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What does HRP stand for?

HRP stands for Horizontal Radiation Pattern (antenna)

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It could not be enlarged without introducing significant narrowing of the XdS horizontal radiation pattern above lkHz.
5 degree, 45 degree and 90 degree sectors in 24GHz, 26GHz, 28GHz, 31GHz and 38GHz bands, and offers a number of advanced antenna pattern features unmatched by competitive designs: -- Flat horizontal radiation pattern -- While conventional antennas provide the greatest signal strength at the center of the beam and then roll off as the angle increases from the center, Endwave's WavShapr features an extremely flat horizontal radiation pattern to enable consistent and uniform performance across the sector.
Note that both the vertical and horizontal radiation patterns are given equal weighting; many speaker designers are concerned only with the horizontal radiation patterns.
For these last 15 years, then, in CD Review, Digital Audio, Speaker Builder, the Boston Audio Society Speaker, and now here in Sensible Sound, I have been preaching that gospel of detailed analysis of horizontal radiation pattern all round the cabinet, and advocating the euphony of smooth driver joins and baffles.
The NHT SuperOne ($350/pair) is most like the B&W (6" and 1" drivers) but is marginally better in horizontal radiation pattern and hence imaging.