GNSS-750 Wideband Antenna

GNSS-750 Wideband Antenna

The GNSS-750 from NovAtel is a wideband choke ring GNSS antenna with 3D low profile design that optimizes low elevation signal tracking. This antenna is ideal for reference station, geological monitoring and other fixed location applications.

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Overview

The NovAtel GNSS-750 antenna employs advanced choke ring technology and can track all present GNSS constellations and satellite signals such as GPS and GLONASS. To stay ahead of the game, the NovAtel GNSS-750 can also track future constellations and signals, including GPS L5, Galileo GIOVE-A/B and Compass. It can be upgraded via software to track other signals as they become available.

The innovative design of the GNSS-750 3D antenna enhances its low elevation tracking ability. To reduce the effect of multipath that occurs when signals are being reflected from surfaces such as buildings, trees and the ground, an insert is added to the choke ring design. This highly improves multipath rejection based on live GIOVE-A/B and L5 signals.

The GNSS-750 is compatible with geodetic receivers from most manufacturers. The ultra-wideband Dorne-Margolin element in the GNSS-750 antenna allows it to optimize antenna gain. It is well suited for reference stations and other applications that require a high performance antenna. It is housed in an aluminum case, allowing it to endure harsh environment.

Features

  • Track GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Compass and L-Band including OmniSTAR signals
  • Ultra-wideband Dorne-Margolin element
  • Advanced choke ring technology
  • Enhanced multipath rejection
  • High antenna gain
  • Aluminum case

Technical Specifications

Channels: GPS L1/L2/L5, GLONASS L1/L2/L3, Galileo, Compass, L-Band
Dimensions: 380 mm (diameter) x 200 mm (height)
Weight: 7.6 kg
Connector: N-type
Operating temperature: -55 °C to +85 °C

Ordering

The compact NovAtel GNSS-750 wideband multi-constellation antenna delivers reliable and accurate results. This antenna and its accessories are available through Canal Geomatics. For more information, please contact us using the Request Pricing form.