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PCTEL 1575 MHz 3.5 dBic Timing Antenna, 40dB Amplifier (GPS-TMG-HR-40NCM)

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PCTEL 1575 MHz 3.5 dBic Timing Antenna, 40dB Amplifier (GPS-TMG-HR-40NCM)

Brand: PCTEL           P\N: GPS-TMG-HR-40NCM           UPC: 888063783142

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Description


PCTEL PCTEL 1575 MHz GPS Reference Timing Antenna. 3.5 dBic, N Female connector. Incorporates a 40 dB low noise amplifier with enhanced filtering. Red Collar Mt included.

Specs


Frequency 1575.42 MHz
Gain dBiC 3.5 dBiC
Amplifier Gain 40 dB
RF Impedance 50 Ohms
Maximum VSWR 1.5:1
Polarization Right Circular
DC Voltage 3.3-12.0 V
RF Connectors N Female
Item Height 3.8 in
Item Length 7.5 in
Item Width 4.4 in
Item Weight 0.6 lb
Mfg. Warranty 5 Years


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