Rohde & Schwarz SMBV100A satellite system
Whether in the R&D lab or in production, the global navigation satellite system (GNSS) solution for the R&S SMBV100A is claimed to set new standards in the field of satellite simulation.
It supports all possible scenarios, from simple set-ups with individual, static satellites all the way to flexible scenarios generated in real time with up to 12 dynamic GPS and Galileo satellites.
A number of standard tests are available for characterising the performance of a GNSS receiver, eg, time to first fix (TTFF) and location accuracy. Test runs often include an entire series, each with a different scenario. Satellite simulators that allow users to simulate a wide variety of scenarios are suitable for this.
Only a few keystrokes are needed to generate complex scenarios, unlimited in time, with up to 12 satellites - including hybrid GPS and Galileo constellations.
Whether measuring TTFF, location accuracy, reacquisition time or sensitivity, the simulator can determine the performance of receivers quickly and easily.
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