This is a preview of the LabSat 3 Wideband's integral web server which has been designed to easily setup your GNSS testing program. The GNSS Frequency Guide can also be used separately as a GNSS frequency selection tool or a look-up chart for GNSS signal location.
Select your bandwidth requirement - select your required frequencies - see available quantisation levels.
- 1) Select signal display: All signals including 'show individual signals'.
- 2) Select '56 MHz' bandwidth.
- 3) Select one signal band '1 Band'.
- 4) Note quantisation is 3 bits.
- 5) Move the red box to select the centre frequency.
- 6) Select different bandwidth/channels to explore full capability.
LabSat 3 Wideband has three bandwidth settings. 56 MHz, 30 MHz and 10 MHz.
The bandwidth of the GNSS signals varies, for example a GPS L1 C/A code signal has a bandwidth of 24 MHz. However, due to the signal design a bandwidth of 9.66 MHz will capture enough data to allow the receiver under test to acquire, track and navigate as with LabSat 3 single, dual and triple constellation devices.
Other signals with a different signal design like Galileo E1 PRS signal has a bandwidth of 46 MHz and a signal design spread across the bandwidth.
Many other signals have a similar requirement like GPS L1/L2 P code and M code. LabSat 3 Wideband has been designed to capture all these signals.
LabSat 3 Wideband is designed to capture and replay GNSS signals in the upper L-Band (1559 - 1610 MHz) and lower L-Band (1164 - 1300 MHz).
LabSat 3 Wideband can record and replay GNSS Signals at quantisation levels of:
- 3 bits (3 bit I + 3 bit Q)
- 2 bits (2 bit I + 2 bit Q)
- 1 bits (1 bit I + 1 bit Q)