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The MS14ISO from GPS Source is a Military Qualified Active 4-Way GPS Power Splitter that operates in the GPS L1/L2, Galileo, GLONASS, and BeiDou frequency bands from 1 to 1.61 GHz. It provides an isolation of more than 16 dB, a gain of 5 dB, and a noise figure of less than 3 dB. This power splitter has an amplitude balance of ±0.5 dB and a phase balance of ±1.0°. It typically receives input from an active GPS roof antenna that is then split evenly between four GPS receiver units. This splitter can be configured to pass DC signals to the antenna input port to power an active GPS antenna on that port. It requires a DC supply of 28 V, consumes less than 65 mA, and includes a MIL-STD-704-compliant isolated power supply.

The MS14ISO is designed to efficiently operate even in the presence of explosive mixtures of air and jet fuel without causing explosion or fire. It is also designed to meet the military standard requirements of salt fog, fungus, humidity, sand, dust, flammability, electromagnetic interference, and other human factors (that include capabilities and limitations). This GPS splitter is available in a waterproof and hermetically-sealed module that measures 6.1 x 2.5 x 1.3 inches and has N-type, SMA, and TNC connectors.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
    GPS Source
  • Description
    Military-Qualified Active 4-Way GPS Power Splitter from 1 to 1.61 GHz

General Parameters

  • Configuration
    4 Way
  • Application Industry
    GNSS, Military
  • Frequency
    1 to 1.61 GHz
  • Isolation
    16 to 31 dB
  • Input Power
    20 dBm
  • P1dB
    -6 dBm
  • IP3
    10 dBm
  • Impedance
    50 Ohms
  • VSWR Input
  • VSWR Output
  • Package Type
    Module with Connectors
  • Grade
    Commercial, Military, Space
  • Operating Temperature
    -40 to 85 Degree C
  • Note
    Supply Voltage: 16 to 32 V, Current: 55 to 65 mA

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