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Molex GNSS Antennas | Tech Specs

February 01, 2018 by TTI, Inc

Some people have a hard time asking for directions, which is what makes GNSS systems like GPS so great.

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Molex GNSS Antennas

Look, some people have a hard time asking for directions, which is what makes GNSS systems like GPS so great. But, sometimes, RF design can be harder than asking for directions, and new applications require designers to fit more functionality into less space, at a lower cost, and in a shorter time. That’s why Molex offers a portfolio of ceramic and LDS-MID GNSS antennas that eliminate space and PCB real estate constraints, reduce implementation costs, and can be easily integrated with minimal RF expertise. Antennas are available for use with various satellite systems and to meet different application requirements, including antennas with no PCB clearance requirement, SMT enabled, low profile, and multiple options for antenna type and polarization. Molex GNSS antennas are easily tuned and can be used in applications ranging from consumer wearables to commercial aviation and industrial applications.

  • Ceramic and LDS-MID (Laser Direct Structuring Molded Interconnect Device) antennas
  • Compatible with BeiDou, Galileo, GLONASS, GPS
  • Antennas with no PCB clearance requirement
  • Profile as low as 1.10 mm
  • SMT options
  • Monopole, PIFA, Patch, and Loop antennas
  • Elliptic, RHCP, and Linear polarization options

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