AMC-ANT660B(G)T - Cellular (2G/3G), Bluetooth/Wi-Fi and GNSS antenna

Low profile, tough screw mount antenna for cellular, Bluetooth/Wi-Fi and GNSS applications

The AMC-ANT660B(G)T is a low profile, tough (IP67/IP69K) screw mount antenna suitable for applications where multiple connectivity (cellular (GSM/UMTS), GPS/Galileo (660BT & 660BGT), GLONASS (660BGT) and Bluetooth or Wi-Fi) through a single antenna is required.

The antenna can be customised according to individual requirements for cable length and connector types (MOQ's may apply).

For sales and technical development support from our in-house engineering team, please contact the Alpha Micro team.

Electrical Specifications - Cable 1 - Cellular/2.4GHz

Frequencies

AMPS (850MHz)

GSM (900MHz)

DCS (1800MHz)

PCS (1900MHz)

3G/UMTS (2.1GHz)

Bluetooth/Wi-Fi (2.4GHz)

Impedance

50 Ohms

Polarization

Linear

Gain

2.2dBi (Max.)

VSWR

<2:1

Power Handling

50W

Electrical Specifications - Cable 2 - Positioning

Frequencies

AMC-ANT660BT

AMC-ANT660BGT

GPS (1575.42MHz)

Galileo (1575.42MHz)

GPS (1575.42MHz)

Galileo (1575.42MHz)

GLONASS (1592 - 1610MHz)

Impedance

50 Ohms

Noise Figure

1.15dB

Polarisation

RHCP

Patch Gain

3dBiC min. at zenith

LNA Gain

26dB @ 3V / 27dB @ 5V

VSWR

<1.2:1

Voltage supply

2.7V - 5.5V

Current

15mA - 25mA

Power handling

138mW (Max.)

Mechanical Specifications and Dimensions

Material

Housing: ABS

Base: Zamak

Gasket: TPE

Max. Dimensions

77.3mm (dia.) x 15mm (body height after mounting)

Weight

0.2Kg with 2.5m cable

Mounting Hole

Square: 15mm x 15mm

Diameter: 19mm

Max. Surface Thickness

4.5mm

Recommended Torque

6 Nm

Wrench Size

22mm

AlphaMicro_AMC-ANT660BT_Dimensions
PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
AMC-ANT660BT-xyz Screw mount 2G/3G/GPS/Galileo/2.4GHz antenna.
AMC-ANT660BGT-xyz Screw mount 2G/3G/GPS/Galileo/GLONASS/2.4GHz antenna.

xyz - Dependent on cable length and connector types selected.

Cable length and connector types can be customised on request.

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Last updated: 3 October 2018