World’s Most advanced GNSS Antenna for Multi-Frequency Applications

Rockville, MD, USA – 03-13-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Maxtena Launches the World’s Most Advanced GNSS Antenna for High Precision and Autonomous Multi-Frequency Applications

The new rugged active quadrifilar helix antenna is designed and manufactured using automotive grade electronics for GIS, RTK and other GNSS applications

 

 

Maxtena Inc., a US-based antenna design and manufacturing company and the inventors of the patented Dynamic Aperture Technology, will introduce the world’s most advanced patented GNSS antenna for high precision and autonomous multi-frequency applications. The M7HCT-A-SMA antenna is a high accuracy, multi-frequency active quadrifilar helix GNSS antenna.

The revolutionary design will offer concurrent GNSS reception on L1: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou and L2: GPS L2C, Galileo E5B, and GLONASS L3OC in a rugged, compact, and ultra lightweight form factor. The antenna is a perfect match for GIS, RTK and other high accuracy GNSS applications. The M7HCT-A-SMA is a great fit for the drone and automotive markets, where high performance and low weight are driving features in antenna selection.

The M7HCT-A-SMA active helix design features Maxtena’s patented compact and lightweight Helicore®technology. This technology provides exceptional pattern control, polarization purity and high efficiency in a very compact form factor. The antenna offers up to 30dB gain for GNSS applications that utilize GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and Beidou, in one radome housing with a single SMA connector.

The M7HCT-A-SMA will join Maxtena’s line of rugged GNSS helix antennas that are ultra lightweight, small, and precise. The M7HCT-A-SMA weighs only 25 grams and is housed in automotive grade PCB plastic with automotive grade electronics and is rated IP67 when mounted. It is ground plane independent and offers extremely low power consumption and minimal phase center variation over azimuth. The antenna offers superb axial ratio ensuring multipath error is mitigated.

Maxtena’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing Vanja Maric said, “Maxtena is very excited to be launching a game-changing antenna for the UAV, drone, and automotive markets, and really for any application requiring a high performance, lightweight antenna that can cover so many frequencies. It is the most robust antenna solution on the market.”

For more information about Maxtena’s range of helix antennas, visit www.maxtena.com/helix-antennas.

About Maxtena

Founded in 2006, Maxtena has rapidly become the recognized global leader in developing and producing innovative wireless solutions. We are engaged in designing, manufacturing and marketing a comprehensive range of embedded, external and custom antenna solutions for GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, COMPASS, Galileo, Beidou), Iridium, Inmarsat and Thuraya Satellites and Terrestrial M2M, MSS and 4G LTE applications.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Maxtena, Inc
Full Name: Loubna Benchekroun
Phone: 8776298362
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Website: WWW.MAXTENA.COM

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