Integrating a GNSS Receiver
How to build a test plan for designers and developers of GNSS-dependent products
A comprehensive guide for GNSS receiver integrators
Positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) are crucial functionalities in various electronic products, from fitness trackers to delivery drones and farming robots, all relying on global navigation satellite systems (GNSS). Companies integrating GNSS receivers into their products must ensure the receiver's performance meets expectations.
If you’re integrating a GNSS receiver into your product, you need to be confident it will deliver the level of performance you promise your customers.
That means the performance of the receiver can’t be left to chance—it must be tested at each stage of development, and that testing must be done in a way that’s rigorous, repeatable and reliable.
This eBook provides a guide for product designers and developers on creating a test plan for integrated GNSS receivers. It emphasizes the importance of rigorous and repeatable testing at each stage of the development cycle, both in the lab and the real world, to identify and address any issues before product launch. The eBook concludes with a helpful checklist to assist in building the right test plan for specific products.
Download our guide to building a test plan for GNSS receiver integration to ensure you build the right test plan for your specific product.
You'll get a full guide to:
Establishing your product’s PNT requirements
Reviewing GNSS chipset specifications
Selecting a receiver
Integration testing with your prototype
Testing application-specific performance
Testing the antenna
Verification testing in the real world
Testing on the production line
Includes a handy checklist for every stage