GNSS Antenna

GNSS Antennas act as the main interface between the GNSS satellite constellations and GNSS receivers. Which means make communication and networking possible between the constellations and the receiver. They captures the transmitted signals and frequencies that are directed by the waveband used by many GNSS satellites constellations for broadcasting. Moreover, the antennas used in GNSS receivers are manufactured by using radiating elements that are mounted on a ground plane. This radiating element is responsible for the antenna’s bandwidth and radiating characteristics.

Types Of GNSS Antennas available:

  • Patch Antennas
  • Turnstile Antennas
  • Helical Antennas
  • Spiral Antennas
  • Radome Antennas
  • Choke Ring Antennas
  • Resistive Plane Antennas
  • Phased-Array Antennas
  • Parabolic Antennas

What is a GNSS Sensor?

A GNSS sensor is similar to the receiver that offers multi-channel, multi-frequency GNSS integration of centimetre-level. It enables the satellite system to connect and precisely position with the application. They are used for a real-time, high-accuracy and absolute positioning applications related to the measurements and relative rotation.

GNSS Sensors are available in a range of networking and configuration options that support constellations altogether. They are weatherproof, lightweight, rugged enclosures that holds the ability to accommodate multiple receiver board and integrated radio frequencies.