GNSS Antenna


GNSS antenna is a device for receiving and amplifying radio signals transmitted by GNSS satellites at a specific frequency and converting them into electronic signals for use by GNSS receivers. The output of the GNSS antenna is fed into the GNSS receiver, which uses the data to determine position. By definition, GNSS provides global coverage.


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