Satellite Antenna

A satellite antenna is a device that transmits and receives signals to and from satellites in orbit around the Earth. It consists of a parabolic reflector, a curved surface that reflects the signals from the satellite to a focal point where a feed horn is located. The feed horn is responsible for transmitting and receiving the signals to and from the satellite and is connected to a radio transmitter or receiver. The size and shape of the antenna depend on the frequency and type of signals it is designed to transmit and receive.

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