GPS Source’s military-qualified MS22 GPS Antenna Switch is supplied with two input/output GPS splitters. It contains a sensor to determine antenna health as well as a built-in antenna switch. Two input ports make it possible for the splitter to be plugged into two GPS receiving antennas.
In case the primary splitter fails, the unit switches to the second antenna, ensuring redundancy. When the failure is resolved, operation with the primary is resumed. The automatic switch can also be controlled manually.
Because the MS22 distributes signals to two devices thanks to the two output RF ports, it eliminates the necessity for several GPS antennas to be mounted on a platform or roof. This also makes it possible for all connected GPS units to stay fully operational if an antenna failure should occur.
All of GPS Source’s splitters can be configured with amplified, passive or custom gain.
- Built-in antenna health sensor
- Internal automatic antenna port switch
- Manual antenna port switching overrides automatic switch
- Transmits Compass, Galileo, L1/L2 GLONASS and L1/L2 GPS signals
- Antenna fault indicator panel optional
|Size:||4 inches L by 3.6 inches W by 1.3 inches H|
|Operating temperature:||-40 degrees Celsius to +70 degrees Celsius|
|Resistant to:||Temperature shock, explosive atmosphere, high altitude, lightning, surge, salt fog, fungus, humidity, flammability, shock, sand, dust, and vibration|
The MS22 GPS antenna switch with splitter from GPS Source is available through TerrisGPS. If you would like more information about this switch, please use the Request Pricing form to get in touch with us.