Changeset 7687 in ntrip for trunk


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    1414&copy;<sup>&nbsp;</sup> 2005-2016 Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), Frankfurt, Germany
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     16ISSN 1436-3445<br>
     17ISBN 978-3-86482-083-0<br><br>
    1618<b>Citation<sup>&nbsp;</sup></b><br>
    1719To help justify funding the development of BNC,<sup>&nbsp;</sup>we kindly ask users to include a citation when applying the software results in a publication. We suggest:
     
    275277<p><h3>1. <a name="genInstruction">General Information</h3></p>
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    277 The BKG Ntrip Client (BNC) is a program for simultaneously retrieving, decoding, converting and processing or analyzing real-time GNSS data streams applying the 'Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol' (Ntrip) standard. It has been developed within the framework of the IAG sub-commission for Europe (EUREF) and the International GNSS Service (IGS). Although meant as a real-time tool, it comes with some post processing functionality. You may like to use it for data coming from Ntrip Broadcasters like
     279The BKG Ntrip Client (BNC) is a program for simultaneously retrieving, decoding, converting and processing or analyzing real-time GNSS data streams applying the 'Networked Transport of RTCM via Internet Protocol' (Ntrip) standard. It has been developed within the framework of the IAG sub-commission for Europe (EUREF) and the International GNSS Service (IGS). Although meant to be a real-time tool, it comes with some post processing functionality. It could be used for data coming from Ntrip Broadcasters like
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    279281<li><u>http://www.euref-ip.net/home</u>,</li>
     
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    319 BNC provides context-sensitive help (<i>What's This</i>) related to specific objects. It furthermore comes with the here presented documentation, available as part of the software and as a PDF file. Responsible for online and offline documentation, example configurations (and till February 2014 the overall BNC policy concept) is Dr. Georg Weber [georg.weber@bkg.bund.de].
     321BNC provides context-sensitive help (<i>What's This</i>) related to specific objects. It furthermore comes with the here presented documentation, available as part of the software and as a PDF file. Responsible for online and offline documentation, example configurations (and untill February 2014 the overall BNC policy concept) is Dr. Georg Weber [georg.weber@bkg.bund.de].
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    329 Note that some figures presented in this documentation may show screenshots from earlier versions of BNC. If so then there is either no relevant change compared to the current appearance of the program or no change at all.
     331Note that some figures presented in this documentation may show screenshots from earlier versions of BNC. If so, then there is either no relevant change compared to the current appearance of the program or no change at all.
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    919 With the advent of Ntrip as open streaming standard, BKG's interest turned towards taking advantage from free real-time access to GNSS observations. NGOs such as the IAG Reference Frame Sub Commissions for Africa (AFREF), Asia & Pacific (APREF), Europe (EUREF), North America (NAREF) Latin America & Caribbean (SIRGAS), and the International GNSS Service (IGS) maintain continental or even global GNSS networks with the majority of modern receivers supporting Ntrip stream upload. Through operating BKG's NtripCaster software, these networks became extremely valuable sources of real-time GNSS information.  In 2005 this was the starting point for developing the 'BKG Ntrip Client' (BNC) as a multi-stream Open Source NtripClient which allows pulling hundreds of streams simultaneously from any number of NtripCaster installations world-wide. Decoding incoming RTCM streams and output observations epoch by epoch through IP port to feed a real-time GNSS network engine became BNC's first and foremost ability. Converting decoded streams to short high-rate RINEX files to assist near real-time applications became a welcome by-product right from the start of this development.
     921With the advent of Ntrip as open streaming standard, BKG's interest turned towards taking advantage from free real-time access to GNSS observations. International Associations such as the IAG Reference Frame Sub Commissions for Africa (AFREF), Asia & Pacific (APREF), Europe (EUREF), North America (NAREF) Latin America & Caribbean (SIRGAS), and the International GNSS Service (IGS) maintain continental or even global GNSS networks with the majority of modern receivers supporting Ntrip stream upload. Through operating BKG's NtripCaster software, these networks became extremely valuable sources of real-time GNSS information.  In 2005 this was the starting point for developing the 'BKG Ntrip Client' (BNC) as a multi-stream Open Source NtripClient which allows pulling hundreds of streams simultaneously from any number of NtripCaster installations world-wide. Decoding incoming RTCM streams and output observations epoch by epoch through IP port to feed a real-time GNSS network engine became BNC's first and foremost ability. Converting decoded streams to short high-rate RINEX files to assist near real-time applications became a welcome by-product right from the start of this development.
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