Image above: BAE Systems’ hardware-in-the-loop simulation environments build upon Spirent Federal signal generators to test products under extreme dynamic and threat environments In a May 16, 2022, article entitled, “The Transition to M-Code Begins” on GPSWorld.com, Luke Bishop, director and product line engineering lead for Navigation & Sensor Systems at BAE Systems, outlined how BAE […]
CRPAs provide proven and effective protection against jamming in high-interference environments. The Spirent CRPA Test System can simulate 16+ individual elements with a separate RF output per antenna element.
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.
Pleasant Grove, UT, September 22, 2020 – Spirent Federal Systems, the nation’s leading provider of GPS and GNSS simulators, announced today the successful validation of SimMNSA, Spirent Federal’s M-Code simulator with testing capabilities that fully support MNSA-encrypted signals. This testing was performed in collaboration with the US Air Force. Until recently, such sensitive testing required Government […]
Pleasant Grove, UT, September 15, 2020 – Spirent Federal Systems, the nation’s leading provider of GPS and GNSS simulators, announced today the release of SimMNSA 2.0. This release adds advanced scenario controls that enable full recreation of government test vectors while retaining the simple key and fly option of the initial release. Spirent Federal was the […]