To ensure that a GPS repeater receives a good input signal, we must specify an appropriate antenna and coaxial cable.
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We occasionally get asked about the differences between GNSS and GPS.
Is there a difference, or are they basically the same? Are they related terms? Do I need a GPS repeater or a GNSS repeater?
This is a brief explanation of the relationship between GNSS and GPS.
Often, firefighting professionals encounter a serious problem with their GPS navigation systems when they leave their fire station in reaction to an emergency call out. Mobile Data Terminals (MDTs) and any other satellite navigation equipment present can fail to provide accurate directions to the incident. This can have serious, and potentially fatal, consequences.
Many fire stations encounter the issue of a lack of GPS coverage inside the building. This can result in unnecessary delays and longer callout times, as well as increased general confusion. Fortunately, the solution to the problem is relatively simple.