Septentrio’s GeNeRx1 is a GPS/Galileo receiver with 54 channels and multi-frequency. It is used for tracking L1, E5, E5a, E5b and E6 Galileo as well as L1, L2 and L5 GPS signals. Detailed measurements and information are provided for all tracked signals. The unit operates in dual-constellation Galileo-only as well as GPS/Galileo combined modes.
GeNeRx1 has 6 generic channels, each of which tracks pilot and data components of BOC and BPSK signals. These six channels can be assigned to various Galileo and GPS satellites flexibly. In addition, there are 1 AltBOC Galileo channel and 48 GPS channels.
Company encourages use of the GeNeRx1 for evaluation and experimentation with new Galileo signals. Data output for different tracking signals includes carrier phase, pseudorange, Doppler, lock-time, raw navigation symbols, C/No, and navigation pages. Other valuable tools are IF and real-time correlation peak samples.
The receiver complies with Galileo System Test Bed Version satellites. It can be upgraded to the Galileo IOV constellation when it expands.
- Tracks Galileo and GPS satellites in multi-frequency mode
- Supports all Galileo frequencies and modulations
- Intuitive Graphical User Interface
1 for AltBOC Galileo tracking
48 dual-frequency for GPS reception
|Tracking:||L1, E5, E5a, E5b and E6 Galileo signals|
L1, L2 and L5 GPS signals
Modulation types for Galileo signals
Including BOC, QPSK and interplex multiplexing modes
|Ports:||3 serial, 1 full speed USB|
|Size:||235 by 315 by 205 mm|
The GeNeRx1 receiver from Septentrio can be ordered through TerrisGPS. If you would like more information about this receiver, please use the Request Pricing form to get in touch with us.