Satellite Positional Simulator suits GPS/Galileo receivers.
April 7, 2010 -
Model GPSG-1000 portable GPS and Galileo positional simulator can be configured with single-channel, 6-channel, or 12-channel simulation. Simulating L1, C/A code, and L1C, L2C, and L5 GPS modernization signals as well as Galileo E1, E5, and E6 signals, it uses modular technology for RF/baseband signal generation to ensure accuracy/repeatability. Tests include acquisition sensitivity, tracking sensitivity, subsystem simulation for 3D flight execution, positional accuracy, and more.
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Aeroflex Introduces Portable Positional Simulator for GPS/Galileo Receivers for Under $20,000
Wichita, KS - Aeroflex today introduced the GPSG-1000, the first truly portable GPS and Galileo positional simulator. The GPSG-1000 is lightweight, easy to use, configurable, and inexpensive. It fills a gap in the market by providing a low-cost 12-channel test set that creates three-dimensional simulations for under $20,000.
With the advent of GPS signal modernization, many GPS simulators on the market today are now obsolete. The GPSG-1000 supports civil and military avionics field and bench maintenance technicians, production test technicians, and system integrators with a modern simulator for L1, C/A code and L1C, L2C, L5 GPS modernization signals, as well as new Galileo E1, E5, E6 services. It can be configured with single channel, 6-channel, or 12-channel simulation. Typical tests include acquisition sensitivity, tracking sensitivity, time-to-first-fix for cold/warm/hot starts, time-to-second-fix, positional accuracy, RAIM failure tolerance, and subsystem simulation for 3D flight execution.
About the GPSG-1000 GPS/Galileo Portable Positional Simulator
The Aeroflex GPSG-1000 uses modular technology for RF and baseband signal generation to produce highly accurate and repeatable test results. Unlike bench top simulators, Aeroflex's approach also allows the test system to be easily upgraded at low cost.
Some of the many features of the GPSG-1000 include:
o Simulation of GPS L1C, L2C, L5 signals, supporting the modernization of signals used by the latest designs of GPS receivers;
o Simulation of Galileo E1, E5, E6 signals to support unencrypted services;
o SBAS, WAAS/EGNOS L1, L5 for automatic SBAS simulation;
o Built-in GPS C/A code receiver for automatic GPS almanac download;
o Waypoint navigation, a 3D navigation scheme that allows airport-to-airport flight plan simulation;
o Programmable satellite parameters allow specific tests to be conducted to determine receiver behavior under degraded or invalid signal conditions;
o Dynamic satellite signal simulation for real world constellation signal conditions.
Price and availability
The GPSG-1000 Portable Positional Simulator is available in single channel, 6-channel, and 12-channel configurations and is priced at less than U.S. $20,000 for the 12-channel configuration. The GPSG-1000 is available in 16 weeks upon receipt of order.
For more information, contact your local Aeroflex sales office by visiting or calling Aeroflex Sales at (800) 835-2352 or email@example.com.
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