The GSS6450 offers all the flexibility that a modern test lab demands. With quantisation ranging from 2-bit to 16-bit and bandwidth from 10 MHz to 80 MHz, and with all features unlocked in the field via feature keys, the GSS6450 can be tailored to suit your project. Other flexible features include the ability to add up to 80 TB of additional storage, up to 3 independently configurable RF inputs and the ability to record all current civilian GNSS signals.
The performance capabilities and options of the GSS6450 are:
The GSS6450 can record up to 4 concurrent signals through 3 independent RF ports. Constellations available include GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, Beidou, QZSS, and frequencies include L1, L2, L5, B3 and E6. In addition to GNSS, the system also supports WiFi (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz), LTE/cellular signals, CAN and CAN FD, and can record up to 4 high definition video streams. A built-in real-time spectrum analyser and a range of control options give users the visibility and control they need.
The GSS6450 can be configured as either a master or auxiliary unit, meaning it can be used in conjunction with additional units to create large coherent and synchronised configurations.
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