The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

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Re: The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

#61 Post by peterlsc » Wed May 14, 2008 10:21 am

hi i've got a Nokia E90 with GMXT install, and my car is v-kool, so i wonder can this antenna work on my E90 without interfering the phone signal?

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#62 Post by SalesAtGPSdotMY » Sat Jun 28, 2008 1:16 am

Hi there,

We had tested it on the HP iPAQ 6xxx series and there was no interference.

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#63 Post by tlchuan » Fri Jul 24, 2009 12:49 am

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#64 Post by mygis » Fri Jul 24, 2009 10:04 am

Hi, no need to pm. the price has always been open. As per this week's exchange rate, it is RM1xx.xx - just kidding the price is RM195.00 excluding shipping.

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#65 Post by adriankhoo153 » Thu Oct 01, 2009 4:52 pm

Dear bro

I'm using GPS Bay 3033 at present. Do you have anything re readiating antenna that be paired with GPS 3033.

Thanks bro

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#66 Post by bartmp8 » Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:27 pm

adriankhoo153 wrote:Dear bro

I'm using GPS Bay 3033 at present. Do you have anything re readiating antenna that be paired with GPS 3033.

Thanks bro
Bro, maybe you don't understand the function of a Re-rad. A re-rad antenna is a "device" that has a
receiver (usually outside of car) and it magnify the Satellite signal and transmit it inside the car via
a transmitter. Technically speaking, any GPS signal re-rad will work with any GPSr. Just like a playing
music over a loudspeaker, you don't need special/specific ears to listen to the sound coming out.

Having said that, ppl use Re-rad for specific reasons, among which includes:

Windscreens all covered with V-kool
Need very strong and constant Sat signal for Tracking
Using inside a mega Yacht

Is your 3033 giving you signal problem? Are you prepared for all the meters and meters of wires
running thru your car? I know Mygis is a responsible retailer, he probably ask you similar questions.
Just go thru his posts. You'll know what I mean.

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#67 Post by mygis » Fri Oct 02, 2009 10:49 am

Hi Bart, Hi adriankhoo153 ,

In short, the re-radiating antenna is used for devices that do not have external antenna port. It helps conveying the signal of an external antenna to a device that does not have an antenna port.

If you have an antenna port, than just get or use an active antenna.

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#68 Post by adriankhoo153 » Mon Oct 05, 2009 5:13 pm

The problem for my GPS 3033 is getting low start up in my car. Tinted with vkool. Sometime, it take forever to fix any position inside my car. Oh, i think my gps do have the antenna port. R u selling active atenna then?

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#69 Post by SilverBeauty » Mon Oct 05, 2009 7:38 pm

adriankhoo153 wrote:The problem for my GPS 3033 is getting low start up in my car. Tinted with vkool. Sometime, it take forever to fix any position inside my car. Oh, i think my gps do have the antenna port. R u selling active atenna then?

Since you have an external antenna port, then it makes sense to buy a cable external antenna which is easier on the pocket

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Re: The Re-Radiating Antenna Review by Viper76 and MyGIS

#70 Post by mygis » Mon Oct 05, 2009 8:47 pm

Hi,

Yes, that is why I proposed the active antenna aka an antenna that is using a cable and connects to a GPS but would consume some power from the unit itself.

I am not familiar with the GPS 3033 at all. Would you know by chance if it is using an MCX or MMCX port?

Thanks.

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