Posts Tagged "receiver"

“We are in Testing Times” A phrase being used more and more these days in relation to many things. However ‘Testing Times’ is also a concern to anyone responsible for planning, resourcing and carrying out GNSS testing. We all want our products to be designed, developed and out to the market in ever-shorter timescales. The time taken to perform important testing is often significant. How great it would be to be able to reduce this time, make things more efficient? Well, ...

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Although there is no specific product standard for EMC in GNSS receivers, testing for immunity to electromagnetic interference has to be an essential part of the product development process. Any receiver designed for low-level signals will inevitably be susceptible to electromagnetic interference. And GNSS receivers inevitably are required to operate reliably in areas where they will be subject to any number of sources of interference. These range from natural phenomena such as solar ra...

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