[USRP-users] GPS antenna with power splitter
omnibusor at kaist.ac.kr
Mon Nov 27 10:14:29 EST 2017
Thank you for reply, hossein.Regards,
-----------------------원본메일-----------------------보낸사람 : hossein talaiee <h.talaiee at gmail.com>받는사람: Hojoon Yang <omnibusor at kaist.ac.kr>참 조: usrp-users at lists.ettus.com보낸날짜: 2017-11-27 23:40:31 GMT +0900 (ROK)제목: Re: [USRP-users] GPS antenna with power splitter
There is no difference but at least 3dB loss for GPS signal that has no noticeable adverse effect on GPSDO performance
On Mon, Nov 27, 2017 at 5:13 PM, Hojoon Yang via USRP-users
<usrp-users at lists.ettus.com> wrote:
I have two USRP B200 and each USRP is equipped with GPSDO. Also, I have one 5v active GPS antenna, and one power divider(1 input and 2 outputs) whose operation frequency is 0.7~2.7GHz.
In power divider, the input port is connected to the GPS antenna and each output port is connected to a different GPS ANT port on the USRP B200.
I want two USRP B200 to receive GPS signal from only one antenna. That's why I use power divider.
So, I wonder this configuration works well compared to two GPS antenna configuration (i.e. each USRP are connected to their own GPS antenna).
Is there "any" dis-advantage compared to two antenna config?
I tested it and observed that both USRP's GPS ANT LED was "green" and seems to work but not sure. I executed the sync_to_gps program for both USRP and it worked well.
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