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In Line Amplifiers

TW120

TW120

GPS L1, 25 dB

The TW120 is a rugged waterproof, low cost, low noise, low power, narrow band 25dB gain in-line amplifier, specially designed to tightly filter and boost weak GPS L1 signals, while maintaining low antenna noise figures.

TW125

TW125

1.2 to 1.8 Ghz, 25 dB

The TW125 is a low cost, rugged, waterproof, low noise, low current/low voltage, 1.2 to 1.8 GHz band, 28dB gain in-line amplifier, specially designed to amplify all GNSS frequency signals, from GPS L2 to GLONASS L1.

TW125 (N-Type Connctor)

TW125 (N-Type Connctor)

The TW125 is a low cost, rugged, waterproof, low noise, low current/low voltage, 1.2 to 1.8 GHz band, 28dB gain in-line amplifier, specially designed to amplify all GNSS frequency signals, from GPS L2 to GLONASS L1, with N-Type connector

TW126

TW126

1.2 to 1.8 Ghz, 25 dB , mid power

The TW126 is a low cost, rugged, waterproof, low noise, low power, 1.2 to 1.8 GHz band, 25dB gain in-line amplifier, specially designed to amplify all GNSS frequency signals, from GPS L2 to GLONASS L1.

TW127

TW127

Low Current / Low Voltage 1559 MHz to 1610 MHz 25 dB

The TW127 is a low cost, rugged, waterproof, low noise, 1559 MHz to 1610 MHz band, 25dB gain in-line amplifier, specially designed to amplify all GNSS L1 frequencies. The TW127 features a two stage LNA with a mid-section SAW filter. It allows longer cable runs for applications such as mast-mount, large vehicle and timing systems, without degradation of system sensitivity.

The standard model offers low current consumption and DC pass through which allows both the antenna and the TW127 in-line amplifier to be powered by the GNSS receiver without additional hardware such as bias-T, power cable and power supply. The TW127 is optionally available without DC Pass-through. A High Current version is also available.

TW141

TW141

1.15 to 1.75 Ghz, 40dB , mid power

The TW141 is a rugged, waterproof wideband 40dB gain in-line amplifier, specially designed to boost weak frequency signals from 1200 to 1750 MHz, including L-Band and all GNSS (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) signals.