LabSat Real Time
uses real-time GNSS RF signals to play multiple satellite signals from up to two constellations with a current time stamp.
If you are developing, testing or selling products incorporating GPS, GLONASS or BeiDou engines then you’ll find LabSat RT makes your job quicker, easier and more effective.
By connecting a real-time simulator to your device it allows you to test GPS RF signals with a current time stamp simulated from anywhere in the world. You can test specific trajectories and geographical locations all from your bench, saving you hours in real world testing.
Using LabSat RT gives you realistic carrier to noise levels and signals all in real-time.
By using SatGen v3 software you can define the position, route, speed, date, and time, as well as the number of satellites included in the data stream. It also gives you the ability to vary the individual carrier to noise levels for each satellite, allowing you to control the data being streamed directly into your device.
By using a powerful PC the system can generate GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou L1 signals in single constellation (1 or 2-bit) or dual constellation signals at 1-bit each.
LabSat RT uses SatGen v3 software to create real-time RF signals.
This requires a significant amount of PC processing power.
We recommenend the following PC processors using the Windows 10 (64-bit) operating system.
Single Intel i7-5960X (20M cache, up to 3.5 GHz) extreme processor with 8 cores and 16 threads.
Dual Xeon E5-2660 v3 (25M cache, 2.6 GHz) processors with 20 cores and 40 threads