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SatGen software allows you to create a GPS RF IQ data file that can be replayed on a LabSat which is based on a user-generated trajectory file. This allows you to simulate almost any kind of test, at a set time and date, anywhere in the world.
For example, say you are based in the UK, but you have customers for your products in Australia. You can create a test scenario based around Melbourne and check that your equipment works under these conditions.
SatGen can be used to create a scenario which replicates very high dynamic conditions, allowing engineers to test their systems work in all environments. You could simulate an aircraft taking off and going into a vertical climb up to 30,000 feet, and then performing a high g-turn at this altitude, all without leaving your bench!
Creating your own scenarios couldn't be easier. If you have an NMEA file which contains GGA data, then you can import this directly into the software or alternatively, you can start from scratch by creating a route in Google Earth, or build a profile using simple user commands.
SatGen software with an imported KML file
Developed with the user in mind, this software allows you to create a static scenario, where a position can be manually inserted or easily determined using the integrated Google Maps screen. You can also draw a route by simply clicking-on a series of locations on the map.
SatGen includes a range of predefined command buttons and scenario examples (including figure-of-eight, circle around a point and aircraft take-off). These pre-set scenarios allow you to test a device by making a few simple clicks.
SatGen compliments the LabSat range of GNSS simulators, and is available in GPS only and GPS and GLONASS versions.
Is SatGen right for you? Why not try the demo?
To enable you to experience the full power of SatGen GPS only signal generation software, we have created a demonstration version which will allow you to try these new features. It’s a full copy of the SatGen software but is restricted to run for only 120 seconds when creating scenarios. This will allow you to trial the use of SatGen in your own test facility or laboratory.