This antenna is one in a series of GNSS antennas we offer and it is typically used in rover applications where superior performance is required in a small footprint. This antenna uses a similar radiating element to the one used in our geodetic GNSS antenna. It provides excellent phase center stability and high multipath suppression at a fraction of the weight of a choke ring antenna.

This antenna is ready to support all current and future GNSS frequency allocations. The standard version includes coverage of the SBAS frequency ranges. The LNA covers all current GNSS frequencies, has a gain of 30 dB and versions with 10 or 20 dB of gain are available. The LNA is optimized for low noise figure and high intercept point. A set of low loss filters ensures reliable reception even in the presence of strong out-of-band interferers.