Supporting all current and future civilian constellations and frequencies, with up to 256 channels and 2 independent RF outputs ,the GSS7000 enables comprehensive testing in all commercial applications.. In addition, the GSS7000 enables users to generate multiple GNSS signals within the same frequency band on a single channel bank. Upgrades can be easily applied in the field and remotely, meaning the GSS7000 can grow with your test needs.
The GSS7000 meets all performance specifications under all test conditions.
The GSS7000 can generate up to 256 concurrent signals whilst maintaining all performance specifications at its maximum SIR (100 Hz).
The GSS7000 is available with 3 levels of software built on Spirent’s positioning application engine. In addition, Single Channel Utility offers the capability to simulate one channel per constellation via either remote commands or the dedicated user interface. Perfect for many production test scenarios.
Spirent’s flagship software platform, SimGEN, is the most powerful tool available to GNSS test and development teams. For more information and a full specification on SimGEN please visit https://www.spirent.com/products/simgen
The GSS7000 is designed to work flawlessly with a number of complementary tools. These include:
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The GSS7000 Series is built on experience gained over more than 30 years of supporting GNSS application development. Our systems offer the proven performance and reliability that our customers demand.
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