Posts Tagged "simulation"

Developers of connected and autonomous vehicles must assess how well the vehicle’s antenna receives GNSS signals – and that requires over-the-air testing. This blog looks at the implications.

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For most GNSS receivers, static navigation accuracy is only part of the story. The ubiquitous automotive satnav system is the most common case where dynamic accuracy is essential. And users will only be satisfied with the performance of their receivers if turn-by-turn navigation instructions are both accurate and timely. So while you may be familiar with the concept of testing the performance of a GNSS receiver in the lab with a GNSS simulator, how can this be extended to take into acc...

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