NovAtel's EuroPak Galileo Receiver - Inside GNSS

NovAtel’s EuroPak Galileo Receiver

NovAtel Inc. offers its new EuroPak-15ab receiver, which can track the Galileo E1/L1, E5a, and E5b signals from the GIOVE-A and GIOVE-B test satellites as well as GPS and satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) L1 and L5 signals. The receiver is purpose-designed for agencies and academic institutions performing testing and signal evaluation, as well as for commercial Galileo evaluation and demonstration projects. NovAtel developed the EuroPak-15ab receiver in cooperation with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) as part of the Galileo Test Receiver (GTR) program.

NovAtel Inc. offers its new EuroPak-15ab receiver, which can track the Galileo E1/L1, E5a, and E5b signals from the GIOVE-A and GIOVE-B test satellites as well as GPS and satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) L1 and L5 signals. The receiver is purpose-designed for agencies and academic institutions performing testing and signal evaluation, as well as for commercial Galileo evaluation and demonstration projects. NovAtel developed the EuroPak-15ab receiver in cooperation with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) as part of the Galileo Test Receiver (GTR) program. The data provided by the EuroPak-15a and EuroPak-15ab receivers includes satellite range information, raw frame data with parity checks, automatic gain control (AGC) data, and receiver configuration and status details. An ASCII or binary interface provides access to data over two high speed RS-232 serial ports capable of 230,400 bits/second. NovAtel Inc., Calgary, Alberta, Canada.