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VOLUME -26 NUMBER 10
Publication Date: 10/1/2011
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Pulse Intros LTE in Navigation Antennas
San Diego, CA — Pulse Electronics Corporation is introducing its new vehicular mount antenna for long term evolution (LTE), 3G, 4G, WLAN, and GPS applications. The GPSDM700/2500FFS reportedly offers the best gain on the market over multiple frequency bands. Wider frequency bands (698-960/1710-2170/2300-2700/1575MHz) are covered in one small, compact 3.5-in. (88.3mm) tall, 4.16-in. (105.7mm) diameter at base antenna.

This antenna is suitable for voice, mobile data, fixed broadband, navigation, asset tracking, fleet management, LTE, and 700MHz public safety applications. The broader 698-960 and 1710-2170MHz bands have a gain of 3dBi, while 2300-2700MHz WLAN band has a gain of 6dBi compared to the industry standard 2 and 4dBi. The GPS LNA gain at 3V is 5 dBic/25 dB and at 5V is 5dBic/30dB.

The GPSDM700/2500FFS are rugged, esthetically pleasing antennas with UV and IP-65 protection to ensure a long, reliable, maintenance-free life. They are also RoHS-compliant.

Separate cables create maximum application flexibility. Antennas have 3 cables to optimally support the different technologies. Wireless voice, data, and LTE frequencies are supported by a single low-loss RG-58 cable. WLAN operates on a separate RG-58 cable, while the GPS antenna has its own RG-174 cable. Additional cable configurations, lengths, and connector options are available on request. These direct mount antennas can be easily mounted through a 3/4-in. (19.05mm) hole. The antenna mount can accommodate up to a 5/8-in. (15.88mm) thick surface.

Contact: Pulse Electronics Corp., 12220 World Trade Drive, San Diego, CA 92128 858-674-8100 fax: 858-674-8262 E-mail: sroden@pulseeng.com Web:
http://www.pulseeng.com or http://www.pulseelectronics.com/index.php?1414.
Multi-purpose mobile antenna.

 
 
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