Orolia has expanded its family of Skydel-based simulators with the GSG-7.
The new GNSS signal testing solution has a small form factor and features an internal RF combiner, a 1000 Hz simulation iteration rate, real-time synchronization, Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) integration, automation, and multi-constellation and multi-frequency simulations, according to a news release.
The GSG-7 is powered by the company’s Skydel simulation engine and can be programed to simulate operations with all current GNSS signals, as well as future ones. Skydel’s architecture allows new, incoming signals to be implemented through software updates.
The simulator is well suited for development and integration projects that require high performance, all-in-view satellite signals, and an increased number of GNSS constellations. It can accommodate almost any configuration, and the use of SDRs makes maintenance and customization easy and cost effective.
“Capable of handling complex simulation scenarios, the GSG-7 has a simple, yet powerful application program interface (API) ensuring easy automation and integration into your test environment,” Simulation Product Line Director Lisa Perdue said, according to the release. “Users can also benefit from advanced HIL capabilities that include an industry-leading zero-effective latency, and built-in performance monitoring tools.”
Orolia plans to host a product webinar on October 6 to discuss the new GSG-7. Anyone interested can register here.