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Radiall expands tactical antenna product portfolio

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Edited by the Electronicstalk editorial team Oct 22, 2009

Radiall USA has expanded its range of tactical antenna products with stubby GPS passive and active L1-band antennas.

The passive EPL 09-13 and active EPL 09-14 antennas are enclosed in a miniature package requiring little space on crowded handheld equipment requiring GPS L1-band connectivity.

Offered with a standard SMA coaxial connector interface, these low-profile antennas can be customised to meet the needs of the application.

The stubby GPS antennas are designed for handheld GPS receivers, handheld tactical radios with GPS capabilities and sensors.

The EPL 09-13 passive GPS antenna features a GPS L1 (1575.42MHz) frequency, 50ohm nominal impedance, 3:1 maximum VSWR, -4dBi +/-1dB gain, an operating temperature range of -40C to +71C and an immersion (mated) of 65.6167ft (20m).

It has an overall length of 1.75in and weighs 1.05 ounces (30g).

The EPL 09-14 active GPS antenna features a GPS L1 (1575.42 MHz) frequency, 50ohm nominal impedance, 3:1 maximum VSWR, -3dBi +/-1dB gain, 16dB active gain, an operating temperature range of -40C to +71C and an immersion (mated) of 65.6167ft (20m).

It also has an overall length of 1.75in and weighs 1.05 ounces (30g).

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