SatGen GNSS Signal Simulation

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Novatel SatGen screenshotSatGen Signal Simulation Software can be used with LabSat Wideband to simulate all major constellations and signals.

If you need to record, replay or simulate multi-frequency, multi-constellation signals, then we have an easy to use, and cost-effective solution.

SatGen software allows you to create a GNSS RF I&Q or IF data file based on a user-generated trajectory file that can be replayed on a LabSat GNSS Simulator. 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 Europe, but your GPS devices will be deployed throughout the world. With SatGen you can create a test scenario for virtually any location, including hostile areas for which live-sky field testing might be impossible.

This allows you to verify that your GPS equipment performs as required, in a variety of locations that may be geographically remote from your facility.

LabSat Wideband conncted to GNSS engineSatGen complements the LabSat range of GNSS simulators, and is available in single, dual, triple and multi-frequency/multi-constellation versions.

Of course, LabSat can record and replay live data, but creating an artificial scenario allows you to precisely control the data content, create a ‘gold standard’ file for carrying out true comparisons between receivers.

From your bench you can try different acceleration levels, crossing different time zones, the equator,leap second, roll-over and many hard to replicate tests.

The latest version of SatGen can be used to create a single scenario containing all the upper and lower L Band signals for GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and BeiDou, and will take advantage of the LabSat 3 Wideband’s ability to read RF data at up to 95 MB/s.

GPS L1L2CL5 Glonass L1L2  BeiDou B1B2   Galileo E1E5E6

What constellations & signals can I create?

  • Single Constellation - Create single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Dual Constellation - Create dual or single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Triple Constellation - Create triple, dual or single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Wideband - Create LabSat 3 Wideband scenario files for:
    GPS L1C/A, L1P, L1M, L2C, L2P, L2M, L5 ( L1M, L2M noise created only)
    Galileo E1, E5A, E5B, E6 (coming soon)
    GLONASS L1OF, L2OF
    BeiDou: B1I, B1-2I, B2I (BeiDou B1 special almanac including BeiDou future satellites)
  • Real-Time – Create real-time GPS/ Galileo E1, GLONNASS, BeiDou L1 signals with the additional LabSat RT dual constellation system

How does SatGen work?

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.

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-GPS-Simulation-Software

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.

To find out more about how SatGen can be used to simulate GNSS scenarios, contact .


Is SatGen right for you? Why not try it out?

To enable you to experience the full power of the SatGen Simulation Software, we provide a demonstration version which will allow you to try all new features.

Fill out my online form.
 

It's a full copy of the SatGen software but is restricted to create GPS-only scenarios (no other constellations) for only 120 seconds.

This will allow you to trial the use of SatGen in your own test facility or laboratory.

Please note that the SatGen v3 Simulation Software requires a 64 bit windows operation system and will not install on a 32 bit system.

To receive a free copy of this demo version, please complete the form on the left.

For more information on SatGen or a quote, please contact your local LabSat distributor or RACELOGIC directly.

contact us

SatGen GNSS Signal Simulation Software

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Novatel SatGen screenshotSatGen Signal Simulation Software can be used with LabSat Wideband to simulate all major constellations and signals.

If you need to record, replay or simulate multi-frequency, multi-constellation signals, then we have an easy to use, and cost-effective solution.

SatGen software allows you to create a GNSS RF I&Q or IF data file based on a user-generated trajectory file that can be replayed on a LabSat GNSS Simulator. 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 Europe, but your GPS devices will be deployed throughout the world. With SatGen you can create a test scenario for virtually any location, including hostile areas for which live-sky field testing might be impossible.

This allows you to verify that your GPS equipment performs as required, in a variety of locations that may be geographically remote from your facility.

LabSat Wideband conncted to GNSS engineSatGen complements the LabSat range of GNSS simulators, and is available in single, dual, triple and multi-frequency/multi-constellation versions.

Of course, LabSat can record and replay live data, but creating an artificial scenario allows you to precisely control the data content, create a ‘gold standard’ file for carrying out true comparisons between receivers.

From your bench you can try different acceleration levels, crossing different time zones, the equator,leap second, roll-over and many hard to replicate tests.

The latest version of SatGen can be used to create a single scenario containing all the upper and lower L Band signals for GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and BeiDou, and will take advantage of the LabSat 3 Wideband’s ability to read RF data at up to 95 MB/s.

