Formerly the ANT-A72GOLA-TW.
The 42GOXX16A4-XT-1-1-Cert is an active L1/L2 dual-frequency GNSS antenna, offering combined GPS + GLONASS signal reception plus L-Band tracking. It is aircraft certified for navigation but suitable for any mobile application. Customers can use the same antenna for GPS only or dual-constellation applications to increase flexibility and reduce equipment costs. L-Band offers real-time Differential GPS (DGPS) positioning with metre to decimetre level accuracy.
*L1/L2 plus L-Band tracking
*GPS + GLONASS signal reception
*Screw mounting supported
*Supplied with o-ring to create a seal between surface and antenna
*Multi-constellation tracking to enhance solution availability
*Precision positioning, even on long baselines
*Small form factor with good carrier-phase performance
*Enhanced differential performance with L-Band reception
*Reduced equipment costs and need for future redesign
|General Info||Length (mm)||119.38||Width/Diameter (mm)||76.20||Height (mm)||22.80||Weight (g)||227.00|
|Tracking||Max Num of Frequency||Dual||L-Band||SBAS||QZSS|
|Antenna Form Factor||Arinc|
|Performance||LNA Gain (dB)||33|
Small Form Factor
This small form factor antenna measures 76 mm in diameter by 119 mm in length. It is compact and lightweight, making it highly portable and suitable for a variety of environments and applications.
Suitable For Dual Frequency GNSS Systems
The ANT-A72GOLA-TW antenna is suitable for use in applications using GNSS L1/L2 dual-frequency systems. There are two major advantages with dual-frequency systems: Ionospheric errors that are inherent in all GNSS 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. GPS + GLONASS tracking will enhance solution availability.
Meeting the European Union’s directive for Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), integrators can be confident the ANT-A72GOLA-TW can be used in system designs for years to come.