High Performance GPS Patch Antenna
> High Sensitivity
> Low Power
> External Switchable MCX Jack
- Hi Performance
- 28 dB LNA Gain
- Impedence: 50 Ohm
- Polarization: RHCP
- MCX Connector
- Low Power Consumption
- GPS L1 compliant
- Dimensions: 37 * 23 * 7.4 mm
- Operating Temperature: -40+85 deg C
Internal Antenna for All Kind of GPS Applications
KANT-3200S is the newest generation of GPS Active Antenna. Working at 1575.42 +/- 1.023 MHz with supply voltage of 3.0 V it is the ideal solution when you need an interrnal antenna.
KANT-3200S is specially designed to switch the antenna from the internal mode to the external mode mechanically when the external antenna is being connected. It also returns to the internal mode from external mode when the external antenna is disconnected.
The miniature design is the best choice embedded it in any portable device like PND, PDA, Telematics and vehicle locator.
Our receiver is suited for tracking devices in weak signal environment and battery operated products like personal navigation devices, handheld computers, vehicle locators.
KANT-3200S has a market leading sensitivity. Its patch antenna provide a perfect reception to continue navigation in extremely difficult environments, such as indoors, urban canyons or deep foliage.
Operating Temperature Range
KANT-3200S is built to perform in the -40 +85 degree Celsius temperature range.
EVALUATION AND DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
Evaluation & Development Tools
KNCTEK GPS Module Evaluation Kit consist of a Test Board to be connected to a Windows PC via USB port. The Test Board can host individual Target Boards that host the GPS Module you wish to test. The EVM is delivered with a complementary Active Antenna and USB cable to allow you to immediately operate your tests
The test program and manual are delivered with CD an GSP Viewer.
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KNCTEK GPS Module Evaluation Kit consist of a Test Board to be connected to a Windows PC via USB port. The Test Board can host individual Target Boards that host