Pulse Electronics Introduces an Ultra-Thin Antenna with GPS and 3G Functionality
Pulse Electronics' GPS/3G antenna comes in a small elliptical package of 100 x 50mm with a height of only 8mm so it takes up less space on a vehicle's dashboard or windshield. Designed for in-vehicle adhesive mounting, the antenna combines a Pulse Electronics GPS ceramic chip antenna, a low noise amplifier, and 3G antenna functions resulting in a thinner profile than standard GPS and 3G band antennas while still maintaining an excellent level of performance.
The 3G antenna is suitable for global operation providing coverage at frequencies of 824-960/1710-2170 MHz with a gain of 2/4 dBi and a radiated efficiency of up to 70%. The GPS operates at 1575.42 MHz frequency with a gain of 26 dBi max.
"The W4150 series delivers high performance functionality integrated into an ultra-slim elliptical package which provides an aesthetically pleasing addition. It can be installed with either side facing up, making it an extremely flexible solution for the windscreen or dashboard of any vehicle," said Beatrice Colbeau, product manager Pulse Wireless Device Division. "This antenna joins the W4120 and W4000 families as part of a growing range of telematic solutions available from Pulse."
The antennas are individually packaged with double-sided tape for easy installation. The antenna can be installed with either side facing up. It comes with RG-174 cable in a variety of lengths and SMA male connectors. Lead-time is eight weeks.
Pulse Electronics is the electronic components partner that helps customers build the next great product by providing the needed technical solutions. Pulse Electronics has a long operating history of innovation in magnetics, antennas and connectors, as well as the ability to ramp quickly into high-quality, high-volume production. The Company serves manufacturers in the wireless and wireline communications, power management, military/aerospace and automotive industries. Pulse Electronics is a participating member of the IEEE, SFF, OIF, HDBaseT Alliance, CommNexus, and MoCA.