TAG: CRPA

Increasing the number of antenna elements of the QR design improves the null depth (on average 8–10 dB per antenna element) at the expense of increased circuit complexity, power consumption and antenna size. An average null depth of –70 dB may be possible with a seven-element CRPA antenna. (Image: Quantum Reversal)

New CRPA concept antenna designed

December 10, 2019

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This tongue-in-cheek photo, courtesy of Racelogic, underlines how simulators help GNSS engineers “road test” multiple positioning products in multiple scenarios. (Photo: Racelogic)

Navigating testing options: Simulator innovators map out solutions and trends

October 28, 2019

Anti-Jam antennas use techniques, such as nulling or beam-forming, to mitigate the effects of interfering signals. Image: Orolia

NovAtel defense manager joins anti-jam webinar panel

June 12, 2019

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Anti-Jam antennas use techniques, such as nulling or beam-forming, to mitigate the effects of interfering signals. Image: Orolia

Antennas on the front line of anti-jamming

June 4, 2019

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BroadSim Wavefront Simulator at work. (Image: Talen-X)

Talen-X releases BroadSim Wavefront simulator, nano

February 13, 2019

Image: GPS World

Talen-X’s anechoic chamber simulator generates multi-GNSS signals

February 27, 2018

Photo: CAST

CAST releases GPS wavefront generator

November 1, 2017

Source: GPS World

Spoofing in the Black Sea: What really happened?

October 11, 2017