Tri-M GPS repeaters are easily installed, no-maintenance plug-and-play systems that bring a live GPS signal 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 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 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 a GPS signal, increasing efficiency and reducing cost
All aircraft navigation systems must be tested regularly. Where GPS is used it 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 GPS signals. A GPS repeating system solves this problem and allows the GPS signal to be received inside the hangar rather than having to move the aircraft outside for a view of the sky.
Xtreme-Radiator and Super-Radiator, as well as the Xtreme-Radiator-Dual and Super-Radiator-Dual combo repeaters, are ready-made kits, consisting of an active outdoor GPS antenna (GPS & GLONASS for dual models), typically mounted on the roof of a building to pick up signals (using included mount), a repeater unit to re-radiate the GPS signal 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.
The reliability, high-gain, low-cost, and easy installation of Tri-M's GPS repeaters have made them industry favorites for almost 20 years.