DA910 multi-band GNSS Antenna

DA910 multi-band GNSS Antenna

This antenna provides GPS L1/L2, GLONASS L1/L2, COMPASS B1/B2/B3 and Galileo E5b/E6 coverage.

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DA910 multi-band GNSS Antenna provides multi-band GPS coverage: L1/L2, GLONASS L1/L2, COMPASS B1/B2/B3 and Galileo E5b/E6 and allow a faster initialization by improving the number of satellites available.

The DA910 is an affordable and highly efficient multi-band GNSS active antenna.

This GNSS active antenna features high gain, excellent low elevation gain and circular polarization. It is ideal for Precision Positioning in triple frequency and uses multi-feed point design to ensure the superposition of phase center and geometrical center.

The device allows concurrent reception of GPS / GLONASS / BeiDou & Galileo signals to improve signal availability.

DA910 multi-band GNSS Antenna allows strong signal acquisition thanks to its wide beam radiation patterns, even in sheltered places. It is waterproof and UV-proof, and resistant to impact of high and low temperature.

The minimum 5dBi peak gain is amplified using a 40dB LNA gain to ensure the best signal quality in any situation.

A magnetic threaded pod is included for easy placement onto any metallic surface like car or house roofs, structures, rovers, etc...

This GNSS navigation antenna is well-suited to high precision surveying and mapping applications in industries like geodesy, road construction, marine surveying, container terminal operations, etc.

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Data sheet

Frequency
Multi-band antenna
Mechanical  

Size   146.5mm diameter x 62.5mm height
Weight700g
ConnectorTNC-K and extension SMA
Operating T°-40°C to 85°C

Electrical

Supply Voltage3V to 5.5V
LNA Gain40±2dB
Average Current Consumption≤45mA
Noise≤1.5dB
Axial ratio≤3dB
Impedance50Ω
Horizontal Coverage angle360°

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