The ANYWAVES© GNSS All-Bands Antenna is an antenna optimized for smallsat missions and designed to cover all GNSS frequencies and the INMARSAT L-band. It has a hemispherical radiation pattern with an axial ratio that is < 3dB and a medium gain (> 0.9dBi). This design has a stable phase center, providing high accuracy. Materials and processes used for assembly have space heritage. The antenna radome protects from radiation and electro-static discharge for polar orbit missions.

Key features

  • All GNSS bands : GPS, Galileo, Glonass, Beidou, IRNSS L5, QZSS L6, INMARSAT in L-band for precise point positioning (PPP)
  • Hemispherical coverage
  • Size < 1U
  • Rx
  • Radome protection against harsh environment: temperatures & ESD

Testing & qualification

The flight model of the product has undergone Acceptance Tests such as RF, Mechanical, Thermal including Return loss, Z-axis random vibration, and Thermal cycling.

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The product is ITAR free.

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Last updated: 2022-05-06

GNSS All-Bands Antenna



123 ± 4 g (with connector)
24.4 mm (with connector)
90 mm
operating temperature
-120 to 120 C
1160 — 1610 MHz (GPS L1/L2/L5, Galileo E1/E5a/E5b/E6, Glonass G1/G2/G3, Beidou B1/B2a/B2/B3)
1525 — 1559 MHz (Inmarsat L-band)
realized gain
> 0.15 dB @ boresight
return loss
< -12 dB
axial ratio
< 3 dB @ boresight
antenna directivity
5.7 dB
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