The GPS Source S14 GPS splitter has one input port and four output ports. It is used to split GPS, Galileo and GLONASS signals from a single input, usually from a GPS simulator or a roof antenna, and sends the outputs to four receivers.
Users can configure the S14 splitter to power the antenna by passing DC current from one RF output port to the antenna. The other RF output ports would be configured to have a 200 Ohm DC load and simulate a DC current draw by the antenna.
The splitter provides excellent gain flatness of less than 2 dB, and is available in two versions: an amplified version and a passive version. Moreover, the S14 splitter is compliant to RoHS/WEEE and the MIL-STD-810 standard.
- Available in two versions: amplified and passive
- Support GPS, Galileo, and GLONASS signals
- Excellent gain flatness
- Compliant to MIL-STD-810, RoHS and WEEE
|Frequency range:||1 GHz – 2 GHz|
|In/out impedance:||50 Ohms|
|Gain flatness:||2 dB|
|Noise figure:||1.8 dB|
|Amp. balance:||0.5 dB|
|Phase balance:||1.0 degree|
|Group delay flatness:||1 ns|
|Maximum RF input:||0 dBm amplified, 30 dBm passive|
|Operating temperature:||-40 Celsius to +85 Celsius|
The S14 GPS splitter from GPS Source can be ordered through TerrisGPS. Please feel free to send us your inquiries by filling out the Request Pricing form.