Antenna Patterns for 3D Printing

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    • The antennas on the picture are installed as 30° azimuth and 20° elevation. Nice horny install btw  How do you like the performance?
    • I have installed these horns as shown in the picture below - They are the 30 degree horns - however debate on if I installed correctly has come up - please review the picture and verify that i have installed these 30 degree wide or if I have mistakenly turned them side-ways and made them 20 degree wide. FYI/ the cables look like crap on the picture - the climber has fixed that since it was taken. LOL.. mike
    • You're right, the Fresnel zone reflections are not a problem for circularly polarized setup. It is possible to make a TPA with circular polarization, but as of now we do not plan that. You guessed it right - it's all about the MOQ vs profitability when it comes to mass production. 
    • We are surrounded by water and oceans, so we struggle quite a lot with reflections and variable signal due to high and low tide. Our most difficult links are those out to salmon farms at sea. Using our regular patch-antennas is just a nightmare, and regular RF-element antennas are not much better. So we want to try out cir.pol in an effort to try to minimise the negative effect of reflected signals.  Would it be possible to make some TP-adaptors for us to test, or is it too much R&D and production costs? I don't of course know how big a market it would be for this variant, but the amount of offshore fish farms is growing fast her i Norway. I guess Scotland, Chile, Alaska and more have the same situation. And the latest now is algae farms at sea! And with the demand to transfer live video feeds for 10-15 full HD-cameras and fish feeding system controls to/ from each location, means we need dependable Mb-radio-links all over the place.😅🤗 
    • It is possible to make that, why do you need a circularly polarized antenna?