A GPS antenna is a device designed to receive and amplify the radio signals transmitted on specific frequencies by GPS satellites and convert then to an electronic signal for use by a GPS receiver. The output of the GPS antenna is fed into a GPS receiver which can compute the position
**Custom components customized to suit your application are available on request.
|Part N°||Frequency||Use||Gain||Gain |
|24- GPAI00N-OS||1575.42 MHz ||GPS||5dBi||40dBi||TNC (female)||IP67|
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