Dual Antenna GPS Receiver for Satellites

Dual Antenna GPS Receiver for Satellites

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GPS and QZSS receiver for micro and small satellites. Dual GPS antenna enables positioning at any attitude. Inner combination of signals from two antennas
  • ・ QZSS and GPS receivable


    ・ Lower cost using COTS hardware


    ・ Digital synthesis of dual channel antenna input signal


    ・ Software processing by CPU and FPGA with the flexibility to meet individual
    needs.


    ・ Positioning of the spacecraft regardless of the attitude by dual channel antenna


    ・ The maximum length of cable is1.5m


    ・ GPS-R(1PC)/GPS-A(2PC)


    ・ ITAR free


    ・ RoHS nonconformity


    ・ Made in Japan


  • GPS-R / Supply voltage:
    5 V
    GPS-R / Telemetry, Command Interface:
    Sirial I/F (TIA/EIA-422 ITU-T V.11)
    GPS-R / Vibration:
    Random : 25.72 Grms (20 to 2000 Hz)
    GPS-R / Time to fix:
    < 15 min (cold start), < 1 min(warm start)
    GPS-R / Rigidity (first natural frequency):
    300 Hz
    GPS-R / Radiation:
    Tolerant to radiation environment of LEO altitude
    GPS-A / Reception frequency:
    1575.42 ± 1.023 MHz
    GPS-A / Gain:
    26 dBi ± 6 dB ( -30 to + 85 °C)
    GPS-A / Output impedance:
    50Ω
    GPS-A / Output VSWR:
    > 2.0
    GPS-A / Power supply voltage:
    DC 4.5 ±0.5 V
    GPS-A / Consumption current:
    12 to 30mA
    GPS-A / Operating temperature range:
    -30 to +85°C
    GPS-A / Storing temperature range:
    -40 to +100°C
    GPS-R / Number of Channels:
    16 ch
    GPS-R / Number of antennas:
    2
    GPS-R / GPS Signal:
    L1 C/A (1575.42 ± 1.023 MHz)
    GPS-R / Positioning accuracy:
    < 3 m
    GPS-R / Temperature Range:
    -20 to +60°C(Operation), -50 to +70°C(Non-operation)
    GPS-R / Dimensions:
    107 x 131 x 31 mm(Receiver), 44 x 51 x 15 mm(Antenna)
    (flange and screw not included)
    GPS-R / Sensitivity:
    < -130 dBm (at anntena terminal)
    GPS-R / Power Consumption:
    < 2.5 W (except antenna)
    GPS-R / Mass:
    < 500 g
    1. Satellite
    2. Year
    3. Developer
    4. Inclination (deg)
    5. Altitude (km)
    Satellite: ISS (Planned)
    Year: 2016
    Developer: JAXA
    Inclination (deg):
    Altitude (km):