Pendulum GSG-62

Brand: Pendulum
Multi-Frequency, Multi-GNSS Signal Generator – L1, 32 Channel. Includes StudioView SW and Option 90/54 Calibration certificate w. Protocol, GSG-5/6 Series.
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Manufacturer Pendulum
Réf. PEN-GSG-62


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Product description

Pendulum GSG 62

GSG-6 Multi-Channel, Multi-Frequency Advanced GNSS Simulator

The GSG-6 Series family offers multiple frequency band operation, multiple GNSS constellation simulation, and expansion to many more channels. Incorporating all of the features of the popular 5 Series family, the 6 Series line expands your capability to simulate all the new, emerging GNSS satellite signals. With a base of 32 channels, upgradable to 48, 64, or more, it provides navigational fix and position testing, for engineering and development testing. The 6 Series simulator protects your investment by being upgradeable in the future to more frequency bands and channels (plug-in hardware upgrade) and more signal formats (firmware upgrade).

• Pre-defined or user-defined test scenarios
• Full control over all test parameters
• Front panel interface/standalone operation
• Windows-based scenario builder software including Google Maps
• Remote operation by Ethernet, GPIB, USB
• Built-in or downloadable navigation files
• Full control over trajectories and other dynamics
• Up to 64 simultaneous signals
• All GNSS constellations and frequenciesAccurate, adjustable power levels• Synchronization features to external devices or other simulators

Test Solutions
• Position/navigation accuracy
• Dynamic range/sensitivity
• Simulate movements/trajectories anyway on or above earth
• Susceptibility to noise
• Sensitivity to GPS impairments: loss of satellites, multi-path, atmospheric conditions, interference, jamming and spoofing
• Conducted or over-the-air RF
• GPS time transfer accuracy
• Effect of leap second transition
• Multiple constellation testing
• Modernization signals/ frequencies
• Hardware in the loop integration