Linx Technologies Expands GNSS Portfolio with New Active Ceramic Patch Antennas
Linx Technologies, a Merlin, Ore.,-based developer and manufacturer of antennas and connectors, introduced seven new global navigation satellite system (GNSS) active ceramic patch antennas. These antennas support global GNSS applications including GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, NavIC, Beidou and QZSS systems in the L1/E1/B1, L2/E5/B2B and L5/E5/B2A bands.
Each antenna integrates a high gain low noise amplifier and right-hand circular polarization to provide a high performance solution for GNSS signal reception. Each active GNSS antenna has either a 60 or 100 mm coaxial cable terminated in a MHF1/U.FL-type plug (female socket) connector.
"Linx Technologies continues to expand our popular GNSS antenna portfolio by adding more L1 options to serve our customers' varied size and performance requirements," said Linx CEO, Tolga Latif. "Our new active ceramic patch GNSS antennas also meet the need for multi-band L1/L2, L1/L5, and L1/L2/L5 GNSS offerings."
The new active GNSS are available now via Linx Technologies' distributor and manufacturer representative networks.