Frontline Offers GNSS Emulator

August 13, 2013  - By

genos_setupFrontline Test Equipment is now offering the Genos GNSS Simulator, a high-dynamic, flexible signal emulator for testing satellite navigation functionality. It is able to emulate satellite signals visible to GNSS receivers for any location around the world, including GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, Beidou, and SBAS (WAAS and EGNOS) signals.

The simulator helps the user evaluate the performance and characteristics of a GNSS receiver, including time to first fix, acquisition sensitivity, tracking sensitivity, and location accuracy. Also, Genos provides scripting options for creating test configurations that start, stop, raise, and lower attenuation and simulate the various dynamics indicative of cars, airplanes, pedestrians, and other modes of transportation and movement. These customized test configurations can be defined using the Genos user interface or through a script file.

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