The U.S. Space Force continues to evolve the GPS enterprise into a more resilient and robust architecture. Join representatives from the Space Systems Command, BAE Systems and Spirent for an update on the GPS and Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE) programs, the latest in military GPS receiver technology, and advancements in emulating high dynamic applications such as space vehicles or hypersonic munitions.
Spirent Federal provides high dynamic positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) testing for the United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V rocket, enabling the generation of high-fidelity simulated trajectories.
For testing PNT systems in a high-dynamics environment, such as rockets, guided munitions and even some UAVs, a realistic reproduction of that environment requires a lot of quick looks. A very great lot. The high speeds, acceleration and jerkiness of the platforms mean that solving simulation discrete models as frequently as possible becomes critical to ensure […]
An unrivaled 2 kHz simulation iteration rate provides GSS9000 users with the ability to improve accuracy of simulated trajectories without compromising performance. This is of particular benefit to military high-dynamic applications, such as space missions and hypersonic or spinning missiles.
LONDON, MARCH 16, 2021 – Spirent Communications plc (LSE:SPT), the world leader in global navigation satellite system (GNSS) testing solutions, today announced the addition of premium enhancements to its GSS9000 Series to further extend its position as the industry’s most precise and realistic GNSS constellation simulator. Among the enhancements, a doubling of the update rate capability means […]