Rohde & Schwarz SMW200A GNSS simulator
The Rohde & Schwarz SMW200A GNSS simulator is a satellite navigation system simulator. It can be extended to up to four RF outputs and allows GNSS signals to be simulated simultaneously in multiple frequency bands for multiple antennas. It can internally simulate a complex interference environment in parallel with GNSS signals.
Accuracy can be further improved with differential GNSS (DGNSS) techniques. These techniques are used in applications such as autonomous driving, and they are suitable for precise positioning of aircraft during landing approaches.
The product offers an innovative test solution for easy generation of complex and realistic test scenarios for a wide variety of GNSS applications. To test multi-frequency and multi-antenna systems, users have access to 72 GNSS channels that can be assigned to up to four RF outputs. The product can generate QZSS and SBAS signals as well as GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou signals. This enables users to quickly and easily verify the position accuracy of their receivers under realistic conditions.
The product has an internal noise generator and can generate complex interference scenarios with multiple interferers. All signals (GNSS, noise and interference) are generated directly in the instrument. Additional signal sources for external generation of interference signals are not necessary, simplifying test set-ups.
No external computer is needed to configure and operate the product. The integrated, intuitive GUI allows users to generate GNSS scenarios quickly and easily. Due to the multitude of instrument options, the product can be optimally adapted to individual user requirements.
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