SGX is a handheld GPS

SGX is a handheld GPS

In 2012 the SGX was introduced. The SGX is a handheld GPS satellite simulator that is based on our existing Virtex-4 FPGA design that is used in our larger military products.  The SGX is capable of generating up to 16 satellites of GPS L1 C/A and P-codes for any...

INS interface card

In 2008 CAST designed and developed our own INS interface card.  This card is based on our experience using the Field Programmable Gate Array technology.  The interface card is very flexible and supports up to four channels of hi-speed RS422/SDLC outputs.  The outputs...

Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)

In 2005 CAST acquired a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology from Raytheon that was developed for the Advanced Global Navigation Simulator (AGNS).  The original design was targeted on an older Virtex-2 FPGA device.  CAST re-designed the FPGA code to run on...

EGI Maintenance Tester (EMT)

In 2003 CAST developed a product that has the capability to test and evaluate an EGI unit either on the flight line or in the back shop.  We called this product line the EGI Maintenance Tester (EMT).  This product line allows the end-user to validate proper operation...

Stanford Telecommunications (STeL)

In 1997 CAST discontinued the use of the Stanford Telecommunications (STeL) GPS signal generators in our products in lieu of a new single board GPS signal generator that was produced by Rockwell Collins.  The “older” STeL configuration required two 10.5 inch high...

Embedded GPS/INS Tester (EGIT)

In 1996 CAST entered into an exclusive arrangement with both Honeywell and Litton (now known as Northrop Grumman) to develop a system that allows for the integration and test of their respective tightly coupled GPS/INS navigation systems (EGI’s).  We called this...