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GNSS Multi-Band Magnetic Mount Antenna - 5m (SMA)

The ANN-MB-00 GNSS multiband antenna is extremely unique from other GNSS/GPS antennas in that it is designed to receive both the classic L1 GPS band and the newly launched (started in 2005) L2 GPS band. Additionally, the ANN-MB-00 from u-blox is extremely well built with both a magnetic base with mounting holes for additional anchoring for the harshest environments.

Designed for the latest u-blox F9 platform--including the ZED-F9P module--it provides a fast, easy, and reliable multi-band antenna solution but can be used with any GPS/GNSS receiver that can benefit from the L1/L2 dual reception.

This antenna supports GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou and includes a high-performance multi-band RHCP dual-feed patch antenna element, a built-in high-gain LNA with SAW pre-filtering, and a 5m SMA cable.

  • Frequency:
    • L1 Band: 1559-1606MHz
    • L2/L5 Band: 1197-1249MHz
  • Peak gain (over 15cm diameter ground plane):
    • L1 Band: 3.5dBic
    • L2/L5 Band: 0-2.0dBic
  • VSWR: max. 2
  • Bandwidth: min. 200MHz
  • Impedance: 50 Ohm
  • Polarization RHCP
  • Supports GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou
  • 5m coaxial cable with SMA connector
  • Magnetic base, fixed installation option (screw mount, 2 x M4 screws)
  • Dimensions: 60.0mm x 82.0mm x 22.5mm
  • Weight: 175g (including cable)

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Really good product

Arrived very fast, plug n play. Found the device under linux and recieved input quickly