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Table 4-2: A-GNSS test scenarios
Test Scenario
SCPI
3GPP TS 37.571-2: S6 Signaling ST4
W3GSIGST4
3GPP TS 37.571-1: S6 Performance 1/2/5 ST4
W3GPER1ST4|W3GPER2ST4|W3GPER5ST4
3GPP TS 37.571-2: S7 Signaling ST4
LTESIGST4
3GPP TS 37.571-1: S7 Performance 1/2/5 ST5
LTEPER1ST5|LTEPER2ST5|LTEPER5ST5
Parameters:
<Scenario>
USER | GSMSIG | GSMPER1 | GSMPER2 | GSMPER3 |
W3GSIG | W3GPER1 | W3GPER2 | W3GPER3 | W3G2S |
W3G2M | W3GSIGST4 | W3GPER1ST4 | W3GPER2ST4 |
W3GPER5ST4 | LTESIGST1 | LTESIGST4 | LTEPER1ST1 |
LTEPER1ST5 | LTEPER2ST1 | LTEPER2ST5 | LTEPER5ST1 |
LTEPER5ST5
User
No predefined test scenario is selected.
*RST: 
USER
Example: 
See example "Selecting a predefined test scenario"
on page 158.
Manual operation: See "Test Scenario" on page 59
[:SOURce<hw>]:BB:GLONass:ATSCenario <Scenario>
Selects the file with the predefined A-GLONASS/A-GNSS test scenario.
Table 4-3: A-GLONASS test scenarios
Test Scenario
SCPI
3GPP TS 37.571-2: S6 Signaling ST1
W3GSIGST1
3GPP TS 37.571-1: S6 Performance 1/2/5
W3GPER1ST1|W3GPER2ST1W3GPER5ST1
3GPP TS 37.571-2: S7 Signaling ST2
LTESIGST2
3GPP TS 37.571-1: S7 Performance 1/2/5 ST2
LTEPER1ST2|LTEPER2ST2|LTEPER5ST2
Table 4-4: A-GNSS test scenarios
Test Scenario
SCPI
3GPP TS 37.571-2: S6 Signaling ST4
W3GSIGST4
3GPP TS 37.571-1: S6 Performance 1/2/5 ST4
W3GPER1ST4|W3GPER2ST4|W3GPER5ST4
3GPP TS 37.571-2: S7 Signaling ST4
LTESIGST4
3GPP TS 37.571-1: S7 Performance 1/2/5 ST5
LTEPER1ST5|LTEPER2ST5|LTEPER5ST5
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Parameters:
<Scenario>
USER | W3GSIGST1 | W3GSIGST4 | W3GPER1ST1 |
W3GPER5ST4 | W3GPER5ST1 | W3GPER2ST4 |
W3GPER2ST1 | W3GPER1ST4 | LTESIGST2 | LTESIGST4 |
LTEPER1ST2 | LTEPER1ST5 | LTEPER2ST2 | LTEPER2ST5 |
LTEPER5ST2 | LTEPER5ST5
User
No predefined test scenario is selected.
*RST: 
USER
Manual operation: See "Test Scenario" on page 59
<subsystem>:SETTing:CATalog
[:SOURce<hw>]:BB:BEIDou:SETTing:CATalog?
[:SOURce<hw>]:BB:GALileo:SETTing:CATalog?
[:SOURce<hw>]:BB:GLONass:SETTing:CATalog?
[:SOURce<hw>]:BB:GPS:SETTing:CATalog?
Reads out the files with GPS/Galileo/GLONASS settings in the default directory. The
default directory is set using command MMEM:CDIRectory. Only files with the file
extension .gps, .galileo or respectively .glonass are listed.
Return values: 
<Catalog>
string
Example: 
See example "Save/Recall Files with user settings"
on page 158.
