Orolia Defense & Security’s BroadSim was developed to simplify the creation of advanced jamming and spoofing scenarios with Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR) testing in mind. BroadSim supports high dynamics, jamming, spoofing, and encrypted military codes. Powered by Orolia’s Skydel GNSS simulator engine, BroadSim is able to simultaneously simulate multiple constellations including: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou, and QZSS. With high-performing hardware, a robust and innovative software engine, and an intuitive user interface; BroadSim outperforms and exceeds features offered by the competition.
Say So Long to FPGAs
BroadSim is revolutionizing the GNSS industry because of its extraordinary flexibility, low cost, upgradability, and rapid development cycles. Leveraging the Skydel navigation engine and commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) Software-Defined Radios (SDRs), simulation of GNSS signals can be achieved at a fraction the cost of today’s industry standards. The ability to generate military and multi-constellation signals on COTS hardware maximizes scalability, value, and time to market.
Field testing GPS receivers to determine their performance and vulnerabilities in degraded or competing environments is standard practice. BroadSim excels due to its integrated GPS receiver allowing for built-in live sky sync, 4 independent RF outputs, and wide dynamic range with up to 0dBm transmit power.
BroadSim is your go-to solution for NAVWAR testing because of how easy it is to use and configure multiple vehicles. Orolia has carefully designed the simulator such that users can easily create true signals using 2 RF outputs and spoofed signals using the other 2 RF outputs. BroadSim’s GUI is intuitive and designed to meet the demand of NAVWAR testing. Seamlessly transition the system into a multi-vehicle simulator through software to rigorously test the performance and vulnerability of your GNSS system.
An innovative software feature developed for BroadSim is the ability to do ground and space-based emitters. When jamming is required, BroadSim can be configured to allow an unlimited number of jamming signals to be generated on 1 RF output. Engineers can now simulate flight profiles where interference power levels at the UUT dynamically change depending on the scenario motion.