GPS Source, Inc. is Pleased to Announce the Release of Their New L1/L2 Active Antenna

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GPS Source announced today the release of a new L1/L2 Active Antenna. Designed and manufactured by GPS Source, it is robust, lightweight, suitable for harsh environments and long-term high-precision applications.

L2 Active Antenna from GPS Source

"Advanced technology allows greater than 3dBiC performance in both GPS L1 and L2 bands"

GPS Source announced today the release of a new L1/L2 Active Antenna. Designed and manufactured by GPS Source, it is robust, lightweight, suitable for harsh environments and long-term high-precision applications.

Robert Horton, CEO of GPS Source, said "We are very excited about the new L1/L2 Active Antenna. Our advanced technology allows greater than 3dBiC performance in both GPS L1 and L2 bands for ‘dual-frequency’”.

The new active antenna offers excellent LNA gain of 33dB at a low DC current draw and noise figure, minimum 3dBiC element gain and multiple connector options. It has exceptional beam-width as well as significant filtering for excellent rejection of out of band interference. With the antenna’s small and lightweight feature, it makes perfect sense for various applications (commercial and military). Designed to operate in the most extreme and demanding applications, it enables maximum satellite reception with excellent lightning protection.

Also available in a passive model, both antennas are currently in production and will be available for sale in August, 2010.

Founded in 2000, GPS Source, Inc. designs, develops and manufactures solutions that bring GPS inside for the military, defense, aerospace, and other markets. This includes a complete line of mil-spec GPS antennas, splitters, repeaters, cables, etc. The “GPS Live Inside” products ensure GPS signal availability inside. GPS Source, Inc. is a veteran owned small business and an AS9100 certified company. For more information, visit http://www.GPSSource.com.

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