GPS L1L2CL5 Glonass L1L2  BeiDou B1B2   Galileo E1E5E6

What constellations & signals can I create?

  • Single Constellation - Create single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Dual Constellation - Create dual or single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Triple Constellation - Create triple, dual or single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Wideband - Create LabSat 3 Wideband scenario files for:
    GPS L1C/A, L1P, L1M, L2C, L2P, L2M, L5 ( L1M, L2M noise created only)
    Galileo E1, E5A, E5B, E6 (coming soon)
    GLONASS L1OF, L2OF
    BeiDou: B1I, B1-2I, B2I (BeiDou B1 special almanac including BeiDou future satellites)
  • Real-Time – Create real-time GPS/ Galileo E1, GLONNASS, BeiDou L1 signals with the additional LabSat RT dual constellation system

How does SatGen work?

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.

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-GPS-Simulation-Software

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.

To find out more about how SatGen can be used to simulate GNSS scenarios, contact .


Is SatGen right for you? Why not try it out?

To enable you to experience the full power of the SatGen Simulation Software, we provide a demonstration version which will allow you to try all new features.

Fill out my online form.
 

It's a full copy of the SatGen software but is restricted to create GPS-only scenarios (no other constellations) for only 120 seconds.

This will allow you to trial the use of SatGen in your own test facility or laboratory.

Please note that the SatGen v3 Simulation Software requires a 64 bit windows operation system and will not install on a 32 bit system.

To receive a free copy of this demo version, please complete the form on the left.

For more information on SatGen or a quote, please contact your local LabSat distributor or RACELOGIC directly.

contact us

GNSS Signalübersicht für LabSat 3 Wideband

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Diese hilfreiche Anwendung kann zum Nachschlagen und Auswählen von GNSS-Frequenzen und Signalpositionen genutzt werden. Das GNSS-Signalübersicht basiert auf der internen HTML-Konfigurationsschnittstelle für LabSat 3 Wideband, die für die einfache Einrichtung eines Testprogramms entwickelt wurde.

Wie wird das GNSS-Signalübersicht verwendet?

Bewegen Sie die farbigen Bandbreiten-Boxen im Diagramm, um die Mittelfrequenz zu ändern (mit linker Maustaste auswählen und mit gedrückter Maustaste nach rechts oder links ziehen).

Wählen Sie Ihre Bandbreitenanforderung - Wählen Sie die gewünschte Frequenz - Sehen Sie die verfügbaren Quantisierungsstufen.

 
SIGNALANSICHT AUSWÄHLEN
 
 
 
GPS
   
     Gallileo
   
     GLONASS
   
     BeiDou
   
     Sonstige
   
Individuelle Signale anzeigen

BANDBREITE AUSWÄHLEN
10 MHz    30 MHz    56 MHz   

ANZAHL DER SIGNALBÄNDE
1 Band    2 Bands    3 Bands

SIGNAL-QUANTISIERUNG
Aktuelle Quantisierung:
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MITTENFREQUENZ
Bewegen Sie farbige Bandbreitenkästen im Diagramm oben, um Mittenfrequenzen zu ändern (linke Maustaste drücken und nach links oder nach rechts ziehen)
Band 1: 1575 Mhz-1575 Mhz
1575 Mhz
Band 2: 1575Mhz-1575 Mhz
1575 Mhz
Band 3: 1575 Mhz-1575 Mhz
1575 Mhz

Beispiel:

  • 1) Wählen Sie alle Signale, inklusive 'Individuelle Signale anzeigen'.
  • 2) Wählen Sie die Bandbreite '56 MHz '.
  • 3) Wählen Sie ein Signalband '1 Band'.
  • 4) Nehmen Sie zur Kenntnis, dass die Quantisierung 3 Bits ist.
  • 5) Bewegen Sie das rote Feld, um die Mittenfrequenz auszuwählen.
  • 6) Wählen Sie eine andere Bandbreite / Kanäle aus, um die volle Leistungsfähigkeit zu ermitteln.

 

Bandbreiten-Einstellung:

LabSat 3 Wideband verfügt über drei Bandbreiteneinstellungen. 56 MHz, 30 MHz und 10 MHz.

