Thetype exposes the following members.
Gets or sets the efficiency of the front end's antenna, as a ratio between zero and one.
Gets or sets the effective noise temperature resulting from effects outside the antenna; galactic noise, Earth's albedo, etc., in kelvin.
Gets or sets the spacing between the early and late correlator peaks, in chips. Typically 0.125-1.0 chips.
Gets or sets the bandwidth of the DLL tracking loop, in hertz. Typically 1-18 Hz.
Gets or sets the bandwidth of the front end used to track all signals, in hertz.
Gets or sets a value indicating whether this receiver uses signals from two frequencies.
Gets or sets the gain of the Low Noise Amplifier (LNA). Linear units.
Gets or sets the noise factor value this receiver uses to calculate noise in the communication signals. Note that this is set by the values supplied for the Low Noise Amplifier gains, reference temperature and antenna temperature.
Gets or sets the antenna polarization.
Gets or sets the gain of the cabling after the Low Noise Amplifier (LNA). Linear units.
Gets or sets the gain of the cabling and filtering prior to reaching the Low Noise Amplifier (LNA). Linear units.
Gets or sets the front end's antenna gain pattern.
Gets or sets the ambient temperature where the front end is operating, in kelvin.