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Trimble 3710 Phased Array Antenna

Product End of Life / End of Manufacturing
Trimble 3710 Phased Array Antenna at EOL/EOM


The versatile Trimble 3710 Phased Array Antenna allows for a variety of applications from direction finding to interference reduction and can be used with any 2.4 GHz band radio.
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Product End of Life / End of Manufacturing
Trimble 3710 Phased Array Antenna at EOL/EOM


The Trimble 3710 Phased Array Antenna is a low profile 2.4 GHz circular phased array antenna that is ideal for mobile applications. Features include:

  • Connects with a Wide Variety of Radios 
  • Rugged Construction and Only 4” Tall 
  • Low Power Consumption 
  • Simple Configuration via RS232, RS485 or High Speed Synchronous Serial Bus 
  • Precision Control of Phase and Magnitude for Each Antenna Element 
  • Fast Recall of Pre-Defined Patterns 
  • Two Simultaneous Signal Paths: Adaptive Phased Array and Reference Omnidirectional Antenna 
  • Programmable or Automatic TX/RX Control 
  • Embedded GPS 
  • Integrated Magnet Mount (optional suction cups)

Array Type
  • Uniform Circular Array 
  • 8 antenna elements

Frequency Range

  • 2400 MHz to 2500 MHz

Antenna Gain 

  • 11.5 dBi maximum directional gain
  • 5.5 dBi antenna gain for omnidirectional pattern 
  • Steerable in azimuth

Phase Control, per element 

  • 1.0 degree resolution 

Amplitude Control, per element 

  • 0.01 dB gain resolution 
  • 20 dB minimum dynamic range

  • Vehicular Networks
  • MANET and Mesh Networks
  • Direction Finding
  • Interference & Jammer Reduction
  • Software Defined Radio
  • WiFi / Zigbee / Bluetooth

The Trimble 3710 Phased Array Antenna has reached end of life/end of manufacturing. Trimble aims to fully support all previous products that are vital to your business operations. For all support requests you must fill out and submit the GNSS Support Request Form to obtain a valid case number.