Alte Gruber Straße 6
85586 Poing, de
+49 (8121) 2238-20
First Units of IFEN's New Multi-Frequency and Multi-GNSS Navigation Software Receiver SX-NSR Shipped to Customers
The new SX-NSR is the first commercially available multi-frequency and multi-GNSS real-time software receiver of the world. The SX-NSR supports all major GNSS (GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and SBAS) in real-time with the NavPort RF front-end. With the integrated barometer sensor and the capability to synchronize with external IMU / magnetic sensor data, also advanced sensor fusion applications are supported.
With a software licensing scheme, GNSS signal capabilities can be unlocked according to the individual needs. The signal processing is highly flexible, being completely implemented in software. With several SW-APIs the user can also insert new customer specific processing functions.
"With this multi-frequency and multi-GNSS real-time software receiver, a flexible and customizable tool is available for the scientific GNSS community", explains Dr. Günter Heinrichs, Head of Customer Applications. "The SX-NSR is an outstanding tool designed for the scientific community, but due to its flexibility open for any other class of applications".
The SX-NSR is the most flexible and capable multi-frequency software receiver for multi-GNSS constellations on the market. The capability to process up to four GNSS RF signals (up to eight with a second NavPort RF front-end synchronized, also enabling dual-antenna applications) simultaneously in real-time makes it an indispensable tool for sophisticated signal analysis, such as the evaluation of ionospheric scintillation monitoring, multipath, reflectrometry and interference. Due to its flexibility, scalability and extendability, the SX-NSR is a 'future-proof-investment' for the coming multi-frequency and multi-GNSS era!
The use of information published here for personal information and editorial processing is generally free of charge. Please clarify any copyright issues with the stated publisher before further use. In the event of publication, please send a specimen copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.