GNSS Technology and hands-on with SMW200A

Short designation: TR240-2E Product Training


on request
on request
Martin Münchow
UK - English


Would you like to learn something about GPS, Galileo, BeiDou and Glonass? Do you need some theory about these systems and practical examples in order to find a solution for your lab or a production line?


We will start with the basics of satellite navigation by taking a look at GNSS, GBAS and SBAS. That is, we will deal with the theory behind GPS, Glonass, BeiDou and Galileo. We will discuss how to set up a multifrequency test, and I will demonstrate a possible solution using an R&S®SMW200A along with two R&S®SGT. We will generate 144 channels and use four RF outputs. This would allow e.g. multi-antenna tests too. Finally, we will look into remote control of the measuring instruments, including via SCPI commands.

We will use the R&S®SMW200A multipurpose instrument to perform different tasks, e.g. generating Galileo and LTE. I will show how to use the instruments, and you will have the opportunity to operate them yourself. (If you want to use your own DUTs, please consult us beforehand.)

Target Group

  • Engineers, technicians and product managers who need to know about satellite navigation in order to integrate modules or to perform various measurement tasks in their routine work.
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Training location: Munich
  • Language: English

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