Sx-NSR from IFEN GmbH - Detail View

Summary

Tool:
Sx-NSR
(Navigation Software Receiver)
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Short Description
Sx-NSR is a commercial multi-GNSS navigation software receiver offering advanced signal processing combined with a powerful quad-band RF-front-end. It supports the GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and SBAS in real-time with the NavPort RF front-end.
Version:
N/A
Category:
[Software receiver]
Conditions of Access:
Buy
Location:
Poing, Germany
(tool location is not fixed)  
Coordinates :
48.1709, 11.8185
Website:
http://www.ifen.com/sx-nsr
Status:
Operational
How to get it:
The Sx-NSR SW receiver is sold as a package with the appropriate "NavPort" front-end by IFEN and its distributors worldwide.
Image:
 

Specifications

Supported GNSS signals:
GPS (SPS)
GPS (PPS)
GLONASS
Galileo (OS, SoL, CS)
 
Supported other signals:
INS
Altimetre
 
Supported frequencies:
L1
L2
L2C
L5
E1/L1
E5a
E5b
E6
 
Target users:
- Technology suppliers, developers, or researchers
- Receiver (module or device) suppliers
- Application, Service, or Terminal suppliers
 
Environment of uses:
Open Sky
Urban
Rural pedestrian user
Rural vehicle user
Fixed user
Aeronautical user
 

Contact

Provider:
IFEN GmbH (IFEN GmbH)
Poing, Germany
www.ifen.com
POC Name:
Mr. Wolfgang Meixner  
POC Email:
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Other Information

Costs:

The price depends on the kind of license required, i.e. the GNSS capabilities requested by the customer. A quotation is made on demand.

 
References:

http://www.ifen.com/content/flyer/SX-NSR_Flyer_July2010.pdf

The SX-NSR is dedicated to customers, looking for a sophisticated, but fully customizable GNSS receiver with transparent processing. It is offering advanced signal processing combined with a powerful quad-band RF-front-end. The major applications for the SX-NSR are:

  • Scientific applications (e.g. GNSS signal reflectometry)
  • Multipath and spoofing signal evaluation
  • Interference monitoring and ionosphere scintillation
  • Weak signal investigation
  • Sensor fusion