Satnews Daily
September 29th, 2017

Harxon Rolls Out a Helix ... D-Helix Antenna At Intergeo,

Harxon introduced their multi-constellation D-Helix Antenna during the 2017 Intergeo in Berlin.
The D-Helix Antenna is capable of superior tracking signals from GPS L1/L2 L-Band, GLONASS L1/L2, BDS B1/B2/B3 and Galileo. The innovative quadrifilar helix antenna design of low wind-resistance is ideal for UAV positioning and navigation. The increased antenna gain and beam width ensure a better signal receiving performance of satellite at low elevation angle. The low noise figure enhanced transmission interference reduction and improve the signal quality.

Harxon D-Helix Antenna can be used in UAV patrol, UAV plant protection, unmanned patrol robot and unmanned surveying vessel. It provides the centimeter-level positioning accuracy for a stable flight path and prevents air turbulence, to enable a reliable positioning, height setting and heading information.
Other showcased products from Harxon GNSS family have also drawn interest, such as Survey Antenna, Rover Radio, Frequency Hopping Modules, Smart Antenna and H-RTK — all are also appropriate for the fields of surveying and mapping, precision agriculture and UAVs.
As a technology-driven globalization company, Harxon has applied a certain amount of intellectual property rights and international certifications, such as CE, FCC, Rohs, NGS certification, to their product offerings. The comprehensive technology protection provides a strong support for Harxon growth and globalization development.