Skydel launches updated GNSS simulation tool

By on 12 February, 2019

SDX version 19.1 adds a range of error types to increase simulation accuracy.

Manufacturer of GNSS simulation products, Skydel, has launched the 18th revision of its SDX GNSS simulation software, featuring support for atmospheric errors, SBAS improvements, and GNSS satellite antenna patterns and Galileo AltBOC support.

The company says that adding a new error type for atmospheric errors improves modelling significantly, and these errors can be compensated for with the SBAS corrections features for those users with the SBAS option installed.

The firm also says that user-defined antenna patterns can now be simulated, and applied to any satellites in the constellation being modelled.

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