AccessoriesGPS / GNSS Antennas
There are several types of GPS antennas available for the GNSS-referenced products supplied by Masterclock®. The difference between the antennas is physical packaging, gain, mounting and the different lengths of antenna cable that can be used.
Basic GPS Antenna
The "basic" package is designed for installations where a short antenna cable 16 ft (5 m) can be used. The antenna is water/moisture resistant, with 28 dB amplification and suitable for indoor or outdoor mounting.
Standard GPS Antenna
The "standard" package allows cable lengths up to 500 ft (150 m). The antenna is water/moisture resistant, with 28 dB amplification and suitable for indoor or outdoor mounting.
High-Gain GNSS Antenna
A 38 dB "high-gain" antenna is also available for congested cell-site applications or for applications requiring longer cable runs. Pipe-mounting hardware is included.
Anti-Jam GNSS Antenna
The GNSSANT-AJ is an anti-jam high-gain antenna designed for applications in areas where elevated levels of electronic ‘noise’ in the same frequency band from interfering signals can be expected. Pipe-mounting bracket included.
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