New Antennas from Antcom Contain High-Filtering Amplifiers for Assured GPS Reception

Antcom’s new antennas contain high-filtering amplifiers that reject out-of-band interference, protecting GPS L1 and L2 signals from potential disruption in a crowded RF spectrum By DA Reporter / 07 Jun 2021
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Antcom has introduced a new series of high-filtering antennas with interference robustness for assured GPS reception. With high-filtering amplifiers that reject out-of-band interference, these robust antennas protect GPS L1 and L2 signals from potential disruption in a crowded RF spectrum, including 5G communications signals and other interference sources. 

Four enclosure form factors are now available with multiple connector and color options. The interference-robust antenna architecture is designed for compatibility with hundreds of products in the Antcom portfolio, ensuring seamless integration into existing positioning systems. 

These off-the-shelf antennas are compatible with dual-band and military receivers with GPS L1/L2 and M-Code support.

For GPS developers, integrators and users requiring assured GPS reception, these high-filtering antennas mitigate the risk of out-of-band interference without the need to redesign existing positioning systems.

“Interference-rejecting antennas are the first line of defense against out-of-band interference and GPS disruptions,” said Kathleen Fasenfest, Antcom’s chief engineer. “Our high-filtering antennas offer advanced interference robustness to protect against current and future signal crowding on the RF spectrum. These antennas are available off-the-shelf for simple integration with standard GPS receivers and existing positioning systems.”

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