Racelogic’s latest update to the LabSat 3 simulator allows the use of 128-Gbyte SD cards, giving up to nine hours of high-quality RF recording. Also included in the update is the ability to use external USB hard drives and the addition of a serial/USB NMEA output, generated by the internal GPS engine during a replay.
The multi-constellation, stand-alone, battery-powered GPS/GLONASS/Beidou simulator is affordable and convenient, Racelogic said.
Along with SD card recording, LabSat 3 features inbuilt battery power, dual-channel recording of GPS/Galileo/QZSS/SBAS, BeiDou, or GLONASS, and logging of other external signals such as CAN and RS2232 — in a small, rugged, and light enclosure.
Existing LabSat 3 customers can get this update free of charge from here.
This video demonstrates the unit’s ease of use: