Extended recording plus other new features for LabSat 3 | Enable Images

The latest LabSat 3 update allows the use of 128Gbyte SD cards, giving up to nine hours of high quality RF recording. Also included in the update is the ability to use external USB hard drives and the addition of a serial/USB NMEA output, generated by the internal GPS engine during a replay.

LabSat 3 GPS Simulator

The multi-constellation, stand alone, battery powered GPS/Glonass/Beidou simulator is the most affordable on the market today, and allows for a level of convenience that is unsurpassed thanks to its low price and portability.

Along with SD card recording, LabSat 3 features inbuilt battery power, dual channel recording of GPS/Galileo/QZSS/SBAS, BeiDou, or GLONASS, and logging of other external signals such as CAN and RS2232 – in a small, rugged, and light enclosure.

Existing LabSat 3 customers can get this free update free of charge from here >

To see just how easy it is to use LabSat, take a look at our video here:

The biggest mobile devices show in the world, MWC takes place 24th to 27th February, and we will be there with the new LabSat 3. If you’re planning on attending and would like a demonstration, visit us at booth 7M15.

Is LabSat 3 right for you?

See for yourself how simple LabSat 3 is to use. Arrange a free 14-day-trial now.

Or contact us for further details on sales@labsat.co.uk or via your nearest LabSat distributor.

LabSat 3 is supplied with a free library of pre-recorded and simulated files from around the world, using multiple constellations, allowing it to be used straight out of the box.


LabSat 3 GPS Simulator