What guidance can Orolia provide for radiating GNSS signals into the air? Is an isolation chamber always required or are there acceptable power levels and transmitter/receiver distances that will not cause interference and are FCC compliant?
This is actually an important consideration : Orolia’s GSG GNSS Simulator products meet all required regulations of the FCC and CE Mark for operation as electronic test equipment. However, when using the GSG signal generator with an RF antenna (instead of an RF cable), additional regulations controlling the radiation of GPS-like signals into the air must be taken into account by the user.
Here is a dedicated note for guide.