The GSG-51 is a GNSS signal generator that emulates a single satellite signal. The main application is a simple but very fast manufacturing test, to assure that the assembly is correct, that the antenna is properly connected, and that the receiver can receive and identify a satellite signal. It provides a fast and cost-effective solution for production test of GNSS-receivers in e.g. mobile phones with integrated GNSS-receivers. Thanks to the wide RF level range from –65 to –160 dBm, the sensitivity of all types of GNSS receivers can be veriﬁed with a minimum of delay. The 60 dB of extra power from normal test scenarios allows from splitting the signal many times.
As the base model of the popular 5 Series GNSS Simulator family, this affordable unit can be upgraded at any time after purchase to increase the channel count, add receiver trajectory control, and add advanced features such as SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, or GAGAN), white noise generation, or multipath simulation. Some restrictions apply. Your investment is protected as you can purchase now, and upgrade later, as needed, when your requirements change.
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Easy to Use
GSG-51 users can conﬁgure settings without the need for an external PC and pre-compilation phase. Via the front panel, the user can swiftly modify parameters such as satellite ID, time and power output. The front panel can be locked out to prevent accidental power down or configuration changes. Once initiated the unit can simulate for 31 days continuously (or indefinitely if the unit is connected to the internet).