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HX-CU7006A Embedded Helix Antenna
The Harxon HX-CU7006A embedded helix antenna is designed for high precision positioning services and offers superior satellite signal tracking, including GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, and Beidou as well as L-Band correction service.
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The Harxon HX-CU7006A embedded helix antenna is designed for high precision positioning services and offers superior satellite signal tracking, including GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, and Beidou as well as L-Band correction service. Its RTK positioning accuracy makes it ideal to be integrated into applications as surveying and mapping, and various UAVs operations as aerial photography, remote sensing, infrastructure inspection, traffic control, and public security.
 
ADVANCED PATENTED D-QHA TECHNOLOGY FOR EXCEPTIONAL LOW ELEVATION TRACKING
The HX-CU7006A antenna adopts patented D-QHA technology for stable performance of wide-angle circular polarization (WACP), which ensures exceptional low elevation satellite tracking while maintaining high gain and providing reliable signal tracking. This consistent performance makes it ideal option for UAVs even under challenging environments.
 
UNIQUE MICROWAVE MATERIAL FOR STABLE STRUCTURE AND BETTER GAIN
The HX-CU7006A has an integral formation structure and uses laser engraving technology to print radiant surface, ensuring high consistency for mass production. It also adopts unique low dielectric constant, low loss microwave material for a stable formation as well as good space utilization. The adoption for new material and structure delivers better radiation efficiency and a higher sideband gain.
 
COMPACT DESIGN FOR EASY INTEGRATION
The HX-CU7006A embedded helix antenna has a compact dimension. The antenna plus active circuit only have a  diameter 44*H31.7mm dimensions. The microwave material that the antenna used is extremely lightweight, easy to be integrated into flying solutions while prolongs fly endurance of the UAVs.
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