The TW4327/TW4329 wideband GNSS antenna from Tallysman Wireless uses very little power giving it a very small footprint. It is used for tracking traditional L1 GLONASS, L1 GPS and SBAS signals along the 1575 to 1606 MHz frequency bands.
Although extremely small, it contains a patch element that delivers a bandwidth 40 percent wider than most competitive products. A low-noise amplifier takes approximately 1.75mA of electricity and yet sustains consistent attributes with 2.5V to 16V supply voltages.
Coupled with its extremely low-power consumption is a surprisingly good noise level (21dB nominal gain). The unit also offers a two-stage amplifier and mid-section SAW filter with high-rejection capabilities.
The TW4329 version includes an non-jamming pre-filter. The pre-filter, with its Brick-Wall, eliminates saturation coming from such sources as nearby L-Band signals and/or high-grade sub-harmonics.
Applications include fleet management, asset tracking, security, military and surveillance. This is a magnetic-mount device that meets IP67 standards and operates well in harsh environments.
- 1dB bandwidth for GLONASS/GPS
- Axial ratio around 2 dB
- Low noise LNA 1 dB
- SAW filter with high rejection
- Very low power requirement
- Small footprint
|Antenna architecture:||Dual feed wideband|
|Filtered LNA frequency:||Ranges from 1557 up to 1606 mHz|
|Axial ratio:||6-8 dB over complete bandwidth|
|Size:||38 mm diagonal by 14.3 mm high|
|Operating temperature:||-40 °C to +85 °C|
The TW4327/TW4329 wideband GNSS antenna from Tallysman Wireless is available through Canal Geomatics. Please send us your inquiry by completing the Request Pricing form if you would like more information about this antenna.