GPS Networking Offers EMI Shielding for GPS/GNSS Splitters

GPS Networking Offers EMI Shielding for GPS/GNSS Splitters

GPS Networking, headquartered in Pueblo West, Colorado, has announced that it now offers electro-magnetic interference (EMI) shielding on its GPS/GNSS Splitters.

Interference between electronic components is an increasing issue as more wireless components are used to complete broadband systems. Reducing disturbance among separate frequencies through EMI shielding is a critical deliverable for project managers, says Eileen O’Halloran, general manager at GPS Networking


GPS Networking, headquartered in Pueblo West, Colorado, has announced that it now offers electro-magnetic interference (EMI) shielding on its GPS/GNSS Splitters.

Interference between electronic components is an increasing issue as more wireless components are used to complete broadband systems. Reducing disturbance among separate frequencies through EMI shielding is a critical deliverable for project managers, says Eileen O’Halloran, general manager at GPS Networking

GPS Networking now offers an EMI shielded splitter that has met the requirements set forth in MIL-STD 461F.

"We at GPS Networking are proud to include EMI shielding as another choice for our customers to find the best quality splitter with all the options necessary for their individual projects," says O’Halloran.

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