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GPS Antennas

These are two low cost GPS antennas that work well with Raveon’s M7 series of GPS tracking radios.

26 DBI GPS ANTENNA ,Active, 1575 MHZ, Black, Magnetic mount with SMA-M CONN

Connector Type SMA Male
Frequency Range 1575.4 MHz
Gain 28 dB ±2 dB
Polarization Right Hand Circular
Noise Figure 2.0 dB Max
Voltage 3 Vdc
Current 20 mA Max
Housing Black
Dimensions 2″ (Dia) x .6″(H)
Cable Type 6′ RG174
Mounting Magnet Mount

 

The RT-AN-1 GPS antenna can be used with Raveon’s M7 series of GPS AVL transponders. It is a “magnet mout” antenna, used for temporary installations and quick demonstrations systems.

The RT-AN-1 GPS antenna has a built in 3V low-noise amplifier (LNA). The LNA in this antenna will boost the GPS satellite signal, a allowing the antenna to be connected with long sections of coax cable. It also increases the ability of the M7 to receive the GPS satellites. When used with the M7 in a AVL tracking system, GPS reception is improved in dense areas, even in urban canyons and sometimes indoors.

The M7 GPS transponder powers the RT-AN-GP1 through the coax cable. The center conductor of the coax cable passes power from the M7 to the GPS the antenna, as well as passing GPS satellite signals from the antenna to the M7.

28dB(5V) Active GPS Black Through-hole Mount Ant w/17′ RG174 and SMA Male

Connector Type SMA Male
Color Black
Frequency Range 1575.4 MHz
Gain 28 dB ±2 dB
Polarization Right Hand Circular
Noise Figure 2.0 dB Max
Voltage 3 Vdc
Current 20 mA Max
Housing Resin Polymer Plastic
Dimensions 2.5″(Dia) x .7″(H)
Cable Type 6′ RG174
Mounting Bolt with 3/4″ Hole & Double Sided Tape

 

The RT-AN-GP2 GPS antenna can be used with Raveon’s M7 series of GPS AVL transponders. It has a built in 3V low-noise amplifier (LNA). The LNA in this antenna will boost the GPS satellite signal, a allowing the antenna to be connected with long sections of coax cable. It also increases the ability of the M7 to receive the GPS satellites. When used with the M7 in a AVL tracking system, GPS reception is improved in dense areas, even in urban canyons and sometimes indoors.

The M7 GPS transponder powers the RT-AN-GP2 through the coax cable. The center conductor of the coax cable passes power from the M7 to the GPS the antenna, as well as passing GPS satellite signals from the antenna to the M7.

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