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GPS Antenna

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GPS antenna suitable for Autocab D21/Sigma/Alpha dataheads available at Digitall Comms. A wide selection of antennas, radios & taxi solutions available please call 01274 602504 or email sales@digitall-comms.co.uk now.

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GPS Antenna, 3 Meter Cable, SMA (M) RF Connector - Right Angle Key

Specifications/Special Features: Configuration:

RF cable: RG174, diameter: 2.7mm (+/-0.1), black Cable length: 3m (+/-5)

RF connector: SMA (M)

Antenna: Frequency range: 1575.42MHz (+/-1.023) Gain: 90o: 2.0dBi minimum 20o: -5.0dBi minimum Mounted on the 60 x 60mm ground plane Polarization: RHCP Axial ratio: 90o: 3.0dB maximum Mounted on the 60 x 60mm ground plane

LNA: Frequency range: 1575.42MHz (+/-1.023)

Gain: Minimum: 28dB Typical: 30dB, +25oC (+/- 5)

Noise figure: 5dB maximum, +25oC (+/- 5) 2dB maximum, +85oC

Out band rejection: 1575.42MHz +/-20MHz 7dB minimum +/-30MHz 12dB minimum +/-50MHz 20dB minimum +/-100MHz 30dB minimum

Output impedance: 50 ohms

Output VSWR: 2.0 maximum

Total specifications (through the antenna, LNA, cable and connector) Frequency range: 1575.42MHz (+/-1.023) Gain: At 90o 34dBi (+/-4.5) - cable loss (note: 1) Mounted on the 60 x 60mm ground plane Output impedance: 50 ohms VSWR: 2.0 maximum

Additional Information

Manufacturer No
Connection No
Construction No
Elements No
Support Boom No
Fasteners No
Saddle Clamp No
Insulator No
Mounting Clamp No
Protection No
Antennas Weight No
Boom Length No
Wind Loading @ 45 m/s No
Impedance No
Bandwidth No
VSWR No
Maximum Power No
Polarisation No
Typical Gain No
Front To Back Ratio No
H Plane Beamwidth No
E Plane Beamwidth No

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