11 Reasons not to Test with a GSG 5/6 Simulator
Test with an Orolia A GNSS Signal Generator is a device that is able to create simulated satellite signals and generate real RF signals by first producing I/Q data and calculating the orbits of satellites at a user-defined time, location and trajectory. 5/6 Global navigation satellite system (GNSS): A general term describing any satellite constellation that provides positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) services on a global or regional basis. See also simulator and know for sure. It’s affordable, reliable, easy to use, and it’ll help you avoid making these 11 critical mistakes.
11. You don’t mind if your products catch on fire.
Rule out worst case scenarios no matter what their probability.
10. You don’t mind if your antenna ends up in the wrong place.
A certain phone manufacturer learned this the hard way.
9. You don’t mind if your customers end up in Zambia instead of Zurich.
8.You don’t mind if your design behaves differently in production.
It looks good on paper, so everything should be fine.
7. You don’t mind if your product is recalled.
It’s happened to countless manufacturers.
6.You don’t mind bad online reviews.
Which will be seen by thousands of your customers.
5. You have plenty of liability insurance.
Because hey, what could go wrong?
4. You don’t mind ending up on the 11:00 news.
Because you might, and your company will be scrambling to deal with it.
3. You don’t care how many people you injure.
Because you have all that liability insurance, right?
2. Your receiver is already tested.
And nothing ever goes wrong between design and production, does it?
And the #1 reason …
You have more important things to do than spend your time testing.
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Robyn Kahn Federman develops integrated multichannel marketing programs for Orolia's commercial sector. Prior to joining Orolia, she was Director of Marketing and Communications for a direct and digital marketing agency. She holds an MS in journalism and advertising from the University of Kansas, an MS in sociology from the University of Chicago and is a certified content strategist. Sheri Ascencio has been part of Orolia's marketing team for almost ten years, where she works to promote the company's leadership in Resilient PNT to aerospace, defense, and government customers. Prior to joining Orolia, she specialized in high growth technology start-ups, serving as Vice President of Marketing for several early-stage firms in the aviation, transportation and gaming industries. She holds an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA and a BA from Mills College.