The NCS NOVA is IFEN´s newest RF signal generator technology based
on a modular and highly flexible Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform.
This flexibility makes the NCS NOVA the ideal choice for a wide range of test applications.
The NCS NOVA`s full upgradeability makes it a future-proof investment
for the upcoming multi-frequency era in commercial and professional applications.
It is far more than just a GPS/GNSS Simulator!
The new NCS NOVA GNSS Simulator offers the user:
The new NCS TITAN multi-GNSS multi-frequency and multi-RF output simulator,
pushing the boundaries in fidelity, flexibility and scalability
— with the customer proven performance and reliability of the NCS signal simulator series.
The NCS TITAN is putting unrivaled simulation power in the hands of the user.
It offers highly capable hardware and feature rich software with the superior flexibility
to address a wide range of test requirements.
It is easy to use and available in realistically priced packages.
The unique flexibility and outstanding performance of the NCS TITAN GNSS Simulator is beyond the capabilities of any other simulator on the market today. With up to 256 channels and up to 4 RF outputs per chassis, the extra complexity and cost of using additional signal generators or intricate architectures involving several hardware boxes is avoided, improving reliability without compromising on functionality.
Discover the perfect test solution for all types of GNSS applications. The innovative multi-constellation / multi-frequency simulation capability in combination with the multi-RF output option sets new standards in the field of GNSS simulation in terms of fidelity, performance, accuracy and reliability. The NCS Titan GNSS Simulator is designed to deliver maximum flexibility so users are no longer faced with limitations. In-field upgrade capability through RFSIM module plug-in capability and flexible signal SW licensing are the design drivers for the NCS TITAN GNSS Simulator.
It can also be connected to other external hardware or integrated into existing test environments via its Ethernet remote control interface, which offers full flexibility for a wide variety of applications.
With IFEN’s SX3 frontend measurement synchronization between
IF-sample data and external sensor data (as IMU or barometer for example) is possible,
as well as integration of user defined algorithms
within the SX3 application programming interface.
The SX3 Black Edition is a modular Dual-RF Multi-GNSS Software Receiver,
with superior flexibility and performance.
Whether processing the Dual-RF front-end data stream in real-time
or post-processing of IF samples from storage,
the SX3 Black Edition masters them all.
This worldwide unique GNSS Software Receiver
is a powerful research tool. It fully meets some of the most crucial demands
of the GNSS scientific and R&D community.
The graphical user interface is providing easy access to
signal processing configuration properties.
It is giving real-time feedback for important aspects as for example
channel output, correlation function and RF spectrum.
Make use of this unique product that is capable to adapt to all
the multiple requirements of your research objectives.
High performance and flexibility makes our product ideal for
Turning our test expertise into your success with
Flexibility. Scalability. Usability.
IFEN´s flexible software defined Multi-GNSS test receiver solution.
Our primary objective is to provide a high performance and fully flexible test receiver for all types of GNSS systems. Thus, the NavX-NTR fully supports all existing navigation systems. The signal processing is fully flexible. The high performance correlation engine with up to 80 channels is implemented in a powerful set of FPGAs. Signal acquisition and tracking are realized on a high performance embedded ARM Cortex A8.
Supporting up to 4 L-band frequencies in parallel, the NavX-NTR GNSS test receiver supports all current GNSS transmission frequencies. Due to its plug-in design, the RF front-end can easily be customized for special filtering and other frequencies.