PAIGNTON, England, September 15 /PRNewswire/ --
- Spirent GSS8000, Industry's Most Powerful and Flexible Simulation System Featured at ION GNSS 2008
Spirent Communications plc (LSE: SPT) the leading provider of navigation and positioning test solutions, today announces the first public demonstration of GPS/Galileo/GLONASS simulation system with Spirent GSS8000 (http://www.spirent.com/general/docview.cfm?D=5074) multi-constellation, multi-signal simulator at Institute of Navigation (ION) GNSS 2008 conference. Spirent's new GSS8000 GNSS simulator is a powerful, flexible platform providing solutions for R&D and system and application testing. The GSS8000 supports multi-system, multi constellation GNSS testing with industry leading flexibility, accuracy, and reliability.
Simulators are essential tools for GNSS R&D and system and application developers as they provide controlled, repeatable test signals. The GSS8000 on display from September 17 - 19 at ION GNSS 2008 conference in Savannah, Georgia includes GPS, Galileo and GLONASS signals, plus SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS), combined at one RF output. The same system is also capable of generating signals representing the planned Japanese Quazi Zenith satellite system. Spirent will have GPS, GLONASS and Galileo receivers on their booth and intend to run a series of demonstrations throughout the show.
Representatives from Spirent Communications and Spirent Federal Systems will be at the ION GNSS 2008 show where the Spirent GSS8000 GNSS simulator will be a key focus of Spirent's exhibit. Spirent Federal Systems is the Spirent affiliate responsible for sales of Spirent equipment in the Americas.
Please visit Spirent at booth D at ION GNSS 2008, September 17-19 for a demo or to speak with one of our representatives.
About Spirent's Positioning Technology Division
Spirent is the world's leading provider of GNSS test and simulation systems. In this capacity, Spirent is the first choice of major manufacturers, integrators, test facilities and space agencies worldwide for GNSS testing and simulation solutions. Today, Spirent simulation systems are used throughout the world through a broad range of clients in more than 30 countries across five continents and in over 50 governmental agencies. Spirent delivers navigation and positioning testing equipment and services to all sectors of the navigation and positioning community, from government agencies through to emerging commercial markets (www.spirent.com/positioning).
About Spirent Communications plc
Spirent Communications (www.spirent.com) is a global provider of integrated performance analysis and service assurance systems that enable the development and deployment of next-generation networking technology such as Internet telephony, broadband services, 3G wireless, global navigation satellite systems, and network security equipment. Spirent Communications' solutions are used by more than 1,700 customers in 30 countries, including the world's largest equipment manufacturers, service providers, enterprises and governments. Based in Sunnyvale, CA, Spirent Communications has 1,500 employees worldwide.
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