[time-nuts] GPS splitter

Tim Lister listertim at gmail.com
Fri Jun 16 20:26:17 EDT 2017

On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 4:40 PM, Gregory Beat <w9gb at icloud.com> wrote:
> I have reached the point that I need a 4-port splitter for my GPS antenna (outdoor 5 volt).  Any recommendations of models (HP/Symmertricom/Microsemi) to acquire OR to avoid??

As we recommended to me when I asked a similar question, the Narda
4372A-4 was a brand I had not heard of before and didn't come up in
'gps splitter' searches. I got one on ebay for $24 plus a bit extra
for DC blocks on the n-1 other ports and it seems to work well and it
was handy to have an SMA-based solution as most of the gps receivers
and the antenna pucks seem to use SMA. This meant I only needed 1 N to
SMA converter cable for an external antenna (which has yet to be
externalized...). I found it smaller in real life  than it looks in a
lot of the pictures, about the size of a modern smartphone but about
double or more the thickness (the connectors are on the ends).

> greg
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