The GP AM 3000 active antenna module serves to transmit the audio programmes from the GuidePort cell transmitter to the visitors' receivers. Each programme, for example English tour for children or French tour for adults, needs its own antenna. You can connect up to two antennas to one cell transmitter via data cable. The data to be transmitted is selected on the antenna module.
Transmission of one audio programme per antenna module
Data signal can be routed to a second antenna unit
Antenna module may be located at a distance of up to 150m from the cell transmitter
Power supply via the cell transmitter
Optional connection of a directional antenna via SMA connector (RF Out)
Cable for audio devices 3.5 mm lockable jack - 3.5mm rightangled jack (52 cm)
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