The VeraPhase 6000 Series from Tallysman is a constellation antenna that provides the user with the lowest axial ratios (through all azimuths, horizon-to-horizon) across all GNSS frequencies. The VP6000 provides exceptional front to back ratios, high efficiency, a tight Phase Center Variation (PCV), and near constant PCO for all azimuth and elevation angles, through all in-band frequencies.
With Tallysmans VP6000, you can benefit from high receiver gain over the full spectrum, which includes high GNSS band, low GNSS band, and, L-band correction services. This extreme precision antenna is accompanied by a number of robust Low Noise Amplifier variants that are pre-filtered. In order to minimize de-sensing from signals that are high-level as well as out-of-band, each comes equipped with high IP3. At the same time, the VP6000 will still be able to provide a maximum noise figure of 2.2dB.
In terms of its level of performance, the VP6000 can rival other reference/geodetic antennas, including high-frequency choke ring antennas. It has a greater advantage thanks to its small size, lightness, and its being more economical.
- Very tight phase center variation (less than 1mm)
- Axial ratio: 2 dB max from horizon to horizon
- Invariant performance: +2.7 to 24 VDC
- Space in housing for integrated L1/L2 receivers RTK or other OEM systems
- Broadest tracking elevation (0