Compliance: Radiating Real RF in GNSS Simulations
Creating “Fixed” GNSS Satellites
The ability to simulate fixed or static satellites is a helpful tool for receiver manufacturers or advanced developers.
Updating NVIDIA Drivers Offline (Ubuntu)
This app note is designed to walk the Skydel Simulation Engine user through the process of update NVIDIA Drivers while offline.
Creating Custom Signals
Describes Skydel’s Custom Signals feature which allows the user to create their own personalized signals and attach them to GNSS satellites.
Real Time Correction Messages (RTCM) Plug-In
This document is an application note for using the Real Time Correction Messages (RTCM) plug-in with the Skydel Simulation Engine.
Configure Satellite Positions Based on User-defined Elevation/Azimuth in Skydel
A Guide for Testers of GPS Devices and Systems
What is the Global Positioning System (GPS)? To understand how to test gps devices, it is first important to understand a little background about the satellite technology itself. GPS is a satellite-based radio navigation system developed and operated by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD). GPS consists of three segments: space, control, and user. The Space Segment consists of a minimum of 24 operational satellites in six circular orbits 20,200 km (10,900 NM) above the earth at an inclination angle of 55 degrees with a 12 hour period. The satellites are spaced in orbit so that at any time a…
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