Tallysman adds triple-band GNSS antennas + L-band

April 27, 2016  - By
0 Comments

Tallysman, a manufacturer of high-performance GNSS antennas, has added two triple-band GNSS antennas to its multi-band antenna line.

Photo: TallysmanThe antennas are designed for precision agriculture, autonomous vehicles and other applications where precision matters. The ability of the antennas to access L-band correction services extends its utility to a wider range of applications.

The TW3970 is a pole mount, or through-hole mount antenna, which is also available in an embeddable form as the TW3965. Both employ Tallysman’s Accutenna technology and are capable of receiving GPS L1/L2/L5, GLONASS G1/G2/G5, BeiDou B1/B2, Galileo E1/E5a+b plus L-band correction services (1164MHz to 1254MHz + 1525MHz to 1606MHz).

The TW3970 is housed in a through-hole mount, weather-proof enclosure for permanent installation, with (L braacket, pipe mount or pole mount. The antenna is available with either a flat radome (pictured) or a conical radome. The conical radome is used in permanent mount locations to ward off birds and shed ice and snow.

The TW3965 is an embeddable antenna available with a wide selection of connectors and custom cable lengths. It can be custom-tuned by Tallysman to ensure optimum performance within the customer’s enclosure.

Both versions have superior cross polarization rejection to enhance multi-path signal rejection, tight phase center variation (PCV), and an excellent axial ratio.

 

This article is tagged with , , , and posted in Latest News, Product Showcase

About the Author:


Post a Comment