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Trimble Juno T41 External GPS Antenna

Trimble Juno T41 External GPS Antenna

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The external GPS antenna is recommended to calculate location more precisely when the Trimble computer is in a vehicle.

Features

  • Allows more satellites to be located
  • Recommended when computer is inside vehicle
  • Connects to Juno T41
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When the Juno T41 is inside a vehicle, it is common for the GPS signal strength to be reduced by the vehicle itself. To counteract this effect, the External GPS Antenna is recommended. It connects directly to the MCX port. The External GPS Antenna should be mounted to the top of the vehicle, where it has an unobstructed view of the sky. A properly installed antenna enables the GPS receiver to calculate your location more precisely because more satellite signals will be received, especially those that are high in sky and otherwise blocked by the vehicle roof. Once the External GPS Antenna is disconnected, the computer will revert to its internal GPS antenna.

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