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GNSS signal splitter

A GNSS splitter connects an external antenna to two GPS receivers or repeaters simultaneously.

Optimised to pass signals within the GNSS frequency range.

Rugged construction ensures performance on land, sea or air.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Forsberg Starlink GPS signal splitter

  • Supports GPS L1, GLONASS G1, Beidou B1, Galileo E1
  • Also passes Inmarsat, Omnistar and DGPS beacons
  • Low insertion loss: <4dB
  • Connectors: N Type or TNC sockets
  • Weight: 4 oz, 113 grams
  • Temperature range: 0 C  to 50 C
  • Isolation: Typically >18dB
  • Dimensions: 7.62 x 5 x 3.2 cm
  • Power supply: powered by GPS receiver

 

There are two ordering options, depending on the functionality required regarding DC power supply/.

 

Option 1 – BT2DGPS

GPS signal from the antenna enters the splitter and is passed to both GPS receivers via primary and secondary ports.

The GPS receivers are both providing a DC voltage to power the splitter and the external antenna.

DC voltage from the receiver on the primary port passes through to the antenna (DC pass through).

Secondary port doesn’t pass the DC voltage through to the antenna (DC blocked).

 

 

Option 2 – BT2DGPS-2DC

GPS signal from the antenna enters the splitter and is passed to both GPS receivers.

The GPS receivers are both providing a DC voltage to power the splitter and the external antenna.

Both primary and secondary can power the antenna – highest voltage wins.

The antenna continues to receive power even if one of the receivers is not functional.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also available from Forsberg Services is a comprehensive range of GPS amplifiers

 

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