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High-filtering Antennas Build Interference Robustness, Reject Out-of-band Signals

çThe antennas contain high-filtering amplifiers that reject out-of-band interference, protecting GPS L1 and L2 signals from potential disruption in a crowded RF spectrum, according to the company, including 5G communications signals and other interference sources. The antennas are compatible with standard GPS receivers and are available in several common enclosure form factors, for an upgrade to an existing GPS solution. Existing GPS installations can be future-proofed against current and upcoming RF spectrum allocation changes with these off-the-shelf antennas, compatible with dual-band and military receivers with GPS L1/L2 and M-Code support.

“Interference-rejecting antennas are the first line of defense against out-of-band interference and GPS disruptions,” said Kathleen Fasenfest, Antcom’s chief engineer. “Our high-filtering antennas offer advanced interference robustness to protect against current and future signal crowding on the RF spectrum. These antennas are available off-the-shelf for simple integration with standard GPS receivers and existing positioning systems.”

Four enclosure form factors come with multiple connector and color options. The interference-robust antenna architecture is designed for compatibility with hundreds of products in the Antcom portfolio, ensuring seamless integration into existing positioning systems. For GPS developers, integrators and users requiring assured GPS reception, Antcom’s high-filtering antennas mitigate the risk of out-of-band interference without the need to redesign existing positioning systems.