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Expanding GNSS Testing with Multiple Synchronized Signal Recorders

Authored on: Nov 15, 2012 by Iurie Ilie, Stephane Hamel

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In order to greatly expand recording bandwidth, you can deploy multiple tightly synchronized recorders in the field. Averna studied the example of two RP-5300 recorders (2x50 MHz channels each) that were synchronously inter-connected to form a virtual recorder with total bandwidth of 200 MHz. Read this white paper to learn more about how you can expand GNSS spectrum coverage by capturing RF signals from all GNSS orbiting satellites, then storing and playing the signals back in the lab to accelerate receiver testing.

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