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October 23, 2018

SDX 18.10 Now Available From Skydel

Skydel Solutions’ SDX 18.10, a new version of the company’s GNSS simulator that features improvements to receiver antenna management and a new advanced jammer type, is now available.

Starting with this SDX update is an upgraded paradigm for managing receiver antennas: SDX now supports the management of multiple vehicle antennas within a single scenario. Antennas can now be defined, named, and exported as antenna files that can be re-imported back into other scenarios. This handy feature will speed up antenna reuse and multi-scenario workflows for users managing numerous antenna models in GNSS simulation scenarios.

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Tallysman Releases Accurate GNSS Choke Ring Antenna

Tallysman, a manufacturer of high performance GNSS antennas and related components, is extending its broad portfolio with the introduction of a high accuracy choke ring antenna – The Tallysman VeraChoke.

Adapting existing innovations that power its patented VeraPhase® antenna, VeraChoke offers a choice in form-factor for reference and monitoring applications, while also delivering optimal performance.

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March 31, 2017

Tallysman Releases Dual Band Plus L-Band GNSS TW3892 Antenna

Tallysman’s Dual Band Plus L-Band GNSS TW3892 Antenna. Photo source: Tallysman.

Tallysman, a manufacturer of GNSS antennas and related products that designs and manufactures its products in Ottawa, Canada, announced the introduction of a through-hole mount dual band plus L-Band GNSS antenna: TW3892.

The introduction of this antenna is a continuation of Tallysman’s expansion into broader band GNSS antennas. It employs the company’s Accutenna technology.

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July 30, 2015

Antenova announces Sinica embedded GNSS antenna

Antenova Ltd. has announced its new, embedded GNSS antenna, named “Sinica.”

Operating in the 1559 – 1609 MHz L-band range, Sinica is suitable for all GNSS positioning applications on the 1559-1609 MHz bands, including GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou and Galileo, according to the company.

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