Posts Tagged "GNSS simulator"

The effects of multipath cannot be ignored as they can compromise the performance and accuracy of any receiver design. Put simply, multipath refers to the phenomenon of radio frequency (RF) signals reaching the receiver via two or more routes. It is caused by the original signal being reflected or diffracted, typically by a building, geological feature or even water.

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We sometimes get carried away into thinking everyone must know what a GNSS simulator is but in reality the proliferation of GPS / GNSS applications into many aspects of technology in such a short time span means that some people have had very little experience with GPS / GNSS technologies. So for those non-experts out there, I’d like to help. A GNSS simulator is a signal generator that provides an effective and efficient means of testing GNSS receivers and the systems that rely on the...

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