LabSat 3 Wideband from Racelogic
GNSS Record and Replay with a Recording Bandwidth of up to 56Mhz!
This is the LabSat multi-constellation simulator everyone has been asking for. LabSat continues to establish itself as a reliable, cost-effective, easy to operate system, but now with significantly expanded capabilities — all benchmarks of the LabSat system. LabSat has expanded the LabSat 3 simulator to record and replay bandwidths of up to 56 MHz across ALL constellations. This means that in additions to L1, you can now record, replay and simulate the following (when bundled with the SatGen 3 software):
BANDWIDTH: A 56MHz recording bandwidth at 4 or 6 bit allows for the capture of a wide range of live-sky satellite signals:
- GPS: L1 / L2 / L5
- GLONASS: L1 / L2 / L3
- Galileo: E1 / E1a / E5a / E5b / E6
- BeiDou: B1 / B2 / B3
- SBAS: WAAS, EGNOS, GAGAN, MSAS, SDCM
- QZSS: L1 / L2 / L5
- Wide bandwidth recording at up to 56MHz
- Three frequency sets / channels
- 4 or 6 bit capture
- One touch record and replay
- 1 TB SSD hard drive
- SD card interface
- Internal battery – up to two hours of use
- Standalone operation, or via external control
- Compact form factor; only 1.2kg
APPLICATIONS: LabSat 3 Wideband is suitable for the testing and development of a whole host of products within a wide variety of applications:
- Autonomous vehicles
- Surveying equipment
- Personal monitoring devices
- End of line product testing
SMALL, LIGHTWEIGHT ENCLOSURE
LabSat 3 Wideband is housed in a conveniently small enclosure measuring 167mm x 128mm x 46mm and weighing only 1.2kg, so it can be used to record GNSS signals anywhere. Subsequent replay is entirely realistic to allow for robust product development and testing.
The system is simple to use with one touch record and replay and SSD logging, and no requirement for a connected computer. An inbuilt battery pack gives two hours of use, and a 1 terrabyte solid-state hard drive is supplied as standard.
RECORD AND REPLAY ADDITIONAL SIGNALS
LabSat 3 Wideband can record a range of additional signals, synchronised to the GNSS input: dual-CAN, RS232, and digital inputs are simultaneously captured increasing the level of playback realism and allowing for a wider range of testing. This flexibility means that the development of products incorporating this variety of signal streams can be conducted with absolute convenience on the bench, without the need for costly and time consuming field trials. NMEA data is also recorded via the inbuilt GNSS receiver.
FUTURE-PROOFING YOUR PRODUCTS
With LabSat 3 Wideband, you are able to develop your products and systems ready for new GNSS receivers capable of using the signals likely to start broadcasting within the next few years. With the advent of L2C, L5, and L1C, the next generation of GNSS devices will have increased accuracy and capabilities — LabSat 3 Wideband gives you the opportunity to develop your products to be compatible with new receivers as they come to market.