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Get to Market Faster – and Lower Risk and Testing Costs – for Your GNSS-Enabled Device

When testing your GNSS-enabled device, a controlled lab can uncover issues before you take the device out for verification testing in the live sky environment.

An ideal controlled lab simulation contributes to lower cost, lower risk of undetected product issues that are discovered in the field, and fewer safety concerns.

Our free eBook shows you:

  • What the ideal GNSS test environment looks like

  • Five principles a test equipment vendor must observe to get the most accurate tests

  • How ICD implementation and constellation modeling, space weather and atmospheric effects, the local environment and vehicle modeling all fit into the ideal lab

  • Considerations for realistic RF record & playback

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Creating the Ideal GNSS Testing Environment

While the real world cannot be fully re-created in the lab – there are just too many variables to account for – there are ways to significantly close the realism gap.

Watch the video to learn how you can better bridge the gap between the lab and the real world to gain actionable results for more realistic testing in the lab.

Principles for Realistic GNSS Testing in the Lab

To succeed in creating an environment in the lab which closely matches the real-world environment, you have to make sure these five things are true:

  1. Simulated GNSS signals faithfully replicate real signals

  2. Synthetic environment closely mirrors characteristics and behavior of real-world counterparts

  3. Able to accurately control the synthetic environment

  4. Record & playback systems able to reproduce real-world RF environment

  5. Simulation equipment is an order of magnitude more accurate than expected DUT performance

Download the eBook How to Create a Realistic GNSS Test Environment in the Lab to learn more.