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 Posted: Fri Dec 29, 2017 5:40 pm    Post subject: Converting 2D angles to solid angles If I know the beamwidth of my main beam is 2 degrees in the azimuthal and 2 degrees in elevation, how can I determine what solid angle this would create? This article essentially says that the number of steradians in your solid angle would be equal to: (Max_Azimuth-Min_Azimuth)*[sin(Max_Elevation)-Sin(Min_Elevation)] https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1243540/how-to-calculate-the-solid-angle-of-a-spherical-rectangle-from-astronomical-angl Would you say this is accurate? Is there a better way?
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