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RadioWaves adds GPS/GNSS timing antennas

RadioWaves, a manufacturer of high quality microwave antennas and accessories, has released a series of GPS/GNSS timing antennas that cover L1 and L5 GPS bands.

These GPS/GNSS timing antennas provide 'top-of-the-line' axial ratio and higher accuracy for the reception of satellite timing signals and reference frequencies for enhanced phase synchronization in precision network deployments.

The high gain, low noise figure of 2 dB and high out-of-band rejection provided by these antennas allow for the use of longer and more cost-effective cables for easy and flexible installs. They also feature a VSWR less than 1.8:1 and are compatible with several existing mounting brackets. In addition, these fully ruggedized, weather-sealed antennas are IP67 compliant and perfect for use in outdoor and marine environments.

These antennas come equipped with built-in surge protection and support a wide range of GNSS including GPS, GLONASS, BEIDOU, GALILEO and IRIDIUM and provide increased position accuracy in densely populated urban areas, flexible installation, and improved system security.

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Neil Tyler

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