GPS Receiver Testing

GPS Receiver Testing


From the airplane pilot operating guiding a Boeing 747, to the everyday consumer using a GPS navigation system in his car, to the hobbyist searching for buried treasure in the forest, GPS technology is quickly becoming integrated into a wide variety of applications. As innovation drives GPS receivers to even better performance, techniques used to characterize performance are becoming increasingly sophisticated as well.


Today, the power of software enables you to create GPS waveforms that accurately emulate the real word signal. In addition, advances in instrument bus technology enable record and playback of live GPS signals with PXI instrumentation.

National Instruments
21 Jul 2008
01 Jan 2006
30 Page(s)
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