BroadSim is a revolutionary software defined GNSS simulator that allows users to model true and spoofed signals, whether they are encrypted or unencrypted.

Powered by our Skydel GNSS simulator engine, Broadsim supports multiple constellations including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou. BroadSim handles a variety of encrypted signal types such as GPS L1/L2, Y, and AES M-Code. MNSA (Modernized Navstar Security Algorithm) will also soon be available, raising testing capabilities to their fullest potential.

For more information, visit Orolia Defense & Security at OroliaDS.com.


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Software-defined GNSS simulator to support advanced jamming, spoofing and Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR) testing for battlefield readiness.
pdf - 2 MB—  March 11, 2020 [ Permalink ]
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
pdf - 484 KB—  September 27, 2019 [ Permalink ]
As the sophistication of GPS/GNSS spoofing attacks increase, the tools used to test against these threats must also evolve. Software-defined simulators with advanced spoofing scenarios help ensure that critical systems can operate in these environments.
pdf - 2 MB—  May 7, 2020 [ Permalink ]