Tri-M GNSS repeaters are easily installed, no-maintenance plug-and-play systems that bring live GPS and GLONASS signals inside your building. A weather proof antenna is mounted on the outside, usually the roof, of a building in direct view of the sky, and the signals from the external antenna are amplified and radiated indoors by a re-radiating antenna. GPS & GLONASS equipment up to 30 meters (100 feet) away can easily lock onto the re-radiated signal and be ready when needed.
For Emergency Responders
GPS repeaters prevent satellite acquisition delay when a receiver leaves the building, saving seconds, minutes, and lives.
of GPS & GLONASS enabled equipment, the Xtreme-Radiator or Super-Radiator allows for testing of embedded receivers without having to leave the lab and go outside to get satellite signals, increasing efficiency and reducing cost
All aircraft navigation systems must be tested regularly. Where GPS & GLONASS are used they too must be calibrated to ensure full functionality. When a plane is in a hangar, it does not have a clear view of the sky, and therefor cannot pick up GNSS signals. A GPS-GLONASS repeater system solves this problem and allows the GNSS signal to be received inside the hangar rather than having to move the aircraft outside for a view of the sky.
Super-Radiator-Dual and Xtreme-Radiator-Dual are ready-made kits, consisting of an active outdoor GPS-GLONASS combo antenna, typically mounted on the roof of a building to pick up signals (using included mount), a repeater unit to re-radiate the GNSS signals indoors, and a 40 meter coaxial cable that connects the two. For large areas requiring more than one repeater, or if more than 40 meters of cable is needed, Tri-M can also provide a custom solution.