Non-GNSS sources of RF (radio frequency) are of interest in GPS-degraded or contested signal environments, with interest focused on LEO (low earth orbit) constellations. These systems offer high receiver signal power (relative to GNSS) and a secure & resilient link to augment GNSS.
Launched August 2021, Spirent Federal’s first-to-market alternative RF navigation simulator enables alternative RF signal simulation concurrently with GNSS. Testing can be static or dynamic, with stationary, pedestrian and ground vehicle trajectories available. Contact us to discuss fielded configurations.
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Spirent Federal Launches Alternative RF Navigation Simulator
Spirent Federal’s product can simulate resilient alternative RF navigation signals on its own or concurrently with GNSS signals. Testing can be static or dynamic, with stationary, pedestrian and ground vehicle trajectories available.Read Press Release
GNSS Testing for LEO
The operation of LEO constellations depends on the PNT solution provided by the satellites’ onboard engines. Learn how to test for optimal performance.Read Featured Brochure
Spirent Federal Collaborating with Xona Space Systems
Xona’s patent-pending approach using small satellites in LEO is intended to improve global PNT resilience and accuracy by both enhancing GNSS and operating as an independent system.Read Press Release