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LabSat 3 Debuted at ION GNSS+ 2013

September 19, 2013

LabSat 3 by RaceLogic © RaceLogic
LabSat 3 by RaceLogic
© RaceLogic

(Nashville, Tenn. September 19) What’s so special about the new LabSat 3? Making its Debue at ION GNSS+ 2013, the new LabSat 3 from RaceLogic is a completely self-contained device — no need for a laptop or PC — for recording and and replaying multiple raw GNSS satellite navigation RF signals.

LabSat 3 is available as a two-channel system capable of recording and replaying raw satellite navigation RF signals including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS and SBAS.

With multi constellation capability and one-touch record and replay, LabSat3 allows developers looking for realistic signal output to record scenarios in the field – measuring only 167mm x 128mm x 43mm, the unit can be easily carried anywhere – for later replay in the laboratory.

Testing and development of new devices can be conducted with total realism and repeatability on the bench. This allows for an accurate assessment of performance in less than ideal signal conditions, without the need to constantly venture into such environments.

Due to its small size, integrated battery, and simple operation, no specialist knowledge is required to operate a LabSat3; and it comes complete with scenarios so that immediate testing can commence.

NavtechGPS was the first U.S. company to demostrate the new LabSat 3. Contact us to schedule your demonstration.

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