SatNav Toolbox for MATLAB
GPSoft has applied the power of MATLAB to GNSS. The SatNav Toolbox is a unique collection of M-files which allows for total GNSS system emulation.
The SatNav Toolbox simulates not only satellites and receivers, but also the propagation channels. Error sources such as thermal noise, multipath, aospheric delays and Selective Availability are modeled as an integral part of pseudorange (i.e., code- phase) and integrated Doppler (i.e., carrier-phase) emulation.
Furthermore, the errors are generated such that the proper temporal and spatial decorrelation effects are observed in the measurements. This allows for realistic modeling of both code-phase DGPS and carrier phase DGPS (i.e., kinematic) in addition to the usual stand-alone positioning algorithms.
Version 3 of the SatNav Toolbox adds RINEX (receiver independent exchange format) data file processing to its simulation and analysis power. In addition, many of the demo programs have been updated to include simulation Galileo, WAAS and EGNOS.
- All functions provided as ASCII M-files
- Open architecture
- All functions can be edited and modified by the user
- 40 example programs included
- User manual included
- 1 Year of Free Tech Support provided by GPSoft
Click here for examples of the analyses you can perform with the SatNav Toolbox.
Related GNSS, INS and Kalman Courses
If you work with these MATLAB toolboxes, you may be interested in the following course(s):