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2D Choke Ring Antenna HX-CG7601A
GPS L1/L2+GLONASS L1/L2 +BDS B1/B2/B3
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HIGH PHASE CENTER STABILITY

The unique 2D choke ring design of HX-CG7601A ensures an excellent multipath reduction performance across all GNSS frequency bands including L-Band. And the antenna features the Harxon patented multi-point feeding technology to achieve greater phase center stability and hence effectively improve measurement accuracy. It is ideal for applications of CORS stations, bridge and building deformation monitoring or geological monitoring due to its sub-millimeter phase center stability. 

TRACKING IN CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENTS 

The strong ability to receive low elevation signals with high gain and wide beam width makes HX-CG7601A an excellent choice for tracking visible satellites and provide stable and precision GNSS data under complex environments, such as obstructed environment of tree lines or construction. 

STRONG ANTI-INTERFERENCE PERFORMANCE 

The antenna LNA features an excellent out-of-band rejection performance, which can suppress the EMI, providing the stability and reliability of GNSS signals. Also it effectively avoids disconnection dangerous when receivers are being interfered by wireless communication systems, for example power grid, communication base station or radio modem applications. 

MORE RUGGEDIZED FOR LONG LASTING DURABILITY 

The HX-CG7601A cover is made of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer(GFRP) material and is structurally strong and reliable. The newly designed choke rings are treated with a more robust double treatment for longer lasting durability in harsh environments. The IP67 ruggedized cover is also designed for added protection for inside antenna avoid from dust and water. The antenna MTBF is over 30000 hours, which ensures long-time outdoor operation in challenging environ- ments of high low temperature, high humidity and high salt fog. 


This antenna has been calibrated by NGS (Relative Calibration) .

The NGS data  are available here: Calibration file

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