Usage: 
Query only
Manual operation: See "Save/Recall" on page 57
<subsystem>:SETTing:STORe <Filename>
Stores the current settings of the specified GNSS standard into the selected file. The
directory is set using command MMEM:CDIRectory. A path can also be specified, in
which case the files in the specified directory are read. Only the file name has to be
entered. Configurations are stored with the predefined file extension *.gps (for GPS
settings) or *.galileo (for Galileo settings).
Setting parameters: 
<Filename>
string
Example: 
See example "Save/Recall Files with user settings"
on page 158.
Usage: 
Setting only
Manual operation: See "Save/Recall" on page 57
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<subsystem>:SETTing:STORe:FAST <Fast>
Determines whether the instrument performs an absolute or a differential storing of the
settings.
Enable this function to accelerate the saving process by saving only the settings with
values different to the default ones.
Note: This function is not affected by the "Preset" function.
Parameters:
<Fast>
0 | 1 | OFF | ON
*RST: 
1
Manual operation: See "Save/Recall" on page 57
<subsystem>:SETTing:LOAD <Filename>
Loads the selected file with GPS/Galileo/GLONASS settings. The directory is set using
command MMEM:CDIRectory. A path can also be specified, in which case files in the
specified directory are read. Only files with the file extension *.gps, *.galileo or
*.glonass can be loaded.
Setting parameters: 
<Filename>
string
Example: 
See example "Save/Recall Files with user settings"
on page 158.
Usage: 
Setting only
Manual operation: See "Save/Recall" on page 57
<subsystem>:SETTing:DELete <Filename>
Deletes the selected file with GPS or Galileo settings. The directory is set using com-
mand MMEM:CDIRectory. A path can also be specified, in which case files in the
specified directory are deleted. Only files with the file extension .gps or .galileo are
deleted.
Setting parameters: 
<Filename>
string
Example: 
See example "Save/Recall Files with user settings"
on page 158.
Usage: 
Setting only
Manual operation: See "Save/Recall" on page 57
<subsystem>:DURation <Duration>
Determines the duration of the satellite simulation.
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The resulting duration of the simulation is calculated as follow:
Carrier
F
Shift
Doppler
1
Simulation
Satellite
 of
Duration
Simulation
 of
Duration
where F
Carrier
is the frequency selected with the parameter RF Band.
The maximum duration of satellite simulation depends on the Oversampling factor and
the ARB memory size of the connected instrument.
Parameters:
<Duration>
float
Range: 
20.0e-3  to  64
Increment: 20.0e-3
*RST: 
20.0e-3
Example: 
SOUR:BB:GPS:DUR 20
sets 20 ms for the satellite simulation.
Manual operation: See "Duration Of Satellite Simulation" on page 61
<subsystem>:FILTer:OSAMpling <OSampling>
Determines the upsampling factor.
A higher upsampling factor improves the filtering but increases the waveform size pro-
portionally. This leads to limitation for the maximum "Duration Of Satellite Simulation".
Parameters:
<OSampling>
integer
Range: 
 to  32
*RST: 
2
Manual operation: See "Oversampling" on page 61
<subsystem>:WAVeform:CREate <Filename>
(For R&S WinIQSIM2 only)
This command creates a waveform using the current settings of the GNSS dialog. The
file is stored with the predefined file extension *.wv. The file name and the directory it
is stored in are user-definable.
Setting parameters: 
<Filename>
string
Example: 
MMEM:CDIR 'D:\user\waveform
sets the default directory.
BB:GPS:WAV:CRE 'gnss_1'
creates the waveform file gnss_1.wv in the default directory.
Usage: 
Setting only
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Manual operation: See "Generate Waveform File" on page 58
4.3 User Environment, Antenna Pattern and Body Mask
Example: Defining the vehicle type and selectg a *.xvd file
The following example uses the GPS entry standard.
//Query the available vehicle description files and load one of them
SOURce1:BB:GPS:SMODe AUTO
SOURce1:BB:GPS:VEHicle:TYPE PEDestrian
SOURce1:BB:GPS:VEHicle:CATalog:PREDefined?
