Pyramidal Horn Antenna

5 GHz – 325 GHz


A pyramidal horn antenna is made when the flaring is made along H-plane and E-plane directions. It has shape of pyramid where it gets its common name.

Mi-Wave’s Pyramidal Horn Antennas are expertly manufactured to meet the most demanding client needs globally. We work with the biggest brands globally.

Other gain values available upon request (ex: 10, 15, 20, etc.)

We also have horn antennas available in WR-4, WR-3, WR-2.2

We can customize horn antennas for all your needs.


• Nominal Gain of 25 dB

• Made with precise dimensional tolerance control

• Gain calibration is accurate to 0.5 dB over full waveguide bandwidth


• Low F/D Antennas

• Surveillance Systems

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Pyramidal Horn Antenna | 5– 350 GHz

If you are looking for  pyramidal horn antennas, then you’ve come to the right place. At Millimeter wave products Inc. (Mi-Wave) we specialize in manufacturing the highest quality standard gain horn antennas for many needs.

What makes our pyramidal horns the preferred choice?

Mi-Wave’s  gain horn antennas are fabricated with very close tolerances to ensure the precision of every horn manufactured by Mi-Wave. Each unit is joined to a short section of rectangular wave-guide and terminated in a standard flange. This is critical when you need the best quality millimeter wave products all doing their part in your application.

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As the manufacturing source, we have top sales engineers ready to answer all your questions and quote you on product needs. You’ll find our prices are some of the best since we manufacture all our millimeter wave products in house.

Have a custom job or unique need? No problem!

Contact us so we can work on solutions to meet your needs.

2007 Gandy Blvd N
Suite 1310
St. Petersburg, FL 33702

Tel: 727-563-0034
Fax: 727-563-0031

Email: [email protected]

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Frequently Asked Questions for standard gain horn antennas.

The gain increases with frequency, which is typical for aperture antennas. However, the curve shows saturation at higher frequencies.

This is due to the decrease of the aperture efficiency, which is a result of an increased phase difference in the field distribution at the aperture.

Hence with formula when we see 0.5 degree change but practically it is not at higher frequency. Aperture efficiency of pyramidal horn is 0.511.

The data for the standard gain horns is provided in far field.