Skydel BroadSim GNSS Simulation Platform
Revolutionary Software-Defined GNSS Simulator
BroadSim is a revolutionary software-defined GNSS simulator that allows users to model true and spoofed signals, whether they are encrypted or unencrypted.
Powered by our Skydel GNSS simulator engine, Broadsim supports multiple constellations including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou. BroadSim handles a variety of encrypted signal types such as GPS L1/L2, Y, and AES M-Code. MNSA (Modernized Navstar Security Algorithm) is also available, raising testing capabilities to their fullest potential.
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Field Testing Excellence
Field testing GPS receivers to determine their performance and vulnerabilities in degraded or competing environments is standard practice. BroadSim excels due to its integrated GPS receiver allowing for built-in live sky sync, 4 independent RF outputs, and wide dynamic range with up to 0dBm transmit power.
NAVWAR Testing Made Easy
BroadSim is your go-to solution for NAVWAR testing because of how easy it is to use and configure multiple vehicles. Orolia has carefully designed the simulator such that users can easily create true signals using 2 RF outputs and spoofed signals using the other 2 RF outputs. BroadSim’s GUI is intuitive and designed to meet the demands of NAVWAR testing. Seamlessly transition the system into a multi-vehicle simulator through software to rigorously test the performance and vulnerability of your GNSS system.
BroadSim is the first software-defined GNSS simulator on the market to obtain security approval for MNSA (Modernized Navstar Security Algorithm). MNSA M-Code is being rolled out as a required standard across many defense platforms. Engineers and system integrators must consider this in their testing cycles. Orolia Defense & Security is shipping BroadSim MNSA today, having streamlined previously tedious processes and is available with expert support to guide customers every step of the way.
MNSA M-Code Testing in Defense Applications
Field testing GPS receivers to determine their performance and vulnerabilities in degraded or competing environments is standard practice.
Synchronizing Military Operations with BroadSim
An American space company that specialized in the design, manufacture and launch of small- and medium-class space and rocket systems for military customers needed to synchronize multiple simulators at once.
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- All-in-view satellites simulation
- MNSA M-Code
- Advanced Spoofing
- NAVWAR (Navigation Warfare) Testing
- Advanced Jamming
- 1,000 Hz iteration rate
- Low-Latency Hardware-in-the-Loop
- Ultra-High Dynamics
- User-defined waveforms
- Live Sky Time Synchronization
- On-the-fly scenario reconfiguration
- 6 degrees of freedom (DoF) receiver trajectories
- Flexible licensing
- In-field upgradeability
- Simulate hundreds of satellites in real time
- Multi-vehicle simulation
- API (Python, C#, C++, Labview)
- Scalable architecture using software-defined radios
- IQ file generation and playback
- Operating System: Custom Linux for security and performance
- GPS Open: L1-C/A, L1C, L1-P, L2-P, L2C, NavIC L5;
- GPS Encrypted: L1-M-AES, L2-M-AES, L1-MNSA, L2-MNSA
- GLONASS: G1, G2;
- Galileo: E1, E5a, E5b, E6, E6PRS, E6 HAS, E5AltBOC, PRS-Noise, HAS-Noise;
- BeiDou: B1, B2, B1C, B2A;
- QZSS: L1-C/A, L2C, L5
- SBAS: WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN, SDCM
- Custom Signals