GPS Source’s C21 Galileo/GLONASS/GPS combiner is an RF device with two inputs and one output. Primarily, it is used for receiving input from two different GPS antennas, merging the data into one signal, and sending it to a GPS receiver.
This means the C21 can relay direct current from a radio frequency output to its two (J1 and J2) antenna input ports so that the GPS antennas active on its ports have a power supply.
The unit comes with many options for configuring according to user needs. When the powered option 1275B is purchased, the maximum direct current in is 35 Volts. When the powered option is delivered with a wall mount transformer, voltage input is 9 Volts.
- Transmits Galileo, GLONASS, and GPS L1 and L2
- Passband flatness excellent
- Less than 0.5 dB L1/L2 gain
- Certified to MIL-STD-801
|Frequency range:||1 to 2 GHz|
|In/out impedance:||50 Ohms|
|Insertion loss:||1 to 2 dB|
|Gain flatness:||0.5 dB|
|Amp. balance:||0.5 dB|
|Phase balance:||1.0 degree|
|Group delay flatness:||1 ns|
|Maximum RF input:||30 dBm|
|Operating temperature:||-40 degrees Celsius to +85 degrees Celsius|
The C21 combiner from GPS Source can be ordered through TerrisGPS. If you have any question about this combiner, please do not hesitate to contact us using the Request Pricing form.