Tallysman offers embedded full-band and triple-band GNSS antennas

August 11, 2020  - By

Tallysman Wireless Inc. has added four embedded VeroStar products to its line of GNSS antennas. The compact and light embedded VeroStar models offer key features not available in many other embedded antennas on the market.

Photo: Tallysman

Photo: Tallysman

The VSE6028, VSE6028L, VSE6328 and VSE6328L embedded VeroStar antennas are designed and crafted for high-accuracy positioning. With an exceptionally low roll-off from zenith to the horizon, VeroStar antennas provide tracking of GNSS and L-band correction signals at low elevation angles.

The optimized axial ratio at all elevation angles results in excellent multipath rejection, enabling accurate and precise code and phase tracking.

For details on the antenna and its development, see “Innovation” in the September issue.

VeroStar antennas feature a robust pre-filter and high-IP3 LNA architecture, minimizing de-sensing from high-level out-of-band signals, including 700 MHz LTE, while still providing a noise figure of only 1.8 dB.

Photo: Tallysman

Photo: Tallysman

The light (80 g) and compact (106 mm in diameter and 40 mm in height) wide-band spherical antenna element enables the VeroStar to deliver a ±2 mm phase centre variation (PCV), making it ideal for high-precision applications, such as autonomous vehicle navigation (land, sea and air), smart survey devices, and maritime positioning.

The VSE6028 supports the full GNSS spectrum (the VSE6028L includes support for L-band correction services), while the VSE6328 supports the GPS/QZSS-L1/L2/L5, GLONASS-G1/G2/G3, Galileo-E1/E5a/E5b, BeiDou-B1/B2/B2a, and NavIC-L5 signals and frequency bands (the VSE6328L includes support for L-band correction services).

The unique features of the VeroStar antennas deliver high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), high accuracy, and high precision in challenging environments.

About the Author: Tracy Cozzens

Senior Editor Tracy Cozzens joined GPS World magazine in 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.