Changeset 7664 in ntrip


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Jan 11, 2016, 11:39:19 AM (4 years ago)
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  • trunk/BNC/src/bncwindow.cpp

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    909909  pppGroup1->setLayout(pppLayout1);
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    911   _pppWidgets._sigmaC1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a sigma for your GNSS C1 code observations in meters.</p><p>The higher the sigma you enter, the less the contribution of C1 code observations to a PPP solution based on a combination of code and phase data. 2.0 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Sigma C1 = 2.0'</p>"));
    912 
    913   _pppWidgets._sigmaL1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a sigma for your GNSS L1 phase observations in meters.</p><p>The higher the sigma you enter, the less the contribution of L1 phase observations to a PPP solutions based on a combination of code and phase data. 0.01 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Sigma L1 = 0.01'</p>"));
    914 
    915   _pppWidgets._maxResC1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a maximum for residuals from C1 code observations in a PPP solution. '3.0' meters may be an appropriate choise for that.</p><p>If the maximum is exceeded, contributions from the corresponding observation will be ignored in the PPP solution.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Max Rex C1 = 3.0'</p>"));
    916 
    917   _pppWidgets._maxResL1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a maximum for residuals from L1 code observations in a PPP solution. '0.03' meters may be an appropriate choise for that.</p><p>If the maximum is exceeded, contributions from the corresponding observation will be ignored in the PPP solution.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Max Rex L1 = 0.03'</p>"));
    918 
    919911  _pppWidgets._eleWgtCode->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tic 'Ele Wgt Code' to use satellite Elevation depending Weights for Code observations in the PPP solution.</p>"));
    920912
    921913  _pppWidgets._eleWgtPhase->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Tic 'Ele Wgt Phase' to use satellite Elevation depending Weights for Phase observations in the PPP solution.</p>"));
    922914
    923   _pppWidgets._minObs->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Minimum Number of Observations per epoch for a PPP solution.</p><p>BNC will only process epochs with observation numbers reaching or exceeding this minimum.</p>"));
    924 
    925   _pppWidgets._minEle->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Minimum satellite Elevation for observations.</p><p>BNC will ignore an observation if the associated Satellite Elevation does not reach or exceed this minimum.</p><p>Selecting '10 deg' may be an appropriate choise in order to avoid too noisy observations.</p>"));
    926 
    927   _pppWidgets._lcGPS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of GPS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of GPS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and the so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and the so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Note that most geodetic receivers support the observation of GPS code and phase data. Hence specifying 'P3&L3' would be a good choice when processing data from such a receiver.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use GPS data.</p>"));
    928 
    929   _pppWidgets._lcGLONASS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of GLONASS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of GLONASS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and the so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and the so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and the so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use GLONASS data.</p>"));
    930 
    931   _pppWidgets._lcGalileo->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of Galileo observations you want to use and on which kind of of ionosphere-free linear combination of Galileo observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and the so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and the so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and the so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying on of these options makes only sense if Galileo data are part ot the processed observation stream.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use Galileo data.</p>"));
    932 
    933   _pppWidgets._lcBDS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of BDS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of BDS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and the so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and the so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and the so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying on of these options makes only sense if BDS data are part ot the processed observation stream.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want to use BDS data.</p>"));
    934915
    935916  QVBoxLayout* pppLayout2 = new QVBoxLayout();
     
