Get ultimate control with SDX’s powerful API. Easy to use and comprising of over 250 commands, this API brings an unparalleled level of control over the simulation. It allows the user to build highly complex, elaborate and repeatable scenarios. SDX comes with open source client libraries for Python, C# and C++.
Trajectory simulation from the ground up to GEO orbits. The user friendly interface allows you to configure Earth-orbiting spacecraft trajectories, atmospheric models, multiple GNSS constellations and 3D antenna patterns.
Multi-vehicle positioning data can greatly improve GNSS location accuracy. For example, in Real-Time Kinematics (RTK), a rover precise location is computed by using base station position data.
SDX does multi-constellation, multi-signal differential GNSS by synchronizing multiple simulators. For RTK applications, each instance of SDX will simulate the GNSS signals for either vehicle.
For research and mission-critical test labs, SDX offers a complete solution for radiated emissions testing. With the anechoic chamber option enabled, SDX provides accurate simulation of multiple GNSS constellations and user-defined interfering signals, all in real time.
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SDX’s unique architecture delivers the most flexible and powerful GNSS interference testing solution on the market. With the Advanced Jamming module enabled, you can create interference transmitters, assign them signals and trajectories, and watch them interact with the receiver from within the map panel, all in real time. To complete SDX’s use as a interference testing solution, the powerful and easy to use Advanced Jamming Module also enables the creation of custom RF waveforms.
Advanced jamming is completely integrated into SDX. There’s no need for additional and complicated connections with third-party modules. Everything is achieved through the same unique software interface.
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The software-defined nature of SDX enables multiple instances of the GNSS simulator to run on the same –or multiple– computer(s). This feature offers research and test labs interesting possibilities for creating advanced simulation setups.
When synchronizing simulators, parameters such as radio and antenna settings, vehicle trajectories, or interference transmitters can be shared between all instances. For other use cases, SDX users can decide which parameters are automatically synced between connected simulators.
Possible applications of connected simulators include the simulation of: