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Galileo OS SIS ICD V2.0 now Supported by IFEN’s NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator

05. March 2021, admin - Publications Press & Media

 

A new key enhancement to the NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator is comprehensive support of new Galileo OS signal message improvements on E1B. By enabling real-time simulation of the Galileo OS message improvements, the NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator expands a user’s Galileo signal capability.

The NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator will in future also fully support the new Galileo E1B OS-Navigation Message Authentication (OS-NMA) and Galileo E6B High Accuracy Service (HAS) capabilities.

The GNSS simulator enhancements are developed through ESA’s ‘Navigation Innovation and Support Programme’ (NAIVSP) Element 2, within the project ‘STX2G’.

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Dual-RF Output now Supported by IFEN’s NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator

27. July 2020, admin - Publications Press & Media

An enhanced version of its new NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator, a high-end, powerful but easy to use satellite navigation testing and R&D device for a wide range of GNSS applications, with dual-RF output capability will be available soon.

By adding new features to the new NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator, IFEN now provide the most flexible and capable GNSS software defined RF signal generator on the market

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REAL WORLD DIRECTION OF ARRIVAL ESTIMATION AND MITIGATION OF SPOOFING SIGNALS WITH A SYNTHETIC APERTURE ANTENNA

15. December 2016, admin - Publications Press & Media


REAL WORLD DIRECTION OF ARRIVAL ESTIMATION AND MITIGATION OF SPOOFING SIGNALS WITH A SYNTHETIC APERTURE ANTENNA

A contribution to the navitec 2016, ESA-ESTEC, 14-16 December 2016, December 2016

by IFEN GmbH, Igaspin GmbH, Department of Geomatics and ESA/ESTEC.

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MORE THAN WE EVER DREAMED POSSIBLE

01. August 2015, admin - Publications Press & Media

Processor Technology for GNSS Software receiver in the year 2015

Recent increases in computational power can be used to build more efficient GNSS software receivers.  Experimental benchmarks show how well the currently available technology can be exploited for these purposes. A personal computer (maximum number channels greater than 1,000) and an embedded board (maximum number of channels less than 100) are tested under various scenarios, with promising results for future applications. 

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