GNSS instruments

Thursday, 2 April 2015

Free academic version of iP-Solutions GNSS DIF simulator is bundled with our book from Cambridge University Press.


The simulator can generate GNSS RF signal now.  It also features record and playback functions for GNSS signals on L1,L2 and L5 frequencies.
http://www.ip-solutions.jp/regen.html
http://www.ip-solutions.jp/replicator.html

For more details on the simulator and its comparison with others see Tony Murfin's article in GPS World "What’s New in GNSS Simulation?".Tony Murfin's article in GPS World "What’s New in GNSS Simulation?"

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  2. "Free academic version of iP-Solutions GNSS DIF simulator is bundled with our book from Cambridge University Press" it means instrument freely given foracademic purpose ?. if yes means what is the procedure to get for my research on onosphere

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  3. the software is available on the book page on Cambridge University Press website. Here is the link
    http://www.cambridge.org/gb/academic/subjects/engineering/communications-and-signal-processing/digital-satellite-navigation-and-geophysics-practical-guide-gnss-signal-simulator-and-receiver-laboratory?format=HB&isbn=9780521760546#BXPSvObxMzD4KwDS.97

    mind you it is limited and old version.

    There is also a related YouTube channel
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuoEXF69VWO5biP0cY2PPjA

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