TW3710 / TW3712

The TW3710 and its pre-filtered version, TW3712, employ Tallysman’s unique Accutenna® technology covering the GPS L1, GLONASS G1, Galileo E1, BeiDou B1 and SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS & MSAS) frequency bands (1557 to 1606 MHz). It provides truly circular response over its entire bandwidth thereby producing superior multipath signal rejection resulting in higher accuracy of position and time. This antenna sets a new price/performance standard in its category.

Features

  • Accutenna® Technology
  • Tight Phase Centre Variation
  • Covers all L1 GNSS Constellations
  • Low noise LNA
  • Temperature compensating LNAs

Benefits

  • Superior multipath signal rejection
  • Ideal for use in single frequency RTK systems
  • Compatible with virtually every receiver
  • Excellent signal-to-noise ratio
  • Consistent response in all operating
    temperatures

The TW3710 and TW3712 are housed in a through-hole mount, weather-proof enclosure for permanent installations. It is available with either a flat or conical radome in either grey or white. The TW3710/TW3712 is also available with either a TNC or N-Type connector on the base of the antenna or with a flying lead and a variety of connectors. L-Bracket or Pipe Mount (part numbers 23-0040-0, 23-0065-0 respectively) are available for non-rooftop installation.

The TW3710 and TW3712 are IP67, REACH, and RoHS compliant.

Mechanical:

Architecture: Dual, quadrature feeds
Size: 66.5mm diameter
Weight: 185g
Enclosure: Radome: EXL9330, Base: Zamak White Metal
Attachment Method: Through hole (M18 x 1 thread)
Environmental: IP67, REACH, and RoHS compliant

Electrical:

LNA Gain: 28 dB min.
Supply Current: 15 mA typ, 20mA max. at 85°C
Supply Voltage: 2.5 to 16 VDC nominal (12VDC recommended max.)
Noise: 1 dB typ.(
Axial Ratio at Zenith over full bandwidth: <2dB typ. ≤3dB max

For further details, please download the Datasheet.

The attached document (PDF) contains graphical representation of the axial ratios, Phase Center Variation (PCV), Phase Center Offset (PCO), and gain patterns over elevation and rotation (azimuth) as measured by an independent laboratory.

TW3710 Performance Measurements

The TW3710 and its pre-filtered version, TW3712, employ Tallysman’s unique Accutenna® technology covering the GPS L1, GLONASS G1, Galileo E1, BeiDou B1 and SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS & MSAS) frequency bands (1557 to 1606 MHz). It provides truly circular response over its entire bandwidth thereby producing superior multipath signal rejection resulting in higher accuracy of position and time. This antenna sets a new price/performance standard in its category.

Features

  • Accutenna® Technology
  • Tight Phase Centre Variation
  • Covers all L1 GNSS Constellations
  • Low noise LNA
  • Temperature compensating LNAs

Benefits

  • Superior multipath signal rejection
  • Ideal for use in single frequency RTK systems
  • Compatible with virtually every receiver
  • Excellent signal-to-noise ratio
  • Consistent response in all operating
    temperatures

The TW3710 and TW3712 are housed in a through-hole mount, weather-proof enclosure for permanent installations. It is available with either a flat or conical radome in either grey or white. The TW3710/TW3712 is also available with either a TNC or N-Type connector on the base of the antenna or with a flying lead and a variety of connectors. L-Bracket or Pipe Mount (part numbers 23-0040-0, 23-0065-0 respectively) are available for non-rooftop installation.

The TW3710 and TW3712 are IP67, REACH, and RoHS compliant.

Mechanical:

Architecture: Dual, quadrature feeds
Size: 66.5mm diameter
Weight: 185g
Enclosure: Radome: EXL9330, Base: Zamak White Metal
Attachment Method: Through hole (M18 x 1 thread)
Environmental: IP67, REACH, and RoHS compliant

Electrical:

LNA Gain: 28 dB min.
Supply Current: 15 mA typ, 20mA max. at 85°C
Supply Voltage: 2.5 to 16 VDC nominal (12VDC recommended max.)
Noise: 1 dB typ.(
Axial Ratio at Zenith over full bandwidth: <2dB typ. ≤3dB max

For further details, please download the Datasheet.

The attached document (PDF) contains graphical representation of the axial ratios, Phase Center Variation (PCV), Phase Center Offset (PCO), and gain patterns over elevation and rotation (azimuth) as measured by an independent laboratory.

TW3710 Performance Measurements