    13521333  _pppWidgets._snxtroIntr->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a length for SINEX Troposphere files.</p><p>Default 'SNX TRO interval' for saving SINEX Troposphere files on disk is '1 hour'.</p>"));
    13531334  _pppWidgets._snxtroSampl->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a 'Sampling' rate for saving troposphere paramers.</p><p>Default 'SNX TRO sampling' rate is '0', meaning that all troposphere estimates will be saved on disk.</p>"));
     1335
     1336  // WhatsThis, PPP (3)
     1337  // ------------------
     1338  _pppWidgets._lcGPS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of GPS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of GPS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Note that most geodetic receivers support the observation of GPS code and phase data. Hence specifying 'P3&L3' would be a good choice when processing data from such a receiver.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use GPS data.</p>"));
     1339  _pppWidgets._lcGLONASS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of GLONASS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of GLONASS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use GLONASS data.</p>"));
     1340  _pppWidgets._lcGalileo->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of Galileo observations you want to use and on which kind of of ionosphere-free linear combination of Galileo observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying on of these options makes only sense if Galileo data are part ot the processed observation stream.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want BNC to use Galileo data.</p>"));
     1341  _pppWidgets._lcBDS->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify which kind of BDS observations you want to use and on which kind of ionosphere-free linear combination of BDS observations you want to base ambiguity resolutions.</p><p><ul><li>Specifying 'P3' means that you request BNC to use code data and so-called P3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code observations.</li><li>'L3' means that you request BNC to use phase data and so-called L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of phase observations.</li> <li>'P3&L3' means that you request BNC to use both, code and phase data and so-called P3 and L3 ionosphere-free linear combination of code and phase observations.</li></ul></p><p>Specifying on of these options makes only sense if BDS data are part ot the processed observation stream.</p><p>Specifying 'no' means that you don't want to use BDS data.</p>"));
     1342  _pppWidgets._sigmaC1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a Sigma for GNSS C1 code observations in meters.</p><p>The higher the sigma you enter, the less the contribution of C1 code observations to a PPP solution from combined code and phase data. 2.0 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Sigma C1 = 2.0'</p>"));
     1343  _pppWidgets._sigmaL1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Enter a Sigma for GNSS L1 phase observations in meters.</p><p>The higher the sigma you enter, the less the contribution of L1 phase observations to a PPP solutions from combined code and phase data. 0.01 is likely to be an appropriate choice.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Sigma L1 = 0.01'</p>"));
     1344  _pppWidgets._maxResC1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a maximum for residuals from C1 code observations in a PPP solution. '3.0' meters may be an appropriate choise for that.</p><p>If the maximum is exceeded, contributions from the corresponding observation will be ignored in the PPP solution.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Max Rex C1 = 3.0'</p>"));
     1345  _pppWidgets._maxResL1->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Specify a maximum for residuals from L1 code observations in a PPP solution. '0.03' meters may be an appropriate choise for that.</p><p>If the maximum is exceeded, contributions from the corresponding observation will be ignored in the PPP solution.</p><p>Default is an empty option field, meaning<br>'Max Rex L1 = 0.03'</p>"));
     1346  _pppWidgets._minObs->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Minimum Number of Observations per epoch for a PPP solution.</p><p>BNC will only process epochs with observation numbers reaching or exceeding this minimum.</p>"));
     1347  _pppWidgets._minEle->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>Select a Minimum satellite Elevation for observations.</p><p>BNC will ignore an observation if the associated satellite Elevation does not reach or exceed this minimum.</p><p>Selecting '10 deg' may be an appropriate choise in order to avoid too noisy observations.</p>"));
     1348
     1349  // WhatsThis, Combine Corrections
     1350  // ------------------------------
     1351  _cmbTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC allows to process several orbit and clock corrections streams in real-time to produce, encode, upload and save a combination of correctors coming from various providers. Hit the 'Add Row' button, double click on the 'Mountpoint' field to enter a Broadcast Ephemeris corrections mountpoint from the 'Streams' section below and hit Enter. Then double click on the 'AC Name' field to enter your choice of an abbreviation for the Analysis Center (AC) providing the stream. Finally, double click on the 'Weight' field to enter the weight to be applied for this stream in the combination.</p><p>Note that the orbit information in the final combination stream is just copied from one of the incoming streams. The stream used for providing the orbits may vary over time: if the orbit providing stream has an outage then BNC switches to the next remaining stream for getting hold of the orbit information.</p><p>The combination process requires Broadcast Ephemeris. Besides the orbit and clock corrections stream(s) BNC should therefore pull a stream carrying Broadcast Ephemeris in the form of RTCM Version 3 messages.</p><p>It is possible to specify only one Broadcast Ephemeris corrections stream in the combination table. Instead of combining corrections BNC will then merge them with Broadcast Ephemeris to save results in SP3 and/or Clock RINEX format.</p>"));
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    13621360  _bncFigureLate->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>The individual latency of observations in each incoming stream is shown in the 'Latency' tab. Streams not carrying observations (i.e. those providing only broadcast ephemeris messages) are not considered here. Note that the calculation of correct latencies requires the clock of the host computer to be properly synchronized.</p>"));
    13631361  _bncFigurePPP->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>PPP time series of North (red), East (green) and Up (blue) coordinate components are shown in the 'PPP Plot' tab when the corresponting option is selected above. Values are either referred to an XYZ reference coordinate (if specified) or referred to the first estimated set of coordinate compoments. The sliding PPP time series window covers the period of the latest 5 minutes.</p>"));
    1364 
    1365   _cmbTable->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC allows to process several orbit and clock corrections streams in real-time to produce, encode, upload and save a combination of correctors coming from various providers. Hit the 'Add Row' button, double click on the 'Mountpoint' field to enter a Broadcast Ephemeris corrections mountpoint from the 'Streams' section below and hit Enter. Then double click on the 'AC Name' field to enter your choice of an abbreviation for the Analysis Center (AC) providing the stream. Finally, double click on the 'Weight' field to enter the weight to be applied for this stream in the combination.</p><p>Note that the orbit information in the final combination stream is just copied from one of the incoming streams. The stream used for providing the orbits may vary over time: if the orbit providing stream has an outage then BNC switches to the next remaining stream for getting hold of the orbit information.</p><p>The combination process requires Broadcast Ephemeris. Besides the orbit and clock corrections stream(s) BNC should therefore pull a stream carrying Broadcast Ephemeris in the form of RTCM Version 3 messages.</p><p>It is possible to specify only one Broadcast Ephemeris corrections stream in the combination table. Instead of combining corrections BNC will then merge them with Broadcast Ephemeris to save results in SP3 and/or Clock RINEX format.</p>"));
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    13671363  _cmbMaxresLineEdit->setWhatsThis(tr("<p>BNC combines all incoming clocks according to specified weights. Individual clock estimates that differ by more than 'Maximal Residuum' meters from the average of all clocks will be ignored.<p></p>It is suggested to specify a value of about 0.2 m for the Kalman filter combination approach and a value of about 3.0 meters for the Single-Epoch combination approach.</p><p>Default is a value of '999.0'.</p>"));
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