The Genos GNSS Satellite Simulator is comprised of a 1U Genos signal emulator and a Genos dedicated PC to control it. Both of these devices come preinstalled and read to use.
A broad range of configurations options are available to support a rich variety of test scenarios. Users can use the Genos GNSS simulator to emulate signals along a specific trajectory (the routes longitude, latitude, altitude),
satellite constellation (almanac or ephemerides), time period (both past and future), signal power, and dynamics (plane, car, or pedestrian). You can also import trajectories defined by Google Earth TM or external textual scripts.
- Dynamic satellite simulation with updates every millisecond
- Wide range of satellite receiver coverage - GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and more.
- Build on existing maps and logic structure using Google Earth Interface
- Save on travel and testing expenses in development and production with in lab control and ability to simulate satellite constellations world wide, for any time or trajectory.
- Control all satellite parameters including power levels and RF output signal levels
- Slim, rack mounted, form factor
- Industry leading stability, quality, and reliability
||45mm x 450mm
(1.8" x 12" x 18")
||15kg / 33lbs.
||+10° to +40° Celsius
(50° to 104° Fahrenheit)
||Operating: 40% to 90% RH (noncondensing)
||-40° to +60° Celsius
(-90° to +140° Fahrenheit)
||Storage: 20% to 90% RH (noncondensing)
||110-240V (4.0A) @ 48 to 66Hz
|RF Port (Output):
||SMA coax female, 50 ohm, VSWR <1.2:1 AC Coupled +-50V DC, max reverse RF 22dBm
|External Frequency (Input):
||SMA coax socket, 50 ohm, -5 to +10 dBm @10 MHz
|Internal Frequency (Output):
||SMA coax socket, 50 ohm, 10 MHz @ 10dBm nominal
||SMA coax socket, 50 ohm, TTL level compatible, period selectable 10ms, 100ms, or 1s (1PPS) Gated or un-gated to appear at start of run
||SMA coax socket, 50 ohm, TTL level compatible
||RJ-45 Ethernet interface standard