If you are developing a program or device that uses satellite GPS data, you definitely need a reliable and stable source of this data. Apparently, you can use an actual GPS receiver, but what if you can’t? For instance, if your office is located in an area with bad or no reception at all, efficient development of a product that relies on accurate GPS coordinates may be quite problematic. Fortunately, there is a solution for this problem that will help you keep working even if no satellite signal is available.
GPS Generator PRO is a software GPS simulator intended for hardware and software developers who need a stable source of realistic GPS data for testing and debugging their products. The program supports the NMEA-0183 protocol and can be efficiently used in locations where no actual GPS signal is available. GPS data generated by the program can be either saved to a file, forwarded to a COM port or broadcast over UDP. You can also use GPS Generator PRO in combination with a null-modem cable or a virtual serial port created by third-party software. Programs and devices working with the NMEA-0183 protocol will recognize the data generated by this tool as authentic GPS data. To make it realistic, you can configure the program to generate data with a certain fraction of CRC errors to simulate real life reception quality.
Supporting Packet, Map and Route operation modes, several output options and an ability to save GPS data as repeatable test scenarios, GPS Generator PRO is an invaluable tool for all kinds of developers working with GPS-enabled products.
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