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Pathway for Successful High-precision GNSS Antenna Integration

Location, location, location! With the increase in demand for navigation and positioning system applications, the requirement for more precise location abilities is more important than ever. The development of new antenna solutions to serve IoT applications, and the agriculture, transportation, recreation, surveying, and mapping industries have boomed to support these developments.

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Integrating high-precision GNSS antennas into these applications can be daunting. Position accuracy, integrity, and correct, high-quality, antenna integration are essential to safety and success. Be sure you’re making a high-performance product from beginning to end – the first time!

Join Taoglas experts Baha Badran, Global Antenna Technology Director, and Pat Frank, Principal RF Engineer, as they discuss the opportunities, identify the pitfalls and show you the path to successfully integrate high precision GNSS antennas. In this webinar, you will learn:

  • GNSS background, including bands and constellations.
  • What’s the best antenna for your application?
  • Key factors in determining antenna performance.
  • Augmentation techniques with high precision multiband antennas.
  • What type of testing and validation you need.

Patrick Frank

Principal RF Engineer at Taoglas

Patrick has more than 10 years of IoT and RF engineering experience and holds a B.S.E.E from Minnesota State University, Mankato. He has expertise in RF design, testing, and debugging of LTE systems, GNSS products, mmWave products, and smart antennas and has worked on wireless and RF product designs across many industries.

Baha Badran

Global Antenna Technology Director at Taoglas

Baha has over 14 years experience in RF, antenna design and product development across thousands of projects. He currently leads a strong team of 40 world-leading Engineers at Taoglas and is an expert in high-precision accuracy using GNSS.