// Response: Aircraft,Ship,Pedestrian,...
MMEM:CDIR "/var/user/myXVDFiles"
SOURce1:BB:GPS:VEHicle:CATalog:USER? 
// Response: xvd_pedestrian
SOURce1:BB:GPS:VEHicle:FILE "/var/user/myXVDFiles/my_pedestrian"
Example: Selecting an antenna file
The following example uses the GPS entry standard. A user defined antenna pattern
file exist. The file contents are described in chapter A.1.3, "Antenna Pattern / Body
Mask Files", on page 301.
//Query the available antenna pattern files and loads one of them
SOURce1:BB:GPS:SMODe AUTO
SOURce1:BB:GPS:APATtern:CATalog:PREDefined?
// Response: Bus,Car_Small,Isotropic,...
MMEM:CDIR "/var/user/antenna_patterns"
SOURce1:BB:GPS:APATtern:CATalog:USER? 
// Response: ant_pat_3ant
SOURce1:BB:GPS:APATtern:FILE "/var/user/antenna_patterns/ant_pat_3ant"
SOURce1:BB:GPS:APATtern:LIST?
// Response: 1,2,3
// three antennas with antenna IDs 1, 2 and 3 are defined
// select the antenna with antenna ID=2
SOURce1:BB:GPS:APATtern:ID 2
// switch the antenna in real time after elapsing the specified time
SOURce1:BB:GPS:RT:UPDate:ANTenna 12500,1
<subsystem>:VEHicle:CATalog:PREDefined?
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<subsystem>:VEHicle:CATalog:USER?
...........................................................................166
<subsystem>:VEHicle:FILE
.............................................................................................166
<subsystem>:VEHicle:TYPE
...........................................................................................166
<subsystem>:APATtern:CATalog:PREDefined?
................................................................167
<subsystem>:APATtern:CATalog:USER?
.........................................................................167
<subsystem>:APATtern:FILE
..........................................................................................167
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<subsystem>:APATtern:ANTenna:LIST?
..........................................................................167
<subsystem>:APATtern:ANTenna:ID
...............................................................................168
<subsystem>:RT:UPDate:ANTenna
.................................................................................168
<subsystem>:VEHicle:CATalog:PREDefined?
Queries the names of the predefined vehicle description files in the system directory.
Only files with the file extension *.xvd are listed.
Example: 
see example "Defining the vehicle type and selectg a *.xvd file"
on page 165
Usage: 
Query only
Manual operation: See "Vehicle Description File" on page 63
<subsystem>:VEHicle:CATalog:USER?
Queries the names of the user-defined vehicle description files in the default directory.
The default directory is set using command MMEM:CDIRectory. Only files with the file
extension *.xvd are listed.
Example: 
see example "Defining the vehicle type and selectg a *.xvd file"
on page 165
Usage: 
Query only
Manual operation: See "Vehicle Description File" on page 63
<subsystem>:VEHicle:FILE <Filename>
Loads the selected vehicle description file. Use the command MMEM:CDIRectory to
define the directory. Only files with the file extension *.xvd are loaded.
Parameters:
<Filename>
string
Example: 
see example "Defining the vehicle type and selectg a *.xvd file"
on page 165
Manual operation: See "Vehicle Description File" on page 63
<subsystem>:VEHicle:TYPE <Type>
Sets the vehicle type.
Parameters:
<Type>
HIL | SPACecraft | AIRCraft | SHIP | LVEHicle | PEDestrian
HIL, Spacecraft, Aircraft, Ship, Land Vehicle, Pedestrian
Example: 
see example "Defining the vehicle type and selectg a *.xvd file"
on page 165
Manual operation: See "Vehicle Type" on page 63
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<subsystem>:APATtern:CATalog:PREDefined?
