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' Magellan/gsc100: Antennas Magellan Gsc 100 Orbcomm Antenna'




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Antennas General
s Combined ORBCOMMGPS antenna
Featuring Both GPS and VHF
s Rugged lowprofile antenna design
Technologies
s Three mounting options are available
Roof top mount
Overview
Magnetic mount
Magellan is pleased to present a new dual band anten Trunk mount
na design for use with both the Global Positioning
System and Orbcomms LEO satellite GPS L1
Configured in a single integrated device this antenna Frequency range 1575 GHz
10 MHz
provides a separate feed line for the GPS and VHF fre Axial ratio 3 dB
quency band Gain 35 dBi
Amplifier Gain 25 dB
Noise Figure 2 dB
Architecture Power Supply 5 Volts
30 mA
A 35 dB microstrip patch antenna with 25 dB gain LNA
ORBCOMM VHF
serves the GPS function A rugged low profile encap
Frequency Range 137151 MHz
sulated Flex Mast antenna rounds out the VHF element
Gain 2 dBd Flex Mast
Several mounting of the antenna are
available rooftop for permanent installation magnet Physical ic for temporary usage and trunk
lid for semiperma Base Dimensions 25 dia X 10 high
nent installation without the need to drill holes Flex Mast
Dimensions 7 Flex Mast
Many connector are possible with SMB
Cable Length 20 feet 5 M
connectors on both antenna leads being the most com
mon Others are available upon request including SMA GPSVHF DUALBAND ANTENNA MOUNTING OPTIONS
ANDORDERING INFORMATION
and TNC
Mounting GPS VHF VHF
Part
Method Connector Connector Radiator
Applications For use with the GSC100
109785 Roof Top Mount SMB BNC Flex Mast
s Fleet Management
109787 Magnetic Mount SMB BNC Flex Mast
s Fixed Asset Monitoring 109786 Trunk Mount
SMB BNC Flex Mast
s Advanced Vehicle Location
For use with the Asset Tracker
s Emergency Response Services
TBD Roof Top Mount SMA BNC Flex Mast
s Personal Messaging
TBD Magnetic Mount SMA BNC Flex Mast
TBD Trunk Mount SMA BNC Flex Mast
For use with the Stellite Modem OM200
109782 Roof Top Mount SMB SMB Flex Mast
109784 Magnetic Mount SMB SMB Flex Mast
W I R E L E S S C O M M U N I C AT I O N S 109783 Trunk Mount SMB
SMB Flex Mast
Other connector combinations are available on request
471 El Camino Real Santa Clara CA 95050
T 408 6155100 F 408 6155200
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