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NovAtel 3GOXX16A4-XTR-1-1-Cert

The 3GOXX16A4-XTR-1-1-Cert is an active L1/L2 dual-frequency GPS antenna. Measuring 89 mm in diameter x 19 mm in height, it is designed for airborne use but will operate in any mobile application. Customers can use the same antenna for L1 only or dua

  • NovAtel 3GOXX16A4-XTR-1-1-Cert
NovAtel
1120 - 68th Avenue N.E.
T2E 8S5 Calgary
Canada
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Description

The 3GOXX16A4-XTR-1-1-Cert is an active L1/L2 dual-frequency GPS antenna. Measuring 89 mm in diameter x 19 mm in height, it is designed for airborne use but will operate in any mobile application. Customers can use the same antenna for L1 only or dual-frequency applications to increase flexibility and reduce equipment costs.

Specifications

  • Height [m]
    0.01847
  • Type
    Aerial, Land, Marine
  • Width [m]
    0.08890
  • Total weight [kg]
    0.191
  • Certifications
    CE, FCC, FAA TSO-C144, DO-160
  • Design keywords
    Rugged, High vibration resistant
  • Mounting
    Screw, supplied with o-ring to create a seal between surface and antenna
  • Operating temperature: min. [°C]
    -55
  • Operating temperature: max. [°C]
    85
  • Shock and vibration proof
    Designed to meet these standards: FAA TSO-C144, DO-160D, DO-228, MIL-C-5541, MIL-E-5400, MIL-I-45208A, MIL-STD-810 and SAE J1455
  • ROHS compliance
    Y
  • WEEE compliance
    Y
  • Max operational altitude [m]
    21336
  • Min. operating power [V]
    24
  • Max. operating power [V]
    2.5
  • Connection/cable for power
    TNC female
  • Tracked satellite signals
    GPS
  • Type of GPS measurements
    L1, L2
  • Type of SBAS measurements
    WAAS, EGNOS, QZSS, Gagan, MSAS
  • Signal gain [dB]
    33
  • Amplifier
    Y
  • Noise figure [max dB]
    2.2
  • Amplifier description
    Internal 33 dB low noise amplifier
  • TNC female
    Y
  • Distinguishable features
    The 3GOXX16A4-XTR-1-1-Cert antenna is suitable for use in applications using GPS L1/L2 dual-frequency systems. There are two major advantages with dual-frequency systems: Ionospheric errors that are inherent in all GPS observations can be modeled and significantly reduced by combining satellite observations made on two different frequencies; and observations on two frequencies allow for faster RTK ambiguity resolution.

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