Queries the names of the predefined antenna pattern files in the system directory. Only
files with the file extension *.ant_pat are listed.
Example: 
see example "Selecting an antenna file" on page 165
Usage: 
Query only
Options: 
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Manual operation: See "Antenna Pattern/Body Mask File" on page 64
<subsystem>:APATtern:CATalog:USER?
Queries the names of the user-defined antenna pattern files in the default directory.
The default directory is set using command MMEM:CDIRectory. Only files with the file
extension *.ant_pat are listed.
Example: 
see example "Selecting an antenna file" on page 165
Usage: 
Query only
Options: 
R&S SMBV-K102
Manual operation: See "Antenna Pattern/Body Mask File" on page 64
<subsystem>:APATtern:FILE <Filename>
Loads the selected antenna pattern file. Only files with the file extension *.ant_pat
are loaded, see chapter A.1.3, "Antenna Pattern / Body Mask Files", on page 301.
Parameters:
<Filename>
string
Example: 
see example "Selecting an antenna file" on page 165
Options: 
R&S SMBV-K102
Manual operation: See "Antenna Pattern/Body Mask File" on page 64
<subsystem>:APATtern:ANTenna:LIST?
Queries the antenna identifiers <antenna id> specified in the selected *.ant_pat
file.
Return values: 
<List>
<antenna id#1>,<antenna id#2>,<antenna id#2>,<antenna
id#4>
Returns a comma separated list of the used antenna identifiers
(ID).
A maximum of four antennas ca nbe specifed in one file, i.e. the
list contains maximum of four <antenna id>.
Example: 
see example "Selecting an antenna file" on page 165
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Usage: 
Query only
Options: 
R&S SMBV-K102
Manual operation: See "Antenna Pattern/Body Mask File" on page 64
<subsystem>:APATtern:ANTenna:ID <AntennaId>
Selects one particular antenna by its antenna ID. To query the list of all antenna IDs,
use the <subsystem>:​APATtern:​ANTenna:​LIST?​.
Parameters:
<AntennaId>
integer
Range: 
 to  INT_MAX
*RST: 
0
Example: 
see example "Selecting an antenna file" on page 165
Options: 
R&S SMBV-K102
Manual operation: See "Antenna Pattern/Body Mask File" on page 64
<subsystem>:RT:UPDate:ANTenna
Triggers the software to schedule a real time switch of the used antenna at a specific
future time, as specified in the antenna pattern (*.ant_pat) file.
For description of the file format, refer to chapter A.1.3, "Antenna Pattern / Body Mask
Files", on page 301.
The switching is scheduled only if the following rules are respected:
the selected <AntennaId> is specified in the selected antenna pattern file
the SCPI command is sent at least 5 seconds ahead of the execution time speci-
fied with the parameter <ElapsedTime>
● the execution of last successfully scheduled SCPI command
<subsystem>:RT:UPDate:ANTenna is completed
the selected <AntennaId> is different than the currently active antenna:
– different from <AntennaId> specified in the last executed SCPI command
– different from the initially selected <AntennaId>, if this is the first command
Note: The listed prerequisites for correct real time antenna switching are mandatory. If
the SCPI command fails to abide by those rules, it will be ignored.
Parameters:
<ElapsedTime>
float
Elapsed time from the simulation start time at which a switch to
the defined <AntennaId> is performed.
Range: 
 to  99999999
Increment: 0.01
Default unit: s
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<AntennaId>
integer
Use the command <subsystem>:​APATtern:​ANTenna:​
LIST?​ to query the antenna IDs defined in the currently selected
antenna pattern file.
Range: 
 to  100
Increment: 1
Example: 
see example "Selecting an antenna file" on page 165
Usage: 
Event
Options: 
R&S SMBV-K102
Manual operation: See "Antenna Pattern/Body Mask File" on page 64
4.4 Localization Data
Example: Selecting a waypoint file
The following example uses GPS entry standard.
