GNSS Transponder

The GPS/GLONASS signal transponder can lock the sky satellite signal through the receiving antenna and provide an adjustable test signal. In a communications satellite, a satellite transponder receives signals over a range of uplink frequencies, usually from a satellite ground station.
The transponder amplifies them and re-transmits them on a different set of downlink frequencies to receivers on Earth, often without changing the content of the received signal or signals.
Signal Transponder Repeater can accept outdoor satellite signal, forwarding through amplification, filter, transponder the received satellite signals (GPS/GLONASS) effectively into indoor, and through indoor GPS power dividers, cable assemblies and antennas setting up a perfect network, thus solving the problem of large area indoor not signal coverage. The (GPS/GLONASS)signal repeater is always used in below area: GPS Transponder application: GPS receiver product testing: GPS product production line, GPS mobile phone production line, GPS laboratory, research institutes, etc. need to test GPS products, product performance verification, and other application environments
GPS signal indoor coverage: Need to achieve indoor coverage of GPS signals on various occasions: aviation manufacturing, aviation maintenance, laboratories, building parking lots, GPS stores, indoor demonstration halls, etc.

Power Divider

F power splitters/dividers and combiners are used to split a single RF line into more than one line and divide the power, and similarly, combiners are used to combine more than one feed line into a single one.
Power dividers (also known as RF power tappers or coaxial splitters) are available with 50 Ohm impedance. 50 Ohm power dividers / coaxial splitters from Osprey can be purchased in 2 Way, 3 Way, 4 Way, 6 Way, 8 Way, 12 Way, 16 ways or even 24-way port designs. More ways shall be available against the customer's request. Many of our RF power divider/splitter products are RoHS and REACH compliant.

RF Coupler

Osprey RF couplers are passive devices that couple part of the transmission power in a transmission line. Our RF couplers provide the bandwidth, high directivity and high power that designers need for their most demanding applications. RF couplers often use two transmission lines set close together so that energy passing through one is coupled to the other.
These Antenna Couplers are suitable for applications reaching frequencies up to 6 GHz enables testing of multi-frequency band DUTs, thereby covering all common wireless standards such as 5G/LTE, 802.11A/B/G/N/AC, WiMAX?, ZigBee, Bluetooth?, GNSS, and RFID Ideal for go/no go testing.
Flat Type Antenna Coupler performs RF Coupling and makes a well defined radiated connection for Near Field Electromagnetic Field of DUT as installed in the Osprey’s RF Shield Box, without using any physical RF connector. It is stable and has steady RF Coupling characteristics within the range of 600 ~ 6000 MHz. The subminiature size can be installed onto various types of fixtures.

Signal Amplifier

The power amplifier (RF power amplifier) is a type of electronic amplifier that converts a low-power radio-frequency signal into a higher power signal. Typically, RF power amplifiers drive the antenna of a transmitter. Design goals often include gain, power output, bandwidth, power efficiency, linearity (low signal compression at rated output), input and output impedance matching, and heat dissipation.GPS signal amplifiers are commonly used in a variety of applications where indoor coverage of GPS signals is required, such as aerospace manufacturing, aviation maintenance, laboratories, building parking lots, GPS stores, and indoor demonstration halls. In the subway, some KTV, bars and other entertainment venues as well as the depths of the building complex, GPS signal amplifiers can also be seen. GPS signal amplifier is a product designed to solve the signal blind zone. It brings great convenience to the communication of people in subways, bars, and other occasions.
GPS Signal Amplifier is a single stage gain block in a small form factor that covers the GPS, Galileo, and GLONASS frequencies. The device features 30 or 40dB gain and a noise figure less than 1.5dB. Since the product consumes less than 25mA, the device can be placed in line with the receiver antenna and can be powered by the GPS receiver’s antenna voltage output.

Signal Attenuator

RF attenuators are manufactured to precise industry specifications and the bodies are constructed of an aluminum finned heatsink, stainless steel or nickel plated brass. Osprey RF coaxial attenuators include continuously variable attenuators, DC bias attenuators, fixed attenuators, and step attenuators and programmable attenuators models. These RF attenuators are available in 50 Ohm impedance.
Application:Instrumentation/Prototyping and Characterization/Precision Measurements/Production Systems
Osprey carries a wide range of fixed attenuators with a broad selection of attenuation levels, frequency ranges, and power dissipation ranges. RF microwave attenuators(also known as RF pads) lower the amplitude of a signal(attenuate)a known amount and can be used in a wide variety of applications. These attenuator pads are used when a signal needs to be reduced to protect measurement equipment or other circuitry, to extend the range of power meters and amplifiers, and to impedance match circuits by reducing the VSWR seen by adjacent components. RF attenuators can prevent signal overload in amplifiers, receivers, and detectors, adjusting the signal level to a range that is optimal.