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Multi-constellation simulator

Corporate Member Spirent has launched a new multi-frequency, multi-GNSS RF constellation simulator.

Spirent explains that the GSS9000 produces a comprehensive range of emulated multi-GNSS, multi-frequency RF signals with ultimate class-leading flexibility, coherence, fidelity, performance, accuracy and reliability, offering:
- supreme performance, improving on existing world-leading solutions
- ultimate flexibility for all testing needs
- most comprehensive capabilities available in any GNSS test solution

Signals covered are:
- GPS L1 L2 L5
- Galileo E1 E6 E5ab
- SBAS L1 L5
- BeiDou B1 B2
- QZSS L1 L2 L5

Spirent adds that the GSS9000 provides numerous benefits to all those working in high-end GNSS technology and application development. This includes comprehensive and feature-rich simulation and full control of all aspects of the GNSS operating environment, inherent repeatability and the ability to apply systematic errors and incidents that are impossible to realize using actual satellite signals.

Full details from Spirent below . .

  • 27 March 2014
  • RIN

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