In several use cases there is a need for providing a GPS reference signal to a variety of device with built-in
receivers. Running separate Antenna cables to each of those GPS receivers is often difficult and cumbersome.
This includes, for example
lab setups where many cellular base stations with GPS clock reference input are operated
lab setups wit a variety of measurement devices that utilized GPS disciplined reference clocks
in-building distribution of GPS RF signals
The sysmocom 16-channel GPS antenna RF splitter is the ideal solution for such setups. Its unparalleled
number of 16 receiver-side RF ports allow for a large density of GPS receivers.
The GPS RF signal of a single GPS antenna (which can optionally be phantom powered by the splitter) is
filtered, amplified, filtered again and then split (in two stages of 1:4 dividers) across 16 RF outputs.
Each output features an integrated DC-block and a dedicated LED to indicate if phantom voltage is supplied by
the attached receiver or not. Supported biasing voltages on the output side are in the range of 3 .. 12V DC.The product is available in two form-factors
a stand-alone extruded aluminum desktop enclosure - useful for portable operation on a lab desk
as a module for a 3U component carrier - a perfect fit for larger rack-mounted lab installation or
in-building GPS RF signal distribution
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This is a 1:4 resistive RF splitter/combiner with on-board additional
per-port 30dB attenuation, resulting in total insertion loss of 42.5 dB.see the product homepage for more details, including the data sheet
This is a 1:4 resistive RF splitter/combiner with on-board additional per-port 40dB attenuation, resulting in total insertion loss of 52.5 dB.see the product homepage for more details, including the data sheet