that appear on
      the
      > > original "radio station authorization" FCC paperwork.
      > > They are listed as KS 15676 and KS 15676,BD. Any idea what the "
      BD"
      > > stands for? There is also a model KS 15640 that looks the same as
      > > well.
      > > The paperwork also indicated transmitter info, recieve station
      info (
      > > distance, path az.etc ), antenna info, etc,etc.
      > > If somebody was doing research on a specific site/s this type of
      info
      > > might be of some help as a cross reference. It is FCC form 462-C.
      > > Mike
      > >

      Hi Mike:

      The BD refers to a KS-15676 horn reflector antenna that has been
      fitted with "blinders" on the sides to reduce the amount of sidelobes
      in the antenna radiation pattern.

      The KS-15640 is a parabolic dish antenna.

      Terry Michaels
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