Die Bandbreite der GNSS-Signale variiert, so hat beispielsweise ein GPS-L1-C / A-Codesignal eine Bandbreite von 24 MHz. Aufgrund dessen Signaldesigns, erfasst eine Bandbreite von 9,66 MHz jedoch genügend Daten, damit der zu prüfende Empfänger aufzeichnen, verfolgen und navigieren kann - so wie bei den LabSat 3 Einzel-, Doppel- und Dreifach-Konstellationsgeräten.

Andere Signale mit abweichendem Signal-Design wie Galileo E1 PRS haben eine Bandbreite von 46 MHz und ein Signal-Design, das über die Bandbreite verteilt ist. Viele andere Signale genötigen ähnliche Bedingungen wie der GPS L1 / L2 P-Code und M-Code. LabSat 3 Wideband wurde entwickelt, um alle diese Signale zu erfassen.

Frequenz-Einstellungen:
LabSat 3 Wideband wurde entwickelt, um GNSS-Signale im oberen L-Band (1559 - 1610 MHz) und unteren L-Band (1164 - 1300 MHz) aufzunehmen und wiederzugeben.

Quantisierungseinstellung:

LabSat 3 Wideband kann GNSS-Signale in den folgenden Quantisierungsstufen aufzeichnen und wiedergeben:

  • 3 Bits (3 Bit I + 3 Bit Q)
  • 2 Bits (2 Bit I + 2 Bit Q)
  • 1 Bits (1 Bit I + 1 Bit Q)

SatGen Signal Simulation Software

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Novatel SatGen screenshotSatGen Signal Simulation Software can be used with LabSat Wideband to simulate all major constellations and signals.

If you need to record, replay or simulate multi-frequency, multi-constellation signals, then we have an easy to use, and cost-effective solution.

SatGen software allows you to create a GNSS RF I&Q or IF data file based on a user-generated trajectory file that can be replayed on a LabSat GNSS Simulator. 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 Europe, but your GPS devices will be deployed throughout the world. With SatGen you can create a test scenario for virtually any location, including hostile areas for which live-sky field testing might be impossible.

This allows you to verify that your GPS equipment performs as required, in a variety of locations that may be geographically remote from your facility.

LabSat Wideband conncted to GNSS engineSatGen complements the LabSat range of GNSS simulators, and is available in single, dual, triple and multi-frequency/multi-constellation versions.

Of course, LabSat can record and replay live data, but creating an artificial scenario allows you to precisely control the data content, create a ‘gold standard’ file for carrying out true comparisons between receivers.

From your bench you can try different acceleration levels, crossing different time zones, the equator,leap second, roll-over and many hard to replicate tests.

The latest version of SatGen can be used to create a single scenario containing all the upper and lower L Band signals for GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and BeiDou, and will take advantage of the LabSat 3 Wideband’s ability to read RF data at up to 95 MB/s.

GPS L1L2CL5 Glonass L1L2  BeiDou B1B2   Galileo E1E5E6

What constellations & signals can I create?

  • Single Constellation - Create single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Dual Constellation - Create dual or single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Triple Constellation - Create triple, dual or single constellation scenario files for GPS L1/ Galileo E1, GLONASS L1 or BeiDou B1
  • Wideband - Create LabSat 3 Wideband scenario files for:
    GPS L1C/A, L1P, L1M, L2C, L2P, L2M, L5 ( L1M, L2M noise created only)
    Galileo E1, E5A, E5B, E6 (coming soon)
    GLONASS L1OF, L2OF
    BeiDou: B1I, B1-2I, B2I (BeiDou B1 special almanac including BeiDou future satellites)
  • Real-Time – Create real-time GPS/ Galileo E1, GLONNASS, BeiDou L1 signals with the additional LabSat RT dual constellation system

How does SatGen work?

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.

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-GPS-Simulation-Software

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.

To find out more about how SatGen can be used to simulate GNSS scenarios, contact .


Is SatGen right for you? Why not try it out?

To enable you to experience the full power of the SatGen Simulation Software, we provide a demonstration version which will allow you to try all new features.

Fill out my online form.
 

It's a full copy of the SatGen software but is restricted to create GPS-only scenarios (no other constellations) for only 120 seconds.

This will allow you to trial the use of SatGen in your own test facility or laboratory.

Please note that the SatGen v3 Simulation Software requires a 64 bit windows operation system and will not install on a 32 bit system.

To receive a free copy of this demo version, please complete the form on the left.

For more information on SatGen or a quote, please contact your local LabSat distributor or RACELOGIC directly.

contact us