GPS Source’s MS12 GPS splitter certified to military specifications is equipped with one input and two outputs. Generally, it is used when the input received from an active GPS antenna mounted on the roof is divided equally between two GPS receivers.
The MS12 can be constructed to supply direct current from a radio frequency output device to the input port for an antenna. This supplies power for the active GPS antenna located on that port. The rest of the radio frequency output would constitute 200 Ohms of direct current power in order to resemble an antenna direct current supply for any receiver that is linked to that port.
As an alternative, the MS12 can be equipped with a 28 VDC power supply certified to MIL-STD-704 or MIL-STD-1275 for providing electricity to the active GPS antenna attached to the port.
There are many options available to tailor the splitter to customer requirements.
- Certified to military specifications
- Passive and amplified versions optional
- Transmits Galileo, GLONASS, and GPS L1 and L2
- Gain flatness excellent
- Less than 2 dB L1/L2 gain
|Frequency range:||1 to 1.7 GHz|
|Gain amplified:||14-16 dB|
|Noise figure:||3 dB|
|Amp. balance:||0.5 dB|
|Phase balance:||1.0 degree|
|Group delay flatness:||1 ns|
|Maximum RF input:||20 dBm amplified, 40 dBm passive|
|Operating temperature:||-40 degrees Celsius to +85 degrees Celsius|
The MS12 splitter from GPS Source can be ordered through TerrisGPS. If you have any question about this splitter, please do not hesitate to contact us using the Request Pricing form.