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ew_jammer
 Post subject: Scientific Atlanta model 12-12 standard gain horn antenna
Posted: Thu Jul 15, 2010 10:28 am 
 
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What happened to Scientific Atlanta?
Did anyone pick up their line of horn antennas?
Where can I find some antenna pattern data for a Scientific Atlanta model 12-12 (frequency range 12.4-18 GHz)?


 
   
 
ew_jammer
 Post subject: Re: Scientific Atlanta model 12-12 standard gain horn antenn
Posted: Wed Oct 27, 2010 12:12 am 
 
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Standard gain horn antennas were picked up by MI Technologies, Suwanee, GA.

http://www.mi-technologies.com/Microwav ... tennas.htm






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