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Spirent GSS6425 GNSS Record & Playback Test System

  • Wide range of constellations supported
    • The GSS6425 can record and replay multiple frequencies from all global navigation satellite systems. It can capture GPS L1/L2/L5, GLONASS L1/L2/L3, Beidou-2 B1/B2/B3, Galileo E1/E1a/E5a/E5b/E6, QZSS L1/L2/L5, SBAS signals and services (Terrastar, Omnistar, StarFire).
  • Recreate rich real world environment inside the lab
    • With 2 bit I\Q quantization GSS6425 can easily record complex real-world RF environments, capturing both GNSS signals and atmospheric/interference effects. These environments can then be replayed repeatedly to the hardware or software under test.
  • Test in variety of applications
    • By recording data from external sources (sensor, inertial, CAN bus, up to 4 streams of video) synchronously with GNSS signals, various application areas can be developed or tested with GSS6425.
  • Highly portable and easy to use
    • Self-contained and simple to use, with one-touch recording and no need for an external PC. Can also be controlled over Wi-Fi using laptop, PDA or smartphone. Battery life of 1.5 hours.

Spirent GSS6450 GNSS RF Record & Playback System

  • Built for the most demanding tests
    • The GSS6450 can record any RF in the 100MHz-6,000MHz frequency range - including any current GNSS signal, 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi, and Cellular. With the capability to record at up to 16 bits ‘I’ & 16 bits ‘Q’ and the flexibility to select any 80MHz band within the frequency range, the GSS6450 can be configured to meet your testing requirements - even as they evolve.
  • Record – anytime, anywhere.
    • At 2.2kg the GSS6450 is easily the world’s smallest 16-bit RF record & playback system. It’s compact and light enough to be worn in a bag or over the shoulder – making it perfect for the advanced testing of wearable technology.
  • Upgrade as your needs change
    • The GSS6450 is designed to grow with your test needs. If you start with the base system, it’s easy to upgrade as your test requirements change.