GNSS Forecasting Proven to Improve Position Accuracy in Deep Urban Environments
NOTE: This blog is a summary of a paper delivered at ION GNSS+ 2022, titled GNSS Performance Evaluation for Deep Urban Environments using GNSS Foresight. If drones and autonomous vehicles are to operate safely in deep urban areas, one major technical problem needs to be overcome. Tall buildings and other features can block an autonomous […]
Esther Anyaegbu | Jan 2023Tags: GNSS Foresight
Solving LEO Orbit Modeling Challenges
Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellations promise to revolutionize communications. Understanding and addressing the specific challenges of LEO orbits is a critical step in accelerating this development.
Cyril Botteron | Dec 2022Tags: LEO
Integrating Spirent GNSS Simulators with NI LabVIEW
In a co-simulation testing and R&D environment, integration of the equipment and interoperability of the systems involved is vital. To facilitate both elements, Spirent GNSS simulators provide an open, feature-rich API that enables users to remotely configure and control the simulator from an external computer. This API, SimREMOTE, enables Spirent to provide customers open interface […]
Ricardo Verdeguer Moreno | Dec 2022Tags: Remote Configuration
Positioning, Navigation and Timing in Low Earth Orbit
Low earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellations are promising to revolutionize communications. But building a high-performance LEO service presents a significant challenge.
Mia Swain | Nov 2022Tags: IoT, LEO
Achieving Maximum Realism in GNSS Spoofing Testing
The aim of GNSS receiver testing is to understand and optimize how the device will perform in the real world. But that immediately creates a quandary for test teams. Rigorous testing requires the test environment to be repeatable and controllable, but the real-world environment is rich and dynamic. So how can testers bring realism into […]
Romain Zimmermann | Jul 2022Tags: Spoofing, Standpoint