L-com Unveils New GPS Antennas for Mobile Tracking Applications

By CIOReview | Wednesday, October 14, 2015
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NORTH ANDOVER, MA: Over the last few years, Global Positioning System (GPS) has taken shape in the mobile industry for navigation purposes. In order to provide GPS/ Cellular antennas for mobile tracking applications, L-com, provider of wired and wireless connectivity products, has introduced HG-PCGMO1-03FJ and HG-PCGM01-03SM.

The new antennas aim to serve public safety, railroad, agriculture, utility, mass transit and defense. They are built to provide automatic vehicle location and fleet management. Both the HG-PCGMO1-03FJ and HG-PCGM01-03SM are characterized by a penta band cellular and high LNA gain GPS antenna that ensure secure mounting to metal structures. Designed from UV resistant ABS for reliable operations, it is also architectured to meet the IP65 rating. Inputs for the two antennas can be fed through 3 meter leads, for cellular as well as GPS antenna. These models can be terminated with Fakra Jack and SMA Male connectors.

“In today’s mobile economy, it is important to have the ability to track the movement and status of products and goods. Tracking systems deliver real-time information on the location, activity and inventory of vehicles to improve business performance and reduce costs. They can also significantly aid recovery efforts in the event of theft. L-com’s HyperLink brand HG-PCGM01-03 series GPS/cellular antennas are the key to these tracking systems,” says Ken Burgner, Product Manager, L-com.