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iP-SOlutions, Japan GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo RF simulator
GPS simulator for advanced R&D, equipment testing and education.

Some of the advantages

1. User defined models with ANSI C API.

2. Real-time simulation

3. Can be upgrated on site for GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo for the difference in price.

iP-SOlutions, Japan GNSS, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo multi system, dual frequency RF simulator,recorder,playback
iP-SOlutions, Japan GNSS, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo multi system, dual frequency RF simulator,recorder,playback

The ReGen™ is a control center software for multi-frequency, multi-system GNSS simulator. It is intended for advanced R&D, equipment testing and education.

It also allows off-line simulation of digitized GNSS signal, similar to those recorded from life satellites. The signal can be played back as RF at later time or analysed by MATLAB receiver.

Sreamer software can record and playback single frequency GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou signals on L1,L2 and L3.

GPS GLONASS Galileo BeiDou QZSS recorder to record and playback GNSS RF signals and USB front end for SDR

- Real-time simulation of one of the follows :

single frequency GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo signals.

- Comprehensive simulation models including atmosphere, multipath etc.(see ReGen datasheet)

Versions (see details )

Standard

Professional

Single channel simulator with custom Doppler profile simulation.

Development with API

ANSI C API allows to modify existing or implement custom models for signal simulation .

iP-SOlutions, Japan GNSS, Reference Station Receiver Data Generator allows to generate raw data and then RF signals for up to four locations with spatially correlated models.

Reference Station Receiver Data Generator allows to generate raw data and then RF signals for up to four locations with spatially correlated models. The signals can be played back as RF signals. This option is useful for RTK, VRS or LAAS simulation.

Power control

Real-time between channels 20 dB

Resolution 1 dB

Signal quality

In-band spectral purity less than -30 dBc

Harmonics less than - 35 dBc

Signal bandwidth: 8 MHz (24 MHz for AG)

Connectors

RF IN , RF OUT SMA female,

USB-2 Bi-directional to Host PC

Trigger, 1 PPS IN, OUT Yes

External clock IN, OUT SMA female , 10 MHz.

Power 5 VDC , less then 3 W

Accuracy

Code phase less than±10 cm RMS

Carrier phase less than±5 cm RMS

Time base OCXO option

Aging ±2 ppb/day

Stability ±10 ppb over -20º C to +70º C

Environmental

Operating temperature +10~40℃

Operating humidity 40~90%RH(non-condensing)

Dimensions 200×120×70

Weight w/o control PC less than1 kg

Control software

Windows OS

Ionospheric models

Klobuchar

NeQuick

ionospheric gradient error editor

scintillation simulation

TEC depletion simulation

fault scenarios (FAA CAT-1 LAAS)

Tropospheric models

Saastamoinen

Hopfield

Black

Miscellenious models

step, ramp, acceleration code and carrier errors

orbital parameters (true and broadcast)

navigation message parameters and bits

antenna pattern editor

multipath simulation

Dynamic user simulation

GNSS network simulation

Read our articles on simulation:

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JUST RELEASED: v2016-03-2 See what's new

Registered users can download the latest version of Replicator control software from here:

Drivers (no registration required to download):

* 32-bit driver for Windows

* 64-bit driver for Windows

GPS simulator test with U-Blox GPS receiver:

Replicator screenshot after 4 hour operation:

iP-SOlutions, Japan GNSS, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo multi system, dual frequency RF simulator,recorder,playback Replicator  test with U-Blox GPS receiver

uBlox screenshot after working with Replicator for 4 hours. Less than 50 cm CEP

iP-SOlutions, Japan GNSS, GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo multi system, dual frequency RF simulator,recorder,playback Replicator  test with U-Blox GPS receiver