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GPS Source releases splitters for small cell and distributed antenna systems

November 11, 2015By
S14GT & S18GT GPS Splitters for DAS (PRNewsFoto/GPS Source, Inc.)

GPS Source has released of a line of GPS/GNSS splitters created for the small-cell wireless and distributed antenna system markets. Specifically designed for the L-band frequency, they can eliminate the cost of multiple antennas and long cable runs in wireless installations. With four or eight outputs, the new line of GPS/GNSS splitters make it possible to use a single GPS referencing antenna... read more

Filtronic Offers Cellular + GPS Splitter/Combiner

November 4, 2015By
The PXC021-V2 by Filtronic.

The new PXC021-V2 by Filtronic is a wideband cellular + GPS low-loss splitter/combiner. Designed for repeater/DAS applications, the PXC021-V2 provides GPS L1 and L2 frequency coverage and wideband cellular frequency coverage (618-960 MHz and 1695-2690 MHz). It has low loss (≤ 0.30 dB Cellular and ≤ 0.70 dB GPS) and excellent cellular to GPS isolation (≥ 55 dB). The L1/L2 Channel Absolute Group Delay is 20 nS maximum... read more

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GPS Source Adds to GPS Rackmount Splitter Line

October 6, 2015By

GPS Source has released a GPS/GNSS rackmount splitter with dual antenna inputs and antenna health monitoring. Developed for the wireless industry, the dual-input splitter provides a GPS timing signal to up to 32 GPS/GNSS synchronization modules and receivers. Its design ensures the GPS timing signal is always available, even in the event of an antenna or cable failure, the company said.... read more

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Optical Zonu Fiber Optic GPS Signal Distribution System

June 11, 2013By
Optical Zonu GPS Distribution System

The GPS Fiber Optic Distribution system from Optical Zonu connects up to 32 remote locations, transporting GPS signals from a single antenna to as many as 32 GPS receivers (or multiple antennas to multiple receivers). A common example of this application is a campus scenario where installing multiple GPS antennas is impractical. This particular system consists of the OZC J‐Series... read more