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TW3710 / TW3712 Multi-Constellation Fixed Mount Antenna

$99.79

The Tallysman TW3710  and TW3712 is a multi-constellation Fixed mount antenna designed for precision industrial, agricultural and military applications that offers excellent circular polarized signal reception, multipath rejection and out of band signal rejection. The TW3712 is the pre-filtered model.

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TW3710/TW3712 Fixed Mount Antenna

The Tallysman TW3710 /TW3712 Multi-Constellation Fixed Mount Antenna is a professional grade GNSS antenna covering the Beidou, Galileo, GPS, and GLONASS systems with an SBAS (WAAS, QZSS, EGNOS & MSAS) frequency band (1557 to 1606 MHz). The TW3712 is the Pre-filtered model.
 
Designed for high-accuracy applications, including precision industrial, agricultural and military applications, it offers excellent circular polarized signal reception, multi-path rejection and out-of-band signal rejection.
 
The TW3710/TW3712 features a dual-feed, wideband patch element, with a two stage Low Noise Amplifier, comprised of one input LNA per feed, a mid section SAW to filter the combined output, and a final output gain stage. This configuration provides excellent axial ratio that is constant across the full frequency band.
 
Minimize Signal Jamming with Tallyman’s Anti-Jamming Add On
To minimize performance impact from signal jamming threats, the TW3100 is compatible with Tallysman’s Anti-Jamming add-on, which modifies the radiation pattern of the GNSS antenna to eliminate signals arriving from -10° to +15° from horizon, while slightly increasing the gain of the antenna at zenith.
 
LNA Pre-Filter Available

If you need enhanced protection against high level sub-harmonic signals like LTE and near frequency signals such as Wi-Fi, the pre-filtered model, TW3712, provides these additional benefits with an LNA pre-filter.

Select the pre-filtered option to purchase the TW3712. The TW3712 employs Tallysman’s unique Accutenna® technology, covering GPS/QZSS L1, GLONASS G1, Galileo E1, and BeiDou B1, as well as SBAS (WAAS, QZSS, EGNOS & MSAS).

The housing is a through-hole mount, weather-proofed enclosure for permanent installations. L-bracket or pipe mount adapters (part numbers 23-0040-0, 23-0065-0, respectively) are available for non-rooftop installation. (A 100 mm ground plane is recommended for non-roof-top installations.)
 
Applications
  • High Accuracy & Mission Critical Global Positioning
  • Precision Agriculture, Mining & Construction
  • Military & Security
  • Avionics
  • Law Enforcement & Public Safety
  • Fleet Management & Asset Tracking
Features
  • Covers all GNSS Frequencies
  • Great axial ratio: 1 dB typ.
  • Low noise LNA: 1 dB
  • High rejection SAW filter
  • High gain LNA: 28 dB typ.
  • Low current: 15 mA typ.
  • Wide voltage input range: 2.5 to 16 VDC
Benefits
  • Excellent circular polarisation
  • Excellent multipath rejection
  • Excellent signal to noise ratio
  • Great out of band signal rejection
  • Increased system accuracy
  • Ideal for harsh environments
  • RoHS compliant

LNA Pre-filter 

If you need enhanced protection against high level sub-harmonic signals like LTE and near frequency signals such as WiFi, select Pre-Filter for this product. If you have questions, contact us. 

To minimize performance impact from signal jamming threats, the pre-filtered version of this antenna is compatible with Tallysman’s Anti-Jamming add-on, which modifies the radiation pattern of the GNSS antenna to eliminate signals arriving from -10° to +15° from horizon, while slightly increasing the gain of the antenna at zenith.

Tallysman Wire TW3710/3712 Multi-Constellation Fixed Mount Antenna Data Sheet

Tallysman Connector and Cable Options

Tallysman offers a number of connector and cable options for its antennas. Use the guide below to find the available options for your antenna or contact us for help.

Tallysman Part Number Ordering Guide

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