SOURce1:BB:GPS:LOCation:CATalog?
// Response: User Defined,Waypoints,New York,San Francisco,Beijing,Seoul,...
SOURce1:BB:GPS:LOCation:SELect "Waypoints"
SOURce1:MMEM:CAT?'/var/user/Lists/Gnss/Waypoints'
// Response: 583768,52428800000,".,DIR,0","..,DIR,0","3gpp2.txt,ASC,233703",
// "Melbourne.txt,ASC,238949","Melbourne_Movement.txt,ASC,2104
SOURce1:BB:GPS:LOCation:WAYPoints:FILE '/var/user/Lists/Gnss/Waypoints/Melbourne.txt'
SOURce1:BB:GPS:LOCation:WAYPoints:ROMode CYCLic
SOURce1:BB:GPS:LOCation:COORdinates:DECimal?
// Response: 144.966658,-37.816663,100
// Coordinates of the first simulation position defined in the selected file
SOURce1:BB:GPS:LOCation:COORdinates:DMS?
// Response: 44,57,59.970,EAST,37,48,59.987,SOUT,100 
<subsystem>:LOCation:CATalog?
...................................................................................170
<subsystem>:LOCation[:SELect]
.....................................................................................170
<subsystem>:LOCation:WAYPoints:FILE
.........................................................................170
<subsystem>:LOCation:WAYPoints:ROMode
...................................................................171
<subsystem>:LOCation:COORdinates:DECimal
................................................................171
<subsystem>:LOCation:COORdinates:DMS
.....................................................................172
<subsystem>:LOCation:YAW
..........................................................................................173
<subsystem>:LOCation:PITCh
........................................................................................173
<subsystem>:LOCation:ROLL
.........................................................................................173
<subsystem>:LOCation:YAW:FMOTion
............................................................................173
<subsystem>:LOCation:PITCh:FMOTion
..........................................................................173
<subsystem>:LOCation:ROLL:FSPinning
.........................................................................173
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<subsystem>:LOCation:SPIN:RATE
................................................................................174
<subsystem>:LOCation:SPIN:SRoll
.................................................................................174
<subsystem>:LOCation:SMOVement
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<subsystem>:LOCation:CATalog?
Queries the names of the predefined geographic locations.
Example: 
See example "Selecting a waypoint file" on page 169.
Usage: 
Query only
Manual operation: See "Geographic Location/Attitude" on page 69
<subsystem>:LOCation[:SELect] <Location>
Selects the geographic location of the GNSS receiver.
Parameters:
<Location>
"User Defined" | "New York" | "San Francisco" | "Beijing" |
"Seoul" | "Singapore" | "Taipei" | "Tokyo" | "Sydney" | "London" |
"Moscow" | "Munich" | "Paris" | "Waypoints"
User Defined
Enables the definition of the "Latitude", "Longitude" and "Alti-
tude" of the GNSS receiver with fixed position in the ECEF
WGS84 coordinate system.
Waypoints
(requires option GNSS Enhancements R&S SMBV-K92)
Enables defining a moving scenario, i.e. the simulation of a mov-
ing receiver.
"New York" | "San Francisco" | "Beijing" | "Seoul" | "Singa-
pore" | "Taipei" | "Tokyo" | "Sydney" | "London" | "Moscow"
| "Munich" | "Paris"
Selects one of the predefined fixed geographic locations.
The parameters "Latitude", "Longitude" and "Altitude" are set
according to the selected position.
Example: 
See example "Selecting a waypoint file" on page 169.
Manual operation: See "Geographic Location/Attitude" on page 69
<subsystem>:LOCation:WAYPoints:FILE <WayPoints>
Selects a predefind waypoint file. A waypoint file must have the extension .txt,
.nmea or .xtd.
This setting is only available if <subsystem>:​LOCation[:​SELect]​ is set to
Waypoints.
Parameters:
<WayPoints>
string
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