GPS Systems for

Signal distribution

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GPS Systeme
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GPS Antennas

GPS antennas are used to receive RF signals from the Sat Nav systems available worldwide, such as GPS L1 / L2, GALILEO, GLONASS, etc. When building a GPS antenna, two types are generally used, the patch antenna
and the helix antenna. We can offer you most of our antennas as passive (P) and active (A) versions.

These kits are no complete solutions.

Submarine GPS Antenna (P)
AS/SA-200 GPS Antenna (A)
DS 56 GPS Antenna (A/P)
3GO16 GPS Antenna (A/P)
3G15 GPS Antenna (A/P)
3G1215 GPS Antenna (A/P)
G5Ant GPS Antenna (A/P)
18×2.5H1215R GNSS / L band Directional Antenna (A/P)
Buoy Antenne (A/P)
123GM Choke Ring GPS Antenna (A)
3NF-4.7CG1215 Anti Jamming GPS Antenne (A/P)
2CG-1215A Anti Jamming GPS Array Antenna (A/P)
AU-3C-GSM GPS Antenna (A) GSM-compatible
HL1 / HL1IR Helix antenna (A/P)
3D1216 Helix antenna (A/P)
AS 26 Helix antenna (A)

This selection represents only a small selection of all available antennas. We can offer you all antennas from the manufacturers Antcom, GPS Source and Matterwaves. For data protection reasons, some of the data sheets are not available directly on the homepage. Please contact us if you are interested in a specific data sheet or would like advice on the various antenna models. A lot of our antennas are available as multiband antenna for GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Omnistar – please ask us about the frequencies you need.

We can also offer you special models such as submarine antennas or CRPA (anti-jamming) antennas. Requests for this type of antenna must be checked individually due to legal requirements and can usually only be ordered after an end user statement has been provided.

Patch antenna is a flat, quadratic, structured plat which is only a few centimeters in dimension. The antenna pattern is horizontally a circle and club-shaped in vertical. Patch antennas are made in general for mobile applications where flatness is important because of aerodynamics. Helix antennas are normally integrated in a vertical cylinder with a symmetric double sized coil. The coil has the wave length or a part of wave length of the frequency, e.g. 20 cm for L1.

The choke ring antenna is a special kind of helix or patch antenna which is inside a metal housing with shaped concentric circles. The choke ring antenna is very resistant against reflections and multipath effects.

The best choose of course depends on the applications and environment. To find out what antenna you need please also refer to the sheet which you can download here.