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Racelogic Wins Two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise

May 11, 2012By

Simulator company Racelogic, based in the United Kingdom, has been honored with two 2012 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise. The awards were given April 21 to 209 companies to mark Queen Elizabeth's birthday. Racelogic was one of four companies to be honored with the awards for both Innovation and International Trade. read more

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Spectracom Releases Dual-Frequency Multi-GNSS Constellation Simulator

May 10, 2012By

Spectracom announced its new L1+L2 dual-frequency 32-channel multi-GNSS simulator, the GSG-62. The GSG-62 offers multiple frequency band operation, multiple GNSS constellation simulation, and expansion capability for more frequency bands and channels, the company said. The new simulator provides expanded capabilities for those who are testing more than GPS L1, according to the company. “We understand the challenges our customers have... read more

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The Evolution of Spirent GNSS Simulation

May 8, 2012By

Spirent’s simulation systems have changed significantly from their technology beginnings, which can be traced back to World War II radars. The company and its technology have evolved to keep pace with today’s growing population of GNSS constellations and to meet the challenges that receiver manufacturers and users encounter in an ever-complex integrated GNSS environment. read more

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Simulator Buyers Guide

May 1, 2012By

  In GPS World’s first-ever Simulator Buyers Guide, we feature simulator tools, devices, and software from eight prominent companies. Download the PDF. read more

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Innovation: Simulating GPS Signals

May 1, 2012By
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It Doesn't Have to Be Expensive
GNSS signal simulators can be expensive and beyond the limited budgets of many researchers. In this month’s column, we look at one company’s approach to providing GNSS signal simulation at a low cost — one that virtually any researcher can afford.GNSS signal simulators can be expensive and beyond the limited budgets of many researchers. In this month’s column, we look at one company’s approach to providing GNSS signal simulation at a low cost — one that virtually any researcher can afford. read more

Simulating Inertial/GNSS Hybrid: SINERGHYS Test Bench for Military and Avionics Receivers

May 1, 2012By
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A new hardware assessment tool automates testing and mission replay, managing military GPS receiver input and output data, with an operational implementation and with a better control of initialization conditions, especially direct P(Y) acquisition. The test bench drives a GPS/Galileo simulator, a digital jammer, and software programs for visibility computation based on terrain modeling, and for multipath generation on 3D renderings. read more

Taoglas Offers Dominator Antenna with Wider GLONASS Bandwith

April 20, 2012By
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Taoglas is launching the AA.16X Dominator series of antennas, which have a wider bandwidth to cover the GLONASS operating frequencies up to 1610 MHz, a good axial ratio, and a double resonance design for optimum reception at the centre frequencies. The company will showcase its line of antennas at CTIA in New Orleans May 8-10. read more

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CAST Navigation Introduces Handheld Simulator

April 9, 2012By

  CAST Navigation of Tewksbury, Massachusetts introduced its SGX GPS Satellite Simulator. With its compact size — 7 × 11× 3 inches — and weighing in at just over 4 pounds, the SGX is CAST’s newest and smallest fully capable simulator to date. The new SGX replaces the CAST-SIMCOM Simulator which was a 17-inch, 50-pound simulator. The SGX lightweight portability... read more

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